Tag: Pixar

Inside Out 2 is Pixar’s Highest-Grossing Movie Ever

Pixar’s Inside Out 2 has now outgrossed Incredibles 2 to become the studio’s top earner of all time. Domestically, the sequel to Pete Docter’s introspective, emotional journey has earned $543.5 million, pulling in $1.25 billion globally. For reference, in 2018, Incredibles 2 shattered...

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Box Office Breakdown for Weekend of 6/23/24

What’s up, Geeks + Gamers? It’s ODIN! Inside Out 2 Marches Closer to $1 Billion After the insane opening weekend Disney had with Inside Out 2 last week, this week saw the new Pixar film rake in another $100 million just from the domestic market, bringing its global total to a whopping $724,383,...

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REVIEW: Inside Out 2 (2024)

I usually do my best to go into a movie as open-minded as possible. However, I’ve been dreading Inside Out 2 for a while now. It’s no secret that Pixar (or, more accurately, their Disney overlords) have officially sold their souls to the devil to focus on sequels and franchises. Before that ...

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Inside Out 2 Surpasses Original in Ticket Pre-sales

Today, Fandango tweeted that Inside Out 2 has surpassed Inside Out (2015) in ticket pre-sales on their site. They also note that Inside Out 2’s performance makes it the highest ticket pre-seller from Pixar since 2019’s Toy Story 4. Check out the Tweet here:  I’m not surprised about this. For ...

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Pixar Seeks to Restore Reputation Through Sequels

Bloomberg UK ran an interesting piece yesterday about Pixar, their president, Jim Morris, and his strategy to regain the studio’s prestige. I recommend the whole piece for the interviews and even the header image. This image by artist Sean Dong shows various icons of Pixar’s past as well-loved t...

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Pixar Lays Off 14% of Workforce

The Hollywood Reporter exclusively reveals that Pixar will lay off 14% of its workforce, or roughly 175 employees. Before this reduction, 1,300 people worked for Pixar. Higher-ups will not be impacted. These cuts are part of Disney CEO Bob Iger’s ongoing cost-cutting measures. These cuts were firs...

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