Frozen 2 trailer is out and the sequel will send shivers down your spine!

The first look at the ‘Frozen 2’ trailer has been unveiled and it made our entire year. Disney’s Frozen 2 continues with the story of Anna and Elsa and it also features no characters, new music and greater adventures. Not only that but the beginning of the trailer is also very dramatic as Elsa is seen battling the sea

Frozen 2 trailer is out and the sequel will send shivers down your spine! Frozen 2 trailer is out and the sequel will send shivers down your spine! Source : Press

The first trailer of Frozen 2 dropped and it is everything we hoped for. Anna (voiced by Kristen Bell)and Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel) are back again for another icy adventure in Frozen 2. The trailer is a wordless collection of scenes of a few characters who are seen grimly striving at some unclear task. At the very start of the trailer, Elsa is seen taking on the high seas and she seems like she is trying to make her way across the sea in a new blue outfit. While her sister Anna and their friend Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) are seen in their very own grave-looking crisis situations. Even snowman Olaf (Josh Gad) barely makes an appearance.

It almost 5 years since Frozen was released in 2013 while Frozen 2 will also feature 4 new songs as told by co-director Jennifer Lee in an interview. She also revealed that Frozen 2 will be "bigger and more epic" than the first instalment while she also stated that Anna and Elsa will be seen heading off "far out of Arendelle."

Details of the sequel are yet under wraps but Kristen who made an appearance on Ellen DeGeneres Show in April of 2018 dropped a little bit of scoop. She said, "I know the songs, I know the story - it's very good. I can't say much more than that or I'll get in trouble. One thing I will say, there are a couple new characters that you will fall in love with."

Evan Rachel Wood starring in Westworld and Sterling K. Brown from This Is Us are also a part of the sequel in new roles. Frozen 2 is set to release on Nov. 22, 2019.