A challenging Elsa in spectacular images with the sea and fire as the protagonists. That is the first trailer released this Wednesday by Disney of ‘Frozen 2’, one of the most anticipated films of the year, especially by the little ones, which will hit Spanish theaters on November 29.
In the “teaser” shown by the company, Queen Elsa tries to break through the waves with the help of her powers -everything she touches turns into ice-, before attention turns to showing new scenarios and the return of characters from the original film such as his sister, Princess Anna, Olaf, Kristoff or the reindeer Sven.
The film has Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck again as directors and with the tandem formed by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez as songwriters.
Lee is also the co-writer of this sequel with Allison Schroeder, known for “Hidden Figures.”
Evan Rachel Wood and Sterling K. Brown are in negotiations with the studio to join the voice cast for the film, which will return Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Josh Gad and Jonathan Groff.
Speaking to Variety, Lee said that the story will continue to revolve around sisters Elsa and Anna, but their adventures will take them a long way from the kingdom of Arendelle.
The original film, which was adapted as a Broadway musical, became a huge success for the studio, grossing more than $ 1.3 billion, in addition to winning two Oscars.
The film was received with great enthusiasm, also by critics, thanks to that message that princes may not be as perfect as they appear, princesses can say what they think and even witches have their hearts and stories to tell.
‘Frozen’ found its inspiration in the fairy tale ‘The Snow Queen’, by Hans Christian Anderson, the writer to whom Disney owes its resurrection in 1989 with ‘The Little Mermaid’.
The great expectation before the arrival of this second installment was evident this Wednesday when the first images were released, which in just three hours added almost 400,000 views on YouTube.
And on Twitter, two hashtags related to the film -‘Frozen 2 ‘and’ Elsa’- are among the ten trending topics worldwide this Wednesday.