Frozen 2 release date, cast, trailer, more: All you need to know about Frozen 2

Frozen 2 release date, cast, trailer, more: All you need to know about Frozen 2

When Frozen was released in 2013 it turned into a runaway Disney sensation. For a long time after its release, a sequel was the stuff of rumours. T

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When Frozen was released in 2013 it turned into a runaway Disney sensation. For a long time after its release, a sequel was the stuff of rumours. Two years later, Disney announced a sequel was in the works.

What is the Frozen 2 release date?

Frozen is out in both UK and USA cinemas on November 22, 2019

Its initial release date was scheduled for November 27, 2019, but has since been moved up.

Coming out a total of five days sooner, Frozen will likely be met by huge crowds at the cinema.

Last to see Frozen 2 in cinemas is Australia, with an exceptionally late December 26, 2019 release date.

What is the plot of Frozen 2?

Little is known about the plot of the upcoming sequel.

Today’s trailer release did not add much to the speculation around the plot.

All fans can be sure of is the adventure will take Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf far from Arendelle.

The trailer also confirmed two new characters would be joining the crew on their adventure.

Who is in the cast of Frozen 2?

The five main original cast members are all returning to their roles.

Idina Menzel reprises the voice of Elsa, with Kristen Bell reprising her sister Anna.

Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad are both returning to the sequel as Kristoff and Olaf respectively.

The two new additions to the cast are Evan Rachel Wood (Westworld) and Sterling K Brown (Black Panther).

Is there a trailer for Frozen 2?

Yes, and you can watch it right here at Express.co.uk

Fans were quick to spot the darker tone of the sequel, especially in comparison to Disney’s other films.

Jason Carlos wrote: “That #Frozen2 trailer has a strange Game of Thrones-level of intensity and honestly I don’t hate it.”

Likewise, user Madison Mitchell wrote: “This is throwing some serious Game of Thrones vibes.

“ALSO as for the new girl, is she Fall? Like Elsa is Winter, so maybe there’s a magical being for the other seasons? Ya?”

Frozen 2 is out in cinemas on November 22, 2019.

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