Thursday, February 14, 2019

SNOW QUEEN IS TRYING TO FREEZE THE SEA IN THE 'FROZEN 2' FIRST TRAILER FROM DISNEY! MICHAEL MOORCOCK'S RUNESTAFF EPIC FANTASY SAGA TO BECOME TV SERIES

DISNEY'S 'FROZEN 2'
FIRST TEASER TRAILER IS OUT
The main cinematic surprise of the day, if not even the whole week, is Disney's sudden release of the first teaser for FROZEN 2, the sequel to the highest grossing animated film ever, which will snowstorm its way into
The sequel should arrive into cinemas November 22nd
cinemas this Autumn! The trailer does not show much other than Snow Queen Elsa (Idina Menzel) fighting against the sea with her ice and then being
The original movie is the 13th biggest movie of all times
joined by her sister Princess Anna (Kristen Bell) and her boyfriend Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) at the start of a brand new adventure which will be more
The first movie has earned two oscars and more than $1 billion around the world.
epic in scope and will again feature crazy snowman Olaf and reindeer Sven. The adventure that will take them far away from Arendelle will again feature a brand new hit song from Robert and Kristen Lopez.



'RUNESTAFF' EPIC SAGA
TO BECOME TV SERIES
The Runestaff has four novels so far
Speaking of epic, 'Deadline' reports that BBC Studios have bought TV rights on Michael Moorcock's fantasy saga RUNESTAFF which consists of four novels The Jewel in the Skull, The Mad God’s Amulet, Sword of the Dawn and The Runestaff. To be written by Sherlock and Dr Who scribe, it tells the story of a resistance force trying to bring down tyrannical rule and follow Hawkmoon, whose journey takes him from ghost-cities in the Syrian desert to pirate colonies in the American bayou; from caravans of mutant creatures in Carpathian mountains to the heart of the Dark Empire itself – the glittering city of Londra where the river runs blood red.

10 comments:

  1. Your today's offer: fantasy and fantasy.
    Frozen 2 looks like a girls' movie ; Runestaff more like a men's epic.

    Why Frozen? everyone now is looking for some warmth. I was just talking today with someone about Weather as a terrorist who keeps people indoors like hostages.

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    1. yes, that is how I think of the weather in summer :)

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  2. I still have to see Frozen 1! Guess I'd better get my skates on!

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    1. It was nice, but it is definitely overrated! The success of it hides in the fact you probably won't like :) - lil' girls still prefer pretty princesses to more feminist looking ones (which is why Brave and Moana weren't as successful as this one).

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  3. Even though Allison has outgrown her Frozen obsession, I'm sure this is one she'll insist we go see. I did like the first one, though I still don't know what the hype was all about. I much enjoyed other princess movies like Tangled, Brave, Little Mermaid, Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast much more.

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    1. Brave was my fave as well, the success of Frozen was in the beauty of Elsa, she is a classic Disney princess visually at least and we haven't had such in a long time. Highly stylized princesses score success. This is why I think they need to do a Russian fairy tale next, maybe Vasilisa Prekrasna or something.

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  4. Do you remember that small post you made about "Stonerunner"? I found more in a site called "IML Digital Media" and it shows the traile1 I tried to watch said trailer, but it requires you to contact them. I did, but still nothing. Even logging onto Vimeo didn't work. Can you PLZ find a link on an acceptable watching site?

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    1. I've no idea what is happening with that one, sadly, even IMDB has stopped updating news on that film like three years ago.

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