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artisanal film reviews | by maryann johanson

‘Toy Story 3’ continues to tear up the British box office

As of this past weekend, Toy Story 3 has earned almost £59 million in the U.K. It was the No. 1 film, adding £3.2 million to its total and handily trashing newcomers The Last Airbender (£1.7 million at No. 3) and The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (£1.1 million at No. 5), both of which were vying for the same audience as Toy 3, and couldn’t come near it, even though Toy 3 has been in cinemas for a month.

In the U.S., after nine weeks, Toy 3 is at a little over $400 million. If it had been performing as well here as it is in the U.K., it would have earned almost $590 million. (Only two movies have made that much in North America: Titanic and Avatar. Maybe if James Cameron directed a Pixar movie…? Nah.)
Toy Story 3 will soon enter the ranks of the top five highest-earning films in the U.K. (surpassing the Lord of the Rings films).

I have no commentary on this. My mind is just boggling. Not that Toy 3 isn’t a good film or doesn’t deserve its success, but… wow.



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  • RyanT

    Hm… James Cameron making a Pixar film about returning kings, pirates, and men who dresses up in bat costumes. I’d check it out.

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