'Frozen' Named Google Play's Movie of the Year
The company releases data about the "Year in Entertainment"
The data team at Google Play has crunched the numbers to determine the most popular movies, TV shows, books and music on the online store, and according to the tech giant Disney had a big year.
The movie of the year was the studio's animated hit Frozen, which also scored album of the year thanks to the the success of Let it Go. Disney's Pixar, meanwhile, had the top comeback movie of the year with Toy Story.
The top TV show of 2014 was AMC's the Walking Dead. Meanwhile, the most-searched actor on the service was comedian Robin Williams, who died in August.
In music, the top song was Katy Perry's Dark Horse and the Iggy Azalea's Fancy was dubbed "song of the summer." The fastest-growing music category was soundtracks driven by downloads of music from Frozen, Guardians of the Galaxy, Despicable Me 2 and The Lego Movie.
The top book of the year, John Green's The Fault in Our Stars, was likely boosted by its box-office success. Meanwhile, Fifty Shades of Grey and Divergent, which round out the top three, are headed to the box office next year.