Yesterday, Pixar’s Toy Story 4 became The Walt Disney Studios’ fifth billion dollar release for 2019. Through August 14, the film has earned an estimated $1.0017 billion worldwide.
Toy Story 4—which is now the No. 8 biggest animated movie of all time—joins Incredibles 2, Finding Dory and Toy Story 3 to become the fourth Pixar film and second Toy Story film to reach the $1 billion milestone.
With an A CinemaScore and an exceptional 97% Fresh critics score on RottenTomatoes, Toy Story 4 made its domestic debut June 20 with $120.9 million, one of the biggest openings ever for an animated film. It has earned $421.8 million domestically to date to stand as the No. 5 animated film ever.
Internationally, Toy Story 4 has earned $579.9 million with debuts still to come in Germany and across Scandinavia. It’s the No. 2 animated release of all time in the UK with $75 million. In Japan, Toy Story 4 continues to perform very strongly with a current cumulative gross of $77 million. In Mexico, Toy Story 4 is the biggest industry film in admissions with a cumulative gross of $72 million.