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Disney has crossed the $4 billion threshold at the 2013 global box office, the studio said Wednesday. With “Iron Man 3,” “Monsters University,” “Thor: The Dark World” and “Oz the Great and Powerful” providing the biggest boosts, the studio has posted its best year ever in terms of worldwide grosses. Last week, the studio broke its global box office-record of $3.79 billion established in 2010, when “Toy Story 3″ and “Alice In Wonderland” were the big films. The 2013 figure will keep moving higher. The Disney Animation 3D family musical “Frozen” opens Friday, and “Saving Mr. Banks,” the Tom Hanks-Emma Thompson drama about. »


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