'Frozen II' has huge $127 million opening weekend, the biggest ever for an animated movie released in November
- Disney's "Frozen II" earned an estimated $127 million in its opening weekend.
- That's the biggest opening weekend gross for an animated movie in the month of November.
- The movie had a worldwide cume of $350 million.
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"Ford v Ferrari" held off Tom Hanks starring as Mr. Rogers in Sony's "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood" ($13.5 million) to come in second place with $16 million. It now has a worldwide cume of $104 million.Expect "Frozen II" dominating the box office over Thanksgiving weekend next week. With the competition being made up of new releases like Lionsgate's whodunit "Knives Out" and Universal's drama "Queen & Slim," they will only bring out select audiences. Kids and families are going to power the multiplexes for a second straight weekend.
Box office highlights:
- "Charlie's Angels" had a dramatic 62% drop from its opening at the domestic box office, only earning $3.1 million in its second weekend.
- "Knives Out" brought in $2 million at early access showings (936 screens). The movie opens wide on Wednesday.
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