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Sky has announced its festive film line-up. And it's a cracker.

Disney's 'Frozen' is the biggest premiere, although 'The Lego Movie', 'Muppets Most Wanted', 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' and 'Noah' are also airing for the first time.

'Toy Story That Time Forgot', a brand new festive TV special, will also premiere, and will feature Buzz, Woody and the rest of the gang. To celebrate, Sky Movies Disney will host a Disney-Pixar takeover weekend on December 6th-7th.

Sky will bring back its festive film channel Sky Movies Christmas from November 7th – that's this Friday. Offerings include favourites like 'Elf', 'Home Alone', 'Miracle on 34th Street', 'Love Actually', 'National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation', 'Die Hard', 'Gremlins' and 'Bad Santa'.

Sky Movies Greats will play host to an avalanche of snow-set films including 'Snow Day', 'Groundhog Day', '101 Dalmations', 'Die Hard 2', 'The Day After Tomorrow', 'March of the Penguins' and 'Cold Mountain'.

"We're committed to offering our customers the very best entertainment and flexibility over when and how they enjoy it all year round; we know family time is especially precious at Christmas and with UK TV premieres of 'Frozen', 'The Lego Movie' and 'Toy Story That Time Forgot' on the service, we hope customers will enjoy discovering the latest and greatest movies together, as well as revisiting festive classics on Sky Movies Christmas," Ian Lewis, director of Sky Movies, said.

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