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Recent hits were discounted for Black Friday, with "Turbo" and "The Great Gatsby" also performing well. READ MORE
MTG picked up a slew of first-run features from Disney including “Iron Man 3,” “Thor: The Dark World” and “Wreck-It-Ralph.” READ MORE
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
Local industry groups asked the U.K.'s top retail giants to predict what would be this holiday season's Blu-ray and DVD bestsellers. READ MORE
Two new Sony Pictures releases, "Grown Ups 2" and "White House Down," posed a strong challenge. READ MORE
The conglomerate's interactive unit swung to an operating profit after years of losses. READ MORE
On Blu-ray Disc, second-ranked "R.I.P.D." sold just 15 percent as many high-definition discs as the Disney/Pixar title in its first week. READ MORE
"Despicable Me 2," "Monsters University" and "Frozen" are among the films submitted for the 86th Academy Awards. READ MORE
Netflix will have exclusive Dutch subscription VOD rights for Disney titles. READ MORE
Most of the nominees are sequels, including "Despicable Me 2," "Fast & Furious 6," "Hangover 3," "Iron Man 3," 'Monsters University," "Man of Steel," "Star Trek" and "Wolverine." READ MORE
The animated film's director and producer and the action film's VFX supervisor will accept the honors at the Hollywood Film Awards' gala ceremony on Oct. 21. READ MORE
A healthy crop of midrange and smaller pics fueled the boom, along with select tentpoles led by "Iron Man 3"; in the U.S., 3D attendance falls to an all-time low.
Pixar's animated sequel is the fourth top-grossing film of the year to date. READ MORE
"Star Trek Into Darkness" bows at number four with a $2.5 million three-day opening on nearly 700 screens, while Miyazaki stays at number one despite the controversy around his film. READ MORE
The "SNL" alumnus, who lent his voice to "Monsters University" and will be heard in the upcoming "The Good Dinosaur" and "Inside Out," makes a humorous bid to replace John Ratzenberger. READ MORE
Earnings beat expectations in fiscal Q3 despite big marketing costs for the Johnny Depp-starring movie, but the bomb's effects won't be fully felt until the next quarter. READ MORE
Amy Miles, CEO of the giant theater chain, says she is "optimistic" about the current quarter. READ MORE
Following a strong bow last weekend, the Pixar prequel looks set to match the $75 million that "Monsters Inc" grossed in Japan in 2002. READ MORE
The Pixar prequel to "Monsters, Inc." had the biggest opening weekend gross ever for an animated feature in the territory. READ MORE
Paul Feig's R-rated comedy stars Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock; "White House Down," starring Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx, could prove to be a big disappointment for Roland Emmerich. READ MORE
The monsters head to college to receive their degrees in frightening children.
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