Big news for Disney's newest release Frozen: According to Vulture, the animated pic managed to knock The Hunger Games: Catching Fire off the top spot after it's dominated the box office charts for three weeks since its release. This is no surprise—Frozen, which is now in its second week, was mostly responsible for the massive 22 percent rise in movie ticket sales over Thanksgiving, and it's been getting great reviews (currently, it holds an 88% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes). 

As for its domestic total: Frozen managed to pull in an impressive $31.6 million this weekend, bringing its total earnings to about $134.3 million so far. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has earned $675 million worldwide.

Unlike Frozen and Catching Fire, however, was Christian Bale and Casey Affleck's new film Out of the Furnace: That film premiered in third place with only $5.3 million earned, a disappointing take for a film boasting such large names like Bale, Affleck, Woody Harrelson and Zoe Saldana. In the fourth spot, Thor: The Dark World earned about $4.7 million—not bad for its fifth week—and Vince Vaughn's Delivery Man took the fifth spot with $3.8 million earned.

[via Vulture]