Disney’s Top 20 Grossing Films of All Time

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Disney’s Top 20 Grossing Films of All Time

Disney has had a hold on moviegoers since the 1937 debut of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by Disney Studios.

Whether it’s animated classics like The Jungle Book and Cinderella, live-action remakes of… well, The Jungle Book and Cinderella, or modern-day favorites like Ratatouille and Inside Out, a Disney film guarantees box office success.

The studios now have even more box office juggernauts under their belts, thanks to Disney’s acquisition of Marvel in 2009 and Lucasfilm in 2012.

Using worldwide information from movie database The Numbers, we look at Disney’s top 20 highest-grossing movies of all time at the box office.

Dead Man’s Chest (Pirates of the Caribbean)

$1,066,179,747

Disney has made a fortune from the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, with the second installment, Dead Man’s Chest, becoming the highest-grossing film of 2006.

The swashbuckler, which starred Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, and Keira Knightley, was also the fastest film to gross $1 billion at the box office at the time.

Toy Story 3 is the third installment in the Toy Story franchise.

$1,066,970,811

Toy Story 3 not only made us all cry, but it was also Pixar’s highest-grossing film at the time.

When Andy went off to college, Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the gang were accidentally donated to a daycare center in the computer-animated picture, which was released in 2010.

It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture and grossed over a billion dollars at the box office. In addition, it was one of the most expensive animated films ever produced.

Toy Story 4 is the fourth installment in the Toy Story franchise.

$1,073,394,593

After nine years away, the toys made a triumphant return as we watched them adjust to life with Bonnie and a new toy named Forky, voiced by Tony Hale.

Gaining critical acclaim, it won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature.

Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker

$1,074,149,279

2019’s The Rise of Skywalker marked the end of the nine-part Skywalker saga, but it received mixed reviews upon release.

It was the lowest grossing installment of the Star Wars sequel. This is a brief summary.

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