While not quite on par with last year’s record-setting $6 billion+ performance, Disney has managed to put together a pretty impressive follow-up year. Despite a weaker run of movie releases, Walt Disney Studios announced last night that they just crossed the $5 billion mark for 2017.
Here are a few highlights from Disney’s class of 2017:
- Beauty and the Beast – $1.26 billion global ($504 million domestic; $759.7 million international)
- Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 – $863.6 million global ($389.8 million domestic; $473.8 million international)
- Thor: Ragnarok – $798.4 million global ($280.6 million domestic; $517.8 million international)
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – $794.8 million global ($172.6 million domestic; $622.2 million international)
Of course, the $5 billion is sure to climb higher with a few more strong weeks of Coco ($178.9 million global so far) and Star Wars: The Last Jedi opening in a few weeks.