“Pixar is now five for five,” said Apple and Pixar CEO Steve Jobs at a conference call with analysts on Thursday. He was referring to the fact that all of his company’s films have been major hits at the box office. Pixar’s latest, “Finding Nemo,” is no exception. The film propelled the company’s second quarter earnings to US$19.5 million or 34 cents per diluted share, compared to $10.4 million, or 20 cents per share, last year. “Finding Nemo has passed The Lion King to become the most successful animated film ever released in North America,” said Jobs. However, he did make it clear that “Nemo’s performance is a once in a lifetime experience, so please don’t expect it again.”