Over nearly 80 years, Walt Disney becomes beloved for their iconic fairy tales, memorable comic-relief sidekicks, terrifying villains, and some of the greatest songs in cinema history. Be it Frozen’s Let It Go or the happy-go-lucky song Hakuna Matata, each song takes you to a different world full of memories and adventures, and you can’t help but getting glued to it! Here’s our pick from recent times: Let It Go – Frozen: Elsa’s soulful independent track – Let It Go created a spur in the industry. The music and lyrics were composed by husband-and-wife songwriting team Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. The song was performed in its original show-tune version in the film by American actress and singer Idina Menzel in her vocal role as Queen Elsa. "Let It Go" reached the top fiv
According to sources, Nintendo is in the final stages of talks with Minions animation studio Illumination to secure a license to create an animated Super Mario Bros. movie. Reportedly, the two companies have been in talks for a year with Nintendo confirming to be involved with the creative process as well as the series' creator Shigeru Miyamoto who in all probability will serve as a producer of the film. Illumination's Mac Guff studio in Paris that has been responsible for the Despicable Me series of films has started development of the film with the release date yet unconfirmed. Nintendo has already been in talks with Sony to produce the film, but Universal's Illumination studio is undoubtedly a more logical fit given that the corporation is already in the process of making a Super M...
Gru, Lucy, and the Minions are back, and up against a new villain — the shoulder-pad sporting, moonwalking Balthazar Bratt. The “Despicable Me 3” trailer features Bratt (voiced by “South Park” creator Trey Parker) moonwalking on the ocean and up the side of a ship on a pair of skis, while clad in a purple jumpsuit and mullet, as Michael Jackson’s “Bad” pays in the background. Meanwhile back at the Anti-Villain League headquarters, they suspect they are witnessing a monster on the loose, until one member recognizes the villain for who he really is: “That’s no monster — that’s a man wearing shoulder pads!” Bratt is a former ’80s child star whose show got canceled after he hit puberty. Now he plans on executing a full-fledged world domination. But where are the minions? Are they even the
Greats from Great Britain such as V&A, Bulldog, Copyrights Group Peppa Pig, RFU among rest that fits the Lima Licensing Awards.2016... The Nominees for the 2016 Lima Licensing Awards have been unveiled – with brands and Industrial Giants from England, gracing the illustrious list. The splashy awards ceremony forms a fundamental part of Licensing Expo- which is slated for the first night of the event, June 21 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Centre. The V&A has been shortlisted in the Art & Design Licensing Programme category, alongside It’s a WildLife from Form Advertising/Bulldog Licensing. Paddington, meanwhile, has bagged a nomination for The Copyrights Group and Paddington and Company in the Character/Toy Brand category. eOne’s Peppa Pig is among the nominees
Universal and Illumination Entertainment have unveiled the first trailer for next summer’s Minionsfeature, the adorable spinoff from the studios’ Despicable Me franchise. (more…)