"Frozen 2" follows one of the most successful animated movie in Disney's history. This isn't the first revival for the characters of Arendelle; they were originally seen in a short, quick film called Frozen Fever, which aired as a preview in theaters in 2015.
We all have our hobbies. There's even one in which Elsa has to use her ice powers to protect herself and Olaf from a ring of fire.
Frozen 2 will be released in November, along with a deluge of merchandise just in time for Christmas.
Very few details about the sequel have been made public, but Bell did hint at the introduction of the new characters during an interview late a year ago. Whatever is going on in Arendelle has sent Anna and Elsa, their friends Olaf and Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and the reindeer Sven on an adventure.
You can view the trailer on Disney's Twitter link below.
Directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck returned for the sequel, as did songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.
For the first time in (what feels like) forever, we've finally got a look at the hotly anticipated film, and we're losing our minds. The original 2013 film was a global phenomenon, earning more than $1.2 billion at the worldwide box office.
It also inspired a whole generation of little darlings to belt out the movie's signature song Let it Go non-stop. Here's everything we know about the official sequel.
The addition of trousers to the heroine's wardrobe is being celebrated by Frozen fans including one user who rightly points out: "you can't swim through a storm in some long a. dress".