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Here’s your estimated 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. Jurassic World – $ 102.0 million ($ 398.2 million total)

2. Inside Out – $ 91.0 million ($ 91.0 million total)

3. Spy – $ 10.5 million ($ 74.3 million total)

4. San Andreas – $ 8.2 million ($ 132.2 million total)

5. Dope – $ 6.0 million ($

Pixar has been in sequel mode for a few years now, with only one of their last four movies being an original. That’s not a terrible thing considering a Pixar sequel is still miles better than most animated movies, but it does send fans yearning to discover the next Wall-E or Up.

Pixar is breaking that sequel streak this year with not… Continue reading Early 'Inside Out' Reactions Call It One of Pixar's Best

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

The Pixar/Star Wars collaboration you’ve been waiting for, X-Wings (via Topless Robot):

This beautiful poster design for Jaws is by Kevin M. Wilson (via Live for Films):

Timed to Furious 7, IGN imagined a Back to the Future reboot starring Vin Diesel, titled Fast to the Future:… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Pixar's 'X-Wings,' Vin Diesel's 'Back to the Future' Reboot and More

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

Watch a new video essay on Akira Kurosaw‘s composition of movement, with comparison to the same in The Avengers (via The Film Stage):

The wonderful Anne Ramsay is profiled in the first episode of No Small Parts, a series on character actors (via Reddit):

Scottish artist Demetria Skye likes to draw Baymax from Big Hero 6

Ahead of Disney’s Cinderella arriving in theaters this weekend, we’re getting a new look at Pixar’s Inside Out that will, quite literally, give you all the feels. The film, due in theaters on June 19 (and Pixar’s first since 2013’s Monsters University), has dropped its biggest trailer yet, expanding upon the universe of emotions (Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness) set up in… Continue reading Watch: The New Trailer for Pixar's 'Inside Out' Will Give You All the Feels