Anna and Elsa return in first teaser for Frozen 2


Frozen 2 comes out November 22.

Walt Disney Pictures and Walt Disney Animation Studios have released the first official Frozen 2 teaser trailer!

Disney aren't giving much away about the plot in the trailer, which clocks in at just under two minutes long.

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Disney released the long-awaited "Frozen 2" teaser trailer on Wednesday - and it does not disappoint.

Co-director Jennifer Lee teased that the characters are "going to go far out of Arendelle" in the sequel for a "bigger, more epic" journey. "We sat down as she was writing the second one and she said 'ya know you had a hand in creating this character". It makes sense that the franchise would grow up with its audience though, and I'm sure they'll be plenty of heart-warming moments to go along with the scary ones too.

Bell and Menzel return once again to voice Anna and Elsa, alongside Gad as chatty snowman Olaf and Groff as hunky mountain-man Kristoff.

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In the meantime, check out some new photos in the gallery and watch the trailer below. New cast members include Evan Rachel Wood and Sterling K. Brown in undisclosed roles. Frozen earned over 1.2 billion worldwide, making it the highest grossing animated film of all time.

Let It Go, the theme song from the first Frozen movie, has become a powerful LGBTQ anthem.

"For me. Elsa's every day telling me where she needs to go, and she'll continue to tell us".

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