Now that Pixar has broken with Disney, studios are getting in line to propose marriage to Steve Jobs. All he's done is bring in $2.5 billion in box office and sell 150 million videos and DVDs since it all began with Toy Story. "There's nothing closer to a sure thing," one studio executive tells the L.A. Times. It's a long way from the garage where Jobs and the Woz started Apple Computer. LAT, NYT, Variety, Hollywood Reporter.
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