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Pixar’s Finding Dory reaches $900 million at global box office


Squee! Congratulations to the team of master storytellers up at Pixar Animation Studios in Emeryville, CA. Their latest film, “Finding Dory,” has just swam its way to cross the $900 million mark at the global box office. The film has yet to open in some markets including Italy and Germany, so that total could go higher (although $1 billion seems out of range barring another domestic release).

Dory’s domestic total is an impressive $476.9 million. That makes it the highest-grossing film of the year so far and the 7th highest grossing movie on the all-time list. Not too shabby.

Disney actually has the top four films of the year right now: Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War” at $1.2 billion, “Zootopia” with $1.0 billion, “The Jungle Book” at $948 million, and “Finding Dory.” Dory joins Pixar’s pantheon of big films in third place behind “Toy Story 3” ($1 billion) and the original “Finding Nemo” ($936 million in lifetime gross).

Which is your favorite Disney film of 2016?

2 thoughts on “Pixar’s Finding Dory reaches $900 million at global box office”

  1. I would not be surprised if Disney ends up with the top 5 or 6 spots on the permanent record by the end of the year. Moana, Doctor Strange, and definitely Rogue One will all fare incredibly well. Congratulations to the Disney Studio, Pixar, WDAS, and Marvel on an already tremendous performance!

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