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Pixar Has Another Hit In The Hollywood Minute

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  Original Published: 6/24/2013  Another number one hit for Pixar.    Plus, it's Brad Pitt's biggest debut ever at the box office.    And, more fallout for Paula Deen.   Cristina Mutchler has the details in today's Hollywood Minute.   "Monsters University" tops the box office over the weekend with a whopping $82-million in ticket sales.   It's the 14th film and 14th straight No. 1 hit for Pixar.   And, Brad Pitt nabs a new career high-opening weekend at the box office.   Coming in second, "World War Z" rakes in more than $66-million.   Third place, grossing more than $41-million, "Man of Steel."   Less than two weeks on the big screen and the movie has already brought in $210-million at the box office.   More bad news for Paula Deen following her admission to using a racial epithet.   Now, the Home Shopping Network, QVC is considering servering ties with the celebrity chef.   "QVC does not tolerate discriminatory behavior. We are always aware that there is on-going litigation that's examining the situation. We're watching those developments closely and reviewing our business relationship with Mrs. Deen."   In a lawsuit deposition, Deen said she's used the "N" word in the past.   She recently issued an apology by posting video statements online.   Last week, the Food Network decided it won't renew Deen's contract after it expires at the end of the month.
   
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