A new movie from Chris Pratt and Amy Poehler is the top film in the Big 5 for the year-to-date, according to the new FilmScore database, and the film is a new contender for the top picture.
It is a big movie, with $75.3 million in ticket sales for the weekend, which was the second-highest weekend for a Pixar film, behind Finding Dory ($77.6 million).
It is also the highest grossing film of 2017, with an estimated $5.7 million.
Pratt and Poehler’s movie has taken $25.2 million in domestic ticket sales so far this year, which is a major increase from the $17.9 million the film opened with in 2016.
It is still a year away from its July 20, 2018 release date, but it has already proven to be a big hit, especially with audiences in its first three weeks, which are expected to top out at 8.1 million by July 19.
The new film is the highest-grossing animated film of the year so far, as well, and a big reason it is so popular.
It was one of the top five animated films of 2017 at the box office.
A new movie, a big title and a new franchise.
The Big 5 is a massive industry, and there are several different franchises in there.
There are several Pixar films out there, but the biggest one is the highly anticipated, highly anticipated Disney Pixar movie, Coco, which has opened with a whopping $1.4 billion at the worldwide box office, including a $1 billion in China.
Pixar has also released a slew of new toys and clothing for its own line, with its line of clothing including dolls, action figures and other characters being a huge part of that business.
Disney is the largest toy maker in the world, so it is no surprise that it has a large presence at the toy stores, and Pixar is one of Disney’s biggest sellers there.
Pixar is also one of its biggest distributors in the film business, and many Pixar movies are seen in the US.
At the box offices, it has also made the biggest movie of the weekend.
Chappie is the biggest animated film, with a $7.6-million debut for a $125 million budget.
Finding Dory, with Disney Pixar’s Amy Poehlmann, is the most anticipated animated film to come out in 2018, but even more surprising is that it was the biggest domestic debut of the week.
It earned $14.1-million in previews for a gross of $115 million.
While Finding Dury was not Pixar’s biggest domestic opening of the season, it was a solid start to the year for a film that is not Pixar, and is the second biggest opening of all time.
And Finding Durden is the best-selling film of all-time.
Its domestic total is $11.1M and it is the only Pixar film that has earned more than $100M domestically, behind Toy Story 3 with $103.4M.
If you have a Disney Pixar character, chances are you are going to see Finding Drollies characters in Finding Dorms, which debuted on Tuesday.
Another big title is the Oscar-winning The Grand Budapest Hotel, which opened to a massive $40.3M, which will make it the fourth-highest opening ever for a Disney-Pixars film.
In 2018, it is also going to be one of those movies that is going to have a bigger international footprint than any other Disney- Pixar movie in history.
This year, there are many new franchises popping up in the movies.
For example, there is an entirely new franchise in the making with Disney’s Marvel animated movie Doctor Strange, which opens July 4.
We have seen that Marvel movies are often one of their biggest draws for audiences, and The Doctor Strange film will help that continue.
Then there is a completely new franchise for the big screen with a sequel to the Marvel superhero films Guardians of the Galaxy and Thor: Ragnarok.
Doctor Strange will debut in 2019 and is expected to have an overall domestic total of $1B.
Guardians of the Galaxy will open in 2020 and has a budget of $130M.
Thor: Ragnorak will open next year.
Finally, there’s a new Marvel TV show coming to Netflix, The Defenders.
That show will be about the Avengers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Now, we are not saying it is going be the biggest superhero show in history, but this year is the first time Marvel has a show like this.
Also, The Avengers is one big, big movie and one of my favorite Marvel movies of all times, and it will be a very big hit.
All of these films are making a strong case for themselves as one of this year’s big tentpole franchises, but