And she's still swimming! "Finding Dory," sequel to "Finding Nemo," crossed the $1 billion mark at the global box office over the weekend.
According to Box Office Mojo, the current worldwide gross is $1,001,480,568 -- with about $485 million from domestic audiences, and around $517 million from foreign markets.
As you can imagine, Disney is pretty proud of Ellen DeGeneres's forgetful blue tang, whose movie is now.
The Pixar sequel is the fourth Disney title this year to cross the $900M mark after Captain America: Civil War ($1.15B), Zootopia ($1B) and The Jungle Book ($949M). And get this — even with $423.5M in overseas grosses, Finding Dory ...
The Disney/Pixar sequel the third film this year to cross that box-office milestone, after "Captain America: Civil War" and "Zootopia." The post Finding Dory Swims Past $1 Billion at Global Box Office appeared first on CBR.com.