Frozen 2 has, needless to say, been a huge hit with fans of all ages. The film shows the continued adventures of Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel) and her sister Anna (Kristen Bell) as they try once more to save their home. With children likely dragging their parents and guardians to the cinema, it seems likely the movie has taken a fair amount in ticket sales since its release on November 22.
Since its release, as far as has been documented, Frozen 2 has made a staggering $738,573,344 (£571,773,939.99) worldwide.
That is almost as much as the first movie made in the USA in total when it was released in 2013, and is certainly nearing Frozen’s total of $1.3billion (£989.6million.)
In the USA alone, Frozen 2 has made $287,573,344 (£222,627,377.39) so far, while it has banked $451,000,000 (£349,145,528.60) in other countries.
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How much has Frozen 2 made? (Image: Disney)
These other countries include the UK, where the film has opened to a huge success.
So far, the takings outside of the USA has already exceeded the takings of the original Frozen movie, which took $400,738,009 (£310,281,421.92) in total.
This means, if Frozen 2 continues at the rate it has already, the film is on course to overtake its predecessor in terms of box office takings.
The success of the first film certainly cemented its future in the Disney franchise canon, and absolutely secured the second Frozen movie.
As a result, it seems like that, if Frozen 2 can beat Frozen in the box office standings, it seems absolutely likely a Frozen 3 will come to cinemas.
However, the second Frozen movie took six years to come to the big screen, and it seems likely this would be the same