Disney keeps on breaking records at the box office. The organization reported Sunday that “Frozen II” outperformed the $1 billion mark on Saturday, becoming the 6th movie from the studio to do so this year.
The hotly-awaited sequel of the 2013 blockbuster “Frozen” landed in theaters the prior week Thanksgiving and gathered $127 million during its domestic debut. Investigators had since quite a while ago anticipated it would cross the billion-dollar mark, especially after the intensity that followed the first film in the franchise.
″‘Frozen II’ is now Disney’s sixth 2019 release to cross the $1 billion thresholds and with ‘Star Wars’ (which is predestined to join the $1 billion club) just a few days away the studio is going enjoy a very happy and fruitful holiday season at the box office,” Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at Comscore, said.
Captain Marvel,” “Aladdin,” “The Lion King,” “Avengers: Endgame” and “Toy Story 4” has likewise outperformed the billion-dollar mark this year for Disney.
“Frozen II” is presently the seventh greatest animated release ever around the world, Disney said.
Prominently, Disney doesn’t consider its recent “The Lion King” film to be an animated feature. It is named live-action, albeit everything except one shot from the film was rendered digitally. Had it been incorporated, “Frozen II” would be the eighth greatest animated release of all time globally.