Madeline Downey takes to the skies with the cast of this all-new animated adventure from high above the World of Cars. On Blu-ray for the holidays.Ryan J. Downey
We're the Millers comes in second with $25.7 million and Disney's Planes does a decent descent into $21 million for third place.B. Alan Orange
Or can the comedy We're the Millers and the fantasy sequel Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters pull ahead at the box office during this busy weekend?
Dane Cook stars as Dusty Crophopper, who must overcome his fear of heights to compete in an aerial racing competition, in theaters August 9th.
Celebrate Takeoff Tuesdays with a look at Carlos Alazraqui's Mexican racing legend in director Klay Hall's August comedy.
Dane Cook voices Dusty, a cropdusting plane trying to battle his fear of heights and enter an elite racing competition.
Dane Cook stars as Dusty Crophopper, a cropduster who has dreams of aerial racing in this animated comedy from director Klay Hall.
Dusty Crophopper races with fighter jets Bravo and Echo in this scene from Klay Hall's animated spin-off of Cars, in theaters August 9th.
Dane Cook and Roger Craig Smith's characters are featured with El Chupacabra, played by Carlos Alazraqui, in this one-sheet for the animated comedy.
Klay Hall is directing this animated family movie about Dusty, a crop dusting plane that dreams of winning an aerial race.
The comedian will provide the voice of Dusty Crophopper, a cropdusting plane who has a fear of heights in Disney's 3D animated comedy.
Jon Cryer portrays Dusty Crophopper in Disney's animated spin-off of Cars, arriving in theaters August 9th.
Originally slated for home video, Jon Cryer stars as Dusty Crophopper, a lowly cropduster who dreams of entering an aerial race, despite his fear of heights.
DisneyToon Studios' animated spin-off of Pixar's Cars will go straight to Blu-ray and DVD in the Spring of 2013.
This straight-to-video Cars spin-off will center on a small-town plane who aspires to fly in the world's biggest air race.