‘Frozen’ Releases ‘Making Today A Perfect Today’ On iTunes Ahead Of Short Film’s Release

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Is anyone still feeling the hype for Disney’s smash hit Frozen? Due to the success of the monster hit 2013 film, Frozen is releasing a new short to theaters, and the new song from the short has already been released to iTunes.

Unlike last time when people had to watch the film over and over to memorize all the lyrics, perhaps some people will be singing along to the song “Making Today A Perfect Day’ before the film is even released.

The upcoming short film is fittingly called Frozen Fever, as that was what the majority of the world came down with when people all over were singing along to the film’s hit songs such as “Let It Go” and “Do You Want To Build A Snowman?”

Frozen Fever‘s new song “Making Today A Perfect Today” features Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell. The two of them reprise their roles as Queen Elsa and Princess Anna, respectively.

In addition to Menzel and Bell, the upcoming short film will feature the return of Frozen’s voice actors Jonathan Groff as Kristoff, Josh Gad as Olaf, everyone’s favorite snowman, and Chris Williams will voice the owner of Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post and Sauna.

The short film Frozen Fever will debut in theaters on Friday, March 13th, and be featured along with the live action adaptation of the Disney tale Cinderella. Cinderella features Lily James in the title role with Cate Blanchett playing the evil stepmother.

Feeding off of the film’s past success at the box office, some people may go see Cinderella simply to be able to see Frozen Fever. The 2013 blockbuster hit quickly became the highest grossing animated film of all time, and even inspired a tour of Frozen On Ice.

Frozen‘s soundtrack was also a huge deal when the film came out, and despite the short length of the new film, it is likely that the one song could generate a large amount of fans as well. Are you excited for the new short, or has the Frozen appeal worn down?

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Tobias Roth received his bachelor's degree in English with a concentration on Film Studies from Michigan State University. He loves movies, being outdoors and enjoys a good game of ultimate frisbee. He also has a passion for animals, the environment, and learning new things.