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  1. Overseas or world wide? This isn't getting close to 1.4 billion.
  2. Any GoTG presales update?
  3. Yep. I love both TFA and Rogue One and I can't wait for Episode VIII and IX and the Han Solo movie should be fun just based on the cast and crew involved but after Episode IX they really are going to need to branch out some at some point or else things might get stale.
  4. That sounds like a horrendous idea even if this is going to clear $500 mil domestically and over a billion worldwide. The Beauty and the Beast story is very self contained. Where exactly is there to branch out?
  5. Fandango said this was outselling CW at the same point yesterday.
  6. The bigger news in there is that it continues to outpace CA3 and BvS. Those are absolutely massive presales.
  7. Go take a look at the drops from Sunday to Monday for January 9 from 2011.
  8. That drop for Rogue One from Sunday's number seems very normal when looking at the Sunday to Monday drops for the same day and date from 2011.
  9. The key for me for the spinoff movies long term is that they branch out and actually utilize the scope of the Star Wars universe. I loved Rogue One and based on the team involved I think the Han Solo movie will be at least solid but I'd really like to see them set movies in different time periods and that aren't directly connected to the main saga if they are going to continue to do spinoffs.
  10. I have to say I find it hilarious that the Avatar fans are the on a that criticize another movie the most for having an unoriginal plot when that movie's plot is the same of a ton of movies that have come before it and every character in the film is a cliche.
  11. Based on what? The kids I saw it with (10 and 12) loved it and it seems like exit polling said kids liked it as well.
  12. That might be true but Potter movies have been more frontloaded than Star Wars films.
  13. Yeah, I'd be very interested to see how Rogue One is holding on day 2 in Australia. That is probably actually the best indicator we have for how the rest of this weekend will go in the US. Obviously a great number doesn't mean Rogue One will do great the rest of the weekend here or vice versa but that is probably the best predictor we can have for the rest of this weekend.
  14. No it doesn't. But what are your counter examples? This is uncharted territory since this is the first Star Wars film that is not part of the main series. Why would this be more frontloaded than Twilight films?
  15. I tend to agree. I don't see how this goes higher than Batman v. Superman or CA3. I think a number in that range is still possibly in play but that is almost certainly the high end.