On Monday, Incredibles 2 hit the $1 billion mark worldwide, becoming just the seventh animated film to do so after Frozen, Minions, Toy Story 3, Despicable Me 3, Finding Dory, and Zootopia. It is also just the fifth Disney animated film to cross the milestone.
Incredibles 2 has been a monumental performer since opening June 15, earning $574 million in North America and $430.9 million internationally to date. The sequel to 2006’s The Incredibles also boasts the largest domestic debut for an animated film ever with $182.7 million. Its global total stands at $1.005 billion.
Additionally, Incredibles 2 is the first animated film to hit $500 million in North America and the ninth highest-grossing film of all time.
Overseas totals for the Disney-Pixar release include $53.5 million in China, $45 million in the UK, $37.1 million in Mexico, $33.8 million in Brazil, $32.7 million in Australia, and $30.4 million in France. It has yet to open in several major territories, including Japan (Aug 1), Spain (Aug 3), Germany, and Italy (both September).