Although live audiences were hard to come by last year, American moviegoers were present in Disney films. That said, despite Disney’s win at the U.S. box office, its 2021 box office total is down significantly from pre-pandemic levels.
Given that the ongoing pandemic has changed industry dynamics and pushed streaming to the forefront, Disney’s sharp drop at the box office isn’t surprising. Despite Disney’s steep decline, comparing its current box office to pre-coronavirus levels is like comparing the company’s high-speed Space Mountain roller coaster to a leisurely small-world cruise.
As 2021 rolls around, Disney is looking forward to a slew of movies that could be huge hits in 2022.
These include highly anticipated Marvel films such as Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, and the Black Panther sequel Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
It will also release other well-known non-superhero-related films, such as Pixar’s “Lightyear,” a new take on the beloved “Toy Story” character, and the next film in the lucrative Avatar franchise, Avatar 2″.
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