Disney Box Office News and Updates

Last Updated on: November 16th, 2019

Here are our latest articles related to Disney box office performance for Disney movies domestically and globally. Also includes Star Wars and Marvel movies. Posts added and updated weekly to keep you in the know.

Disney’s Christopher Robin Box Office Results

Disney’s live action Winnie the Pooh movie Christopher Robin has flown under the radar a bit by Disney standards, but the movie’s momentum has picked up significantly over the past month or so and has potential to surprise some with its performance.

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Solo: A Star Wars Story Box Office Results

Solo: A Star Wars Story opened this past holiday weekend and, as some predicted, its box office performance did not live up tot he lofty expectations set by other Disney Star Wars releases. 

Black Panther Breaks Presale Tickets Record

Marvel’s next superhero installment, Black Panther, has now sold more tickets in its first 24 hours of presale than any Marvel Cinematic Universe movie in history. Here are the details.

The Weekend Box Office Results are in: How Did Cars 3 Do?

The weekend movie results are rolling in and it appears Cars 3 won its first weekend at the box office, beating out Wonder Woman for the top spot. For the weekend, Cars 3 brought in $53.5 million domestically and $21.3 million internationally, giving it $74.8 million globally.

Moana Comes to Netflix This Month. Find Out When

It’s now June and with the new month comes a slew of arrivals and departures on Netflix. One interesting addition on this month’s docket is the Disney hit Moana. Yes, that’s right. You’ll be able to get your Moana fix on…

Beauty and the Beast Continues to Break Records

Disney’s Consumer Products and Interactive Media Division announced today that this month’s blockbuster live-action remake of the classic Beauty and the Beast has broken a few records that don’t involve the big screen.

Walt Disney Company Reports Q1 FY 2017 Earnings

The Walt Disney Company reported their 1st Quarter Fiscal Year 2017 (Q4 calendar year 2016) earnings and the results so so, with lower revenue and income compared to the same period last year but a strong parks and resorts performance.