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‘Moana’ Could Surpass ‘Frozen’ In Second Weekend At Box Office

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News video: ‘Moana’ Could Surpass ‘Frozen’ In Second Weekend At Box OfficeDisney’s “Moana” is poised to reclaim the box office title in its second weekend of release — but it will have to show serious legs to challenge all-time animated champ “Frozen.” “Moana” is on pace to earn at least $25 million this weekend, a roughly 60 percent drop from its $56 million haul for the three-day post-Thanksgiving weekend. “Frozen,” which also opened at Thanksgiving in 2013, earned $31.6 million in its second weekend.

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