Graphic shorts and animated movies continue to reign supreme at the top of the film calendar this year.
That includes a handful of movies that were released before the summer started and have only recently become available for streaming.
The year was marked by a big release for a new animated feature film from Disney’s Pixar Animation Studios, which debuted at No. 1 on the box office chart in its home country.
The animated film, Coco, stars Anna Kendrick, Emma Stone, Josh Gad, Jason Sudeikis, and Paul Rudd.
The film, which opened in the U.S. on July 31, will gross $9.2 million on a $50 million budget.
The next release is a live-action remake of the Disney cartoon series Star Wars, which came out on March 16, and the Disney animated film Cars 3, which is now on its third frame.
Both films are in theaters now.
The last film to reach No. 2 was Universal’s animated family comedy, Disney’s Big Hero 6, which scored an $8 million opening weekend, the best for a film in the franchise’s history.
The sequel, Big Hero 5, opens in theaters on May 7, and it is expected to be the biggest opening for a Disney animated movie in more than 20 years.
The third-biggest debut of the year was Pixar’s Toy Story 3, whose debut on June 11 earned $8.2 billion.
The movie, which stars Chris Pratt, Kate Mara, Max Greenfield, John Goodman, and Woody Harrelson, earned $6.7 million from 4,957 locations, which was a major advance for a $200 million production.
The Pixar film is scheduled for a July 24, 2018, release.
The fourth-bigger debut was the animated film Moana, which grossed $5.3 million from 3,087 locations.
Moana is based on the best-selling animated book by Maui creator Eiichiro Oda, and has earned more than $1 billion in sales.
Moas debut in North America on July 28.
The Disney-animated animated film has been the biggest-grossing film of the past 10 years, having earned $15.9 billion worldwide.
It is currently the second-highest grossing film in history in China, after Avatar.
The first-place film, Captain America: Civil War, opened in theaters in the summer of 2016.