“Frozen 2” will be released “soon enough,” cast member Josh Gad teased, along with with a new picture. The actor is joined by some of the other cast members of the film, and the post appears to hint that one character who hasn’t said a word in the first movie will have dialogues in the sequel.

Gad is joined by Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff and Idina Menzel in a photo posted on Instagram. The actors play the roles of Olaf, Anna, Kristoff and Elsa, respectively. The cast members posed for the photo with a doll of the deer Sven. Menzel also posted a snap of this meeting on her Instagram.

The following portion of the article contains spoilers of “Frozen 2.”

According to a report by E! News, Gad tagged Santino Fontana and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in his post. Fontana played the role of the villainous Hans in the first film, and there is no confirmation yet if he will be reprising his role in the sequel. Johnson too hasn’t been confirmed as a cast member, but what is more curious is the character he is supposed to be playing.

Gad apparently tagged Johnson as Sven in his post. The popular reindeer from the first film was a friend of Kristoff. The reindeer is intelligent, but he couldn’t speak. Will that change in the sequel?

Johnson has had some success with voicing animation characters. In the film “Moana,” he leant his voice for the character Maui. According to Bustle, Gad may be referencing the fact that Johnson’s character Maui turned into Sven for a split second in his film. Disney has yet to comment on the possible casting of the Maui actor.

“Frozen 2” is one of the most highly anticipated films of 2019. According to Forbes, the film may include some young adult content since the target audience has grown up a little since the release of the first film. It has been six years since the release of the first film, and the sequel is all set to break new animation film records.

Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee directed “Frozen 2.” They also directed the first film. The upcoming movie will be released on Nov. 22 in the U.S.