Disney finally releases At Home Olaf Series 

Disney has produced a new collection of shorts, ‘At Home With Olaf,’ featuring the ‘Frozen’ film character.

Disney finally releases At Home Olaf Series, Disney animator Hyrum Osmond – the supervising animator of Olaf from the first film ‘Frozen’ – created the show to entertain fans who are at home in isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic and present the dumb magic snowman in a variety of amusing situations.

Josh Gad once again worked from his home to voice Olaf, and Osmond also worked from his home to produce the shorts that will air openly regularly on the Disney Magic Moments video site and on Walt Disney Animation Studios’ YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.

The first movie, ‘Playing With Snow’, is online now and shows Olaf throwing snowballs before unintentionally tossing the head off off a mini snowman.

On Twitter, Gad clarified that Jennifer Lee, the head of Disney Animation and the producer of ‘Frozen 1’ and ‘Frozen 2’ called him to tell him that the studio was producing those shorts and asked if he could reprise Olaf’s voice.

On Twitter, Gad clarified that Jennifer Lee, the head of Disney Animation and the producer of ‘Frozen 1’ and ‘Frozen 2’ called him to tell him that the studio was producing those shorts and asked if he could reprise Olaf’s voice.

Revealing his nerves about recording from home, Gad-who is going to share the shorts on his own social media channels-tweeted: “My friends @alittlejelee & @mrhyrum called me up one day and asked me if I could record 2 dialog & sounds like Olaf from home. Hyrum & @DisneyAnimation’s little shorts are so charming and hopefully give a smile during this time.It was a bit of a challenge because technically I’m not nice and now we release Olaf shorts! ”

Gad, 38, is sure to be pleased to be voicing Olaf again as he previously expressed his disappointment about the prospect of never getting Olaf back to life again after ‘Frozen 2’ was published last year. He said: ‘Wake up this morning and realize: I might have played Olaf for the last time. Who knows what the future holds, but if that is the case, thank you all for embracing this small bundle of optimism, naivete and now existentialism. I hope he bought u as much joy as he has me.

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