최고 수익을 올리는 애니메이션 영화 목록 - List of highest-grossing animated films

목록에는 최고 흥행 수익자 차트, 역 년별 고수익 애니메이션 영화 차트, 최고 수익 애니메이션 영화 기록의 전환을 보여주는 타임 라인, 최고 수익 애니메이션 차트가 포함됩니다. 영화 프랜차이즈 및 시리즈. 모든 차트는 홈 비디오, 방송 권리 및 상품에서 파생 된 수입을 제외하고 가능한 경우 국제 연극 흥행에 따라 순위가 매겨집니다.

애니메이션 가족 영화는 박스 오피스에서 일관되게 좋은 성과를 거두었으며 디즈니월트 디즈니 애니메이션 스튜디오 와 함께 홈 비디오 시대 이전에 수익성있는 재 개봉을 즐겼습니다. 월트 디즈니 애니메이션 스튜디오AladdinThe Lion King같은 영화를 제작했으며 , 둘 다 최고 수익을 올렸습니다. 각각의 해의 영화. 디즈니 애니메이션 도 모두 나중에 성공 즐길 냉동냉동 II 에 추가 픽사 , 그 중 인크레더블 2토이 스토리 영화는 니모를 찾아서의 영화, 그리고 인사이드 아웃최고의 연기자였습니다. Disney와 Pixar를 넘어, Shrek , Ice Age , Madagascar , Despicable Me 시리즈가 가장 큰 성공을 거두었습니다. 피터 팬 , 정글북 , 미키 마우스 , 밤비 , 그리고 라이온 킹 수십 년 동안 휴면 거짓말 후 시리즈 톱 성공적으로 돌아갑니다.

애니메이션 장편 영화는 40 분 이상의 상영 시간을 가진 영화로 정의되며, 프레임 단위 기술을 사용하여 움직임과 캐릭터의 연기가 만들어집니다. 모션 캡처 자체는 애니메이션 기술이 아닙니다. 또한 상당한 수의 주요 캐릭터가 애니메이션화되어야하며 애니메이션은 그림 실행 시간의 75 % 이상을 차지해야합니다.

— 규칙 7 – 애니메이션 장편 영화상 특별 규칙 : I. 정의 [1]

최고 수익을 올리는 애니메이션 영화

아래 차트에는 가장 높은 수익을 올리는 애니메이션 영화가 나열되어 있습니다. 수치는 미국 달러 (USD)로 표시됩니다. 20 세기에 개봉 된 많은 영화는 인플레이션 수치가 조정되지 않았기 때문에이 목록에 나타나지 않습니다. 상위 50 개 영화 중 98 %가 2000 년 이후에 개봉되었습니다 . 2016 년 은 6 편의 영화로 가장 많이 대표되는 해입니다. Despicable Me 는 4 편의 영화로 가장 많이 대표되는 프랜차이즈입니다. Pixar는 15 편의 영화로 가장 많이 대표되는 스튜디오입니다.

이 목록의 상위 12 개 영화는 각각 7 위, 10 위, 16 위, 18 위, 21 위, 31 위, 32 위, 38 위, 40 위, 43 위, 47 위 및 48 위로 전 세계적으로 가장 높은 수익을 올린 영화 50 위에 속합니다 . 상위 10 개 기업은 전 세계적으로 각각 10 억 달러 이상의 수익을 올렸습니다. 인플레이션을 조정하면 Snow White와 Seven Dwarfs 가 조정 된 총액 $ 1,963,000,000으로 차트 상단에 나타납니다. [2] [nb 1]

이 목록에있는 영화는 모두 2004 년 부터 극장 개봉 (재 개봉 포함)을 거쳤습니다 . 그 이후로 상영되지 않은 영화는 티켓 가격 인플레이션, 인구 규모, 티켓 구매 추세가 고려되지 않았기 때문에 차트에 나타나지 않습니다.

라이브 액션과 애니메이션을 결합한 영화 는 영상의 75 %가 애니메이션이고 상당수의 주요 캐릭터가 애니메이션이라는 기준을 충족하는 경우이 목록에 포함됩니다. [1]


최고 수익 애니메이션 영화 [3]
계급 피크 표제 전세계 총 참조
1 1 라이온 킹 (2019 리메이크) [nb 2] 1,657,713,458 달러 2019 년 [# 1] [6] [7]
2 2 냉동 II 1,450,026,933 달러 2019 년 [# 2] [# 3]
3 [nb 3] 1 겨울 왕국 $ 1,290,000,000 2013 년 [# 4]
4 2 인크레더블 2 1,242,805,359 달러 2018 년 [# 5]
5 2 미니언 1,159,398,397 달러 2015 년 [# 6]
6 5 토이 스토리 4 $ 1,073,394,593 2019 년 [# 7]
7 1 토이 스토리 3 $ 1,066,969,703 2010 년 [# 8] [# 9]
8 4 비열한 나 3 $ 1,034,799,409 2017 년 [# 10]
9 4 도리 찾기 $ 1,028,570,889 2016 년 [# 11]
10 4 주 토피아 $ 1,023,784,195 2016 년 [# 12]
11 2 [nb 4] 비열한 나 2 $ 970,766,005 2013 년 [# 13] [# 14]
12 1 라이온 킹 (1994 년 원본) $ 968,483,777 1994 년 [# 15] [# 16]
13 1 니모를 찾아서 $ 940,350,086 2003 년 [# 17] [# 18]
14 1 슈렉 2 $ 919,838,758 2004 년 [# 19] [# 20]
15 2 아이스 에이지 : Dawn of the Dinosaurs $ 886,686,817 2009 년 [# 21] [# 22]
16 6 아이스 에이지 : 콘티넨탈 드리프트 $ 877,244,782 2012 년 [# 23] [# 24]
17 12 애완 동물의 비밀 생활 $ 875,457,937 2016 년 [# 25]
18 10 뒤집어서 $ 857,611,174 2015 년 [# 26]
19 슈렉 3 세 $ 813,367,380 2007 년 [# 27] [# 28]
20 16 머리 $ 807,082,196 2017 년 [# 29]
21 7 슈렉 포에버 애프터 $ 752,600,867 2010 년 [# 30] [# 31]
22 9 마다가스카르 3 : 유럽의 최다 원티드 $ 746,921,274 2012 년 [# 32] [# 33]
23 11 몬스터 대학교 $ 743,559,607 2013 년 [# 34] [# 35]
24 23 Ne Zha 742,514,069 달러 2019 년 [a] [10]
25 6 쪽으로 $ 735,099,082 2009 년 [# 36] [# 37]
26 20 모아 나 $ 690,845,539 2016 년 [# 38]
27 9 쿵푸 팬더 2 $ 665,692,281 2011 년 [# 39] [# 40]
28 4 아이스 에이지 : 멜트 다운 $ 660,998,756 2006 년 [# 41] [# 42]
29 16 빅 히어로 6 $ 657,827,828 2014 년 [# 43] [# 44]
30 23 노래 634,151,679 달러 2016 년 [# 45]
31 2 몬스터 주식회사 $ 632,316,649 2001 년 [# 46] [# 47]
32 7 쿵푸 팬더 $ 631,744,560 2008 년 [# 48] [# 49]
33 4 인크레더블 631,442,092 달러 2004 년 [# 50] [# 51]
34 7 라따뚜이 $ 623,726,085 2007 년 [# 52] [# 53]
35 19 드래곤 2를 훈련시키는 방법 $ 621,537,519 2014 년 [# 54] [# 55]
36 9 마다가스카르 : 2 아프리카 탈출 $ 603,900,354 2008 년 [# 56] [# 57]
37 14 얽힌 592,461,732 달러 2010 년 [# 58] [# 59]
38 19 Croods $ 587,204,668 2013 년 [# 60] [# 61]
39 16 자동차 2 $ 559,852,396 2011 년 [# 62] [# 63]
40 17 장화 신은 고양이 $ 554,987,477 2011 년 [# 64] [# 65]
41 14 비열한 나 $ 543,113,985 2010 년 [# 66] [# 59]
42 5 마다가스카르 $ 542,063,846 2005 년 [# 67] [# 51]
43 21 용감한 $ 538,983,207 2012 년 [# 68] [# 69]
44 10 월 -E $ 533,281,433 2008 년 [# 70] [# 71]
45 41 Ralph가 인터넷을 깨다 529,323,962 달러 2018 년 [# 72]
46 41 호텔 트란실바니아 3 : 여름 휴가 $ 528,583,774 2018 년 [# 73]
47 38 보스 베이비 $ 527,965,936 2017 년 [# 74]
48 8 심슨 영화 $ 527,071,022 2007 년 [# 75] [# 76]
49 46 드래곤 훈련 방법 : 숨겨진 세계 $ 521,799,505 2019 년 [# 77]
50 35 쿵푸 팬더 3 $ 521,170,825 2016 년 [# 78]

애니메이션 유형별 최고 수익 애니메이션 영화

컴퓨터 애니메이션

다음 차트는 가장 높은 수익을 올리는의 목록입니다 컴퓨터 애니메이션 영화. 상위 50 위의 모든 영화는 2000 년 이후에 개봉되었습니다 . 2016 년 은 6 편의 영화로 가장 많이 대표되는 해입니다.

의 모든 장편 영화 슈퍼 배드 , 쿵푸 팬더 , 니모를 찾아서 , 그리고 인크레더블의 프랜차이즈뿐만 아니라 주요 영화 마다가스카르 프랜차이즈는 동안리스트에 토이 스토리 , 슈렉 , 빙하 시대는 , 그리고 당신의 용을 훈련하는 방법 프랜차이즈는 자주 등장합니다. Pixar는 16 편의 영화가있는 목록에서 가장 대표적인 스튜디오입니다.

나열된 상위 48 개 영화는 최고 수익을 올리는 애니메이션 영화 50 개 중 하나이며, 상위 11 개는 최고 수익을 올리는 50 개 영화 중 하나이며, 상위 10 개 영화는 각각 전 세계적으로 10 억 달러 이상의 수익을 올렸습니다.

이 차트의 영화는 모두 2004 년 부터 극장 상영 (재 개봉 포함)을 진행했으며 그 이후로 상영되지 않은 영화는 티켓 가격 인플레이션, 인구 규모 및 티켓 구매 추세를 고려하지 않아 차트에 나타나지 않습니다.

최고 매출 컴퓨터 애니메이션 영화 [11]
계급 피크 표제 전세계 총 Ref
1 1 라이온 킹 (2019 리메이크) [nb 2] 1,656,943,394 달러 2019 년 [# 1]
2 2 냉동 II 1,450,026,933 달러 2019 년 [# 2]
3 [nb 3] 1 겨울 왕국 $ 1,290,000,000 2013 년 [# 4] [# 79]
4 2 인크레더블 2 1,242,805,359 달러 2018 년 [# 5]
5 2 미니언 1,159,398,397 달러 2015 년 [# 6]
6 5 토이 스토리 4 $ 1,073,394,593 2019 년 [# 7]
7 1 토이 스토리 3 $ 1,067,969,703 2010 년 [# 8] [# 80]
8 4 비열한 나 3 $ 1,034,799,409 2017 년 [# 10]
9 4 도리 찾기 $ 1,028,570,889 2016 년 [# 11]
10 4 주 토피아 $ 1,023,784,195 2016 년 [# 12]
11 2 비열한 나 2 $ 970,766,005 2013 년 [# 13] [# 81]
12 1 니모를 찾아서 $ 940,350,086 2003 년 [# 17] [# 82]
13 1 슈렉 2 $ 919,838,758 2004 년 [# 19] [# 83]
14 아이스 에이지 : Dawn of the Dinosaurs $ 886,686,817 2009 년 [# 21] [# 84]
15 5 아이스 에이지 : 콘티넨탈 드리프트 $ 877,244,782 2012 년 [# 23] [# 85]
16 11 애완 동물의 비밀 생활 $ 875,457,937 2016 년 [# 25]
17 9 뒤집어서 $ 857,611,174 2015 년 [# 26]
18 슈렉 3 세 $ 813,367,380 2007 년 [# 27] [# 86]
19 14 머리 $ 807,082,196 2017 년 [# 29]
20 6 슈렉 포에버 애프터 $ 752,600,867 2010 년 [# 30] [# 80]
21 8 마다가스카르 3 : 유럽의 최다 원티드 $ 746,921,274 2012 년 [# 32] [# 87]
22 10 몬스터 대학교 $ 743,559,607 2013 년 [# 34] [# 88]
23 22 Ne Zha 742,514,069 달러 2019 년 [b] [13]
24 5 쪽으로 $ 735,099,082 2009 년 [# 36] [# 89]
25 19 모아 나 $ 690,845,539 2016 년 [# 38]
26 8 쿵푸 팬더 2 $ 665,692,281 2011 년 [# 39] [# 90]
27 아이스 에이지 : 멜트 다운 $ 660,998,756 2006 년 [# 41] [# 91]
28 15 빅 히어로 6 $ 657,827,828 2014 년 [# 43] [# 92]
29 23 노래 634,151,679 달러 2016 년 [# 45]
30 1 몬스터 주식회사 $ 632,316,649 2001 년 [# 46] [# 82]
31 6 쿵푸 팬더 $ 631,744,560 2008 년 [# 48] [# 93]
32 인크레더블 631,442,092 달러 2004 년 [# 50] [# 94]
33 6 라따뚜이 $ 623,726,085 2007 년 [# 52] [# 53]
34 18 드래곤 2를 훈련시키는 방법 $ 621,537,519 2014 년 [# 54] [# 95]
35 8 마다가스카르 : 2 아프리카 탈출 $ 603,900,354 2008 년 [# 56] [# 96]
36 13 얽힌 592,461,732 달러 2010 년 [# 58] [# 97]
37 18 Croods $ 587,204,668 2013 년 [# 60] [# 98]
38 15 자동차 2 $ 559,852,396 2011 년 [# 62] [# 90]
39 16 장화 신은 고양이 $ 554,987,477 2011 년 [# 64] [# 99]
40 13 비열한 나 $ 543,113,985 2010 년 [# 66] [# 97]
41 4 마다가스카르 $ 542,063,846 2005 년 [# 67] [# 94]
42 20 용감한 $ 538,983,207 2012 년 [# 68] [# 87]
43 9 월 -E $ 533,281,433 2008 년 [# 70] [# 100]
44 40 Ralph가 인터넷을 깨다 529,323,962 달러 2018 년 [# 72]
45 40 호텔 트란실바니아 3 : 여름 휴가 $ 528,583,774 2018 년 [# 73]
46 39 보스 베이비 $ 527,965,936 2017 년 [# 74]
47 44 드래곤 훈련 방법 : 숨겨진 세계 $ 521,799,505 2019 년 [# 77]
48 33 쿵푸 팬더 3 $ 521,170,825 2016 년 [# 78]
49 43 그린 치 $ 511,595,957 2018 년 [# 101]
50 29 Rio 2 $ 498,781,117 2014 년 [# 102]

모션 애니메이션 중지

다음 차트는 가장 높은 수익을 올린 스톱 모션 영화 목록입니다 . 이 목록에 오르려면 영화가 천만 달러를 넘어야했습니다. 상위 18 개 중 89.5 %가 2000 년 이후에 출시되었습니다 . 2012 년 은 3 편의 영화로 가장 많이 대표되는 해입니다.

LaikaAardman 은 6 편의 영화로 가장 많이 대표되는 스튜디오입니다. Aardman , DreamWorks Animation , Laika 및 Tim Burton의 모든 스톱 모션 장편 영화가 목록에 있습니다. Wallace와 Gromit 의 모험 , Solan & LudvigShaun the Sheep 프랜차이즈의 모든 장편 영화가 목록에 있으며 Wallace와 Gromit이 세 편의 영화로 가장 많이 대표되는 프랜차이즈입니다.

이 차트의 영화는 모두 1996 년 부터 극장 상영 (재 개봉 포함)을 진행했으며 그 이후로 상영되지 않은 영화는 티켓 가격 인플레이션, 인구 규모 및 티켓 구매 추세를 고려하지 않아 차트에 나타나지 않습니다.


최고 매출 스톱 모션 영화 [14]
계급 표제 전세계 총 Ref
1 치킨 런 $ 224,834,564 2000 년 [# 103]
2 Wallace & Gromit : 토끼의 저주 194,137,091 달러 2005 년 [# 104]
코랄 린 $ 124,596,398 2009 년 [# 105]
4 해적! 과학자들과 함께하는 모험! $ 123,057,928 2012 년 [# 106]
5 시체 신부 $ 117,195,061 2005 년 [# 107]
6 Boxtrolls $ 109,285,033 2014 년 [# 108]
7 ParaNorman 107,139,399 달러 2012 년 [# 109]
8 양 숀 영화 106,209,378 달러 2015 년 [# 110]
9 어린 왕자 97,571,250 달러 2015 년 [# 111]
10 크리스마스 전의 악몽 $ 91,482,584 1993 년 [# 112]
11 프랑켄 위니 81,491,068 달러 2012 년 [# 113]
12 쿠보와 두 줄 $ 77,548,564 2016 년 [# 114]
13 개 섬 64,241,499 달러 2018 년 [# 115]
14 초기 남자 $ 54,622,814 2018 년 [# 116]
15 환상적인 Mr. Fox 46,471,023 달러 2009 년 [# 117]
16 Farmageddon : A Shaun the Sheep 영화 $ 43,091,796 2019 년 [# 118]
17 제임스와 거대한 복숭아 28,946,127 달러 1996 년 [# 119]
18 누락 된 링크 $ 26,249,469 2019 년 [# 120]
19 Solan & Ludvig의 크리스마스 $ 12,345,881 2013 년 [# 121]

전통적인 애니메이션

다음 차트는 가장 높은 수익을 올리는 전통 애니메이션 영화 목록입니다 . 상위 50 개 영화 중 42 %가 2000 년 이후에 개봉되었습니다 . 1998 년2002 년 은 각각 4 편의 영화로 가장 많이 대표되는 해입니다.

주요 Peter Pan , Jungle Book , SpongeBob SquarePants 시리즈의 모든 영화가 차트에 나타나며 Pokémon 프랜차이즈가 눈에 띄게 표시됩니다. 이 네 가지 프랜차이즈 모두가 각각 두 편의 영화로 가장 많이 대표됩니다. 디즈니 는 27 편의 영화로 가장 대표되는 스튜디오입니다.

이 목록의 상위 2 개 영화는 또한 가장 높은 수익을 올리는 애니메이션 영화 50 개 중 하나입니다. 오직 라이온 킹만 이 50 위를 차지한 가장 높은 수익을 올리는 영화 50 개 중 하나입니다.

이 차트에있는 영화는 모두 1986 년 부터 극장 개봉 (재 개봉 포함)이 있었으며, 그 이후로 상영되지 않은 영화는 티켓 가격 인플레이션, 인구 규모 및 티켓 구매 추세가 고려되지 않았기 때문에 차트에 나타나지 않습니다.

film currently playing 2020 년 12 월 4 일을 시작으로 한 주에 전 세계 극장에서 상영되는 영화를 나타냅니다 .
최고 수익을 올리는 전통적 애니메이션 영화
계급 표제 전세계 총 Ref
1 라이온 킹 (1994 년 원본) $ 968,483,777 1994 년 [# 15]
2 심슨 영화 $ 536,414,270 2007 년 [# 75]
알라딘 $ 504,050,219 1992 년 [# 122]
4 타잔 $ 448,191,819 1999 년 [# 123]
5 미녀와 야수 $ 424,967,620 1991 년 [# 124]
6 백설 공주와 일곱 난장이 $ 418,200,000 1937 년 [# 125] [# 126]
7 정글북 $ 378,000,000 1967 년 [# 127]
8 씩씩 거리 $ 365,481,131 2001 년 [씨]
9 당신의 이름 $ 361,024,012 2016 년 [19]
10 Pocahontas 346,079,773 달러 1995 년 [# 128]
11 노틀담의 꼽추 $ 325,338,851 1996 년 [# 129]
12 스폰지 밥 영화 : 물에서 스폰지 밥 $ 325,186,032 2015 년 [# 130]
13 뮬란 $ 304,320,254 1998 년 [# 131]
14 백과 원 달마시안 $ 303,000,000 1961 년 [# 127]
15 릴로 앤 스티치 $ 273,144,151 2002 년 [# 132]
16 밤비 267,447,150 달러 1942 년 [# 133]
17 공주와 개구리 267,045,765 달러 2009 년 [# 134]
18 신데렐라 263,591,415 달러 1950 년 [# 135]
19 데몬 슬레이어 : 인피니티 트레인 film currently playing $ 261,400,000 2020 년 [20]
20 헤라클레스 $ 252,712,101 1997 년 [# 136]
21 형제 곰 $ 250,397,798 2003 년 [# 137]
22 하울의 움직이는 성 $ 235,184,110 2004 년 [# 138]
23 인어 공주 $ 233,000,000 1989 년 [# 127]
24 이집트의 왕자 $ 218,613,188 1998 년 [# 139]
25 포뇨 $ 203,204,882 2008 년 [21]
26 당신과 함께 풍화 193,091,764 달러 2019 년 [22]
27 아리스토 캣 $ 191,000,000 1970 년 [# 127]
28 Lady and the Tramp $187,000,000 1955 [# 127]
29 Atlantis: The Lost Empire $186,053,725 2001 [# 140]
30 The Emperor's New Groove $169,327,687 2000 [# 141]
31 The Rescuers $169,000,000 1977 [# 127]
32 Pokémon: The First Movie $163,644,662 1998 [# 142]
33 Princess Mononoke $159,414,369 1997 [# 143]
34 Arrietty $145,570,827 2010 [# 144]
35 Home on the Range $145,358,062 2004 [# 145]
36 Peter Pan $145,000,000 1953 [# 146]
37 The Rugrats Movie $140,894,675 1998 [# 147]
38 The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie $140,161,792 2004 [# 148]
39 Anastasia $139,804,348 1997 [# 149]
40 The Wind Rises $136,454,220 2013 [# 150]
41 The Jungle Book 2 $135,703,599 2003 [# 151]
42 Pokémon: The Movie 2000 $133,949,270 1999 [# 152]
43 Dragon Ball Super: Broly $124,500,000 2018 [# 153][23]
44 Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron $122,563,539 2002 [# 154]
45 Pinocchio $121,892,045 1940 [# 155]
46 Oliver and Company $121,000,000 1988 [# 156][# 157]
47 Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire $119,875,024 2019 [24]
48 Return to Never Land $109,862,682 2002 [# 158]
49 Treasure Planet $109,578,115 2002 [# 159]
50 Detective Conan: Zero the Enforcer $108,105,223 2018 [# 160]

Highest-grossing animated films by year

2010 is the year with the most animated films in the top 10, with five.[# 161] The years 1937, 1940, 1942, 1950, 1953, 1955, 1961, 1967, 1992, 1994, 1995, 2004, 2010, and 2013 were the top high-grossing films by year. [# 162]

Computer-animated films have been the highest earners in 1995 and every year since 1998, while 1975 and 1993 are the only years when a stop motion animated feature grossed the highest. Traditional animated films have topped every other year.

All films in The Rescuers, Finding Nemo, and Lion King franchises were the highest-grossing animated films of the year they were released. The Ice Age and Doraemon franchises have had the most entries be the high-grossing animated films by year, with four films each. Disney has the most top grossing by year, with 31 films.

Japanese animated features have top the list in 1979, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1987. Chinese animated films in 2020. Spanish animated films top the list in 1945. French animated films in 1949, Swedish animated films in 1974, Norwegian animated films in 1975, Belgium in 1976 and Canadian in 1985. American ever other year.

film currently playing indicates films playing in theaters around the world in the week commencing 4 December 2020.
Year Title Worldwide gross Budget Ref(s)
1937 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs $418,200,000+ ($8,500,000)R $1,488,423 [# 125][# 163][# 164]
1938 N/A N/A N/A N/A
1939 Gulliver's Travels $3,200,000* $700,000 [# 165][# 166]
1940 Pinocchio $87,000,862* ($3,500,000)R $2,600,000 [# 155][# 164][# 167]
1941 Dumbo $1,600,000* $950,000 [# 168][# 169]
1942 Bambi $267,447,150 ($3,449,353)R $1,700,0002,000,000 [# 133][# 170][# 171]
1943 Victory Through Air Power $799,000* ~$789,000 [# 172]
1944 The Three Caballeros $3,355,000R TBD [# 173][# 174]
1945 The Enchanted Sword ES€5,595,283ES (~$90,000) TBD [# 175]
1946 Make Mine Music $3,275,000R $1,370,000 [# 173][# 176]
1947 Fun and Fancy Free $3,165,000R TBD [# 173]
1948 Melody Time $2,560,000R $1,500,000 [# 173][# 177]
1949 The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad $1,625,000R TBD [# 173]
1950 Cinderella $263,591,415
($20,000,000/$7,800,000)*R
$2,200,000 [# 178][# 179][# 167]
1951 Alice in Wonderland $2,400,000* $3,000,000 [# 180][# 181]
1952 The King and the Mockingbird $167,451 TBD [25]
1953 Peter Pan $145,000,000 ($7,000,000) $3,000,0004,000,000 [# 146]
1954 TBD TBD TBD TBD
1955 Lady and the Tramp $187,000,000 ($6,500,000)*R $4,000,000 [# 127][# 182]
1956 TBD TBD TBD TBD
1957 TBD TBD TBD TBD
1958 TBD TBD TBD TBD
1959 Sleeping Beauty $51,600,000* ($5,300,000)R $6,000,000 [# 183][# 184][# 185][# 186]
1960 TBD TBD TBD TBD
1961 One Hundred and One Dalmatians $303,000,000 $3,600,0004,000,000 [# 187][# 188][# 171][# 127]
1962 TBD TBD TBD TBD
1963 The Sword in the Stone $22,182,353*R ($13,050,777)*R $3,000,000 [# 189][# 190][# 191]
1964 Hey There, It's Yogi Bear $1,940,903*2,438,233*
($1,130,000)R
TBD [# 192][# 193][# 194]
1965 TBD TBD TBD TBD
1966 The Man Called Flintstone $2,764,684* TBD
1967 The Jungle Book $378,000,000 ($23,800,000)R $3,900,0004,000,000 [# 127][# 195][# 196][# 171]
1968 Out of an Old Man's Head SEK1,270,971SW (~$245,000)H TBD [# 197]
1969 A Boy Named Charlie Brown $12,000,000* $1,100,000 [# 198][# 199][# 200]
1970 The Aristocats $191,000,000 ($26,462,000)R $4,000,000 [# 127][# 201][# 202]
1971 Daisy Town SEK1,202,319SW (~$253,000) TBD [# 203]
1972 Fritz the Cat $90,000,000 $850,000 [# 204]
1973 Robin Hood $32,056,467* ($27,500,000)R $5,000,000 [# 205][# 206] [# 207]
1974 Dunderklumpen! SEK5,813,000SW (~$2,675,205)H TBD [# 208]
1975 The Pinchcliffe Grand Prix $6,439,069NWSW TBD [# 209]
1976 The Smurfs and the Magic Flute $19,000,000 TBD [# 210]
1977 The Rescuers $169,000,000 ($29,000,000)* $7,500,000 [# 127][# 211]
1978 The Lord of the Rings $30,471,420* $4,000,000 [# 212][# 213]
1979 Galaxy Express 999 ¥1,650,000,000JP ($7,610,000) TBD [# 214][circular reference][# 215]
1980 Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur ¥1,550,000,000JP ($6,200,000) TBD [# 216][# 217]
1981 The Fox and the Hound $63,456,988* ($39,900,000)* $12,000,000 [# 218][# 219]
1982 The Secret of NIMH $14,665,733* $7,000,000 [# 220][# 221]
1983 Harmagedon: Genma Wars ¥1,060,000,000JP ($4,500,000) TBD [# 222][# 223]
1984 Doraemon: Nobita's Great Adventure into the Underworld ¥1,650,000,000JP ($7,300,000) TBD [# 224][# 225]
1985 The Care Bears Movie $34,000,000 ($22,934,622)* $2,000,0004,500,000 [# 226][# 227]
1986 An American Tail $84,542,002 $9,000,000 [# 228]
1987 Doraemon: Nobita and the Knights on Dinosaurs ¥1,500,000,000JP ($9,800,000) TBD [# 229][# 230]
1988 Oliver and Company $121,000,000+ ($100,000,000)+ $31,000,000 [# 156][# 157][# 231]
1989 The Little Mermaid $233,000,000 ($84,355,863)* $40,000,000 [# 127][# 232][# 233]
1990 The Rescuers Down Under $47,431,461 TBD [# 234]
1991 Beauty and the Beast $424,967,620 ($351,863,363) $25,000,000 [# 124]
1992 Aladdin $504,050,219 $28,000,000 [# 122][# 171]
1993 The Nightmare Before Christmasfilm currently playing $91,482,584 ($50,003,043)* $18,000,000 [# 112][# 235]
1994 The Lion King (original) $968,483,777 ($766,964,132) $45,000,000 [# 236]
1995 Toy Story $373,554,033 ($361,958,736) $30,000,000 [# 237][# 238]
1996 The Hunchback of Notre Dame $325,338,851 $100,000,000 [# 129]
1997 Hercules $252,712,101 $85,000,000 [# 136]
1998 A Bug's Life $363,258,859 $120,000,000 [# 239]
1999 Toy Story 2 $497,366,869 ($485,015,179) $90,000,000 [# 240][# 241]
2000 Dinosaur $349,822,765 $127,500,000 [# 242]
2001 Monsters, Inc. $632,316,649 ($525,373,250) $115,000,000 [# 46]
2002 Ice Age $383,257,136 $59,000,000 [# 243]
2003 Finding Nemo $940,350,086 ($867,893,978) $94,000,000 [# 17]
2004 Shrek 2 $919,838,758 $150,000,000 [# 19]
2005 Madagascar $542,063,846 $75,000,000 [# 67]
2006 Ice Age: The Meltdown $660,998,756 $80,000,000 [# 41]
2007 Shrek the Third $813,367,380 $160,000,000 [# 27]
2008 Kung Fu Panda $631,744,560 $130,000,000 [# 48]
2009 Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs $886,686,817 $90,000,000 [# 21]
2010 Toy Story 3 $1,066,969,703 $200,000,000 [# 8]
2011 Kung Fu Panda 2 $665,692,281 $150,000,000 [# 39]
2012 Ice Age: Continental Drift $877,244,782 $95,000,000 [# 23]
2013 Frozen [nb 3] $1,290,000,000 ($1,287,000,000) $150,000,000 [# 4]
2014 Big Hero 6 $657,827,828 $165,000,000 [# 43]
2015 Minions $1,159,398,397 $74,000,000 [# 6]
2016 Finding Dory $1,028,570,889 $200,000,000 [# 11]
2017 Despicable Me 3 $1,034,799,409 $80,000,000 [# 10]
2018 Incredibles 2 $1,242,805,359 $200,000,000 [# 5][# 244]
2019 The Lion King (remake) $1,656,943,394 $260,000,000 [# 1][# 245]
2020 Demon Slayer: Mugen Train film currently playing $280,600,000 TBD [20]
  • ( ... ) Since grosses are not limited to original theatrical runs, a film's first-run gross is included in brackets after the total if known.
  • *U.S. and Canada gross only
  • ESSpanish only
  • SWSwedish gross only
  • NWNorwegian gross only
  • AUAustralian gross only
  • JPJapanese gross only
  • RDistributor rental
  • TBDTo be determined
  • N/ANot applicable; no animated feature length film was released in that year.
  • HFilms contain animated/live-action scenes.

Timeline of highest-grossing animated films

At least eight animated films have held the record of highest-grossing animated film at different times. Five of these were Disney films and two by Pixar. Shrek 2, made by DreamWorks Animation is the only film on the list not produced by Disney or Pixar.

Snow White held the record for the longest, with 55 years, while Finding Nemo held it for the shortest period of a year. The original Lion King was the last non-CG animated film to hold the record. Shrek 2 and Toy Story 3 are the only sequels to hold the record. Finding Nemo was the first CG animated film.

All of these films are still among the highest-grossing animated films except Snow White, and only Snow White, Aladdin and Shrek 2 are not also among the highest-grossing films. The Lion King is the only franchise to hold the record twice.

Title Established Record-setting gross Ref
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs [nb 5] 1938 $8,500,000 [# 246][# 247]
1993 $418,200,000 [# 126]
Aladdin [nb 6] 1993 $504,050,219 [# 122]
The Lion King (1994 original) 1994 $768,000,000 [# 16]
2002 $783,841,776 [# 248]
Finding Nemo 2003 $867,893,978 [# 18]
Shrek 2 2004 $919,838,758 [# 19]
Toy Story 3 2010 $1,066,969,703 [# 8]
Frozen [nb 3] 2014 $1,287,000,000 [# 4]
2017 $1,290,000,000
The Lion King (2019 remake) [nb 2] 2019 $1,656,943,394 [# 1]

Computer animated

The following is a Timeline of highest-grossing computer animated films.

Toy Story is the only franchise to hold the record on multiple occasions doing so with the first three movies, Pixar is the only studio to hold the record on multiple occasions doing so six times while A Bug's Life and Finding Nemo both hold the record the shortest less than a year.

Title Established Record-setting gross Ref
Toy Story 1995 $361,958,736 [26]
A Bug's Life 1998 $363,258,859 [27]
Toy Story 2 1999 $485,015,179 [# 240]
Monsters, Inc. 2002 $525,373,250 [# 46]
Finding Nemo 2003 $867,893,978 [# 18]
Shrek 2 2004 $919,838,758 [# 19]
Toy Story 3 2010 $1,066,969,703 [# 8]
Frozen [nb 3] 2014 $1,287,000,000 [# 4]
2017 $1,290,000,000
The Lion King (2019 remake) [nb 2] 2019 $1,656,943,394 [# 1]

Stop motion

At least three stop motions animated films have held the record of highest-grossing animated film at different times. Chicken Run held the record for the longest, with 19 years, while The Nightmare Before Christmas held it for the shortest period of 6 years.

Both Chicken Run and The Nightmare Before Christmas are still among the highest-grossing stop motion animated films.

Title Established Record-setting gross Ref
The Pinchcliffe Grand Prix 1975 $6,439,069 [# 249]
The Nightmare Before Christmas 1993 $50,003,043 [28]
1994 $58,019,461 [29]
Chicken Run 2000 $224,834,564 [30]

Highest-grossing animated franchises and film series

The following chart is a list of the highest-grossing animated film franchises. The top six are among the highest-grossing film franchises of all time and, respectively, are ranked 15th, 17th, 19th, 20th, 22nd, and 23rd of all time. Despicable Me is the highest-grossing animated franchise of all time with $3.7 billion; it is also one of three animated franchises with two films grossing over $1 billion worldwide, the others being Toy Story and Frozen. Frozen is the only animated franchise where every installment grossed $1 billion; it has the highest per-film average, with nearly $1.4 billion unadjusted. All franchises by Pixar (the most represented studio with five franchises), DreamWorks Animation, Illumination, Blue Sky, and 20th Century Fox, are on the list. A given franchise needs to have at least two theatrically released films to be on this list.

film currently playing indicates that at least one film in the series is playing in the week commencing 4 December 2020.
Highest-grossing animated franchises and film series[§] (The films in each franchise can be viewed by selecting "show")
Rank Series Total worldwide box office No. of films Average of films Highest-grossing film

See also

Per decade

Notes

  1. ^ Inflation
  2. ^ a b c d Disney, which produced The Lion King (2019), considered the film to be live-action, rather than animated, even though the film, aside from its opening shot, was made with photorealistic computer animation.[4] Others, such as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (presenter of the Golden Globe Awards), deemed it to be animated based on specified criteria.[5]
  3. ^ a b c d e Box Office Mojo stopped updating its main total for Frozen in August 2014, while it was still in release. The total listed here incorporates subsequent earnings in Japan, Nigeria, Spain, the United Kingdom and Germany up to the end of 2015, but omits earnings in Turkey, Iceland, Brazil, and Australia (2016) which amount to a few hundred thousand dollars. The total is rounded to $1 million to compensate for the numerical inaccuracy.
  4. ^ Disney issued an erratum to the gross for The Lion King, correcting its gross from $987.5 million to $968.5 million. This means that Despicable Me 2 finished its run ahead of it and would have ranked one place higher at the end of its release.
  5. ^ Snow White earned $8.5 million in gross rental upon its initial release, in the process becoming the highest-grossing sound film. The gross rental is the distributor's share of the box-office gross and was more commonly reported than the exhibition gross up to the 1970s.
  6. ^ It is possible Aladdin never took the record. Aladdin's release (1992–93) coincided with a Snow White reissue, and it is possible that Snow White ended up grossing more. Snow White had grossed a total of $330 million up to 1987, and then added a further $88 million in North America from its 1987 and 1993 reissues; it is unknown how much Snow White made from these reissues outside of North America, but if the foreign gross matched or exceeded the North American gross then Snow White would have earned more.
  7. ^ According to Toei Animation, the first sixteen Dragon Ball films, from Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies (1986) to Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon (1995), had a total Japanese box office gross of over ¥40 billion[31] ($460 million).[32] Outside of Japan, the 2002–2003 European releases of Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest (1990) grossed $1,009,767,[33] the 2016 Chinese release of Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure (1988) grossed $9,714,846,[34] and the 2018 North American releases of Dragon Ball Z films Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan (1993) and Saiyan Double Feature (Fusion Reborn and Bardock: The Father of Goku) grossed $1,199,689.[35]
  8. ^ The film grossed $52,761,356 worldwide, including $32 million in Japan,[39] $2.8 million in the US and Canada,[40] and $17,961,356 in other territories.[41]
  1. ^ Ne Zha Gross
    • China – $723,650,000[8]
    • United States, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and Vietnam – $6,307,704[9]
  2. ^ Ne Zha Gross
    • China – $723,650,000[12]
    • United States, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and Vietnam – $6,307,704[9]
  3. ^ Spirited Away gross:
    • Japan – ¥30.8 billion ($253,437,451)[15]
    • China – $70,675,329[16][17]
    • Outside of Japan and China – $41,368,351[18]
      • United States and Canada – $12,427,717 (30 October 2018)
      • South Korea – $11,382,770 (15 August 2002)
      • France – $6,326,294 (26 June 2002)
      • Other territories – $11,231,570[citation needed]

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    Total as of July 27, 2014: $21,668,593
    Total as of November 2, 2014: $22,492,845
    Total as of August 17, 2014: $167,333
    Total as of June 8, 2014: £39,090,985
    Total as of November 30, 2014: £40,960,083 ($1 = £0.63866)
    Total as of December 7, 2014: £41,087,765 ($1 = £0.64136)
    Total as of December 14, 2014: £41,170,608 ($1 = £0.636)
    Total as of November 26, 2017: £42,840,559 ($1 = £0.7497)
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    Total as of October 18, 2015: €42,526,744
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