“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” has revitalized a lackluster 2019 box office and earned the biggest opening of the year so far—animated or otherwise.
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“Boonie Bears: Blast Into the Past” will become the second-highest-grossing homegrown animated feature in China’s history.
Everything is not awesome for Warner Animation Group (WAG).
“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” is setting international records ahead of its U.S. launch.
The new “Dragon Ball” film had a record-breaking single-day gross in the U.S.
The film opens in the U.S. on February 22, 2019, but for those who can’t wait, you’ve got some options.
In the last weekend of the year, animation and vfx hybrid films dominated the worldwide box office.
These two vfx-driven films could end up losing a combined $150-200 million.
Hayao Miyazaki’s “My Neighbor Totoro” is the first Studio Ghibli film to receive a theatrical release in China.
Another historic box office weekend with three animated films in the top four.
No two animated films have ever done this at the box office before.
Hollywood has long held the belief that two animated films can’t do well in theaters at the same time. “Ralph Breaks the Internet” and “The Grinch” are proving them wrong.
For the first time in six years, animated films own both of the top spots at the box office.
Two of the top three films at the U.S. box office over the Thanksgiving weekend were animated films.
An animated movie is at the top of the weekend box office for the first time since July.
More people around the world saw “Smallfoot” than any other film this weekend.
“Hotel Transylvania 3” is just the second animated feature to cross the $500 million mark this year.
Disney re-released the film onto a large number of screens this weekend to reach $600 million domestic.
“Incredibles 2” is just the 7th animated film to reach this milestone.
“Teen Titans Go! To the Movies” debuted below projections, but its low production cost still makes it a success.