"Frozen" fanatics, get ready to lose it: We have a first look at the film's short sequel, "Frozen Fever."
The seven-minute follow-up to the impossibly popular Disney flick features all the beloved main characters from the original film, including Olaf and Kristoff, all voiced by the original cast.
In the short, Elsa tries to throw Anna a birthday party but is thwarted by a pesky cold, which causes more chaos than anticipated. Codirector Chris Buck explains,
Elsa doesn't get a cold in the usual way. She's special. Surprising things occur that wreak a little havoc.
As Elsa desperately tries to set things straight, according to Buck, audiences will be introduced to “another side of [her]… we hadn't really played with in the original feature."
Additionally, fans of the “Frozen” soundtrack will be happy to know the follow-up flick features a new ridiculously catchy tune, penned by “Let It Go” writers Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez.
All in all, the seven-minute short is sure to appease “Frozen” fans everywhere -- at least until Disney agrees to create a full-length sequel.
“Frozen Fever” will be screened in select theaters this spring.