from making waves. The short film follow-up to
last March, will soon make the leap to airwaves.
Disney Channel will host the broadcast debut of
on Sunday, November 29, during a special screening of its summer hit
Before that, though, the cast of the network’s series
will showcase their own version of “Making Today a Perfect Day,” the main song from
, in a new music video. It will air Friday, November 13, after a new episode of
inspired a Disney Channel rendition. In summer 2014, two dozen of the network’s stars came together to record a new version of “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?”
Walt Disney Animation Studios Short Film Collection
This Sunday, the short’s snowgie characters will join Olaf as the spotlight of the 2015 holiday season Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom trading card, available exclusively at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Walt Disney World.
Are you excited for ‘Frozen Fever’ to join the rotation of interstitial shorts on Disney Channel? Will you listen to the new cover of “Making Today a Perfect Day”?
Well I’m again sick to death of Frozen and I really hate how the DC just exploits Frozen too with these music videos too
Personally I’m just sick of seeing it everywhere. I actually liked Frozen when it came out, and I loved “Let It Go.” However, it’s now been so overplayed, that if I didn’t hear it again for a couple years, I would be happy. Which is, coincidentally, another song ruined for me by overplay. :p
If I re-watched Frozen, I’m sure I would find it perfectly enjoyable, but the cultural over-saturation has currently left me with “chilly” feelings toward it.
I personally found the over-saturation to be a nice reminder of the good old days. This is the typical reaction of Disney features that wound up being humongous hits, and it feels not all that unlike the days of the early Disney Renaissance when Menken, Ashman, Rice, and Elton John songs ruled the world with their mighty, ear-wormy grips.
Exactly JMB. It’s for that reason I find it ironic that Haley Gilbertson has a Belle avatar. :p In the 90’s, the Big Four musicals from the early Renaissance were as overexposed as Frozen is now.
You are right in that Frozen’s grip over pop-culture is a nostalgic reminder of that previous golden era for Walt Disney Animation Studios. As a 90’s kid, I wholly appreciate it. 😀
What Disney have done with Frozen is far from excessive in comparison to what they ordinarily do. Apparently other movies can have parades and stage shows at Disney theme parks or even on Broadway, but not Frozen, specifically. They can have sequel-shorts like this one, but not Frozen, specifically. They can even have multiple full sequels without making people feel physically ill. Disney can continue to promote and exploit other Disney animated features and their characters for decades, but not Frozen, specifically. For some reason this movie about the true meaning of love is singled out as a particular target of hatred, even by–actually, I would say especially by–Disney and animation fans.
I guess it’s not “cool” to even tolerate something that so many of the general public liked (fanboys and fangirls are above those plebeians, right?)–it’s great up to a certain threshold, but beyond that a movie automatically becomes the target of every fan of an underrepresented or underappreciated (in their minds) movie, ever. Instead of actually letting it go, as they hypocritically demand others to do, these people choose to read everything related to Frozen and vent how sick it makes them feel, checking in again and again I’m sure, and nodding in satisfaction as others join in to supposedly validate this strange combination of jealousy by proxy and inability or to ignore something they don’t like.
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