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DreamWorks shares fall on weak DVD sales

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Disney's Brave arrows in on top spot

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'Brave' hits the bullseye as Pixar film is No 1 again

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There was a time when no Hollywood movie was complete without a British baddie.

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Pinewood Shepperton isn't just playing host to the filmmakers – now it is investing in the movies.

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Staff at Pixar nearly deleted the animation for Toy Story 2 after someone mistakenly ran a command that removes everything on the file system

Pixar's billion-dollar delete button nearly lost Toy Story 2 animation

If you've ever lost, say, an unfinished work spreadsheet or a uni essay you were working on to the technological abyss, you'll be well versed with the panic that ensues. Imagine, though, losing an entire film.

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He invented a pair of Techno Trousers, the Knit-o-Matic and the Snoozatron. Now the multi-talented Wallace is turning his hand to composing, with a new commission for this year's Proms.

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DVD: Puss in Boots (U)

"What can I say, I was a bad kitty," explains Antonio Banderas's outlaw mog at the start of this very enjoyable spin-off from the Shrek franchise.

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