The first trailer for Disney’s Frozen 2 has arrived.
The film, which will be released in November, is a sequel to 2013’s Frozen, which became the highest-grossing animated movie of all time.
The original told the story of sisters Anna and Elsa and was loosely based on Hans Christian Anderson’s The Snow Queen.
Disney aren’t giving much away about the plot in the trailer, which clocks in at just under two minutes long.
Disney announced they would be making a sequel in 2015 and work began on it in September 2017.
The first trailer appeared online on Wednesday.
It’s left us with a lot of burning questions.
1. What’s with the dark new tone?
It’s a beautiful autumn in the kingdom of Arendelle, but ominous music signals that all is not well.
Kristen Bell’s Anna tries to cross dangerous looking rocks, and her sister Elsa (Idina Menzel) uses her icy powers to try to cross a stormy sea.
Later, Elsa and magical snowman Olaf (Josh Gad) are surrounded by flames. Anna’s fiance Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) races through the forest on his reindeer Sven, flanked by other reindeer.
In the final shot, Anna grabs Kristoff’s sword and lunges at the audience.
Who or what is threatening the kingdom? The trailer doesn’t show us, but the internet is excited anyway.
The trailer opens with a 40 second sequence of Elsa trying to cross a raging sea.
All those wild waves have spawned some an even wilder theory amongst some Frozen fans that the sequel is actually about… climate change!