The "Ant-Man" sequel ($76 million) and "The Incredibles" sequel led Disney superheroes to a $100 million-plus weekend.
"Without Steve Ditko, there would have been none of the weird stuff,” said Gaiman, who fondly recalls the reclusive cartoonist.
Many memorable action films have been set in San Francisco. But director Peyton Reed found inspiration in a wacky comedy.
Brad Bird's “Incredibles” sequel is on track to pass “Finding Dory” as box-office champ among animated features.
Many critics like the lower-scale, comedic change of pace after Marvel's “Black Panther” and “Infinity War” epics this year.
No Thanos? No problem.
The “Jurassic World” sequel, which just topped $700 million worldwide, is already the biggest non-Disney movie of the year.
Bird says that his views on child-rearing while still a bachelor were completely wrong.
Rare is the studio that can wait more than a decade to release a successful first sequel. Pixar has done so twice in three years.
"Clarity and speed are not always good friends,” the director says of action choreography.