“Frozen 1” made $67.4 million during its opening weekend in 2013. The second sequel made over 75 percent more than that.
The Frozen sequel made more than 75 percent than its successor made 6 years ago during its opening weekend, according to the New York Times the movie opening to an estimated $127 million in ticket sales in the United States it is safe to say Frozen 2 destroyed its competitors at the box office this weekend.
The film also broke an amazing record by having the largest global opening for an animated movie ever, with a worldwide debut of $350.2 million. before Frozen 2 Ice Age: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs previously held that record.
Disney’s President of Theatrical Distribution, Cathleen Taff, told Deadline. “We are cautiously optimistic the film will continue to have legs. With the strong social scores and the holidays coming up, I think we’re going to have a good run.”
Disney executives are also pleased with the film’s record-breaking opening. “We are definitely thrilled. It’s not easy to follow up the original Frozen.
“This is a sensational opening,” movie consultant David A. Gross said. “Audiences have shown wariness of sequels, including animation.”