Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Frozen has a good chance to be the best film of 2017.
With a solid $70 million opening weekend, it will easily surpass the $80 million gross of The Jungle Book in 2017.
However, that’s a small fraction of the $300 million total global box office generated by the film.
Frozen has earned more than $1.3 billion globally since its 2009 release and is one of the biggest animated movies ever made.
And it’s coming off of a big, summer blockbuster year that saw its box office take off.
Frozen is expected to hit $3.7 billion worldwide by the end of 2020, according to Variety.
That’s not just the best start to a movie’s life, but the biggest ever for an animated film.
And that will include $1 billion from China alone.
In a world that has seen a surge in movies with big budgets, Frozen could be a major box office hit in 2020.
Its production budget is roughly double the cost of a typical Pixar movie, and it is expected that the film will make more than double the domestic box office of The Great Gatsby.
Frozen also has some of the highest production values on a budget, as the film’s characters look like they’re in the pages of a cartoon.
Disney also is taking its biggest gamble yet: it will release the film on VOD as a live-action feature film.
With Disney Animation Studios having already produced a wide range of animated feature films, including The Lion King and Pocahontas, Frozen is the kind of project that is likely to draw more attention than its theatrical counterparts.
But it’s also likely to be a hit in the U.S. Its opening weekend is projected to earn more than the $60 million earned by the first two Star Wars films.
And there is a lot of excitement about the film, which has a chance to break box office records.
Disney is releasing a new trailer this week that features some new music and animation.
The movie also features the first footage from the upcoming feature film sequel, which is set for a December 15, 2020 release.
Disney has also set the record for the biggest live-streamed event ever: the Frozen Celebration.
The event will feature live performances by some of Hollywood’s biggest stars, including Emma Watson and Justin Timberlake, plus a full orchestra.
In addition to being the first live-tweeted Disney feature film, Frozen will be one of two animated films to have a direct-to-video release on Disney XD starting in 2020, along with Disney’s new live-comedy The Grinch.
Disney will also stream a new version of the movie on the Disney XD app.
That will include a shorter version, in which characters are shown on a TV screen instead of in a cinema, as well as the feature version that has previously been streamed on Vudu and other streaming platforms.
The film is the biggest ticketed release to date for Disney Animation, a unit of Disney and the Walt Disney Company that has been steadily growing its presence in the entertainment industry for years.
While the company is not releasing a live version of Frozen, the company does have a lot more than just live-events.
Disney Animation is currently working on a slate of new animated movies, including a live adaptation of the animated hit Finding Nemo and an animated feature film that will star Emma Watson.