12 Things we know about the Frozen Fever short film in GIFs

Dec 3, 2014 at 8:11 p.m. ET
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Disney has just released a whole slew of details about its upcoming short film, Frozen Fever, and let's just say, it definitely has us feeling feverish with excitement, despite the December chill.

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1. It will air in front of Cinderella in theaters — check out the trailer below

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2. It will open with the live-action film on Mar. 13, 2015

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3. This is the second short film to accompany a feature Disney has done; the first was Tangled Ever After

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3. It takes place on and around Anna's birthday

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4. Elsa and Kristoff want to plan Anna a big surprise party, but with a party comes a lot of stress

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5. Elsa's powers might just make the celebration a little more icy than desired

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6. Aside from details of the story, Disney has also released a Frozen Fever logo

Frozen Fever LogoPhoto credit: Disney

7. The entire Oscar-winning team will be back for the short film

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8. There will be a new original song by "Let it Go" writers, Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez

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9. Directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee will be back to direct the short

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10. Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad and Jonathan Groff will reprise their roles as Anna, Elsa, Olaf and Kristoff, respectively

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11. Let's be honest, we just really can't wait to see more Olaf

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12. This is the first project to reunite the Frozen crew following the film, but a feature-length sequel is definitely in the works