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  1. Does anyone know what the record is for the biggest drop off from one film to the next in a franchise? Alice Through the Looking Glass has to have a shot at that, right? Going from $334M to most likely under $100M is hilariously awful. I can't think of anything that has even come close to that.
  2. I always liked the first one the best actually.
  3. I'm in on the this. The success of the first movie always baffled me, even with everyone being so enamored with 3D right after Avatar. I'm thinking it'll do about $135M.
  4. Opening weekend: $235M Domestic total: $820M Worldwide total: $2.370B
  5. For all its faults, I still enjoy this franchise and I'd like to see this entry....but the only two theatres within a reasonable distance for me are Cinemark and Regal. So I guess I'll just wait until it comes to Netflix.
  6. I vaguely remember from the trailer that Vin's character is immortal and his centuries (millennia?) of hunting witches is what's made him so skilled at it. So his character was rocking a beard hundreds of years ago but the story mostly takes place in present day.
  7. Henry Cavill is a very attractive man, but I wouldn't call him "pretty." He has more rugged looks.
  8. I'm out. I'm thinking somewhere in the $35-40M range here.
  9. I'm assuming you meant going ballistic, right? Unless Rogue Nation is sneaking around the Chamber of Secrets and petrifying the other movies.
  10. 1. Straight Outta Compton - $31.2M 2. Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation - $15.5M 3. The Man from U.N.C.L.E. - $15M 4. Fantastic Four - $8.8M 5. The Gift - $7.4M
  11. I'm way out on this. I don't think Straight Outta Compton will make $55M total, never mind in its opening weekend.
  12. 1. Captain America: The Winter Soldier 2. The Avengers 3. Guardians of the Galaxy 4. Iron Man 5. Captain America: The First Avenger 6. Age of Ultron 7. Thor 8. The Incredible Hulk 9. Ant-Man 10. Iron Man 2 11. Thor: The Dark World -50 feet of crap- 12. Iron Man 3
  13. I liked this movie a lot better when it was called Rocky III.
  14. Agents of Shield gets off to an uneven start and the first few episodes aren't the best. It improves a lot as the first season goes on and I think season two as a whole was a huge improvement over the first. The show really found its stride.