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548m WW After 2 Weekends, Worldwide Smash !!! 🤡🤡🤡


Only dropped like 30% from opening weekend, unheard of for non Holiday release. Likely finish around 900m, 1 billion is possible, but lets not think about that until next weekend.

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Yes...it would seem that 900 million is a lock. If it gets a China release, then so would be a billion.

Heck...it may very well hit a billion WITHOUT China!

On a 55 million dollar budget.

BOOM

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How come you didnt act like this with end game or black panther ? In fact you were very negative with those movies from the off , so what gives queen ?

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Production budgets, for one.

Endgame: 375 million

Black Panther: 200 million

Joker: 55 million

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How convenient, adds foder to your trolling.

Still if it was an MCU film with Joker numbers and budget you would find a way to diss it.

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If Disney made ANY movie for 55 million that turned into a breakout hit I most certainly would make note of it!

The problem is it seems they are incapable of making a film with an economical budget.

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Never the less the ROI is higher than most movies that WB and Universal churn out

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How was the ROI on Dumbo, Mary Poppins Returns, The Nutcracker, Christopher Robin, Solo and A Wrinkle In Time?

Every one of those lost serious money in just the last 18 months. 4 of those lost over 100 million apiece.

P.S.: Don't forget Wreck It Ralph 2's great "ROI"...it barely broke even.

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What about the money losers for WB and Universal ? Tolkein, Captive State, Tolkein, The Goldfinch, Beach Bums, Mortal Engines, Replicas, Godzilla, Ugly Boy, The Kid That would be king ?

I could name a lot more , and at the end of the year Disney will have a vastly greater ROI on there movies compared to Univeral and WB regardless if most have a high production cost and that is fact queeny pops, and no trolling you do will change that , game, set , match

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Lol...ummm The Kid Who Would be King was a Fox release and is now Disney's.

Replicas is from Entertainment Studios.

Mortal Engines and Godzilla are the only expensive films you listed and both were co-financed where Universal only had a 40% stake in Mortal Engines and WB only had a 25% stake in Godzilla.

"Game, set, match", huh?

LOL

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WB has released 23 movies this year thats made a combined total of 2.8 billion WW, Dinsey have released just 12 with a combined total of 8.1 billion revenue , booooooom and there goes the Dynamite, Game, set championship, you lose yet again, facts

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And whats with all tbe LOL's are you a 12 year old girl or something?

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I'm not going to spend any more time trying to fix your errors. They seem to be endless.

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There not errors there facts queen, but you go ahead and bury your head in the sand

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The next big money-loser will surely be Maleficent 2...especially if it cost 185 million like the first film did.

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Maleficent 1 did pretty good though. Also it's weird how you bring up Dumbo to criticize Disney, but you ignore Godzilla which had the same issue despite an even larger budget.

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As I feared, it's not off to a very promising start. It's preview night was half of the first film's.

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You're right. The box office is pretty remarkable considering the budget, and the fact that there is almost zero special effects in the film. A full on character study like the films from the 70's -- making this kind of green.

It's a game changer, for sure.

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No China release, for another.

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Just like BvS was the biggest movie during its time. Now, it's just another turd in the DC punchbowl.

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Zooms past $700m, marvel tards are seen crying in the streets.

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