“Frozen” Destroys the Box Office — Round Two

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The list of accolades for Disney’s Frozen is turning into a pretty lengthy one. It became just the seventh movie in the last 50 years to be No. 1 at the box office on two separate occasions at least six weeks apart. The film has managed to stay in theaters for more than two months when many other titles have already come and gone. The soundtrack was on top of the Billboard Top 200 for two weeks. Frozen already won a Golden Globe for best animated film and is up for the same category at the Academy Awards (along with best song for “Let It Go”).

Frozen is a great movie, but it also happened to stumble upon a perfect storm at the box office. With a release date right around Thanksgiving, it got to capitalize on two big holidays with limited competition. Sure, some other heavy hitters like The…

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