List of Digital 3D Disney Movies

Step into the enchanting world of Disney like never before! Prepare to be dazzled and captivated as we take you on a journey through the magical realm of Digital 3D Disney Movies. From beloved classics to modern blockbusters, these films have been reimagined in stunning three-dimensional glory, bringing your favorite characters and stories to life like never before.

Complete list of Digital 3D Disney Movies in order by year

Disney has been enchanting audiences for decades with their magical animated films. And in recent years, they’ve taken the movie-watching experience to a whole new dimension – literally! With the advent of digital 3D technology, Disney has brought their beloved characters and stories to life in a way that’s truly immersive.

If you’re a fan of both Disney movies and cutting-edge technology, then you’re in luck! Here is a complete list of Digital 3D Disney Movies, arranged chronologically by year:

61. Jungle Cruise (2021)

Dr. Lily Houghton enlists the aid of wisecracking skipper Frank Wolff to take her down the Amazon in his dilapidated boat. Together, they search for an ancient tree that holds the power to heal – a discovery that will change the future of medicine.

Director: Jaume Collet-Serra
Revenue: $220,889,446

60. Raya and the Last Dragon (2021)

Long ago, in the fantasy world of Kumandra, humans and dragons lived together in harmony. But when an evil force threatened the land, the dragons sacrificed themselves to save humanity. Now, 500 years later, that same evil has returned and it’s up to a lone warrior, Raya, to track down the legendary last dragon to restore the fractured land and its divided people.

Director: Don Hall, Carlos López Estrada
Revenue: $130,000,000

59. Luca (2021)

Luca and his best friend Alberto experience an unforgettable summer on the Italian Riviera. But all the fun is threatened by a deeply-held secret: they are sea monsters from another world just below the water’s surface.

Director: Enrico Casarosa
Revenue: $49,010,641

58. Onward (2020)

In a suburban fantasy world, two teenage elf brothers embark on an extraordinary quest to discover if there is still a little magic left out there.

Director: Dan Scanlon
Revenue: $141,592,359

57. Mulan (2020)

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Walt Disney Pictures will release Mulan, a fantasy action drama, in the United States in 2020.

Directed By: Niki Caro
Starring: Yifei Liu, Donnie Yen, Tzi Ma, Jason Scott Lee, Yoson An, Ron Yuan, Gong Li, and Jet Li
Revenue: $70 million


A courageous young woman assumes the identity of a male soldier in order to protect her sick father from being drafted into the Imperial Army and sent to fight the Northern invaders in China.

56. Soul (2020)

Joe Gardner is a middle school teacher with a love for jazz music. After a successful audition at the Half Note Club, he suddenly gets into an accident that separates his soul from his body and is transported to the You Seminar, a center in which souls develop and gain passions before being transported to a newborn child. Joe must enlist help from the other souls-in-training, like 22, a soul who has spent eons in the You Seminar, in order to get back to Earth.

Director: Pete Docter
Revenue: $136,384,442

55. Frozen II (2019)

In 2019, Walt Disney Animation Studios and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures released Frozen 2, an American computer-animated musical fantasy film. This is Disney’s 58th animated feature film and the sequel to Frozen (2013).

It was the third-highest-grossing film of 2019, the tenth-highest-grossing film of all time, and the second-highest-grossing animated film of all time (after Lion King 2019).

Directed By: Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee

Starring: Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, and Jonathan Groff

Revenue: $1.453 billion


Elsa, the Snow Queen, with a remarkable talent: the ability to produce icy precipitation. Elsa is relieved to be back with her people in Arendelle, but she still feels uneasy. Elsa leaves her kingdom after hearing a mysterious voice cry out to her, venturing into the magical forests and dark waters in search of answers.

54. Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (2019)

Maleficent and her goddaughter Aurora begin to question the complex family ties that bind them as they are pulled in different directions by impending nuptials, unexpected allies, and dark new forces at play.

Director: Joachim Rønning
Revenue: $491,570,967

53. The Lion King (2019)

Simba idolizes his father, King Mufasa, and takes to heart his own royal destiny. But not everyone in the kingdom celebrates the new cub’s arrival. Scar, Mufasa’s brother—and former heir to the throne—has plans of his own. The battle for Pride Rock is ravaged with betrayal, tragedy and drama, ultimately resulting in Simba’s exile. With help from a curious pair of newfound friends, Simba will have to figure out how to grow up and take back what is rightfully his.

Director: Jon Favreau
Revenue: $1,667,635,327

52. Toy Story 4 (2019)

In 2019, Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures released Toy Story 4, an American computer-animated comedy-drama film.

It’s the sequel to Toy Story 3 from 2010, making it the fourth film in the Toy Story franchise by Pixar.

Directed By: Josh Cooley

Starring: Tim Allen, Tom Hanks, Annie Potts, Tony Hale

Revenue: $1.073 million


Bonnie and her new toy, Forky, join Woody, Buzz, and the group on their road trip.

Woody’s minor detour brings him face to face with his long-lost pal Bo Peep, turning the exciting voyage into a joyful reunion.

As Woody and Bo reminisce about their toy days, they begin to see that their respective priorities as toys are vastly different from one another.

The domestic and international earnings for Toy Story 4 were $434 million and $639.4 million, respectively. The picture ranked #8 for the year in terms of box office earnings.

51. Aladdin (2019)

The 2019 live-action adaptation of Disney’s 1992 animated film Aladdin, which was in turn inspired by Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp, a French addition to the Middle Eastern folk tale One Thousand and One Nights, is titled simply Aladdin.

Directed By: Guy Ritchie

Starring: Will Smith, Mena Massoud, Naomi Scott, Marwan Kenzari, Navid Negahban, Nasim Pedrad, and Billy Magnussen

Revenue: $1.054 billion


The gorgeous daughter of the sultan of Agrabah, Princess Jasmine, is introduced to the charming street urchin Aladdin. The strong, wisecracking, larger-than-life genie is released when Aladdin discovers a magic oil lamp in her exotic home. With their newfound friendship, Aladdin and the genie must undertake a perilous quest to prevent the wicked sorcerer Jafar from overthrowing young Jasmine’s kingdom.

50. Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018)

Video game bad guy Ralph and fellow misfit Vanellope von Schweetz must risk it all by traveling to the World Wide Web in search of a replacement part to save Vanellope’s video game, Sugar Rush. In way over their heads, Ralph and Vanellope rely on the citizens of the internet — the netizens — to help navigate their way, including an entrepreneur named Yesss, who is the head algorithm and the heart and soul of trend-making site BuzzzTube.

Director: Rich Moore, Phil Johnston
Revenue: $529,221,154

49. Incredibles 2 (2018)

In 2018, Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures published Incredibles 2, an American computer-animated superhero film.

It’s the second feature-length film in the Incredibles franchise, and it’s written and directed by Brad Bird.

Furthermore, at 1 hour, 57 minutes, 47 seconds, Incredibles 2 is the longest running film ever.

Directed By: Brad Bird

Starring: Holly Hunter, Craig T. Nelson, Sarah Vowell, Huck Milner

Revenue: $1.243 billion

The Incredibles 2 is the highest-grossing film from Pixar and the fifteenth-highest-grossing film of all time. The domestic and international grosses for Incredibles 2 were $608.6 million and $634.2 million, respectively.


As the Incredibles strive to balance work and family life, they also face up against a new villain intent on turning the public against superheroes.

48. A Wrinkle in Time (2018)

After the disappearance of her scientist father, three peculiar beings send Meg, her brother, and her friend to space in order to find him.

Director: Ava DuVernay
Revenue: $132,675,864

47. Coco (2017)

Despite his family’s baffling generations-old ban on music, Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz. Desperate to prove his talent, Miguel finds himself in the stunning and colorful Land of the Dead following a mysterious chain of events. Along the way, he meets charming trickster Hector, and together, they set off on an extraordinary journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel’s family history.

Director: Lee Unkrich
Revenue: $800,526,015

46. Cars 3 (2017)

In 2017, Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures released Cars 3, an American computer-animated sports comedy-adventure film.

The third film in the Cars franchise and the sequel to 2011’s Cars 2.

Before its June 16 theatrical release in the United States, Cars 3 was previewed for the NASCAR industry on May 23 in Kannapolis, North Carolina.

Directed By: Brian Fee

Starring: Cristela Alonzo, Owen Wilson, Armie Hammer, Chris Cooper

Revenue: $383 million


To prevent Jackson Storm (Hammer) from winning the Florida 500, Lightning McQueen (Wilson) teams up with rookie mechanic Cruz Ramirez (Alonzo) to prove to a new generation of race vehicles that he is still at the top of his game.

Worldwide, it earned $383 million against a budget of $175 million, making it the lowest-grossing picture in the franchise.

45. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017)

Thrust into an all-new adventure, a down-on-his-luck Capt. Jack Sparrow feels the winds of ill-fortune blowing even more strongly when deadly ghost sailors led by his old nemesis, the evil Capt. Salazar, escape from the Devil’s Triangle. Jack’s only hope of survival lies in seeking out the legendary Trident of Poseidon, but to find it, he must forge an uneasy alliance with a brilliant and beautiful astronomer and a headstrong young man in the British navy.

Director: Joachim Rønning, Espen Sandberg
Revenue: $794,861,794

44. Beauty and the Beast (2017)

The 2017 American musical romantic fantasy film Beauty and the Beast was co-produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Mandeville Films. It is a live-action adaptation of Disney’s 1991 animated film of the same name, which in turn was based on Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont’s 1756 fairy tale version.

Directed By: Bill Condon

Starring: Emma Watson and Dan Stevens, Luke Evans, Kevin Kline, Josh Gad, Ewan McGregor, Stanley Tucci, Audra McDonald, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Ian McKellen, and Emma Thompson

Revenue: $1.266 billion


In order to teach the proud young prince the importance of love and acceptance, an enchantress transforms him into a terrible Beast and takes him and his castle staff under her spell.

43. Moana (2016)

Walt Disney Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures released the American computer-animated musical fantasy action-adventure film Moana (also known as Vaiana or Oceania in various markets) in 2016.

Directed By: John Musker, Ron Clements

Starring: Auliʻi Cravalho, Dwayne Johnson, Rachel House, Temuera Morrison, Jemaine Clement, Nicole Scherzinger, and Alan Tudyk

Revenue: $682.6 million


To save her people, a courageous young woman sets off on a perilous quest. Moana meets the once-powerful demigod Maui on her travels, and he helps her in her quest to become an expert navigator. Along the way, they face monstrous monsters and seemingly insurmountable challenges as they sail across the wide ocean. On her journey, Moana not only finds the answers she’s been looking for about herself, but also completes the ancient quest of her ancestors.

42. Pete’s Dragon (2016)

For years, old wood carver Mr. Meacham has delighted local children with his tales of the fierce dragon that resides deep in the woods of the Pacific Northwest. To his daughter, Grace, who works as a forest ranger, these stories are little more than tall tales… until she meets Pete, a mysterious 10-year-old with no family and no home who claims to live in the woods with a giant, green dragon named Elliott. And from Pete’s descriptions, Elliott seems remarkably similar to the dragon from Mr. Meacham’s stories. With the help of Natalie, an 11-year-old girl whose father Jack owns the local lumber mill, Grace sets out to determine where Pete came from, where he belongs, and the truth about this dragon.

Director: David Lowery
Revenue: $143,695,338

41. The BFG (2016)

The BFG is no ordinary bone-crunching giant. He is far too nice and jumbly. It’s lucky for Sophie that he is. Had she been carried off in the middle of the night by the Bloodbottler, or any of the other giants—rather than the BFG—she would have soon become breakfast. When Sophie hears that the giants are flush-bunking off to England to swollomp a few nice little chiddlers, she decides she must stop them once and for all. And the BFG is going to help her!

Director: Steven Spielberg
Revenue: $195,243,411

40. Finding Dory (2016)

The 2016 American CGI comedy-drama-adventure film Finding Dory was created by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures.

Directed By: Andrew Stanton

Starring: Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neill, Kaitlin Olson

Revenue: $1.029 billion


Dory (DeGeneres) is the protagonist of the film, and she embarks on a quest to find her long-lost parents (Keaton and Levy).

The domestic and international grosses for Finding Dory were $486.3 million and $542.3 million, respectively. In terms of worldwide box office, it was 2016’s third highest earner and the fourth highest earner among animated features.

39. Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016)

In the sequel to Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland”, Alice Kingsleigh returns to Underland and faces a new adventure in saving the Mad Hatter.

Director: James Bobin
Revenue: $299,370,084

38. The Jungle Book (2016)

A man-cub named Mowgli fostered by wolves. After a threat from the tiger Shere Khan, Mowgli is forced to flee the jungle, by which he embarks on a journey of self discovery with the help of the panther, Bagheera and the free-spirited bear, Baloo.

Director: Jon Favreau
Revenue: $966,550,600

37. Zootopia (2016)

Determined to prove herself, Officer Judy Hopps, the first bunny on Zootopia’s police force, jumps at the chance to crack her first case – even if it means partnering with scam-artist fox Nick Wilde to solve the mystery.

Director: Byron Howard, Rich Moore, Jared Bush
Revenue: $1,023,784,195

36. The Finest Hours (2016)

The Coast Guard makes a daring rescue attempt off the coast of Cape Cod after a pair of oil tankers are destroyed during a blizzard in 1952.

Director: Craig Gillespie
Revenue: $52,099,090

35. The Good Dinosaur (2015)

In 2015, Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures collaborated to create The Good Dinosaur, an American computer-animated adventure film.

Directed By: Peter Sohn

Starring: Maleah Nipay-Padilla, Jeffrey Wright, Frances McDormand, Ryan Teeple

Revenue: $332.2 million


Lucky for Arlo and his family (Jeffrey Wright, Frances McDormand, and their two kids), the dinosaurs survived the mass extinction that occurred 65 million years ago. Arlo (Raymond Ochoa) is injured and bruised as a rainstorm washes him downriver. The timid dinosaur’s luck changes when he befriends Spot (Jack Bright), a young Neanderthal who offers assistance and friendship. The unusual team sets out on a journey to bring Arlo back to his loved ones.

It was Pixar’s first box office flop, making only $332.2 million on an estimated $175-200 million budget.

34. Inside Out (2015)

The American computer-animated film Inside Out (2015) was directed by Pete Docter and written by him, Meg LeFauve, and Josh Cooley.

Directed By: Pete Docter

Starring: Phyllis Smith, Amy Poehler, Richard Kind, Bill Hader

Revenue: $858.8 million


The life of Riley (Kaitlyn Dias), an 11-year-old girl from the Midwest who loves hockey, is turned upside down when she and her parents relocate to San Francisco.

Riley’s feelings, lead by Joy (Amy Poehler), attempt to help her cope with this challenging, life-altering experience. But the strain of the relocation brings out Sadness (Phyllis Smith).

After Riley’s unfortunate loss of Joy and Sadness, just Anger, Fear, and Disgust remain in the Headquarters.

Totaling $858.8 million globally, Inside Out made $359.1 million in North America (including both Canada and the United States) and $501.9 million elsewhere. The picture ranked #7 on the 2015 box office.

33. Big Hero 6 (2014)

A special bond develops between plus-sized inflatable robot Baymax, and prodigy Hiro Hamada, who team up with a group of friends to form a band of high-tech heroes.

Director: Chris Williams, Don Hall
Revenue: $657,827,828

32. Planes: Fire & Rescue (2014)

When world-famous air racer Dusty learns that his engine is damaged and he may never race again, he must shift gears and is launched into the world of aerial firefighting. Dusty joins forces with veteran fire and rescue helicopter Blade Ranger and his team, a bunch of all-terrain vehicles known as The Smokejumpers. Together, the fearless team battles a massive wildfire, and Dusty learns what it takes to become a true hero.

Director: Roberts Gannaway
Revenue: $151,165,787

31. Maleficent (2014)

A beautiful, pure-hearted young woman, Maleficent has an idyllic life growing up in a peaceable forest kingdom, until one day when an invading army threatens the harmony of the land. Maleficent rises to be the land’s fiercest protector, but she ultimately suffers a ruthless betrayal – an act that begins to turn her heart into stone. Bent on revenge, Maleficent faces an epic battle with the invading King’s successor and, as a result, places a curse upon his newborn infant Aurora. As the child grows, Maleficent realizes that Aurora holds the key to peace in the kingdom – and to Maleficent’s true happiness as well.

Director: Robert Stromberg
Revenue: $758,539,785

30. Oz: The Great and Powerful (2013)

Oscar Diggs, a small-time circus illusionist and con-artist, is whisked from Kansas to the Land of Oz where the inhabitants assume he’s the great wizard of prophecy, there to save Oz from the clutches of evil.

Director: Sam Raimi
Revenue: $491,868,548

29. Planes (2013)

Dusty is a cropdusting plane who dreams of competing in a famous aerial race. The problem? He is hopelessly afraid of heights. With the support of his mentor Skipper and a host of new friends, Dusty sets off to make his dreams come true.

Director: Klay Hall
Revenue: $219,788,712

28. Monsters University (2013)

A look at the relationship between Mike and Sulley during their days at Monsters University — when they weren’t necessarily the best of friends.

Director: Dan Scanlon
Revenue: $743,559,607

27. Frozen (2013)

In 2013, Walt Disney Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures released the American computer-animated musical fantasy film Frozen. The Snow Queen, by Hans Christian Andersen, was published in 1844, and it inspired Disney to create their 53rd animated feature film.

Directed By: Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee

Starring: Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff and Santino Fontana

Revenue: $1.285 billion


Anna (Kristen Bell) and Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) are determined to find Anna’s sister, Snow Queen Elsa (Idina Menzel), and break her ice spell after their realm is stuck in eternal winter. Anna and Kristoff face battle against mysterious trolls, a hilarious snowman (Josh Gad), hard circumstances, and magic at every turn on their epic trek to save their land from the clutches of winter.

26. Brave (2012)

Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures released Brave, a computer-animated fantasy film, in the United States in 2012.

Directed By: Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman

Starring: Kelly Macdonald, Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson, Julie Walters, Robbie Coltrane, Kevin McKidd, and Craig Ferguson

Revenue: $540.4 million


Merida (Kelly Macdonald) is a skillful archer and the independent daughter of Scottish King Fergus (Billy Connolly) and Queen Elinor (Emma Thompson). Her rejection of a long-held custom infuriates the Highland lords and causes widespread anarchy throughout the kingdom. Merida visits a strange witch (Julie Walters) who gives her a desire with disastrous consequences. Merida must now learn what it is to be courageous in order to break a curse placed upon her by a monster.

25. John Carter (2012)

John Carter is a war-weary, former military captain who’s inexplicably transported to the mysterious and exotic planet of Barsoom (Mars) and reluctantly becomes embroiled in an epic conflict. It’s a world on the brink of collapse, and Carter rediscovers his humanity when he realizes the survival of Barsoom and its people rests in his hands.

Director: Andrew Stanton
Revenue: $284,139,100

24. Monsters, Inc. (2001 re-release)

James Sullivan and Mike Wazowski are monsters, they earn their living scaring children and are the best in the business… even though they’re more afraid of the children than they are of them. When a child accidentally enters their world, James and Mike suddenly find that kids are not to be afraid of and they uncover a conspiracy that could threaten all children across the world.

Director: Pete Docter
Revenue: $579,707,738

23. Beauty and the Beast (1991 re-release)

The picture Beauty and the Beast was released by Walt Disney Pictures and Walt Disney Feature Animation in the United States in 1991. It’s based on the 1756 fairy tale of the same name by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont (who was only credited in the French dub), and it also borrows elements from the 1946 French film of the same name, directed by Jean Cocteau.

Directed By: Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise

Starring: Paige O’Hara, Robby Benson, Richard White, Jerry Orbach, David Ogden Stiers, Angela Lansbury, Rex Everhart, Jesse Corti

Revenue: $440.1 million


The plot of Beauty and the Beast revolves around the friendship between the Beast (voiced by Robby Benson) and Belle (voiced by Paige O’Hara), a young woman whom the Beast imprisons in his castle in exchange for the freedom of her father. Before the final petal falls from an enchanted rose, the Beast must learn to love Belle and win her love in return to break the curse.

22. Finding Nemo (2003 re-release)

In 2003, Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures released Finding Nemo, an American computer-animated comedy-drama adventure film.

Directed By: Andrew Stanton

Starring: Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Alexander Gould, Willem Dafoe

Revenue: $871 million


Clown fish father Marlin (Albert Brooks) is overprotective of his kid Nemo (Alexander Gould), who has a shorter dorsal fin.

Nemo’s attempt to prove himself by swimming too close to the surface results in his capture by a diver, prompting a distraught Marlin to go in search of him.

Marlin’s adventures with sharks, jellyfish, and other ocean perils are complicated by the addition of a blue reef fish named Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), who has a remarkably short memory. While this is going on, Nemo makes plans to escape the dentist’s fish tank.

It earned $871 million throughout the world by the time its initial theatrical run was up, making it the highest-grossing animated picture of all time and the second highest-grossing film of 2003.

21. Wreck-It Ralph (2012)

Wreck-It Ralph is the 9-foot-tall, 643-pound villain of an arcade video game named Fix-It Felix Jr., in which the game’s titular hero fixes buildings that Ralph destroys. Wanting to prove he can be a good guy and not just a villain, Ralph escapes his game and lands in Hero’s Duty, a first-person shooter where he helps the game’s hero battle against alien invaders. He later enters Sugar Rush, a kart racing game set on tracks made of candies, cookies and other sweets. There, Ralph meets Vanellope von Schweetz who has learned that her game is faced with a dire threat that could affect the entire arcade, and one that Ralph may have inadvertently started.

Director: Rich Moore
Revenue: $471,222,889

20. Frankenweenie (2012)

When a car hits young Victor’s pet dog Sparky, Victor decides to bring him back to life the only way he knows how. But when the bolt-necked “monster” wreaks havoc and terror in the hearts of Victor’s neighbors, he has to convince them that Sparky’s still the good, loyal friend he was.

Director: Tim Burton
Revenue: $35,287,788

19. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011)

Captain Jack Sparrow crosses paths with a woman from his past, and he’s not sure if it’s love — or if she’s a ruthless con artist who’s using him to find the fabled Fountain of Youth. When she forces him aboard the Queen Anne’s Revenge, the ship of the formidable pirate Blackbeard, Jack finds himself on an unexpected adventure in which he doesn’t know who to fear more: Blackbeard or the woman from his past.

Director: Rob Marshall
Revenue: $1,045,713,802

18. Cars 2 (2011)

In 2011, Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures released Cars 2, an American computer-animated spy comedy film.

The 12th Disney animated feature, it is the sequel to the second film in the Cars franchise, Cars (2006).

Directed By: John Lasseter

Starring: Michael Caine, Emily Mortimer, Owen Wilson, Larry the Cable Guy

Revenue: $359.8 million


While Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) and Mater (Larry the Cable Guy) have been on many adventures together, nothing has prepared them for the first-ever World Grand Prix, which takes place in a foreign country. When Mater (voice of Owen Wilson) meets British master spy Finn McMissile (Michael Caine) and gorgeous spy-in-training Holley Shiftwell (Emily Mortimer), he makes a diversion to international espionage while Lightning is focused on the path to the championship.

Rotten Tomatoes called it “visually appealing as any other Pixar production,” but concluded that “dazzle can’t disguise the rusty storytelling under the hood.” Although it received negative reviews from critics, Cars 2 was still a financial success for Pixar, becoming the studio’s highest-grossing picture to date and the tenth highest-grossing film of 2011.

17. Mars Needs Moms (2011)

When Martians suddenly abduct his mom, mischievous Milo rushes to the rescue and discovers why all moms are so special.

Director: Simon Wells
Revenue: $38,992,758

16. The Lion King (1994 re-release)

A young lion cub named Simba can’t wait to be king. But his uncle craves the title for himself and will stop at nothing to get it.

Director: Roger Allers, Rob Minkoff
Revenue: $987,483,777

15. Tangled (2010)

Tangled is an American 3D computer-animated musical adventure fantasy comedy film that was released in 2010 by Walt Disney Pictures. It was produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and features music and animation. It is the 50th animated feature film that Disney has produced, and it is loosely based on the German fairy tale Rapunzel, which can be found in the collection of folk tales published by the Brothers Grimm.

Directed By: Nathan Greno, Byron Howard

Starring: Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi, and Donna Murphy

Revenue: $592.4 million


Rapunzel (Mandy Moore), the longstanding inhabitant of the tower, takes in the king’s most wanted thief, Flynn Rider (Zachary Levi), when he takes refuge in the tower. She has been imprisoned for a long time despite the fact that her golden hair is said to have magical properties and is 70 feet in length. The headstrong kid makes a deal with Flynn, and the two of them set off on a wild journey.

14. Alice in Wonderland (2010)

Alice, now 19 years old, returns to the whimsical world she first entered as a child and embarks on a journey to discover her true destiny.

Director: Tim Burton
Revenue: $1,025,467,110

13. TRON: Legacy (2010)

Sam Flynn, the tech-savvy and daring son of Kevin Flynn, investigates his father’s disappearance and is pulled into The Grid. With the help of a mysterious program named Quorra, Sam quests to stop evil dictator Clu from crossing into the real world.

Director: Joseph Kosinski
Revenue: $400,062,763

12. Toy Story 3 (2010)

In 2010, Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures released Toy Story 3, an American computer-animated comedy-drama film.

It’s the follow-up to 1999’s Toy Story 2, making it the third film in the franchise.

Directed By: Lee Unkrich

Starring: Tim Allen, Tom Hanks, Joan Cusack, Ned Beatty

Revenue: $415 million


Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz (Tim Allen), Jessie (Joan Cusack), and the rest of Andy’s toys are on their way to the attic as Andy prepares to leave for college, but they wound up on the curb with the trash instead.

Thanks to Woody’s quick thinking, the group is saved, although eventually they are all donated to a day care. Kids being kids, they don’t play nice, so Woody and the gang plot their epic escape.

Toy Story 3 was the highest-grossing picture of 2010 and the highest-grossing animated film of all time (until it was surpassed by Frozen (2013) in 2014), grossing $415 million in the United States and Canada and $652 million in other countries for a worldwide total of $1.067 billion.

11. Up (2009)

Carl Fredricksen spent his entire life dreaming of exploring the globe and experiencing life to its fullest. But at age 78, life seems to have passed him by, until a twist of fate (and a persistent 8-year old Wilderness Explorer named Russell) gives him a new lease on life.

Director: Pete Docter
Revenue: $735,099,082

10. A Christmas Carol (2009)

Miser Ebenezer Scrooge is awakened on Christmas Eve by spirits who reveal to him his own miserable existence, what opportunities he wasted in his youth, his current cruelties, and the dire fate that awaits him if he does not change his ways. Scrooge is faced with his own story of growing bitterness and meanness, and must decide what his own future will hold: death or redemption.

Director: Robert Zemeckis
Revenue: $325,233,863

9. G-Force (2009)

A team of trained secret agent animals, guinea pigs Darwin, Juarez, Blaster, mole Speckles, and fly Mooch takes on a mission for the US government to stop evil Leonard Saber, who plans to destroy the world with household appliances. But the government shuts them down and they are sentenced to a pet shop. Can they escape to defeat the villain and save the world?

Director: Hoyt Yeatman
Revenue: $292,817,841

8. Toy Story 2 (1999 re-release)

Toy Story 2 is a computer-animated American film released in 1999 by Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios.

Directed By: Ash Brannon, Lee Unkrich, John Lasseter,

Starring: Tom Hanks, Joan Cusack, Tim Allen, Kelsey Grammer


Tom Hanks’ Woody gets kidnapped by Wayne Knight’s toy salesman Al McWhiggin, and it’s up to Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) and the rest of the group to get him back.

After learning that he is a valuable collectible from the classic TV show “Woody’s Roundup” and being reunited with his horse Bullseye, Jessie the yodeling cowgirl (Joan Cusack), and his faithful sidekick, Stinky Pete the Prospector (Kelsey Grammer), Woody is reluctant to leave.

Revenue: $511 million

Toy Story 2 was released on November 24, 1999, to massive success at the box office, making over $511 million despite problems throughout development.

7. Toy Story  (1995 re-release)

Toy Story is a 1995 American computer-animated comedy film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. It was directed by John Lasseter (in his feature directorial debut). Toy Story was the debut feature film by Pixar and the first of its kind to be totally computer-animated.

In addition, at 1 hour, 21 minutes and 6 seconds, Toy Story (1995) is the shortest running film ever.

Directed By: John Lasseter

Starring: Tim Allen, Tom Hanks, Don Rickles, Jim Varney

Revenue: $373 million

It broke box office records its opening weekend and went on to become 1995’s second highest-grossing film, with a global total of over $373 million.


Andy (John Morris), a small kid, has a lovable cowboy doll named Woody (Tom Hanks), but when Andy’s parents buy him an action figure named Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen), Woody’s status as Andy’s favorite toy is threatened. Worse, conceited Buzz imagines himself to be a genuine spaceman on a quest to re-establish contact with Earth.

When Andy’s family moves, Woody and Buzz must escape the hands of Sid Phillips (Erik von Detten), a disturbed neighbor, in order to find their way back to Andy at his new home.

6. Jonas Brothers: The Concert Experience (2009)

Grab a backstage pass to the Jonas Brothers’ motion picture debut! Kevin, Joe and Nick are “Burning Up” the stage and inviting you inside their personal world for the adventure of a lifetime. This colossal movie event launches the world’s hottest band straight into your living room – and includes guest appearances by chart-topping artists Demi Lovato and Taylor Swift! Secure your VIP pass to a once-in-a-lifetime experience with the Jonas Brothers. Get ready to hang out with this multitalented trio, and take an intimate look at what their lives are like offstage and behind the scenes. It’s the music-filled movie event perfect for the whole family!

Director: Bruce Hendricks

5. Bolt (2008)

Bolt is the star of the biggest show in Hollywood. The only problem is, he thinks it’s real. After he’s accidentally shipped to New York City and separated from Penny, his beloved co-star and owner, Bolt must harness all his “super powers” to find a way home.

Director: Chris Williams, Byron Howard
Revenue: $309,979,994

4. Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert (2008)

In this concert film, ‘Hannah Montana’ star Miley Cyrus performs a slew of hit songs, including ‘Just Like You’ and ‘Life’s What You Make It.

Director: Bruce Hendricks
Revenue: $70,642,966

3. Meet the Robinsons (2007)

In this animated adventure, brilliant preteen inventor Lewis creates a memory scanner to retrieve his earliest recollections and find out why his mother gave him up for adoption. But when the villainous Bowler Hat Guy steals the machine, Lewis is ready to give up on his quest until the mysterious Wilbur Robinson shows up on the scene, whisking Lewis to the future to find the scanner and his mom.

Director: Stephen J. Anderson
Revenue: $169,332,978

2. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993 re-release)

Tired of scaring humans every October 31 with the same old bag of tricks, Jack Skellington, the spindly king of Halloween Town, kidnaps Santa Claus and plans to deliver shrunken heads and other ghoulish gifts to children on Christmas morning. But as Christmas approaches, Jack’s rag-doll girlfriend, Sally, tries to foil his misguided plans.

Director: Henry Selick
Revenue: $75,634,409

1. Chicken Little (2005)

When the sky really is falling and sanity has flown the coop, who will rise to save the day? Together with his hysterical band of misfit friends, Chicken Little must hatch a plan to save the planet from alien invasion and prove that the world’s biggest hero is a little chicken.

Director: Mark Dindal
Revenue: $314,432,665