17 Tweets About Olaf's Height In 'Frozen 2' That'll Make You Scream Forever
People love Frozen and Frozen 2 movies because of all the warm and fuzzy feelings they evoke. However, fans recently learned some truly disturbing info about one of the movie series' characters, and it could change the way they look at the films forever. Apparently, there's a rumor going around that Anna's lovable, childlike snowman-friend Olaf is way bigger than anyone thought, clocking in at a whopping 5-feet-4-inches tall. Suffice it to say, people are taking this news pretty rough. These tweets about Olaf's height in Frozen 2 highlight the sheer horror (and, in some rare cases, joy) surrounding this big revelation.
For your own peace of mind, it's important to note this tidbit of information is not confirmed as canon. According to PopSugar, a since-edited entry on the Frozen Wiki page revealed the snowman's monstrous height, but that fact is no longer listed on the site, and many fans remain unconvinced he could really be that tall. Regardless of its validity though, ever since Twitter caught wind of Olaf's supposed height, the internet has not been the same. First, there are fans who are shocked to realize Olaf is even taller than they are. Then, there are the ones who are wondering what the implications of this gigantic height are for Elsa, Anna, and the rest of the Frozen characters. And then there are those fans who are simply celebrating Olaf in all his very tall glory.
The fan investigations are ongoing. Some viewers are comparing Olaf to other characters from outside the Frozen universe to try to gain a better perspective. Honestly, it still doesn't make sense, but some charts do help illustrate his massive height.
There's a lot about Olaf's height that really doesn't add up, so this investigation is likely far from over. All I know for sure is that the image of a human-sized Olaf will haunt me for a long time.
If you need to get some more firsthand evidence, Frozen is currently streaming on Disney+ and Frozen 2 is in theaters now.