The upcoming sequel of Disney’s Frozen is enticing the audience with its dark magic only. With Frozen 2 incoming, stakes are getting much and much higher with less time. Disney recently has released a new full trailer for the upcoming animated adventure. And that is all fans are talking about.
The sequel of Disney’s most successful movie is just two months away from its premiere. And they are not leaving any chance to present the sequel as strong as they can. That is because the debut Frozen movie brought an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film to Disney and also made it the highest-grossing animated film till 2019.
Frozen 2 will introduce some new voices too. The sequel will feature Evan Rachel Wood as Elsa’s mother, Queen Iduna. And she will be accompanied by Sterling K Brown, who will voice Lieutenant Destin Matthias, leader of a group of Arendelle soldiers trapped in the woods. Meanwhile, Idina Menzel is returning as Elsa, Kristen Bell as Anna, Jonathan Groff as Kristoff and Josh Gad as Olaf are reprising their characters from the first Frozen movie.
Frozen 2: Posters Released
Yesterday only, Disney has released four new posters of upcoming Frozen sequel, featuring fan-favorites Elsa (Idina Menzel), Anna (Kristen Bell), Olaf (Josh Gad), Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and Sven. In one of the poster, Elsa is using her power against some pink energy (maybe from the enchanted forest). They also shown Anna, Olaf and Kristoff, along with Swen on the magical-mysterious journey. The posters are so intriguing, that fans are craving to have the sequel as asoon as possible.
Ready for more #Frozen2? Check out the brand-new character posters from the film, in theaters November 22. pic.twitter.com/TSUVGnOueU
— Disney's Frozen (@DisneyFrozen) October 21, 2019
Frozen 2: Final Trailer Before Premiere
The recent trailer for Frozen 2 gave out some significant teases. Not just this, it also provided the audience with much more of Olaf, along with a cute new ice critter Bruni. The new trailer even featured Elsa in a new hair-down look, rather than her white braided hairs. In the trailer, the fans can see the people of Arendelle forced to flee the kingdom after hurricane-level winds plague them. The deadly winds are somewhat connected to Elsa, who feels a calling along with the winds.
The rest of the team, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven, the reindeer, also witness Elsa being all weird and disturbed. And finally, they altogether venture into dangerous paths in order to find answers and understand the voice that calls out to Elsa from beyond. They end up in the enchanted forest and delve into more problems and chaos. However, the recent trailer did not feature any song; the fans are expecting some good ones in the film.
Frozen 2: Will Release In the Hindi Language
The next installment of Frozen 2 will be so much grand, that it will feature in all significant languages around the globe. Previously, news came in that the Sami industry will release the sequel in its native language. And now, the movie will land in the Hindi language too for the Indian fans of Frozen. Bollywood actresses’ and sisters Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Parineeti Chopra will voice the Frozen sisters Elsa and Anna, respectively. The actress herself revealed the news on social media.
Frozen 2: Evan Rachel Wood Singing
Along with the trailer, Disney also released the soundtrack list for the upcoming Frozen sequel. And according to that, newcomer Evan Rachel Wood will show-off her singing skills alongside Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell. Kristen also praised Evans singing and told that she sang Kristen’s favorite song from the movie, which she had been singing to her children for years.
Kristen also teased to E! News that Evan sings a lullaby song in the film because she plays their mother, and she is a pivotal character, and the song is an earworm of all earworms. It is a very large earworm, so it will never get out of your head, she added.
Frozen 2: Release Date
Disney has scheduled the sequel to premiere on November 22, 2019. And after its U.S. open, Frozen 2 will release simultaneously with the other Nordic versions in December.