Frozen Fever: Everything You Need To Know

Mike P Williams

Despite fans desperate for Disney to release a sequel to their 2013 hit ‘Frozen’, a new short film, titled ‘Frozen Fever’, has been announced, with some new images to feast our eyes upon…


Without further ado, here’s everything you need to know ahead of its release.

What’s It About?

'Frozen Fever' will tell a short story set after the hit film. It's Anna's birthday, so Elsa and Kristoff set out to give her a memorable day.However, as per the catalyst for the movie, Elsa's icy powers prove problematic.

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As with Dinsey (and Pixar) animated shorts, ‘Frozen Fever’ will be a self-contained story that’ll bear no impact on its inevitable sequel, but will offer fans the chance to see more of the beloved characters in the meantime.


Who’s In It?

The gang are back! Well, everyone bar Prince Hans. Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf all return, but importantly so do their voice acting counterparts that consist of Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff and, of course, Josh Gad.


Who’s Directing?

'Frozen's' acclaimed directing duo Chris Buck and Jen Lee return to helm the story, alongside Oscar-winning composers Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, who are back to provide a brand new song, which will surely get everyone just a little bit excited.


When Can We See It?

'Frozen Fever' will be attached to the band new, live-action 'Cinderella' feature from Walt Disney Studios. It'll play beforehand, so make sure you're not late!

'Cinderella' will hit US cinemas on 13 March, before reaching UK shores on 27 March.


Where Can I See More?

USA Today earlier released the above screenshots as well as some cast interviews, but there’s nothing else to reveal just yet. No doubt some actual footage or a teaser trailer will make its way online soon, so make sure you stay tuned for further news.

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Picture credits: Disney