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Pixar's 'Inside Out 2' Dominates: Highest-Grossing Film of the Year!

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In its second weekend in theaters, "Inside Out 2" remains the year's top-grossing film. The sequel, now from Disney and Pixar, has $355 million in North America and $724 million worldwide, surpassing "Dune: Part Two," which had $282 million domestically and $711 million globally. On the off chance that this pace continues, "Inside Out 2" will be the first movie from 2024 to hit $1 billion worldwide.

The sequel has added $164.4 million in 44 countries in its second weekend. With $369.2 million, it emerged as the third-biggest foreign opening of the year, right after "Godzilla x Kong" with $371 million and "Dune: Part Two" with $429 million. Some top markets for the movie include Mexico with $63.9 million, the UK with $29.2 million, Korea with $29 million, Germany with $17.9 million, and Brazil with $17.3 million. The film opens on August 1 in Japan, its final primary market.

The $200 million, PG-rated "Inside Out 2" renews Pixar's box office boom. Favorable reviews and word-of-mouth enhance ticket sales and popularity. It grossed $32.2 million worldwide to become the fourth-highest-grossing animated picture in Imax history.

Universal and Illumination's "Despicable Me 4" opened overseas to $9.4 million from four smaller markets, including Australia, with $4.6 million, and Argentina, with $3.4 million. Those are both well before the previous "Despicable Me" pictures, and they point toward yet another blockbuster.

Sony's "Bad Boys for Life" earned $24.1 million from 66 countries, lifting its international total to $142.2 million and its worldwide total to $289.1 million. In China this weekend, the picture grossed $2.8 million. Then, there's also "A Quiet Place: Day One" on June 28, "Twisters" on July 19, and "Deadpool & Wolverine" on July 26, which theaters are banking on to keep the trend rolling this summer.

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