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‘Toy Story 4’ Scares Off Box Office Challengers

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Pixar and Disney’s Toy Story 4 had no trouble staying No. 1 in its second weekend and fending off new offerings Annabelle Comes Home and Yesterday.The animated family film dipped 52 percent to $58 million as it raced past the $200 million mark domestically and cleared an impressive $496.5 million worldwide. Its North American tally after 10 days is a strong $236.9 million. Overseas, Toy Story 4 has grossed $259.6 million to date.

The top 12 movies of the weekend, as of Sunday, June 30, are as follows:

#TitleDistributor NameWeekend Total # of LocsLoc AvgCume Total
1Toy Story 4Disney$57,932,0004,575$12,663$236,921,809
2Annabelle Comes HomeWarner Bros.$20,370,0003,613$5,638$31,204,459
3YesterdayUniversal$17,000,0002,603$6,531$17,000,000
4AladdinDisney$9,344,0003,235$2,888$305,861,946
5Secret Life Of Pets 2, TheUniversal$7,090,0003,353$2,115$131,202,000
6Men In Black InternationalSony$6,550,0003,663$1,788$65,030,511
7Avengers: EndgameDisney$5,537,0002,025$2,734$841,318,161
8Child’s PlayUnited Artists Releasing$4,276,6073,007$1,422$23,405,006
9RocketmanParamount$3,870,0002,003$1,932$84,173,960
10John Wick: Chapter 3 – ParabellumLionsgate$3,175,0001,550$2,048$161,315,088
11Godzilla: King Of The MonstersWarner Bros.$2,000,0001,370$1,460$106,530,951
12Dark Phoenix20th Century Fox$1,692,0001,187$1,425$63,576,878