All Good Things, All Good Things; New Frozen Fever Stills And Featurette Released

Tell the guards to open up the gates, because there’s a party in Arendelle! Disney have released new stills from their short, Frozen Fever, that will run before the Kenneth Branagh directed live-action Cinderella, in cinemas from March 13.

Added to that, because Disney know that we will want to find out all about it, they have also released a short featurette with directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee telling us all about the twenty minutes of pure joy we can look forward to.

Set right after Frozen, Frozen Fever starts when Elsa decides to throw a birthday party for Anna, having spent many years isolating herself she feels it is a good chance to try and make amends.

Aided by Kristoff, Olaf and Sven, Elsa’s plans hit a stumbling block when her icy powers are affected by her having a cold.

All the original voice stars are back for this, including Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell. Not only that, but the Gods of Disney have gifted us with a new song from Oscar winning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez as well!

It’s official: I have been struck with Frozen Fever. Let’s take a look at the stills.

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Hmm…now where have we seen that epic bed hair before? Ah yes, coronation day!

 

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Anna and Elsa look much happier than they did at point during Frozen! Hang on though, is that a new dress Elsa’s wearing? Oh no! Clothing wars again. Parents, you might not want your little ones to watch this…..

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Who wants to bet that Olaf had a hand in painting that banner?

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But how can you be mad at him? Look at his little darling face!

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And finally, a beautiful family portrait!

I know I won’t be alone in really looking forward to this, not least because if it’s a hit, as many of the Toy Story shorts have been, it might just mean we get a full length sequel sooner rather than later. Here’s hoping that audiences really can’t let Frozen go!

 

 

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