The Frozen 2 Teaser Trailer is Here!

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Are you excited about Frozen 2 and the inevitable influx of children singing the songs for the next 12 years, or no?

Idina Menzel is back as Elsa along with Kristen Bell as Princess Anna (Kristen Bell), Josh Gad as Olaf, and Jonathan Groff as Kristoff.

For the first time in forever, fans have been treated to new footage from the Frozen universe, and the true love is thawing even the most cynical tweeters' hearts.

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

One fan guessed: "3 new characters with spring magic, summer magic and autumn magic?"

At the beginning of the teaser, we have Elsa essentially testing out her powers on the ocean, hinting at a greater understanding of her own self. We're still unsure who new cast members Evan Rachel Wood (Westworld) and Sterling K. Brown (This Is Us) are meant to play, but it's possible they could be behind these new faces. That's what was really good about the short [2015's Frozen Fever ] - we could have fun with Elsa.

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The original told the story of sisters Anna and Elsa and was loosely based on Hans Christian Anderson's The Snow Queen. The final shot, of our trusty reunited crew striding through a forest, ends with a feisty Anna sensing something behind them and drawing Kristoff's sword. The original 2013 film was a global phenomenon, earning more than $1.2 billion at the worldwide box office.

"Frozen 2" will hit theaters November 22, 2019.

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