Incredibles 2 opens with $180 million, breaks records

Incredibles 2 opens with $180 million, breaks records

Incredibles 2 opens with $180 million, breaks records

This figure marks the biggest debut for an animated film in USA cinema history, even when adjusted for inflation (via Vulture), beating previous record-holder "Finding Dory", which scooped $135 million (£102 million) when it debuted two years ago.

"After last night, I can say that the movie is unlike anything I have ever seen before, in that the villain's weapon of choice can hurt not only characters on-screen, but can also hurt the people in the audience as well".

If you were one of the many people who watched the new "Incredibles 2" movie in theaters over the weekend, you may have seen the warning that theaters posted about a flashing light sequence in the film. The film, which is receiving a staggered global rollout, has already grossed $231.5 million worldwide. While the first film teased Jack Jack's abilities, "Incredibles 2" utilizes them to wonderfully hilarious effect.

Disney/Pixar's superhero family soars in "The Incredibles 2". That includes hits from Disney Animation such as "Zootopia" and "Frozen" and "Finding Dory" and "Toy Story 3" from Pixar, which Disney acquired in 2006. The film received mixed reviews from critics with a 56 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, but did better with viewers, earning a B+ CinemaScore.

The advocacy group wrote in a statement on its website that members of its community had expressed concerns about flashing lights in the animated movie, "and, in certain instances, people having experienced a seizure during the movie". "All it had to do was not be bad".

Actor and director Brad Bird, and actors Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter and Samuel L. Jackson pose at the premiere for the movie "Incredibles 2" at El Capitan theatre in Los Angeles, California, US, June 5, 2018.

"Incredibles 2" addresses all sorts of issues in modern America - mistrust of Congress, the omnipresence of technology, and even America's deep tribal divides. "The result was the biggest animated debut by a country mile". The Disney film took in $9.1 million, and almost $200 million overall in North America.

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