Toy Story 4 Holds Top Spot For Second Week

Toy Story 4

Disney-Pixar’s Toy Story 4 continues to reign at the top spot at the box office coming in number one for the second week in a row. This week, it beat out newcomers Annabelle Comes Home and the surprise hit, Yesterday.

Toy Story 4 won the weekend with $57.9 million added to its box office total. This brings the films total take to $496.5 million globally. The top five were rounded out with Aladdin and The Secret Life of Pets 2. Avengers: Endgame also returned to the top 10 after being re-released with some extras. It garnered $5.5 million this weekend. It’s total domestically is now at $841.3 million. Globally it has taken in $2.76 billion.

This week Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters and will potentially de-throne Toy Story 4 from the top spot.

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