Disney Received More than $7 billion in 2018, with 4 Films’ Box Office Ranking Top 8 Globally
Avengers: Infinity War is the Current Champion of 2018 Global Box Office
According to foreign media, Disney’s total box office in 2018 exceeded $7 billion. This is the second timeAvengers: Infinity War in history that a movie company’s annual box office has reached 7 billion. The first time is also Disney, with the box office creating a record of 7.6 billion in 2016.
So far this year, four of the top eight global box office films have been Disney’s films, including Avengers: Infinity War, Black Panther, Incredibles 2 and Ant-Man and the Wasp.
Disney 2018 box office hits include:
Avengers: Infinity War received $2 billion globally and $678.8 million in North America, ranking No. 1 globally and No. 2 in North America this year. In film history, it ranks the 4th both globally and in North America.
Black Panther received 1.347 billion globally and 700 million in North America, ranking No. 2 globally and No. 1 in North America this year while No. 9 globally and No. 3 in North America in Film History.
Incredibles 2 received 1.241 billion globally and 608.6 million in North America, ranking No. 4 globally and No. 3 in North America this year while No. 2 globally and No. 1 in North America in animation movie history.
Ant-Man and the Wasp received 622.6 million worldwide.
Solo: A Star Wars Story received 393.2 million globally.
Ralph Breaks the Internet’s box office is currently 258.9 million worldwide.
Christopher Robin’s box office is 197.4 million worldwide.
In addition to these, Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Coco released in North America in 2017 respectively received 292.9 million and 269.2 million globally in 2018.
Disney’s hit films this year also include Mary Poppins Returns which has not been released yet.
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