“Don’t ruin my morning,” Jolie’s Maleficent barks when offered a bit of news about Princess Aurora’s (Elle Fanning’s) plans to wed. She quickly shuts down the prospect of marriage, telling Aurora that “love doesn’t always end well.”
Later in the clip, Michelle Pfeiffer’s character Queen Ingrith attempts to stake her claim as Aurora’s guardian.
“You have done an admirable job going against your own nature to raise this child,” Queen Ingrith says to Maleficent. “But now she will finally get the love of a real mother. Tonight, I consider aurora my own.”
The sequel picks up several years after the events of 2014’s “Maleficent.” The relationship between Aurora and the horned fairy gets even more complicated as new threats loom for the formerly cursed princess who