Frozen 2 fans have the chills as trailer reveals Anna and Elsa on dangerous journey to save their kingdom

Frozen 2 fans have the chills as trailer reveals Anna and Elsa on dangerous journey to save their kingdom

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FROZEN 2’s trailer finally dropped today – revealing Anna and Elsa on a dangerous journey to save their kingdom.

Fans got chills as they watched a teaser of the Disney sequel that’s got everyone talking.


Frozen fans are in for a treat as the sequel arrives this November[/caption]

It’s set three years on from the first film, with Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel returning as the main characters.

The trailer shows Elsa being called to the north by a strange sound, leading Anna, Olaf, Kristoff and Sven to travel out of Arendelle.

It opens with Anna and Elsa as children being told a bedtime story by their father.

He is heard saying: “Far away as north as we can go, once stood an enchanted forest.


Fans’ favourite characters are all back with a bang[/caption]


It kicks off with a flashback to Anna and Elsa’s childhood[/caption]

“It was a magical place. But something went wrong. Since then, no one can get in or out.”

The films focuses on Elsa discovering the origin of her magical powers, but she must overcome terrifying ordeals to protect her kingdom.


The sisters return to save the kingdom[/caption]

One excited fan said: “Now I‘m interested. This is something completely different from what I‘ve expected. But I try not to be too curious for it :/ #Frozen2.”

Another added: “Yay 2 months only, can’t wait to watch it.”

Someone else said: “This looks soooo gooooood 😍 i can’t wait till november!”

The film follows the debut of the Frozen theatre musical which premiered on Broadway in August 2018.

The first Frozen film came out in 2013 and raked in a whopping $1.219 billion (£950m) at the worldwide box office.

  • Frozen 2 will be released in cinemas on November 22.



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