Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today.
Frozen's Josh Gad to Reunite With Disney
Another Hollywood project for Book of Mormon alum Josh Gad! The Frozen star has once again teamed up with Disney, this time for a family comedy-adventure. Deadline reports that the Tony nominee and his writing partner Ryan Dixon will be working together on the as yet untitled project for the studio.
Of Mice and Men's Leighton Meester on Finding Her Stage Voice
Gossip Girl's Leighton Meester has opened up about how she's coped with making the transition from screen to Broadway in Of Mice and Men. The star told Yahoo: " I had a sense that on stage I'd have to find my voice louder than in a close-up in a movie.” Another difference between the two mediums? "You are always in frame when you are on stage. Everyone can see you. You aren't waiting for your close-ups."
Tony Nominees Bobby Cannavale and Jude Law Join Forces in Spy
Two-time Tony nominees Bobby Cannavale and Jude Law are to star in an international spy comedy imaginatively titled Spy. According to Deadline the movie will be released on Memorial Day 2015. Of course, we’ve got Cannavale in the upcoming movie musical remake of Annie to look forward to before then—the tuner is set to open in a theater near you December 19.