Disney/Pixar’s “Inside Out” has crossed the $500 million mark at the global box office, becoming the eighth consecutive Pixar film to reach the milestone.

“Inside Out” eclipsed the mark on Tuesday and stood at $510.1 million as of Wednesday, according to the studio. This is Disney’s third release of the year to reach the half-billion-dollar threshold, joining “Avengers: Age of Ultron” ($1.39 billion) and “Cinderella” ($539 million).

With a domestic total of $311.5 million, “Inside Out” is the third highest grossing Pixar film of all time — even though it won only one weekend at the box office. Its third weekend edged Universal’s “Jurassic World” over the Fourth of July holiday, with $29.8 million in the U.S.

Internationally, “Inside Out” has opened in 61% of the marketplace with $198.6 million. The animated film opens in the U.K. this weekend, and will launch in Germany and Italy later this summer.

Its U.S. debut of $90.4 million on June 19 was the biggest opening ever for an original property.