April hasn't been a great month at the U.S. box office. Among the new movies were remake s of the 1981 comedy Arthur and Your Highness, a comedy starring Natalie Portman. Both films opened in wide release with lots of publicity, and they both disappointed at the box office.
However, the animated feature Hop, which opened in first place the prior weekend, held the top spot again. It just goes to show, family films are solid business.
So, what are the highest grossing children’s films of all time? Click ahead to find out.
By Daniel Bukszpan, Special to CNBC.com
Posted 14 April 2011
All box office grosses are domestic only and are according to BoxOfficeMojo.com. The films included here are G-rated, signifying that they are children’s films, although the recently successful Hop was rated PG for “mild crude humor”.