‘Frozen 2’ Surpasses $1 Billion at Global Box Office

This weekend, Frozen 2 crossed the $1 billion threshold at the global box office and has become the third Walt Disney Animation Studios film to reach this incredible milestone.

The film opened on November 22 and set a global debut record for an animated film with a $358.4 million opening weekend. Frozen 2 held the top spot at the box office domestically and around the world for its first three weekends.

Domestically, Frozen 2 set a record for an animated opening outside of summer with $130.2 million and for the Thanksgiving period with $125 million in its second weekend.

Today, Walt Disney Animation Studios released a featurette that celebrates the global impact Frozen 2 has had:

Earlier this week, Frozen 2?received two Golden Globe? nominations: The film is among the nominees for Best Animated Feature Film, and the song “Into the Unknown,” written by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez and performed in the movie by Idina Menzel, is nominated for Best Original Song—Motion Picture. Frozen 2?has also received two Critics’ Choice Award nominations and eight Annie Award nominations.