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American Animated Films Raise Their Sights
November 06, 2007
American computer-animated feature films have adopted different strategies to become one of the most popular modern film genres.
'Ratatouille' Tops Willis' 'Die Hard'
July 01, 2007
The animated rats of Pixar's Ratatouille easily spoiled Bruce Willis' return to the screen as the blue collar cop John McClane.
Spidey Still Boffo Overseas
May 20, 2007
Shrek the Third set a new 3-day opening record for animated films earning an estimated $122 million.
Gangster Flick is #1
October 08, 2006
Ace director Martin Scorsese earned his first number one finish in fifteen years with The Departed , a star-studded remake of the Hong Kong film Infernal Affairs.
X-Men at $224 Million
June 25, 2006
Adam Sandler's Click took the top spot at the weekend box office, while Pixar's Cars remained solidly in second place.
'F&F: Tokyo Drift' Opens Strong
June 18, 2006
Pixar's Cars topped the weekend box office for the second straight week, taking in an estimated $31.1 million.
May 17, 2006
Focus Features, a division of NBC Universal, has picked up the world distribution rights to Coraline , the stop-motion film based on Neil Gaiman' children's novel.
'Eureka 7' Wins 'Best TV Series'
March 28, 2006
Eureka 7 topped the Television category at the 5th Annual Tokyo Anime Awards.
The 8th Pixar Feature
March 13, 2006
Brad Bird, the award-winning director of The Incredibles , will direct Ratatouille .
Pixar Team Takes Over Disney Animation
January 24, 2006
Disney is acquiring Pixar Animation Studios, which created the Toy Story franchise, Finding Nemo , and The Incredibles , for stock worth $7.4 billion.