Blanketing the worldwide box-office, this movie just won’t let up…
Lego took first place domestically and worldwide over the weekend, as expected, but Frozen continued to dominate as well. In just 35 territories, but thanks to a stellar $69m domestic, Lego takes $87m home to play with. (Read “A Brief History of Legomation” here.) In 45 markets, and it’s 12th weekend, Frozen placed 4th domestic and 1st internationally, to combine for 2nd place worldwide total of $31 million. Frozen has grossed over $900 million total, and with this kind of hold, seems poised to break $1 billion before the end of it’s run.
Never one to let a good thing rest, Disney has continued to expand the Frozen world with live performances and sharing footage of those events. If you’ve wanted to put a real face to the voices behind Olaf and Elsa, here’s your chance.
Disney’s official video news release for the Frozen Cabaret event:
What’s up next for Frozen? Nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Song, “Let It Go” will be performed by Idina Menzel live during the Oscars, Sunday, March 2, 2014.
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