Five feet four, you say? (Image: DISNEY) Frozen fans had a bit of fusion (pun certainly planned) after discovering Olaf the snowman is five feet four.
We have so many questions.
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After the fans searched the search for everyone’s favorite snowman, expressed by Josh Gad, they were left with quite disturbing results.
“ Olaf went with Anna and Elsa in the yard to greet the citizens, and wait for the arrival of Yule’s bell,” an entry now deleted on the Snow Queen Wiki. “Meanwhile, he borrowed a ruler from a citizen, and he discovered that he was 5 feet 4 inches.”
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Fans do not know what to do with it (Photo: Rex Features) Some fans of the film were afflicted to find out that the snowman is bigger than them, and questions about the size of the rest characters have occurred.
Have Elsa and Anna been Amazonian all this time? Who can say?
‘I just discoverrolaf is bigger than me.. a lot to think,” one wrote and the other added: “I can’t F***ING believe I’m shorter than OLAF I hate the little runt that I’m going to tear off her nose F***ING.”
Sure to say some don’t take the news too well.
“ I REFUSE TO BEVIVE THAT OLAF IS BIGGER THAN ME NO,” said another fan in distress, asking: “IF OLAF IS 5’4 THAN HOW HUMAN PEOPLE? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
People have a lot of questions (Photo: Twitter) It’s not even the first time fans have been left terrified by a cartoon character because of their size, with Peppa Pig previously revealed to be seven feet one.
However, the news didn’t have too much effect on the sequel to the movie Disney, which features Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell, after beating $350 million (£271 million) on its opening weekend.
According to comScore figures, in Canada, in the United States Frozen 2, took $127 million (£98 million) and $223 million (£173 million) abroad on its first weekend, resulting in a bump of £350 million (£271 million) in the pockets of parents from all over the world.
In turn, it became the biggest opening ever seen for a Disney movie. Tall Olaf would sify.