The first trailer for Frozen Fever – the short film sequel to the popular animated movie Frozen – has been released, and it promises to be every bit as magical as the original. In the 30-second trailer fans can see the return of Princess Elsa and Princess Anna, and of course the lovable snowman Olaf.
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The new adventure joins the characters in summertime, with Elsa getting ready to throw a birthday party for her younger sister. Her preparations include making an incredible birthday cake which Olaf finds irresistible - the cheeky snowman can be seen tucking into the sweet treat in the promotional clip.
The trailer release comes just weeks after the first images and details from the seven-minute film were released.
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The second Frozen film features an even catchier song than Let It Go
At the beginning of February the film's director Jennifer Lee revealed that Elsa comes down with a cold in the animated short, telling USA Today that "surprising things occur that wreak a little havoc".
Co-director Chris Buck added: "It's another side of Elsa the audience hasn't seen before and we hadn't really played with in the original feature."
The mini-sequel will feature a new song that is set to be even catchier than Let it Go, which won the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 2014. The song's co-writers, husband-and-wife team Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, also worked together on the new track.
"If history is any indicator, kids will go nuts," said director Chris.
The original cast, including Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell and Josh Gad, are all reprising their roles for the short film.
It is not yet known whether bosses have decided to create a full-length feature, but the mini clip will air in UK cinemas from 3 April, ahead of Disney's Cinderella, and from 13 March Stateside.
Frozen, which was inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale The Snow Queen, drew love and admiration from both children and adults when it was released in winter 2013. The film accumulated nearly £863 million in worldwide box office revenue, making it the highest-grossing animated film of all time. It also gained a second Oscar for Best Animated Feature.