In Disney Plus Frozen 2 teaser, Elsa's not OK

The tease was part of a presentation for the Disney Plus streaming television service.

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Elsa is not in a good place. 

A clip shown Thursday as part of a presentation for the Disney Plus streaming video service gave us a glimpse of Anna kneeling before Olaf, who says in a worried voice, "I don't think Elsa's OK."

We also hear a voice-over of a troll saying, "You must find the truth." 

It's the first clip to feature the actors' voices, with the original trailer featuring only the film's music. 

Frozen 2 will head to Disney Plus next summer for streaming and offline download, after its theater and home video release.