Looks like Brad Pitt hasn’t faced his last zombie, as Paramount is planning a sequel to World War Z after the film opened strongly with a $111.8 million worldwide take.
The film opened with a domestic haul of $66 million, a performance that looks to have convinced Paramount to press on with its burgeoning franchise.
Paramount Chairman Rob Moore has confirmed to THR that the studio is actively developing a second film, with Pitt thought to be keen to return to a project he both produced and starred in.
Read what Brad Pitt had to say about a World War Z sequel when we spoke to him at the film's London premiere.
It’s a figure that makes Monsters Univesity one of the biggest ever Pixar openings, second only to the $110 million earned by Toy Story 3 in 2010.