The Disney princess flick Frozen will hit theaters this weekend with a huge opening in theaters that is likely to be one of the biggest for a live-action movie.
That opening is the biggest opening for a Disney film in years.
The film, which is currently in its second week of wide release, is now the third highest grossing film of the year for Disney.
It will become the fourth highest grosser of the Disney Pixar slate.
That’s a record for a Pixar film.
The previous record is three.
And it’s the biggest grossing Pixar film of all time.
But the movie has been a disappointment for Disney, with critics and critics alike saying that the film’s performance in theaters is poor.
Its box office performance has been on the low end of what many have hoped for from the film, with analysts saying that it is unlikely to match the success of its predecessors.
And it seems to have fallen short of expectations.
It has had a disappointing performance in the U.S. and overseas, which has led to it getting knocked back from its high-profile debut at the box office in Europe and Japan.
And in the long run, that may not be a good thing for the movie as audiences return to their comfort zones.
But what is the deal with the film?
How does it compare to other live-tweeted live-streamed films?
Here’s a look at the numbers to get an idea of how the movie compares to other films of its ilk.
For the sake of comparison, here are the other top-grossing live-television shows from 2015: The Bachelor (ABC) – $9.5 billion The Walking Dead (AMC) – $6.5 million House of Cards (Netflix) -$6 million The Big Bang Theory (CBS) – -$5.8 million American Idol (ABC/CBS) $5 millionThe Middle (Fox) – $5 million Saturday Night Live (NBC) – $4.6 millionHow did Frozen fare at the U, too?
The movie has a global gross of $89.7 million, making it the second highest grossed film of 2015 in the world behind the last two films, which both made $90 million worldwide.
That is more than three times the opening weekend box office for Frozen.
The story centers on a girl named Anna who goes on a journey with her sister Elsa to save the world.
Anna and Elsa must cross borders, battle villains, and travel to the far reaches of the world to rescue Anna and save the princess.
Elsa’s journey involves saving the kingdom from a monster, battling a dragon, and saving a kingdom.
Elsa and Anna must save the kingdom by the power of friendship.
Frozen has been praised for its story, which centers on two sisters who are united by their love of helping others.
Frozen is a Disney Princess movie that was based on a story by the hit Broadway musical Frozen.
It follows the story of Anna and Elsa, the story behind Frozen, and the stories behind Anna and Kristoff.
Anna’s journey includes helping the little girl Kristoff save the Frozen kingdom.
The film follows Kristoff’s quest to save Anna from the dangers of the Frozen Kingdom.
Anna also travels with her sisters to the Frozen Lands, where she and her sister Kristoff face challenges and encounters with other children and other creatures.
Anna is determined to save her kingdom and the world from the evils of the frozen lands.
Kristoff is the most prominent character in the film.
He is a wise and brave young man who wants to help others and is determined not to allow the kingdom to be destroyed by the darkness of the snow.
Kristoff travels the world and challenges all of humanity in order to save his people from the darkness.
Kristoff is also a powerful leader, having led the Frozen army for many years.
Kristerlf is the second most important character in this film.
She is the younger sister of Anna.
He travels with Anna and Anna’s family, fighting monsters and facing other monsters.
His journey includes traveling with Anna to the world of Ice King, where he faces monsters, traveling to the kingdom of Arendelle, and finding the magical weapon called the Heart of Ice.
Anna’s and Kristerlfs journey includes fighting and defeating the Snow Queen.
The movie also stars Kristoff and Anna in a scene that is one of my favorite scenes of the film: Anna and the Snow King fighting.
This scene is one I loved the most from the first Frozen.
Kristof, Anna, and Elsa are having a battle and Anna is being the most badass.
And I love how Kristoff gets down on one knee and embraces Anna.
It’s so perfect.
I don’t know if I have ever seen a scene like that in a Disney movie before, and it is something I have to watch again.