Disney just set the Internet on fire with a teaser release of ‘Frozen 2’
While nothing about the plot has been revealed, the clip suggests a surprisingly darker tone for the sequel to the 2013 hit.
Elsa is seen trying to get past some huge waves, Kristoff is charging with his moose army, and Anna is jumping over some cliffs. Did ‘Frozen 2’ catch a flu from ‘Avengers: Endgame’ or something?
The teaser also introduces us to two new characters, one of which Twitter believes is Elsa’s new girlfriend. After the sequel was confirmed, fans passionately petitioned for Disney to introduce its first lesbian couple through the viral hashtag #GiveElsaAGirlfriend.
Both director Jennifer Lee and Elsa’s voice actress Idina Menzel were up for the idea, but Menzel was unsure if Disney would ever push through with it.
Still, that didn’t stop Twitter from getting excited.
me while watching frozen 2 teaser:
*sees a new character*
me: is this elsa's girlfriend? pic.twitter.com/c8NRNmzEHs
— ada (@adabelpanotes) February 13, 2019
what’s the point of frozen 2 if elsa??? doesn’t get a girlfriend??? pic.twitter.com/jWu7ONrHCJ
— saaj ✨ (@stereostars_) February 13, 2019
*Frozen 2 trailer drops*
Y’all- WOW!!! it looks like they’re in autumn land
me- honestly i’m really just hoping Elsa finally gets a girlfriend
— Mason Levi (@iAmMasonLevi) February 13, 2019
ELSA'S GIRLFRIEND? EM SHOOK! ?
DID ANYONE ELSE NOTICE HER IN NEW FROZEN 2 TRAILER? SHE MAYBE THE AUTUMN QUEEN, PLZ DISNEY MAKE ELSA LESBIAN OR IAM DONE?
.#FROZEN2 #GIVEELSAAGIRLFRIEND #DISNEY #FROZEN #ELSAGAY pic.twitter.com/Yzo10iBAiE
— Absaar Khalifa (@iamabsaar) February 13, 2019
since the first frozen 2 trailer just dropped let it be publicly be known that i think:
– frozen is by far the best of the “disney princess” movies
– elsa better get a fucking girlfriend
– kristoff is going to smoke weed in this movie
– ELSA BETTER GET A FUCKING GIRLFRIEND
— lexbot (@lexbot666) February 13, 2019
So will Elsa become our very first lesbian Disney princess? We’ll find out soon when ‘Frozen 2’ hits theatres on November 22.