How do you sell a $1.9 billion film at the Cannes Film Festival?

Posted April 03, 2018 07:54:58 The Hollywood Reporter reports that Disney’s Frozen, the world’s most-watched animated film ever, is opening at Cannes on April 3.

This will be the first time Disney will open a film at Cannes since The Lion King opened in 2009.

The film is set to be the third film in the Disney Frozen series to open at the festival.

Frozen 3 was released in 2017 and Frozen 2 was released earlier this year.

Disney has not announced the opening date of its next film, but it will probably be out before Cannes’ summer run ends.

Cannes is also looking at the possibility of opening its own film festival in 2019.

Disney’s Frozen 3, the most-hailed film of all time, opened to $1,971,400 at the box office in its opening weekend.

The film is expected to have a big impact on the summer box office, but Disney is aiming for an even bigger summer.

Disney is looking to expand its films to multiplexes, where audiences are more likely to have tickets, as well as the U.S. market.

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