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    Frozen Director Jennifer Lee to Adapt A Wrinkle in Time

    At this time she'll write, but not direct.

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    'Frozen' Writer/Director Jennifer Lee To Adapt Classic Novel 'A Wrinkle In Time' For Disney

    The success of "Frozen" is remarkable: the film became the top-grossing animated movie of all time and the fifth-top grosser ever inside of the ten months since hitting theaters, earning $1.273 billion worldwide (only $400 million of which came from the U.S.). But what was doubly remarkable is that ...

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    Frozen Becomes the 5th Top-Grossing Movie of All Time

    In Japan, Anna and Elsa have topped the box office for eleven consecutive weeks.

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    Cate Blanchett, Kerry Washington, Rose Byrne Honored by Women in Film

    Cate Blanchett, Kerry Washington, Rose Byrne, Eva Longoria, and Frozen director Jennifer Lee are the five honorees of WIF's Crystal + Lucy Awards.

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    Frozen Now the Highest-Grossing Animated Film in History

    Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck's feminist fairy tale has become one of the top-ten highest-grossing films of all time.

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    Frozen Estimated to Become Highest-Grossing Movie in Disney History

    Who knew that the best holiday gift Disney could give itself was turning its back on its past?

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    The Big O: Between Ellen and Everyone's Mom, Oscar Night Turned Into Ladies Night

    For a year with no female talent represented in the director’s category and only three of the nine best-picture candidates featuring women in lead roles, the Oscar show was a regular femme fest.

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