Jennifer Lee and Pete Docter will take over as the chief creative officers at Disney Animation and Pixar following the resignation of John Lasseter.
Theaters are posting notices that flashing lights in the hit Disney Pixar movie could cause seizures in some people with epilepsy.
The Pixar movie had the best-ever opening for an animated release, benefiting from rapturous word of mouth. Ticket buyers gave it a rare A-plus in exit polls.
In their new adventure, a sequel to the 2004 hit, Elastigirl, Mr. Incredible and their super-kids again fight the good fight at home and in the world.
John Lasseter had been on leave since November, citing what he called “missteps” that made employees feel uncomfortable. He will be a consultant for Disney until the end of the year.
Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter and Samuel L. Jackson lend their voices to the long-awaited sequel from Brad Bird, writer-director of the original 2004 hit.
In another quiet weekend at multiplexes, “Coco” was No. 1, “Justice League” continued to disappoint and “Wonder” crossed the $100 million mark.
“My son tells everyone that the hero, Miguel, is Latino ‘just like me.’”
The Pixar film beat out “Justice League” for the top spot and performed strongly overseas, underlining Disney’s dominance of the holiday.