Disney has become the first studio in history to gross over $10 billion at the worldwide box-office.
Disney just can’t stop raking in financial restitution this year. This past weekend, the Disney Animation effort Frozen II raked in $125 million globally, with the film just $80 million away from making a billion dollars. However, this isn’t the only record that they’ve broken this year. Back in July when the live-action The Lion King hit cinemas, they went over $7.6 billion, which at the time was the highest figure grossed by a studio in a single year.
There’s plenty of films that got Disney to this fantastic level of global recognition. Namely, there’s Avengers: Endgame, which is not only the highest-grossing film of this year, but also of all-time. Then, there was another Marvel Cinematic Universe entry in the form of Captain Marvel. Fans might be wondering why Spider-Man: Far From Home hasn’t been mentioned despite grossing more than Captain Marvel, as it’s a Sony film rather than a Disney one.
2019 has been a strong year for Disney in terms of live-action remakes, as they’ve dropped Aladdin and The Lion King, with both crossing the billion dollar mark. Unfortunately, they had a dud in the form of Dumbo, which only got them $350 million. An animation hit Disney had under their Pixar branch was Toy Story 4, which also grossed over a billion dollars.
Out of the ten highest-grossing films of the year, Disney is responsible for six of them. The other four are Spider-Man: Far From Home, Joker, Hobbs & Shaw, and Ne Zha. It should be kept in mind that Disney garnered this much revenue without Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, which is guaranteed to gross over a billion dollars in just a few short weeks.
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New ‘Titans’ Photos Show Off Aqualad And The Original Team
DC Universe has released eight brand new images from the upcoming fourth episode of the second season of Titans entitled, “Aqualad”.
“Aqualad” will explore the dynamic among Dick Grayson/Robin (Brenton Thwaites), Donna Troy/Wonder Girl (Conor Leslie), Hank Hall/Hawk (Alan Ritchson), Dawn Granger/Dove (Minka Kelly) and Garth/Aqualad (Drew Van Acker) and how four years prior, their tight-knit family dynamic developed only to have their personal feelings bleed more into their work only to be exacerbated by the arrival of a new villain.
These new images give fans a new look at Drew Van Acker as Aqualad as well as a couple of new looks at the original team united together for action. In particular, we get our best look at how the Aqualad suit translates onscreen in live-action form.
You can check out the rest of the gallery for “Aqualad” by clicking “Next”.
Here is the official synopsis for season two:
In Season 2, following the aftermath of their encounter with Trigon, Dick reforms the Titans. Under his supervision in their new home at Titans Tower, Rachel, Gar and Jason Todd train together to hone their hero abilities and work together as a team. They are joined by Hank Hall and Dawn Granger aka Hawk and Dove and Donna Troy aka Wonder Girl. Although these original Titans attempt to transition into a regular life, when old enemies resurface everyone must come together to take care of unfinished business. And as this family of old and new Titans – including Conner Kent and Rose Wilson – learn to co-exist, the arrival of Deathstroke brings to light the sins of the old Titans which threaten to tear this new Titans family apart once more.
The series stars Brenton Thwaites as Robin/Nightwing, Anna Diop as Starfire, Teagan Croft as Raven, and Ryan Potter as Beast Boy. Newcomers for its sophomore outing include Joshua Orpin and Esai Morales playing Superboy and Deathstroke, respectively, while Chella Man and Chelsea Zhang have also joined the cast as Deathstroke’s children Jericho and Ravager. Natalie Gumede has signed on to play Mercy Graves and Game of Thrones star Iain Glen is on board as Bruce Wayne.
Titans season two is now airing on DC Universe.
Source: DC Universe
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