Disney’s back with another trailer for Frozen II, the continuation of its earworm-initiating energized blockbuster that clues at Elsa’s bigger supernatural fate to spare her kingdom.
Like the primary mystery, the new trailer is astoundingly light on subtleties for the film. The darker tone is still here, with nary a singing snowman in sight. (There are no tunes by any stretch of the imagination, really, in spite of that reality that, similar to its ancestor, Frozen II will turn into a melodic.) “We have consistently expected that Elsa’s forces were a lot for this world,” Ciarán Hinds’ troll character Grand Pabbie articulates. “Presently, we should trust they are sufficient.”
“Nary a singing snowman in sight”
It appears that Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf will travel “north, over the charmed grounds,” to shield Arendelle from some obscure risk — maybe the wellspring of the unusual pink flame found in the trailers or the recently uncovered stone goliaths seen blundering around. There’s likewise a ghostly pony made out of water ice? It’s misty.
The official depiction for the film given by Disney gives more of a direct thought of what the movie will be about: “For what reason was Elsa brought into the world with enchanted forces? The appropriate response is calling her and compromising her kingdom.” It suggests that the film will investigate the beginning of Elsa’s capacities.
All will apparently be uncovered when Frozen II hits theaters on November 22nd and you can watch here online.