Topic: Frozen

You’ll Be Shocked By How Little The Girl Who Played Teenage Elsa Got Paid For Frozen

You'll Be Shocked By How Little The Girl Who Played Teenage Elsa Got Paid For Frozen

Hey, do you guys remember that movie Frozen? I feel like it was about two singing sisters, one of whom could make snow, and my recollection is that everybody liked it and it made a ton of money. Like a record amount of money. Like over a billion dollars. Unless you were the teenage girl who provided the voice for young Queen Elsa, in which case it made you less than a thousand. Yikes. More »

Ben Affleck’s Son Wants Him To Be More Like Jimmy Fallon, And It’s Like Join The Club

Ben Affleck's Son Wants Him To Be More Like Jimmy Fallon, And It's Like Join The Club

Ben Affleck is an interesting creature, because it’s like his mouth has a filter on it, but instead of making sure he always says the right thing, it makes sure he always says the wrong thing. It’s like if I stood in front of an audience and named every embarrassing thing I’d ever done in high school without realizing what I was doing. Ben just always ends up looking bad. More »

Kristen Wiig And Ellen Finally Get Around To Singing ‘Let It Go,’ And It’ll Be Your New Favorite Version

Kristen Wiig And Ellen Finally Get Around To Singing 'Let It Go,' And It'll Be Your New Favorite Version

Well guys, I hate to break it to you, but apparently celebrities really aren’t just like us. You know how I know that? Because Kristen Wiig and Ellen DeGeneres have somehow lived the past ten months of their lives without having “Let It Go” stuck in their heads on a loop. In fact, they don’t even know any of the words besides “let it go.” More »

10 Kids’ Movies With Hilarious Parental Guides On IMDb

10 Kids' Movies With Hilarious Parental Guides On IMDb

I don’t know if you know this, but there are these sections on IMDb movie profiles called “Parents Guides” that describe specific parts of the movie in detail that parents might not want their kids to see. It makes sense, since parents obviously want to be sure there’s nothing inappropriate or frightening in a movie their kids want to see. But that doesn’t make them any less hilarious to read. More »