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Sky Cinema will exclusively show 'Olaf's Frozen Adventure' on Christmas Day.

The brand new standalone short film features some of the best-loved characters from Disney's phenomenally successful 'Frozen' film. The 21-minute film follows Olaf (Josh Gad) as he searches the kingdom of Arendelle to bring back a Christmas tradition for Anna (Kristen Bell) and Elsa (Idina Menzel).

It features four new songs: 'Ring in the Season', 'The Ballad of Flemmingrad', 'That Time of Year' and 'When We're Together'.

We'll see if they're as popular as 'Let It Go'.

"We are pleased to bring 'Olaf's Frozen Adventure' into homes for the first time on Sky Cinema this Christmas," said Ian Lewis, Sky Cinema group director. "We are committed to showing the very best content on our service and we know 'Frozen' is a family favourite and that our customers will enjoy having Olaf back on their screens as part of our extensive Christmas line-up."

'Olaf's Frozen Adventure' debuted in cinemas last month. It will premiere on Sky Cinema from 6am, with Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' following at 3:10pm.

It's also available to buy on YouTube and Google Play.

Sky has also launched three pop-up channels for the festive period: Sky Cinema Christmas, Sky Cinema Classics and Sky Cinema Musicals.

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