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#Incredibles2 Opens Huge

Pixar's latest, a long-awaited sequel to one of its most popular and best movies, is proving to be... what's the word... it's not coming to us... Really amazing at the Stateside box office. Incredibles 2 soared, blasting past expectations for $180 million, according to studio estimates.

And elsewhere in the world, it was a similar story. While the movie, which picks up the story the moment the 2004 original ends, hasn't opened in all of its international markets yet, it still earned $51.5 million for a $231.5 million global launch. Records were predictably shattered, with the new movie outselling the previously top animated opening, Finding Dory. We doubt Disney and Pixar are too upset.

Ocean's 8 was knocked down to second place on $19.5 million, while the second new arrival of the week, comedy pic Tag couldn't quite reach the heights of the animated hit. The movie took in $14.6 million for third. In fourth, Solo: A Star Wars Story earned $9 million, with Deadpool 2 adding $8.8 million to round out the top five.

In sixth, chiller Hereditary added a few screens and earned $7 million, ahead of the week's third new entry, Superfly, which didn't live up to its title. It made $6.3 million.

Avengers: Infinity War, finally feeling the pressure of more superhero competition, slipped to eighth on $5.2 million, but has already passed $2 billion worldwide. Adrift sank to ninth with $2.1 million, while Book Club dropped to 10th and $1.8 million.

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