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Cinema 2.016 – Studio records

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Captain America: Civil War, Finding Dory, and Zootopia have grossed more than $1 billion, making them the 25th, 27th, and 26th films, respectively, to reach the billion dollar mark and the 12th, 22nd, and 25th highest-grossing films of all time; the latter two are also the fifth and fourth animated films, respectively, to reach the mark following Toy Story 3 (2010), Frozen (2013), and Minions (2015). Finding Dory became the second Pixar film (after Toy Story 3) to cross $1 billion, while Zootopia became the second Walt Disney Animation Studios film (after Frozen) and the second original film (after Avatar) to reach the mark, being the fourth and fifth highest-grossing animated films of all time; this marks the first time that two animated films grossed more than $1 billion in a single year. The Jungle Book grossed more than $966 million, making it the 31st highest-grossing film of all time. The Secret Life of Pets has grossed more than $875 million, making it the 47th highest-grossing film of all time and the twelfth highest-grossing animated film of all time. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice grossed more than $873 million, making it the 48th highest-grossing film of all time. 2016 became the first year to have ten consecutive films to cross $700 million worldwide, beating 2014‘s record of nine films.

Captain America: Civil War, Zootopia, Kung Fu Panda 3, and Warcraft have grossed more than ¥1 billion at the Chinese box office, making them the 21st, 19th, 20th, and 22nd films, respectively, to reach the ¥1 billion mark, and the 15th, 7th, 22nd, and 8th highest-grossing films in China. Civil War became the second superhero film (after Avengers: Age of Ultron) and the ninth American film; Zootopia became the first animated film and seventh American film (third highest after Furious 7 and Transformers: Age of Extinction with ¥1.53 billion); Kung Fu Panda 3 became the second animated film and eighth American film; and Warcraft became the first video game adaptation, the tenth American film, and the fastest film to hit the milestone (114 hours).[2]

2016 box office records

Studio records

  • Walt Disney Studios became the fastest studio ever to reach $1 billion at the U.S. box office; it reached this goal on the 128th day of 2016, beating Universal Studios‘ record of reaching the goal at the 165th day of 2015.[3] Disney’s previous record for reaching $1 billion at the North American box office was the 174th day of 2015. The studio also became the first to have five of its releases (Finding Dory, Captain America: Civil War, Rogue One, The Jungle Book, and Zootopia) from a single year reach $300 million domestically, and the first to release four films within a single franchise — the Marvel Cinematic Universe — that each grossed over $1 billion, with Captain America: Civil War joining 2012‘s The Avengers, 2013‘s Iron Man 3, and 2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron. Disney also matched Universal’s 2015 record for most films from a single year crossing $1 billion worldwide at three (Captain America: Civil War, Finding Dory, and Zootopia). Walt Disney Studios will also become the first studio since at least 1989 to have the four highest-grossing films worldwide in a single year.[4] With the release of Rogue One, Disney became the first studio in cinematic history to gross more than $7 billion at the global box office, surpassing Universal’s previous record of $6.9 billion in 2015.[5]
  • Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe became the first film franchise to gross more than $10 billion with the release of Captain America: Civil War.
  • Warner Bros.Harry Potter film series — which was subsequently rebranded to J. K. Rowling’s Wizarding World — became the second film franchise to gross more than $8 billion with the release of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which has so far grossed more than nearly $780 million worldwide.
  • Disney’s Star Wars film series became the fourth film franchise to gross more than $7 billion with the release of Rogue One, which has so far grossed more than nearly $790 million worldwide.

Film records

  • Deadpool became the second highest-grossing R-rated domestic film of all time with $363.1 million, after The Passion of the Christ ($370.8 million in 2004).
  • Zootopia became the highest-grossing original animated film not based on anything of all time (surpassing 2003‘s Finding Nemo). Along with Finding Dory, it became one of two animated films to earn $1 billion in the same year, a first in cinematic history.
  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice became the biggest worldwide opening weekend ever for a superhero film with $422.5 million, surpassing The Avengers ($392.5 million in 2012).
  • The Mermaid became the highest-grossing film ever in China and the first film ever to earn over $500 million without a wide North American release.[6]
  • Warcraft became the highest-grossing video game adaptation worldwide with $433.5 million,[7] surpassing Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time ($336.4 million in 2010).
  • Finding Dory grossed $135.1 million domestically and $185.7 million worldwide in its opening weekend, making records for the biggest domestic opening weekend for both Pixar (surpassing Toy Story 3, with $110.3 million in 2010) and any animated film (surpassing Shrek the Third, with $121.6 million in 2007), the biggest worldwide opening weekend for Pixar (surpassing Inside Out, with $180.1 million in 2015), and the second biggest opening weekend worldwide for an animated film after Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs ($218.4 million in 2009). It later became the highest-grossing animated film at the North American box office (surpassing 2004’s Shrek 2). Along with Zootopia, it became one of two animated films to earn $1 billion in the same year, a first in cinematic history. It also became the eighth film to do so during the two-year period of 2015–16, surpassing the previous record of seven billion dollar films during the two-year period of 2011–12.
  • The Secret Life of Pets grossed $104.4 million domestically in its opening weekend, breaking Inside Outs record ($90.4 million) for the highest domestic opening weekend for an original film of any kind, and became the first original film to open at more than $100 million domestically. It also became the highest-grossing original non-Disney animated film ever, both domestically (surpassing Shrek, with $267.7 million in 2001) and worldwide (beating Kung Fu Panda, with $631.7 million in 2008).

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