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Why Audiences Are Only Going to Disney Movies

Julie Bikhman of Manhattan might buy the tickets, but when it comes to deciding what movie to see, her three young children are the ones calling the shots.

“We pick them,” her 11-year-old daughter Annie declares before heading into a screening of Disney’s live-action “The Lion King.”

“If it’s a Marvel movie, we know it’s going to be epic,” Annie’s twin sister Nina adds. “We know it will have a good story line and lots of action and adventure. Also, the villains are sick and there are a lot of plot twists.”

Annie and Nina weren’t born when audiences were first introduced to Disney’s “The Lion King” in 1994, but the two cajoled their mom and 14-year-old brother Nathaniel to AMC Lincoln Square on Wednesday to be among the first to see Simba’s grand return to the big screen. They loved the original cartoon and just couldn’t wait to see a dazzling, photo-realistic update of the classic Disney tale.

The sisters aren’t alone in their enthusiasm for the Disney empire. At a time when studios and movie theater owners are struggling to fill multiplexes, there’s at least one studio incentivizing audiences to get off their couches and head into theaters. Collectively, 3.5 out of every 10 tickets sold this year was for a Disney movie, and that number will climb even higher after “The Lion King” debuts this weekend. In the first

Article source: https://variety.com/2019/film/box-office/disney-box-office-the-lion-king-avengers-endgame-1203271801/

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