There’s a lot of joy going on over there at Disney’s Burbank lot. The studio’s Pixar title Inside Out has racked up $701M as of Monday. That’s the fifth Pixar film and seventh Disney toon to do so.

On a global basis, Inside Out is the fifth-highest-grossing Pixar film after Toy Story 3 ($1.06B), Finding Image (3) Pixar-Logo__131009010300.jpg for post 654093Nemo ($936.7M), Monsters University ($743.6M) and Up ($731.3M). But with a gross of $343M at the domestic box office, the Peter Docter-Ronaldo Del Carmen film is the second-highest ever on original release, behind TS3 ($415M). Inside Out recently skipped past Finding Nemo‘s original theatrical U.S./Canada take of $339.7M. Inside Out‘s opened to $90.4M on June 19 against Universal’s second weekend of Jurassic World, which made $106.6M.

Overseas, Inside Out counts $358M, and that’s with Germany, Italy and China to come. The film is open in about 81% of the marketplace and hits Denmark, Finland, Sweden, and Singapore this weekend.