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'Frozen 2' trailer sees Queen Elsa confront the ocean

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'Frozen 2' trailer sees Queen Elsa confront the ocean

'Frozen 2' trailer sees Queen Elsa confront the ocean

Disney releases sneak peek, hinting at what might be in store for the 'Frozen' heroine in the second installment.

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'Frozen 2' trailer sees Queen Elsa confront the ocean

ROUGH CUT.

NO REPORTER NARRATION.

New "Frozen 2" teaser trailer from Walt Disney Animation Studios, the sequel to the Oscar-winning 2013 film, sees Queen Elsa run into giant waves.

The trailer released on Wednesday (February 13) also sees characters Princess Anna, Kristoff, Olaf the snowman and Sven the reindeer stand side by side with their queen at the end.

The film is set for release November 22.




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