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'Toy Story 4' wins the box office for a second-straight weekend, but performs weaker than previous Pixar sequels (DIS)

'Toy Story 4' wins the box office for a second-straight weekend, but performs weaker than previous Pixar sequels (DIS)
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"Toy Story 4" won the domestic box office for a second-straight weekend with a $57.9 million take.




However, it's below the second weekend performances of other big Pixar sequels like "Incredibles 2," "Finding Dory," and "Toy Story 3."




Warner Bros.' "Annabelle Comes Home" had a strong opening, as the horror came in second place with $31.2 million (since opening on Wednesday).




"Annabelle Comes Home" is the latest hit for a movie in "The Conjuring" universe.




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It seems the narrative playing out for Disney/Pixar's "Toy Story 4" is: " It's a big money maker — but..."
Last week the latest movie in the treasured franchise opened number one at the domestic box office with a $120 million performance ($238 million globally). It's one of the biggest opening weekends for an animated movie ever and is the fourth-biggest opening of 2019 (all four are Disney releases). But, industry projections had the movie taking in $140 million-plus, domestically.
This weekend "Toy Story 4" repeated as domestic box office champ, bringing in an estimated $57.9 million (its global take is now over $496 million). But, that's below the second-weekend performances of previous big Pixar sequels like "Incredibles 2" ($80.3 million), "Finding Dory" ($72.9 million), and "Toy Story 3" ($59.3 million).
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