This weekend Disney/Pixar’s Finding Dory officially became the second animated feature in 2016 to pass the $1 billion mark at the global box office, marking the first time in film history that two animated films have achieved a billion-dollar gross in the same calendar year.
The other animated film that has grossed over $1 billion in 2016 is the Disney-produced Zootopia, which earned $1.023 billion during its theatrical run. Only one live-action film has grossed $1 billion this year—Disney’s Captain America: Civil War.
Finding Dory picked up $8.9 million from foreign territories last weekend, lifting its international total to $516.7m. Combined with its gross of $484.8m in the United States, where it is the top grossing film of 2016 to date, Finding Dory has earned $1,001,480,568.
Below is the all-time animation top ten, not accounting for inflation: