It sounds like Daisy Ridley is going to have to endure even more of Josh Gad’s nerdy, on-set questions about the future of Star Wars.
This week we’ve heard that Disney will be looking at “spinoff and prequel” ideas for the live-action Beauty and the Beast movie that has just come out. But they don’t need to look at other options, because there is one obvious and perfect choice: A movie about Gaston.
Of all the things we’ve seen from this film, it has been a constant frustration to me, personally, that we hadn’t yet been treated to what I was certain would be the highlight of this film: Josh Gad, as LeFou, singing “Gaston.” And now it’s finally here.
No one is allowed to ask Daisy Ridley about Star Wars: The Last Jedi spoilers ever again.
Josh Gad is all of us. On the set of the upcoming remake of Murder on the Orient Express, the actor invited co-star Daisy Ridley to his trailer to work on a scene. For the scene, Gad wanted to know, “Who are ‘The Last Jedi?’”
We’ve seen leaked images before, but now you can get your first proper look at Dan Stevens in action as Disney’s titular Beast in the live-action Beauty and the Beast remake.
If you grew up in the 1980s, odds are your play time was dominated by Hasbro and Mattel. Decades later, the behind-the-scenes rivalry between the two companies will be the subject of Toy Wars, a streaming series from Josh Gad, Josh Schwartz, and Seth Gordon.
After that fantastic teaser trailer, we’ve been patiently waiting for something, anything, in the way of information for the upcoming live-action musical version of Disney’ Beauty and the Beast. We finally have it.
We’ve suspected that Pixels would be an almighty disaster ever since we saw the first trailer, but it’s actually worse than we feared. Director Chris Columbus is clearly trying to create another great fantasy adventure, but he’s hamstrung by a short-sighted script. And Adam Sandler’s painful performance.
When Harry Potter defeated Lord Voldemort, we thought that was it. We were wrong. By now you probably know J.K. Rowling has penned a new Potter-universe film called Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. And the latest addition to the cast is the new big-screen version of The Flash, Ezra Miller.
Adam Sandler, Josh Gad, Michelle Monaghan and Peter Dinklage look pretty good, too, but Dinklage's hair steals the show in the first image from the upcoming video game action comedy, Pixels.
Wreck-It Ralph was a revelation: a fairytale for the videogame age about the true meaning of villainy and heroism. Now Ralph's cowriter, Jennifer Lee, has written and co-directed a new film, Frozen, in which one of the all-time great fairytale villains gets a whole new outlook.
When you watch the trailers for Disney's Frozen, the absent-minded Olaf the Snowman looks like he could get seriously annoying. But when you actually watch the film, Olaf steals the show. How did the comedy side character become the best part of Frozen? We talked to voice actor Josh Gad about the process of…
Little known Frozen fact: Josh Gad (who voices the part of Olaf, the talking Snowman) re-teamed up with the musical talent from Avenue Q and The Book of Mormon to create all the musical numbers in Disney's Snow Queen movie.