TV & FILM
bill-swift - November 13, 2012
John C. Reilly's loveable villain in Disney's Wreck-It Ralph helped the animated epic storm to the top of the U.S box office last week, as it generated $49.1 million in it's opening weekend. Sure, Skyfall came and knocked the socks off the Pixar film, but it held it's own with the number two spot in its second week.
Ralph has been loved by critics across the world and increases the feeling that Pixar's dominance of the medium is now over! But hold your horses just a minute, how does Disney's latest compare to the money earned by the likes of Toy Story 3, Finding Nemo, etc on their opening weekends? Check out the figures below the drop. Plus enjoy some classic clips from these CGI wonders.
1) Toy Story 3 - $110,307,189
2) The Incredibles - $70, 467,623
3) Finding Nemo - $70,251,710
4) Up - $68,108,790
5) Brave - $66,323,594