Overall domestic box-office revenue for the year hit $10 billion on Nov. 25, earlier than it has in any previous year thanks in large measure to Disney, home of 2016 hits Captain America: Civil War, Finding Dory, Zootopia and The Jungle Book. The studio continued to feast over Thanksgiving, between the $81.1 million debut of Moana and the staying power of Doctor Strange.
Disney's movies account for nearly a fourth of all 2016 domestic revenue, or $2.5 billion, an unprecedented leading share. The next closest is Warner Bros. at roughly 18 percent, or more than $1.8 billion. Combined, their titles account for 43 percent of the $10.1 billion in ticket sales year to date. At the other end of the spectrum, Paramount ranks last among the six major studios with seven percent market share, or roughly $755 million. Sony follows at eight percent with $860 million.