Tuesday, 3 February 2015

The first stills from Frozen's short sequel 'Frozen Fever' have arrived

Frozen fans, and/or anyone who's been slowly driven mad by watching the first movie on a constant repeat since its release, can REJOICE to the Disney gods, as the short sequel is confirmed to premiere here this spring, and you can now take an early peek at the very first stills.

While the seven minute long sequel would probably still be able to smash box office records on its own, Frozen Fever will be shown in cinemas ahead of screenings of the new live-action Cinderella, and along with the new stills, Disney have dropped a few hints about what we can expect.
Y'know, apart from a bit of snow, some incredible songs and excellent Disney
princess hair.


In Frozen Fever, Queen Elsa decides to throw a lovely little
 bash for 
Princess Anna, but things don't quite go to plan when she catches a
 snotty cold 
on the day of the party, which is always a bit of a problem when
 you're an ice queen.

It would seem that actually, the cold really bloody bothers
her anyway, and all
sorts of shenanigans then ensue. Director Jennifer Lee told
The Hollywood Reporter:
"It's another side of Elsa the audience hasn't seen before and
we hadn't really played
with in the original feature."

"Elsa doesn't get a cold in the usual way. She's special.
Surprising things occur that wreak

 a little havoc."
"We continue this story of these two sisters, who only
had each other growing up
 together. They are still supporting each other
 That's what this is about"
, she added, confirming that both Kristen Bell
 and Idina Menzel are both 
back on board once again.
Check out the Frozen family portrait which will
 make you feel all the feels.

And yes, before you start panicking and saying that the whole 
thing is a waste of time, 
Olaf IS returning in this one, along with a brand new song
 for the soundtrack 
which is apparently even catchier than 'Let It Go'. Christ.


Disney's Cinderella along with Frozen Fever hits cinemas 
in the UK on April

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