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  1. Japan Box Office 2013: Animation Reigns Supreme, Hollywood Falters

    10:21 pm 1/12/2014

    Seven of the top ten hits of the year are animated, while Hollywood fare struggles to make an impact in a market it dominated a decade ago. Read more

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  2. 'Frozen' Director Wants to Break a Sci-Fi Blockbuster Barrier

    1:51 pm 12/17/2013

    Disney Animation's first female director tells THR she would have loved to work with renowned artist Glen Keane on "The Little Mermaid": "There was something so magical about that film." Read more

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  3. 'Despicable Me 2's' Mastermind: My Dad Was a Disruptor, Too

    12:46 pm 12/17/2013

    Chris Meledandri, whose sequel grossed almost $1 billion, recalls his fashion-designer father bringing Italian-style clothes to big cities: "If you were dressing in his clothes in New York or California, you were breaking a rule."Read more

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  4. Pixar vs. Disney Animation: John Lasseter's Tricky Tug-of-War

    5:00 am 12/4/2013

    "Frozen's" success shows the house that Walt built can compete with a sibling rival that is enduring layoffs and criticism of its sequel strategy even as box office booms.Read more

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  5. 'Frozen,' 'Croods' Among Annie Nominees for Best Animated Feature

    8:17 am 12/2/2013

    UPDATED: "Despicable Me 2," "Monsters University," "A Letter to Momo," "Ernest & Celestine" and "The Wind Rises" are also contenders in the top category.Read more

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  6. Pixar Laying Off 5 Percent of Headquarters Staff

    1:06 pm 11/22/2013

    The reduction follows the production delay for Disney division's next CGI movie, "The Good Dinosaur," now slated to premiere in 2015.Read more

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  7. Pixar to Receive 3D Society Honor

    7:52 pm 11/18/2013

    The "Monsters University" creators will be recognized Jan. 28 at the society's 5th annual Creative Arts Awards.Read more

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  8. Disney Betting on Pixar Movies, ABC Series in German Network Launch

    9:00 am 11/14/2013

    ABC Family's “Switched at Birth," Hallmark's "Cedar Cove" and Pixar classics will help form the lineup of the new free-TV Disney Channel, which bows in Germany January 17.Read more

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  9. Disney Quarterly Earnings Beat Expectations

    12:47 pm 11/7/2013

    The conglomerate's interactive unit swung to an operating profit after years of losses.Read more

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  10. Pixar Digs Up Old-School Editing Supplies to Save Ken Loach's Final Film

    9:32 am 10/29/2013

    The wizards behind Disney's "Monsters University" heeded the director's call for "numbering tape" -- a tool of the trade used by predigital movie editors.Read more

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