The animated comedy-adventure film “Strange World” by Walt Disney Animation Studios has cost the corporation around $200M, making it “the worst box office flop of 2022,” according to Deadline.
After a mediocre launch week, “Strange World” made its theatrical release on Thanksgiving and was swiftly moved to Disney+ before Christmas, less than a month later.
Early in November, Disney’s Hollywood Studios hosted the first screening of the movie.
Recent statistics demonstrate how poorly the movie did after its whole theatrical release.
Deadline claims that Walt Disney Animation Studios spent over $317 million on the movie but only made back $120 million.
It only made $35M from its run in theaters around the world, which is a lot less than what was spent merely on marketing the movie.
Jake Gyllenhaal, Dennis Quaid, and Jaboukie Young-White are among the illustrious cast members playing the adventure, multi-generational Clade family of explorers.
Additionally providing voices for the animated Walt Disney Animation Studios movie are Gabrielle Union and Lucy Liu.
The comedy-adventure touches with father-son relationships as well as the significance of protecting the environment. The first openly gay main character in a Disney animated film debuts in “Strange World”.
World-famous explorers The Clade Family set off on an exhilarating journey into a shadowy, perilous country filled with fascinating animals.
The family must put aside their differences and cooperate to fulfill their most crucial task yet as they venture deeper into the unknown.
They are joined on their journey by a naughty blue blob, a three-legged dog, and other oddball creatures.
However, they must take cautious not to allow their differences endanger their objective and their lives as they move across the dangerous terrain.