Ralph Breaks the Internet
Box-office deja vu as "Ralph Breaks the Internet" and "The Grinch" are at the top again: No major distributor wanted to touch this weekend.
Brad Bird's sequel and Disney's "Ralph Breaks the Internet" grabbed 21 nominations all told, while Sony's "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" nabbed seven.
"The Possession of Hannah Grace" is the only new wide opening, and may see a profit. Also: There's still hope for "Green Book."
Michael B. Jordan is official A-List, while "Robin Hood" must make do with cold, lumpy leftovers.
The "Little Shop of Horrors" fan tells IndieWire about recording her own Alan Menken song as part of her character's transformation into a Disney princess.
Disney's latest Oscar contender about Ralph and Vanellope changing course coincides with the studio's new change in creative leadership.
The actress takes center stage in the charming sequel, and she explains to IndieWire how it reinvents what a Disney Princess can (and should) be.
The "Ralph Breaks the Internet" star tells IndieWire she's pleased with industry-wide change, but points to the small screen as its real innovator.
Disney's Princess sequence marks a bold meta moment, and the studio quickly tweaked Tiana after pleas for her original appearance.
Disney was criticized over "Ralph Breaks the Internet" after fans noticed Princess Tiana did not look like the same as in "The Princess and the Frog."
Disney's latest animated Oscar contender explores internet culture as social satire and legacy building, says director Rich Moore.
It's a superhero race between "Incredibles 2" and "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse." Updated January 25, 2019.
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