‘Inside Out 2’ Becomes Pixar’s Highest-Grossing Film Ever Worldwide With $1.251B+

As it continues its mind-blowing trajectory, and with Tuesday’s receipts now included, Disney/Pixar’s Inside Out 2 has become the highest-grossing Pixar movie of all time at the worldwide box office. On Tuesday, it passed Pixar’s Incredibles 2 ($1.243B) to get to this latest milestone. The running global cume on Inside Out 2 through Tuesday is $1,251.5M which makes the Kelsey Mann-directed juggernaut the No. 4 animated film ever on a worldwide basis. As a reminder, Japan still has yet to open on August 1.

Riley, Joy, Anxiety, Fear, Ennui and Co next have Frozen in their sights, looking to overtake its $1.285B in the next few days — likely over the weekend — to become the No. 3 animated film of all time globally.

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The international box office crossed the seven-century mark yesterday with the overseas total through Tuesday now standing at $708M. Domestic is $543.5M. On Tuesday, Inside Out 2 grossed an additional $11.8M from 45 material offshore markets (15% of the most recent weekend which had seen a terrific drop of just 31% from the prior frame). Inside Out 2 remains the No. 8 animated film, and biggest Pixar title, of all time internationally.

The Top 5 overseas markets to date are: Mexico ($91.5M — IO2 became the biggest movie ever in the market last weekend), Brazil ($58.9M), UK ($52.4M), Korea ($49M) and Italy ($41M).

Inside Out 2 remains the No. 17 industry film of all time domestically, as well as the No. 3 animated movie ever domestically.

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