Pixar may have won seven of the past 12 Oscars in the best animated feature category, but it will have to sit back and support sibling toon studio Walt Disney Animation as it competes in the category…
Japanese pics again delivered a solid beating to the Hollywood competition at the local box office in 2013.
Gross box office in Hong Kong pushed ahead by a modest 4.2% in 2013 to hit US$210 million.
Powered by the year’s top-grossing release, “Iron Man 3,” Disney just scored a company best in domestic box office, surpassing the studio’s previous record of $1.55 billion set last year…
If Pixar's "Monsters University" scores an Oscar nomination for animated feature, producer Kori Rae will be celebrating with a spouse who knows firsthand what that feels like.
Of the 10 pics to have earned more than $500 million at the 2013 box office, three are animated features. Considering what big business toons represent today, it's no surprise that the studios…
The International 3D & Advanced Imaging Society will honor Pixar Animation Studios with the Sir Charles Wheatstone Award for creative excellence. The award will be presented at the fifth annual…
The race for noms is open and could orchestrate surprises.
Of the year's 10 top-grossing films, three fit what the Academy celebrates via its 13-years-young animated feature category: "Despicable Me 2," "Monsters University" and "The Croods."
The Walt Disney Co. ended its fiscal year on a high note — a very high note. Strong ratings at its broadcast and cable networks, busy theme parks and hit films like "Iron Man 3" and "Monsters…
After hitting an all-time high last quarter 2013, the domestic average ticket price decreased significantly to $7.84 per ticket during the third quarter, driven down more than 6% by the success of…
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