Dark Horse Comics announces a new Frozen comic book miniseries by Joe Caramagna, Eduardo Francisco, and Eduard Petrovich this March.
Disney already bolsters an impressive roster of villains, but these fan creations are truly evil!
The animated Disney universe features many worlds, but we found proof that everything is (possibly) connected.
An actor from the Broadway production of Frozen confiscated a pro-Trump banner from an unruly audience member during Wednesday night's show.
Evan Rachel Wood and Sterling K. Brown are both in talks to join the cast of the eagerly anticipated Frozen sequel.
Few Disney characters are explicitly declared to be gay by the studio, but viewers have picked up on "gay coding." CBR explores.
It's not easy (or inexpensive) to transform into a Disney character, but these 15 cosplayers nail it every time.
The comedy-adventure debuted in North America to $73.7 million, the biggest opening weekend of any Walt Disney Animated Studios release.
Disney has announced a "Frozen" animated holiday TV special and confirmed long-swirling rumors of a Broadway stage production.
The "Star Wars" sequel has rocketed to No. 8 on the list of highest-grossing films of all time, overtaking Disney's "Frozen."
WestJet has partnered with Disney to introduce a "Frozen"-themed plane, featuring Anna, Elsa and Olaf on the exterior.
With help from Disney, a U.K. startup has developed 3D-printed prosthetic limbs for children inspired by Iron Man, "Star Wars" and "Frozen."
This is bananas: The prequel to "Despicable Me" has grossed $1.08 billion worldwide.
Harley Quinn tries to tempt The Joker to join her for some mayhem in a terrific animated rendition of the "Frozen" parody “Do You Wanna Kill the Batman?"
Tokyopop CEO Stu Levy spoke with CBR News at Comic-Con about his plans to return to publishing and answers critics of his company's contracts.
Veterans of the monster hit animated feature, Chris Buck and Producer Peter Del Vecho return to the enchanted land they created for short, snowy adventure.
The music and magic of Disney's mega-hit return along with a birthday surprise in the first look at the animated short.