For Pixar Sequel Fatigue
If you are like me you are fed up with Pixar. They were practically untouchable for 11 years after releasing Toy Story, then Cars arrived and muddied the waters. In recent years we’ve had a constant stream of average sequels, prequels and spin-offs of the movies that made us fall in love with Pixar. However Pixar president Jim Morris has confirmed that following The Incredibles II, there are no more franchise movies in production. New IPs?! What a world we (will) live in.
This is an odd one. I’m sure you will remember the shootings at a midnight showing on The Dark Knight Rises back in 2012. What you may not have known is the families of the victims sued the cinema chain, Cinemark, as being partly responsible for the shooters actions. The cinema won.
For the Families of the Dark Knight Rises Shooting Victims
What that means is that the cinema is currently chasing for the victim’s families for nearly $700,000 of legal fees. It’s an odd one. I’m not sure why the court case even happened, is anyone going to sue the Pulse nightclub? I doubt it.