Monsters University News
collider.com – The Annie Awards, which awards animation and not ginger orphans, have announced their 2013 nominations. Leading the pack are Disney's Frozen and Pixar's Monsters University with each film picking up ten nominations. The other nominees for Best Animated Feature are A Letter to Momo, Despicable Me 2, Ernest & Celestine, The Croods, and The Wind Rises. 1 week 1 day ago via brucelee
Chinese Box Office: "Elysium" Debuts with Solid $11.8M; "The Stolen Years" Ups Total to $19.5M; "Jurassic Park 3D" Plummets
11:12 AM 9/11/2013 by Senh Duong
Neill Blomkamp’s scifi thriller “Elysium” debuted in China last week to a solid $11.8M after four days, according EntGroup. The Matt Damon starrer has taken in $85.4M domestically and $212M worldwide. Produced for an expensive $115M (and millions more for marketing), it’ll need home video sales to get into the black because studios only get 40-50% of the box office revenue.
9:30 AM 9/3/2013 by Senh Duong
The 3D re-release of Steven Spielberg’s “Jurassic Park” topped the chart again in China with another $17M, upping its total to a gigantic $50M. That’s better than the $45M it chomped up from the U.S. back in April. At its current rate, it has a chance to get into the $70M range, which would make it the third highest grossing American film in that region this year.
3:18 PM 7/7/2013 by Logan Falk
These past couple weekends have been dominated by family films—this weekend especially, there was just no contest between the new releases. While both films made it to the top of the charts, one did so easily, and the other is barely clinging to its spot, with holdout films snapping at its heels.
11:14 AM 6/30/2013 by Logan Falk
The box office charts served as a nice piece of vindication for Pixar this weekend—anybody who was skeptical of the merit and success of Monsters University has only to look at the charts to see they underestimated Pixar’s latest.
8:39 PM 6/23/2013 by Logan Falk
This weekend proved very lucrative for this latest batch of new releases—both films outdid their expected range of opening weekend revenues, and in a big way.
5:20 PM 6/21/2013 by Jeff Giles
It's exquisitely appropriate that Monsters University is set in a school, because anyone who's had the misfortune of moving up through the grades after an exceptional sibling can understand the frustration the folks at Pixar must have felt every time they've released a new movie during the post-Toy Story 3 era.