‘Inside Out 2’ Cracks Domestic Top 10 All-Time Animated Movies; Jumps To $800M Global Box Office

Disney/Pixar’s Inside Out 2 keeps on soaring, reaching $799.7M globally through Tuesday. Within that, its international box office crossed the four-century mark at a running cume of $411.9M from 44 overseas markets through Tuesday. In North America, Inside Out 2 rose to $387.8M, moving well up the domestic animated chart.

After 12 days in domestic release, the blockbuster sequel is the No. 10 animated film of all time in North America, having passed Minions: The Rise of Gru ($370M, 2022), Finding Nemo ($381M, 2003) and Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse ($382M. 2023). The next animated title it will overtake domestically is Disney’s own Frozen (2013).

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Worldwide, it’s a matter of when, not if, Inside Out 2 passes the $1B mark. The Kelsey Mann-directed juggernaut already is well on its way to surpassing the first Inside Out’s $859M global.

On Tuesday, Inside Out 2 added $18.4M in North America (18% of the weekend) for the highest second Tuesday ever for an animated movie, or any movie, not in December (and 6th biggest second Tuesday ever).

Internationally on Tuesday, IO2 put another $19.6M in the memory bank, which was 12% of this past weekend.

The top overseas markets through Tuesday are Mexico ($68.4M), UK ($31.1M), Korea ($30.4M), Brazil ($23.3M), Italy ($22.4M), Germany ($19M), Argentina ($16M), Spain ($15.7M), France ($14.9M) and Australia ($13.8M).

At $12.5M through Tuesday, China increased to $13.8M through today (the difference not included in the total cumes above). In local currency, it already has surpassed the original film, and Maoyan is now predicting a $33.4M final, which would be 150% bigger than the first movie in local currency. Japan is still to release, on August 1.

We’ll have more updates through the coming days.

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