If you have children under a certain age, then you’ve likely seen Frozen more times than you can count. You probably also know all of the lyrics to “Let It Go,” which, at first, you appreciated for its defiant lyrics, but now you’ve come to truly loathe that dumb song. And maybe you’d like to have a word or two with…
Target is being applauded for featuring a little girl with disabilities dressed as Elsa from Frozen. The retailer’s most recent weekly advertisement shows various ideas for children’s Halloween costumes and among them is a little girl with arm crutches and leg braces modeling the Disney character’s light blue dress.
China’s just been awarded the 2022 winter Olympics, but the country’s government can’t start celebrating yet. Despite the many reasons that activists have given for the games not to be held in China—there’s no snow and the country’s an oppressive human rights nightmare—the biggest issue might be that one of China’s…
The pretty and fragile victim trope continues to dominate the American box office (Maleficent, Frozen) this time with Cinderella. The Disney movie brought in $23 Million on Friday and is expected to complete the weekend with $70 million. Cinderella's budget was $95 million, so looks like the execs about to get theirs…
Disney has announced that a Frozen 2 film is a go, thus ensuring that Frozen madness will never end and an entire generation of children of global warming will recall fondly shared childhood memories of watching a movie about the extreme cold.
Kids around America are still shrieking the lyrics to "Let It Go" at ear-splitting volumes. But could Frozen be harming our most precious national resource—young men?
Adm. Robert Papp, the State Department's special representative for the Arctic, had a slippery time trying to convince Disney to feature characters from Frozen in a climate change PSA project.
An unlicensed game app featuring characters from Disney's Frozen allows you to perform a Cesarean section on Anna. Because that's exactly what you wanted to do after you saw Frozen, right?
This adorable little boy is probably the world's biggest Frozen fan and he is not afraid to show his love for the movie's signature song.
A man in Wisconsin built a replica of Olaf the Snowman from Frozen for his grandson, because he is living in a Garrison Keillor novel or something.
When this little girl asked for a Frozen doll for Christmas, she probably did not expect the possibility of getting a doll frozen in a block of ice. CLASSIC MISTAKE. She only has herself to blame. I mean, can anyone really blame her ingenious jokester father who pulled the most epic Frozen-related fast one? I only…
In a development that shocks absolutely no one, Americans bought an absolute crapload of Frozen paraphernalia for Christmas, from Elsa dolls to branded duct tape. Yes, you read that right. Frozen-branded duct tape exists.
Want to hear the full version of Lea Michele singing "Let It Go" on Glee? Oh, you do? I was being kind of sarcastic, but—uh—here it is, I guess.
The final season of Glee premieres on Jan. 9 and there's now a promo video featuring Lea Michele belting "Let It Go," a choice that's apropos and annoying at the same time. According to this 20-second teaser, Rachel and Kurt are back at McKinley to revive the Glee Club, but Sue's gonna give them hell.
Elsa is a kitten who was found on the streets of Denver, at death's door and practically frozen through. (Hence her name.) But today she's healthy, happy and newly settled into a permanent home.
Philosophers, religious experts, scientists and drunk people on Twitter have pondered the meaning of life for eons. Why are we here? What is this world all about. I can tell you finally, because I am the only one who has figured it out. The meaning of life, the great mystery of why we exist, is for one reason and one…
Run as fast as you can, but you'll never escape the icy hand of Frozen. It'll just chase you down the street like the scientifically improbable cold snap in The Day After Tomorrow.
This year, Barbie won't be the most popular holiday gift for the little girls of America. Nope, she's been shoved off the winner's podium by those spotlight-stealing bitches from Frozen.
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