Early Toy Story 4 tracking points to a franchise-high opening weekend at the box office

While Toy Story 3 is seen by many fans as the perfect conclusion to the story of Woody, Buzz and the gang, it seems there’s still plenty of excitement for the fourth instalment in the beloved Disney-Pixar series, as Box Office Pro is reporting that Toy Story 4 is tracking a rather healthy domestic opening weekend of between $105 million and $130 million.

Should it reach the top end of that range, Toy Story 4 would surpass its 2010 predecessor’s franchise record opening weekend of $110 million, although it would fall short of Finding Dory’s $135 million and Pixar’s record opener Incredibles 2, which debuted to $182.7 million last year.

It’s worth noting that these are just early tracking estimates, and will likely change as the marketing campaign continues and early reactions and reviews hit ahead of the film’s June 21st release.

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