There's a Frozen stage musical on the way so I'd say Frozen still has a bit of life in it yet. And is the Frozen 2 "synopsis" supposed to be referencing something? I know it is but I'm not sure of what.
Jessica Jones Season 2, which I'm still mad about.
What do these posts have to do with Toys R Us closing?I've noticed that the second season of each Marvel Studios show, and the second instalment of each of their movie series, has a noticeable drop in quality from the first. Despite the consensus, I also regard Captain America: The Winter Soldier as part of the trend - I thought the tone veered too far into ridiculous after the reveal of HYDRA's ultimate plan, and also that the Winter Soldier himself almost felt tacked onto the story. I'd probably regard Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 as an exception, if I could better stand how slow its pace seems compared to that of Vol. 1.
Also, I wonder how exactly the Lopezes would react to writing songs for a Frozen sequel like that, even though at least one song they added to the Broadway musical - "Monster" - sounds pretty grim.
Regarding the part in this about Frozen loosing popularity, while Olaf's Frozen Adventure did fail in theaters because it was a short that took too long, it was actually the movie Trolls that killed its' popularity. That's the movie where the song "Can't Stop The Feeling!" comes from, and is possibly one of the few times Dreamworks beat Disney. The toys are everywhere and some of them always sell out, particually the blind bags. Compared to Frozen's popularity, this film became popular in an instant (I literally saw merchandise fly off shelves the week after its' release). It also has a show on Netflix, which Frozen doesn't (other than the Northern Lights special and Olaf appearing on Sofia the First). But like Frozen, they had a holiday special, and that special beat out the Frozen one by just a thousand or so viewers. You can also say that Moana played a part in this, but it isn't as big as Trolls is.
********. Zootopia and Moana each grossed more than Trolls did, at both the domestic and worldwide box offices, not to mention Zootopia winning the most Oscars among all three of those movies.possibly one of the few times Dreamworks beat Disney
I meant in terms of merchandise sales, including toys and DVDs. Moana does sell a lot more dolls, but Trolls is the second-most popular of the toylines based on movies.
Someone already mentioned that earlier in the thread.Also, I heard KB Toys is coming back to fill the gap left by TRU.
I expect a certain amount of realism from my evil, serpent-themed terrorist organizations.I've noticed that the second season of each Marvel Studios show, and the second instalment of each of their movie series, has a noticeable drop in quality from the first. Despite the consensus, I also regard Captain America: The Winter Soldier as part of the trend - I thought the tone veered too far into ridiculous after the reveal of HYDRA's ultimate plan
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