Frozen, the latest Disney animated movie, has produced an avalanche in the box office. It has overcome The Hunger Games: Catching Fire at the box office. Since its Nov. 22 release, Frozen has earned $190.2 million.
Frozen has been successfully released in a Disney holiday tradition. The Disney Corp. topped the holiday box office with Tangled in 2010 and again with Wreck-It-Ralph in 2012. Frozen, adapted from a classic Han Christian Anderson story, is about a princess who seeks to help her princess sister control her destructive powers. Kristen Bell is the voice for Ana and Idina Menzel is the voice for Elsa.
Family and animated movies have long been favorites at Christmas time. Starting with Thanksgiving through Christmas, some of the most uplifting, hopeful, family movies are seen on television and in theaters. Classic, favorite Christmas movies for all ages have included: The Christmas Story, Miracle on 34th Street, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, The Muppet Christmas, It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas, A Muppet Family Christmas, The Christmas Carol (and its many versions/variations), Charlie Brown Christmas, Walt Disney Christmas, Scrooge (in its many variations and versions), Polar Express, The Toy that Saved Christmas, The Chronicles of Narnia, and The Velveteen Rabbit . Frozen, a heart-warming holiday movie in theaters now, is sure to join other holiday movies as a classic for years to come.
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