There's an outtake on the deluxe edition of the FROZEN soundtrack in which Anna sings about being "the spare" to Elsa's "heir." "More Than Just a Spare" apparently spawned from one of the many early versions of the film that was thankfully aborted. The prophecy seemed a little cheap as a plot [But wait, there’s more!]
This is my last FROZEN update... I swear, maybe? Probably not. Go look at this series over at My hidden happy place. These panels are so cute and more than a little sad. Try to forget that someone is probably using them to get off on the idea of Elsa and Anna as sibling lovers. Anyway, good job [But wait, there’s more!]
I tried my hand at making an animated gif using the scene where young Anna goes all drama queen on top of Elsa as she tries to sleep. I imagine you would use this to express or criticize false victimhood. More below the break.
Xmas swag. Khaleesi done up Disney princess style. My new favorite T-shirt. Mother of Dragons, indeed.
Someone was kind enough to send me the art book for one of my favorite films this year, Disney's FROZEN. Man, it was just such an emotionally powerful film and I credit the art with at least 60% of that. If you haven't seen the film yet, I may end up spoiling large chunks of it so proceed with [But wait, there’s more!]
The message, delivered by the generically British woman who sounds like my GPS, is clear, "It's up to you to make the future," because Disney is done dreaming for you lazy assholes. And now we don't even have Jeremy Irons, who was a step down from Walter Kronkite, to deliver the doomsaying. [But wait, there’s more!]
Even the title of Pixar's Up is a risk. Just one, single syllable word and one predominantly used as an adverb at that? Preposterous! Like 2008's Wall-e, which was dialogue free for a good 45 minutes into its runtime, Up dares to start its adventure story on a complete downer. The movie opens by [But wait, there’s more!]