It's hard to believe we've all been singing "Let It Go" for more than half a decade. But it's true; Frozen was released in 2013, and it raised the bar for animated films forever.

Now the highly anticipated Frozen II is in the works, and Disney just released the very first teaser trailer for it. Much of the film is still shrouded in secret, so we can't gather much information from the two-minute clip. But one thing is for sure: It looks incredible.

Our first look at Frozen II came in the form of an official poster.

It's simplistic with just the name of the film, the month of its release, and a giant snowflake. The snowflake has four distinct symbols inside of it, and people are already developing theories about what they could represent. 

Shortly thereafter, Disney dropped the first teaser trailer for the highly anticipated sequel and blew everyone's minds.

The two-minute teaser features Elsa using her freezing skills to cross a massive body of water. We also see shots of Anna looking surprised, Kristoff riding through the forest on his reindeer, Sven, and the crew staring off into a gorgeous sunset. What does it all mean?

Unsurprisingly, it quickly became the most-viewed animated film trailer of all time.

A whopping 116.4 million of us watched the teaser within the first 24 hours of its release. It beat the Incredibles 2 record of 113.6 million views, which is definitely saying something.

In the teaser, we're briefly reunited with a few familiar faces: Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Sven, and even a tiny glimpse of everyone's favorite snowman, Olaf.

Frozen director Jennifer Lee said Anna and Elsa will be going "far out of Arendelle" in the new film. Co-director Chris Buck also noted that we'll get to see a much more fun side of Elsa. Other than that, details of the plot are scarce.

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Kristen Bell (Anna), Idina Menzel (Elsa), Jonathan Groff (Kristoff), and Josh Gad (Olaf) are all reprising their iconic roles. Directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee are back as well, with Lee writing the script. She also wrote the script for the first film.

There's a new character who appears in the trailer as well, and everyone is dying to find out who she is.

Some people said she looks similar to another Disney favorite, Moana. Others wondered if the writers gave Elsa a girlfriend in the sequel. But your guess is as good as mine.

Sterling K. Brown and Evan Rachel Wood are joining the cast for the sequel, so perhaps the mystery character will be voiced by Wood.

While neither Brown nor Wood has officially announced their roles in Frozen II, both are listed on the IMDB page, so it has to be legit, right?

As far as other details go, all we know is that the sequel will have its own signature song like "Let It Go," and that Anna's character development will reflect Kristen Bell's real life.

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"I'll be able to say more when the movie comes out, but there are a lot of very, very intimate moments for me in this movie that feel like they’re from my real life," Bell told Sirius XM

"Songs specifically that were like, I just gave her a spiel of why this particular emotion or this particular hurdle in my life was so important and what it taught me. And [Lee] slid it seamlessly into the character…. It’s not just episode two of this show. It’s something you need to see them go through, because it affects the audience."

Frozen II opens in theaters on November 22, 2019.

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Frozen fans have been waiting for this moment since 2013, so they have extremely high expectations. And considering the first film won two Oscars (Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song for "Let It Go"), it's got a lot to live up to.

Perhaps the writers can source some ideas from Twitter, like this brilliant plot line from journalist Will Federman.

"If this doesn't end with Moana helping Elsa cross the sea and forming the Disney Princess Avengers, I'm OUT," he wrote. 

And same, dude. Same.