(Getty Images | Disney)Frozen is here, awesome, and packed with talent, though you might not recognize some of the stars' voices in the theater. Here are some side-by-sides and video clips to help you place them all.
Princess Anna: Kristen BellAs the big star of the movie, Kristen Bell is also the most recognizable. She's married to Dax Shepard, used to star in Vernoica Mars, and has also appeared in Forgetting Sarah Marshall.Queen Elsa: Idina MenzelPrimarily a Broadway star, Idina Menzel had...Read Full Story
What's the best thing Josh Gad got out of his experience working on Disney's new animated film, Frozen? Memories that will last a lifetime, of course, but also, a talking stuffed version of his snowman character. We sat down with Gad to talk about his role, and he spilled on singing for the film and what he wears to the sound booth (it's NSFW). Check it out!Read Full Story
By MIKE FLEMING JR
EXCLUSIVE: David Permut’s long in the works film about the late comic Sam Kinison has taken form. Larry Charles, who helmed the Sacha Baron Cohen comedies Borat, Bruno and The Dictator, has signed on to direct and Josh Gad is set to play the pentecostal preacher-turned-manic standup comedian. Kinison has a script by xXx scribe Rich Wilkes, based on the book Brother Sam by Bill Kinison. Permut will produce, Tom Shadyac and Bill Kinison will be exec producers, and Steve...Read Full Story
He's playing the comedian for a new movieFilms about famous comics often seem to take a while to coalesce on screen – just look at the endless stints in limbo suffered by the Richard Pryor biopic. One such film appears to be on the right track at last, with the story of late laugh-grabber Sam Kinison scoring The Internship’s Josh Gad for the titular role.Borat/Bruno director and Curb Your Enthusiasm veteran Larry Charles is set to direct the movie. “There was nothing conventional about Sam...Read Full Story
By Sonia Weiser | August 16, 2013 at 12:55 pm | No comments | News, TV/Movies | Tags: Billy Crystal, fx, Josh Gad
Josh Gad (Broadway’s Book of Mormon, Love and Other Drugs) has just joined the cast of The Comedians, Billy Crystal’s comedy series in development at FX. He will play the up-and-comer who’s irked by his pairing with the aging superstar comedian (Crystal) on a late night sketch show. Hopefully, this show will have the talent and stamina to keep him on television unlike his last...Read Full Story