And she's still swimming! "Finding Dory," sequel to "Finding Nemo," crossed the $1 billion mark at the global box office over the weekend.

According to Box Office Mojo, the current worldwide gross is $1,001,480,568 -- with about $485 million from domestic audiences, and around $517 million from foreign markets.

As you can imagine, Disney is pretty proud of Ellen DeGeneres's forgetful blue tang, whose movie is now...

• the second Pixar film to join the billion club (after "Toy Story 3")

• the fifth highest-grossing animated film of all time (after "Frozen," "Minions," "Toy Story 3," and "Zootopia")

• the 27th highest-grossing film of all time (after these guys)

• 2016's third highest-grossing movie so far (after "Captain America: Civil War" and "Zootopia")

• and the fourth Disney film to join the billion club just in the past year (after "The Force Awakens," "Civil War," and "Zootopia")

You can bring "Finding Dory" home soon, with the film available on Digital HD October 25, then DVD and Blu-ray on November 15.

Meanwhile, we have some theories on why the rest of this past weekend's box office was less worthy of celebration.

[via: Entertainment Weekly]

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Finding Dory
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October 25, 2016
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