After cooking up best-ever Thanksgiving numbers, the animated tentpole is days away from skating past $1 billion globally.
Princess Anna and Queen Elsa delivered royal results for Disney over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Frozen 2 has propelled the alpha film studio past the $3.2 billion mark in 2019 domestic ticket sales — a new industry record that eclipses the $3.09 billion collected by Disney titles in all of 2018 and puts the company's marketshare at more than 31 percent, according to Comscore estimates through Sunday. (This doesn't include films it inherited from 20th Century Fox in late March, such as Ford v Ferrari.)
Among films studios, Warner Bros. is No. 2 in terms of domestic marketshare with $1.5 billion (15 percent), followed by Universal with $1.4 billion (14.1 percent), Sony with $1 billion (10.7 percent), Lionsgate with $678.1 million (6.6 percent) and Paramount with $557.6 million (5.4 percent), according to Comscore. Fox movies have earned $489.8 million year to date (4.9 percent).