Toy Story 4 put together an impressive weekend, as the Pixar sequel dominated the box office. 

The movie grossed $118 million on its opening weekend, making it one of the biggest ever for an animated film, according to The Hollywood ReporterToy Story 4 didn't just wow domestic audiences, it also pulled in $120 million internationally, giving it $238 million in total, which is a record for animated films.

Although this was a massive haul, Toy Story 4 still fell victim to the overall decline in ticket sales. Before its release, insiders projected the film to earn between $140 and $160 million in the North American market. Despite falling short, the film is far from a disappointment. Toy Story 4 is fourth on the list of highest grossing animated films, sitting behind Incredibles 2, Finding Dory, and Shrek The Third. It's also worth noting that Toy Story 4 had direct competition from Illumination's The Secret Life of Pets 2

Toy Story 4's huge opening was the only bright spot for this weekend's box office. United Artists' Child's Play reboot only grossed $14 million.That wasn't nearly as bad as Anna which failed to make a dent altogether. The Luc Besson crime saga only generated $3.5 million in ticket sales, making it the worst opening of his career.