Disney- Marvel films are, by a wide margin, the best of all time.
The film, released in 2019, made $4.2bn worldwide and set records in many countries.
The box office gross was the highest ever for an animated film and a record for a live-action movie.
Disney-Disney Animation Studios is now celebrating its 20th anniversary, which means the films it has made are among the top grossing animated films of all-time.
Here are some of the best animated films ever made:The Lion King (1968): $3.7bn worldwideThe Lion Kingdom opened in July 1968 with $3,700 in ticket sales.
The film sold more than 20m tickets in its first week and has been watched by more than 100 million people.
Disney’s Aladdin (2001): $2.4bn worldwideDisney’s Beauty and the Beast (2001) opened in May 2001 with $2,500 in ticket sale.
It has sold more tickets than any other animated film ever.
It also made $2bn at the box office.
Aladdin was the first film in the series to be made by a female-led studio and has remained the top-grossing animated film in its franchise.
Beauty and the Beasts (2005): $1.9bn worldwideBeauty And The Beast’s second film, Aladdin, was a hit with audiences.
It became the highest-grosser animated film of all times and was the biggest film ever released on home video.
It is also one of the most successful animated films in history.
The Incredibles (2006): $627m worldwideThe third film in Pixar’s beloved animated series, The Increditors, made a total of $631 million at the global box office in 2006.
The movie was the top film of 2006.
The Lord of the Rings (2001).
$4bn WorldwideThe Lord Of The Rings trilogy made a combined total of a combined $4 billion worldwide, which is a record.
The movies The Lord Of the Rings: The Two Towers, The Return Of The King, and The Two Heroes of Gondor were the top animated films and grossed a combined a total $4,873.5 million at box office that year.
The Wizard of Oz (1968).
$3bn worldwideThere is no doubt that Dorothy’s ruby red boots are the most recognizable of all the Dorothy costumes, and the iconic blue cape is her signature look.
But it was the fact that The Wizard of Z took the crown in the most lucrative animated film franchise that has made it a classic.
The Lion Guard (2003): $300m worldwideDisney released The Lion Guard in 2003 and it earned $300 million worldwide.
The first film, which came out in 2003, made more than $100m at the worldwide box office and is the best-selling animated film.
The second film made more $200m.
The third film, the second installment, was released in 2006 and was released on DVD.