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Disney Breaks All Time Global Box Office Record With $3.791 Billion

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$3.791 Billion!  That's the amount of box office takings Disney have taken worldwide this year.  2013 becomes the most successful year for Disney to date.  If they're taking that amount of money now, imagine what 2015 will bring?  It must be expecting to be knocking on the $5 billion doors.

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With Pixar, Marvel, ABC, ESPN, and now Lucasfilm (aka Star Wars) under its wing, Disney is close to completing its world domination with regards to entertainment media; it’s own Infinity Gauntlet of sorts. For further proof that Disney stands tall over everyone else, the studio has now surpassed its own global box office record of $3.791 billion, putting 2013 on track to be its most successful year ever. The studio first set the record in 2010 thanks to the $1 billion grosses of Toy Story 3 and Alice in Wonderland, but 2013’s Oz the Great and Powerful, Monsters University, and double dose of Marvel with Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World have pushed it past $3.79 billion in no time. And that’s still with Frozen, Delivery Man, and Saving Mr. Banksto go. Hit the jump for more.


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