A week after “The Jungle Boy” became the biggest movie of all time on Netflix by reaching the top spot on the streaming service’s chart, Disney’s upcoming adaptation of the popular children’s book has now become the second biggest movie in the company’s history, with its global box office tally topping $6.9 billion.
“The LEGO Movie” was also Disney’s biggest animated film ever, with worldwide grosses of $3.6 billion, according the data shared by Netflix and Nielsen.
In total, the animated blockbuster is the fifth highest grossing animated movie in history, behind only “Alice in Wonderland,” “The Lion King,” “Frozen” and “Fantasia.”
The Disney-Marvel-Marvel Studios movie is the first in a franchise that includes the “Avengers” and the “X-Men” franchises.
Disney will release “The Great Wall,” “Titanic,” “Guardians of the Galaxy” and more in 2017, and it will be released in the U.S. and the rest of the world in 2018.
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