The Bear and the Bow


Brave has already made a milestone for Pixar as it marks the 13th straight release to debut at #1. No surprise for a brand that’s loved around the world and continually crafts memorable movies that resonate with children and old children alike. But where does it rank against other Pixar openings? According to numbers from Box Office Mojo, The Movie Formerly Known as The Bear and the Bow made $66.7m domestically in its first weekend, making it the fifth highest in the production company’s history. Here’s the full ranking:



Yesterday we ran down the upcoming slate that was announced by Disney and Pixar, which included the upcoming animated tales of Bolt, Tinker Bell, Pixar’s Up, Toy Story 3, Princess and the Frog, Rapunzel, Newt, The Bear and the Bow, Cars 2 and King of the Elves. Today, Disney released a bunch of cool promo photos from these upcoming projects.


Worried that the wizards at Disney and Pixar are fresh out of ideas after Wall-E? Well, I can’t imagine why you would be but if you are, allow me to quickly put that fear to rest. Dick Cook, chairman of The Walt Disney Studios, and John Lasseter, chief creative officer for Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios sent out a press release yesterday of their queue of future projects all the way through 2012.

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