‘Ice And Ice Edge 2’ breaks North American Thanksgiving holiday box office record with $124 million

Disney’s “Frozen 2” became the highest-grossing movie in North American film history for the Thanksgiving weekend with a box-office record of $124 million during the five-day Thanksgiving holiday Wednesday through Sunday, breaking the previous “Hunger Games 2: Sparks” Record maintained for the same period ($110 million).

'Ice And Ice Edge 2' breaks North American Thanksgiving holiday box office record with $124 million

From Friday to Sunday, “Ice And Ice 2” grossed nearly $86 million. Despite a drop from its opening weekend box office, it is also expected to be the next Disney blockbuster with more than $1 billion in ticket sales as long as it continues to do so. “Ice And Ice Edge,” released in 2013, grossed more than $1.2 billion worldwide.

“Ice Edge 2” also surpassed Superman’s “Superman 2” and the 2019 edition of “The Lion King,” the biggest non-opening weekend box office record in the history of animated films, which also surpassed “Superman’s Total Mobilization 2.” “Superman 2” and “The Lion King” grossed $80 million and $77 million, respectively.

In addition, “Knives Out” followed with $27 million in box office, while “Ford v. Ferrari” and “Good Day in the Neighborhood” came in third and fourth with $13 million and $11.8 million, respectively, with “Queen and Thin” taking third and fourth place, respectively, with $13 million and $11.8 million. it came in fifth ($11.7 million).

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