‘Frozen 2’ Breaks Two More Records At The Box Office

When Anna and Elsa are here, others have to ‘let the box office go’. The two sisters and the gang broke the box office record for the five-day holiday weekend in the U.S., raking in $124 million. That gives the movie the highest Thanksgiving weekend total of all time, toppling previous holder The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’s $110 million.

From Friday to Sunday alone, the Arendellians captured a massive $85 million in the U.S., thus surpassing Incredibles 2 and Lion King’s record of biggest non-opening weekend for an animated film. If Frozen 2 keeps up this rate of shattering records at the box office, it’ll race past the $1 billion mark, especially when you have already gathered $451 million internationally. Earlier, Frozen had the record for a Thanksgiving opening weekend in 2013 and now Frozen 2 has the record for a Thanksgiving weekend, opening or otherwise.

If you’re keen on skating over to the cinema for sisterly love, stunning ice animation and Olaf shenanigans, Frozen 2 is indeed your perfect holiday heart-warming viewing.

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