Fans are now waiting for the return of Princess Ana, Queen Elsa, and Olaf on the big screen in “Frozen 2.” And to tease its viewers of what is about to come, Disney recently dropped a new trailer for the snowman’s short story titled “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure.” It will be seen in the upcoming movie, “Coco,” set to be released around Thanksgiving.

The first plan is to reveal the short movie on television, but there has been a change of plans, they are going to do the unveiling of it on the silver screen instead. And unlike any short stories of Disney and Pixar from the past, this one will be like a full-blown animated special running for 21 minutes.

The new trailer’s story

Olaf’s Frozen Adventure” will carry the Christmas’ theme as the main characters are busy preparing for the festivities.

The first “Frozen” movie was released in 2013. Four years have passed; fans are still waiting for “Frozen 2.” Although that’s the case, Disney treated the film’s followers with spin-off short stories, like “Frozen Fever” in 2015 and now the soon-to-be-released tale of Olaf.

As Queen Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel) announced the start of the Holidays, Princess Anna (voiced by Kristen Bell) asked her sister if they have any family tradition for Christmas. “I’m sorry, Anna. My fault we don’t have a family tradition,” the queen of Arendelle said.

Olaf (voiced by Josh Gad) felt sad with what he witnessed.

Thus, he instantly had an idea how to brighten up the two sisters' Christmas. He went straightly to Sven to help him search for different family traditions they could do on the Holidays.

The timing of ‘Frozen’ short movies

In “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure,” there will be a lot of Christmas trees, lights, candy canes, and dreidels that will surely make the festivity more magical.

Aside from that, fans will be treated to four new songs that might, once again, become phenomenon hits. These tracks are composed by Kate Anderson and Elyssa Samsel.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, chief creative officer for Disney and Pixar animation John Lasseter teased that unlike in “Frozen,” they will be all back in “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure” and won’t be separated again.

“And never going to close the doors again,” he said.

In “Frozen Fever,” they have experienced their first birthday. Now, in the new short movie coming in “Coco,” they all have their fist holiday. And as Lasseter explained, these two short stories perfectly fit in the coming “Frozen 2.”

There is continuity in the original film, two short movies, and even in “Frozen on Broadway” that will all lead in the upcoming sequel. In fact, it is all connected to the life of Princess Anna and Queen Elsa.