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  2. it honestly looks good to me. The marketing campaign already seems pretty aggressive for this I can see hit being a moderate hit
  3. Quick note: I have all the data for Empire 25, Lincoln Square, and Cinemagic for Tuesday. Don’t know when I will get it up (maybe tomorrow, maybe tonight). But I do have it for the records.
  4. I'm thinking the opposite, in the 250/600 neighborhood.
  5. I just saw "Far From Home" and I want currency in large amounts from everyone who insisted to me that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is now a multiverse and there are eight hundred and seventy-six Steve Rogers running around and that "Far From Home" was going to confirm it for me.
  6. Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-16 Days and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 27 111 5,060 2.19% Total Showings Added Today: 2 Total Seats Added Today: 288 Total Seats Sold Today: 23 0.076x of The Lion King 16 days before release (The Lion King had 24 days of presales, while Hobbs & Shaw has 34 days of presales) T-16: Lion King: 102 tickets sold Finally, a decent number that's worth sharing. And we even have a comp...kind of. Obviously, these two aren't a perfect match, but what are you gonna do?
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  8. Also, I'm heading to the "Endgame" thread to brag about this, but I want some form of currency from each and every person who insisted to me that the MCU was now a multiverse, that there are now like forty-two different Steve Rogers running around, and that tHe RuSsO BrOtHeRS cOnFiRmEd tHe MuLtIvErSe iS ReAl AnD yOu'Ll sEE iN "FaR FrOm HoMe."
  9. I just got back from this and... uhhhh... It wasn't... horrible and it wasn't great, but it straddled good. I'm not sure now if Tom Holland can carry the franchise like Robert Downey, Jr. did. This movie made it glaringly obvious how much of a glue to the MCU that he was... and it might be irreplaceable glue. The post-Hulk Snap world is already bright and cheery and back together a mere eight months after everyone returns to life? I thought Jake's portrayal was much too cartoonish and overacted. Happy and May...? Huh?? The transition from non-tingly Peter to tingly Peter was... ehhh... We go from Mysterio using an illusion to fake like he's been hit by a stray bullet, to him standing with a gun to Peter's head... to him laying on the ground dying? What did I miss in this sequence of events? ...other than Peter just leaving him on the floor, supposedly dead. This movie seemed was not paced well at all and the last third was a big mess. Except for... J.K. SIMMONS, WHAT THE HELL!?!?!?!?!? EDIT: Another positive... the IMAX expanded ratio transitions were really well done. At first I was supremely annoyed, 'cause I thought the lesser IMAX screen I was watching the movie on (compared to the one at the Metreon in downtown SF) wasn't expanding properly, but then I realized it was and I just wasn't noticing the transitions. Well done.
  10. Article was already disproved. The original source seriously botched up basic math.
  11. The Lion King Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-2 Days and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 112 4,783 19,516 24.51% Total Showings Sold Today: 5 Total Seats Added Today: 326 Total Seats Sold Today: 731 That's about a 57.5% jump from yesterday. From a raw numbers perspective, starting from a really high 464, that seems like a fantastic jump. Again, I have no comps, but 731 tickets is still 731 tickets.
  12. Please. Is Cersei not the perfect example of a female character with serious character flaws? The problem with Dany isn't that people hated that she had flaws but that her descent into madness was too quick and didn't make sense. Heck, I grew to dislike Dany exactly because I thought she was too arrogant, entitled and power hungry. Those are certainly character flaws in my book. If some of you aren't noticing flawed female characters, then perhaps you're arent paying close enough attention or watching enough tv shows or movies that center women characters.
  13. Titanic 3D re-release made a giant amount in China, I doubt there is any rules about that.
  14. DP is the king of the video game adaptation. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.theverge.com/2019/7/16/20696847/detective-pikachu-warcraft-highest-grossing-video-game-movie-record&ved=0ahUKEwjfhZbx-7rjAhWbbc0KHW0nC4M4HhCpAggyKAEwAw&usg=AOvVaw2YwocM4lDfyE5tKRlBUUK5
  15. Yes, plus probably helping to start Disney+ in a strong enough footprint it might run in a better way than e.g. much money loan needing Netflix, and plus helping ticket sales for Disneyland, sales of their merchandise there too, but also making middle term and long term advertising per now young visitors (and short timed their older sibling / parents too) for their upcoming movies, like thes did e.g. for the first GotG then a few monnths before its release in 2014, and later with their Mission Breakout thing. or those https://www.insider.com/marvel-land-disneyland-info-2018-3
  16. Of course not.....but it would still look as if TROS was imitating ENDGAME by using it as a major plotpoint.
  17. I got this trailer a bunch of times earlier this year. I'm somewhat looking forward to the movie, but I don't need to see this trailer another half dozen times before January.
  18. Hype, Nostalgia, one big factor was the novelty of watching the park fully functional. They saw the park when it wasn't functional, here the park was functional, full of people and let but not the least, the most important factor..... Dinosaurs..!!
  19. #26 Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) Composed by Jerry Goldsmith 460 Points Top 10 Placements: 2 The OG Star Trek film now shows up with its best performance yet. This was the first of five Star Trek film scores for Jerry Goldsmith, and his main theme for the movie would live on, most notably as the main theme for the Next Generation TV show. Goldsmith's intention was to compose a sweeping and romantic score for the movie, to evoke the wonder and discovery of space exploration, though he also utilized electronic instruments and synths to represent the mysterious construct V'Ger. This is the only Star Trek film to feature a formal overture. So there are 25 scores left to go. I will do 5 a day, Wednesday to Sunday.
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