Infographic: 20 Years of Pixar
Inside Out may not have dethroned Jurassic World, the Tyrannosaurus Rex of the summer box office, when it made its debut in theaters. But Pixar’s 15th feature-length movie still pulled in more than $90 million. That smashes the record for the biggest opening weekend box office gross for an original film (previously James Cameron’s Avatar, with $77 million in 2009), and proves that Pixar still has it.
What began as a division of Lucasfilm, known as The Graphics Group, that started making computer-animated short films in the ’80s has been a blockbuster juggernaut for two decades. Pixar movies might be made for kids, but lots of the kids that grew up with Toy Story and A Bug’s Life have kids of their own now, and still enjoy the stories as much as they ever have. Admit it: You’re an adult, and you still bawled your eyes out during that part of Toy Story 3. (You know the one.)
We made this infographic to take a quick look back at all 15 Pixar movies to date. And yes, we know that The Good Dinosaur will be making that 16 before 2015 is over.
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