Finding Dory has made $484.8 million domestically and $516.9 million internationally as of October 9th causing it to breakthrough the $1 billion mark at the global box office earlier this week. The movie is now the fifth biggest animated film of all time globally and the second billion dollar release for Pixar’s alongside Toy Story 3.
The acclaimed follow-up to Pixar’s 2003 global hit Finding Nemo,Finding Dory debuted domestically on June 17 with $135 million, the biggest debut ever for an animated film, and it is the No. 1 domestic film of the year and the seventh highest-grossing of all time. The film’s top international market is Japan with $65.9 million, followed by the UK with $55.0 million, and it recently opened in its final international markets, Germany, Austria and German-speaking Switzerland, on September 29.
Finding Dory, which has a 94 percent Certified Fresh rating on RottenTomatoes and an A CinemaScore, joins Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Zootopia, and Captain America: Civil War to become The Walt Disney Studios’ fourth billion-dollar release in the past 12 months; it is Disney’s 12th release ever to reach the billion-dollar milestone.