Monday, August 27, 2007

Big In Japan...

Pixar's "Ratatouille" hit the 3 billion yen ($25.9 million) mark in Japan, the first Hollywood animated film to surpass that mark since "The Lion King" opened there.

Variety says "Disney predicts that "Ratatouille" will surpass "Toy Story 2" (final B.O.: $29.7 million) to finish fourth all-time among Pixar toons in the Japanese market, after "Finding Nemo" ($94.8 million) "Monsters, Inc." ($80.7 million) and "The Incredibles" ($45.3 million)"... not bad for little rat, don't you think?

It may not make as much as "Cars", but it certainly is a hit... a slightly smaller one, but one with very strong legs...

Not bad at all.

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