Posts tagged "frozen"

“Frozen 2″ Is Definitely Happening

Not that anyone didn’t know that already, but now it’s official. [People]
Kanye talked to Complex about racism. [Complex]
The reason for this waitress’s hefty tip has me welling up. [People]
Is “Dynasty” star Joan Collins’ makeup line as royal as she claims? This writer tried it! [YouBeauty]
Kerry Washingto…

By: Claire Hannum / March 12, 2015

Fox Fears “Frozen” Is “Empowering Girls” By Portraying Dudes As “Evil And Cold”

“Fox And Friends” host Steve Doocy is clutching his pearls (okay maybe his cufflinks) over what he calls “The Frozen Effect,” which — gasp — makes girls feel good about themselves. Penny Nance, president of the PAC Concerned Women for America (who semi-defensively let us know immediately upon first speaking on camera that being a…

By: Claire Hannum / February 4, 2015

Everyone You Know Is Picking Baby Names From “Frozen” & “The Hunger Games” For 2015

People have been naming their babies after popular film, television, and pop culture figures for years, but some of those baby name trends are better than others. For example, when everybody started naming their kids “Bella” and “Edward” and “Wolfman McAbs” after Twilight‘s leads, many of us rolled our eyes. But this year, things are awesome: people…

By: The Gloss / December 5, 2014

This Little Girl’s Ode To Pooping Is The Only “Let It Go” Parody You Need To Watch

If you had asked me a few seconds ago, “Amelia, would you be interested in hearing yet another ‘Let It Go’ parody?” I would have given you a death glare and reconsidered our friendship. Luckily, I did watch yet another “Let It Go” parody and it was this one, the earworm-y song brilliantly reimagined by…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / October 3, 2014

Watch Kristen Wiig & Ellen Bring You The One And Only “Frozen” Cover Worth Seeing

“Frozen” overload seems to have peaked sometime over the summer, and by now about a thousand mediocre covers of “Let It Go” have shoved their way into our lives, but this one is too awesome to ignore. Both Kristen Wiig and Ellen claim not to know the words to the song, but that doesn’t sto…

By: Claire Hannum / September 16, 2014

I’m Dying: Pearl Jam Played “Let It Go” From “Frozen” At A Concert In Italy

I have a couple of friends with kids who incessantly want to listen to that song “Let It Go” from “Frozen” and usually I feel sorry for them. But today I am feeling envious, because as a child of the ’90s, Pearl Jam is my favorite band of all time and they just performed “Let…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / June 22, 2014

“Let It Go(T)” Is The “Frozen”/”Game Of Thrones” Mashup You Didn’t Know You Needed

I have yet to see “Frozen,” but that damn “Let It Go” song is inescapable. I was on the verge of totally hating it, but then I saw this “Game of Thrones”/”Frozen” mashup, with lyrics like “Who’s the hero on this show? / Tyrion? That new guy? Even book readers don’t know,” and I had a…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 19, 2014

This Guy Can Sing “Let It Go” In The Voice of 21 Different Disney Characters

When 22-year-old Brian Hull heard about a gift card contest that asked competitors to contribute their own cover of the song  “Let It Go” from “Frozen,” he got to work on recording one — in the voices of 21 different Disney and Pixar characters. The vocal performance major at Dallas Baptist University brings the voice…

By: Claire Hannum / March 18, 2014

Parents Lip Sync “Frozen” Song Perfectly; Daughter Remains Unimpressed

If your life involves kids in any way, then you’ve probably had the “Frozen” soundtrack on constant repeat in the car, at home, on the computer, and even in your head. (Is “Let It Go” actually playing out loud right now, or does it just exist on permanent loop in your brain? You may never…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / March 12, 2014

Trailer Park: “Dear John,” “From Paris, With Love,” “Frozen”

It’s the first weekend of February, and Punxsutawney Phil totally saw his shadow again, which means we’ve got another six weeks of winter on our hands. Unless, like the National Climatic Data Center, you believe Groundhog Day is hogwash. (The party poopers say Phil’s accuracy is 39 percent). Either way, it’s cold as hell out…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / February 5, 2010