Both Disney’s recent live-action adaptation of their 1992 animated classic “Aladdin,” and Sony Pictures’ “Spider-Man: Far From Home” have crossed the $1 billion worldwide box office mark. They mark the 40th and 41st overall titles do so, and the third and fourth this year after “Captain Marvel” and “Avengers: Endgame”.
“Aladdin” is also the fifth Disney-branded live-action release to cross the mark following the live-action “Beauty and the Beast” and “Alice in Wonderland” films and the second and fourth “Pirates of the Caribbean” films. “Aladdin,” which opened with $117 million over the Memorial Day holiday, has taken in $343.1 million domestically and $656.2 million internationally.
Just before Friday, “Spider-Man: Far From Home” racked up $333 million domestically and a further $672 million overseas and is the first Spidey film to have ever reached this milestone and the first non-Disney film since Warners’ “Aquaman”. ‘Far From Home’ is now Sony’s second-highest worldwide grossing title of all time behind only “Skyfall”.
Source: Box-Office Mojo