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No one is ever going to let Frozen go. Ever. The animated film is still raking in merchandise dollars, and because Funko is smart, they’re releasing another series of brand new Frozen Pop! figures. You’ll be able to get young Elsa and Anna, coronation Elsa and Anna, and a summer version of Olaf (don’t worry, it’s not a big puddle). They’re all as cute as you’d imagine.

Besides the normal size figures, Funko’s also releasing a series of Mystery Minis. I want to buy the entire box of them!

Pre-order now to receive the new Frozen figures in February or March.

Check out the rest of the new figures after the break.

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chewbacca journal

Record your deep thoughts and/or musings about The Force Awakens trailer in this Chewbacca journal or “Wookiee Book” from the Disney store. The spiral bound design features lined paper and is covered in faux fur and a plastic bandolier. The best part? The journal emits a Wookiee growl when opened.

See the inside of the journal after the break.

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If you live in Los Angeles and can afford $2,595 a month for rent, you could live in a cottage that looks like it’s right out of a storybook. This cozy home was created by Disney artist Joseph Lawrence and is known as “The Hobbit’s House.” It’s listed on Craigslist with plenty of photos and has features such as a stone fireplace, stained glass windows, ponds, and a bar. It doesn’t look huge (it’s just two bedrooms and one bath), but it’s oozing with charm.

More photos of this magical looking abode after the break.

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Frozen hit theaters at this time last year, and the animated film is still insanely popular. If you’re embracing Frozen fever, you might want to let it go and cover your tree and/or home in paper snowflakes featuring Olaf, Anna, Elsa, Hans, Kristoff, Marshmallow, and Sven! These beauties were designed by Anthony Herrera, also known for being the creator of these amazing Star Wars paper snowflakes.

You’ll need a sharp X-acto knife, patience, and a printer to create these chilly pieces of art. However, the pattern is completely free to download.

See the other Frozen snowflake designs after the break.

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Using Disney characters to divine the future is more popular than you’d think. We featured some Disney-themed tarot cards earlier this year, but artist Julian Rivera has put a fresh and beautiful spin on the idea. Julian shared four of her Disney tarot card designs so far, and He’s chosen Ariel (and a dinglehopper) to represent The Empress card, Snow White as The Fool, Ellonwy as The Magician, and Kida as The High Priestess.

See more of the lovely art after the break.

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Elsa and Jack

You know we like our crazy movie theories around here and this side by side comparison of Disney’s Frozen and Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining by blogger Mary Katherine Ham makes some pretty interesting points.

In her scenario, Frozen characters and locations coincide with characters and locations in The Shining both in temperament and design.

Head after the break to get the basics on the theory.

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avengers teaser parody

I’m sure many of you agree that the teaser for Avengers: Age of Ultron is both awesome and creepy. However, the minds behind How It Should Have Ended have made it even creepier (and really funny).

Check it out after the break.

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We’ve already seen how the Disney princes wouldn’t be the best guys to date, and now here’s why you don’t want to date (or be friends with) the princesses either. They are completely obsessed with their own little worlds and will likely make that crazy roommate you had that one time totally sane in comparison.

See the video after the break.

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Is this haunted room actually stretching? It is, but the stars of the Haunted Mansion’s stretching portraits have been replaced with characters from Disney’s animated films. Artist Laura Knighton took the morbid illustrations and added her own spin to the theme with Ariel, Jane, Belle (that one’s my favorite), and Tiana. They’re all doomed! I love that she didn’t do a straight up re-creation of the existing portraits.

See the individual pieces after the break.

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What if Disney characters starred in Nintendo games? By the looks of this art from Michael Villamejor, it would be awesome. He mashes up characters from Disney films with ones from Smash Bros., and it results in combinations like Stitch as Pikachu and Robin Hood as Star Fox. I can barely handle the brilliance of these pixels.

See more of the creative and cute series after the break.

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