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Box Office Performance for Digital Animation Movies in 2010

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RankMovieRelease
Date
GenreMPAA
Rating
2010 GrossTickets Sold
1 Toy Story 3 6/18/2010 Adventure G $415,004,880 52,598,844
2 Despicable Me 7/9/2010 Adventure PG $251,203,225 31,838,178
3 Shrek Forever After 5/21/2010 Adventure PG $238,736,787 30,258,148
4 How to Train Your Dragon 3/26/2010 Adventure PG $217,581,231 27,576,835
5 Tangled 11/24/2010 Adventure PG $167,821,986 21,270,213
6 Megamind 11/5/2010 Adventure PG $144,192,018 18,275,287
7 Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole 9/24/2010 Adventure PG $55,549,823 7,040,535
8 Alpha and Omega 3D 9/17/2010 Adventure PG $25,107,267 3,182,163
9 Planet 51 11/20/2009 Adventure PG $2,623,491 332,508
10 The Polar Express 11/10/2004 Adventure G $672,796 85,272
11 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 9/18/2009 Adventure PG $605,368 76,726
12 Disney's A Christmas Carol 11/6/2009 Drama PG $411,946 52,211
13 Astro Boy 10/23/2009 Adventure PG $98,708 12,511
14 Gedo Senki (Tales from Earthsea) 8/13/2010 Adventure PG-13 $48,658 6,167
15 Terkel i knibe 3/26/2010 Adventure Not Rated $40,621 5,148
Total Gross of All Movies$1,519,698,805
Total Tickets Sold192,610,746

Note: This chart ranks movies by the amount they earned during 2010. It includes movies released in previous years that earned money during 2010. For example, a movie released over Thanksgiving in 2010 will most likely earn money in 2010 and 2011. Click on the individual movie to see its total gross over all the years in which it played.

Inflation-adjusted figures are based ticket sale estimates, and may not be precise due to rounding errors.

Our Theatrical Market pages are based on the Domestic Theatrical Market performance only. The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).

The yearly amounts on our Theatrical Market pages are based on box office years. Each box office year starts on the first Monday of the year, so the previous year ends on the Sunday before the first Monday. For example, the "2017 box office year" started on January 2, 2017 so the "2016 box office year" ended on Sunday, January 1, 2017.

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