Another weekend in theaters– and another record broken by Disney’s Frozen 2.
The sequel set the record for the highest-grossing weekend in Thanksgiving history, pulling in $123.7M in the U.S. over the 5-day holiday weekend. The previous record was held by The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which earned $109M in 2013.
In its second week, Frozen 2 finished atop the box office to closeout November. Here’s the top 5 films for week 48 at the box office:
- Frozen 2 ($85.2M)
- Knives Out ($27M)
- Ford V Ferrari ($13.2M)
- A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood ($11.8M)
- Queen & Slim ($11.7M)
In its first 12 days in theaters, Frozen 2 has made $738.6M globally.
Frozen 2 is on its way to becoming the sixth film to join the $1 billion club for Disney, and the studio could nab a seventh film to gross more than $1 billion next month with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hitting theaters December 20th