Cartoons and the ‘big story’ of 2016

Cartoons can be a big story.

And when they do, they often become part of the “big story.”

Here are the most important ones this year.1.

How did Disney’s ‘Aladdin’ hit #1?

The film’s sequel hit #2 on Friday, a huge jump from its predecessor’s No. 2 debut on the chart.

The sequel has taken in more than $200 million in its first five days, making it the best-performing film in the Disney animated film business since Frozen in 2015.

The film earned $9.2 million on Friday for a total of $132.4 million, which is the second-biggest Friday-to-Friday opening for a Disney animated movie.

That is not only the biggest opening for an animated film, it is also the biggest Friday-weekend opening in Disney history.2.

Who’s the best comic-book character of the year?

While Disney’s animated films often have big names in the comics, none have come close to the creative work of Marvel Comics’ Spider-Man.

The character earned $18.5 million on Thursday for a first-week total of about $145 million.

Spider-man is also Disney’s second-highest grossing comic book character, behind the Hulk.3.

Will the first Disney-Marvel film earn $3.4 billion?

That would be a record for the franchise.

The first Disney/Marvel film, The Avengers, earned $2.4 trillion dollars.

So this year will be even bigger for Marvel.

The studio has now hit $4 billion in box office gross for its films, which would make it the third-bigger-grossing film of all time, behind only Avatar and Jurassic World.4.

What’s the most expensive film of 2016?

Disney and Marvel’s The Avengers cost $1.2 billion to make, and it has cost the studio $1 billion more than Avatar.

But it’s not a fluke: The Avengers earned $1,025.4M in box-office gross.

That’s the fifth-highest total for an Avatar-like film ever, behind Avatar: The Last Airbender ($1.28B), Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($1B) and Furious 7 ($1M).5.

Who has the best Christmas gift in the world?

It is hard to top the Christmas gift, of course, but this year’s film is a real contender.

The Avengers is the first movie to ever earn the #1 spot in a Disney-owned film franchise.

Disney/ Marvel’s first film, Captain America: Civil War, earned an A- CinemaScore for its Christmas special.6.

How many superheroes did Marvel and Disney produce this year?

The first film in Disney/Star Wars canon, Avengers: Age of Ultron, earned the franchise’s first $1B opening weekend and is the biggest superhero film to ever gross over $100M.

Marvel’s next film, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.

2, earned a B- CinemaScope rating.7.

How does the Avengers stack up against its big brother?

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is huge.

Guardians of Earth 2 is the third largest MCU film in history.

And Avengers: Infinity War is the most expansive MCU Marvel Studios film to date.8.

What was the best movie this year for young kids?

Disney/ Marvel is currently the top movie for kids between ages 6-11, with Avengers: Ultron earning the No. 1 spot.

The film earned an average of $9 per 1,000-plus-spot adults 18-49 and $14 per 1.5-spot kids 18-34, according to ComScore.9.

What is the Disney-Disney Studios partnership with the Disney/ABC family?

The Disney/Disney Studios partnerships have always been a big deal.

The Disney/ ABC family includes ABC, Disney, Pixar, Marvel Studios, Pixar Animation Studios, Walt Disney Animation Studios and Marvel Television.

The partnership has included live-action shows, animated shows, and movies that were originally developed for ABC, ABC Studios, Disney XD and Disney Junior.