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The release of Frozen II has been met with squeals of excitement from local kids Clementine, Nova, Huxley and Bijoux at the Palace Cinema in Byron last week.

The sequel comes six years after the first Frozen movie was released which took the world by snow storm. 

Frozen II has grossed over $900 million worldwide at the Box Office, and in the US it has beaten Twilight, Hunger Games and Harry Potter in its domestic total!

The movie is playing at Byron, Ballina, Lismore and Tweed cinemas.


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