Over the weekend, Disney’s hit film Frozen became the top-grossing animated film in box office history, topping $1 billion in global sales.
In the U.S., the animated musical has hit over $398 million since opening last Thanksgiving weekend, and added $674 million at foreign box offices for a global total of $1.072 billion.
The previous animated-film box office champ was 2010’s Toy Story 3, which raked in $1.063 billion in sales.
Frozen, inspired by The Snow Queen fairytale, tells the story of a Scandinavian princess who must reconnect with her sister, the Queen, who has the power of freezing anything into ice with her hands and accidentally sets off a long winter that is destroying their kingdom.
In addition to becoming the top animated film, it is also the 10th-largest grossing film in history.