Disney Tops $7 Billion at Box Office in 2018

The Walt Disney Studios raked in more than $7 billion at the box office in 2018.
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December 11, 2018

Disney Tops $7 Billion at Box Office in 2018

According to a company statement, the achievement is only the second time in history that any studio has passed the $7 billion mark, only topped by Disney’s 2016 global gross of $7.6 billion.

International box office earnings through Dec. 9 are estimated at $4.069 billion, which the company provides is its second biggest year and third most significant in the industry.

The studio's domestic box office brought in roughly $2.948 billion, near the $3 billion records Disney set in 2016.

Marvel’s Studios’

Avengers: Infinity War

was the No.1 film of the year around the world and internationally.

Black Panther

was the No. 1 film of the year domestically and No.2. around the world, reaching $1.35 billion globally, including $700 million in the U.S. and Canada. Pixar’s

Incredibles 2

earned $608.6 million, the biggest animated film in domestic history and the no.2 animated film in history with $1.24 billion.

Ant-Man and The Wasp, Solo: A Star Wars Story and Christopher Robin,


Ralph Breaks the Internet

also performed well for the company.

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