Disney release the first trailer for 'Frozen II' and I've got chills
In 2013, a phenomenon took over the world that nobody saw coming. This global force left parents all over the globe out of pocket and pulling their hair out every time they heard that familiar opening piano riff. And any time it has snowed in the years since, at least one person you know has turned to you and asked, "Do you wanna build a snowman?!"
I am, of course, talking about Disney's critically acclaimed sensation, Frozen.
Yes, the world literally could not get enough of sisters Elsa and Anna, and their incredible story in Arendelle. The movie is the sixth highest grossing animated feature film of all time, won two Oscars (Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song for 'Let It Go'), and even has a ride based after it at Disney World's Epcot park (Frozen Ever After).
Put simply, it was too darn successful for Disney not to make a sequel. And now, after six years, audiences have finally been given their first look at Frozen II in an incredibly dramatic trailer - check it out below:
The trailer opens on a beach, amidst a ferocious storm, as we see Queen Elsa attempting to cross the ocean and overcome a barrage of fierce waves using her mystical powers. We then see her join up with her sister, Anna, and their friends Kristoff, Sven the reindeer, and Olaf the snowman.
The dramatic trailer ends with Anna reaching for Kristoff's sword and swinging at whatever is approaching the gang from behind.
The ABC documentary The Story of Frozen: Making a Disney Animated Classic revealed just how much time and effort went into making this modern day cult classic.
Like, did you know 600 people worked for two and a half years to animate the characters? Or that Elsa was initially an evil queen with a blue face and spiky hair? Yeah! This movie went through so much to make it to the big screens, but there's no doubt it paid off, instantly becoming one of the greatest movies Disney have ever produced.
There's no doubt Frozen II is going to be big money for Disney, and with The Incredibles 2 becoming the highest-grossing animated movie of all time in 2018, there's a very strong chance this sequel will knock it from the top spot.
Are you ready to 'Let It Go' once more? Frozen II will be hitting movie theatres in November this year.