- “Frozen II” won the domestic box office for a second-straight weekend.
- The Disney movie brought in an estimated $85.2 million over the weekend and $123.7 million over the five-day Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
- Both are record-breaking figures.
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Coming off a record-breaking opening weekend, Disney’s “Frozen II” isn’t through owning the box office (and breaking records).
The animated movie brought in an estimated $85.2 million over the weekend, that tops the record $74.1 million “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” brought in over Thanksgiving weekend in 2013. “Frozen II” also took in $123.7 million over the five-day Thanksgiving weekend. That’s another record-breaker for the holiday, knocking off the $110 million five-day gross “Catching Fire” brought in.
“Frozen II” has now earned $288 million domestically and $739 million worldwide.
The movie also crushed the three-day ($67.3 million) and five-day ($93.5 million) earnings for the opening weekend of first “Frozen,” which debuted over Thanksgiving in 2013.
Coming in a strong second place is Lionsgate’s “Knives Out.” The star-studded movie has already made back its $40 million budget thanks to its five-day take of $41.7 million and a $70 million worldwide cume.
Box office highlights:
- Disney also had a strong outing from its Fox release, “Ford v Ferrari.” The race car drama brought in $19 million this weekend. It has a total worldwide cume of $143.3 million worldwide.
- Universal’s “Queen & Slim” had an impressive opening with a five-day take of $15.8 million. That put the movie above its industry projections.