Inside Out 2 Reaches $1 Billion Milestone Worldwide

Inside Out 2 Reaches $1 Billion Milestone Worldwide

Disney/Pixar's Inside Out 2 has achieved a remarkable milestone by reaching the coveted $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office within just 19 days. This makes it the fastest animated movie ever to achieve this feat, surpassing the previous record held by Frozen 2, which reached $1 billion in 25 days. This accomplishment is a testament to the popularity and appeal of the film among audiences worldwide.

Directed by Kelsey Mann, Inside Out 2 has not only crossed the $1 billion mark but has also become the first film of the year to achieve this milestone. The film's third international box office session saw an estimated $108 million in , marking a 37% decrease in holdover markets. With continued in major markets, the film has amassed a total of $545.5 million across 45 markets internationally.

This weekend, Inside Out 2 surpassed several popular animated releases to secure its position as the 18th highest-grossing animated film of all time internationally. With a running domestic total of $469.3 million, the film has also climbed the ranks in North America, now sitting at number 5 on the all-time animated chart.

The film's success was further highlighted by its strong holds in key markets such as China, Australia, Spain, UK, Brazil, Korea, France, Germany, and Mexico. Notably, in China, Inside Out 2 recorded the second-strongest hold for a studio film since the onset of the pandemic. The film has also achieved Top 10 status in history in various territories including Chile, Uruguay, Latin America, Mexico, Colombia, Central America, Argentina, Ecuador, Paraguay, Philippines, Brazil, Peru, and Bolivia.

Inside Out 2 has shattered records across the Latin America region, becoming the highest-grossing animated film in countries such as Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Egypt, Lebanon, and Turkey. Additionally, the film has secured the second-highest grossing animated film status in Italy, Mexico, Central America, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Uruguay, Philippines, and Greece. The film made a strong debut in New Zealand, opening at number 1 with $1.3 million ($1.7 million including previews), marking the second-highest animated opening weekend in industry history and the best for Pixar and Disney Animation.

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NATO President & CEO Michael O'Leary praised Inside Out 2 for its remarkable , stating that the film's global success reaffirms the fact that audiences worldwide crave compelling and entertaining movies that they can enjoy on the big screen. The film's performance in key markets such as Mexico, UK, Korea, Brazil, and Italy further solidifies its status as a global box office success.

Overall, Inside Out 2's to the $1 billion milestone is a testament to the film's widespread appeal, captivating storytelling, and universal that have resonated with audiences across the globe. The film's success not only cements its position as one of the highest-grossing animated films of all time but also underscores the enduring popularity of Disney and Pixar collaborations in the world of cinema.

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