- Disney and franchise movies have dominated the box office this year.
- The New York Times even argued last month that there’s no room for midbudget movies in the “blockbuster era.”
- But there were pleasant box-office surprises that suggested non-franchise, adult movies can still thrive.
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In a year when Disney has accounted for over 40% of the domestic box office, it may seem like there’s little room for any movie that isn’t Marvel, Pixar, or a remake of an animated classic. Even the New York Times argued last month that midbudget movies are dying in the read more >>>