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Disney’s Big Hero 6 has become the highest-grossing animated feature of 2014.

The film surpassed $400 million at the international box office this weekend, resulting in a total global gross of $621 million, Deadline reports.

Inspired by the Marvel Comic series, Big Hero 6 follows 14-year-old Hiro, his unusual group of friends and the loveable healthcare android Baymax as they become unlikely heroes in the quest to find Hiro’s stolen microbots.

The Oscar-winning film’s success means that it has also replaced Tangled to become Disney’s third biggest animated release, with Frozen and The Lion King taking the two top spots. Elsewhere,

Dreamworks’ How To Train Your Dragon 2 has earned $618 million worldwide, while The Lego Movie has taken $468 million.