LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) — Disney’s “Frozen 2” continued its amazing run at the box office, topping the list for the third weekend in a row in North America where it earned $34.67 million according to estimates compiled by Comscore.
The weekend’s haul brings Frozen’s North American cume through Sunday to $337.6 million, an impressive feat for a movie that’s been in theaters for just 17 days.
Internationally, “Frozen 2” raked in $90.2M in 45 material territories for a global weekend of $124.9 million and a global cume to date of $919.7 million.
Lionsgate’s comedy “Knives Out” came in second place for its second weekend in theaters, adding $14.15 million in North American, bringing its worldwide cume to date to $124.056 million.
The number three spot went to Fox’s “Ford V. Ferrari” which added $6.537 million in North America, bringing its four-week domestic cume to $91.1 million. Internationally “Ford V. Ferrari” added $14.8M for a global cume to date of $167.6M.