There are no words for the 'Frozen II' trailer

For years, audiences have been anxious to return to the world of Arendelle, the incredible fantasy kingdom introduced in Walt Disney Animation‘s acclaimed 2013 feature “Frozen”. Today, the studio is offering fans a first glimpse at the upcoming “Frozen II” in the form of an all new trailer that sets a surprisingly serious tone for the new adventure.

Although no official plot synopsis for “Frozen II” has yet been released, the trailer suggests that we’ll see a lot of the world beyond Arendelle alongside the return of Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and Olaf with Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad reprising their respective roles.

Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, the directors behind the original “Frozen,” are returning for “Frozen II” with Lee again providing the screenplay from a story that she developed with Buck and Shane Morris.

It also took home two Academy Awards, including Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song for Elsa’s iconic “Let it Go”.

The original “Frozen” was a massive box office success, pulling in more than $1.2 billion worldwide.

“Frozen II” is set for release on November 22, 2019.

Silas Lesnick is the Senior Editor of Moviebill. He has been covering entertainment news out of Los Angeles for more than a decade. You can reach him via e-mail or on Twitter.



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