Fans of Disney's smash hit Frozen don't have to let it go anymore, because for the first time in forever we have our first look at Frozen 2! The house of mouse finally released the the teaser trailer for the hotly anticipated sequel and while it doesn't shed much light on the storyline for the second installment in the franchise, it does give us our first look at our favorite characters Queen Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Sven and of course, Olaf.
The almost two-minute teaser trailer opens with a shot of Elsa looking every bit the ice queen she is, attempting to cross an unforgiving sea by using her powers. Despite failing as she encounters a large wave, she looks more determined than ever to make her way through, giving herself a word of encouragement before trying, and failing, again.
The viewer is left to wonder what is on the other side of the water that is so important for Elsa to reach it, but the screen goes blank before they find out. Next up we see a worried looking Anna standing at the balcony in what viewers assume is her Arrendale castle before a shot of a very intense looking Kristoff riding Sven appears, accompanied by an entire herd of reindeer.
The trailer shows us that both Queen Elsa and her sister Princess Anna are going to face their fair share of drama yet again in the sequel that is said to take them far away from Arrendale. There is also a quick glimpse of at least one, if not two, new characters that audiences will be introduced to in the sequel. Actors Idina Menzel, (Queen Elsa), Kristen Bell (Princess Anna), Jonathan Groff (Sven) and Josh Gad (Olaf) all return to lend their voice talents once again in the sequel, with both Sterling K. Brown and Evan Rachel Wood being reported as new castmembers.
Released in 2013, Frozen became the highest grossing animated movie ever, taking in over $1.2 billion at the box office worldwide, and fans have been eagerly anticipating it's sequel ever since. While this new teaser trailer doesn't tell us much of what the storyline is for Frozen 2, it definitely suggests that it will take place in Autumn.
Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck have teamed up once again to direct the sequel that will be produced by Peter Del Vecho. In case you were worried that Frozen 2 won't deliver you an ear-worm worthy song like "Let It Go," songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez are also back and will no doubt deliver another award winning soundtrack that will be stuck in your child's head from the very first minute they hear it.
Frozen 2 is set to put a spell on the box office when it come to theaters on November 22, just in time for the holiday season!