For the first time in forever, we're finally getting our first look at the first trailer for Disney's Frozen II, the sequel to 2013's smash hit Frozen. If you were hoping for more details on the plot with this first full-length trailer ahead of the November release, you may be a bit disappointed. While this trailer doesn't provide a lot of details about the movie, it does show us that our favorite characters are back and ready to tackle another adventure.
In the first movie, Queen Elsa battled to control her ice queen powers, but in this installment, we're left wondering if she'll be powerful enough to save humanity against an unknown threat to her kingdom. In the trailer we see Queen Elsa struggling to control her power and learning to harness it more and more, but after a visit to Kristoff's troll family, she learns it may not be enough. "Elsa, the past is not what it seems,” troll Grand Pabbie tells the ice queen. "You must find the truth. Go North, across the enchanted land and into the unknown. But be careful, we have always feared Elsa’s powers were too much for this world. Now, we must hope they are enough."
Viewers aren't shown who the villain of this sequel is, but we know they must be incredibly powerful is Elsa's powers are in question. As with the first teaser trailer and the movie posters, we see that Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf venture North together, surrounded by a forest full of fallen leaves, but we still haven't been introduced to any new characters. We do see Elsa surrounded at one point by rock monsters who look eerily similar to the snow monster Elsa created in the first movie to protect her ice castle, leaving viewers to wonder if perhaps there's another person with similar powers that Elsa, Anna and the rest of the friends will encounter?
While Frozen felt light and fun and full of catchy tunes, this sequel definitely has a more serious tone, with no new signature song to be heard. The sequel promises to let us know why Elsa was born with the magical powers she has, and we're sure that while the trailers definitely hint at a bit of a more serious vibe, there is sure to be lots of fun, laughs, and incredible music as well.