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‘Frozen II’ Skyrockets to $140 Million-Plus Weekend in Early

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Disney’s “Frozen II” is already displaying indicators that it might blow by even the wildest expectations this Thanksgiving weekend, probably setting a brand new five-day complete document for the vacation interval.

According to early business estimates, “Frozen II” is now projected to earn greater than $140 million from Wednesday to Sunday. On Monday, analysts who spoke to TheWrap projected a robust $80 million prolonged weekend for the sequel. But after the movie earned $12.eight million on Monday and $20.7 million on Tuesday — November information for each these weekdays — projections started quickly climbing.

Of course, all this comes with the caveat that it is a lengthy weekend and numbers can fluctuate over the subsequent few days. But even when “Frozen II” completed with a $115 million five-day complete, that might nonetheless set a brand new document for any movie in theaters throughout Thanksgiving weekend. The all-time Thanksgiving document goes to “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” which was in its second weekend in theaters throughout Thanksgiving 2013 and grossed $109.9 million over 5 days.

Of course, the opposite huge movie in theaters that weekend six years in the past was the unique “Frozen,” which earned a five-day opening of $93.5 million. “Frozen II” is now anticipated to blast by that and will have a 1o-day home complete of over $300 million and greater than double the full that the unique “Frozen” had after two weekends.

Meanwhile, the weekend’s two new releases, Lionsgate’s “Knives Out” and Universal/Makeready’s “Queen & Slim,” are additionally seeing their weekend estimates development upward. “Knives Out,” which was projected for a $30 million opening towards a $40 million finances, is now taking a look at a $38-40 million five-day begin from 3,391 screens. “Queen & Slim” is now estimated for a $15 million prolonged opening from 1,625 screens towards a $20 million finances.

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