the new Disney movie manages to break a historical record

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Frozen 2‘ is the most successful animated film in history, managing to raise more than 1.45 billion dollars, surpassing the first part which has a mark of 1,290 million in collection. Among the brands we also found impressive numbers with their trailers on digital platforms, but now we have a new winner.

Last week the first trailer for ‘Inside Out 2’, achieving more than 158 million in its first 24 of visualizations. An impressive figure for the sequel to that film that premiered way back in 2015.

Much of the brand is owed to TikTok where it got a total of 78 million views, a little less than half of the total. As a matter of fact, when ‘Inside Out’ was released, this platform did not yet exist.

To put into context what the brand of ‘Frozen II’ was, during the first day the trailer was published it got 116.4 million views. The video was published on June 11, 2019 and currently exceeds 101 million on YouTube.

‘Inside Out’ or ‘Intense-Mind’ as it is known in Latin America is one of Pixar’s most successful films, telling the story of Riley, a girl who lives with five emotions that compete to take control of her actions.

‘Inside Out 2’ will be released on June 14, 2024 and it will be focused on Riley, but now as a teenager and that means new emotions. Joy, Fear, Anger, Sadness and Disgust will now have to live with Anxiety.

The announcement appeared a few hours after the actors’ strike in Hollywood ended.

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