The latest Toy Story sequel has shattered world box office records for an animated film, despite a disappointing opening in America.
The film, featuring the voices of Tom Hanks and Tim Allen, has debuted with $238 million globally, beating The Incredibles 2‘s $235.8 million launch.
But the new film slightly underperformed in North America, failing to meet estimates but still coming in at number one with $119.5 million over the weekend.
Disney bosses expected Toy Story 4 to debut with about $140 million.
Horror film Child’s Play debuts in a distant second place in America with $14 million, while Aladdin, Men In Black International and The Secret Life of Pets 2 round out the new top five.