Pixar’s sequel Finding Dory has become the fourth Disney title this year to cross the $900M mark after Captain America: Civil War ($1.15B), Zootopia ($1B) and The Jungle Book ($949M). And get this — even with $423.5M in overseas grosses, Finding Dory still has more waters to swim into including Italy and Germany.

The follow-up to 2004’s Finding Nemo opened on June 17 with $135M, the biggest opening ever for an animated film at the domestic B.O. and the third best debut of the year. At $476.9M stateside, it’s the highest-grossing film of the year to date, and No. 7 on the all-time list at the domestic B.O. It’s also the No. 9 animated pic worldwide. Dory is the third highest-grossing Pixar title of all-time, behind Toy Story 3 ($1.06B global B.O.) and the lifetime gross of Finding Nemo (lifetime global B.O. $936M).