Demetrius Shipp Jr. stars in ‘All Eyez On Me’ Quantrell Col­bert, cour­tesy of Lion­s­gate Demetrius Shipp Jr. stars in ‘All Eyez On Me’ Once again, as (almost) always, Pixar’s new movie topped the week­end box office in its debut Fri-Sun frame. Cars 3 ( review ) earned $53.5 mil­lion on its debut week­end, for what is a $74.8m world­wide bow. The sequel opened below Cars ($60m in 2006) and Cars 2 ($66m in 2011), but its week­end mul­ti­pli­er (2.74x) was more along the lines of Mon­sters Uni­ver­si­ty than Cars 2 . The ani­mat­ed sequel earned an “A” from Cin­e­maS­core, con­tin­u­ing Pixar’s 1818 streak of A- to A+ audi­ence polling grades. The film is slow­ly rolling out but we’ll have a pret­ty good idea of its over­seas strength over the next few weeks. More impor­tant­ly, the rel­a­tive­ly well-reviewed film will help bring Pixar’s least respect­ed fran­chise that much clos­er to respectabil­i­ty. At a glance, we’re prob­a­bly look­ing at a domes­tic fin­ish of between $150 mil­lion ( Cars 2 ‘s 2.8x week­end-to-final mul­ti­pli­er) and $191m ( Find­ing Dory ‘s 3.6x mul­ti­pli­er), with a 3.2x mul­ti­pli­er ( Mon­sters Uni­ver­si­ty ) offer­ing a $171m domes­tic cume. For what it’s worth, the film’s nar­ra­tive, […]