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This Map Shows the Most Popular Disney Movie In Every Single Country

The results may actually surprise you.

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Disney+ has been making a killing lately, despite a rocky start when the Disney-exclusive streaming platform launched over a year ago. According to Forbes, the number of subscribers to Disney+ tripled in March, making the total of monthly subscribers around 50 million people across the planet. But what are people tuning into these days? Parkdean Resorts published a global map of the most searched for films on Google in each country — and the results may actually surprise you. 

The most surprising bit of information? That Frozen didn’t top the list in every single country. While it did count for the majority of all searches across the globe, it wasn’t the most popular film in terms of countries that were interested in it. Actually, Avatar, yes, Avatar, took the crown in some 28 countries, while Frozen was just a favorite in 16, despite getting the highest number of searches overall. Some other surprising stuff: 

The most surprising bit of information? That Frozen didn’t top the list in every single country. While it did count for the majority of all searches across the globe, it wasn’t the most popular film in terms of countries who were interested in it. Actually, Avatar, yes, Avatar, took the crown in some 28 countries, while Frozen was just a favorite in 16, despite getting the highest number of searches overall. Some other surprising stuff: 

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Brazil loves A Bug’s Life, Germany loves Mulan, Sweden is obsessed with High School Musical, for some reason. Italy truly loves Cars, which makes sense given their long history with motor vehicles, and Saudi Arabia can’t get enough of the underrated classic Wreck-it Ralph. Canada? They can’t get enough of the dozens of spotted puppies in 101 Dalmatians. Moana is hugely popular in several countries on the continent of Africa, and The Lion King and Lady and the Tramp make a few top appearances as well.