After a phenomenal premiere, Intensely 2 (Inside Out 2) broke another huge record.

The animated sequel from Disney and Pixar has surpassed Dune: Part Two to become the highest-grossing film in just 8 days in theaters with $724 million from the global box office; $355 million from the domestic box office (USA and Canada) and $369 million from the international box office (via Variety).

Dune: Part Two accumulated $711 million in the global box office (with $282 million in the US and Canada). IntenseMind 2 broke the sequel record Dune 2 both at the domestic and global box office.

In its second week of exhibition, Inside Out 2 It accumulated $100 million in domestic territory, and another $164 million in the international market.

The animated sequel is on track to become the first 2024 film to surpass $1 billion at the global box office.

These new achievements are added to those of its premiere: the highest-grossing release of 2024, Pixar's second best premiere behind Incredibles 2the first film since Barbie (July 2023) to debut above $100 million; in the international market it surpassed Frozen 2 as the biggest animated premiere of all time, and the second biggest premiere of all time in all of Latin America behind Avengers: Endgame (2019).

Its budget was $200 million dollars.

The sequel co-written and directed by Kelsey Mann, arrives almost 10 years after the release of the original installment that addressed the inner feelings, Joy (Amy Poehler), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Fear (Bill Hader), in one little girl named Riley. The plot of the sequel once again focuses on Riley (now voiced by Kensington Tallman) now as a teenager who discovers new emotions of Anxiety (Maya Hawke), Envy (Ayo Edebiri), Shame (Paul Walter Hauser) and Nostalgia (June Squibb), as she leaves for summer camp.


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