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Disney has officially smashed the all-time box office record for any movie studio in a single year, having hauled in $11.1 billion – just over £9 billion.
There have been some massive movies in 2019, with some of them ripe for controversy and others simply raking in box office dollars to an unprecedented extent. Elsewhere, master filmmakers have taken on bold, distinct properties and we had one of the most divisive and unusual awards seasons in living memory.But which films have really struck a chord with people? We’ve crunched the numbers and created a list of the most searched for movies on Yahoo in 2019.Based on millions of searches, here are the films people were looking for this year.Read more:Biggest box office hits and misses of 2019Most incredible actor transformations of 2019Notable Hollywood deaths of 2019
Disney have been roundly attacked online have it was announced they're developing an Aladdin spin-off for a minor white character.
The pair starred together in the billion-dollar Disney remake, Smith playing the movie's genie and Massoud as the rough diamond in the lead.
Mena Massoud, the star of Disney's Aladdin live-action remake, has said that he's not had 'a single audition' since making the movie.
The producer discusses the success of Aladdin and the future of the live-action franchise.
Plus, watch an exclusive deleted scene, which illustrates what the movie looked like before the VFX team worked their magic.
This is the first time in Hollywood history a single studio has released more than four billion dollar movies in one calendar year.
While complaints about remakes and reboots are delivered with dizzying frequency on comments threads and social media, it appears we're still going to see them nonetheless.
After the backlashes and the middling reviews, Aladdin has turned out to be the biggest movie Will Smith has ever been in.
'Aladdin' star Mena Massoud blames unfinished VFX for the unfair reaction to Will Smith's Genie.
The Disney legend behind the scores for Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast has said that the studio would draw the line at remaking Pocahontas.
Naomi Scott spoke to Yahoo about how Princess Jasmine’s plot, and both the character’s ending and the finale of the film, differs from the original Disney animated film.
From the moment the blue Will Smith appeared in the first look at Guy Ritchie's live-action remake of Disney's Aladdin, fans have been dubious.
The Men in Black star, who takes on the role in the live action version of the film, spoke at its premiere in London.
When director Guy Ritchie revealed Will Smith's blue genie from the live-action remake of Aladdin, it was ripe meme fodder.