Top 10 Highest Grossing Pixar Movies That Must Have In Your Watch List

Let’s go through the highest grossing Pixar movies to find out which 10 Pixar films have brought in more cash than all the rest.

In this pixar movies ranked we will mention the highest rated pixar movies, the most successful pixar movies with their box office revenue, and a brief details of their story. Swipe down for the highest grossing Pixar movies.

The Incredibles (2004) – $631 Million

Opening the list of highest grossing Pixar movies, we have The Incredibles. The movie follows a family of superheroes who find themselves in a world that no longer accepts superheroes. However, when Mr. Incredible gets a secret offer that will let him go back into hero work on a mysterious island, he jumps at the offer leaving the rest of the Parr family behind to figure out what’s going on and what to do about it.

Up (2009) – $731 Million

Up follows a retired man who wishes to visit Paradise Falls in South America — a destination he and his wife had planned to visit before her passing. After being asked to move into a retirement home, he takes his dreams into his own hands and flies his house there using a load of helium balloons. Things become more complicated when he finds a kid who accidentally comes along for the journey, an exotic tennis-ball-eating bird, and a pack of talking dogs. Adventure is out there!

Monsters University (2013) – $743 Million 

Monsters University is the prequel to Monsters, Inc. that follows Mike and Sulley from back in their college days. Though they first find themselves at odds, they soon team together as they compete to become the best of scarers.

Monsters University didn’t only send Mike and Sully to school; It also sent Disney $268 million from the domestic box office and $743 million from the worldwide one.

Coco (2017) – $799 Million

Coco took the idea of the Day of the Dead, the Mexican celebration, and told the story of a boy who not only discovered his heritage but also helped teach his family the true meaning of love. Miguel is a boy who dreams of being a musician, but his grandmother prohibits it, meaning his parents also won’t allow it. His great-grandfather was a musician who ran out on his family. When Miguel retrieved a legendary guitar by his idol Ernesto de la Cruz, he ends up in the land of the Dead and learns the truth about what happened that fateful day many years ago.

Inside Out (2015) – $857 Million

Inside Out tells the story of a hockey-loving girl who grapples with the reality of moving. Only this story isn’t narrated from the real world; Rather, it is narrated by the personality-driven emotions inside her mind. Being that these characters are voiced by comedy greats, including Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, and Mindy Kaling, you can bet they have some feelings.

Finding Nemo (2003) – $936 Million

Clownfish are naturally shy, so Pixar decided to find out what happened when one of these creatures was forced to venture through the ocean to track down his son. The resulting film was heartwarming and breathtaking, causing theme park rides, a stage show musical, and a sequel to come after it.

Finding Dory (2016) – $1.02 Billion

Finding Dory explores the origins of Pixar’s favorite Blue Tang. When Dory begins to get flashbacks of the past, she ends up on a journey to track down her parents.

The popular sequel to Finding Nemo swam its way to $486 million at the domestic box office and $1 billion worldwide. It was given exceedingly positive reviews for further exploring this favorite character of many while staying true to the series.

Toy Story 3 (2010) – $1.06 Billion

Toy Story 3 explores Woody and the gang’s attempt to return home after they are donated to a daycare before Andy leaves for college. Things get tense when the Lots-o’-Huggin’ Bear—a stuffed animal who was abandoned by his owner—drags the toys through an agenda of his own.

The third installment in the Toy Story series played its way to $415 million at the box office. It accumulated $651 million overseas, leading to a gross of over $1 billion worldwide.

Toy Story 4 (2019) – $1.07 Billion

The latest and final film in the Toy Story franchise might still be in theaters, but it has already managed to pull in $381 million domestically and $866 million worldwide (as of July 23, 2019).

The new adventure explores what happens when Woody’s kid, Bonnie, makes her own toy using a spork and googly eyes. Things get even more intense when “Forky” runs away, and Woody runs into Bo Peep outside an old antique shop. Like the series’ early installments, the latest Toy Story movie is hilarious and just as tear-causing.

Incredibles 2 (2018) – $1.2 Billion

Incredible is the opening and also the ending of this highest grossing pixar movies list.

The superhero sequel to The Incredibles remains the highest-grossing Pixar film of all time, raking in $608 million domestically and $1.2 billion worldwide.

The new film—which takes place directly after the conclusion of the first one—explores Mrs. Incredible’s new secret missions that are designed to bring supers back into the spotlight. Meanwhile, Mr. Incredible must deal with the kids at home, learning to understand Violet’s boy problems, Dash’s homework, and Jack-Jack’s new powers.

Even though Pixar has ruled out the possibility of sequels for a while, cast members have expressed interest in a second sequel, and the rest of the team confirmed there is no shortage of ideas to run with in the future.

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