Comments for Star Wars And Marvel Franchises Help Disney Pass 5 Billion Dollars In Ticket Sales In One Year For First Time Ever



  1. Darren

    Tomorrowland was a financial disappointment as well.

    1. Matt

      Unfortunately. Good movie.

      1. EricJ

        Good attempt, but the “Guess what?” revelation (so, you were expecting a big shiny city from the trailer?–Well, our heroine was fooled, too!) was the biggest bait-and-switch downer since Dorothy found the Yellow Brick Road torn up in “Return to Oz”.
        (What happened to that Walt-centric story they teased us with in the “Optimist” game?–I wanted to see THAT movie! With Tom Hanks as Walt again!)

        And I think we’re all well past considering Avengers 2: Age of Ultron a “good” movie, but it did keep the end-of-the-year profits full. Even if the photo at the top should really have Ant-Man on it.

  2. Mike S.

    > and that there are more sure-fire hits coming from Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm

    Psst… and from Disney Studios and Disney Animation.


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