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Aquaman Poster Blasted on Social Media for Lazy Photoshop Job

Aquaman Poster Blasted on Social Media for Lazy Photoshop Job
Aquaman might not ever get the full respect that the character deserves, no matter how hard James Wan and Jason Momoa are trying. Earlier this week, the official poster was unveiled by DC Films and Warner Bros., which led to some pretty harsh criticisms that stem from the fact that Momoa is wearing leather pants underwater to the fact that the new poster kind of resembles a Lisa Frank binder design from the 1980s without the rainbow coloring. One eagle-eyed DC fan was even able to find a corner that was cut during the making of the Aquaman poster, leading to fans calling the poster a lazy Photoshop job.

Jason Momoa's Aquaman is featured front and center in the new poster along with his underwater friends. While many DC fans think that the poster is truly stunning, others have started to put it under the microscope to point out every
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19 Hilarious Reactions to the Aquaman Movie Poster, Including a Spot-On Lisa Frank Joke

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19 Hilarious Reactions to the Aquaman Movie Poster, Including a Spot-On Lisa Frank Joke
We've known from the very first time we saw Jason Momoa carrying a trident - or, to be more specific, a quident - that we would support him ruling the seven seas as Aquaman. With an undeniably badass actor like Momoa in the role, gone are the days where the ocean-dwelling hero is the go-to butt of the comic book world's jokes. But that doesn't mean that fans can't have a little fun at Aquaman's expense!

When the first poster for the DC hero's standalone movie hit the internet on July 16, it certainly stoked the fires of excitement about the film's December 2018 release . . . but it also drew some comparisons. (Most notably to Finding Nemo and the "James Cameron's Aquaman" bit from Entourage.) Ahead, check out some of the funniest reactions to the very fishy first look at Aquaman, then read up on all the most important details about the movie.
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Today in Movie Culture: Joaquin Phoenix Joker Origin Movie Fan-Made Trailer, the Action of the McU and More

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Fake Trailer of the Day: Get a load of Joaquin Phoenix as The Joker in this fan-made teaser for DC's upcoming movie about the origin of the iconic villain: Mashup of the Day: Speaking of DC movies, fans took one look at the new Aquaman poster and thought of Pixar's Finding Nemo: pic.twitter.com/WlVokSneyp — Task the New Comic Book Daywalker #Dyecb (@LakelPruitt) July 16, 2018 Actor in the Spotlight: The latest edition of IMDb's No Small Parts showcases the career of Justice League actor Ezra Miller: Vintage Image of the Day: Barbara Stanwyck, who was born on this day in 1907, with co-star Fred MacMurray and a bunch of...
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19 Hilarious Reactions to the Aquaman Movie Poster, Including a Spot-On Lisa Frank Joke

We've known from the very first time we saw Jason Momoa carrying a trident - or, to be more specific, a quident - that we would support him ruling the seven seas as Aquaman. With an undeniably badass actor like Momoa in the role, gone are the days where the ocean-dwelling hero is the go-to butt of the comic book world's jokes. But that doesn't mean that fans can't have a little fun at Aquaman's expense!

When the first poster for the DC hero's standalone movie hit the internet on July 16, it certainly stoked the fires of excitement about the film's December 2018 release . . . but it also drew some comparisons. (Most notably to Finding Nemo and the "James Cameron's Aquaman" bit from Entourage.) Ahead, check out some of the funniest reactions to the very fishy first look at Aquaman, then read up on all the most important details about the movie.
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Exclusive: Holly Hunter, Brad Bird and producers John Walker and Nicole Grindle on revisiting our favourite family in The Incredibles 2

Pixar don’t really do bad sequels. I mean, we’re not counting Cars because sometimes it’s best to just forget – but follow up features to the likes of Toy Story, Finding Nemo and Monsters, Inc. have all been hugely successful, and thoroughly enjoyable endeavours. The Incredibles 2 now joins that list – and when we interviewed Holly Hunter, who reprises her role as Elastigirl, she explained that she had faith that the studio wouldn’t disappoint.

We also met the brains behind the whole project Brad Bird, who was sat alongside producers John Walker and Nicole Grindle, as we discussed how this whole project came into fruition. They also tell us the story of how, and why the supervillain in the movie changed during the course of production.

We ask Hunter what it’s like for her kids to know their mother is a superhero, and what makes this family so appealing to audiences.
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‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ Leads Global Box Office With Sizable $161 Million

‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ Leads Global Box Office With Sizable $161 Million
Superheroes continue to dominate the summer box office.

Ant-Man and the Wasp” flew to a worldwide opening of $161 million, including $85 million internationally. In North America, the tentpole starring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly earned $76 million, making it the 20th consecutive Marvel film to open No. 1 at the box office.

The sequel had the biggest debut in Korea with $20.9 million, followed by Mexico with $6.7 million, and Indonesia with $5.6 million. Other top territories were Russia ($4.9 million), Australia ($4.7 million), and Taiwan ($4.6 million). The film bows in India next week.

Another band of Spandexed protagonists are enjoying box office success. Disney-Pixar’s “Incredibles 2” picked up another $35.7 million overseas and $29 million domestically for a global weekend total of $64.7 million. In four weeks, the blockbuster has earned $772.2 million worldwide.

Incredibles 2” opened in France with $9.9 million, marking the second highest opening for a Pixar release behind “Finding Nemo.” Top holdover markets include China
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'Ant-Man And The Wasp' rules world, China's 'Dying To Survive' tops international box office (update)

'Ant-Man And The Wasp' rules world, China's 'Dying To Survive' tops international box office (update)
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom crosses $250m in China.

July 9 Update: Marvel StudiosAnt-Man And The Wasp ruled Hollywood at the worldwide weekend box office on a confirmed $161.7m launch, while Chinese social realist drama Dying To Survive was the international champion on approximately $146m for the weekend.

Meanwhile Pixar’s Incredibles 2 crossed $770m worldwide, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom crossed $725m internationally, and Fox Star’s Sanju hit $50m worldwide.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International

Update: Ant-Man And The Wasp announced its intentions with a number one global launch from the studios that delivered a confirmed $85.9m from the
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'Ant-Man And The Wasp' rules world, China's 'Dying To Survive' tops international box office

'Ant-Man And The Wasp' rules world, China's 'Dying To Survive' tops international box office
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom crosses $250m in China.

Marvel StudiosAnt-Man And The Wasp ruled Hollywood at the worldwide weekend box office on an estimated $161m launch, while Chinese social realist drama Dying To Survive was the international champion on $146m for the weekend.

Meanwhile Pixar’s Incredibles 2 crossed $770m worldwide, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom crossed $725m internationally, and Fox Star’s Sanju hit $50m in India.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International

Ant-Man And The Wasp announced its intentions with a number one global launch from the studios that delivered an estimated $85m from the first wave of international markets and $161m worldwide.
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'Ant-Man And The Wasp' launches with $161m at global box office

'Ant-Man And The Wasp' launches with $161m at global box office
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom crosses $250m in China.

Marvel StudiosAnt-Man And The Wasp ruled Hollywood at the worldwide weekend box office on an estimated $161m launch, as Incredibles 2 crossed $770m worldwide, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom crossed $725m internationally, and Fox Star’s Sanju hit $50m in India.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International

Ant-Man And The Wasp announced its intentions with a number one global launch from the studios that delivered an estimated $85m from the first wave of international markets and $161m worldwide. Disney distribution executives trumpeted the fact that the 20 Marvel Cinematic Universe films have now
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'Ant-Man And The Wasp' is top Hollywood global film on $161m launch

'Ant-Man And The Wasp' is top Hollywood global film on $161m launch
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom crosses $250m in China.

Marvel StudiosAnt-Man And The Wasp ruled Hollywood at the worldwide weekend box office on an estimated $161m launch, as Incredibles 2 crossed $770m worldwide, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom crossed $725m internationally, and Fox Star’s Sanju hit $50m in India.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International

Ant-Man And The Wasp announced its intentions with a number one global launch from the studios that delivered an estimated $85m from the first wave of international markets and $161m worldwide. Disney distribution executives trumpeted the fact that the 20 Marvel Cinematic Universe films have now
See full article at ScreenDaily »

'Ant-Man And The Wasp' rules the world with $161m launch

'Ant-Man And The Wasp' rules the world with $161m launch
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom crosses $250m in China.

Marvel StudiosAnt-Man And The Wasp ruled worldwide weekend box office on an estimated $161m launch, as Incredibles 2 crossed $770m worldwide, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom crossed $725m internationally, and Fox Star’s Sanju hit $50m in India.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International

Ant-Man And The Wasp announced its intentions with a number one global launch that delivered an estimated $85m from the first wave of international markets and $161m worldwide. Disney distribution executives trumpeted the fact that the 20 Marvel Cinematic Universe films have now combined for more than $17bn worldwide.
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‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ Overperforms at Box Office, like Other Summer Sequels

Summer 2018 shows signs of strength beyond the usual blockbusters. But will the box office sustain beyond its great first half? It depend how one defines sustain. The biggest openings — including Marvel’s “Ant-Man and the Wasp” next weekend — are likely behind us and make up the bulk of the long haul. It will take some better-than-expected results from the rest of the forthcoming releases to keep up the pace.

Two modest-budget titles under $50 million, “Sicario: Day of the Soldado” (Sony) and “Uncle Drew” (Lionsgate), performed better than predicted with their respective $19 million and $15.5 million opening weekends. While both fell short of summer 2017 sleepers “Baby Driver” and “Girls Trip,” by opening on the same weekend and adding to the strong holdover totals, the newbies helped the weekend totals come in slightly higher than their equivalent last year. That sustains a year to date total that remains up nearly ten percent.

While new releases deserve attention,
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'Jurassic World 2' Delivers $150M Debut; 'Incredibles 2' Reaches $350M Domestic

'Jurassic World 2' Delivers $150M Debut; 'Incredibles 2' Reaches $350M Domestic
Surpassing expectations, Universal and Amblin Entertainment's Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom got off to a strong start. With an estimated $150 million for Fallen Kingdom, this is only the second time ever two different films have brought in over $100 million over two consecutive weekends. The first time was in 2007 when Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End opened with $114.7 million following Shrek the Third's $121.6 million opening the weekend prior. Disney and Pixar's Incredibles 2 followed up its monster debut weekend last week with a second place finish this weekend as its domestic cume has already topped $350 million in just ten days. With an estimated $150 million, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom's opening is down ~28% compared to the $208.8 million debut for its 2015 predecessor. However, given the fact the film was competing with Incredibles 2 for a lot of the same audience, this is a solid start, especially when coupled with an "A-" CinemaScore,
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End of an Era: Inside Pixar on the Eve of John Lasseter’s Departure

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End of an Era: Inside Pixar on the Eve of John Lasseter’s Departure
John Lasseter will leave Pixar Animation Studios in December, ending a 30-year tenure as the leading creative force behind one of the most critical and commercially successful film studios in the world.

He will exit a company he led from its earliest days as a spinoff from Lucasfilm, and one that has won 19 Academy Awards during his tenure.

“An era is over, you know?” one employee told TheWrap.

Last November, Lasseter took a six-month leave of absence from the company, acknowledging inappropriate hugging and “missteps” after some former Pixar employees accused him of unwelcome touching and presiding over a fraternity-like culture.

The circumstances of his departure have left mixed feelings on the insular, impeccably manicured Pixar campus in Emeryville, across the bay from San Francisco.

On Tuesday, Disney ended months of speculation over the future of Pixar and of Disney Animation Studios, which he also headed, by announcing that that two animation directors,
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A Timeline of Disney’s Animated Animal Sidekicks, From Mushu to Sven (Photos)

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A Timeline of Disney’s Animated Animal Sidekicks, From Mushu to Sven (Photos)
Mulan” celebrates its 20th birthday on June 19, having come out on that day in 1998. The beloved Disney film is based on a Chinese legend and tells the story of a young girl, Mulan, who impersonates a man to take her sick father’s place in the fight against an invading Hun army. The movie was well-received by critics, earning multiple Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations, and grossed $304 million at the box office. In addition to the title heroine, “Mulan” starred Eddie Murphie as a small red dragon named Mushu, who serves as a guardian for Mulan throughout the movie. In honor of Mulan’s 20th birthday, take a look back at some of Disney’s most iconic animal sidekicks.

Jiminy Cricket, “Pinocchio” (1940)

This little cricket went from a minor character in the original 1881 novel by Carlo Collodi to a star player in the 1940 Disney film. He serves as the
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The Pixar Generation Just Helped ‘Incredibles 2’ Make Box Office History

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Pixar movies have largely been surefire family hits for more than 20 years, but this past weekend “The Incredibles 2” took it even further with one of the top ten biggest movie openings of all time. And it’s all thanks to the generation that fawned over the first installment nearly 15 years ago.

“This weekend really shows that Pixar has entered the second generation in terms of its audience,” said BoxOffice analyst Shawn Robbins. “That long time gap in between sequels has made these films a must-see beyond the family crowd.”

Sure, the kids who just got out of school and their parents are still Pixar’s main moneymakers. However, those aged 17-24 counted for a total audience share of 16 percent, higher than that of teens’ 14 percent.

Forty percent of moviegoers polled by comScore’s PosTrak were in the 18-24 age group, tying “Finding Dory” for the age group’s highest audience
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‘Incredibles 2’: Will Pixar sequel win Oscar bookend to ‘The Incredibles’?

‘Incredibles 2’: Will Pixar sequel win Oscar bookend to ‘The Incredibles’?
Incredibles 2” opened this weekend to a record haul for an animated feature, taking in a whopping $180 million. That easily eclipsed the benchmark of $135 million set by “Finding Dory” in 2016. Executives at Pixar are probably wishing they hadn’t taken 14 years to produce a sequel to “The Incredibles,” which won the 2014 Oscar as Best Animated Feature.

The category was only four years old then, and “The Incredibles” was the second Pixar picture in a row to win following “Finding Nemo” in 2003. Since those back-to-back victories, this animation powerhouse has claimed this Academy Award another seven times: “Ratatouille” (2007); “Wall-e” (2008); “Up” (2009); Toy Story 3″ (2010); “Brave” (2012); “Inside Out” (2015); and “Coco” (2017).

Watch Lee Unkrich, Darla K. Anderson (‘Coco’) on ’emotional’ and ‘gorgeous’ Day of the Dead animated feature

Do you think that “Incredibles 2” will move the record number of Oscars for Pixar into the double digits? After all, this film by Brad Bird
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‘Incredibles 2’ Smashes U.S. Box-Office In Its Opening Weekend

Disney and Pixar’s Incredibles 2 has powered its way to the top of the U.S. box-office chart and taken an unbelievable $180 million on domestic soil in its first three days. The total is the highest amount taken by an animated feature in its first weekend, smashing the previous total made by Finding Dory, the sequel to Finding Nemo a couple of years back. Read more about the sensational Incredibles 2 box office below.

Incredibles 2 box office: Disney/ Pixar sequel blows competition away

As well as the $180 million taken domestically, Incredibles 2 also managed another $51.5 million from the other territories around the world, which is just over a quarter of the countries the film is set to land in in the next month. It doesn’t hit the UK until football fever and the World Cup is over in mid-July.

Incredibles 2 is directed by Brad Bird and features the voices of Holly Hunter,
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‘Incredibles 2’ Was Almost Worth the Wait

I’ve never understood Pixar’s apparent reluctance to make a sequel to The Incredibles (2004). At the time of its release, it was probably their best movie other than Finding Nemo (2003). They had already made their first sequel with Toy Story 2 (1999) and, with respect to that franchise, The Incredibles had more potential as an ongoing series than that one ever did. Superheroes were already revving up to their current place of dominance at the box office (likely the reason why the studio was eager to make that film in the first place). The first two X-Men movies had

Incredibles 2’ Was Almost Worth the Wait
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Pixar to the Rescue! ‘Incredibles 2’ Sets Records, and Revives Hope for the Summer Box Office

With an $180 million opening weekend, Pixar’s “Incredibles 2” set indisputable opening records. Perhaps even better: it countered any fears stoked by “Solo: A Star Wars Story” that no franchise was safe.

A $125 million opening for “Incredibles 2” would have been excellent. It’s been more than decade later since the original, which grossed less than “Finding Nemo.” However, this sequel opened close to 20 percent better than the record-breaking sequel “Finding Dory.” It also bested the even-bigger openings for the second and third “Shrek” films.

We don’t see many films that qualify as “best evers,” but “Incredibles 2” is one of them.

It is the second-biggest June opening ever, falling about $50 million short of “Jurassic World.” Among PG-rated films, it is just behind last year’s live-action “Beauty and the Beast” — which it could best when Sunday totals are more than estimates.

The gross looks even better when compared to other recent Pixar releases.
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