RealD Reports Sharp Drop in Profits in Second Quarter
In after-hours trading, 3D technology company hit hard after reporting net income down from $9.6 million a year ago to $3 million.
Midyear Awards Report: Disney/DreamWorks/Pixar (Analysis)
Disney boasts not only the year's biggest box-office success ("The Avengers") but also top contenders for best picture ("Lincoln") and animated feature ("Brave").
Box Office Mid-Year Report: What’s Worrying Hollywood
Domestic revenue is at a record level, so why aren't studios smiling? Between the dramatic slide in 3D attendance and a string of jaw-dropping disappointments, there's little reason to celebrate.
Disney First Studio This Year to Cross $1 Bil in Domestic Grosses
Milestone reached Sunday as Pixar's "Brave" nears $175 million in North American grosses.
Hit Disney Film ‘Brave’ Is a Disappointment to Some on Wall Street
The Pixar movie opened at No. 1 with $66.7 million, but shares of Disney -- which bought the studio for $7.4 billion in 2006 -- dropped 1.6 percent Monday.
LAFF 2012: Dolby Projects Big Boom in Atmos Systems
The new sound format -- which debuted with Disney/Pixar's "Brave" -- is projected to be in nearly 1,000 theaters worldwide by the end of 2013.
Foreign Box Office: ‘Madagascar 3’ Tops Weak Weekend
Pixar's "Brave" ranked third internationally, while "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" finished outside the weekend's top five.
Box Office Report: ‘Brave’ Hits Bull’s-eye With $66.7 Mil; ‘Abraham Lincoln’ Soft With $16.5 Mil
Animation rules the weekend between "Brave" and rival "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted," which comes in No. 2; "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" draws mixed reaction from moviegoers.
Box Office Report: ‘Brave’ Fearless With $24.5 Mil Friday; ‘Abraham Lincoln’ Soft Bite
Pixar's animated tentpole could open north of $66 million, on par with "Cars 2"; fantasy epic "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" may not hit $17 million unless traffic picks up Saturday.
‘Brave’: What the Critics are Saying
THR gathers reviews from the nation's top critics for Pixar's latest film, directed by Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman.
Pixar’s ‘Brave’ Feminist Bet: Does a Princess Need Prince Charming? (Analysis)
With the independent, decidedly un-girly Merida, the studio is flipping the script on the traditional fairytale.
In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘Brave,’ ‘Abraham Lincoln,’ ‘Seeking a Friend’ and More
Wondering which film to go see this weekend? Check out what THR's critics say about the movies opening Friday.