Disney woke adult to a good present this Christmas morning as a charcterised family film The Good Dinosaur became a studio’s sixth film this year to cranky a $100M mark. The not-so-little critters now step into a same bar as Cinderella, The Avengers: Age Of Ultron, Inside Out, Ant-Man and, of course, Star Wars: The Force Awakens (which has a eminence of reaching a $100M symbol faster than any film in history). The latest Star Wars crossed that plateau in Friday matinees after creation story with a biggest preview night ever (logged by Disney as $57M).
The Good Dinosaur is a 92nd pretension to strech $100M in Disney’s prolonged history. And with The Force Awakens approaching to cranky $500M on Sunday, a $5B tellurian box bureau initial for a company, how happy are Disney chairman/CEO Robert Iger and Walt Disney Studio authority Alan Horn?