"Frozen" fans, Disney has a new box office queen and she's a bunny.
"Zootopia" grossed more than $75 million domestically, Disney told CNBC on Monday, dethroning "Frozen" (which earned $67.4 million in its first three days) as the highest opening weekend earner for the company's animation unit.
The animated feature earned more than $235 million globally since it rolled out in international markets mid-February, likely recouping its production budget. Disney has yet to release the film's production price tag.
"Frozen" had a budget of $150 million, while "Big Hero 6" cost the studio $165 million. "Frozen" went on to gross more than $1.27 billion and "Big Hero 6" brought in $657 million, Box Office Mojo said.