Disney/Pixar’s Wall•E made $8.8M yesterday, bringing its domestic cume to an impressive $103M and on its way to post the third best 10-day total in Pixar history and 5th highest for any animated film with a projected $133M. Meanwhile DreamWorks Animation’s critically acclaimed blockbuster hit Kung Fu Panda grossed an additional $2M on Friday and might top Madagascar‘s $193.6M by Monday to become the second biggest original film in the studio’s history. Both movies are also expected to perform strongly overseas, proving once again the unparalleled appeal of quality animated films worldwide. Update: Wall•E grossed an estimated $33M over the 3-day weekend for a cume of $127.6M, a bit less than originally projected and the 6th highest 10-day total for an animated film behind The Simpsons Movie‘s $128.06M. Kung Fu Panda stayed on track with $7.5M only a hair away from Madagascar with $193.3M to date.