A brief roundup of the good, the bad and the immensely profitable films this Thanksgiving weekend.
This holiday box office is already predicted to be a record breaker. With both Frozen premiering and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in cinemas, both movies are on course to break the previous Thanksgiving weekend record, according to The Hollywood Reporter. For the Wednesday-Sunday period, Frozen is predicted to bring in around $90 million, second only to Catching Fire, which is holding steady in its second week of release with $100 million predicted earnings for the same time period.
The second Hunger Games movie is on fire, if you'll pardon the pun.
Frozen is poised to easily beat the previous record for a Thanksgiving opening, which was set by Toy Story in 1999 with $80.1 million. It's also set to score the top opening for a Disney Animation Studios title, besting the $68.7 million debut of Tangled over Thanksgiving in 2010.
Meanwhile, Frozen has had a stellar opening day and is predicted a record-breaking weekend.
Follow over to the following pages for trailers of both films.