These are the most popular Disney films in Asia. Do you agree with the result?
People are increasing their viewing by resorting to Netflix and Disney Plus as a nice break from the confinement.
Disney Plus debuted at the ideal time, attracting the attention of many parents who were stranded at home with their children and seeking for methods to keep them entertained. According to CNBC, the streaming giant hopes to have 260 million users by the end of 2024, more than triple the projections they made when they initially debuted.
That's a large number of individuals seeing a large number of films. Parkdean Resorts wanted to hear what everyone's favorite movies were. To get the solution, they used Google data and mapped the results by country. Is there a favorite of yours on the list?
Frozen has officially been named the world's favorite Disney film, with roughly 2 million annual searches. When it comes to hardcore fans, the movie series, which debuted in 2013, is already a masterpiece. Frozen was a big hit at the movie office, generating £960 million. Frozen 2 has been named the highest-earning animated picture of all time, grossing £1 billion at the box office.
When it comes to which nations have the most Frozen fans, the United States leads the pack with 1.3 million searches!
The sci-fi fantasy Avatar comes in second, with 1.8 million searches each year worldwide. Avatar (2009) is still the second-highest-grossing film of all time, with Avengers Endgame only 10 years later in 2019 taking it off the top spot.
According to the data, Canada is the country that searches the most for Avatar, with 665 thousand searches every year. Following that are the United States and the United Kingdom, which are practically neck and neck in terms of search volume.
What is the situation in Asia?
Asia enjoys singing along just as much as the rest of us, and their favorite film is Frozen. In China, Avatar is the most popular film, whereas Aladdin is the most popular in India.