Disney Becomes First Ever Studio to Hit $7 Billion at Global Box Office

Walt Disney Studios has turned into the first-since forever motion picture house to reach $7 billion at the 2016 worldwide film industry, besting the business record set a year ago by Universal with $6.9 billion.

The company is in charge of 2016’s four most noteworthy netting movies globally,The Force Awakens eventually earned $2.07 billion worldwide for Disney, with an expansive lump of that coming in 2016 including three that crossed the $1 billion check: “Captain America: Civil War,” “Finding Dory” and “Zootopia” and, from its real life studio, The Jungle Book ($967 million).