Sometimes winning the top spot at the box office doesn’t mean a whole lot, and this is one of those times.
Toy Story 4 took the top spot at the box office this weekend with $118M. Combined with foreign ticket sales the movie already stands at $238M. Toy Story 3, which was released in 2010, did $110M domestic in its opening weekend and the film went on to a global total of $1.06B.
Second place went to the Child’s Play reboot with $14.05M off of a $10M budget.
Aladdin landed in third place with $12.2M and a new domestic total of $287.51M. Globally the film now sits at $810.11M off of a $183M budget.
Fourth place went to Men in Black: International which fell 64.2% to come in with $10.75M. Domestically it sits at $52.68M and $182.09M globally off of a $110M budget.
The Secret Life of Pets 2 rounded out the top five with $10.29M for a new domestic total of $117.58M, and a global total of $194.68M off of an $80M budget.
This week’s wide-releases will be Annabelle Comes Home and Yesterday.