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‘Shrek 2’ Tops ‘Nemo’ to Become No 1 Animated Film
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – “Shrek 2,” the movie about the big green ogre and his princess bride Fiona, topped last year’s “Finding Nemo” to become the highest-grossing animated film of all time in the United States and Canada, DreamWorks said on Monday.
Through Sunday, the computer-animated film had sold $354 million worth of tickets at U.S. and Canadian box offices, according to box office tracking service Exhibitor Relations Inc.
That beats “Nemo,” last year’s big hit from Pixar Animation Studios Inc. and the Walt Disney Co., which earned $339.8 million on a comparable basis as well as 1994’s Disney hit “The Lion King,” which for years reigned as the leading animated box office hit with $328.4 million.
“Shrek 2” is now No. 9 on the list of all-time box office hits in North America, ahead of No. 10 “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers” ($340 million) and poised to overtake No. 8 “Jurassic Park” (356.7 million).
“Shrek 2” was produced and distributed by privately held DreamWorks SKG.