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Movies To Watch If You Loved Luca

Pixar’s “Luca” is a majestic summer fantasy with seaside aesthetics and emotional core. In it, a young sea monster named Luca transforms into a human to explore the coastal Italian village Portorosso, where he bonds with another young monster named Alberto, leading to the adventure of a lifetime. After spending some time on land, Luca never wants […]

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China Box Office: $5.1 Million ‘Luca’ Debut Can’t Douse ‘Raging Fire’

Disney’s “Luca” is the first Hollywood picture to get a release in China in weeks, but its opening figures didn’t make that big of a splash — at least, not close to enough to douse the continued reign of Donnie Yen action film “Raging Fire.”The animation directed and co-written by Enrico Casarosa swam to a […]

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‘Monsters at Work’ Review: Disney+ Hires Pixar’s Monsters for Charming Office Comedy Series

Though a direct sequel to the Pixar movies that preceded it, “Monsters at Work” isn’t exactly the TV series you may expect. For one, it’s not a Pixar production. Yes, the Disney+ comedy is inspired by the world Pixar first unveiled in 2001, and, overseen by Disney Television Animation, it remains an in-house project; it’s […]

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‘The Boss Baby: Family Business’: DreamWorks Celebrates Childhood Imagination with Retro 2D Look

Ever since the Oscar-winning “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” there’s been an uptick in experimenting with more graphic 2D animation styles, including Oscar winner “Soul,” and this season’s contenders “The Mitchells vs. the Machines,” and “Luca.” You can add “The Boss Baby: Family Business” (opening theatrically and streaming on Peacock Independence weekend), as DreamWorks leans more […]

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‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Makes Noise on Korea Box Office Debut

“A Quiet Place Part II” topped the South Korean box office on its first official weekend of release. It made a considerably bigger splash than Disney-Pixar’s “Luca,” which dived into third place.The horror film scored $2.43 million over the weekend, having opened on Wednesday. Including previews, it has accumulated $3.36 million over five days, according […]

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Screen Talk Live: Studios and Indies Face a Daunting Future, but Here Are Some Signs of Hope

A year ago, the future of moviegoing — and crowded gatherings in general — was a big open question. That remains the case today, but the climate has certainly shifted, as movies are returning to theaters and actual live film festival experiences have crept back into existence. And so has the opportunity for IndieWire’s Screen […]

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