(Reuters) — Disney’s “Frozen” is having a great week. First the film snagged two Oscars on Sunday (March 02) – one for best original song “Let It Go,” and the other for best animated feature. But now the film has made headlines again: it has officially earned more than 1 billion dollars worldwide. And that number is set to increase, as the movie is still in theaters, will open in Japan later this month, and will start adding DVD sales to its tally when that is released in the U.S. on March 18.
“Let It Go,” from the animated film “Frozen” won the Oscar for best original song on Sunday (March 2) at the 86th annual Academy Awards.
“Let it Go” was also performed live at the Academy Awards by singer and songwriter Idina Menzeland received a standing ovation from the entire audience.