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Tag Archives: box office
Congratulations to the team at Walt Disney Animation Studios who managed a strong weekend at the box office, despite the impact of Superstorm Sandy on much of the east coast. $49.1 Million is the estimated intake for Wreck-it Ralph’s opening … Continue reading
The latest box office report looks both good and bad for Disney. Finding Nemo 3D managed to come in second place in a weak weekend box office with $17.5 million domestic and $5.1 million foreign. The silver lining is that … Continue reading
Marvel’s The Avengers has passed a significant milestone flying past the $1.5 billion mark at the worldwide box office. This includes a healthy $620 million domestically. $1.5B is third place on the all time box office list, but still $600 … Continue reading
Recently some rumors (though some sources are calling it fact, but you can never tell with Pixar) came out stating that Finding Nemo 2 was being made under Andrew Stanton’s direction and that Toy Story 4 was in the works … Continue reading