Friday Box Office: "Cars" Raced to $19.3M Finish

by | June 10, 2006 | Comments

Pixar’s new animated feature "Cars" finished first on Friday with an estimated $19.3M, according to BoxOfficeMojo.com. Although not as well-reviewed as previous Pixar productions, this opening day gross is on par with the $20M debuts of their previous two features, "The Incredibles" and "Finding Nemo." Both of those films went on to finish their respective weekend with about $70M, which is probably the same number "Cars" will do when the weekend’s over.

Featuring the voices of Paul Newman and Owen Wilson, "Cars" tells the tale of a hotshot race car who gets sidetracked in a small town, and learns a thing or two about friendship and humility in the process.

Tag Cloud

Cosplay Tomatazos Rocky animated Ghostbusters HBO anthology 21st Century Fox Grammys streaming unscripted Country sitcom WGN BBC Disney Channel Quiz 2017 Spectrum Originals Sundance ratings Sci-Fi space spinoff Freeform zero dark thirty GLAAD Bravo Writers Guild of America Kids & Family technology aliens 2015 Mary Tyler Moore television Pirates jamie lee curtis what to watch LGBT FX USA Network Nominations SXSW YouTube Premium Vudu Syfy Marathons MCU supernatural Trailer BBC America Comedy Emmys crime Fox News elevated horror Starz adventure sequel Biopics Superheroe police drama psychological thriller GIFs spider-man nature singing competition natural history Podcast historical drama DGA robots CBS X-Men Comics on TV ESPN serial killer miniseries NBC Film Festival Christmas Summer cats Marvel Trophy Talk Disney Video Games Amazon Prime strong female leads Acorn TV TIFF travel Brie Larson SDCC MSNBC Photos psycho First Look RT History El Rey BET Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Drama Pop doctor who Nickelodeon Winners Calendar Fall TV green book Paramount Apple ABC toy story Fantasy Ovation FOX A&E Spring TV Anna Paquin New York Comic Con See It Skip It Britbox CNN finale Thanksgiving Creative Arts Emmys crime drama Super Bowl talk show OWN 007 VH1 Showtime Reality Competition casting facebook E3 composers Cannes Epix PBS Food Network TCM festivals American Society of Cinematographers Tarantino Musicals witnail Lifetime AMC docudrama Schedule Music zombies Election APB 2016 Toys National Geographic romance Captain marvel cults true crime justice league The Arrangement TNT Logo ABC Family science fiction Cartoon Network Best and Worst Black Mirror vampires The Witch Set visit Elton John DC Comics 45 Ellie Kemper 20th Century Fox thriller Action Heroines Shondaland E! Teen cooking History Oscars USA Amazon CMT IFC Extras dragons game show blaxploitation crossover TLC spy thriller binge Columbia Pictures mockumentary zombie Mary Poppins Returns 2018 teaser Star Wars IFC Films LGBTQ Year in Review Martial Arts Esquire Adult Swim Valentine's Day Animation Mindy Kaling MTV CBS All Access President cops Rocketman diversity Comedy Central Musical TBS Character Guide TCA Western dc Women's History Month Polls and Games politics Red Carpet TCA 2017 YA richard e. Grant Lucasfilm 24 frames based on movie Infographic adaptation Chilling Adventures of Sabrina boxoffice biography Hulu Pride Month Holidays political drama Sundance Now Netflix Mystery Comic Book social media YouTube Red Watching Series GoT Crackle Walt Disney Pictures TruTV Dark Horse Comics PaleyFest Masterpiece transformers discovery Song of Ice and Fire ITV Awards Tour Awards Opinion SundanceTV Box Office Lionsgate war dramedy Warner Bros. medical drama Premiere Dates Reality Mudbound Rock comic Certified Fresh San Diego Comic-Con Paramount Network period drama award winner Sneak Peek harry potter DC streaming service Interview cinemax dceu TV Land Stephen King Pet Sematary disaster Star Trek Superheroes Chernobyl Sony Pictures comiccon golden globes Tumblr TV Pixar Winter TV mutant theme song FXX anime VICE Spike Mary poppins The CW CW Seed hist DC Universe Universal sports Countdown Shudder Nat Geo DirecTV Trivia Rom-Com 2019 Horror RT21 NYCC crime thriller