After taking in $20.8 million in domestic ticket sales on Wednesday, the
The "Hunger Games" sequel is on track to make anywhere from $90 million to $100 million through Sunday, which would give it the record for the biggest five-day Thanksgiving weekend gross ever, topping "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone's" $82.4-million haul in 2001.
The movie has earned a total of $222 million so far, domestically, and $201 million abroad for a worldwide total of $423 million.
Disney's new 3-D animated fairy tale musical "Frozen," which opened in wide release this week, is also looking strong after generating $26.3 million on Wednesday and Thursday, combined.
The film, with the vocal talents of Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel, looks likely to top Disney's big 2010 Thanksgiving opener, the animated
"Frozen" has drawn a warm reception from critics and an enthusiastic response from audiences. CinemaScore, a research firm that polls moviegoers, gave the movie a rating of "A+."
Other openers include the Open Road Films action thriller "Homefront" with a two-day total of $2.83 million. The
Fox Searchlight's "Black Nativity," based on the play by
[For the record: An earlier version of this post mispelled the title of the movie "Tangled"]