Posted October 25, 2018 12:36:17 Disney and Marvel movies have been going strong for more than a decade now, but their success has seen them make more than 10 billion dollars worldwide.
That’s not a lot of money, but it’s the highest grossing franchise in the Disney movies catalog.
It also is one of the few Disney movies that doesn’t feature any major Marvel characters.
That means that even if Disney decides to get back into the business of producing movies, they’re likely to focus on the Marvel movies, which will likely have more time to breathe than the Pixar movies.
“They have to be the Disney movie studios in order to be successful,” said Michael Green, a senior vice president at Insights Global, a marketing consulting firm.
“We believe that they will continue to focus more on the franchises that are generating the most revenue.”
The two franchises that will likely be on the backburner for a time are The Avengers and Captain America: Civil War.
But Disney has some other reasons to keep producing movies that might give them some hope of continuing to be a profitable franchise.
They have the Marvel characters to draw in younger audiences.
They’ve got a solid fan base, with a strong fandom base and a big fan base.
And they’ve been able to build up their creative teams, with the exception of Iron Man 3, who is being produced by Disney’s Industrial Light and Magic.
“It’s going to be harder to make a movie like The Avengers,” Green said.
“That’s what we talked about with the studios.”
For now, though, the big question is whether Disney and Disney Studios will be able to keep making movies for a decade after Avengers: Infinity War.
If the Marvel movie studios can make it, that could be enough time for a second Avengers movie to get made.
The big question: Will the Disney studios have enough money to make more films?
Insights predicts that the studios could easily afford to make at least two more Avengers movies, though Insights doesn’t expect that to happen for at least the next few years.
“There’s going, in my opinion, a big gap between how much money Disney is making and how much the studios have to spend on a second film,” Green added.
“A lot of people are asking, ‘If Disney can make two Avengers movies in 10 years, why don’t they just make three Avengers movies?'”
The biggest question, then, is whether the studios can sustain that kind of profitability over the long haul.
That question is why Disney and the Marvel studios are in the business in the first place.
They need to make movies for the sake of making movies.