“Frozen II” continues its reign at the box office for a second consecutive weekend, bringing in an additional $85.2 million domestically for a five-day long weekend total of $123.7 million.
In the process, reports Variety, the Disney sequel set a new record for the U.S. Thanksgiving long weekend, topping the previous record set by “Hunger Games: Catching Fire”, which raked in $109 million during the same period back in 2013.
In its first two weeks of release, “Frozen II” is approaching the $300 million mark domestically, with $278 million at the box office to date. Meanwhile, the film’s international numbers are even more impressive, earning $739 million worldwide in just 12 days.
The Rian Johnson-directed “Knives Out” landed in second place, bringing in $27 million in its opening weekend.
Rounding out the top five are: “Ford v Ferrari” at third place with $13.2 million; “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” taking fourth with $11.8 million; and “Queen & Slim” in fifth place with a domestic take of $11.7 million.