"Toy Story 3", the 3rd installment of the Toy Story franchise that helped propel Pixar into a major animation player, rocketed to first at the U.S. weekend box office pulling in $109 million in receipts. That makes the film the first Disney/Pixar release to top $100 million in its opening weekend and made it 11 consecutive box office weekend wins for Pixar. It is the best opening for the Toy Story franchise beating "Toy Story 1" and "Toy Story 2," which grossed $39.1 million and $83 million respectively in their opening weekends. It is also the best opening film debut for June. Worldwide, "Toy Story 3" was also a hit with $158.3 million for its global box office take. On Friday, "Toy Story 3" also set the record for biggest opening day for an animated film, grossing $41-million domestically.