Disney's toy chest has never been fuller.

'Toy Story 3' crossed the $1 billion mark worldwide this weekend ($1.012 billion, according to Box Office Mojo), making Disney the first company with two $1 billion blockbusters in the same year. 'Alice in Wonderland' earlier this year crossed that line; it now has $1.024 billion in worldwide box office.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Disney/Pixar's 'Toy Story 3' ranks seventh among all-time worldwide grossers while 'Alice' is in fifth place. Disney has one other title in the $1 billion club, 2006's 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest,' which ranks fourth with $1.066 billion. Disney's toy chest has never been fuller.

'Toy Story 3' crossed the $1 billion mark worldwide this weekend ($1.012 billion, according to Box Office Mojo), making Disney the first company with two $1 billion blockbusters in the same year. 'Alice in Wonderland' earlier this year crossed that line; it now has $1.024 billion in worldwide box office.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Disney/Pixar's 'Toy Story 3' ranks seventh among all-time worldwide grossers while 'Alice' is in fifth place. Disney has one other title in the $1 billion club, 2006's 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest,' which ranks fourth with $1.066 billion.

Other 'Toy Story 3' baubles: it ranks ninth in all-time domestic box office with $404.6 million and, internationally, has grossed more $592.9 million, making it Disney's largest overseas animated release.

3D fans take note: Three of the top seven movies passing the $1 billion mark have been in 3D: 'Toy Story 3,' 'Alice' and, of course, the highest grossing film of all time ($2.74 billion) Fox's 'Avatar.'
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