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Frozen 2: Josh Gad has already started to voice Olaf

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Frozen 2, the sequel to the famous Disney animated film, continues its development. Josh Gad, the actor who is the voiceover for the endearing Olaf, has published on his Twitter account that he has already gotten himself into the sound studio. ” It’s a joy to return to the studio five years after this trip began.

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Frozen premiered on November 29, 2013, the same studio has continued to launch projects related to the history of Anna and Elsa for the fans enjoy.

A few months ago, producer Peter of Vecho stated that they were excited about the writing of the new script: The most exciting thing is that it seems that we are building the first movie again. You will understand many things about the first story after seeing this new adventure  

This snowman short film, titled Frozen: An Adventure by Olaf, lasts 21 minutes and includes four original songs. Olaf will be accompanied by the mythical personages of the movie like Anna, Elsa, and Kristoff. For many, the piece directed by Kevin Deters and Stevie Wermers-Skelton is an advance of the new Frozen, whose screening is indicated for the 27 of November of 2019 in the USA.

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10 David Hasselhoff’s Crazy Cameos on Movie and TV

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 10 unforgettable Cameos by David Hasselhoff, an actor who does not really take himself seriously.

 

Not even hurt ! (Dodgeball) (2004)

 

The Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (2017)

 

SpongeBob – The Movie (2004)

 

Arnold and Willy season 6 episodes 16 and 17 (1983)

 

A Dirty Shame (2004)

 

Hop (2010)

 

Baywatch – Alert to Malibu (2017)

 

Piranha 3D 2 (2011)

 

Sons of Anarchy season 4 episode 5 (2011)

 

“Sorry For Party Rocking” – LMFAO clip (2011)

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Ben Affleck admits that some critics against Batman V Superman are justified

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In an interview with Empire, Ben Affleck said he understood the critics considering “Batman V Superman” too dark while promising that “Justice League” would be a very different movie in terms of tone.

No pity for Batman VS Superman. Since its release in theaters in March 2016, Zach Snyder’s ” All-Star Game” between the great superheroes of DC has suffered from multiple attacks and bad reviews, coming from both the press and of the public. While continuing in parallel a very beautiful career at the box office, the film, judged too dark, too serious and sometimes incoherent, put off many fans.

For his part,  Ben Affleck has also several times expressed his opinion on the movie, but to bring the qualities and to qualify, rightly, as the biggest success in his career. “During a junket, he had had the misfortune to let Henry Cavill defend the film when the subject of the critics had been approached, sporting a sad and almost desperate face that had then been transformed into a meme on the Internet.

But, apart from that, the actor had, up to now, not really given reason to the slayers of his film. In the pages of Empire, which this month devoted a special issue to  Justice League, the next DC Universe

” I can understand why people say that [the movie] was too dark or that it was not in the tone of what they used to see in a Batman story. is a fair criticism.

Justice League, which will bring together Batman and Wonder Woman around the superhero league, should have a lighter tone, in line with Wonder Woman. According to Affleck, this change of tone was not decided after the bashing suffered by Batman V Superman but was a fair evolution of things, planned from the start:

” It was already in the script and installed before [Batman V Superman] went out.” The approach had to change for the second movie anyway, it was part of a natural progression (…)  Zack Snyder wanted to do a film that is more fun, lighter and not overloaded with too heavy melodrama. “

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Batman gathers his warriors in Justice League’s first TV commercial

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A few days after the trailer,   “Justice League” TV commercial sees Batman gathering his warriors for the titanic battle that awaits them. The film will be released in theaters next November!

Enemies are coming, I need warriors!” This is the rallying cry of Bruce Wayne in the Justice League TV commercial, where Batman’s alter-ego harangues his troops, composed of Wonder Woman, Aquaman,  Flash, and Cyborg.

After the death of Superman, fatally wounded in his battle against Doomsday, the Black Knight set out to compose the Justice League, an alliance of superheroes capable of defending the Earth against any threat. And the first enemy to confront this shock team is none other than the redoubtable Steppenwolf, an immortal God endowed with many destructive powers.

Directed by Zack Snyder, with the support of Joss Whedon, Justice League will be released in theaters November 17th.

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