Let It Blow! Elsa’s Boogers To Appear As Characters In New ‘Frozen’ Short

Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent
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Although it seems like everyone just quit chiming in to sing “Let It Go,” “Frozen Fever” — the short film following “Frozen” — is already here, and it premieres Friday. There’s just one problem. It seems like the short has a gross new character: Elsa’s boogers. The poster features Elsa and Anna, who are surrounded by these teeny adorable snowballs, with Olaf in the middle clutching two of them.

Poster for new 'Frozen' short film

(Photo: Disney)

However, these “snowgies” are actually the result of Elsa’s severe cold and the snot that comes with it. When she sneezes, a mischievous snowgie pops out. Gross. Producer Peter Del Vecho said the dried nasal mucus characters didn’t start off having a big role in the film. “We realized we wanted Olaf to remain pure,” he said. “So quickly it evolved into these fun little snowballs we call ‘snowgies’ that bring a lot of mischief and fun to the short.” Elsa and her boogers take on the big screen starting Friday, March 13, before the remake of the Disney classic “Cinderella.”

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