The milestone for Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures — hit yesterday — marks the fastest time the studio has reached $2 billion in overseas grosses and the fourth year in a row. Disney is on track to have its biggest year internationally; still to come in 2013 is the remainder of the territory rollout for Disney’s Planes as well as Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World (it begins releasing overseas November 8 ) and Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Frozen (international release starts November 20). This year’s releases of course include Oz The Great And Powerful, Iron Man 3, Monsters University and The Lone Ranger, the latter of which has made $130.1M of its disappointing $217.8M global cume overseas.
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