You're being thick.
Quote the article where it SPECIFICALLY references Disney film executives.
You can't, because thats not what it says.
Here, let me help you out as you seem to have issues being honest:
"EARLY MONDAY AM UPDATE: Disney has yet to release its morning figures, but rivals are figuring that Captain Marvel came in with a $154 million opening after a $39M Sunday. Together with her overseas take of $302M –the fifth-best overseas debut of all time — global debut for the Disney pic stands at $456M. By the end of its first week (or less), film finance executives are saying that Captain Marvel will hit $750M global-plus (even if it’s front-loaded) and pass break-even in its theatrical cycle based off combined net production and global marketing costs of $300M."
Read the first line again. Disney has yet to release its morning figures, but RIVALS are figuring....
So that clearly infers that Disney hasn't said a thing, but RIVALS i.e. their competition have made an educated guess.
The "film finance executives" is still referring to Disney RIVALS. Disney is not quoted as saying a damn thing.
So go fuck yourself if you think you can tell me i've got a reading comprehension problem.
Oh, and heres the rest of my post that you couldn't challenge either,
Firstly the headline of the article reads "Captain Marvel’ Rises To $154M U.S. Opening; Experts Say Female Superhero Pic Will Pass Breakeven In Week’s Time"
Absolutely NOTHING about DISNEY FILM FINANCE EXECUTIVES.
The only people who know for sure what the break even point is, is Disney, and you have nothing from Disney in that article.
The "hard drop" on the Monday is typical of lots of movies that open big on their opening weekend, Captain Marvel is nothing new in that respect.
As for YOUR claim that Disney are buying tickets, put up or shut up.
One thing is for sure, it doesn't need to make $750 for the break even point, and even if that were the case, everyone except YOU knows it'll su