How Disney and Pixar created a world that is now home to a billion people

When Disney bought Pixar for $2 billion in 2012, it left behind the studio’s famous animated feature films and a legacy of blockbuster hits.

But it also left behind a vast library of movies and TV shows that would later become an industry standard.

The company released more than 10 million of its films in 2015 alone, according to Disney’s own estimates.

And the company still has plenty of stuff coming out.

A year ago, Disney released Frozen, the first film in the animated feature film canon.

Disney and the studio are working on new films based on their biggest hits, including Frozen Fever, The Jungle Book, and The Jungle Queen.

There’s even an animated spinoff, a new animated film based on Frozen that’s due out in 2021.

Disney has a reputation for making a splash, even if it isn’t always a great thing.

But in the last few years, its animated movies have become a key source of revenue for the company.

That’s because Pixar’s films have become the company’s biggest source of earnings, according a study by PricewaterhouseCoopers.

In 2017, Disney earned about $4.4 billion in revenue from animated films.

That included about $3.2 billion from the Frozen films alone.

That includes revenue from the film’s original theatrical run and other merchandising.

That makes Disney the fourth-largest film company in the world, according, according the study.

And it’s one of the most valuable companies in the entertainment industry.

“Pixar is one of our biggest assets,” said David Gewirtz, an analyst at Pricewaternswich.

“It’s not just that it’s the world’s largest film company, it’s also the world leader in animated films.”

And the Pixar movies have had an enormous impact on Disney’s fortunes.

In 2016, Pixar earned more than $1.3 billion in worldwide box office receipts, which are the equivalent of the total annual sales of Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Spotify, and Pandora combined.

That same year, Disney’s animated films earned more money than Disney’s TV shows, movies, and music videos combined.

In 2018, Disney made $1 billion in profits, more than double the $972 million in profit Disney earned in 2017.

Disney’s movies have also been a boon for Pixar and Disney CEO Bob Iger.

They’ve helped boost sales of Pixar’s original animated movies and the company has a strong record of generating more than 1 billion dollars in annual profit.

In the 2016-2017 financial year, the company earned about half of its revenue from its movies and television shows, according Pricewatery, which also found that Disney made more than one billion dollars from Disney films.

In 2021, the year Disney is expected to release Frozen, Disney will earn about $2.6 billion in annual revenue from Pixar movies, according data from the company compiled by FactSet.

Disney is one step closer to its goal of becoming the biggest entertainment company in history.

The next big step?

Buying Pixar’s entire library.

The Disney Pixar library is huge.

According to Pricewaterny, the Disney Pixar movies include more than 4,000 movies and shows from the studio.

Of those movies, about 1,400 are Pixar originals, according.

And according to Pricewy, there are more than 8,000 Disney animated films and TV show titles that the company will release in 2021, according Business Insider.

The library will also include more Pixar movies and original television shows.

In 2019, Disney plans to release more than 200 Disney animated movies, including two movies based on the smash hit Cars.

In 2020, Disney is planning to release a series of animated films based off the Pixar movie Finding Dory.

And Disney is also planning to unveil its first television series based on Pixar films in 2021 and 2022.

In 2022, Disney has plans to make an animated feature based on Finding Dorm in 2021 as well.

“We want to take the best Pixar movies out there, because we want to see them on the big screen,” Iger said during a conference call in April.

“They’re our biggest asset.”

Iger was joined on the call by Pixar Chief Financial Officer Bob Igers, Chief Financial Officers Ken Carr, and Paul Collier.

Iger and Pixar chief creative officer Pete Docter have worked together on Finding Nemo for five years.

The two men are also close friends, and Iger recently called Docter his “best friend in the business.”

It’s also not unusual for Iger to make trips to Pixar studios.

He has made three trips to the studio, which he has called the “poster child for innovation in the film business.”

The studio’s Pixar films are a major part of the company, and the movies that the studio produces are also a big part of Disney’s business.

In order to help the company make its films more popular, Pixar has developed the company