From “Let It Go” to “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” to “Some People Are Worth Melting For,” Disney’s 2013 animated blockbuster, Frozen, provided fans with many memorable lines to cherish. And Frozen 2, its just as successful and beautifully animated sequel, is no different.
Game of Thrones is the perfect example of an epic fantasy saga that started life as a bestselling novel series before being adapted into a television series. The fact that the HBO medieval drama went on to become the most watched and awarded television show of all time is arguably why a slew of fantasy book-to-TV adaptations are coming our way, including The Witcher, Shadow and Bone, and His Dark Materials.
A visual spectacular filled with exhilarating action, funny antics, and heartfelt moments, it is easy to see why Chinese animation hit, Ne Zha, has propelled to become China’s second highest-grossing film ever, and its highest-grossing animated film of all-time. To date, it has earned more than US $700 million in the Middle Kingdom alone.
After years of speculation, Scottish actor Ewan McGregor finally confirmed that he will be reprising his Star Wars role as Obi-Wan Kenobi for a new Disney Plus TV series that centers around the legendary Jedi.
If you are an animation fan, Netflix is a great place to search for a variety of animated shows, be it films or TV series, box office hits or Japanese anime. Furthermore, the streaming provider’s very own notable pool of original animated series are often quality and entertaining productions.
Ever since Snow White, the very first ever Disney Princess, advised us to "Whistle While You Work" in 1937’s Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs, other Disney princesses in various Disney animated and live-action feature films have also delivered some of the most memorable songs in cinema history.