Pixar has been able to keep pace of one film per year, but 2012 was looking to get a little crazy with Brave set for the summer and the Monsters, Inc. prequel Monsters University scheduled for the holiday season. The film would take a look the college days of James “Sulley” Sullivan (John Goodman) and Michael “Mike” Wazowski (Billy Crystal). However, it looks like Pixar will now have more time to work on Monsters University as the Exhibitor Relations Facebook page is reporting that Pixar has moved the film’s release date to June 21, 2013. No other film currently occupies that date, and I’m glad that Pixar now has some breathing room for Monsters University. The film’s old date, November 2, 2012, will now be occupied by Disney’s animated film Reboot Ralph.
In a related story, The Pixar Blog uncovered the logo for Monsters University, which you can see above.
Ridley Scott's adaptation of the Andy Weir novel is due in theaters on November 25th.
It looks like she won't star in 'The Circle' opposite Tom Hanks after all.
David Letterman's final 'Top Ten' and yet another enthusiastic 'Mad Max: Fury Road' recommendation also play roles in this week's Top 5.
Disney’s ‘Tomorrowland’ got the win yesterday, but will end up battling ‘Pitch Perfect 2’ for dominance over the long holiday weekend. Meanwhile, the ‘Poltergeist’ reboot opens on target, ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ remains strong and ‘Age of Ultron’ gets set to pass $400 million domestic.
From the set of the film, the actor discusses the difficulty of coming back to the role of Ari, fan reaction to meeting him on the street, and more.
The fourth installment in the 'Jurassic Park' franchise is looking to perform similar to 'Man of Steel', but will the movie be any good?
Also, 'The Flash's' Jesse L. Martin is super sad -- is it because of Luke's woeful lack of game?
Plus, watch a "deleted scene" from the movie featuring Patton Oswalt.
He also talks about his favorite memory from filming, Easter eggs, what they learned in test screenings, and more.
Depp plays Whitey Bulger in the crime drama opposite Joel Edgerton, Benedict Cumberbatch, and more.