Meet the Snowgies in the new poster for Frozen Fever (Photo)


Meet the lovable little Snowgies from the upcoming Walt Disney animated short film Frozen Fever.

If there was ever a Walt Disney animated feature that has absolutely taken the world by storm, it has been the story of the love between two sisters told in the animated adventure Frozen.

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In just a matter of days, Frozen fans will get to revisit the magic all over again as the animated short Frozen Fever hits theaters alongside the latest Walt Disney live-action adventure Cinderella, starring Downton Abbey actress Lily James and Game of Thrones star Richard Madden as Cinderella and Prince Charming.

Back in February, fans got a look at a number of images from the upcoming family-friendly adventure that gave us our first real look at what we could expect from the film.

Now, we have a look at a new poster for the film that introduces us to a group of adorable new characters that may just help warm a frozen heart, the Snowgies.

In the new poster, which you can see below, we see sisters Anna and Elsa happy as can be as they prepare for Anna’s big birthday bash. Front and center is everyone’s favorite sun-loving snowman Olaf. Alongside them are the mischievous little Snowgies.

Meet the Snowgies in the promotional poster for “Frozen Fever.”

Photo Credit: Walt Disney

You see…in Frozen Fever, Elsa is attempting to prepare the castle to host a big birthday party for her sister Anna. There is just one little hitch in her plan, she has a bit of a cold. Something like this is bad enough for a normal girl, but imagine this same issue on a girl that has frozen powers.

Every time that Queen Elsa lets out a sneeze, more Snowgies come flurrying into the world.

Surprisingly enough, the version of the Snowgies you see in the poster were not always the way they were intended. In an interview with Yahoo! Movies, Frozen Fever producer Peter Del Vecho tells fans that the Snowgies started off as something much different, mini Olafs.

Thankfully, they decided to go another route with the characters.

"“We realized we wanted Olaf to remain pure, so quickly it evolved into these fun little snowballs we call ‘snowgies’ that bring a lot of mischief and fun to the short.”"

While we absolutely love Olaf, we can’t quite see him being the fatherly type as he is very much a free-spirited and fun loving kid at heart himself. Besides, there are some things in this world that you just shouldn’t mess with, and this is one of them.

It comes as no surprise that Walt Disney would be looking to expand on the Frozen brand. Frozen has brought in an amazing $440.7 million domestically. Along with the whopping $873.5 million the film has earned overseas, it has a worldwide gross of over $1.27 billion. Yes…billion.

Just what does the future hold for Anna, Elsa, and the rest of the Frozen gang? You won’t have to wait very much longer to find out, but you will have to see the live-action version of Cinderella to find out.

Cinderella and Frozen Fever are set to be released on March 13, 2015.

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