Thursday, July 15, 2004

Disney Woes

So Disney has yet to release a film in 2004 that has hit the $100 million mark. These include "The Alamo," "Home on the Range," and "Hidalgo." And with a first weekend take of only $15.2 million, it doesn't look like "King Arthur" will make it either.

Meanwhile, a film Disney declined to distribute has made $85,071,000 as of July 14, 2004, in the US alone. Its made another $6.6 million overseas. It may come closest to the $100 million mark of any film released by Disney in the first 7 months of 2004.

(In all fairness, the second half of the year will probably be good for Disney with "The Village," "The Princess Diaries 2" and "The Incredibles," the latter a Pixar film. And of course we know where the Disney-Pixar relationship is headed.)


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