Why Elsa and Anna leaves Arendelle in “Frozen 2”?

Animated movie “Frozen” which was released in 2013 and is the highest grossing animated movie of all times. It won the Academy Award® for the best animated movie of the year. Further,  the film’s iconic song, “Let It Go,” also won an Oscar® for best achievement in music written for motion picture. The music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.
Finally, much awaited trailer of sequel of the film is out garnering appreciation across globe. Not surprisingly, the trailer set a new record for Disney. It is racking up an impressive 116.4 million views and counting in its first 24 hours. This even break record of  Incredibles 2 as the most-watched trailer of all-time for an animated movie.
Trailer:

Interestingly, the film revolves around the plot that why was Elsa born with magical powers? How her powers grown? Why it is dangerous for mankind? The answer is calling her and threatening her kingdom Arendelle. To save her kingdom and to seek answers for her powers, she sets a journey out along with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven. A journey which is dangerous but equally remarkable. “Frozen,” has shown Elsa feared her powers. She thinks they were too much for the world. In “Frozen 2,” she must hope that they are enough.
The narrative in the trailer stays velvety in journey of adventure. Specially, a crazy waterfall ride with Olaf (Josh Gad) on ice boat. Anna announces that she won’t let anything happen to Elsa. However, it seems she’s in danger already. Also, Elsa’s sea adventure and water shaped like horse symbolizes something which makes a quite intriguing plot. 
Academy Award®-winning team—directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, producer Peter Del Vecho and songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. Moreover, featuring the voices of Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad is coming back with “Frozen 2”. Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Frozen 2” opens in theaters in November 2019.



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