Toy Story 4, the sequel we didn’t know we needed, opened in first place at the domestic box office. While not up to expectations, and nowhere near record-breaking, the $118 million total makes it one of only three movies this year to top $100 million in its opening weekend, matching Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame.
The film takes fourth place in openings for animated films behind Incredibles 2 ($182 million), Finding Dory ($135 million), and Shrek the Third ($121 million).
Numbers for Toy Story 4 were well ahead two remakes that ended up in second and third place for the weekend: Child’s Play ($14 million) and Aladdin ($10 million).
Adding in international ticket sales of $120 million, Toy Story 4 has brought in $238 million so far.
Source: Variety / Image: Disney-Pixar