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Frozen Fever: 5 New details about Disney’s Frozen spin-off (VIDEO)

Frozen fans, we have some good news for you: The trailer for Disney’s short film, Frozen Fever, has just been released — and fans are already super-excited about it.

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The trailer for Frozen Fever is awesome, but there’s only one way to actually see the short film: it will air in theaters before screenings of Disney’s live-action film, Cinderella. The hotly anticipated Cinderella will debut on March 13 and star Lily James and Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett, but for now, here are some other things you should know about Frozen Fever.

1. Frozen Fever is about Anna’s birthday

The focus on the short film is Anna’s birthday, and Elsa gets Anna’s celebrations ready with a little help from the beloved Olaf. However, Elsa’s icy powers have a few unexpected consequences that could ruin Anna’s big day.

2. It will be directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee

Frozen Fever will no doubt be every bit as good as the Academy Award-winning Frozen, because it is going to be directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee — the two people responsible for bringing you Frozen.

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3. The original cast is back for the sequel

Frozen‘s original cast is back for the sequel and includes Kristen Bell as Anna, Josh Gad as Olaf, Idina Menzel as Elsa and Jonathan Groff as Kristoff.

4. It will be seven minutes of pure happiness

Frozen Fever may only be seven minutes long, but Frozen fans are content that the gang is already making its way back to our screens. That said, there has to be another movie coming next, surely?

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5. “Let It Go” hit makers are creating a new track

Frozen Fever has a brand-new song — a snippet can be heard in the trailer — created by the writers of the hit track “Let It Go,” Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez.

So if you want to watch the film, head over to theaters and catch Disney’s Cinderella. But for now, here’s the trailer to get you excited.

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