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Mike Colter Talks Marvel Security And Who He Beat Out To Play Luke Cage Mike Colter, star of Marvel’s Luke Cage, visited with Conan O’Brien and talked about the incredible level of security Marvel has for their scripts. There is also a silly moment where who he might’ve beaten out for the role comes us… or not, but it would made for a very different series. Mike Colter Talks Marvel Security And Who He Beat Out To Play Luke Cage

Cool Stuff: Mark Englert’s ‘The Good Dinosaur’ Print Even though Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur wasn’t able to beat out The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 for the holiday box office last weekend, it still took the #2 spot. And if you fell in love with the dinosaur Arlo and his new friend Spot, Mark Englert has delivered a lovely The Good Dinosaur print that you might want to hang out your wall.

Box Office: More Joy for "Inside Out" As It Passes $700M Worldwide

11:40 AM 8/27/2015 by Senh Duong
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According to Deadline.com, Pixar’s “Inside Out” just passed $700M at the box office worldwide, the fifth film to do this at the animation studio. Globally, it ranks behind “Toy Story 3” ($1.1B), “Finding Nemo” ($896M), “Monsters University” ($744M), and “Up” ($731M).

Box Office: "Inside Out" Passes "Finding Nemo" As Pixar's Top-Grossing Original Film

9:52 AM 8/21/2015 by Senh Duong
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On Tuesday, August 18th, “Inside Out’s” total box office reached $340.1M, passing that of the initial release of “Finding Nemo” ($339.7M) to become Pixar’s top grossing original film. This excludes the additional $41M the 3D re-release of “Nemo” took in a few years ago. To keep things simple, we’re only counting how much each film made when they were first released; otherwise, things can get pretty messy with re-releases (How many times has “Star Wars” been re-released?).

Box Office: In A Few Days, "Inside Out" Will Become Pixar's Highest Grossing Original Film

2:26 PM 8/16/2015 by Senh Duong
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I’m taking a break from telling you how huge a hit “Straight Outta Compton” has become to bring your attention to another “Out” movie. Pixar’s “Inside Out” has been out of the top ten at the domestic box office for a few weeks already, but in another couple of days, it will surpass “Finding Nemo” as the animated studio’s highest-grossing original feature; this excludes the additional $41M that the 3D re-release of “Nemo” banked.

Weekend Box Office Wrap-Up: July 19, 2015 Once again, Marvel won the box office this weekend, showing that even their smallest heroes can post big numbers. Coming in #1 this week is Ant-Man (read our review), which made $58 million over its first three days. That may seem like a low figure, especially for Marvel Studios (it’s actually their lowest opening weekend since 2008’s The Incredible Hulk), but things are a lot better than they initially seem. For starters, this is still a strong turnout for a property as obscure as something like Ant-Man.

Alan Taylor says there are answers to 'Terminator Genisys' questions -- they're just not in the movie Terminator Genisys has left many, at best, curious and, at worst, utterly confused about some of its time-travel plot machianations. And in a recent interview, the film’s director, Alan Taylor, acknowledged several key points in the film don’t make much sense. And for now, he’s okay with...

‘Terminator Genisys’ Time Travel & Mid-Credits Scene Explained Alan Taylor’s franchise refresh/retcon Terminator Genisys has opened to mixed reviews (read our Terminator Genisys review) but, with series star Arnold Schwarzenegger returning as a T-800 hero, plenty of moviegoers are headed back to the theater for the latest chapter of humanity’s battle with Skynet.

Weekend Box Office Wrap-up: June 21, 2015   Dinosaurs ruled the box office once again this week, but they got their money’s worth from a record-breaking effort for Pixar. Repeating at #1 this weekend is Jurassic World, which fell a better-than-expected 51.1 percent and grossed $102 million during it second weekend. That is only slightly below the second weekend record posted by The Avengers in 2012 ($103 million), illustrating that the hype surrounding the film is in no real danger of dying down just yet.

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