Back in 2010, their global box office take was a record-setting $3.791 billion, and this week Walt Disney Studios will shatter that number.
Thanks to top performers like Thor: The Dark World, Iron Man 3, and Monsters University, the company will easily surpass their former high water mark.
President Alan Bergman announced, With incredible results from our Marvel, Disney and Pixar brands, this is a phenomenal achievement and we still have seven weeks and three exciting films to go this year.
What all of our films have in common is not only quality but great characters and universal stories that connect with people around the world, which is so important to us.
In the weeks ahead, Disney will release Delivery Man, Frozen, and Saving Mr. Banks, so they expect even higher sales figures before the year is out.