Frozen Sets The Bars High In The Animated Industry


The popular animated movie Frozen, featuring Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel, continues to draw attention and viewers, earning over $800 million.

Since the opening of the movie on November 13th, this Disney blockbuster has earned $810 million, while last week alone the movie earned $29.2 million internationally.

This animated hit earned $462 million internationally and $347 million domestically after 10 weeks in release.

Frozen has yet to open in China (February 5th) and Japan (March 15th), so it has a good chance of outshining two other box office hits, The Hunger Games ($856 million) and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug ($837 million).

Even without any openings this weekend, Frozen followed up on its record debut in Korea by acquiring 20 percent this weekend, raising the total in Korea to $22.6 million in 10 days.

Until now, the strongest markets of this movie have been the UK, earning the total of $57 million, Germany with $45 million and France with $41 million.

After Frozen reached such high numbers, it became the second-highest non-sequel animated movie ever, coming close to Finding Nemo which was the 2003’s Academy Award-winner.

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