Toys Tell the Biggest Tale

Toy Story 4 brought out the child in all of us this first weekend of summer, coming in first at the family-friendly loving domestic box office. It was a demonic kind of Child’s Play for a decidedly-not favored (but classic nonetheless) toy, Aladdin and genie still had many movie wishes left to grant and Men in Black: International received another warm coast-to-coast welcome while The Secret Life of Pets 2 continued to speak to our littlest moviegoers.
School was officially out for summer and childhood reminiscing was never sweeter as moviegoers discovered play can be both heavenly and horrifying as alienation oddly competed with animation.
Which of our heaven-sent tales entertainingly invaded your weekend?
Estimated Domestic Box Office Results:
1.Toy Story 4 $118 million.
2. Child’s Play $14.1 million.
3. Aladdin $12.2 million.
4. Men in Black: International 10.8 $million.
5. The Secret Life of Pets 2 $10.3 million.

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