Here’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. Monsters University – $ 82.0 million
2. World War Z – $ 66.0 million
3. Man of Steel – $ 41.2 million
4. This is the End – $ 13.0 million
5. Now You See Me – $ 7.8 million
6. Furious Six – $ 4.7 million
7. The Internship – $ 3.42 million
8. The Purge – $ 3.41 million
9. Star Trek Into Darkness – $
For some, the choice may be easy: Love man-eating zombies? “World War Z” is your movie. Got little ones to entertain? “Monsters University” is for you. But, for the non-parents and non-zombie enthusiasts of the world, it may be harder to choose which movie is worth your time and money.
That’s where Moviefone comes in! We have all the monsters vs. zombies info you need to know before… Continue reading 'Monsters University' vs. 'World War Z': Which Movie Should You See? (VIDEO)
Pixar movies, so far, have been overlooked by the When Can I Watch column. Not because we don’t care for them. Quite the opposite, actually. But it’s Pixar. The studio’s movies are universally adored and, you’d assume, accessible for every member of your family.
However, as we got closer to the release of Monsters University, I heard from more than a few parents who shared some version… Continue reading When Can I Watch 'Monsters University' With My Kids?
Spoiler alert! Bigfoot didn’t do it.
That’s not to say that Bigfoot doesn’t exist or that “Castle” proved there were no monsters out there. No, all we learned from “The Fast and the Furriest” is that lots of people want to find humanoid forest-dwellers and that blaming Bigfoot for murder is nothing but a red herring.
Bigfoots (Bigfeet?) don’t kill people, after all. People kill people.
The murder victim of the week… Continue reading 'Castle' recap: Monsters, mean gorillas and murder in 'The Fast and the Furriest'
Ever since college-bound Mike Wazowski (voice of Billy Crystal) was a little monster, he has dreamed of becoming a Scarer-and… Read More
The marketing wizards at Pixar continue their push to brand “Monsters University,” the prequel to 2001’s “Monsters, Inc.,” as a real school with the release of two more teasers that mimic the style of collegiate ad campaigns.
Featuring cheesy soft rock and dramatic… Continue reading 'Monsters University' College Ads: Higher Education ... With Tentacles