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Disney set to pass $10bn at global box office for 2019

Amazing result comes at the end of third consecutive weekend of dominance for Frozen 2.

Disney is on track to cross the $10 billion barrier at the global box office today (December 9) with its combined releases of 2019.

According to Screen Daily, the estimated results for Frozen 2 this weekend take the global box office for The Walt Disney Studios for the year to $9.997 billion worldwide.

This comprises $6.717bn from international markets and $3.28bn in North America.

Once the results from Fox films this year have been added in, the tally rises to $11.94bn ($8.14bn international/$3.8bn North America). Disney set the previous record for global box office in a calendar year in 2016 when its releases delivered $7.6bn.

The result follows another weekend of dominance from Frozen 2 – it added an estimated $124.9m to reach $919.7m and become the eighth highest release of the year to date.

Internationally, it added $90.2m for a $582.1m running total and $34.7m in North America for $337.6m to rank as the seventh highest release of the year after 17 days.

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