It's here! On Tuesday, the official trailer for Disney's upcoming animated film "Frozen 2" was released on "Good Morning America." Fans have been waiting for another glimpse at the highly-anticipated movie for quite some time after the teaser trailer was released in February.

In it, we witness Queen Elsa of Arendelle (Idina Menzel) taking center stage to navigate using her awe-inspiring powers for good and discovering more about her past.

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The beginning depicts Queen Elsa running into the dark water and plummeting into the icy depths after the frozen bridge she makes crumbles beneath her. While underwater, we see her swimming and meeting up with what appears to be a frozen horse before escaping to the top of the ocean.

A beckoning voice then booms, "Elsa, the past is not what it seems. You must find the truth." But, what is it that she truly seeks? The deep voice instructs her to go north across the "enchanted lands," which will bring her "into the unknown." This appears to be a trek that is undertaken in order to protect Arendelle from some sort of threat. Fans of the movie will also recognize many characters depicted in the trailer, such as Olaf (Josh Gad), Anna (Kristen Bell), and Kristoff (Jonathan Groff).

In an ominous sign of what's to come for the royal characters, the narrator says, "We have always feared Elsa's powers were too much for this world. Now we must hope they are enough." The new trailer does not include many details about the plot, but it does hint at a darker tone.

The official Disney description of the film does seem to provide a bit more context for the storyline, saying, "Why was Elsa born with magical powers? The answer is calling her and threatening her kingdom." Perhaps fans will get a glimpse into the origin of her powers or see her struggle dealing with the duality of having such abilities.

The sequel bursts into theaters on Nov. 22, 2019. This is the follow-up to the 2013 film, "Frozen."