'Frozen 2' Trailer: The Disney Hit is Back to Melt Your Heart

Feb 15, 2019, 02:03
'Frozen 2' Trailer: The Disney Hit is Back to Melt Your Heart

Frozen 2 hits theaters November 22.

In the trailer, we see Queen Elsa attempting to conquer a massive body of water.

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We all have our hobbies. We also glimpses of woodsman Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and snowman Sven (Josh Gad) in seemingly unsafe situations. Additionally, we get a moment between two unknown characters - a boy and a girl. The original movie raked in more than $400 million at the box office in the United States, while garnering a little over $1 billion worldwide. It's plot centered on Princess Elsa of Arendelle, who possesses paranormal powers that allow her to control and create ice and snow. While the trailer only shows clips of the film, without letting us know what it's really about, it looks like the gang is all there and they are far away from home. The red-carpet interview was conducted around the same time rumors started swirling that Sterling K. Brown (This Is Us) and Evan Rachel Wood (Westworld) would potentially be joining the sequel.

The trailer reunites the cast of Idina Menzel (Elsa), Kristen Bell (Anna), Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and Olaf the snowman (Josh Gad), but the action looks darker than the first film.

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Thanks to the mysterious snowflake symbols in the trailer and poster, some fans think that the four symbols in the snowflake symbolise a different season.

Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee will return as co-directors for Frozen 2, with Lee also co-writing the screenplay alongside Allison Schroeder, who recently co-wrote the Academy Award-nominated Hidden Figures and Christopher Robin.

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The addition of trousers to the heroine's wardrobe is being celebrated by Frozen fans including one user who rightly points out: "you can't swim through a storm in some long a. dress".