Frozen Beats The Hunger Games At The Box Office

Posted: Dec 9 2013, 3:03am CST | by , Updated: Dec 9 2013, 7:47am CST, in News | Other Stuff


Frozen Beats The Hunger Games at the Box Office
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Disney’s animated tale titled "Frozen" beats "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" at the box office. "Out of the Furnace" meanwhile couldn’t measure up to the two blockbusters.

Frozen which portrays a cute snowman was the top movie this weekend. It easily bumped off Hunger Games: Catching Fire and even gave Out of the Furnace a run for its money. Raking in a colossal $31.6 million at the box office, it was followed by Hunger Games: Catching Fire which earned a gross amount of $27 million. Meanwhile, Out of the Furnace, which has Christian Bale and Casey Affleck in it scored at #3 with $5.3 million. 

This year will break the record amount of cash earned by movies since the previous season. There is the folklore story Inside Llewyn Davis which bagged $100,500 at the theaters on a nationwide level. Then comes, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug which is an interesting tale based upon J.R.R Tolkien’s writings about Middle Earth.   

It’s a neck to neck competition between Frozen and Hunger Games: Catching Fire. They are appearing in cinemas around the world. While the first is a Disney tale with all the animated characters that are fun, lively and cute. 

The second features a dystopian state in which couples are sent to forage in forests and stay alive. On the other hand, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom stars idris Elba. The movie is coming out at a time when the great South African leader and freedom fighter has departed this world for the next. 

Watch below the official trailer of Frozen.

Source: WSJ

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