But now the first trailer has arrived and it's particularly mysterious.
They're back! Get ready for another adventure with Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf again.
Directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee will also be returning for the sequel, as will songwriters Bobby Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, who penned the music in the first film, including the Oscar-winning Let It Go. Along with our favorite reindeer Sven, of course. Very little is known about the upcoming sequel, with only its vague synopsis giving clues of what Frozen 2's plot could be.
We'd like to say that the wait for the follow-up to Disney's record-breaking "Frozen" didn't bother us. We're not really sure, but that's the point. But the clip definitely teases a darker film than the original. Perhaps this is in response to how a lot of adults brushed off the original Frozen released in 2013. It's still the highest-grossing animated film ever, as well as the 13th biggest movie of all time. The title inspired a global frenzy for Frozen merchandise, spin-offs, and a Broadway musical. "I'm beyond excited to create alongside my Frozen family!"