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  1. Well they do still need to advertise, and September seems like a reasonable window of time to start.
  2. Lmao what? What did you think an action adventure buddy movie through the jungle would be like, not fun?
  3. I'm saying that last week when Black Widow had a much softer drop people went apeshit but it's crickets with a nearly 80 percent plummet.
  4. They literally announced it as "Justice League Part One" and "Justice League Part Two". Whether Snyder wanted a third or didn't, only two ever got greenlit. https://screenrant.com/justice-league-part-1-2-release-dates-zack-snyder/
  5. If WB is interested in guarantee people will see it in theaters, they should make it theatrical exclusive They could, but they've already made clear that they won't.
  6. WB commits to a lot of franchises that don't wins up going anywhere. Remember Ava Duvernays New Gods movie? Or about the other 70 percent of DC movies that they announce, attach talent to and then never materialize?
  7. Dune is not being advertised as a part one, and the director himself has said it's not greenlit. It's not "secretly in pre production". From the man himself, talking about HBO Maxs potential impact on the film "Streaming can produce great content, but not movies of “Dune’s” scope and scale. Warner Bros.’ decision means “Dune” won’t have the chance to perform financially in order to be viable and piracy will ultimately triumph. Warner Bros. might just have killed the “Dune” franchise. This one is for the fans. AT&T’s John Stankey said that the streaming horse left the barn. In t
  8. Anticipation and awareness does not necessarily mean jack shit. Detective Pikachu had crazy trailer view numbers that absolutely did not translate into comparable box office.
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