Frozen 2: Everything we know so far

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WATCH: The new Frozen 2 trailer has landed (Pictures from Disney)

Disney has released a new trailer for Frozen 2.

The first trailer which landed in February this year was the most viewed animation trailer of all time, with a record-breaking 116.4 million views in 24 hours.

Here's everything else we know so far about the hotly anticipated sequel.

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When is Frozen 2 coming out in the UK?

Frozen 2 is set to come out in the UK and US on November 22, 2019.

The sequel was originally meant to hit cinemas on 27 November before Disney moved the release date forward.

Who is in Frozen 2?

Idina Menzel (Elsa) , Kristen Bell (Anna), Josh Gad (Olaf) and Jonathan Groff (Kristoff) are all set to return to their respective roles, while Evan Rachel Wood and Sterling K Brown have also reportedly joined the cast.

Frozen CastJosh Gad/ Instagram

After close inspection of Josh Gad's social media we spotted he tagged The Rock on an Instagram snap of the cast - could he be making an appearance?

Josh also tagged Santino Fontana, although there's no official confirmation that the wicked Prince Hans will be back.

What do the Frozen 2 trailers tell us?

In the trailer earlier this year, we saw Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf all back and seemingly training to fight an evil force.

Apart from new costumes, fans also spotted a lot of floating diamonds and two new featured characters.

The diamonds are a big feature of the second trailer too.

Anna from FrozenDisney

We see a new character telling Elsa "the past is not what it seems, you must find the truth", with a flashback to Elsa as a young girl. What this could mean, we don't know yet!

She is also told to "go north across the enchanted lands and into the unknown", so it looks like the beloved characters are off on an exciting adventure of discovery.

"But be careful - we have always feared Elsa's powers are too much for this world," the character warns. "Now, we must hope they are enough."

We also see Anna promising that she won't let anything happen to her sister.

The Elsa girlfriend question

Last year, there was a lot of chat about whether Elsa will become Disney's first gay princess, sparked by the online campaign #GiveElsaAGirlfriend.

"I love everything people are saying and people are thinking about with our film," co-director Jennifer Lee said in response.

That it's creating dialogue, that Elsa is this wonderful character that speaks to so many people, it means the world to us that we're part of these conversations.

Co-director Jennifer Lee

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WATCH: This trailer was released in February 2019 (Pictures from Disney)

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