For the very first time, Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel – Disney’s Princesses Elsa and Anna – will perform together for the first time on television.
The duo will perform When We’re Together from the new Disney featurette, Olaf’s Frozen Adventure, on Disney Park’s and ABC’s The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Celebration (Thursday, November 29th, 9/8C).
Menzel will also perform on Disney Parks Magical Christmas Celebration (Monday, December 25th, 10am/9C).
The Frozen story will continue in the form of Olaf’s Frozen Adventure – a short that will accompany Walt Disney Animation Studio’s Coco on November 22nd.
It’s the first holiday season since the gates reopened and Anna and Elsa realize that their family has never been able to establish a holiday tradition – so Olaf sets out to research holiday traditions and create one for them.
When Disney’s Cinderella premieres on March 13th, it will be accompanied by a Frozen mini-sequel, as Elsa and Kristoff plan the perfect birthday party for Anna. Unfortunately, Anna has a cold – and that could prove problematic!
Check out the trailer for Frozen Fever following the jump.
On Tuesday, September 2nd (8/7C), ABC is presenting The Story of Frozen: Making A Disney Animated Classic. The one-hour special is hosted by Josh Gad, the voice of Olaf the Snowman, and will feature interviews cast members and the filmmaking team.
It will also feature a sneak peek at Disney’s next animated feature, Big Hero 6. For details, follow the jump.
Idina Menzel, whose showstopping performance of Let It Go was one of the highlights of Disney’s hit animated feature, Frozen, will perform the song at the Oscars®. This will be the Tony Award®-winning actor’s first time performing for the global audience the Oscars® telecast draws.
The Oscars, hosted by Ellen DeGeneres, will air on SUNDAY, MARCH 2 live on ABC. Check out the press release after the jump while I go pout because Do You Want To Build a Snowman didn’t make the cut…
How odd is it that, for the third straight time, Disney Animation has released a better film than Pixar? In fact, Disney’s Frozen – a very loose retelling of Hans Cristian Andersen’s The Snow Queen – is easily the best animated film of the year.