Disney has as soon as once more reignited a sluggish field workplace with the discharge of “Frozen II,” which earned $42 million from 4,440 screens on Friday and is at the moment estimated to earn a staggering $125 million in its opening weekend.
Unadjusted for inflation, that stands because the fourth-highest home opening weekend for an animated movie, sitting solely behind this 12 months’s remake of “The Lion King” ($191 million), final 12 months’s “Incredibles 2” ($182 million) and 2016’s “Finding Dory” ($135 million). It can be on tempo to develop into the primary animated movie with a $300 million-plus world opening, topping the $245.9 million opening of “Lion King” set again in July.
This opening for “Frozen II” pushes Disney previous $Three billion in annual home grosses for the third time in studio and trade historical past. That complete ought to blow by $3.5 billion by 12 months’s finish provided that “Frozen II” ought to leg out nicely by way of the vacation season and “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” remains to be to return in December. While “Frozen II” hasn’t obtained as excessive marks as its 2013 predecessor, reception remains to be sturdy with 75% from critics on Rotten Tomatoes and an A- on CinemaScore.
Disney additionally has a de facto 1-2 end on this weekend’s field workplace charts, as 20th Century Fox’s “Ford v Ferrari” will take the No. 2 spot. The racing movie is holding nicely towards “Frozen II,” dropping 51% from its $31.Four million opening for an estimated $15.Four million second weekend and a 10-day estimated complete of $57.Four million.
In third is Sony/TriStar’s “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” which is hitting the higher finish of field workplace projections with an estimated $14 million opening from 3,235 screens. Sony is hoping that widespread affection for “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” and near-unanimous acclaim will assist this crowd-pleaser endure on the field workplace towards vacation blockbusters. Reception for “Beautiful Day” was stronger than “Frozen II” with an A on CinemaScore and a 96% RT rating.
In fourth is STX’s “21 Bridges,” which is estimated to earn a stable $10 million opening from 2,665 screens after a $3.Three million Friday. As is customary for STX, this Chadwick Boseman cop thriller’s $33 million price range was co-financed, with Huayi Brothers and MWM Studios sharing prices. The movie has a B+ on CinemaScore and 46% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Completing the highest 5 are Lionsgate’s “Midway” and Paramount’s “Playing With Fire,” every with an estimated $4.5-5 million third weekend, bringing the full for “Midway” to roughly $43 million and “Playing With Fire” to $31 million. That places “Midway” previous the estimated break-even level for Lionsgate, which is barely distributing the movie within the U.S. and U.Ok. whereas manufacturing was financed independently by director Roland Emmerich.
Outside the highest 5, final weekend’s large flop, Sony/Columbia’s “Charlie’s Angels,” has fallen 63% from its poor $8.35 million opening, sitting in a near-tie for No. Eight with Universal’s “Last Christmas” with a $3.1 million weekend complete. That provides Elizabeth Banks’ spy movie a 10-day complete of $13.1 million towards a $48 million price range.
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