Toy Story 4 Garners $118 Million During Its Opening Weekend

Toy Story 4

Disney-Pixar’s latest Toy Story flick has arrived in theaters and moviegoers are arriving as well to watch it. Over the weekend, Toy Story 4 took in $118 Million at the box office domestically. This take made it the number movie of the weekend in theaters. While it did take the win for the weekend, it didn’t perform as well as was expected. Disney had originally expected it to take in around $22 million more than it ended up doing in the first weekend.

The movie is the fourth in the Toy Story series and has been receiving generally good reviews, including by the DAPS MAGIC team. However, last year’s Incredibles 2 brought in $182.7 million on its opening weekend. It did make more than Coco did in its opening weekend. Coco brought in $50.8 million on its opening weekend in 2017. Toy Story 4 box office take comes in after other Disney owned films that have come out include Captain Marvel, which debuted with a $153.4 million on its opening weekend, and Avengers: Endgame, which opened with $357.1 million during its first weekend. Internationally, Toy Story 4 brought in another $120 million.

Toy Story 4 brings Woody, Buzz, and the gang back together (including Bo Peep) and introduces a new character named Forky. Things get interesting for these beloved toys when a road trip takes them on an adventure they never anticipated.

What did you think of Toy Story 4? Did you see it? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest

Share your thoughts and comment!

Mr. DAPs

Mr. DAPs

Hi, I'm Mr. DAPs, the Founder, and Editor in Chief of DAPS MAGIC! I can be regularly found at Disneyland with my hat and bow tie taking pictures and simply enjoying the Happiest Place on Earth. I'm also the weekly host of GEEKS CORNER and your Disney reporter for DISNEY REPORTER on DAPS MAGIC's YouTube channel. I am also now honored to announced that I'm a Brand Ambassador with Her Universe! Find me on Twitter and Instagram. as I'd love to connect with you. Make sure and say hi!






Top Posts & Pages
The History of the Candlelight Ceremony at Disneyland
SCAREolers Return to Disneyland Resort for Halloween Time
Knott's Scary Farm is Back in 2021 with New Mazes, Scare Zones, and Shows!
Orlando International Airport Gets Decorated for Walt Disney World Resort 50th Anniversary Celebration
Step in Time! A Visit to Magic Kingdom Park as It Was in October 1971
A Look at the Metrics of the Magic Key Pass Program
9 Spooky Disney Animated Shorts Perfect for Halloween Time
A Comparison of Disneyland's Magic Key and Walt Disney World's Annual Pass