The new 'Frozen 2' trailer is 'epic!' Anna will 'run into a fire' for her sister Elsa
This is the longest trailer yet!
In a brand new, more than two-minute-long trailer that dropped today, "Frozen" fans get a closer look at the plot of the second movie.
The sisterly bond is going to be tested again in "Frozen 2" as Princess Elsa and Anna embark on a journey to save the kingdom of Arendelle.
Plus, we get to meet some new characters.
The clip opens with the narrator: "Far away, as north as we can go, once stood an enchanted forest," he says.
The scene flashes back to a young Elsa and Anna talking with their parents, who in the first movie died in a tragic accident - because Disney.
"You see an enchanted forest?" Anna asks her dad, King Agnarr (Alfred Molina).
"Yes. It was a magical place, but something went wrong. Since then, no one can get in or out," the narrator continues.
Scenes show characters battling with swords and shields as the forest becomes engulfed with purple flames and smoke.
"Woah papa that was epic!" shouts a young Anna.
'You'll always have me'
Next, you see the sisters talking in an endearing moment.
"What would I do without you?" Elsa asks her sister.
"You'll always have me," Anna ensures.
Anna and her "prince" Kristoff discuss how Elsa seems a little weird and we learn that Elsa hears a "voice."
Then the thrilling adventure begins. The people of Arendelle are shown running out of the kingdom and for comedic relief, the talking snowman Olaf yells, "I'm going to blowwwww!"
"The kingdom is not safe," the wisest troll Pabbie says. "Find who is calling to you. They may have answers."
Of course, Anna is not going to let her sister go into the forest alone, even when Elsa rejects her.
"Excuse me? I climbed the north mountain survived a frozen heart and saved you from my ex-boyfriend, so you know, I'm coming," Anna says.
Meet some new characters
The final clips show the whole group - Elsa (Idina Menzel), Anna (Kirsten Bell), Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), Olaf (Josh Gad) and Sven (Kristoff's pet reindeer) - going into the enchanted forest.
Throughout their journey, there are some new faces: the fiercely protective female leader of the nomadic Northuldra, Yelana (Martha Plimpton); another free-spirited female character and member of the Northuldra, Honeymaren (Rachel Matthews) and her optimistic brother, Ryder (Jason Ritter); and the curious and cute salamander, Bruni.
It looks like we will finally learn why Elsa was born with magical powers and continue to see Anna will do anything for her sister.
"You can't just follow me into fire!" Elsa shouts at Anna.
"Then don't run into fire!" Anna claps back.
At the end, we learn that Arendelle must be protected at all costs. Then as the intense momentum peaks, we get a little more Olaf laughs.
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