Remember Disney’s cutest snowman Olaf from Frozen? Well, get ready for some at-home melting stories by your beloved character. By Manya Saini

 

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Disney animators are being productive at home, and we have full evidence of the same. At Home With Olaf, starring Disney’s beloved snowman, Olaf from Frozen is here to entertain you and your family during the lockdown.  Yes, you read it right! Animator Hyrum Osmond and film director Jennifer Lee have created a short series remotely called At Home With Olaf, which can be accessed free all over the world so that you can catch Olaf having some Fun With Snow or just do some Fishin in the new releases.

 

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The most remarkable aspect of the project is that the production process has been completely virtual, from the animation to Josh Gad’s dubbing of the voice of Olaf, it has all been done safely from the artist’s home. The first shot released is about 50 seconds long, with Olaf adorably tossing around snowballs in Arendelle. It’s worth mentioning that it took a team of 75 people and four years to complete the animations for Frozen 2. Therefore, keeping in mind the effort and technology required to make something like this, Osmond has no doubt done an outstanding job from home.

 

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The announcement of this fun series was on the official Twitter handle of Disney Animation, that said, “Starting this week, enjoy an all-new original Disney Animation digital series with everyone’s favourite snowman, Olaf. #AtHomeWithOlaf created at home by Hyrum Osmond. Voiced from home by Josh Gad. #DisneyMagicMoments.”

If you haven’t seen the most world’s most charming snowman yet, then you’re in luck! The Academy Award-winning Frozen (2013) and its sequel Frozen 2 (2019), both are available online on the new Disney+ Hotstar platform in India.

Quarantine just got a whole lot cuter! If you’re going stir-crazy at home, maintain social distancing but make it fun with one of the most loveable characters of recent times.

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