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Frozen 2: We’ve been practising for this since we were kids

Frozen 2: We’ve been practising for this since we were kids

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Six years after the release of the record-breaking, Oscar-winning, ear-worming Frozen, the wait is finally over for a sequel.Actors Josh Gad, who plays innocent snowman Olaf, and Jonathan Groff, who this time gets his own solo as Princess Anna's love interest Kristoff, told Sky News that in a way they have been preparing for their roles in the films since they were very young. Image: Frozen is back with a long-awaited sequel. Pic: ©2019 Disney "When I was a kid, I used to sit in my bedroom alone, essentially - the sound quality is really good because it's like the bed and the stuffed animals - and I would act out all of my favourite Disney movies alone in my bedroom," said Groff."And the crazy revelation for me was: that is what it i
General Motors strike: ‘We’ve got to fight for what’s right’

General Motors strike: ‘We’ve got to fight for what’s right’

Business
Workers with picket signs mark every entrance to the General Motors plant in Flint, Michigan. With them is all the paraphernalia of a long stay - tables piled with snacks and water bottles, wood and steel bins to make fires during the night, and dozens of signs bearing the slogan "UAW on strike". It's the same picture at the Hamtramck plant just an hour's drive away, and there are similar scenes at GM facilities across the US.Nearly 49,000 workers walked out on strike on 16 September."We're prepared to be out here as long as takes," says Bill Brewer, a quality control inspector at the Flint plant.Mr Brewer has worked at GM for 42 years. This is his third strike. It's the longest one he's been on.Each day the strike costs General...
Iannucci: ‘We’ve got anarchists at the head of government’

Iannucci: ‘We’ve got anarchists at the head of government’

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Satirist and director Armando Iannucci told Sky news he believes "we've got anarchists at the head of government at the moment".Speaking at the launch of his new film The Personal History Of David Copperfield, which opens this year's London Film Festival, Iannucci also said: "What's worrying now is that the concept of law is a movable feast really: it's the law if you agree with it and it's not the law if you don't agree with it." Iannucci's take on Charles Dickens' classic novel David Copperfield stars Dev Patel and is heart-warming, optimistic and ultimately life-affirming.The director said the decision to make the film was partly "subconscious" because "the discussion about what Britain is at the moment feels very negative, very toxic"."I wanted something that was celebrating what Brita...