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Narnia: Interview with two young stars

I’m betting that somewhere in Burbank there are a lot of crossed fingers and rabbit’s feet right now. They’ll need all the luck they can’t to break out of the Hollywood Box Office slump. The studio is trying to tap into the audiences of both Harry Potter and Lord of The Rings with the Narnia… Read More »Narnia: Interview with two young stars

Sky High, a hit for Disney?

Sky High did okay for itself at the box office this weekend earning a respectable 3rd place and $14.6 million for its debut. The film is well on its way to recouping its estimated $40 million production costs. No, it’s not a big summer hit for Disney, but it is a film you can take… Read More »Sky High, a hit for Disney?

Herbie: Fully Loaded

The movie premiere looked like fun. No celebrities were sprayed in the face with water. And reviews are trickling in. Will Lindsay Lohan and Herbie, the lovable bug himself, be able to pull in viewers during this downward trend at the box office? Maybe NASCAR Nation will turn out to see their favorite drivers on… Read More »Herbie: Fully Loaded

Pixar vs. Disney: Negotiations In Progress?

Business Week Online has an article with another look at the complex negotiations between Pixar and Disney for a future partnership. Of interest here is the theory that Pixar’s move to push Cars release date to summer signifies a step by Pixar into Disney’s traditional summer playground. As a negotiating tatic it’s bold saying that… Read More »Pixar vs. Disney: Negotiations In Progress?

Narnia, the next big thing?

Disney’s filming a ‘live action’ version of the Chronicles of Narnia. Some artwork made it onto the net this weekend. C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien were contemporaries and there is hope up in Burbank that this will be the next Lord of The Rings, or even Harry Potter, at the box office. If not there’s… Read More »Narnia, the next big thing?

Pretty Decent Weekend for Disney

Looks like Disney had a pretty decent weekend at the box office holding the 1st, 2nd, and 8th spots on the chart. This almost makes up for the string of flops they suffered earlier in the year. Any one care to predict the final take for The Incredibles? Will it beat Finding Nemo‘s $340 million?

The Incredibles, Box Office Winner Again

The numbers are in and it looks like The Incredibles has had another spectacular weekend bringing in $54.1 million and placing it atop the weekend earning chart. Earning over $144 million in ten days, The Incredibles is on the pace to match the success of Finding Nemo.