17 Disney movies that earn over $1 billion in revenue (Part II)
Iron Man 3 (2013 - $ 1.215 billion)
The third film of “Iron Man” marks the change in the psychology of Tony Stark. In addition to confronting the wicked, the film also centers on Iron Man's attempt to create new armor to cope with the prospect that he is obsessed with fear. After only 23 days in theaters, Iron Man 3 quickly earned $ 1 billion and stopped at No. 2, behind Frozen at the 2013 sales chart.
Beauty and the Beast (2017 - $ 1.263 billion)
The film was inspired by the animated Disney film of the same name in 1991, as well as the adaptation of the work written by French writer Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont. The idea with content is too familiar, so it was thought that the live-action version would not be successful. Bill Condon - Director of the film - was also quite hesitant to be recommended. Later, the Oscar-winning director made the film a success thanks to storytelling with music and the sophistication of beauty.
Frozen (2013 - $ 1.276 billion)
Frozen was named at the 71st Golden Globe and the 2014 Oscar for Best Animated Feature. In addition, the film also received many awards for soundtrack, namely the song "Let it go". On CinemaScore, Frozen received a rare A + rating from the audience. This product has helped the name of Disney appear again on the top spot in sales of the year.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017 - $ 1.333 billion)
Most experts think that this is a good movie part of the series. It received 91% of the votes on Rotten Tomatoes. Meanwhile, the opinions of the audiences about the film were not identical. However, “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is still a box office hit for Lucasfilms, marking three years in a row Disney has topped the world sales charts.
Black Panther ($ 2018 - $ 1,338 billion)
Marvel Studos launches in 2018 with the success of the Black Panther blockbuster, bringing in huge profits for the Disney publisher. In addition to the use of superhero material, the film also attracted the audiences by the cast of people of color. The professionals also spent a lot of positive feedback for “Black Panther” not only on the director, but also on cultural factors.
Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015 - $ 1.405 billion)
Following the success of The Avengers (2012), Season 2 also brought in billion dollars for Marvel Studios and Disney. Overall rating system on the Rotten Tomatoes website reported a 74% support rating for Avengers 2.
The Avengers (2012 - $ 1.52 billion)
Getting the attention of the media right from its project, it's not hard for “The Avengers” to make box office records. With a budget of $ 220 million, the film was set to hit # 1 in 2012. This was a solid premise for Marvel to produce future projects.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015 - $ 2.07 billion)
It is the third highest-grossing film in cinema history, the highest in Disney history. This film received positive feedback from both sides: professionals and audiences. CinemaScore voters scored A for this movie. The film also received five nominations at the 88th Academy Awards.
By: Gitta Russell