Disney has announced that Toy Story 3 passed the $1 billion mark at the global box office, joining Alice in Wonderland as the second billion dollar film from the Walt Disney Studios.

“It’s been an incredible year as we saw the Pixar team bring Buzz and Woody back to the big screen and watched Tim Burton’s vision for Alice in Wonderland take the world by storm,” said Rich Ross, Chairman, The Walt Disney Studios.  “These box office triumphs prove that creative storytelling brought to life by imaginative, inspired and talented professionals is something audiences respond to the world over.”

Well it’s nice to know that even though I had to leave the movie earlier because of a cranky two year old, I did contribute to the cause…

via Disney

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  1. August 30, 2010 at 2:22 pm — Reply

    I hope that the studios will take this as a cue to go back to making movies that are REALLY for kids instead of the weird, PG/PG-13/approaching R fare that has been masquerading as childrens’ movies over the past few years.

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