While critical response slightly more icy towards the sequel, nothing is going to stop Anna and Elsa devotees from getting their Frozen fix. According to the latest report on Boxofficeindia.com, the film has managed to rake in Rs 8.25 on its first Sunday.
"We just chose to stay true to [the struggles and obstacles that children face as they grow older] and felt that children [could] go on these adventures as long as it's appropriate and thought we could grow further than that", said Lee. "Frozen 2" made $127 million domestically and $223 million internationally, bringing its worldwide box office total to $350 million.
From left, the creators of the "Frozen" movies - co-director Chris Buck, animator Lee Hyun-min, co-director Jennifer Lee and producer Peter Del Vecho - pose for the camera at a press conference held at the Four Seasons Hotel in central Seoul, to share their stories behind their creations with the local press on Monday.
Frozen 2 has opened in a significant amount of theatres.
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Klopp managed to get his side to regroup at the interval and four minutes into the second half they made the breakthrough. He trained the whole time since he was here, but only the things we wanted him to do ".
The two social media activations allow Dole and Disney fans to customize a Disney's Frozen 2 -inspired experience as part of Dole's three-month healthy-lifestyle collaboration with the long-awaited film.
"Frozen 2" received a slightly less enthusiastic, though still glowing, reception from audiences, who awarded it an A- CinemaScore compared to "Frozen's" A+.
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In second was last week's leader, "Ford v. Ferrari", with an estimated $16 million.
Charlie's Angels came in at eighth place following miserable $3 million debut last weekend. Along with China, the movie reportedly debuted in South Korea at $31.5 million, Japan at $18.2 million, the United Kingdom at $17.8 million, Germany at $14.9 million, France at $13.4 million, Mexico at $9.3 million, Indonesia at $6.2 million, Philippines at $6.1 million, and Spain at $5.8 million. That easily eclipsed the new Sony Corp. picture about TV's Mister Rogers starring Tom Hanks and "21 Bridges", a police thriller from STX Entertainment. Mark Ruffalo and Anne Hathaway star in "Dark Waters", based on a 2016 New York Times article about the lawyer who took on the Dupont chemical company.