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John C. Reilly thought animation was 'boring'

Source: Movie Balla | Nov 2 2012, 1:05am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr

John C. Reilly thought animation was 'boring'
John C. Reilly used to think animation was like a ''boring day at work'' until he voiced the titular character in his latest movie 'Wreck-It Ralph'.
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Frozen: Finally The Staggering Performance Ends!

Sep 12 2014 7:21pm CDT | Source: movie pilot

After 25 weeks on the Japanese Box-Office Chart, Frozen is finally done in theaters worldwide. The Disney animated musical became a phenomenon both here and abroad. In the United States, it became the first film to finish in the Top 10 on the box-office chart for 17 straight weekends since 2002's "Chicago".That goes a long way in explaining why a film most felt would be lucky to match the domestic take of "Wreck-It Ralph" ($189.4 million) and would likely fall short of ...
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