AceShowbiz - Disney has unveiled an enchanting first trailer for "Frozen (2013)" short film, "Olaf's Frozen Adventure". The short film, which has a 21-minute duration, is set to be played before Pixar's "Coco" on November 22.
The trailer opens with Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel) addressing the crowd by saying, "Let the holidays begin!" Once Elsa and Anna (voiced by Kristen Bell) are inside the castle, the latter asks, "Do we have any traditions, Elsa?" to which Elsa replies, "I'm sorry, Anna. It's my fault we don't have a family tradition." This gives Olaf (voiced by Josh Gad) an idea to go with reindeer Sven to find out about people's holiday family traditions, so that he can tell Anna and Elsa about it later on.
The first family whom Olaf visits has a tradition of making candy canes during holiday. Olaf hilariously replaces his carrot nose with the candy cane and says, "Sugar rush!" The second family, meanwhile, has a tradition of cutting down a tree and dressing its cords with candles. "I love it!" exclaims Olaf. The trailer later shows breathtaking scenes where Anna and Elsa dance and sing together.
Like the original "Frozen", the short film has a vibe of both winter magic and warmth among family. It will be a nice prelude for those who can't wait for "Frozen 2", which is scheduled to be released on November 27, 2019.
"Frozen" was released in November 2013 to a massive commercial success. The animated movie inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen" nabbed $1.276 billion worldwide and was praised for its themes, musical numbers, screenplay and voice actors.