The news that Disney is releasing a sequel to their successful 3D computer-animated musical fantasy-comedy film ‘Frozen’ made me happier than I ever anticipated. And I have a suspicion that I am not alone in this – parents everywhere must be feeling ecstatic at the news.
The nice people over at Disney are sympathising with parents worldwide and decided to release ‘Frozen Fever’, a sequel to the billion dollar blockbuster.
My children, alongside most others, have been singing ‘For the first time in Forever’ since 2013, brainwashing everyone into humming along the tune during work hours, before bed and while having their morning coffee.
Disney announced the exciting news through the social media, tweeting: “We are thrilled to announce “Frozen Fever,” our new animated short that will premiere in the spring of 2015.”
We are thrilled to announce “Frozen Fever,” our new animated short that will premiere in the spring of 2015. pic.twitter.com/dNzzfgdXUp
— Disney Animation (@DisneyAnimation) September 3, 2014
According to the script writers: “In ‘Frozen Fever’, it’s Anna’s birthday and Elsa and Kristoff are determined to give her the best celebration ever, but Elsa’s icy powers may put more than just the party at risk.”
So, I guess things won’t go as planned and we are in for a real Disney treat once again. The short will feature a new song by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, who won the Oscar for best original song with “Let It Go.” The song racked up a whopping 295 million views on Youtube.
The Los Angeles Times wrote: “Disney has yet to reveal which feature film “Frozen Fever” will be attached to, although Kenneth Branagh’s live-action “Cinderella” would seem to be a candidate, given its March 13, 2015, release date”
Has this decision left Olaf disappointed of not getting a release date in the summer?
(Source: Los Angeles Times)