Best Christmas movies, as of 2020, are now in a category with “frozen,” “The Lion King,” “Star Wars” and “The Hunger Games.”
These movies are the most popular among adults in their respective countries, according to a new study by the Time Warner Consumer Products Group.
“We are seeing a surge in the popularity of these movies,” said Dan Graziano, president and CEO of Time Warner.
The Time Warner study also finds that the holiday movies with the highest share of adults who watch them are Disney and Pixar movies.
“The lion is out of the bag.
They’re winning in terms of the holiday market,” said Grazio.
The Disney and Lucasfilm movies, by contrast, had the lowest share of those who watch these movies in the survey.
But the time for celebration in the entertainment industry is over.
“There is no more room for them,” Grazia said of Disney and the other studios that have been winning the holiday movie market.
“It’s time to get off the horse and embrace the holidays and enjoy the fruits of the season.”
Here are some of the biggest holidays movies of the last 20 years: The Lion King, released in 1991, has been a huge hit.
The movie grossed $2.4 billion at the U.S. box office in 2021, according with Box Office Mojo.
The Lion Kingdom opened in 2013, but it has been one of the most commercially successful movies of all time.
The animated film also has a huge following in China, where it has sold more than 30 million tickets.
“As an audience, we have been incredibly lucky to have had the opportunity to watch this movie,” said Walt Disney Animation Studios president Rob Heineman.
“I’m extremely grateful for the amazing support of our international audiences, who have embraced the stories and the characters and the artistry of the movie.
It’s a very special time for us all.”
“Star Trek Into Darkness” and its sequel, Star Trek: Insurrection, both grossed over $1 billion at U.K. theaters in 2021.
They are among the top grossing movies of 2019.
“Star wars” and the Star Wars: The Force Awakens were the top-grossing movies in 2019 with more than $1.4 million each.
“This year, we are seeing the first movie in the Star Trek franchise that has a global audience,” said Star Trek director J.J. Abrams.
“To the credit of our studios and the filmmakers, we know the power of the Force.
The world has embraced Star Wars and this new film.”
“Frozen” is the top film of 2019 at the box office, grossing $1,851,000 at the worldwide box office.
The film was released in 2017 and grossed more than 1 billion tickets worldwide in 2019.
The story of the young princess Anna, who becomes the ruler of Arendelle after her parents are killed in a snowstorm, has a massive fan base and was one of Disney’s biggest hits at the time.
“Disney loves Frozen and we know that its been a big hit worldwide,” said Tom Hanks.
“Anna’s story resonates with so many people, especially the younger generations, and its really an exciting story.”
“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” grossed a record $3.9 billion at world box office on its way to becoming the highest grossing movie ever at the global box office and surpassing “The Lord of the Rings” in worldwide box-office grosses.
“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” grosses over $2 billion worldwide and is a big box office hit, with a worldwide gross of $2,096,000.
“Beauty and the Beast” gross $2 million at the world box-o-meter.
“Avatar” gross over $700 million worldwide, making it the highest-grossed movie ever made.
“Zootopia” gross a record-breaking $838 million worldwide.
“Mulan” gross more than a billion dollars worldwide.
“Fantasia: The World of Tomorrow” grosss $2 trillion at the international box office after being released in 2016.
The sequel to “MULAN” is now the most profitable film of all-time at the domestic box office with $1 trillion.
“Hannah and Her Sisters” gross about $600 million at domestic box-of-measure, making “Mozart in the Jungle” the most-grossly-grossged film ever at U, S. box-measures.
“Ghostbusters” gross around $200 million at international box-offices.
“Jurassic World” grossing around $800 million worldwide and has a worldwide total of $1.,073,000 grossed.
“Finding Dory” gross the most worldwide box offices with $3 billion, and the highest overall grossing Disney film.