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The Toy Story trilogy is one of the greatest trilogies of all time sitting alongside the likes of The Star Wars trilogy and The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy, and like those great films Toy Story is turning into a Saga.
Lets hope this turns out better than the fourth instalments of the previous mentioned films, and judging by the trailers Toy Story 4 will be great.
Disney today release the final trailer for the film coming out in 1 month on 21st June 2019 and its so funny.
Check it out below.
As expected with such a massive debut weekend Avengers: Endgame remains at the top of the US box office for a second weekend with thriller The Intruder entering the chart at number 2.
Taking a mammoth $145.8 million on its second weekend of release the Marvel film continues to reign above all else in its path, the films US gross is now $619.7 million and the 8th top grossing film ever.
The drop from last week record breaking openieng was significant but similar to other films on its genre and the films posted the second highest second weekend gross after Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
THe film has a fight on its hands to beat the Star Wars movie but its possible, it will definitely become at least the second highest grossing film in the US ever.
This thriller starring Meagan Good and Dennis Quaid enters the box office at number 2 on its debut weekend taking $11 million dollars.
It had no chance agains the might of The Avengers but has dome well to be the highest new film of the week against stiff competition.
The political comedy starring Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen enters the box office at number 3 this week with a debut gross of $10 million.
Perhaps a little disappointing really as the film would have been a good bet to be the biggest new film of the week but audiences perhaps preferring a good thrill instead.
Animated comedies always do well at the box office and this is no exception as it enters at number 4 with a weekend gross of $8.5 million.
The Avengers studio mate falls from 2 to number 5 this week in the aftermath of Endgames record breaking weekend which saw a boost in this films takings.
The films takings this week are $4.3 million boosting its total gross to $420.7 million, the film is the 23rd highest grossing film ever in the US.
The film does take the honor of longest run on the US box office this week with 9 weeks of release, and still in the top 5, not bad!
The Star Wars Celebration Episode IX panel has just finished and after an entertaining 1 hour 20 minutes of director, producer and stars the title was shown during the first trailer as Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker.
The title brings up more questions, and maybe as widely reported its not the very end of the Skywalker saga, and just maybe we'll see that Luke character one last time.
The end of the trailer has a rather special surprise and brings the whole saga full circle, and ties all the trilogies together quite nicely.
The nods to the original trilogy are rather special in this trailer, thats what happens when you bring on a life long fan to write and direct.
Check out the trailer below, and a new poster is sure to follow, although it looks like the leak from last week may be the teaser poster.
During their investors day Disney CEO Bob Iger announced much of the details about the new streaming service they will launch to compete with the likes of Netflix, Amazon and the recently announced Apple service (TV+).
Disney own a lot of content from their own films and TV show to Marvel films, Star Wars, the recently purchased Fox movies and TV and Pixar to name but some of their massive catalogue.
The House of Mouse will most likely start to pull their content from other streaming services to make it more appealing and with a price point of $6.99 a month or $69.99 for the year it is certainly competitive.
There are a number of TV shows on the works which will only appear on the service like the Star Wars based The Mandalorian and the Pixar Monsters Inc. based Monsters At Work.
Also announced is the the recent box office hit Captain Marvel will be on the service at launch this is all very good for the millions of Disney fans out there, and throw HBO and ESPN into the mix and just maybe this is a Netfix killer.
The service launches on November 12th 2019 so keep an eye on 25thframe.co.uk at launch and we'll have a review of the service.
It was half term week in the UK and The second LEGO movie remained at the top for a third consecutive weekend keeping Instant Family and How To Train Your Dragon 3 to fight it out for second place in an almost static top 5.
Remaining at the top of the UK box office for a third weekend the brick movie charmed audiences of the UK half term break to the tune of £2.4 million over the weekend.
The film make an incredible £6.6 million over the full week and its total gross in the UK is now £14 million.
Just about hanging on to the number 2 slot the Mark Wahlberg starring film takes £1.67 million over the weekend which boosts its total UK gross to a very respectable £6.4 million.
Only just missing out on the number 2 slot the Dragon threequel has to make do with number 3 this week with a weekend total of £1.66 million.
On the plus side for the film with a total gross of £15.8 million it is now the highest grossing movie released in 2019.
The Robert Rodriguez directed Manga live action movie remains at number 4 this week with £870,000 to boost its total UK gross to £7.7 million.
After a disappointing opening weekend last week the fantasy adventure jumps up to number 5 over the half term week to take £651.000 over the weekend.
Over the week the film actually took nearly £2 million which boosts the films total gross to nearly £2.6 million.
Highest new film of the week is at 6, the Liam Neeson starring film makes a poor start to its chart career, maybe influenced by the comments the star made in the press run for the films.
The film debuted with a £631,000 opening weekend.
Also new this week is the true story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her fight for equal rights in the workplace which makes its debut at 8 with a gross of just shy of half a million pounds.
18 weeks in and the Queen bio-pic starring Rami Malek climbs the box office this week to number 10, its total UK gross is now £53.7 million.
The Olivia Coleman starring movie is at number 12 this week with a total UK gross of £15.6 million.
UK BBFC Certificate: U
Popular in: China and United States
Highest chart position: 9
Weeks on box office: 6