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lgbtq disney frozen 'Frozen' Fans Are Asking Disney to Give Elsa a Girlfriend, Because She Shouldn't Have to Rule Arendelle Alone
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Frozen came out in 2013 and kids everywhere are still singing "Let It Go" nonstop.  By now it's due for a sequel. Elsa finally came out of her shell by the end of the first movie, it makes sense for the next one to focus on her finding a prince. Now fans are saying, why not a princess? Using the hashtag #GiveElsaAGirlfriend, Disney fans are campaigning for a diverse representation of love with their favorite ice queen. 


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So far, the only LGBTQ representation in Disney movies has been something subtle that people read into: 


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But will that change by popular demand? 

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So 26 years after the beloved 'Kindergarten Cop' starring Arnold Schwarzenegger they finally got around to making the sequel. The trailer for 'Kindergarten Cop 2 ' just dropped and people are BEYOND excited about it. 


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The trailer has certainly gotten quite a reaction out of people. Mostly shock and disappointment, but those are reactions. 


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When can you see this gem? It's coming out May 17. No need to pre-purchase your tickets because this masterpiece of cinema is headed straight to video... Well, DVD and Digital. At least that part of the production is up to date. 


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This film is about a woman who is kidnapped by a survivalist who claims he saved her life and forces her to stay with him in his survival bunker. It was originally going to be called 'Valencia' but it was all a trick! 

The twist here is that the creepy survivalist kidnapper totally did save her life because this is the SEQUEL TO CLOVERFIELD. Actually, according to Collider, J.J. Abrams has called it more of a "blood relative" than a direct sequel.  

The movie is still going to be directed by Dan Trachenburg who got a lot of attention in the past for his short film based on the video game Portal. 

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Fifteen years ago, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon won a slew of awards and became the highest grossing foreign-language film in America. With a cast of all Chinese actors and performed in Mandarin, it was a surprise success and a very influential international film. You most likely remember it as the modern kung-fu movie with people flying everywhere while they fight. 



Now it's back because it's 2015 and we've run out of ideas. Just like the original, the sequel will be breaking boundaries. It will be the first movie ever to premiere on Netflix and IMAX simultaneously. 

A Beetlejuice sequel is happening, according to Winona Ryder.
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"I think I can confirm it," Winona Ryder said about a sequel to Beetlejuice on Late Night with Seth Myers Aug. 10.

While rumors have swirled around the 27-year-old film getting a sequel for a while, it wasn't until Ryder apprehensively said those words that we've known it to be true.

She thought she could confirm it because, according to her, director of the first film Tim Burton had done so in an interview. However, a quick search only found Burton making the safe statement that the film is "closer than ever" last December.

There's no word yet if star Michael Keaton will reprise his classic role as the 'Ghost with the Most'. However, if a sequel comes together with him involved it will mark an extension of this interesting turn for him. Just last year, his dark and dreamy vehicle Birdman captured the Best Picture Academy Award and many thought Keaton deserved the Best Actor Award for which he was nominated.

If it does happen, it might even mean Burton can spring out of this 15-year slump he's spent holding hands with Johnny Depp, pulling each other down into the pits of mediocrity.



Here's the whole of the Seth Myers interview for you:

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After 21 years the sequel is well on it's way to becoming a reality.

A followup film has been in the works since 2001 when Bonnie Hunt was chosen to write the script. But after many rewrites, David Berenbaum, writer of "Elf," has taken on the task.

Few details have yet to be released but according to Elite Daily Robin Williams and director Chris Columbus are on board!

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