AKIPRESS.COM - Frozen 2 raked in $127 million (£98.9 million) in its opening weekend in the US, beating forecasts and the box office debut of the original Frozen, BBC reports.
The sequel of the hit Disney classic also set a November record for an opening of an animated film.
Frozen became a phenomenon in 2013, making $1.27bn at global box offices.
The film, featuring musical hits like 'Let it go', has captured the imagination of audiences around the world.
Frozen 2 raised $127 million domestically this past weekend, according to estimates from Comscore, and some $223 million overseas. Worldwide, it generated over $350 million over the weekend.
Disney had estimated opening weekend sales of as much as $120 million in the US and Canada, according to Bloomberg.
The film topped the domestic rankings list, according to Comscore, with Ford versus Ferrari collecting $16 million at a distant second and Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood raising $13.5 million in third place.