New trailer for the newest animated feature forthcoming from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures outlines an oddball-buddy plot.
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Animatic with picture-in-picture of the final movie shows what was originally sketched and what ultimately made it into the film.
Universal and Legendary’s holiday horror-comedy ‘Krampus’ outperforms expectations in its North American debut, grossing $16 million from 2,902 theaters to come in at number two behind ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 2.’
New trailer introduces the full cast of four-legged characters including Louis C.K. as Max the terrier, Hannibal Buress as Buddy the dachshund, Lake Bell as Chloe the cat, and Jenny Slate as Gidget the Pomeranian, as they pose for a holiday greeting card.
Previously untitled musical comedy written and directed by Garth Jennings stars Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Seth MacFarlane, Scarlett Johansson, John C. Reilly, Taron Egerton and Tori Kelly.
Ridley Scott's ‘The Martian’ wins weekend box office race with $37 million; Sony's animated ‘Hotel Transylvania 2’ follows in second place with $20.3 million for a new worldwide total of $207.7 million.
Bonus features include three all-new original mini-movies, deleted scene and behind-the scenes interviews, artwork, image galleries and more.
Former Nickelodeon executive Teri Weiss to lead production of kid and family-focused original content for all platforms leveraging the studio’s existing portfolio of IP.
Ridley Scott's space epic also dominates overseas with $45.2 million; Robert Zemeckis’ ‘The Walk’ sees soft limited IMAX debut.
The Adam Sandler-led CG-animated sequel ‘Hotel Transylvania 2’ sets a new opening weekend record for the month of September, marking the best start ever for a Sony Pictures Animation title.
Still to open in China, Illumination Entertainment's ‘Minions’ becomes the third animated feature ever to cross the billion dollar mark.
Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions’ $150 million tentpole feature launches to $65 million overseas for an early total of $121 million worldwide.
Two weeks after its release, Marvel’s ‘Ant-Man’ narrowly beats out Sony’s new action-comedy ‘Pixels’ at the North American box office.
Peyton Reed’s ‘Ant-Man’ makes $58 million domestic debut, the second-lowest bow for Marvel Studios since ‘The Incredible Hulk’ opened to $55.4 million in 2008.
Taking first place at the North American box office with a $115.2 million debut, Illumination Entertainment’s ‘Despicable Me’ spinoff scores the second-biggest opening weekend of all time for an animated title.
Universal's ‘Jurassic World’ holds off Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ for the third weekend in a row; Paramount's ‘Terminator Genisys’ sees third place debut with $28.7 million from 3,758 locations.
Australian animation and visual effects studio completes more than 1,000 shots for Seth MacFarlane’s raunchy sequel, ‘Ted 2.’
Universal's ‘Jurassic World’ holds off Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ for the second weekend in a row; Seth MacFarlane R-rated comedy sequel ‘Ted 2’ underwhelms with $33 million debut.
Universal and Legendary Pictures’ ‘Jurassic World’ ends Pixar's number-one opening winning streak, but ‘Inside Out’ exceeds expectations to score the top debut of all time for an original Pixar title.
Stellar voice cast for the fifth Illumination Entertainment-Universal collaboration includes Louis C.K., Eric Stonestreet, Kevin Hart, Ellie Kemper, Lake Bell, Jenny Slate, Bobby Moynihan, Hannibal Buress and Albert Brooks.
Universal’s long-awaited dinosaur feature beats out the May 2012 launch of ‘The Avengers’ with a $208.8 million domestic debut, and becomes the first film to cross $500 million worldwide in a single weekend.
Warner Bros.’ disaster film leads the North American box office with a $53.2 million domestic debut, the highest solo opening ever for star Dwayne Johnson.
Brad Bird’s ‘Tomorrowland’ suffers one of the worst Memorial Day starts in recent history with a $41.7 million North American debut. Meanwhile, ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ speeds past the $100 million mark overseas.
Following the first ‘Avengers’ movie, Marvel’s ‘Age of Ultron’ scores second-biggest sophomore weekend of all time in North America.