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Fresh Frozen 2 trailer questions Elsas abilities and no we cant let it go

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The latest trailer for upcoming epic Frozen 2 has hinted at more of a backstory of Elsas mystical powers, as we were blessed with fresh content today.

Even though we still know little about the larger plot than whats already been revealed, it seems were diving into Elsas story more so as the recent clip hit the internet on Tuesday.

Riffing on the previous teaser released earlier this year that saw Elsa run up an ice-wave after using her powers to petrify it solid, the whole vibe is a littler darker than the first flick.

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Were not getting too many musical cues just yet, even though we know there will be singing, so much singing, as the only hint as to the tone came from Grand Pabbie.

As Elsa and Anna venture outside Arendelle with their trusty Olaf and Kristoff in tow, the wise troll said: We have always feared that Elsas powers were too much for this world.

Now, we must hope they are enough.

Frozen 2 trailer with Elsa

Elsas powers may be explored more so (Picture: Disney)

Frozen 2 trailer with Elsa

Theres some sort of icy, underwater horse (Picture: Disney)

Ominous.

The cool crew are then seeing travelling north, across the enchanted lands, as they battle some unknown force risking their homeland.

The imagery looks as stunning as ever, as the viewer travels through seasons and situations within the lifelike animation. Complete with an icy horse that we really need to know more about.

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Baby Elsa! (Picture: Disney)

Frozen 2 trailer with Anna and elsa

Olaf returns (Picture: Disney)

Because everyone loves a ghostly, icy horse to whet the plot whistle and were already anticipating a box office dash.

For those needing a little refresher ahead of this round, the first flick Frozen was released in 2013 and told the story of Princess Anna, who, with the help of an iceman, a reindeer and a snowman, sets off to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped their kingdom in an eternal winter.

The animated film was a massive hit, becoming the highest grossing animated film of all time and winning two Oscars, for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song for Let It Go.

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And, of course, it drove millions of parents crazy thanks to Let It Go being played on a loop for about five years, until Baby Shark came along.

Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell return as Elsa and Anna respectively, as with the first venture into Frozen land, with Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad voicing Kristoff and Olaf the snowman again.

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James Bonds still got the moves as Daniel Craig plants kiss on Lea Seydoux in intimate No Time To Die scene

Well this is all very g-rated (Picture: The Mega Agency)
In what is expected to be his final outing ..

Well this is all very g-rated (Picture: The Mega Agency)

In what is expected to be his final outing at 007, Daniel Craig has been seen planting a rather polite kiss on co-star Lea Seydoux as they continue filming the latest James Bond film, No Time To Die.

Polite for James Bond, anyway – but wheres the passion weve come to love?

As production steamrolls ahead in Italy on the 25th offering of the titular character – directed by Cary Fukunaga – the actors were seen getting to grips with one another in an intimate scene shot over the weekend.

Dressed casually, Lea (who plays Dr Madeleine Swann) wore a red and white sundress, while Daniel went cool and collected in a blue jacket and trousers, as they kissed on stone steps.

The 007 actor placed a hand on his co-stars shoulders, as they locked lips.

But with the character known for his passion and steamy embraces with the women of Bond, its a little G-rated, we have to say.

Daniel Craig shares a kiss and embrace with French co-star Lea Seydoux
The two shared a laugh during scenes (Picture: The Mega Agency)

While many have been left wondering whether the hiring of Fleabags Phoebe-Waller Bridge might bring an end to the arguably womanising ways of the spy, shes insisted thats not the case.

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Hes just evolving.

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Daniel was covered in blood last week (Picture: MEGA)

It has just got to evolve, and the important thing is that the film treats the women properly. He doesnt have to, she previously said of the character, after being hired to work on the script.

He needs to be true to this character.

Last week Daniel was seen on set sporting a blood-splattered face, hinting old mate Bond is still getting himself into the wars, despite retiring to Jamaica at the end of the last film, Spectre. Hes definitely not living the quieter life, by the look of things.

The 51-year-old is helming the flick and looked cool as a cucumber as he emerged on set, with a pair of black sunglasses and his hands on his hips.

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He was later seen blowing up graves in further explosive scenes, only piquing our interest to the next instalment even more.

Bring on next year, we say!

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Jojo Rabbits Taika Waititi & Cast On Making An Anti-Hate Satire In Current Political Climate – Toronto Studio

“Nazis werent cool when I wrote it,” joked Jojo Rabbit filmmaker Taika Waititi about making and rele..

“Nazis werent cool when I wrote it,” joked Jojo Rabbit filmmaker Taika Waititi about making and releasing his Adolf Hitler comedy in the current divided political climate, one where white supremacists have become some of President Donald Trumps more ardent supporters.

“People werent into this sh*t when I wrote it, and now its just developed and suddenly weirdly relevant,” says Waititi, who was first turned on to Christine Leunens novel Caging Skies by his mother some years ago.

The film follows a young German boy, Jojo Betzler (Roman Griffin Davis), who is a devotee of the Hitler youth, so much that his imaginary friend is a funny Fuhrer (Waititi). Jojos mother, Rosie (Scarlett Johansson), is harboring a Jewish fugitive (Thomasin McKenzie) which challenges the boys brainwashed beliefs.

No, Jojo Rabbit isnt Oliver Hirschbiegels Downfall. Its a movie about finding humanity in chaos, and the decimation of stereotypes, with Waititis sense of humor woven in. Critics were divided coming out of TIFF, believing that Waititi was joking too close to the fire, but festival audiences disagreed today, bestowing their Oscar Best Picture bellwether, the Grolsch Peoples Choice Award, upon Jojo Rabbit; an award won by such films as Green Book, The Kings Speech, 12 Years a Slave and American Beauty which found themselves months later with awards seasons top prize.

As Deadlines awards guru Pete Hammond reported, the reception for Jojo Rabbit at it TIFF world premiere was rapturous. Word of mouth will be this pics best friend when it opens limited from Fox Searchlight (under its new parent Disney) on October 18.

Says McKenzie on how Jojo Rabbit organically wags a finger at the current climate, “That happens quite a lot, I find, where films come out and they weirdly reflect or are like a mirror to whats actually going on in the real world. Which is why, for me, film is such an important medium. Because people are able to see things from a different perspective, and think about them in a different way. So in that kind of way, film is such an amazing piece of magic or treasure that is really valuable.”

When it comes to playing Hitler, Waititi says, “I didnt feel that uncomfortable, other than having to see myself in a mirror. But apart from that, I donRead More – Source

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Phyllis Newman Dies: Tony-Winning Broadway Legend Was 86

Phyllis Newman, known for her Tony Award-winning role as the bath towel-clad Martha Vail in the musi..

Phyllis Newman, known for her Tony Award-winning role as the bath towel-clad Martha Vail in the musical Subways Are for Sleeping, has died. The star of stage and screen was 86.

The news was announced by her son Adam Green, a theater critic for Vogue, via Twitter. “My sister @amanda_green and I had to say goodbye to our beautiful mother today,” he tweeted. “Ill miss her more than I can say.”

In addition to Subways Are for Sleeping, Newman appeared in numerous Broadway productions including Bells Are Ringing, The Apple Tree, On the Town, The Prisoner of Second Avenue, Awake and Sing, Wish You Were Here and First Impressions. She also had her one-woman musical The Madwoman of Central Park West which was co-written by her and Arthur Laurents. She also received a Tony nom for her performance in Neil Simons Broadway Bound.

She received a Drama Desk nomination for her starring performance in the Off Broadway production of James Lapines The Moment When… Her other Off Broadway credits include Nicky Silvers The Food Chain, the Naked Angels production of Shyster as well as the revival of A Majority of One.

She had multiple appearances on the Ed Sullivan Show and was the first woman to host The Johnny Carson Show. Her other TV credits include 100 Centre Street, Oz, Murder, She Wrote, thirtysomething and The Jury.

On the film side, she appeared in numerous features including The Human Stain, It Had To Be You, For the Time Being, Fish in the Bathtub, A Price Above Rubies, The Beautician and the Beast, Only You, ManneqRead More – Source

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