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grim22    51,680

WB seem to be shoring up 2016 and 2017 following a relatively disappointing 2015 for them.

 

 
2016 will see the kickoff of the DCEU and 2017 will see Spielberg, Affleck, Nolan in addition to Wonder Woman and the Justice League.
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kayumanggi    23,851

THIS IS THE FIRST TIME IN BOM'S HISTORY (1980-2015) THAT WARNER BROTHERS WON'T HAVE A SINGLE FILM IN THE TOP 15.

Yes, we are going by BOM's chart. AMERICAN SNIPER is a 2014 film.

Rank Movie Title (click to view) Studio
Total Gross /Theaters Opening / Theaters Open Close
1 Jurassic World Uni. $651,771,446 4,291 $208,806,270 4,274 6/12 -
2 Avengers: Age of Ultron BV $459,005,868 4,276 $191,271,109 4,276 5/1 10/8
3 Inside Out BV $355,562,000 4,158 $90,440,272 3,946 6/19 -
4 Furious 7 Uni. $352,786,830 4,022 $147,187,040 4,004 4/3 7/24
5 Minions Uni. $334,849,695 4,311 $115,718,405 4,301 7/10 -
6 Cinderella (2015) BV $201,151,353 3,848 $67,877,361 3,845 3/13 9/17
7 Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation Par. $195,042,377 3,988 $55,520,089 3,956 7/31 -
8 Pitch Perfect 2 Uni. $183,785,415 3,660 $69,216,890 3,473 5/15 7/30
9 The Martian Fox $182,806,753 3,854 $54,308,575 3,831 10/2 -
10 Ant-Man BV $179,243,000 3,868 $57,225,526 3,856 7/17 -
11 Home (2015) Fox $177,397,510 3,801 $52,107,731 3,708 3/27 9/10
12 Fifty Shades of Grey Uni. $166,167,230 3,655 $85,171,450 3,646 2/13 5/7
13 The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water Par. $162,994,032 3,680 $55,365,012 3,641 2/6 5/28
14 Straight Outta Compton Uni. $161,058,685 3,142 $60,200,180 2,757 8/14 -
15 Hotel Transylvania 2 Sony $156,004,480 3,768 $48,464,322 3,754 9/25 -
16 San Andreas WB $155,190,832 3,812 $54,588,173 3,777 5/29 10/15
17 Mad Max: Fury Road WB $153,636,354 3,722 $45,428,128 3,702 5/15 9/24

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PRESIDENT BKB    12,853
On ‎9‎/‎15‎/‎2015‎ ‎5‎:‎05‎:‎44‎, zackzack said:

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Getting a 20th anniversary at Toronto. Damn lucky Canadians.

Warner will release a new BluRay package next year.

:excited:

This movie kicks so much ass that you make me want to pop my DVD in of this just because of that..

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TalismanRing    22,411
1 hour ago, kayumanggi said:

THIS IS THE FIRST TIME IN BOM'S HISTORY (1980-2015) THAT WARNER BROTHERS WON'T HAVE A SINGLE FILM IN THE TOP 15.

Yes, we are going by BOM's chart. AMERICAN SNIPER is a 2014 film.

By the end of the year they might not have one in the top 20. :wacko:

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James    8,263
On 11/2/2015, 3:28:09, moviesRus said:

Man, the DCU cannot come soon enough for Warner Brothers. Truly dreadful year for them. At least it probably makes Sony feel better. 

Huh? Man, just take a good look on the BOM studio section. Considering the fact they had none of their major franchises, they had an unbelievable year. With Creed and In The Heart of the Sea they will likely close the year with almost 1.7B. That is bigger than any year Disney ever had, except for 2013 and 2015, also bigger than any Universal year, except for 2015, bigger than any Fox year, except for 2014, bigger than any Paramount year, except for 2011, bigger than any Sony year, except for 2006.  The fact that they had no massive hit is irrelevant. They are simply in a league of their own. Just consider that an average year total for the Warners (1.7B) is a fantastic year total for any other studio.   

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TalismanRing    22,411

Variety: After a Rough Film Year, Can Kevin Tsujihara Lead Warner Bros. Back to the Top?

 

http://variety.com/2015/film/features/warner-bros-2015-kevin-tsujihara-1201646933/

 

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Warners’ succession of bombs began early in the year with the Wachow­ski siblings’ “Jupiter Ascending,” which lost more than $100 million, followed by the TV spy nostalgia trip “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.,” the wildly over-inflated fantasy jaunt “Pan” and this month’s “Our Brand Is Crisis,” a quirky political drama that even perennial box office stalwart Sandra Bullock couldn’t save. This year’s write-offs could be substantial, although the studio has financial partners on most of its movies. Insiders suggest that the loss on “Pan,” alone is estimated at $100 million, and “Man from U.N.C.L.E.” an estimated $50 million.

 

 

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kayumanggi    23,851

What could this possibly be?

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CJohn    47,206

Don't they already have a Justice League movie for November? Or is that August?

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kayumanggi    23,851
9 minutes ago, CJohn said:

Don't they already have a Justice League movie for November? Or is that August?

 

It's November. This is different. Also, LIVE BY NIGHT has also been dated. Kindly move it.

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CJohn    47,206
4 minutes ago, kayumanggi said:

 

It's November. This is different. Also, LIVE BY NIGHT has also been dated. Kindly move it.

Isn't that already somewhere on the main forum?

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kayumanggi    23,851
7 minutes ago, CJohn said:

Isn't that already somewhere on the main forum?

 

It was moved to the On the Lot after having its initial date removed.

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James    8,263
On 3/22/2016 at 5:59 PM, CJohn said:

 

Ah shit. 

 

Why are you surprised? That movie turned more profit than most blockbuster movies. :lol: 257m on a 6m budget.

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a2knet    11,208
3 hours ago, James said:

Why are you surprised? That movie turned more profit than most blockbuster movies. :lol: 257m on a 6m budget.

:wacko:

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