Fantastic Beast stays put at the top of the Uk box office for its third straight week with an amazing weekend gross of £4.4 million, this brings the films total gross to £37.8 million.
There should be one more weekend at the top for Beast before the Galaxy Far Far Away comes blasting in, but that should be enough to cement the film as one of the years top films.
The film still has a way to go before beating the lowest grossing Potter film which was 2004's Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban which made £45.6 million.
Highest new film of the week then come in at 2, Moana from Disney makes £2.2 million on its UK debut.
Compared to Frozen from Disney which came out at the same time of year in 2013 this is half its debut gross of £4.7 million hence we probably wont see this scaling those heights.
Also new this week is Sully at number 3 with £1.7 million, Pitbull. Niebezpieczne Kobiety at number 5 with £0.4 million, The Edge of Seventeen at 9 with £0.27 million and Bleed For This at number 10 with £0.25 million.
Highest total grossing movie this week is Fantastic beasts and longest run on the box office is Trolls which has been around now for 7 weeks.
A year ago
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 stayed at the top for a third weekend while the top new film was Christmas With The Coopers at number 5.
Five years ago
Arthur Christmas went to the top of the box office for the first time on its fourth week of release while Happy Feet Two was the top new film.
Ten years ago
Bond stayed at the top for a third week in Casino Royale while the top new film was Flushed Away at number 2.
Fifteen years ago
Spending a third week at the top was Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone while top new film was Zoolander at number 2.
Twenty years ago
The Long Kiss Goodnight was at the top on its debut weekend, it knocked The First Wives Club down to number 2.
Twenty five years ago
Point Break made it 2 weeks at the top while top new film was Hot Shots! at number 3.
Moana has now taken a total of $119 million in the US with a second weekend take of $28 million, in such a low grossing weekend not a bad take.
The film wont scale the heights of Frozen but it will be yet another sizeable hit and it fills the gap while we wait for the next Pixar film.
With the rest of the top 10 more or less staying the same as last week the top new film landed right down at number 9 in the shape of Incarnate.
Incarnate took $2.6 million for the weekend and with this showing will most likely fall out of cinemas this week.
With a debut weekend of $55 million over the Friday to Sunday they can't complain, and the long weekend from Wednesday night saw the film gain over $80 million.
With many families out shopping on the big retail weekend that includes black Friday this isn't such a bad debut, and with good reviews this could well go on and on for Disney.
Next weekend will be the big test, no new child friendly film are set for a release in the coming weeks which is good for Moana but then they get the Galaxy Far Far away to deal with, but who from, yes Disney, the Mouse House should have a good holiday.
Last weeks top film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, fell to number 2 this weekend and gained $45 million, this brings the films US total to $156 million, not the heights of Harry Potter.
Also new this week is America is Allied starring Brad Pitt at number 4 with $13 million and Bad Santa 2 at number 7 with $6 million and very bad reviews.
Longest stay on the US box office is split between 3 films, Doctor Strange, Trolls and Hacksaw Ridge all on 4 weeks, although the highest total grossing by a long margin is Doctor Strange with $205 million.
The last time we saw this king of dominance of video charts was back in 2013 when Disney released Frozen for sale, they sure are hitting the right note.
Highest new film of the week is new at 2, Daddys Home which was released at UK cinemas on 25th December last year.
The film was a relatively big hit considering it was up agains The Force Awakens and manages an acceptable 7 week run on the box office.
In that time it grossed a nice £16.3 million which in terms of stars Ferrell and Wahlberg isn't bad.
For Farrell it is his 3rd biggest film and for Wahlberg it is his 4th biggest film in the UK.
Also new this week is In The Heart of The Sea which lands at number 3.
The films total now sits at an excellent $591 million with no sign of letup yet, and with the spring holiday looming and no real competition who know where that could go?
A fairly quiet week on the film front with nothing wanting to open so close to the expected massive opening of Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice.
The highest new film of the week on a global platform is Kapoor and Sons, and Indian movie opened in 12 countries and takes $.6.8 million and opens at number 10.
Here is the full top 10 world grossing movies this week:
Minions was release as one of the tentpole film releases of the summer on 26th June 2015 and on its debut weekend took £11.5 million, and of course debuted at the top.
The film spent an incredible 16 on the box office and has only really just left cinemas, its last appearance being October 30th.
Over the course of its 16 weeks in the UK Minions grossed a total of £47 million, it is the fourth highest grossing film of 2015 and the 31st highest grossing in the UK ever.
Across the globe it also did really well grossing $1.1 billion and is only the third animated film to go over the billion mark after Frozen and Toy Story 3.
Spy which was the top film last week falls down to number 3 this week.
With such a strong selling film released this week there were no other films on home video to his the chart.
The last film to achieve this was Disney Frozen well over a year ago, that film went on the spend most of 2014 inside the top 3 and made many trips to the top.
Highest new film of the week if The Duff which enters the Uk video chart at number 2.
The Duff was released at UK cinemas on 10th April of this year where it made its debut at number 4 of that week, although it was the highest new film.
A 4 week run saw it gross a total of £1.9 million at the UK box office.
There is only one other new film this week in the shape of Paul Blart Mall Cop 2 which enters at number 4.
Dracula Untold was released at the UK box office on 3rd October of 2014 and entered at number 2 that week with a debut weekend gross of £1.7 million.
The film was a relatively small hit and hung around the chart for 4 weeks raking in a total gross of £4.7 million during that time.
New at number 2 this week is The Maze Runner which was a bigger hit at the box office than Dracula Untold, released on the 10th October 2014 it's total gross was £8.6 million over 6 weeks.
Also new this week is The Best of Me at number 5.
Worthy of a mention this week, this is the first week since it's video release that Disney's frozen has not featured on the video chart top 20, it's at number 31.
Like it's predecessor from the Mouse House Big Hero 6 makes it's debut at the top of the box office, and like Frozen which debuted with £4.7 million Big Hero 6 takes takes £4.2.
The release is just before the Uk school half term holiday which will see a massive boost in it's takings, and although it will do well it wont do as well as the juggernaut that has been Frozen.
Falling from the top spot this week is American Sniper which is this week at 3 and a total gross just shy of £10 million.
Making it's debut at 2, and only why of the top spot by £50,000, is Kingsman The Secret Service.
Other new films this week are: Inherent Vice at 9 and Les Contes Dhoffmann Met Opera 2015 at 10.
A year ago
The Wolf of Wall Street was holding onto the top spot for another week while the highest new film was That Awkward Moment which came in at 3.
Five years ago
There was still no move for Avatar as it held onto the top spot while the highest new film was Mel Gibsons try at a comeback movie in Edge of Darkness at 3.
Ten years ago
Meet The Fockers was the highest new film which debuted at the top of the box office knocking Closer down to the runner up spot.
Fifteen years ago
Double Jeopardy made it's debut at the top of the chart knocking Angelas Ashes down to the number 2 spot.
Starring Scarlett Johansson the film was released at UK cinemas in August of 2014 where it entered the box office chart at number 1 and stayed there for 2 weeks.
It took £ 3.07 million on it's debut week of release and stuck around the box office chart for 7 weeks in the top 15 and then another 3 outside.
During it's release it made a total gross of £14.6 million making it the 292nd highest grossing film of all time in the UK.
Last weeks top film, Left Behind, falls to number 3 this week after a single week at the top.
Also new this week is Before I Go to Sleep at 2.
Worthy of a mention also, for another week, is Frozen which this week slips down from number 2 to number 7, after 42 weeks inside the top 5 this is it's first time this low.
Left Behind was badly received by critics in the US when released on October 3rd and made only $2 million at the box office so the distributers decided not to give it a UK theatrical release.
That decision may have paid off as it sells well on video in the UK, although it is on one of the quietest periods of sale in the UK, the test will be where it is next week.
Last weeks top sale falls to number 2 this week, Frozen from Disney spending yet another week high on the chart.
Other new videos this week are:
Deliver Us From Evil at number 7
The Rover at number 17
Frozen from Disney retains it's hold on the chart and seems at the moment unmovable, it's now 40 weeks after it's debut and has been a mainstay of the top end ever since.
Little more to mention really, the highest new film is right down at number 18, The Guest stars Dan Stevens and is directed by Adam Wingard.
The Guest had a cinema release from 5th September 2014 making number 8 on it's debut with £313,003 and lasted 2 weeks at the box office, it's final UK gross being £832,147.
One of the more interesting lists is that of the most pirated movies of the year.
2014 is the year where The Wolf of Wall Street has been pirate downloaded more than any other.
With Frozen at number two, both films selling really well on home video it does beg the question about piracy ruining sales!
Here is the top 10
Taking a very respectable £9.8 million the third and last film in The Hobbit, and The Middle Earth saga manages to beat everything else with ease, and it also beats the second of The Hobbit films but not the first.
The new number one film takes over from last weeks top film Paddington which falls a single place after two weeks at the top, it's total gross so far is £14.3 million.
Also new this week is Tinker Bell and The Legend of The Neverbeast at 7.
Historical box office
A year ago
New at the top was The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug on it's debut weekend, it knocked Disneys Frozen from the top.
Five years ago
A Christmas Carol went back up to the top after four week bouncing around the top three, it knocked off Paranormal Activity.
Ten years ago
Blade flew in at the top of the box office and knocked The Incredibles down to the runner up spot.
Fifteen years ago
The World Is Not Enough spent it's third week at the top of the box office while Arnie starred in End of Days which was the highest new film at two.
Last week top film, The Inbetweeners 2, falls just a single place to 2 this week after just 1 week at the top.
Highest new film of the week as it 3, The Expendables 3, starring a whole host of movie tough guys including Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The Expendables 3 was release in UK cinemas on 15th August where it debuted at number 3. It had a short UK box office run of just 3 weeks.
During that time it grossed £3.7 million never climbing highest than 3. It is by far the lowest grossing of the franchise to date.
Other new film this week are: One Direction Where We Are at 15 and The Nut Job at 17
The second Inbetweeners movie was released in cinemas on 8th August this year when it broke records by having the highest first day gross for a comedy, it took £12.5 million over it's debut weekend.
It saw a couple of weeks at the top, but had a very front loaded audience as the film only spent 6 weeks on the chart, but it grossed £34.6 million in the process.
In comparison the first movie of the series was on the box office for 9 weeks and took £45 million.
The Inbetweeners 2 is the 56th highest grossing film in the UK, it's not been released in the US yet.
Frozen this week goes back up to the number 2 spot, there is simply no stopping this films sales.
Other new films include Hercules and Planes Fire and Rescue.
In the end the winner is Big Hero 6 which takes $56.2 million for the weekend, small in comparison to Frozen which was Disney's last film, but still good and the film has had good reviews.
Coming into second place is the Christopher Nolan film, his first since his outing with the Batman franchise, which takes $50 million for the weekend.
Going down to fourth this week is Ouija, the hangover fro the Halloween weekend keeping it going, but it will most probably sink next week.
Check out the full US top 12
Maleficent was one of the fist big summer films out of the stable this year being released on 30th May, on it's debut week it topped the box office chart with a weekend gross of £6.6 million.
It spent a total of 10 weeks on the Uk box office with five of those inside the top 5, it has grossed to date £20.5 million but is still showing in a few cinemas across London.
It is the 160th top grossing film in the UK and with a $710 million world gross is the 62nd top grossing film ever.
Last weeks top film, Edge of Tomorrow, falls to number 3 this week, leapfrogging over Disneys Frozen which hold firm at number 2.
There were a number of new films enter the chart this week, these include: Northern Soul at 4 and 2 Days to Kill at number 5, Walking on Sunshine enters at 7 while Oculus enters at 15. Belle is a new entry at 17.
Check out the full top 20 Blu-ray and DVD charts at 25thframe.co.uk.
With no big new releases Disney has managed to re-capture the top, and what other film has managed it but Frozen.
Frozen was released on DVD/Blu-ray back in March of this year and in that time has not dipped outside the top five best sellers for a week, and this week marks it's 4th time as best selling disk of the week.
Highest new entry of the week lands in second place in the shape of Mr. Peabody and Sherman. Released in February of the year the film landed on the Uk box office at number 1 with an opening gross of £4 million.
The film stayed at the box office for an impressive 11 weeks taking a UK box office total of £13.6 million, making it the 306th highest grossing film in the UK.
Other new film this week are
A Million Ways to Die in the West at 3
300 Rise of an Empire was released in the Uk on 7th March this year and entered the box office at the top of the chart with a debut weekend gross of £2.8 million.
The film hung around the chart 5 weeks making a steady slide down the chart with each week, ending it's run on 4th April with a total gross of £7.7 million.
Across the world it did well taking a global gross of $331 million and is the 268th highest grossing movie of all time.
Last weeks top film, Legends of Oz Dorothys Return, makes a spectacular fall to number 13 on this week list.
Worth a strong mention this week is Disney's dominance, with a 2 for 1 sale on their disks at the moment they hold 11 places on the top 20, as well as Frozen climbing back up to number 2.
Check out the full UK video chart on 25thframe.co.uk
Spider-Man's second amazing film was released at the box office on April 18th this year with a debut week at the top of the box office chart.
It's stayed in the top position for 3 weeks before it fell quite hard out of the box office chart spending just 6 weeks at cinemas.
During it's 6 week run though it did gross a quite respectable £23.6 million making it the 119th top film in the UK, worldwide it grossed $706 million making it the 63rd top film evert.
Spider-Man's sequel performed roughly on par with it's predecessor which spent an extra week at the UK box office and grossed a little more at £25 million.
Last weeks top film, Captain America: The Winter Soldier fell just a single place this week to number 2.
I can't go a week without mentioning Disney's Frozen and this week it jumps up another place and goes back into the top 3.
Check out the full UK home video chart.
To be fair after making over a billion dollars at the box office, and having every girl under 12 watching, and singing, on a daily bases the fan need for this is far too great and Disney are just answering their needs.
Due for release in spring 2015 read more about Frozen Fever at the Disney Blog.
Transcendence was released in cinemas on 25th April this year, entering the box office chart at number 3 with a £1.2 million debut weekend.
After only 3 weeks on the charts it disappeared taking a UK gross of £1.9 million and became one of Depp's lowest grossing movies in recent years, world wide it took $56 million. Frozen is still inside the top 5 best selling videos, since it's release it has not left the top 5, never actually going lower than 4, that 5 months of release.
Other new video entries this week are
Tarzan (not the Disney film) at 6
Locke (starring Tom Hardy) at 8
Alien Abduction at 12
Proving to be as popular as the original, The Inbetweeners stayed at the top of the tree with a weekend take of £3.4 million which brings its 10 day total gross to £22.3 million.
The first movie had taken £25 million by this point in it's run so this movie is a tiny bit behind but should end up at about the same figure by the end of it's cinema run.
Holding steady at 2 is Guardians of the Galaxy which means that the highest new film is The Expendables 3 at number 3.
This is the lowest grossing film in the (current) trilogy with the first film taking £3 million on it's opening and the followup taking £2 million.
Also worth mentioning this week is Disneys frozen which despite having had a few months on home video now makes a re-appearance on the box office at number 15 with a nearly £100,000 take.
Back to the Future keeps it's appearance in the top 10 due to it's Secret Cinema event showings in London.
One year ago this week Kick-Ass 2 made it's debut on the chart with an entry at number 1 knocking Grown Ups 2 to 4th.
Five years ago The Time Travelers Wife took the number 1 spot on it's debut knocking Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince to number 4.
Ten years ago I, Robot surrendered the top spot to new entry The Bourne Supremacy.
Fifteen years ago Will Smith and Kevin Klein hit the top spot with Wild Wild West on it's debut week knocking Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me to number 3.
Rio 2 hit the UK box office during the Easter holidays this year making it's debut on the chart for April 4th, it debuted at the top with a opening weekend gross of £2.8 million.
Over a fantastic 12 week run at the UK box office it went on to a total gross of £15 million and is the 266th top grossing film ever in the UK.
On the world stage it has made $473 million making it the 135th top film ever. Compared to the first Rio film it outperformed it but only just.
With Rio 2 at the top and The Logo Movie at 2, Noah falls to 3 this week and Frozen holds steady at number 4.
Other new film on video this week
The Legend of Hercules at 5
Starred Up at 6
Transformers Age of Extinction has performed well in Europe and America where most of the films on the list make their money, but where it has really shone is in China where it has become the biggest film ever.
There are now 18 films that have made over a billion but still only 2 that have taken over $2 Billion, the James Cameron duo of Avatar and Titanic.
Of the other 16 most notable are Frozen which is the top animated movie Batman which has 2 films on the list, Middle earth which has 2, one of the Lord of the Rings films and the first Hobbit film, Skyfall which the is top British film, unless you count Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.
Possibly by the end of the year we'll have a top 20 of $1 Billion grossing movies, although the films with the best possibilities, The Hobbit The Battle of the Five Armies and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 could miss the mark and we'll have to wait for Avengers Age of Ultron and Jurassic World next year?
The Lego Movie is the first animated adventure from the brick company and was a massive hit at UK cinemas on it's release on 14th February this year taking £8 million on it's opening weekend.
The film then dominated for weeks and spent an incredible 14 weeks on the box office, and is in fact still there at the moment.
It has (so far) grossed £34 million in the UK, it is to date the highest grossing film of the year (2014) and the 57th highest of all time.
It has grossed $468 million worldwide and currently stands as the 138th highest grossing movie in the world.
Last weeks top film, the mega grossing and massive selling Frozen falls to 3 this week.
Also new on the video chart is
Need for Speen at 2
There is no stopping the might of the Disney snow flick as it continues to sell in incredible numbers and after dipping down the chart slightly last week leaps back up to the top.
Last weeks top film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, falls to three this week on it's second week of release.
Highest new film of the week is the kids film Escape From Planet Earth, which enters the video chart at number 4.
Escape From Planet Earth had a quiet box office release on 7th March this year, it entered the box office at number 7 making just shy of £400,000 on it's debut, it lasted 3 weeks taking just under £1 million in the process.
Also new this week is:
Under the Skin at 5
The Hooligan Factory at 9
Vampire Academy at 16
Check out the full UK video chart.
Non-Stop was released at UK cinemas on 1st March this year where it debuted at number 2, being kept off the top spot by the years biggest film so far The Lego Movie.
On it's debut weekend it grossed £2.6 million, it was at the box office for 7 weeks and grossed a total of £9.3 million pounds during that time.
Last weeks top film, Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy takes a big fall down the chart this week to number 5.
Worth mentioning this week, yet again, is Disney's Frozen which spends yet another week at number 2, thats 14 weeks in the top 3 most of which have been at the top or in second place.
Other new video to chart this week
Ride Along at 3
Disney released the 5th Tinker Bell feature film at UK cinemas on February 14th this year, over a 6 week period if debuted at 6 with £966,920 but then flew up to number 6 the following week taking £1,207,245.
It took a total gross of £5,459,408 which is by far the highest of the Tinker Bell films, the previous high being £3,798,612 from Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings in 2012.
Frozen continues it run on the video chart with a 13th week none of them being lower than 3.
Last weeks top film, Robocop falls to 3 this week.
Other things of note on the chart is that Frozen has jumped back up to number 2 and has spent 12 weeks as one of the 3 best selling disks in all that time.
As for the highest new entry this week, Endless Love enters the chart at 16.
The film was released on 14th February this year entering the chart at number 8. A two week spell saw is fall out of the chart grossing £1,534,618.
There were no other new film this week.
Jack Ryan, the fourth film from Tom Clancy's novels was released in the UK on 24th January this year. Not huge hit at cinemas it entered the box office chart at 3 with a weekend gross of £1.2 million.
It hung around at cinemas for 3 weeks and took a total of £3.1 million. It is directed by Kenneth Branagh and also starts Keira Knightly.
Last week top disk of the week The Wolf of Wall Street falls into second place with Frozen still hanging onto the top 3 at 3.
Also new this week are
Dallas Buyers Club
That Awkward Moment
Out of The Furnace
All that stands in it's way is the two James Cameron Juggernaut's of Avatar and Titanic which with over $2 billion in world takings will be hard to shift.
Frozen has to date done $1.8 Billion of business across the globe and with Titanic on $2.2 Billion it'll find it hard to match that.
Still for an animated film it's just toppled Iron Man 3 from the number 3 spot with ease and Disney have their biggest film for a number of years on their hands, with merchandise takings as well this has been massive.
Despite no new releases the film at number 2 could have re-taken the top for a 3rd time, Disney monster smash Frozen moves back up the chart this week.
Highest new film of the week is I, Frankenstein from director Stuart Beattie and starring Aaron Eckhart.
The film was released at UK cinemas on 31st January this year, making a small ripple on the charts at number 4 where it took £811,365 on it's debut.
It only lasted 2 weeks dropping to 13 following it's debut and grossed a total of £1.27 million in the UK.
Also new this week
August Ostage County
Inside Llewyn Davis
Directed by Steve McQueen 12 Years a Slave follows the plight of a free black man sold into slavery in America's 1840's. Relased in the UK on 10th January this year it entered at the top of the box office and had a 10 week stay on the chart.
It grossed nearly £20 million on it's box office run and is the 174th highest grossing UK film.
Also new selling well last week in the UK are
47 Ronin at 2
Paranormal Activity The Marked Ones at 9
Ninja Shadow of a Tear at 15
Frozen has been around now for 5 weeks and this is the third time it has been the top selling video of the week, Disney's highest grossing movie of all time is fast becoming their biggest selling video of all time.
Best selling new film of the week is The Railway Man starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman. The film was released into UK cinemas on 10th January this year. A small hit it reached a height of number 6 on it't debut and hung around for 4 weeks making £4.6 million pounds during it's run.
Also new this week are,
Gallowwalkers starring Wesley Snipes
Anchorman 2 which stars Will Farrell was, after much hype, released at the box office on 20th December last year, not performing as well as expected the film entered the box office at 2, behind The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, with a £4.5 million weekend gross. It spent 5 weeks on the chart taking £14 million in UK grosses.
Last week's top film, Frozen, falls just a single place to 2 this week.
Other new releases this week are
American Hustle (3)
Mandela Long Walk to Freedom (5)
All Is Lost (11)
Starring and directed by Ben Stiller the film was released at UK cinemas at the very end of last year. During a very short cinematic run of just 4 weeks it debuted at number 4 but grossed a reasonable £6.5 million in box office takings.
There were no other new films that charted this week.
The second in the Hobbit trilogy from Peter Jackson was released at cinemas on December 8th last year. it Debuted at number 1 where it stayed for 3 weeks, it was around for 8 week and made a collective UK gross of £42.6 million.
Although the film didn't perform as well as the previous film, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, it was still a huge hit, it is currently the 33rd highest grossing film in the UK and the 23rd in the world having grossed nearly $950 million.
Frozen falls to second place this week despite it being the Easter Holidays, although the sales figures were still very high.
There were no other new releases this week.
The film to date has made nearly £40 million at the UK box office and is still in cinemas and this week is number 14 having spent 16 weeks on the box office chart. The film has grossed nearly $1.1 billion world wide and is the 10th highest grossing movie.
Other new films this week include:
Captain America, the latest from the Marvel Avengers (Avengers Assemble as it's called in the UK) universe of films, was by far and away the better grossing film taking £6 million. The film is a sequel to 2011's Captain America: The First Avenger which took £3 million on it's July debut.
Muppets Most Wanted is the follow up to 2012 The Muppets. That film took £2.6 million on it's debut, this one took a very similar £2.2 million.
New releases this week are:
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Muppets Most Wanted
The Legend of Hercules
20 Feet From Stardom
Also worth a mention is that after 2 weeks off the top 15, Frozen has returned at number 15.
This time last year The Croods held onto the top spot holding off G.I. Joe: Retaliation which entered at two.
Five years ago Nicolas Cage starred in the number one films Knowing which also debuted there nocking Marley and Me to number two.
Ten years ago The Passion of Christ stayed at the top keeping Dawn of the Dead at bay debuting at number two.
Fifteen years ago The Rugrats Movie took the number one spot on it's debut knocking Waking Ned Devine down to three with Payback entering at two.
Now Frozen has beaten the third Toy Story film to become the highest grossing animation ever with a world gross currently stinging at about $1.7 billion (and rising) compared to Toy Story 3's $1.6 billion.
Animation has accounted for some of the highest grossers of recent times, domestically and across the globe, last years in the UK Despicable Me 2 (from Dreamworks) was the highest grossing film of the year and fell just short of $1 billion worldwide.
Disney themselves have always down done well with The Lion King being the highest grossing animation from 1994 until Toy Story3's release in 2010, and The Lion King benefited greatly from it's 3D re-release a couple of years ago.
And to add to this, if you adjust ticket prices for inflation, according to many sources Snow While and the Seven Dwarfs is the most watched film at cinemas of all time, and guess what, thats Disney as well.
The films stars Mark Wahlberg and is based on a true story set during the war in Afghanistan about a group of Navy SEALS.
The film replaces Disney's Frozen at the top.
UK release date: 6th December 2013
Highest chart position: 1
Weeks on box office: 21