So Olaf (Josh Gad) decides he’s going to visit various people around the city and learn what they do to celebrate so he can bring them back and help to save Christmas. Yes, it’s a basic idea on which to hang more time with the merry snow creature.
Kevin Deters and Stevie Wermers-Skelton directed this one, which will run as a 21-minute-long piece written by Jac Shaeffer. It features four new original songs from Elyssa Samsel and Kate Anderson and also stars Jonathan Groff’s Kristoff along with reindeer buddy Sven. Olaf’s Frozen Adventure will be in US cinemas with Coco when the Pixar film arrives there on 22 November. UK audiences may have to wait until Coco lands here on 19 January next year, which will be a little awkward given the Christmassy feel… Frozen 2, meanwhile, is out in 2019.