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  1. 'Frozen,' 'The Fault in Our Stars,' 'Game of Thrones' Are iTunes' Top-Selling Titles of 2014

    6:33 am 12/8/2014

    Pharrell Williams, Taylor Swift, Coldplay, Sam Smith, John Legend, Katy Perry and Iggy Azalea top the music categoriesRead more

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  2. 'The Simpsons' Becomes Latest Show to Take on 'Frozen'

    2:31 pm 12/5/2014

    Watch "The Couch Gag Before Christmas" Read more

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  3. Watch Frozen's Olaf Sing "In Summer" in Thai, Hebrew and Spanish

    8:31 am 12/4/2014

    Olaf lusts after summer in six different languages in new teaser clipRead more

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  4. 'Frozen' Short Film to Screen in Front of Disney's 'Cinderella'

    10:29 am 12/3/2014

    Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf will be back on the big screen in MarchRead more

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  5. Disney Debuts 'Frozen' Makeup Collection

    2:45 pm 12/2/2014

    In case you haven't had enough of Elsa and Anna in your life, Disney presents beauty products inspired by the royal sistersRead more

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  6. Watch Idina Menzel and Jennifer Nettles Slay "Let It Go" on 'CMA Country Christmas'

    6:20 am 12/2/2014

    Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Steven Tyler, LeAnn Rimes, Hunter Hayes, Little Big Town and more also performed on the specialRead more

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  7. U.K. Box Office: 'Frozen' Breaks Back Into Top 10

    4:48 am 12/2/2014

    A year after its original release, a new sing-along version of Disney's animated hit re-enters the British box office in seventh placeRead more

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  8. Idina Menzel on 'Frozen' Sequel: "I Have No Idea"

    6:01 am 12/1/2014

    The Broadway star addressed the rumors her interview sparked over the weekendRead more

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  9. Idina Menzel: 'Frozen' Sequel Is Being Developed

    10:06 am 11/30/2014

    The 2013 Oscar-winning film has grossed $1.27 billion worldwideRead more

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  10. Animation Roundtable: 6 Top Filmmakers on 'Frozen' Lessons and Why Sequels Are "Killing" the Industry

    10:00 am 11/25/2014

    Don't relegate these filmmakers to the kids' table, where the movie industry often forces animators to sit. Not only have their projects scored big at the box office — 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' took in $619 million worldwide, while 'The Lego Movie' collected $468 million — but they also are among the year's most inventive films. After all, they create every single frame from scratchRead more

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