TOY STORY 3's profits soared to infinity and beyond this year (10) - it's been named the highest-grossing film of 2010.
In a list dominated by family-friendly movies, the latest installment in the computer-animated franchise - with characters voiced by Tom Hanks and Tim Allen - raked in over $1.06 billion at the worldwide box office following its release in the summer (10).
Tim Burton's fantasy film Alice in Wonderland, starring Johnny Depp, came second in the list after taking $1.02 billion and the first of the two-part Harry Potter swansong movie - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 - is third with $861 million (£574 million).
The fourth highest-grossing picture of the year is sci-fi movie Inception, with earnings of $825 million (£550 million), and Shrek Forever After is fifth with $740 million (£493 million).
The top 10 is rounded out by The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, Iron Man 2, Despicable Me, Clash of the Titans, and How To Train Your Dragon.
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