17 Disney movies that earn over $1 billion in revenue (Part I)
1.Avengers: Infinity War (2018)
The movie is one of the six products of Marvel Studios appear on this list. To date, “Avengers’ sales have reached $ 1.198 billion, which contributed to raising the total number of Walt Disney Studios’ works with billion revenue of to 17.
2. Zootopia (2016 - $ 1.023 billion)
The Oscars 2017 called “Zootopia” the best animated film. Prior to this, the film also won the 2017 Golden Globe Award and won at the Annie Awards with 6 awards. An interesting story of a world, where animals live and work as humans, has set many box office records in many countries at the time of launch.
3. Alice in Wonderland (2010 - $ 1.025 billion)
Despite receiving only above average ratings from professionals, “Alice in Wonderland” was still in the top sales of 2010. The movie was criticized for being too focused in the image section and forgetting the coherence and connection in the content. That is why Alice's story won only awards for costume design and production at the 2011 Oscar.
4. Finding Dory (2016 - $ 1.029 billion)
Finding Dory is one of the Disney animated films. This is considered to be the sequel to "Finding Nemo" (2003) with a focus on Dory's temporary memory loss, along with her family reunion journey. The majority of viewers scored A for the film on CinemaScore, and the experts also favored 95% for Dory.
5. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011 - $ 1,045 billion)
The year 2011 saw the competition between “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” and “Fast Five”. However, Season 4 of the pirate movie series won the prize when it raised double the amount of money that the competitor earned and became the most popular film in 2011.
6. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016 - $ 1.056 billion)
Most critics are positive about this movie. Many fans of the Star Wars universe also thought that this was one of the best content. The film received an average score of A from the audience on CinemaScore. However, in addition to the big revenue, “Rogue One” did not have any awards at the prestigious awards ceremony that year.
7. Toy Story 3 (2010 - $ 1.063 billion)
This is the third installment of the Toy Story animated series, produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Disney. The film was widely praised by critics and dedicated to high scores on the review pages. Overcoming “Alice in Wonderland”, “Toy Story 3” was the top-grossing blockbuster in 2010.
8. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006 - $ 1.066 billion)
Having been on the list for the past decade, this was a great achievement for the hit movie franchise in particular and Disney’s movies in general. With sales exceeding $ 1 billion after 63 days of release, this is the most successful episode of all. The film was nominated for four Oscars at the 79th Academy Awards.
9. Captain America: Civil War (2016 - $ 1.153 billion)
The decision to make a difference to the original comics was the reason for the success of "Civil War." On the Rotten Tomatoes review, the film received 91% of the votes based on 363 reviews, with an average score of 7.7 / 10. “Captain America: Civil War” is a move in the plot style of Marvel Studios. In addition to the action scenes, character’s psychology began to be focused and dug deeper.
By: Roxana Edwards