Plenty for Frozen fans to be getting on with. This is the first time Kristoff and Elsa interact with and to speak to one another. It’s Christmas Eve, and a poor little match girl finds visions of happiness in the flames of the matches she lights to keep warm. As Anna escorts her home, Elsa feels she ruined her perfect birthday but Anna tells her she hasn't. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page. , It was first revealed by the directors during a March 2015 interview with BuzzFeed that Walt Disney Animation Studios came up with the possibility of a short in April 2014, but were reluctant due to wondering why Frozen became very successful. Can I Download Movies & Shows On Disney+ ? Frozen's Olaf is being given his own origin story in a brand new original short on Disney+.
When Olaf is sitting on a table and says to Kristoff and Sven that he cannot read or spell, he still has blue frosting on his mouth while Elsa begin to wake up Anna, but when he, Kristoff, and Sven fell asleep, his mouth is clean. Olaf manages to rehang the letters, but since he cannot read or spell, they spell "Dry Banana Hippy Hat" (and "Happy Hairy Ant Band".). The scene where Elsa wakes up Anna to wish her a happy birthday is quite similar to the scene in the first film where Anna wakes up Elsa when they were young kids. Television. Meanwhile, Elsa leads Anna to their last stop, where at the top of the clock tower was her last gift. Read on for how and when you watch Frozen 2 in the UK on Disney Plus. This site includes affiliate links. , The Disney animation crew used Hyperion, a new rendering system which was used for both Big Hero 6. , The song in the short was revealed to be "Making Today a Perfect Day". When Kristoff spots several little snowmen climbing up to the cake, he grabs Olaf's head like a bowling ball and takes aim. Anna and Elsa follow the string all over Arendelle. "Cut to six months later, I'm with my wife and we're screening it with Kristen Bell (who voices Anna) and Idina Menzel (Elsa) and the creatives," Gad continued.  Forbes' Scott Mendelson mentioned that the short was "cute" and "really sweet", opining that it "works just as well as a gorgeous and funny romp for those who just want to spend another five minutes in the world of Arendelle. 25 Mar. Digital Spy participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links to retailer sites. "I turned to my wife – who's the most critical person I know – and she looks at me and she goes, 'This is really special, this is really, really special' and I left it there being like, 'OK we hit the mark'.". Frozen Fever is an animated short sequel to the 2013 film Frozen.  Variety announced on the same day that the short's release would be in spring 2015 under the title "Frozen Fever", along with Lee and Buck coming back as directors, Peter Del Vecho returning as the producer, and Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez writing the song.