It is no surprise that Pixar’s Toy Story 4 is dominating the weekend box office with a $118 Million dollar debut domestically.
Toy Story 4 opened in almost 5,000 theaters this weekend and while was projected to hit $140 Million Disney/Pixar is not far from that mark, we still have today right?
Fans who have seen the film have loved it while many others ask the question was it really necessary considering how perfectly Toy Story 3 completed the trilogy.
Toy Story 4 is the 4th largest animated movie release behind “Incredibles 2” $182 million, “Finding Dory” $135 million, and Dreamworks “Shrek the Third” at $121 million.
According to Variety Toy Story 4 picked up $120 million from 37 international territories for a global start of $238 million. Not a bad start to summer for Disney & Pixar!
Did you see it this weekend? Read our official review here.
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