10 Rarest Disney Movies Ever Made

The Jungle Book (2016)

Budget: $175 million. Directed by Jon Favreau, this live-action adaptation of the classic story follows Mowgli's journey through the jungle, encountering various creatures and challenges.

Alice in Wonderland

Budget: $200 million. Directed by Tim Burton, this dark fantasy film brings Lewis Carroll's classic tale to life with stunning visuals and a star-studded cast.

Incredibles 2

Budget: $200 million. The long-awaited sequel to the animated hit, following the Parr family's adventures as they navigate superhero life and face a new villain.

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

Budget: $225 million. The sequel to the beloved fantasy film, continuing the adventures of the Pevensie children in the magical world of Narnia.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

Budget: $225 million. Captain Jack Sparrow returns for another swashbuckling adventure, facing off against Davy Jones and the Kraken.


Budget: $226 million. Angelina Jolie stars as the iconic Disney villain in this reimagining of "Sleeping Beauty," exploring Maleficent's backstory and motivations.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

Budget: $230 million. Captain Jack Sparrow battles Captain Salazar and his ghost pirates in this action-packed sequel.

The Little Mermaid

Budget: $250 million. Disney's live-action adaptation of the beloved animated classic, starring Halle Bailey as Ariel.

The Lone Ranger

Budget: $250 million. Despite a star-studded cast, this Western film failed to recoup its budget at the box office, becoming one of Disney's biggest flops.

Beauty and the Beast (2017)

Budget: $255 million. Emma Watson stars as Belle in this enchanting retelling of the classic fairy tale, which became a box office sensation.