The summer film season might soon get even more crowded. Pixar CEO Steve Jobs said in an investor conference call Thursday that the CGI studio is considering moving its future movies from a holiday…
Even $71 million didn't cut it for some Pixar investors, as the CGI animation studio saw its shares decline 6% Monday after the opening of "The Incredibles."
Moviegoers aren't the only ones buzzing about the positive reviews "The Incredibles" has been garnering. Investors rushed out Friday and loaded up on shares of the movie's producer, Pixar, pushing…
Make it six in a row for Pixar. The CGI studio extended its perfect streak with "The Incredibles," which opened at $70.7 million from 3,933 theaters. Disney set a slew of studio records this weekend.
At a conference of media mavens here Wednesday, Walt Disney Co. prexy Bob Iger continued to duck speculation that he is being groomed to succeed CEO Michael Eisner.
Since the collapse of its talks with Disney in January, computer animation powerhouse Pixar has uttered barely a peep about which studio will become its next partner starting in 2006.
Animation powerhouse Pixar had no news on the studio partnership front as it reported another boffo quarter's earnings thanks to stronger-than-expected sales of "Finding Nemo" on homevideo.
Yahoo! chief financial officer Susan Decker has been tapped to join the board of 3-D animation powerhouse Pixar.
Regardless of who becomes its new distribution partner, Pixar plans to start self-financing its own films in 2006 after its contract with Disney ends.
Outgoing Pixar animation chief financial officer Ann Mather has been named to the board of directors of Euro broadcast group Central European Media Enterprises.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Captain America: The Winter Soldier1Weekend:$26.6M Disney
Rio 22Weekend:$22.5M Fox
Heaven is for Real
Heaven is for Real3Weekend:$21.5M Sony / TriStar