Box-Office Weekend: Frozen II Stops Competition Cold

Three films debuted in the top ten this weekend but only one finished firmly atop the box-office weekend. Disney’s Frozen II, delivered an absolutely astounding opening, bringing in $127 million over the weekend, easily besting the next highest grossing film by $111 million. The film also set the mark for the largest non-summer opening for an animated film as well as the fifth largest November opening of all time.

Last week’s top finisher, Ford v. Ferrari, was content to take second place this weekend with a $16 million weekend take, giving the film a two-week tally of $58 million. Meanwhile, the second debut to place in the top ten over the weekend, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, starring Tom Hanks as Fred Rogers, made $13.5 million in its opening weekend, garnering third place on our countdown and accolades from press and audiences alike.

The third debut of the weekend, the action crime drama 21 Bridges,
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