It may not surprise many people that in 2019, Disney was the studio with the highest revenue in box office revenue. However, Disney broke many records with lip-balancing revenues.
Many people won’t be surprised if we say Disney is the winner in the box office revenues of 2019. However, Disney’s box office revenues and record-breaking records are much more than they might have thought. In 2019, Disney managed to earn 33% of the total box office revenue in the US alone, and became the first studio in the world to exceed $ 10 billion in box office revenue.
For the first time since 1999, according to Comscore, a single studio was able to earn so much box office revenue in the US and Canada. The company achieved $ 3.76 billion in box office revenue in the United States, breaking the all-time record worldwide and managed to earn $ 7.35 billion in box office proceeds. The company also managed to set an all-time box office record with a total box office revenue of $ 11.12 billion.
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When Disney and Fox’s revenues are combined in 2019, the company’s total revenue reaches $ 13.15 billion. Although this domination of the company over box office revenues is a bit intimidating, it seems quite difficult for a single studio to establish such a dominance for a long time.
Disney was able to cross the $ 1 billion box office threshold worldwide with several films released last year. The films that were released in 2019 and passed the $ 1 billion threshold are as follows:
Captain Marvel: $ 1.13 billion
Avenger: Endgame: $ 2.8 billion
Aladdin: $ 1.05 billion
The Lion King: $ 1.66 billion
Toy Story 4: $ 1.07 billion
Frozen 2: $ 1.26 billion
Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker: $ 815 million (still in sight)
Disney also won the top 6 box office grosses in the US. These films include Endgame, The Lion King, Toy Story 4, Frozen 2, Captain Marvel and Rise of Skywalker. Spider-Man: Far From Home is the seventh place on the list.
In the next few years, it is difficult for Disney to see these figures. With the fourth stage of the cinematic universe, Marvel is turning back to smaller films, and Star Wars movies are suspended until 2022.