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Earlier today, the Walt Disney Co. announced plans to make a sequel to 2013’s Disney Frozen at the company’s annual shareholders meeting in San Francisco.

Since its release in November 2013, Disney Frozen has made nearly $1.3 billion globally at the box office and won the Academy Award for best animated feature. The largest grossing animated film ever, Frozen also inspired a robust line of consumer products, and was the No. 1 best-selling toy brand among girls in 2014, according to the NPD Group.

Details regarding Frozen 2’s plot and the release date have yet to be announced, but directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck will return for the sequel. Josh Gad, the voice of Olaf, was present during the announcement of the film and will also return for the sequel. No other returning characters were confirmed (although Kristen Bell seems pretty stoked about it).

Starting Friday, fans of Anna, Elsa, and Olaf can get their Frozen fix with a new short film, Frozen Fever, set to play in theaters ahead of Disney’s live-action film, Cinderella. Both the film and the short will premiere in theaters this Friday.

Check out the trailer for Frozen Fever:


And listen to the all-new song, Making Today a Perfect Day, from Frozen Fever: