Saturday, July 14, 2007
With several new movies released since its opening, "Ratatouille" appears to be holding its own at third place. With the surmountable threat of "Transformers" over, Remy faced a teen wizard this weekend. While Pixar's latest won't be its most profitable, it's certainly doing much better than some of the doom-sayers were predicting. Maybe some of those Suits are hiding in the shadows going: "Rats! Pixar didn't fail again?!"...
We're only half-way through the weekend so the final tally is still a day away, but with ticket sales of the movie up 61.3 percent, John Lasseter and Brad Bird seem to have defied the negativity...
This eighth movie from the little studio in Emeryville may have not been a home run... but I think Pixar will be happy to settle for third.
Posted by Honor Hunter at 7:47 AM
Labels: Animation, Box Office, Brad Bird, John Lasseter, Movies, Pixar, Ratatouille
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