Disney Animation has unveiled the first teaser trailer for Frozen 2, the highly anticipated sequel to the global phenomenon Frozen - first released in 2013. But now the first trailer has arrived and it's particularly mysterious.
In the not-so-bright look at Frozen 2, Elsa, is working her magic to make progress across an ocean.
The film reunites directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck with Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, who wrote the songs for both movies. Along with our favorite reindeer Sven, of course.
We'd like to say that the wait for the follow-up to Disney's record-breaking "Frozen" didn't bother us.
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And can we PLEASE talk about how real that water looks? But the clip definitely teases a darker film than the original.
It scored two Oscars and is still listed as the highest-grossing animated film EVER, while also taking the #13 spot for biggest movie of all time. "Frozen" was adapted as a Broadway musical in 2018, where it was nominated for three Tonys.
Frozen 2 will be released in United Kingdom cinemas on November 22, 2019.
"Nothing is more exciting than getting back in the booth with this incredible team", he captioned an Instagram from inside a Frozen recording booth.