Frozen is the No.1 Animated Movie of All Time!

By April Lara | 4 years ago
Frozen is the No.1 Animated Movie of All Time!
Producer Peter Del Vecho, Writer and Co-Director Jennifer Lee, and Co-Director Chris Buck at the world premiere for Disney’s Frozen at the El Capitan Theatre on November 19, 2013. Wikimedia Commons/Mingle MediaTV

We can’t let it go because Disney’s “Frozen” has become the No.1 animated movie of all time!

Yes, you heard it right and the animated film has surpassed “Toy Story 3.” It is now no. 10 on the biggest global blockbusters list and also the first billion-dollar title from Disney Animation Studios and the 7th from Disney.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Frozen” earned $398.4 million domestically and $1.072 billion internationally.

Its final market being Japan, sealed the deal with its strong run, grossing $50.5 million so far, after four months since the initial release in theatres of the movie in the U.S. The animated movie also surpassed “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest.”

Now, “Frozen” is reportedly aiming to surpass “The Dark Knight Rises” with earnings of $1.084 billion worldwide. Hmmm… we just think that there’s a huge possibility that the movie will surpass this judging by its performance over the months.

Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee directed the film and it also won the best animated film in the Oscars 2014.

A Broadway adaptation is being talked about as of the moment, and if this pushes through, it’s going to rake more and more millions.

We’re not surprised that the movie has already earned millions and now made it to the top. Wow, “Frozen” is now the no.1 animated film of all time! The music, the characters and the plot are magically amazing and adults and children alike were able to appreciate it.

Indeed, it is a “Frozen” phenomenon that warmed our hearts from start to finish. Surely almost everyone knows the lyrics of the song “Let it Go” by heart. Some even  want to build a snowman like Olaf, who loves warm hugs!

“Frozen” is the no. 1 animated movie of all time because it really hit home and resonated with people from all walks of life, whether kids, adults, girls, boys and even gays and lesbians. The tale of two sisters and the true meaning of love, which in the movie showed is not just about “romantic love” but love in its highest and truest form that you feel for others was truly heartwarming. The film’s success is well deserved and a lot of people, especially the fans, are looking forward to its future accomplishments both in awards and box office numbers.




About the author

April Lara has a degree in Journalism and Professional Culinary Arts. She started a career in Journalism in 2009 and has been part of MNG since March 2015.