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  1. Wow. Judging from the reactions here vs. Twitter and YouTube, it’s totally different. Then again, that’s always the case with this forum. As they say, film is subjective. I absolutely love the trailer from the music to the cast to the concept, and to the glimpse of action that we got. I’m very happy they didn’t show too much of the action(which if that was the case, people would be complaining about showing too much). Why would you want them to give it away in the trailer so you won’t be surprised in the theatres? Anyway I’m very excited for this and can’t wait to see it whenever it comes out. As for my prediction of where it’ll rank box office wise. I think it will make between Inception and Interstellar. I just think the film will have a slow burn because of covid-19, but it keeps going and going and going.
  2. Idk. I don’t think it’ll bomb. It’s in the release slot that made the Ride Along successful. Hardly any competition besides holdovers and taking advantage of the four day weekend.
  3. IMO I don’t see that happening. What’s really going to help TLK over perform is it being a musical. Like what happened with like Aladdin and B&tB.
  4. Wow. A lot of negativity here. Which is crazy because I’m seeing the opposite elsewhere besides Reddit. I think it looks really realistic and majestic. Just how I imagined a live-action-like The Lion King would look like. Love Beyonce’s voice and for some reason, Timon and Pumbaa just sound natural to me. The more I’ve seen has me more and more hyped.
  5. How far of a drop you think it’s going to take? $1.2B? Under a billion? Let’s get it on record. Also, you’re making it a competition about two movies from the same company. Disney wins either way.
  6. I loved this teaser! I also admire J.J. bringing back Dan Mindel as cinematographer. This trailer was very beautiful to look at, and just has this epic feel to it. Even more than the TFA to me. Palpatine’s laugh at the end gave me chills!
  7. That was a great trailer. The music, CGI, the voices were all great. Takes me back to when I was a kid. It’s really interesting to see the reactions here and see the exact opposite on Twitter(which it’s still trending #1) and Instagram. I think this will give Avengers: Endgame competition in the domestic market for the #1 spot. TLK doesn’t have strong competition for a month after it comes out.
  8. Rotten Tomatoes user scores(or any site that has a user based scores) are useless. I still don’t know why some people still take it seriously.
  9. 1. Avengers: Infinity War 2. Widows 3. Halloween 4. Incredibles 2 5. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom 6. The Predator 7. Deadpool 2 8. Solo: A Star Wars Story 9. Aquaman 10. Godzilla: King of the Monsters
  10. I mean it doesn’t bother me, but it does cut its legs a bit. Blur-ray releases literally 3 months after and even less on digital.
  11. I’m curious how was your last weekend forecast compared to the actually results? I think your final total prediction is really pessimistic considering the drops it had so far. I think the rock bottom is $662M at this point. It’s holding better than Jurassic World and ahead of it about $15M. I can’t imagine it only doing just $10M more.
  12. Is this a glitch or did Black Panther increase much in its second weekend. That seems pretty good considering the gloom from some in this thread. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/intl/cis/?yr=2018&wk=9&p=.htm
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