7 Questions About 'Frozen Fever' Poster, Because Are Those Mini-Snowmen Supposed To Be Olaf's Children? — PHOTO
There are only a few days separating us from the release of Disney's live-action Cinderella — which, as everyone knows, will have a Frozen short called Frozen Fever playing ahead of the film. While I'm sure Cinderella will be a feminist fantasy story that we'll all be talking about for ages, I don't think I'm alone in being way more excited to see the continued animated adventures of Elsa, Anna, Olaf, and Kristoff. After all, Season 4 of Once Upon a Time gave us an interesting taste of what could have been, but I want to see Disney's take on what happened after the closing credits. Now Frozen Fever has a promotional poster to go with the short, and... guys, I have some questions.
The poster features a smiling Anna and Elsa standing back to back and looking at one another with sisterly love, as they do. Between them stands Olaf, who has his wooden arms wrapped around... mini-snowmen. In fact, the mini-snowmen dominate the bottom half of the poster. And, well, I'm still trying to understand what I'm seeing here. Did Olaf have children in this short? Why is Elsa's dress color scheme different? What is happening in this poster? Here are seven questions you'll probably have after looking at it.
1. Did Olaf Have Children?
And, like, how?!
2. How Many Children Did He Have?
Because it looks like the answer is a lot. However, according to Yahoo, "Enchanted Elsa has a cold, and when she sneezes, out pops the snowgies... these fun little snowballs we call ‘snowgies’ that bring a lot of mischief and fun to the short." Okay, this officially just got adorable.
3. Is The Entire Short About Anna And Elsa?
Since the summary of the short is that it features Elsa trying to plan a surprise party for Anna, I worried that it meant the two sisters wouldn't spend that much time actually in each other's company. From the promo clips and images, it looks like I was very wrong. Thankfully.
4. What's With Elsa's New Outfit?
I know she's happier now and all, but what happened to the snowflakes in her hair? Does she suddenly have Spring magic to go with all those flowers?
5. Are Elsa And Olaf Best Friends Now?
Frozen was all about developing the friendship between Anna and Olaf, the symbol of Elsa's love for her. It looks like Frozen Fever will give Elsa all the time in the world to bond with the snowman that she created to give Anna warm hugs.
6. Why Isn't Kristoff On This Poster?
I mean, I know the story is really about Anna and Elsa, but, hey, Olaf made it onto the poster. Where's Kristoff? Poor guy didn't even get a song in the movie, unless you count that one about reindeer. Speaking of, why isn't Sven on this poster?
7. How Short Is This Short?
Fingers crossed that by "short," Disney actually means "ten minute long extravaganza that will make you forget you actually came here to see Cinderella."
Check out the full poster below.