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Disney No. 1 for 2022 with $4.9 Billion Worldwide – Deadline

Disney No. 1 for 2022 with $4.9 Billion Worldwide – Deadline

No surprise here: Walt Disney It is the #1 studio at the box office, not only worldwide with $4.9 billion, but also domestic with $2 billion and overseas with $2.9 billion. This comes after the New Year’s weekend Avatar: Water Road Over-performing, that approval contributes nearly $1 billion overseas. It’s the seventh consecutive year that Disney has ranked first at the global box office, from 2016 to 2022.

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Universal is the #2 studio of 2022 with $3.9 billion worldwide, with $1.649 billion in the US and $2.251 billion overseas, that’s with the largest slate of any studio (including their Focus Features tag).

We told you last week before December 31st Disney was looking at just under $2 billion with $1.93 billion in the US, the most of any studio. Before Christmas, we also told you that Disney He was amassing in excess of $4 billion worldwide.

Disney only had three theatrical releases in China: Avatar 2, Death on the Nile And the encanto.

California-based studio Burbank had four of the eight best films of 2022 in the United States Avatar: Water Way, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness And the Thor: Love and Thundercontributing to a share of about 27% in the local market.

Six Disney films opened at No. 1 in the United States and Canada: Avatar: The Way of the Water, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, The Barbarian And the Death on the Nile.

Disney also had four of the eight top-grossing films worldwide in the 2000s Avatar: The Way of the Water, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, And the Thor: Love and Thunder.

Disney-produced titles represent the top five global debuts in the pandemic era, including four Marvel Cinematic Universe films (Spider-Man: No Place Home, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, And the Thor: Love and Thunder And the Avatar: Water Road.

Breaking down the studio’s best pics for January-December. 31, 2022:

aVatar: The way of water (20th Century Studios) – $1,303 million worldwide, $401 million domestic, $902 million internationally (still under release) It has a CinemaScore, and a 92% audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It was the No. 1 release abroad last year, the No. 2 worldwide release of 2022 and the No. 3 release in the pandemic era. It was also the fastest film to reach $1 billion worldwide in 2022, the sixth film in history to reach $1 billion in its first two weeks of release, and the fourth Disney release to reach $1 billion in its first two weeks. The sequel is also 20th Century Studios’ highest-grossing feature since the first symbol picture in 2009.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Marvel Studios) – $817 million globally, $436 million domestically, $381 million internationally (still under release). The Ryan Coogler-directed title received a cinematic score, 94% Rotten Tomatoes audience, 84% Rotten Tomatoes critics. It is the third-highest-grossing US film of 2022 and has been No. 1 for five consecutive weekends since opening, becoming the first film to achieve this feat since the original. Black Panther in 2018.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (Marvel Studios) – $956 million worldwide, $411 million domestic, $544 million international with an 85% Rotten Tomatoes audience. It was the fourth highest-grossing worldwide release of the year. It also had the biggest domestic opening weekend in 2022 ($187 million); 11th biggest domestic weekend of all time and reigned for 9 weeks in the domestic top 10. Doctor Strange 2 It is the 11th Marvel Cinematic Universe of all time, worldwide.

Thor: Love and Thunder (Marvel Studios) – $761 million worldwide, $343 million domestic, $418 million worldwide. It was the highest-grossing film of all time bull franchise domestically, and the eighth-highest-grossing worldwide release of the year. Pic lasted nine weeks in the US/Canada top ten.

Light year (Pixar Animation Studios) – $226 million worldwide, $118 million domestic, $108 million international. The film received an A- CinemaScore, and was ranked for five weeks in the Top 10 nationally. It was also the second-highest opening for an animated film in 2022 at US$50.5 million, behind Universal/Illumination’s Disciples: The Rise of Gru$107 million.

reissuing symbol picture It added to Disney’s 2022 box office total worldwide gross of $76 million. Other contributing versions included Death on the Nile ($138 million worldwide), and the breakout horror hit barbaric ($45 million worldwide), both from 20The tenthCentury Studios, Plas Brahmastra Part I: Shiva ($47 million worldwide) from Star Studios.

Also, Searchlight Pictures released the critically acclaimed movie Anisherin from Inisherin (98% Rotten Tomatoes critics score), which proved to be a frontrunner during awards season, as well as food menu (89% on Rotten Tomatoes Critics score and still on release), which has earned $72 million globally, to date. Other titles this year from Disney included strange world From Walt Disney Animation Studios, Searchlight Pictures The Empire of Light And the See how they runAnd the Bob’s Burgers movie And the Amsterdam From 20th Century Studios.

ahead of Disney this year Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, The Little Mermaid, Elemental, Indiana Jones and Destiny’s Dial, Next Target Wins, Chase in Venice, I Wishwhose brands include Disney, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar Animation Studios, Lucasfilm, Marvel Studios, Searchlight Pictures and 20th Century Studios.

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