The New Trailer For 'Frozen II' Has Dropped And We Can't Wait
The third trailer for Frozen II has just landed, giving us a final glimpse of what's to come when the long-awaited sequel finally launches on 22nd November.
The footage is action-packed, and it looks like it's all going down in the sequel of the much-loved Disney movie, with Elsa trying to discover why she was born with magical powers. And while the answers are calling her, they are also threatening her kingdom.
The latest trailer comes as the likely last instalment before the film drops, having already had two previous ones back in June and February - the initial one breaking the record for the most watched animated film trailer.
Disney is really getting us hyped for this one.
The new animation will see the return of Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad as Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf. But it will also see additions such as Sterling K.Brown from This is Us, and Evan Rachel Wood from Westworld, join the voices, playing Lieutenant Matthias and Elsa and Anna's mother, Queen Iduna respectively.
The sequel, directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, will take place three years later than the first Frozen film and explores why Elsa gained her frozen powers and the story behind Anna and Elsa's parents.
Whilst in the first film, Elsa thought her powers were too much for the regular world, in this film, her powers might not be enough to save her kingdom.
What we do know is that although Elsa was rumoured to be getting a girlfriend in Frozen II, she will likely have no romantic interest t all.
One of the film's songwriters, Kristen Anderson-Lopez, recently told IGN: "Like the first movie, Elsa is not just defined by a romantic interest.
"There's so many movies that define a woman by her romantic interest. That's not a story that we wanted to tell at this point in time."
Whatever happens, we just hope the new film has a song as catchy as 'Let it Go' or we'll be sorely disappointed - yes we're not ashamed to admit we love that song.
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