Inside Out is third highest grossing 2015 film in the America. Pixar’s latest animated feature, Inside Out, became the embodiment of emotions when it was released on June 19, 2015. It captivated audiences and critics alike by being deemed Pixar’s comeback. This weekend, Pixar was rewarded again.
Inside Out just passed Furious 7 at the domestic box-office with $351.46 million, while the latter only had $351 million. This means that the animated movie is now in third place at the box-office behind Avengers: Age of Ultron and Jurassic World. This also makes it (so far) the highest grossing animated feature domestically this year over films like Minions, which has $331 million, and DreamWorks’ Home, which has $177 million. In terms of all the Pixar films, Inside Out stands as the second highest grossing film domestically under Toy Story 3 with $415 million.
It is worth noting though that Inside Out will most-likely not place any higher in the future as Avengers: Age of Ultron made $458 million and Jurassic World made an astounding $649 million domestically. In terms of worldwide box-office, Inside Out is only in fifth place and the second highest grossing animated film of the year with almost $750 million, right under Minions, which just earned a total of $1.08 billion.
Although not many theaters are showing Inside Out as of now, the Pixar movie will soon be heading home on Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital on November 2, 2015.
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