The biggest hit of all time is in Netflix’s library of animated classic movies, and the studio is expecting to have it all by the end of the year.
The Frozen franchise has been around for more than 20 years and now is the 25th anniversary of the film’s release in 2003.
Netflix announced today that Frozen will be the number one animated movie in the US library in 2019.
Frozen will make $1.2 billion at the box office in 2019, and will be a top-grossing movie in its first year in the States.
The other titles on Netflix’s list of the 10 most-watched movies in the world will be Frozen Fever, a sequel to the original Disney hit that was released in 2015.
The film will make around $1 billion in 2019 and will top the chart in the same year.
Netflix said that the original film will be available for purchase through October 2020.
The streaming service also revealed that it has added the Frozen movie to its catalog.
The Frozen franchise will make over $1 trillion in worldwide box office grosses in 2019 alone, the company said.
In a statement, Disney CEO Bob Iger said that he was very excited to be able to say that Frozen is one of the top-rated animated films of all-time.
“The Frozen movie is one we’re very proud of, but there are still so many great movies that are out there,” Iger added.
“There are many films that we haven’t yet released in the franchise that we hope to get into the movies library soon.”
Iger said Frozen will hit the top of the US and UK streaming service charts, but will also be available on Disney Movies Anywhere.
The movie will make nearly $1 million at the US box office, and Disney is planning to make more movies available in the near future.
The next release on Netflix is The Nutcracker, a movie starring Kevin Spacey and directed by John Lasseter.
It will make more than $1B in 2019 with a $2.3B domestic gross.
The film is set in a world where the first nutcracker was released as a child toy.
It’s also been adapted for the big screen.
Netflix plans to release more than 500 episodes of The NutCracker and other films in 2019 that have been adapted.