The smooth-talking, endearing feline may or may not be able to fulfill his last wish, but DreamWorks has had their wish granted. Puss in Boots: The Last Wish has become one of the animation studio's biggest films to date, maintaining its impressive run on Sunday, crossing $297 million in revenue at the global box office. Not only did DreamWorks achieve a significant milestone, but the animation scene in general, welcomed the film as the third-largest animated movie during the pandemic era, trailing only Universal Pictures' Minions: The Rise of Gru and Sing 2.
Puss has certainly enjoyed his nine lives with all of these earnings, expanding into new markets such as India, Mexico, Brazil, and Germany, among other countries that saw considerable box office revenue. Puss in Boots: The Last Wish opened with $184 million on 731 screens in India. In Germany, The Last Wish surpassed Sing 2's lifetime total with another $12.5 million this weekend, while its weekend gross in Brazil increased by $1.6 million to reach $9.6 million.