Josh Gad Shares Frozen Fans’ Brilliant Idea For a New Show Featuring Olaf
For Frozen fans of all ages, no Disney character has warmed their way into our hearts quite like the loveable snowman Olaf. Now that Frozen 2 has been around for a while, fans are envisioning a new role for this hilarious wee fella and have taken to Instagram to petition for a new role for the character voiced by Josh Gad.
If you’ve seen Frozen 2 you’ll already know that one of the most hilarious scenes in the film is Olaf giving the residents of the forest a quick re-cap on all of the events that took place in Frozen. It is truly a moment of comedic genius only matched by Gad’s “Samantha” line earlier in the film.
With that in mind, fans are suggesting a new role for Olaf that might fit nicely on the Disney Channel, Disney Junior or even Disney’s new streaming network Disney+.
It even gained a response from Gad himself. Check it out below and let us know what you think!?
If you’re all for this new role for Olaf, then be sure to pop over to Gads Instagram account and voice your opinion. Gad definitely has some pull with Disney execs these days and is rumoured to have been the force behind the new Honey I Shrunk The Kids reboot. So who knows!? This new series of short films with Olaf discussing the highlights of some of Disney’s much-loved films may just see the light of day!
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