‘Toy Story 4’ becomes fifth Disney film to cross $1 billion this year
The film’s ticket sales just pushed past the monetary mark on Wednesday, nearly two months after its theatrical release.
Toy Story 4 now joins Incredibles 2, Finding Dory and Toy Story 3 as the fourth Pixar film to make that much money.
According to a release, the film is now the eighth-highest grossing animated movie ever.
It’s expected that this year’s Frozen 2 and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will also make $1 billion, which would move the record to a whopping seven titles in one year.
Check out the trailer for Toy Story 4 below.
The scene was deleted in light of the #MeToo movement.
The scene featured Stinky Pete the Prospector messing with two Barbie dolls. He says he can give them a part in a movie in a “casting couch”-type move that has been condemned.
Pete is seen ogling at the dolls’ bodies and stroking their hands. The scene has since been deleted due to its inappropriate nature.
The scene is reportedly deleted from Blu-ray and downloadable versions of the film. Disney has recently released the entire Toy Story series on 4K, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD because Toy Story 4’s theatrical release.
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