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‘Inside Out 2’ Eyes Near $30M Juneteenth Box Office Record Day

‘Inside Out 2’ Eyes Near M Juneteenth Box Office Record Day
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Sources tell us that Disney/Pixar‘s Inside Out 2 is heading for a near $30M Wednesday — as big, if not bigger than its $29.1M Tuesday, which was a record for an animated movie. Disney had no comment.

As we always report, take the projection with a grain of salt, for even if the sequel lands in the $20M-plus range, it’s still fantastic for business.

A near $30M take for Inside Out 2 would easily make it a Juneteenth holiday box office record, ahead of 2022’s Jurassic World: Dominion‘s $21M (realize, though, that the holiday fell on a Sunday that year). If the forecast is true, the running domestic on the Amy Poehler-Maya Hawke-Tony Hale-Lewis Black-Phyllis Smith-Ayo Edebiri animated ensemble will stand at $235M.

Among all animated movies for a Wednesday, Inside Out 2 looks to rank third behind Illumination/Universal’s Despicable Me 2‘s opening day of $35M (July 3, 2013) and 2023’s opening day for Super Mario Bros Movie at $31.7M. Among Wednesdays, Inside Out 2 is definitely a record for Pixar ahead of Incredibles 2‘s $19.7M.

We’re hearing it’s also an up day for Bad Boys: Ride or Die with $5M, which would be 16% over Tuesday’s $4.3M. That would put the running total for the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence-starring, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah directed fourthquel at $125.6M in its 13th day, which is only 2% behind its predecessor at the same point in time, Bad Boys for Life which ended its domestic run at $206.3M.

Juneteenth became a federal holiday in 2021.



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