Directors: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
Production studio: Walt Disney Animation Studios (USA)
U.S. distributor: Walt Disney Studios
Release date: November 27, 2019
Frozen 2: There was a time when animated films were made with children only in mind and only children used to go to the theater with parents to watch those films. But in the new era, computer graphics films like Kung Fu Panda, Ice Age, and Frozen are attracting audiences of all ages, not only to children but also on the basis of high quality, good stories, and powerful visuals. In this episode, the trailer of the sequel Frozen 2 of Disney Pictures' superhit film Frozen has been released. At the beginning of the trailer for Frozen 2, Elsa is shown swimming and suddenly a horse made of water appears. Elsa destroys that figure with her power. Meanwhile, a strange creature comes rolling and warns Elsa that "the past is not what it seems, you have to know the truth." The two sisters then move out of the kingdom in search of the truth.
After showing the lake, the waterfall and the beautiful scenery in the trailer, Anna is seen promising to her sister, "I will not let anything happen to her." The trailer ends with Elsa, scared of seeing a terrifying giant creature.
As always in the trailer, this time Disney's animation department has done a great job. If the story of the film is new, it is obvious that some new and interesting characters will be seen. If we talk about the music of the trailer, then there is a newness in the music as well and it arouses curiosity in the audience's heart. Like the first part, the visuals and screenplays of this film have been brilliantly designed. Overall, this trailer seems to satisfy viewers waiting for its second part after Frozen. At the same time, it is also able to attract new audiences.
Trailers Frozen 2
Disney has released a few trailers leading up to Frozen 2, the latest on Sept. 23. A teaser showing Elsa battling violent waves, released in February, became the most-watched animated trailer of all time within 24 hours.
A clip for the film came out in April during a presentation for the Disney Plus streaming video service. It showed Anna kneeling in front of Olaf, who says, "I don't think Elsa's OK." The clip also features a voice-over of a troll saying, "You must find the truth. California, in August, as well as a new song. It was also revealed that Sterling K. Brown and Evan Rachel Wood will be joining the cast as Lieutenant Matthias and Queen Iduna (Anna and Elsa's mom), respectively.
The animation studio debuted an official trailer for the film on Monday, in which Elsa must follow a voice that's calling to her in order to save Arendelle. She's joined by Anna, Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven as they venture into an enchanted forest. At the beginning of the trailer, we see a flashback of Anna and Elsa's dad sharing a story about that forest, which he describes as "a magical place, but something went wrong. Since then, no one can get in or out."
Cast Frozen 2
- Idina Menzel as Elsa
- Kristen Bell as Anna
- Jonathan Groff as Kristoff
- Josh Gad as Olaf
- Santino Fontana as Hans
- Evan Rachel Wood as Queen Iduna, she was previously voiced by Jennifer Lee in the first film.
- Alfred Molina as King Agnarr, he was previously voiced by Maurice LaMarche in the first film.
- Sterling K. Brown as Lt. Destin Mattias
- Martha Plimpton as Yelena, the leader of the Northuldra tribe
- Rachel Matthews as Honeymaren, a member of the Northuldra described as "a true free spirit" and "bold and brave" woman who wants to bring peace to the enchanted forest
- Jason Ritter as Ryder, Honeymaren's brother who shares Kristoff's love for reindeers.