Disney's latest animated movie, "Frozen," has a new trailer, and judging by the clip's breathless pace, it looks like we're in for a lot of frenzied action -- and a lot of quips from an anthropomorphized snowman named Olaf.

Whether or not that character is hilarious or horrible depends on how much you enjoy the comedic stylings of Josh Gad, who voices said snowman in a clear homage to Donkey from the "Shrek" films. Olaf joins main characters Anna (Kristen Bell) and Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) on their quest to stop Anna's evil sister Elsa (Idina Menzel), who's used her magical powers to transform the kingdom of Arendelle into a permanently-icy landscape.

The movie looks fun enough, though the aforementioned frenzied pace of the trailer makes us wonder if producers just shoved all of "Frozen"'s best moments into the promo to see what sticks. Still, the animation is impressive, and Bell seems especially suited to her role, earning herself the nickname "feistypants" and becoming a bundle of awkward nerves when she bumps into a cute guy.

Will "Frozen" be a winter wonderland? Audiences can find out for themselves when the movie opens on November 27.
Frozen Movie Poster
In Theaters on November 22, 2013

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