‘Frozen’ to be the top animated movie of 2017: Warner Bros.

‘Frozen’ to be the top animated movie of 2017: Warner Bros.

October 1, 2021 Comments Off on ‘Frozen’ to be the top animated movie of 2017: Warner Bros. By admin

Warner Bros.’s upcoming “Frozen” will become the top-grossing animated film of 2017.

That’s according to Box Office Mojo.

The movie, which will premiere in the United States on Dec. 19, will gross more than $2.1 billion in its first two weeks, surpassing the $2 billion it will take in over the next three weeks.

The studio, which has made a concerted push for “Frodo,” “Hair,” “A Monster Calls” and “Wonder Woman” to be among the top films of the year, is expected to spend $1 billion on the film.

The animated film is the first film from Disney-owned Pixar Animation Studios, which includes the likes of “Inside Out,” “Up,” “Moana,” “Inside out 2” and the forthcoming “Frost/Nixon.”

The studio’s first film, “A Bug’s Life,” grossed $1.2 billion worldwide.

The film also starred Anna Kendrick, John Goodman, Idris Elba, Chris Pine, Josh Gad and Zach Galifianakis.

“Futurama,” the animated show from Fox’s animated comedy “Archer,” was the top film of the last three months, grossing $1 million in its opening weekend.

“Arrow,” the DC Comics series starring Stephen Amell, “Supergirl,” “Legends of Tomorrow” and others, is the top new release.

“The Lego Movie” is the best-performing movie of the month.

Disney’s animated “Moondog Spot” will finish with $1,000,000 at 3,072 theaters.

The animation film earned $1M at 2,868 venues, according to comScore.

“Aladdin” will score the top grossing movie of 2016 at $857K, making it the third-biggest film of all time behind “Alice in Wonderland” ($1.3B) and “Beauty and the Beast” ($845M).

Disney’s latest animated film, a sequel to “Moontower,” grosses $1B at 1,972 venues.

“Moonglow” is up 4 percent at $1G at 1:52PM on Wednesday.

Disney-Pixar’s “The Incredibles 2” will be the fourth-bigger film of 2016 with $731.4M at 3;9 venues.

The Pixar sequel is expected in its third week.

“A Wrinkle in Time” will come in second with $574.6M at 1;25 venues.

Universal’s “Zootopia” is on top with $572.7M at 4,817 venues.

Disney is also looking to bring “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” to theaters in December.

“Cars 3” will take third place with $568.7 million at 3.6 theaters.

“Captain America: Civil War” will close in fourth place with a $563.9M debut at 2.4 theaters.