Yes, Coco may have already long since hit digital services like iTunes and is well on its way to Netflix for next month, but the film looks like it’s slowly been inching its way up the charts at the worldwide box office. Now, according to the outline Box Office Mojo, the fantasy film has just hit a major milestone.
The outlet is reporting that the Pixar-produced flick has just cracked $800M, and has taken in a total of $800.5M around the globe. So how does this compare to the rest of Pixar’s films? As of this writing, Coco is ranked number five of Pixar’s 19 films, falling behind Toy Story 3 ($1.07Bn), Finding Dory ($1.03Bn), Finding Nemo ($899.2M), and Inside Out ($857M). This means the movie is in the top 30 percent highest grossing movies in Pixar’s slate, which is no small feat.
Interestingly enough, the picture is much different when you look at it domestically. As it stands, Coco only took in $209.7M in North America, and that’s good enough to put it at number 13 of 19 — much closer to the back. Clearly, this is a film that has a much broader international appeal than it did in the U.S., which is a shame. All the same, the film has done incredibly well, so it’s not like it’s a failure, by any means.
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SOURCE: Box Office Mojo