'Toy Story 4' dominates UK box office with record opening for animation
| Ben Dalton
6/24/2019 8:04 AM EST
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Toy Story 4 opened in top spot with a stellar £13.3m opening weekend – the highest ever for an animated title in the UK.
The film opened in 668 venues and scored a location average of £19,231, more than ten times that of any other title in the top 10.
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It surpassed the £11.5m opening weekend of 2010’s Toy Story 3, as well as last year’s Incredibles 2 (£9.6m).
It is also the second-highest opening of 2019, behind only Avengers: Endgame’s colossal £31.4m and ahead of Captain Marvel’s £12.8m – both fellow Disney releases.
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