Inside Out 2 became the highest-grossing film of the year

Inside Out 2 became the highest-grossing film of the year
Inside Out 2 became the highest-grossing film of the year

The sequel has delighted critics and audiences, so positive word of mouth has been a big help to ticket sales.

After only two weekends since its theatrical release, Inside Out 2 (Intensely 2) already stands out above the rest as the highest-grossing film of the year.

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The sequel to disney and Pixar has generated $355 million in the United States and a total of $724 million worldwide to date, surpassing the previous record, Dune: Part 2 ($282 million in the US and $711 million worldwide). At this rate, it will soon be the first film of 2024 to surpass $1 billion worldwide.

Internationally, the sequel to Intensely It grossed $164.4 million in 44 territories in its second installment. So far, it has grossed $369.2 million overseas to rank as the year’s third-biggest international release behind Godzilla x Kong (371 million dollars) and Dune: Part 2 ($429 million). The markets with the highest profits include Mexico (US$63.9 million), the United Kingdom (US$29.2 million), Korea (US$29 million), Germany (US$17.9 million) and Brazil (US$17.9 million). s17.3 million). It opens in its last major market, Japan, on August 1.

What Inside Out 2 is about

Inside Out 2 is a sequel to the 2015 hit about the inner workings of a girl’s mind. In the second installment, the main character Riley has become a teenager and is dealing with new emotions, such as anxiety and envy.

The original Inside Out movie opened with around $90 million in its opening weekend in the summer of 2015. The sequel has delighted critics and audiences, so positive word of mouth has been a big help to sales. of tickets.

 
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