"To infinity and beyond" continues to be a fitting mantra for Toy Story 3, which broke a handful of records by pulling in $109 million this weekend. The final installment of the franchise is now Pixar's biggest opener ever and its 11th straight flick to debut at the top of the box office. Though it lags behind Shrek the Third, which bagged $122.5 its first weekend, Toy Story 3's $41 million Friday gross was the biggest opening day for any animated picture. Sales for Woody and Buzz's third pic were boosted by the higher prices for its 3-D tickets. Meanwhile, Josh Brolin and Megan Fox's comic book adaptation Jonah Hex, on the other hand, does not have as much to celebrate: It took in an anemic $5.1 million, making it the second-worst debut of any movie this year.