Disney's Frozen climbs to number one in its second weekend with $31.6 million, toppling The Hunger Games: Catching Fire from the top spot.
Disney's Frozen climbed to number one in its second weekend with $31.6 million, toppling The Hunger Games: Catching Fire from the top spot. Overseas, the 3D animated feature took in a strong $30.6 million for a worldwide total of $190.2 million.
Catching Fire is still a powerful player globally, ending its third weekend with a worldwide gross of $673.4 million. Domestically, it earned $27 million for a domestic total of $336.7 million. The sequel has nearly eclipsed the $691.2 million earned by the first The Hunger Games and has already earned more internationally ($336.7 million versus $283 million).
After Frozen, Disney also took the number four spot on the box office chart with Marvel's Thor: The Dark World. Thor 2 grossed $4.7 million in its fifth weekend out for a domestic total of $193.6 million. Overseas, it took in $5.4 million for a foreign total of $416.7 million and worldwide total of $610.3 million.
Box office numbers were obtained on boxofficemojo.com.
Jennifer Wolfe is Director of News & Content at Animation World Network.