Disney reaches record for highest gross year for a studio after raking in $ 7.67 billion

Disney breaks records! Studio giant raises $ 7.67 BILLION at the global checkout after the FIVE most-profit films in the US

  • The success of Avengers: Endgame, Aladdin and Captain Marvel set the success of the studio giant in motion after they each earned more than $ 1 billion
  • The latest releases, Toy Story 4 and The Lion King, have each earned more than $ 900 million at the register since their release
  • The studio shattered its own record earlier in 2016 when it earned $ 7.61 billion from the global cash register
  • This year's figure includes $ 5.09 billion in foreign earnings
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Disney has set a record for the most profitable year for a studio in history – and the summer is not over yet, with its blockbusters still selling a mint off box office.

Disney Studios announced on Sunday that it had earned a whopping 7.67 billion dollars at the global cash register.

That figure includes $ 5.09 billion in foreign income. This is the first time that a Hollywood studio has surpassed $ 5 billion internationally, according to the Hollywood reporter.

The studio broke its own record, established in 2016 when, according to the US, the global cash register earned $ 7.61 billion CNN.

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Disney set a record for the most profitable year ever for a studio ever this year after earning no less than $ 7.67 billion at the global cash register

Disney set a record for the most profitable year ever for a studio ever this year after earning no less than $ 7.67 billion at the global cash register

This year's success is due to successful blockbusters including Avengers: Endgame – which has written history as the biggest blockbuster of all time.

The studio also has the five best films with the most profit in the American cash register this year. Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel and Aladdin all yielded a return of more than $ 1 billion at the global cash register.

And these summer releases – Toy Story 4 and The Lion King – are on their way to breaking the $ 1 billion barrier after winning over $ 900 million worldwide.

& # 39; Disney's global dominance reflects what happens when you have some of the biggest movie brands & # 39 ;, said Paul Dergarabedian, a senior media analyst at Comscor, to the outlet.

This year's success is due to the films Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel and Aladdin, who earned more than $ 1 billion at the global cash register. Avengers: Endgame has written history as the greatest blockbuster of all time

This year's success is due to the films Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel and Aladdin, who earned more than $ 1 billion at the global cash register. Avengers: Endgame has written history as the greatest blockbuster of all time

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This year's success is due to the films Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel and Aladdin, who earned more than $ 1 billion at the global cash register. Avengers: Endgame has written history as the greatest blockbuster of all time

This year the studio also claims the top five most profitable films in the American cash register

This year the studio also claims the top five most profitable films in the American cash register

Aladdin was one of Disney's most profitable films this year and earned more than $ 1 billion in worldwide sales

Aladdin was one of Disney's most profitable films this year and earned more than $ 1 billion in worldwide sales

This year the studio also claims the top five most profitable films in the American cash register. Disney & # 39; s best films this year Captain Marvel (left) and Aladdin (right)

& # 39; Not to mention the marketing power to get that content into the minds of virtually every potential cinema visitor on a consistent basis & # 39 ;, he added.

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And it seems that House of Mouse's success does not stop soon with several highly anticipated blockbusters, including Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, Frozen 2 and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker that will be released later this year.

Perhaps the only rival Disney faces in the film studio industry is Warner Bros, which releases It: Chapter 2 and Jumanji: The Next Level this fall and winter.

Disney accounts for around 45% of the $ 16 billion made this year in films worldwide. Warner Brothers earned nearly $ 2 billion in worldwide film profits.

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