Top 5 Highest Earning Animated Movies Of All Time
No matter what age group one belongs to, animated movies are something everyone enjoys. And mind you, although they are animated or cartoony, they deliver some real emotions and have many of us sobbing. And these animated movies receive equal commercial success as the normal movies.
Curious, we dug deep and made a list of the top five highest earning animated movies of all time. The movies have earned massive amounts making them the highest grossing animated movies.
Top 5 Best Earning Animated Movies Of All Time
Frozen 2 was undoubtedly one of the best animated movies, and after the buzz created by Frozen , many fans were eagerly awaiting its release. And when it finally released it broke all records at the box office. It was financially successful animated movie earning a worldwide total of $1,437,862,795. Made on a $150 million budget, this movie pulled people of age groups to the cinema halls.
Next on the list of highest earning animated movies is the first part of Frozen. Released in 2013, Frozen earned a total of $1,257,909,889 on a budget of $150 million. At that time, Frozen gave other movies including Big Hero 6, which released around the same time, a good run for money.
Incredibles 2 had a fun and entertaining plot, with a great superhero touch with several new characters introduced in this one. It released after a gap of 14 years from its first release and it was worth the wait. The family-movie collected a total of $1,242,805,359 on a budget of $200 million.
The lightheardted and fun 2015 film, Minions, has built a strong fanbase for itself. It revolves around the adorable beings in their pre-Gru era in search of their leader. Made on a budget of budget of just $74 million, Minions was a huge success with a box office collection of $1,157,271,759.
Toy Story 4
Toy Story 4 is certainly close to each of our hearts. We bid adieu to most of our childhood favourite characters in this movie. Undoubtedly, Toy Story 4 was a massive success, collecting a total of $1,073,064,540 on a $200 million budget.