Saturday, February 1, 2014

'Frozen' news roundup

Ten weeks after its nationwide release, "Frozen" is still on everyone's minds -- and not just because nobody can get "Let it Go" out of their heads.

The movie has made more than $800 million worldwide, and Disney has done a masterful marketing campaign, including releasing a sing-along version of the movie in theaters and a multi-lingual version of "Let it Go" online.

Here's a roundup of recent "Frozen" news:

Sing-along "Frozen" in theaters now: The hit movie will be back near the top at the box office this weekend with a sing-along version.

See "Let it Go" sung in 25 languages: Because you just can't get enough.

"Frozen" suite is open at the only ice hotel in North America: Head to Quebec to visit an all-ice replica of Anna and Elsa's bedrooms.

"Frozen" writer goes for the EGOT: One of the five songs in the running for the Best Original Song Oscar was knocked out of the competition this week, putting "Frozen" writer Robert Lopez a tiny bit step closer to having one of each of the big four awards on his mantle.

"Frozen" heading for the stage, Disney CEO confirms: He doesn't say "Broadway," but you know he's thinking it.

The tip of the iceberg of "Frozen" merchandise: Disney hit the jackpot with this movie in more ways than one. But merchandising is a big one.

Disney puts Olaf's summer song online: Just imagine how much cooler you'll be in summer.

"Frozen" jewelry line is released: Ice and Nordic flowers in crystal and gold evoke the world of "Frozen" in this line of jewelry from VSA designs.

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