With such films as Zootopia, The Jungle Book and now Captain America: Civil War swinging at the global box office, The Walt Disney Studios scored a hat-trick of records this weekend.
In 128 days of 2016, the Mouse crossed $1B domestic with $1.121B to date. The studio also crossed $2B international with $2.22B and zoomed past $3B global with $3.341B. Each is a new industry record. ...
Worth noting: two animated features (one a remake) and one super hero flick heavily crusted with animated effects, is propelling the House of Walt into the stratosphere.
I'm sure the other fine, entertainment conglomerates are taking copious notes about how Diz Co. achieved this, because imitation is the sincerest form of Hollywood.