If the prospect of a new live-action version of Cinderella wasn’t enticing enough, the new Disney film is opening with a special added attraction: “Frozen Fever,” a short sequel to Frozen, the most popular movie (and most dastardly earworm) of 2013. And here I thought “Frozen fever” was a mental illness that made kids sing “Let It Go” over and over again until their parents begged for the sweet release of death. My mistake.
You love ‘Frozen’, but you've already seen the movie and listened to the soundtrack an infinite amount of times. What to do? Well, just keep counting down the days until March 13, when an all-new ‘Frozen’ adventure—‘Frozen Fever’—opens in theaters with Disney's ‘Cinderella’.
We’re still patiently awaiting confirmation of that ‘Frozen’ sequel, but until then, we’ll have something else to look forward to in addition to the ‘Frozen Fever’ short hitting theaters in the spring: A new ‘Frozen’ spinoff book which focuses on the troubled relationship between Anna and Hans, the nefarious charmer who tricks Anna into marrying him and then, you know, tries to kill her. The book is called ‘A Frozen Heart’ (which sounds like the name of a tween goth-pop band) and based on the description, this thing seems pretty similar to ‘Gone Girl.’
Guess what, parents? You're going to see Disney's live-action 'Cinderella' remake in theaters. Possibly more than once. Because that is when you, and more importantly the kids in your life, will be able to see the next 'Frozen' adventure—the short film "Frozen Fever"—for the first time.
While it's not a 'Frozen' sequel, fans of Disney's newest animated classic will be delighted to know that you'll definitely be seeing Anna and Elsa in yet another charming adventure -- the studio is planning an all-new animated short film titled 'Frozen Fever,' and you'll be seeing it sooner rather than later.