Let it Go (Original Cut)
  • Let it Go (Original Cut)
  • Idina Menzel
  • Frozen

The original versions of Let it Go from disney’s Frozen. It has another verse that was cut from the movie for time.

It just goes to show what amazing things you can find when you have an unhealthy obsession with this movie.

okay so alan tudyk is at new orleans comic con 

and someone asked him one of his favorite memories from filming firefly and he told the best story from filming “objects in space”

so basically since wash and zoe and most of the crew are locked in their rooms for the episode, all alan had to do was lay in bed for filming

so he got there early so he could sleep on set and he was about to fall asleep when gina came in and went “damn it. looks like we had the same idea. okay, scoot over.” and they napped together 

how fucking cute is that

What We Know: Moana

Disney’s newest animated film Moana will hit theaters on November 23, 2016. Check out what we know so far!

1. The Story

Moana tells the story of a teenager who must set sail in the Pacific Ocean in order to save her people. Moana crosses paths with the once-mighty demigod Maui who helps her on her journey. The pair face many obstacles along the way including giant sea monsters. As Moana searches to fulfill the quest of her ancestors she ends up finding herself in the process. 

2. The Cast

The lead part of Moana is played by Hawaii native Auli’i Cravalho. The above video summarizes her audition process. The demigod Maui will be voiced by Dwayne Johnson and Disney alum Alan Tudyk is listed as an unnamed additional voice. Those are the only cast members listed so far on the film’s imdb page

3. The Music 

The film’s score will be a collaboration between Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, Tarzan’s Mark Mancina, and Samoan musician Opetaia Foa’i. Miranda posted a tweet earlier this year hinting at the music that he promises will make us cry.

4. The Filmmakers 

Moana is written and directed by Ron Clements and John Musker. They also wrote and directed The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, and The Princess and the Frog. You know, just three of the most quotable and lovable Disney animated films. Although we still haven’t seen an official trailer for Moana, I have a lot of faith in these two. I have high hopes that Moana will join the long list of successful Disney animated films. 


The cry baby is an electronic device that essentially simulates the distress call of a large (usually Alliance) ship, making a fine distraction when there is a need to make an Alliance cruiser decide between chasing your ship or rescuing what they think is a big ship full of people. It is highly illegal for any of a dozen reasons.


“That was the thing I was most excited about with the film, was to get back with this group of people that I genuinely adore, and genuinely respect. Not to toot anybody’s horns but I think they’re some of the most talented actors that I’ve ever worked with. It’s funny because we’ll go crying because we’re laughing so hard. And then the cameras roll and everyone’s so professional and makes their choices and works incredibly hard.”
- Sean Maher