Toy Story 4 goes to infinity, and beyond in opening weekend

Toy Story 4 enjoys the best opening weekend in the Toy Story franchise.

| Jun 24, 2019 at 10:30 pm CDT

Now that Toy Story 4 is hitting cinemas we are finding out that the latest movie in the franchise has become the most successful in its opening weekend across the entire Toy Story franchise.

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Entertainment Weekly is reporting that the projections for Toy Story 4's opening weekend were much higher at $165 million, much less than the $118 million that it did in its opening weekend. If we compare this to Toy Story 3 from 2010 opening with $110.3 million, Toy Story 4 is performing quite well and is yet another win for both Pixar and Disney.

Pixar is no stranger to flying way above inifinty, and beyond with The Incredibles 2 pulling a huge $182.7 million in its opening weekend, Finding Dory with $135.1 million and is just behind Shrek the Third and its $121.6 million -- Toy Story 4 comes in just behind with $118 million. Toy Story 4 is also the third movie to open at over $100 million in 2019, behind Avengers: Endgame and Captain Marvel -- both Disney owned movies.

Toy Story 4 made around $120 million in international box office over the opening weekend, with a total of $238 million in just 72 hours. I haven't seen the movie yet, but plan to in a few days... I feel like a big kid inside and can't wait for it, I'm sure I'll shed a tear or 4.

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