Disney’s latest film “The Jungle Book” came to U.S. theaters April 15th, to an incredibly successful opening weekend of around $80 million. Since then, “The Jungle Book” has been on fire, remaining as the #1 film everyday since its opening.
Now just having finished its third weekend run, has brought in $255.8 million domestically. Internationally, it’s brought in $452.8 million, bringing it to a total gross of $708.6 million.
“The Jungle Book” already holds numerous box office records, including being the 6th highest grossing Disney live action film in the U.S., Disney’s third highest grossing film in China, and the highest grossing Hollywood film ever in India (seems very befitting, seeing as how the film takes place in the jungles of India!).
Disney seems to be on quite a roll this year, with both their 2016 releases, “Zootopia” and “The Jungle Book” both having brought in over $700 million! Both films were amazing, and is making me all the more excited for the rest of their 2016 movies.