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Like Rotten tomatoes‘Erik Davis announced, Illumination’s Sing 2 became the first (purely) animated film to surpass $ 100 million at the box office since 2019. This weekend Sing 2 was right behind Spider-Man: No Path Home, which topped the charts as one of the most successful Marvel movies of all time.
Originally, Davis captioned the tweet: “Another big box office event this weekend belongs to # Sing2 ($ 109 million), which becomes the first animated film to surpass $ 100 million at the domestic box office since #Sonic the hedgehog in February 2020. He also arrived home this weekend as well, but still came in at # 2 behind Spider-Man.
However, upon reflection, Davis continued the thread with another Tweeter this explained how Sonic the Hedgehog was a poor comparison given its mix of animation and live action as opposed to pure animation Sing 2. In the sequel Davis corrected himself, “I shouldn’t have used SONIC as it’s more of a hybrid animated / real movie, so the last pure animated movie to achieve that would be FROZEN II. 2019, which makes SING 2’s milestone even more impressive. . “
Set in a world where anthropomorphic animals coexist, Sing follows everyday animals with big dreams who are recruited by Buster Moon to star in his latest all-sung and dance theatrical exhibition. Both To sing and its sequel features the collective voices of Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Seth MacFarlane, Scarlett Johansson, John C. Reilly, Tori Kelly, Taron Egerton and Nick Kroll.
The sequel features new characters voiced by Bobby Cannavale, Pharrell Williams, Halsey, Chelsea Peretti, Letitia Wright, Eric AndrÃ©, Adam Buxton, and Bono.
Sing 2The s story follows the events of the previous film, where Buster Moon and his company put on a show in Redshore City while working to impress an entertainment mogul.
When Frozen II was released, it was declared “highest grossing animated film in historyAnd won $ 1.325 billion at the global box office. In addition, as Variety reported: “He [Frozen II] launched with $ 130 million, setting a November record for an animated film and becoming the first non-summer animated title to surpass triple digits in its first weekend.
It remains to be seen if Sing 2 will approach astronomical numbers of Frozen II at the global box office, but that seems unlikely given the pandemic and Frozenspecific cultural position of.