When you look at the numbers, you can see that “Frozen” is the biggest hit of the holiday season.
But there’s one question that’s often left unanswered: “How much did Frozen cost?”
A big part of Disney’s Christmas success was its massive budget for its movies.
Disney, which is worth $6.9 billion, spent over $1.4 billion on its films during its fiscal year, which ends on December 31.
The Frozen films grossed over $4 billion worldwide, according to the studio, which said in December it was expecting to hit $6 billion in worldwide box office revenue for its holiday season, including its blockbuster Frozen Day.
Disney, in addition to “Frosty and the Snowman,” also produced the hit TV show “Faking It,” which drew millions of viewers.
In December, Disney announced a major expansion of the “Festival of the Magical Elves” in Los Angeles, with over 200 new attractions and over 2,000 rides.
The Walt Disney Co. also produced “The Jungle Book,” which grossed $2.3 billion, with the films topping the box office charts in its opening weekend.
Disney also has made a lot of money from “The Princess and the Frog” films, including the “Beauty and The Beast” series, which sold more than $100 million in box office receipts.
But when it comes to the “The Little Mermaid” films alone, Disney’s movie revenue fell $600 million.
It’s not clear if the film business has been hit by the recent recession, and there are no plans to bring back “The Lion King,” which is scheduled to come out in 2018.
Disney has also been able to get out of some of its more expensive movies, including “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “Captain America: Civil War,” and “Rogue One.”
But the studio still makes $8 billion annually from “Beautiful,” “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” and the upcoming “Star Wars: Episode VII.”
“The Little Shop of Horrors,” “Wreck-It Ralph,” and more are on the way, but those films are unlikely to change the company’s fortunes.