The weekend box office results reinforced one thing: Disney is a box office force that just can't be denied. They just deliver hit after hit. Frozen II was a complete success. And not just a normal success, we're talking a smash success here. It greatly improved upon the performance of the first film (which was a juggernaut by the end of its box office run), and it delivered one of the greatest November openings ever. As reported by Collider, the domestic total was $170 million, which makes it the #3 animated debut of all time. And that's not even counting its incredible overseas haul.
In other box office news, the Mister Rogers film, A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood, debuted with $13.5 million. Now while that doesn't sound amazing comparatively, it's good for a small budget film like that. And we all know this whole thing is about the Tom Hanks Oscar push. Nobody can convince me that he won't be getting a nomination.
Check out the trailers for both films below: