In retrospect, Anna and Elsa had a pretty easy go of it in the first
Returning directing team Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck have upped the ante on the intensity for their six-and-counting-years-awaited sequel, which finds Anna and Elsa traveling together beyond the borders of Arendelle to save their delicate hometown from yet another meteorological fiasco. Among the new dangers in store are sword fights, walls of impermeable mist, randomly forming floating crystals, sudden gale force winds, leaps over bottomless pits, expeditions down battle-ravaged waterways, tornadoes, rock monsters, mystical horse visions, and, of course, the whole lose-yourself-to-the-allure-of-magic thing that’s plagued all too many of us.
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Yelana: The unspoken leader of the nomadic Northuldra. She is fiercely protective of her family and community but is known to soften when people show an understanding of nature and their environment. Martha Plimpton was called on to bring Yelana to life.
Honeymaren: A member of the Northuldra, Honeymaren is a true free spirit and wants nothing more than to bring peace to the enchanted forest. She is bold and brave, with a reverence for the magic of nature. Rachel Matthews provides the voice of Honeymaren.
Ryder: Eager and fun, Honeymaren’s brother Ryder embraces life with optimism. Ryder’s love of reindeer might just rival Kristoff’s – but unlike Kristoff, Ryder has never roamed the great plains outside of the Enchanted Forest. He longs to embrace the world and venture beyond the magical mist. Jason Ritter lends his voice to Ryder.
All in all, it seems like