Disney has updated its feature film release schedule yet again in response to continued uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 pandemic.
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‘Eternals,’ ‘Mulan,’ and ‘Indiana Jones 5’ among films getting the ‘shift’ as the studio announces major changes to its theatrical release calendar.
Pixar’s ‘Onward’ takes top spot in the worst Week 11 domestic box office since 1995; postponement of all new theatrical releases until at least April 10 means low numbers bound to continue.
Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck’s hit sequel passes $1.32 billion at the worldwide box office; Disney/Pixar now holds top three spots on list of most successful animated feature films in history.
Warner Bros. scores with record video game adaptation opening, though ‘Endgame’ wins the weekend while passing $2.4 billion globally.
Marvel’s follow-up to ‘Infinity Wars’ scores record setting second-weekend haul while STX’s animated family offering gets little love from audiences.
Marvel’s highly anticipated follow-up to ‘Infinity War’ beats industry predictions and blasts right by previous records for both domestic and international opening weekends.
Studio’s fifth animated feature, a comedy adventure written and directed by ‘ParaNorman’ director Chris Butler, posts their worst theatrical opening ever.
DreamWorks Animation’s crowd-pleasing conclusion to one of the most beloved animated trilogies of all time reaches a global tally of $275 million and counting for distributor Universal Pictures.
Already in theaters in 41 international markets, DreamWorks Animation’s ‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’ has grossed $84.4 million to date.
Series director Dean DeBlois returns with the culminating chapter of one of the most beloved animated franchises in film history, setting opening day records in Australia and New Zealand ahead of the film’s North American release on February 22.
Disney’s ‘Wreck-it Ralph’ sequel holds off Illumination’s Christmas tale to take top spot for third straight week.
Walt Disney Animation Studios sequel delivers second-largest Thanksgiving five-day gross of all time.
Now standing as the ninth biggest overall release in U.S. history, director Brad Bird’s ‘Incredibles 2’ becomes the seventh animated film to cross the $1 billion mark at the global box office.
Sixth film in action-thriller series opens with $61.5 million domestic take, while ‘Hotel Transylvania 3’ and newcomer ‘Teen Titans Go! To the Movies’ land in the top five.
Latest Sony Pictures Animation ‘Hotel Transylvania’ franchise pic scares up $44 million in strong domestic debut.
Latest ‘Jurassic’ hit is Universal’s seventh billion dollar movie, bringing franchise box office total to almost $4.7 billion.
Disney-Pixar sequel sells $180 million in tickets domestically, making it the second-largest June debut ever and the eighth largest all-time debut.
‘Infinity War’ surpasses $1 billion in foreign receipts and is the fifth-largest global release of all time.