With the Season 4 finale of "Game of Thrones" airing today, in the midst of one of the most compelling summer concert seasons in years, we got to thinking... what artist or performance would each character want to see?
The world is well aware of the success "Frozen" has had. The film's success has translated into an upcoming ice spectacular, as well as a Broadway show that's in the works. We feel chummy with Elsa and Anna, we know all the lyrics to "Let It Go," and we secretly wish we had a reindeer pet as cute as Sven.
But here are a few fun facts you may not have known about the successful film. (It should go without saying, but: major "Frozen" spoilers ahead.)
#1 - Rapunzel and Flynn Rider make an appearance at Elsa's coronation.
Blink and you'll miss it, but it's true. If you watch the crowd during Elsa coronation, you'll see both characters from "Tangled" (and yes, Rapunzel has her short, brown hair instead of the long, blond locks).
If you've been following entertainment news, it's possible you already know one of your beloved shows has gotten the axe. Networks did not go easy on us this time around, canceling a slew of shows, including "Community," "Almost Human," and "Raising Hope."
Thankfully, plenty of great shows were renewed, and the pilots for the Fall 2014 season look pretty promising. A gritty drama about the city of Gotham, where Batman grew up? Check. A Marvel Universe show focuses on Agent Peggy Carter, who helped create S.H.I.E.L.D.? Yep. And plenty of others, too.
Find a list of all the renewed and canceled shows for the fall 2014, as well as a couple of new shows each network will premiere.
Fall 2014 TV Guide
Renewed: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Goldbergs, Modern Family, The Middle, Resurrection, Once Upon a Time, Castle, Scandal, Grey's Anatomy, Revenge, Dancing With the Stars, Nashville
Canceled/Series ended: Back in the Game, Betrayal, Killer Women, Mixology, Suburgatory, Super Fun Night, Trophy Wife, Black Box (not confirmed)
Like many Broadway greats before it, including Hairspray, Rent, and The Phantom of the Opera, the Tony-winning show Jersey Boys gets its own film adaptation. The movie, an adaptation by Clint Eastwood, follows the same basic premise of the show, chronicling the early-rock group the Four Seasons and their rise to fame.
The film stars John Lloyd Young, who won a Tony award for his role as Frankie Valli in the Broadway version, as well as Erich Bergen, Michael Lomenda and Vincent Piazza as the Four Seasons. Christopher Walkenwill play a mobster.
"Jersey Boys" is expected to open in theaters June 20. Check out the trailer behind the jump and comment to let us know what you think!