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Disney Announces New Opportunity for Websites to Get Unique Hits for Articles About Frozen by Announcing New Frozen Animated Short

Disney Announces New Opportunity for Websites to Get Unique Hits for Articles About Frozen by Announcing New Frozen Animated Short

Maybe we've got the order of importance mixed up here...

Source: The Wrap

To the cheers of all websites that love pageviews (which is all websites), Disney today announced a brand new animated short based on the hit movie Frozen, titled Frozen Fever. Debuting in Spring of 2015, the animated short will bring back the characters from Frozen under the care of Frozen directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, and it will feature a new song from Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, the songwriting team behind the obnoxiously ubiquitous Let It Go that ended up being more popular than even Frozen itself. Have we said Frozen enough times? Frozen Frozen Frozen.

Here's the premise, from The Wrap:

In ‘Frozen Fever,’ it's Anna's birthday and Elsa and Kristoff are determined to give her the best celebration ever, but Elsa's icy powers may put more than just the party at risk.


Sounds very clickable. In addition, Disney will be releasing a sing-along version of Frozen on blu ray in November, and kicking off a Frozen on Ice tour, the only time in the history of "On Ice" productions where it's been even remotely appropriate to put something "On Ice." The announcement of all this crap great news came at the end of ABC's Making of Frozen special tonight, and immediately spawned thousands of completely indistinguishable articles on every website on the internet.

"Everyone deserves a piece of the Frozen pie," explained Disney CEO Bob Iger at a press conference which he then abruptly cut short because he found himself facing an irresistible craving for pie. Stay tuned to The Outhouse, where we'll always bring you the latest news that's trending on the internet and likely to result in lots of website-nourishing clicks. 

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