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These Are the Top 10 Movies on Disney Plus Films Across the World

With more and more people staying inside due the pandemic, streaming services like Netflix and Disney Plus are booming. According to CNBC, the latter is expecting to have up to 260 million subscribers by 2024, which is triple the estimated number at the time of launch.

With its popularity in mind, a new report from Parkdean Resorts looks at data from Google to figure out which Disney Plus movies are at the top of everyone’s list worldwide. Unsurprisingly, Frozen was found to be the favorite Disney movie worldwide, with an annual 1.9 million Google searches. The movie, released in 2013, as well as its sequel, have been some of the highest-grossing animated movies of all time. However, the report found the United States loves Frozen the most, with 1.3 million annual Google searches.

The second favorite worldwide with 1.8 million yearly searches is Avatar (2009), which remains the second highest-grossing movie of all time. The report found Canada loves the movie the most, with 665,000 searches per year, with the United States and the United Kingdom tied for second place in their number of Avatar searches.

Photo: Parkdean Resorts

Below, the top 10 Disney Plus movies worldwide, by annual search volume.

  1. Frozen, 1.9 million
  2. Avatar, 1.8 million
  3. Cars, 589K
  4. Aladdin, 528K
  5. A Bug’s Life, 469K
  6. Cinderella, 240K
  7. Mulan, 188K
  8. Lion King, 188K
  9. High School Musical, 168K
  10. Ratatouille, 123K

In the U.S. and Canada, there are two clear favorites: 101 Dalmatians in Canada and Frozen in America, while Avatar remains popular in both. Meanwhile, South America’s favorite was found to be the 1998 Disney movie A Bug’s Life (closely followed by Frozen, Chronicles of Narnia and Avatar).

In the UK, the below 10 movies came out on top, in terms of annual search volumes:

  1. Avatar, 356K
  2. High School Musical, 73K
  3. Lady and the Tramp, 55K
  4. Cinderella, 51K
  5. Moana, 48K
  6. Aladdin, 32K
  7. Beauty and the Beast, 27K
  8. Lion King, 21K
  9. Cars, 18K
  10. Mulan, 13K

In Europe, the most searched for films across some countries varied. Below, the top picks for them, by annual search volume:

  1. Avatar, 356K, U.K
  2. Moana, 125K, Ireland
  3. Beauty and the Beast, 86K, Denmark
  4. High School Musical, 72K, Sweden
  5. Chronicles of Narnia, 22K, the Netherlands
  6. Frozen, 12.5K, Norway
  7. Aladdin, 9K, Spain
  8. Toy Story, 1.7K, Poland
  9. Mulan, 1.6K, Germany
  10. Ratatouille, 1.5K, France

The report found that Mulan was the favorite on the African continent, but Avatar and the Lion King were also popular. The second favorite was Moana. In Asian countries, Frozen was the overall favorite, as it was in Russia. Meanwhile, Avatar took the top spot in China and Aladdin the top spot in India. The report found Frozen was also popular in Australia, as were titles such as Cars and The Sound of Music.

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