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Disney landed a whooping 31 bids in the animation race thanks to 'Frozen' and its multiple television programs.
The Walt Disney animation returns as No. 1 weekend flick, with the Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy comedy taking the second spot in its debut.
Strong results from Pixar's animation and Brad Pitt's zombie pic force last week's champion 'Man of Steel' to be at No. 3 in its second week.
Despite all doubts from his friends, Mike is determined to be the best scarer ever in the video for the sequel to 'Monsters, Inc.'
The new trailer features Mike and Sulley getting into high-stake competition in which anyone 'could die' as they are challenged to prove that they are the best at scaring.
Gru's 'back in the game' and the monsters from Pixar's animation film party hard in two promo videos that were aired during Kids' Choice Awards.
The female Dean, who doesn't make an appearance in the clip, promotes the university that creates 'great students, great scares.'
Sulley fails to impress Mike during their first meeting as the blue monster creates chaos by letting a hyperactive animal get in their room.
Mike is happy to enter the college, but his enthusiasm is ruined after meeting Sulley, a roommate who loves to throw party and go mad.
Presented a la advertisement for a top university, the video highlights the comfy environment and the unique students of the titular university.
In 2013, Hollywood offers plenty of much-awaited follow-up installments of fans' most beloved film franchises, including 'Iron Man', 'Star Trek', 'Despicable Me', 'Hunger Games', 'Thor' and 'Hobbit'.
Mike is so serious about going to college, but Sulley decides to take it lightly as he invites other monsters to join a rave party in what looks like a dormitory.