Disney is, once again, dominating the box office this year.
It has accounted for over 40% of the domestic market share in 2019. It broke its own global box-office record for a year in July with over $7 billion. And it still has "Frozen 2" and "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" on the way.
With the box office firmly in its grasp, Disney is eyeing a new challenge. On Tuesday, it will enter the streaming realm with its own competitor, Disney Plus.
Ahead of the service's launch, we looked at the highest-grossing Disney movies of all time, many of which will be included on Disney Plus. The list is ranked by unadjusted worldwide box office, so it's very in favor of more recently released movies.