“Frozen 2” is unstoppable! Not only did Disney’s latest creation has captured the hearts and inspired many movie-goers, it’s also relishing its success over the Thanksgiving weekend.

Frozen Elsa "Frozen 2" has broken box office records. Photo: Disney

Over the weekend, “Frozen 2,” which stars Idina Menzel (Elsa), Kristen Bell (Anna) and Josh Gad (Olaf), reportedly brought in $85.3 million in the U.S. and Canada. As a result, Disney’s movie earned a whopping $132.7 million from Wednesday to Sunday, Fox News reported. Within its 10-day domestic release, the film has reportedly earned $288 million.

The film the took the second spot at $27 million was “Knives Out,” starring Chris Evans, Ana de Armas and Daniel Craig, while “Ford v Ferrari,” which stars Christian Bale and Matt Damon, took over the third spot at $13.2 million, Cinemablend reported.

Here’s an interesting fact about “Frozen 2.” Walt Disney Animation Studios reportedly don’t just do a sequel unless the filmmakers have this “idea” and have the desire to tell the story. Interesting, “Frozen 2” is Disney’s 58th animated movie. Apparently, this sequel is only their 4th. Moreover, “Frozen 2” is the 1st animated musical sequel by said the giant company.

We all know that fans waited for six years just for “Frozen 2,” right? Apparently, the movie’s sequel was not a disappointment. Many fans fell even more in love with the characters of Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and Olaf. Not only that, the plot of the story was inspiring too.

Many “Frozen 2” fans took to Twitter to express how the film exceeded their expectations. Here are some Tweets reposted by Disney’s Frozen 2 official Twitter account.

“Frozen 2” continues Elsa and Anna’s tale. The Snow Queen and the princess of Arendelle embark on a journey to find out where the Snow Queen’s magical powers came from.

In Sept. 2016, “Frozen 2” filmmakers started research. They reportedly went to Norway, Iceland and Finland. They got deeply inspired by the locals there. Finding the difference between Norway and Iceland, the filmmakers used this distinctively identify the characters of Elsa and Anna —Anna finding comfort in the fairytale-ish setting of Norway, while Elsa delving deeply into the dark, mythic milieu of Iceland.

Let’s stop before we spoil anything further, shall we? For those who haven’t watched “Frozen 2” yet, you might want arrange your schedule and get the tickets otherwise, you will miss all the fun and lessons you might learn from the film.

“Frozen 2” hit the U.S. and UK theaters on Nov. 22. Australia will have to wait until Dec. 26.