Frozen 2: Animation Most Eagerly Awaited

Disney’s Frozen II is expecting a massive opening weekend ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.

The sequel to the hit Frozen is projected to earn over $100 million when it launches on November 22.

Though “Frozen II” should beat the competition during Thanksgiving, it will contend with new offerings, including Sony’s Mister Rogers film “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” and STX’s drama “21 Bridges.”

A triple-digit debut for Frozen II would be a jump on the original.  The 2013 animated musical-adventure launched over Thanksgiving, generating $67.4 million over the weekend and a record-setting $93.6 million through its first five days of release.

Frozen became a box office sensation, ending its theatrical run with a massive $1.3 billion in worldwide ticket sales — still the biggest haul ever for an animated title.

Aside from placing tunes like “Let It Go” and “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” in our collective consciousness, the accolades also include two Oscars and a Tony-nominated Broadway musical.