Venturing into the unknown, even for a strong queen like Elsa, calls for courage, passion, grit, imagination—and a little magic.

Elsa has a gift—the power to create ice and snow. She’s only recently learned how to control her magic, and only recently revealed her powers to her kingdom after years of keeping them hidden for fear she’d be persecuted for her differences. “Elsa is a fascinating character with this miraculous ability to harness the power of nature,” says director Chris Buck. “Her connection to nature has always been there. But she has no idea why.”

So, no matter how happy Elsa is to finally embrace her powers and be with her sister, Anna, their friends and the people of Arendelle, she finds herself unsettled. Says director Jennifer Lee, who also penned the screenplay, “Elsa hears a voice calling that no one else can hear. She tries to block it, but it won’t stop. It shows her pieces of the past. It promises answers about why she is the way she is, so it’s both epic and a mystery, and she’s compelled to find that voice.”

The answers promised by the calling also threaten the kingdom and everything Elsa and Anna ever wanted—including the bond between them. So, when Elsa faces a dangerous journey into the unknown to the enchanted forests and dark seas beyond Arendelle, Anna is determined to go with her, be by her sister’s side, and help uncover the mystery—along with Kristoff, Olaf and Sven. In “Frozen,” Elsa feared her powers were too much for the world. In “Frozen 2,” she must hope they are enough.

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