Ever since its release, Olaf’s Frozen Adventure has received negative reception from critics and audiences. Having been attached to screenings of Pixar’s Coco, those anticipated for the full-length feature responded poorly to the short with its lengthy runtime of 22 minutes. There is now a rumor that Disney will remove the short from Coco screenings starting December 8th. Jon Negroni, the creator of the Pixar Theory, posted a tweet mentioning Disney apparently sending memos to theaters to remove the short, which can be seen below:

In addition, a Reddit user named natedoggcata made a post describing the memo that Disney has sent to theaters. Although Disney has not made an official statement, this post suggests that part of Negroni’s tweet is valid. The Reddit post can be seen below:

Time will tell if theaters actually pull the short from Coco screenings, although it would not be surprising if they did. After all, removing it from all screenings will mean that more Coco screenings could be added across theaters. More showtimes for Coco provide more chances for Disney and Pixar to gain their money back.

What do you think about the possibility of Olaf’s Frozen Adventure being removed from Coco screenings? Be sure to tweet your thoughts at @superbromovies.

Mark Tan

Sources: Twitter, Reddit

Olaf’s Frozen Adventure is now available in theaters preceding screenings of Coco.

Olaf’s Frozen Adventure – When the townspeople unexpectedly leave early to enjoy their individual holiday customs, Anna and Elsa realize they have no family traditions of their own. So, Olaf sets out to comb the kingdom to bring home the best traditions and save this first Christmas for his friends.

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