While Disney's "Coco" remains a hit at the box office, those going to see it after December 8 will be relieved to know that Disney is getting rid of the much-griped-about short film that plays in theaters beforehand.
The 2013 film "Frozen", which featured Olaf the snowman, was wildly popular and grossed more than $1.2 billion worldwide. Instead, theaters will be encouraged to use the freed-up time to air even more showings of Coco each day.
"This was always promoted as a limited run so it's not really a story - the end of our Olaf theatrical play is coming next week", a Disney representative told the outlet.
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Disney have yet to confirm whether the extra 22-minutes will be replaced by another short movie before the screening of Coco, but if viewer's complaints are anything to go by the new move will definitely have a warmer reception. "All our ads and messaging called it as such".
Quite aside from the fact that Olaf's Frozen Adventure was a bit different from previous Disney Pixar shorts, according to Movieweb it was the long duration of the mini film that left parents "aggressive" and grumpy. It was originally meant to be an ABC TV special, before the decision was made to release it alongside Coco.
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Er, you can still see Olaf's Frozen Adventure in United Kingdom cinemas though, if you want.
"In addition to the issues with its length, people accused the short of detracting from Coco, with one Twitter user noting that "@Disney just couldn't let brown people have their moment".
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