It's no surprise that Disney is having another very healthy year at the box office, but will it break industry records?
The Disney/Pixar sequel the third film this year to cross that box-office milestone, after "Captain America: Civil War" and "Zootopia."
The studio has already reached the $5 billion milestone this year, beating the previous record set in 2015 by Universal Pictures.
The animated comedy ran away with the domestic box office in its opening weekend, scoring the sixth-best opening of the year.
Although sequels to "Cars," "Toy Story" and "The Incredibles" are on the horizon, beyond that the studio's next four projects are all originals.
Opening in 57 markets across the world, "IDR" looks to be faring better internationally than domestically.
The Pixar sequel takes a victory lap, adding another $76 million to its domestic haul, while "Independence Day: Resurgence" simply tries to stay afloat.
As "Finding Dory" makes a splash in theaters with a record-breaking opening, Pixar debuts a new clip that's almost too cute for words.
The Pixar sequel scored the best domestic opening ever for an animated film, toppling "Shrek The Third" from its box-office throne.
Director Alan Barillaro and producer Marc Sondheimer share with SPINOFF the evolution of the six-minute short screening with "Finding Dory."
The Pixar sequel is expected to smash "Shrek The Third's" record for the best domestic animated opening of all time.
"Finding Nemo" veterans Ellen DeGeneres and Albert Brooks joined Ty Burrell, Kaitlin Olson and Eugene Levy to talk about the long-awaited sequel.
Pixar's long-awaited sequel to "Finding Nemo" has set a new opening-night record for an animated film.
TOKYOPOP's "Finding Nemo" will be available in English for readers in the United States for the first time in July.
While colorful, outlandish, fun and heartfelt, what really makes "Finding Dory" a standout is its message.
Pixar's latest short is about "letting your kids grow up, make mistakes and not hovering over them."
In the latest "Finding Dory" trailer, Dory finds herself trapped in an aquarium with a host of colorful new characters during her quest to find her parents.
The latest TV spot for the Pixar sequel reveals new footage of Dory and her aquatic friends -- including Hank, the scene-stealing octopus.