It’s no surprise that The House of Mouse is now a real powerhouse of animation with dozens upon dozens of beloved cartoon characters, tales, and stunning realms of enchantment and wonder. It has won hundreds of Oscars and made billions of dollars at the box office across the world thanks to Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar Animation Studios, and more.
Disney always has spaces for improvement when it comes to animation, audiences, and filming approaches. The studio’s motto of “always pushing forward” has resulted in fresh stars rising into the spotlight, along with some big box office figures. And you know what? Disney’s presence in the cinematic world could be demonstrated by these 10 films alone!
Do you want to know which Disney films have made the most money throughout the years? Find out in the list below!
#10 Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)
With a box office gross of $937 million dollars and a fan base of DECADES, this film exemplifies the full strength of the Star Wars franchise and proves that nothing could have been a greater investment for the Disney Universe.
#9 The Avengers (2012)
The first time the Avengers came together, a highly anticipated film, grossed a massive $623 million.
#8 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016)
The most recently released film (on the list) “Rogue One” drew in massive crowds and made $532 billion.
#7 Finding Dory (2016)
“Finding Nemo 2” was out more than a decade later and resulted in a $486 million box office haul.
#6 Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
Returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, “The Avengers” grossed $459 million dollars in 2015. Don’t we all adore these superheroes?
#5 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (2006)
This fan-favorite pirate film, the sequel and second in a trilogy, grossed $423 million worldwide. It fared even better on a global scale, surpassing the billion-dollar threshold.
#4 The Lion King (1994)
Only one animated picture from before the year 2000 is still among the highest-grossing films of all time. “The Lion King” has made a total of $968 million worldwide throughout the years, making it one of Disney’s most profitable non-Pixar animated films.
#3 Toy Story 3 (2010)
“Toy Story 3” launched 15 years after the first movie and racked in $415 million.
#2 Iron Man 3 (2013)
“Iron Man 3” took in $409 million in 2013. This movie was far more focused on Iron Man’s plot and original comic book characters, and it did extremely well not just in the United States, but also internationally.
#1 Captain America: Civil War (2016)
With a staggering $408 million in box office receipts, the 13th Avengers movie features practically the entire Avengers cast in a must-see showdown.