The Lion King DETHRONES Frozen: The highest ever gross animated film
Elsa would likely sing, "Let It Go," because she and Frozen's other cast had to let go of the record for the weekend's highest-grossing all-time title animated movie. The animated film published in 2013 kept the record for six long years before Simba went with The Lion King to the large screen and broke the record.
With the weekend income, the directorial of Jon Favreau has now become Frozen's highest-grossing all-time animated film. Box Office Mojo shared the box office collection, according to which The Lion King projected a $1.3 billion collection around the world front. At the time of release, Frozen collected only $1.2 billion.
As per the recent collections, The Lion King has officially become the top-grossing all-time animated movie. For those who wonder whether or not The Lion King is a "live-action," let's make them clear that the remake is considered as a computer-animated remake "photorealistic."
The Lion King falls within the category of animation by that explanation. With The Lion King finishing second in the top-grossing film for all-time and Frozen, Incredible 2 stands third with $1.242 billion, and Minions stands behind the two films at $1.15 billion. Zootopia, Toy Story 3, Finding Dory and Despicable Me 3 and are also included in the list.
The Lion King in the U.S. earned $473.1 million while raising a total $861.5 million. The Lion King registered the second largest collection in China. The Lion King gathered Rs 150.09 crore in India.