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The sequel to the animated superhero film “The Incredibles” opens in movie theaters across the country today. The original film came out in 2004, grossing $633 million worldwide. So with those kind of numbers, why did it take 14 years to make a sequel? Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
No major movie studio would make an Academy Award-winning movie like Rain Man today, says Wall Street Journal reporter Ben Fritz: “It’s an original idea. It’s driven by movie stars. It’s a domestic film.” In his new book, “The Big Picture: The Fight for the Future of Movies,” Fritz writes about the rise of the […]
Pixar's "Up" has captured the hearts and minds of adventurers everywhere. Who hasn't dreamed of simply floating away from life's routines in ...