The all-new sing-along version of Disney’s Oscar-nominated, Golden Globe-winning big-screen adventure, Frozen, hits over 2,000 select theaters nationwide TODAY! But if the anticipation is getting to you and you can’t wait another minute, check out the sneak peek sing-along clip of the Frozen original song, “Let It Go.”
Jumping on the opportunity for families to get together and have some fun with the original songs from the movie, the sing-along version of Frozen features on-screen lyrics and a magical bouncing snowflake.
The duration of the Frozen sing-along will vary by theater, so be sure to check your local listings for theaters and showtimes, or look up theaters and purchase movie tickets online at Fandango or MovieTickets.com.
For even more Frozen fun, check out Disney.com/Frozen, like Frozen on Facebook at Facebook.com/DisneyFrozen, and follow on Twitter at Twitter.com/DisneyAnimation.
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Who else is always taking pictures, but never getting around to printing them out and putting them in frames? It seems that ever since digital cameras came into our lives and became accessible to most everyone, that framed, candid family photos are appearing less and less in most of our homes, while being front-and-center on… Read More »
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The response to Disney’s Frozen has been amazing, and pretty epic. With its wide release on November 27th, Frozen wasn’t just the largest opening ever for a Walt Disney Animation Studios film, it also posted the No. 1 all-time Thanksgiving debut of all movies ever released on Thanksgiving day. The film’s soundtrack was also No…. Read More »
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A few months ago, my fiance and I brought in two kittens who had been born under our shed this past summer and living in our backyard ever since. When winter started to settle in and temperatures began to be consistently frigid, and their mama cat took off for more than a week, we couldn’t bear to see them outside anymore, so they found a new home here with us. This brings our total number of furry feline family members to a whopping five. Yes, five.
While they didn’t get their own special introductory post like Sylvia did when she joined our family in June, I did mention our new kittens, who I named Sid and Nancy, in our best of 2013 roundup.
Sid started 2014 off with a whole new way of life. Early this month he was neutered, and after a particularly traumatic experience for him (after going to the vet twice for his exam, blood work, and shots he knew what being in the pet carrier meant and threw up and urinated all over himself on the way there) he came home to Nancy and Sylvia wanting to cuddle and comfort him.
The picture above was taken after Sid got home from the vet, the only one awake (doesn’t he look thrilled?) in the middle of a Nancy and Sylvia nap sandwich.