Pixar's high-octane franchise tries to shift gears, "All Eyez on Me" surprises at the box office and the audacity of the "first R-rated studio comedy directed by a woman in nearly 20 years..."
Vanity Fair's Rebecca Keegan is our guide to this week's business of Hollywood news.
First up, "Cars 3." The third installment of the Disney Pixar franchise takes first place at the box office this weekend, but it didn't do as well as its Pixar counterparts.
Also, with the franchises' new character, Cruz Ramirez, voiced by Cristela Alonzo, it appears Disney is trying to appeal to girls and Latino audiences. What took the studio so long?
All Eyez on Me
The Tupac Shakur musical biopic beat analysts' expectations. The movie continues a pattern of box office analysis underestimating films that play to predominantly minority audiences.
And finally, the movie that had a rough weekend. "Rough Night" is the first raunchy, R-rated studio comedy directed by a woman in nearly 20 years. Director Lucia Aniello, a veteran of the Comedy Central show "Broad City," was at the helm for this one so what went wrong?