1 Studio's Epic Move
May 28th 2013 6:08PM
Updated May 28th 2013 7:30PM
The following video is from Tuesday's MarketFoolery podcast, in which host Chris Hill and analysts Jason Moser and Matt Koppenheffer discuss the top business and investing stories of the day.
Universal Pictures' Fast and Furious 6 racked up an estimated $120 million at the box office in the U.S. over Memorial Day weekend. It was the biggest opening weekend in Universal Pictures history. Comcast is the parent company of Universal Pictures. DreamWorks Animation's Epic also did brisk business at the box office. The animated film brought in $42 million in its opening weekend. In this installment of MarketFoolery, our analysts take stock in Fast and Furious and explain the genius behind DreamWorks' epic move.
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