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Who’s Got ‘Frozen Fever’? New ‘Frozen’ Short Coming Spring 2015!
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We can’t get enough of the cold and Disney knows it!

Walt Disney Animation Studios revealed during the September 2nd ABC Television Network special The Story of Frozen: Making an Animated Classic, that a new short, Frozen Fever is debuting next spring.

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Watch Now: Full Theatrical Trailer For Disney’s ‘Frozen’ Starring Kristen Bell
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The first trailer for Disney’s Frozen was a relatively disappointing one. But you’ll definitely warm up to the full theatrical trailer for the upcoming animated film from Chris Buck (Tarzan) and Jennifer Lee (Wreck-It Ralph).

Watch the full trailer here below.

Frozen centers on Anna (voiced by Kirsten Bell) a fearless adventurer who partners up with Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), an extreme mountain man, to find her sister, the Snow Queen (Idina Menzel), and put an end to a spell that has trapped their kingdom in eternal winter.

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Disney In Depth: ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ and the State Of Disney Animation
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Wreck-It Ralph smashed box office records for a Disney animated film in its opening weekend, and won over critics and audiences no less. With its creativity, heart and passionate storytelling, Wreck-It Ralph signals Walt Disney Animation Studios is back in the game, so to speak. This edition of Disney In Depth will explore what has led up to this new hit for the studio, as well as what awaits.

Many individuals say the Disney Renaissance began with 1989’s The Little Mermaid, with following entries Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, and The Lion King reaching even greater heights – everyone seems to leave out the forgotten The Rescuers Down Under. Regardless, this represented a period of unparalleled imagination and inspiration within the studio, continuing for several years to follow. Then came the slump. Audiences were no longer interested in musicals, so it seemed, and Disney animation switched gears into the sci-fi realm with productions like Atlantis: The Lost Empire and Treasure Planet. Computer animation emerged, and with that advent Disney entered the new arena with misses like Chicken Little and the awkward-yet-smart Meet the Robinsons. None of these performed all that wonderfully. It had appeared as though Disney lost its touch. But the studio had some exciting developments up their sleeve.

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Disney In Depth: The Future Of Disney Animation (Frozen, Paperman & Wreck-It Ralph) – A Recap Of D23’s Destination D Event
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At the bi-annual Destination D event at Anaheim’s Disneyland Hotel last week, the Disney D23 Official Disney Fan Club hosted a series of events that focused on the legendary history of Disney animated features. Hundreds of Disney fans gathered inside the resort’s convention center to obtain exclusive access to lectures, concerts and footage. Over the coming weeks inside Disney In Depth, I will cover some of those topics featured in the fascinating presentations held at Destination D. As for now, this edition will focus on the exciting future of the division we know as Disney animation.

Walt Disney Animation Studios appears like it is entering that third renaissance we have all been waiting for. With the beautiful The Princess and the Frog and delightful Tangled leading the way, the studio that suffered from creative missteps like Home on the Range is now producing hit films that resonate with audiences and appeal to critics to boot. During “Inside Walt Disney Animation Studios Today,” animator Darrin Butters hosted an appealing round-up of the studio’s newest projects.

Warning: This edition contains some spoilers of details mentioned at the event.

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