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  • This week at theme parks: Gavin DeGraw, Josh Turner, Car Masters Weekend

    This week at theme parks: Gavin DeGraw, Josh Turner, Car Masters Weekend
    Orlando's theme parks and attractions are experiencing  a mid-June surge in special-event activities this week. + Epcot's Sounds Like Summer concert series is just underway, starting with tribute band Stayin' Alive -- A Tribute to the Bee Gees, which...
  • 'Monsters University' review: Barely puts the plus in C+

    'Monsters University' review: Barely puts the plus in C+
    **1/2 (out of four) Remember how you felt watching “The Incredibles” or “Ratatouille” or, most recently in the Pixar canon, “Toy Story 3”? Those movies are funny and moving. You delight in their universe and are sad to...
  • Sony dates next two Spider-Man movies

    Sony dates next two Spider-Man movies
    Andrew Garfield knows what he's doing for the next few years, and now you do too. Sony Pictures announced Monday the release dates for the third and fourth iterations of its "Spider-Man" movies starring the British actor. In addition to "The Amazing...
  • Kanye West, moviedom's (improbable) go-to musician?

    Kanye West, moviedom's (improbable) go-to musician?
    When he’s not dropping albums, fathering babies with reality-show celebrities or feeling uneasy about answering questions, Kanye West has another pursuit: supplying songs to popular movies. He’s long been a favorite of music supervisors:...
  • The Echo Nest looks at how movie and music tastes overlap

    The Echo Nest looks at how movie and music tastes overlap
    Love Usher and Nicki Minaj? That probably means you prefer Pixar films to other kids' movies, according to a new study by Echo Nest.  The Somerville, Mass.-based music data mining company thinks it can predict your movie tastes based on the music you...
  • 'Monsters University' premiere or frat party?

    'Monsters University' premiere or frat party?
    Cheerleaders flipped and cart-wheeled their way down the monster-blue carpet along with a marching band and giant film characters Monday at the premiere of "Monsters University" at the El Capitan Theatre. Celebrities, including star Billy Crystal, and...
  • Disney to premiere new Mickey Mouse shorts on TV

    Disney to premiere new Mickey Mouse shorts on TV
    The Disney Corp. means a lot of things these days: Marvel superheroes, "Star Wars" and Pixar among them, but the company is going back to basics for its latest Disney Channel series, titled simply, "Mickey Mouse." The new series will feature short...
  • With 'Frozen,' Disney gets animated in colder climes [Trailer]

    With 'Frozen,' Disney gets animated in colder climes [Trailer]
    It wasn’t that long ago when Disney was struggling to revive a moribund animation division while its powerhouse subsidiary Pixar was on a serious roll. Things look a little different these days. “Cars 2” and “Brave,” both...
  • 'World War Z' could rise from the dead

    In the new zombie epic "World War Z," Brad Pitt jets around the world seeking an elusive solution to an intractable problem. He's been doing a lot of that in real life too. Six months ago, Pitt's new movie appeared doomed — by a release-date...
  • 'Monsters University' gives it that old college scare

    BERKELEY — On the University of California campus recently, a tour guide told a group of prospective students about the many opportunities open to those studying in the Bay Area — "like getting an internship at Pixar," she said. The...
  • Director Dan Scanlon's 'Monster' career move

    Director Dan Scanlon's 'Monster' career move
    What's a guy gotta do to get a shot at directing his first Pixar film? In Dan Scanlon's case, he may have had to kill somebody. Granted, that somebody was fictional — and a '70s children's TV host, to boot. But thanks in part to whacking a live-...