Maleficent 2: Mistress Of Evil Trailer - Angelina Jolie Returns As The Diabolical Villain Along With Elle Fanning And Michelle Pfeiffer In The Disney Sequel
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil trailer (Photo Credits: YouTube)

Angelina Jolie is back to be the vile and notorious fairy in Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. Donning her goth makeup and fancy devil horns, Jolie returns as Maleficent and this time, she is at loggerheads with Princess Aurora. Elle Fanning, who portrays the role of Princess Aurora, is ready for the next phase in her life, to fall in love and get married. However, Maleficent, who has been wronged in the name of love, is very apprehensive of her choice or even of the fact that it is love. Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil New Poster: Angelina Jolie Reprises Her Role As Disney's Diabolical Goth Witch; Film Gets A New Release Date!

The trailer basically shows that things aren't all that good between Maleficent and Princess Aurora, who is set to return to her kingdom, back with her parents and get married to her prince. After much apprehension, Maleficent too, decides to call it a treaty and give Aurora a go-ahead for the wedding. But as a big showdown occurs in the palace between Maleficent, Queen Ingrith and King John, she returns to become the terrifying mistress of evil!

Michelle Pfeiffer plays Queen Ingrith, who is sly, cunning and is finding ways to get rid of Maleficent from Aurora's life. As this chaos takes place, a new truth is discovered by Maleficent. She is not the only devil-horned fairy! The moors are filled with more magical creatures, much like Maleficent herself. How does this new treason by the kingdom turn into a fight? We shall find out! Michelle Pfeiffer Reveals Her First Look As Queen Ingrith From Maleficent 2 And It Is Too Pretty!

Check out the astounding trailer below!

The visuals and performances by all the characters are mesmerising as always. We are especially blown away by the start of the trailer where Maleficent says "Don't ruin my morning" in the most fantastic way! The film is directed by Joachim Rønning from a story by Linda Woolverton. It is slated to release on October 18, this year.