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About miketheavenger

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  1. Tuesday: IT 5,37 mln; Annabelle passed 100 m$ domestic

    In any other year, Wonder Woman and/or Get Out would've easily been the box office stories of the year. But It beats them all in that regard. What an amazing year for box office this has been, and it's far from over.
  2. So far. But Disney will have the third one, which will be the biggest of them all. Still, Warner is having a banner year and I'm quite happy for them.
  3. Wednesday Numbers: 7.9 M IT

    I really liked Spider-Man: Homecoming and it's had impressive legs (for a superhero movie) but it was far from unprecedented. Wonder Woman had an unprecedented, amazing run for its genre and even that movie pales in comparion to how shocking and impressive IT is doing. The box office story of the year and one of the best ones of all time. So no, there's really no comparison at all between them. Not even close.
  4. September should at least end on a rather strong note with Kingsman 2 and IT, even though neither are going to be monsters. I would be very happy with 1m admissions for both of them.
  5. War of the Planet of The Apes | July 14,2017

    Hopefully it can at least beat the first movie's gross, if not reach 500m.
  6. So, I've decided to return to the forums after a few weeks of hiatus because of the boring-ass late summer box office only to come back and see that It is opening to 120m+ OW? I mean, WHAT THE FUCKING FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK? An R-rated, non-3D horror movie is going to outopen a PG-13 MCU Spider-Man movie. Let that sink in for a moment. I don't think a lot of people realise the magnitude of this. This could miss a 2x multiplier at this point and it would still be one of the greatest box office stories ever. Absolutely insane!
  7. I saw Bullyparade today and it was really funny. A return to form for Bully & co.. Will hopefully have strong word-of-mouth.
  8. It's sad that Bully's humor just doesn't seem to be popular anymore. From today's standpoint it's insane that Schuh des Manitu and Traumschiff Surprise were such huge blockbusters (even though they were really good), but 10-15 years ago Bully was by far the most successful german film maker. But times change for everybody, I guess.
  9. I'm from Fulda, which is not far from the border to Thüringen.
  10. I'm from Hesse, too. Which part are you from?
  11. Dunkirk Tuesday Numbers: Dunkirk 4.48...WW 575K

    Sorry, but I just can't see a possible scenario where TLJ makes less than BatB domestically. I just don't see it.
  12. Dunkirk Tuesday Numbers: Dunkirk 4.48...WW 575K

    Dunkirk actually had a slightly bigger Tuesday increase than WW did, which is really impressive. It will probably drop harder on Wednesday, but that's still a very good sign.
  13. Franchise fatigue is going to happen eventually, though. For the long term Illumination does need new IPs, but for now they're obviously still more than fine.
  14. More annoying that it only needed a slightly better performance in China to reach 800m IMO. 170m+ in China is still pretty good, though.
  15. Good to see that WOM for The Emoji Movie won't be much better than the reviews. I haven't seen it nor do I plan to, but it always looked like a stupid idea to me. Dunkirk keeps the chances for 200m alive, which shows how big of a brand name Nolan is. Continously making quality products does that to you. DM3 still has a chance at $1 Billion worldwide, which is insane. Its box office is a mix between Shrek and Ice Age, which equals $$$. This franchise will be around for a long-ass time, folks.

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