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'Olaf's Frozen Adventure' Will End Run in Theaters Ahead of 'Coco' on Friday

'Olaf's Frozen Adventure' Will End Run in Theaters Ahead of 'Coco' on Friday

Olaf’s Frozen Adventure is officially leaving the movie theaters this week — something that we’re sure some people will be very thankful for.

The animated featurette, which serves as a bridge to the next Frozen movie, won’t be shown ahead of Pixar’s Coco starting next week — so where can you watch it?

Most likely, somewhere in ABC’s holiday programming — or maybe on YouTube, as that’s what Disney did for Tangled Ever After a few years back. We’ll have to wait to hear from Disney for the final word.


The short film sees Olaf on a search for holiday traditions for Princess Anna and Queen Elsa.

EW is also reporting that the featurette was always meant to be pulled after a few short weeks from Coco.

“This was always promoted as a limited run so it’s not really a story – the end of our Olaf theatrical play is coming next week,” a Disney rep shared. “All our ads and messaging called it as such.”

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Movie Goers Did Not Love 'Olaf's Frozen Adventure' As Much As They Thought They Would

Movie Goers Did Not Love 'Olaf's Frozen Adventure' As Much As They Thought They Would

Just before Coco hit theaters, not only was there excitement for the movie itself, which celebrates the Day of the Dead and Mexican culture — but also for the short film ahead of it, Olaf’s Frozen Adventure.

But just after a few days, movie goers were not loving it at all. In fact, they kind of hated it.

The biggest complaint of all was that it was NOT short at all — it was 21 minutes long, which definitely beats all the other Disney Pixar and Disney short films out there by a mile.

“Is there an option to watch coco without the frozen movie??? @Disney just couldn’t let brown people have their moment,” one movie goer wrote.

Another adds, “Went to watch Coco, super adorbs! But that 20min Frozen “preview” was torturous.”

Reddit users definitely had some opinions about it too:

TELL JJJ: Did you go and see Coco? What did you think of Olaf’s Frozen Adventure?

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Josh Gad Says 'When We're Together' Will Be Song of the Season!

Josh Gad Says 'When We're Together' Will Be Song of the Season!

The voice of Olaf, Josh Gad, is opening up all about Olaf’s Frozen Adventure!!

In a recent interview, the actor dished on his fan favorite character, the new songs, holiday traditions, and more!

On the new Anna and Elsa duet: “There is a number at the end of this short called “When We’re Together” that I really truly believe is going to become, knock on wood, the breakout song of the holiday season. As sung by Idina [Menzel] and Kristen [Bell], it’s a song that absolutely captures the essence of what Frozen is all about in terms of family. And it delivers on that message in a way that is so immediately refreshing and iconic and wonderful that I guarantee you won’t be able to leave the theater without humming and singing it.”

On holiday traditions in Frozen: “Without giving anything away, along the journey our characters discover that the tradition that’s probably most valuable is family itself. There’s a wrinkle to that; there’s obviously a twist of what that means to these particular girls. But this bond Anna and Elsa share and by extension Kristoff and Sven, and of course, Olaf, that is something that is, in and of itself, the most powerful element there is. It’s a bond that connects them and protects them. The joy and the memories that our characters have is tied to that bond. And it’s tied to that idea of family. Creating your own traditions as opposed to trying to take on other people’s traditions is very much a part of the journey of discovery that our characters go on in the film.”

For more from Josh‘s interview, head to EW.com!

Josh Gad Jokes That His Olaf Voice From 'Frozen' is His Real Voice

Josh Gad Jokes That His Olaf Voice From 'Frozen' is His Real Voice

Josh Gad is known and beloved for his hilarious role as Olaf in Frozen, but his daughters are totally over it.

“I read to them constantly,” Josh explained on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. “Nobody wants to be [Olaf]. Not in my household. It’s sad.”

When asked if he reads to his daughters in his Olaf voice, he broke out laughing.

“Well, it’s my voice,” he said. “They’re saying. read as Daddy not as Olaf! and I’m like, I don’t decipher between the two! It’s me, Daddy!”


Having a father with an Olaf storytime voice definitely doesn’t sound like the worst thing in the world!

Watch the full interview below:


Josh Gad Can’t Stop Using His Olaf Voice

Jonathan Groff Confirms 'Frozen 2' Finally Has a Release Date

Jonathan Groff Confirms 'Frozen 2' Finally Has a Release Date

The release of the animated movie Frozen was an immediate success. The entire world still can’t stop singing “Let it Go,” and it has even been adapted into a Broadway musical.

Now, finally, we have some information about when the sequel is coming.

“They are doing another Frozen,” Jonathan Groff (Kristoff) told ITV’s Lorraine today (October 11).

“I actually just started recording Frozen 2 last month. I think it’s going to be released in November 2019. It’ll be here before you know it.”


Well, we wouldn’t exactly say that’s soon, but if there’s anything we’re willing to wait for, it’s this.

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