Given Frozen‘s popularity, Disney has taken the opportunity to continue the story from the film. However, instead of creating a sequel in the form of a feature film, Walt Disney Animation Studios has put together a short film called Frozen Fever. The story, which reunites the main cast from the original film, centers around Elsa organizing a birthday party for Anna. So crucial to the success of Frozen, the music will once again play a large role in the upcoming short as a new song was written. Watch the trailer for the short featuring a clip of the song after the break!
It is not often that we get a trailer for a short film, but when it comes to the juggernaut that is Frozen, all of the rules are thrown out the window. The short will be attached to the Cinderella live-action film, and one could argue that the anticipation for the former is almost higher than for the latter. It makes sense, then, that the marketing team would make a push for the short and ensure that audiences are aware that when they pay to see Cinderella, they are seeing a new Frozen story for free (some might even say they are paying for the short while getting a feature film for free).
In the trailer that Disney has released, we get our first sneak peek at the song that will be featured in the short. Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, the talented songwriting team from the film, returned to write the brand new song. Listen closely as you watch the trailer in HD below:
Frozen Fever debuts in theaters with Cinderella this March 13th!