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  1. Fair. BOM says that small portions of grosses that goes to each total to each HP-movie either domestic/overseas. So of course it’s not like all the movies made exactly $65M in UK each. Otherwise some of these HP-movies would be at $1B by now. 🤷🏻‍♀️ Still...HP1 remains even to this day..the movie closest to $1B but not actually there...yet.
  2. Good news for Harry Potter movie-fans. (myself included) It looks like Box Office Mojo just recently updated the grosses of all the HP-movies to higher numbers: Sorcerer’s Stone = 991M Chamber of Secrets = $887M Prisoner of Azkaban = $808M Goblet of Fire = $904M Order of the Phoenix = $950M Half-Blood Prince = $942M Deathly Hallows P1 = $988M Deathly Hallows P2 = $1.370B In case anyone didn’t notice. https://www.boxofficemojo.com/chart/ww_top_lifetime_gross/?area=XWW&ref_=bo_cso_ac
  3. My picks for underrated films of 2019: Aladdin (2019) Godzilla: King of the Monsters Men in Black: International The Lion King (2019) Wonder Park Pokemon: Detective Pikachu
  4. It’s also said that China might release the first Harry Potter-film in theaters over there: https://www.forbes.com/sites/scottmendelson/2020/03/19/box-office-chinese-theaters-to-reopen-with-harry-potter-in-3-d/amp/?__twitter_impression=true
  5. I also think....if China can do it somehow: Re-release The Lion King in China. That’s all I want. They could (if they can) release both animated TLK’s (the 1994-2D original and the 2019 CGI remake). Would have loved to see the original hit $1B+ WW in it’s lifetime-run and the remake go a bit over Jurassic World’s WW-gross. Though I really just want the original TLK (1994) to hit over $1B+ WW like the remake did.
  6. Well, if gets close to the reception of The Jungle Book (2016), Mulan could break out huge indeed.
  7. Either that or maybe those users want Mulan to bomb because it’s a Disney remake and they think it’s expected to be....yet again....another lesser inferior version of the animated counterpart like what happened with Aladdin & TLK last year. Just a classical wishful-thinking for the wrong reasons. It’s almost like no one’s so confident with it’s movie’s reception/quality more than it’s box office.
  8. I was busy with personal stuff. Hence why I don’t comment as much as before. And let me guess: Was it Marriage Story?
  9. Usually in my mind, the most likely big-budgeted that often flop at the box office are usually the badly received ones by critics & audiences. And there are some clear examples from the past decade: The Lone Ranger, Dark Phoenix, Jupiter Ascending, Mars needs Moms, R.I.P.D, Green Lantern, 47 Ronin, Seventh Son, Pan (2015), Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, The Mummy (2017), Robin Hood (2018), Mortal Engines, Cats, and now recently...Dolittle. Guess what they all had in common: They were badly-received bombs. And I know bad flops when I see one. Good movies rarely flop, let alone great movies. Though if you guys have some examples of great/ critically praised movies you liked/loved that sadly bombed, name them out. We don’t know exactly what the reception for “Mulan” will be. But if it underperforms, it’s not gonna be because of how that bad the movie itself might be. Since I usually stick with a normal and usual thing when: Good movies make big money, bad movies flop. Mulan might be one of the more beloved Disney-remakes..but if it bombs..don’t blame the movie itself for not being good, blame the virus. 🤷🏻‍♀️
  10. That and some Pixar originals haven’t made as much money as most of the Pixar sequels nowadays (excluding the Cars-sequels). Finding Dory, Incredibles 2 & Toy Story 4 lately..have all been huge $1B-hits and they were sequels. Nowadays for Pixar originals...you either do good like Coco, or flop like The Good Dinosaur. I guess the fact that big Pixar sequels have easier chance of being monster hits than originals have.
  11. Yeah, I understand that...but still, don’t get constantly negative whenever a movie fails financially. It just becomes repetitive and honestly tiring.
  12. Sighs....can you at least for once stop with that negative complaining? 🙄 Yes, the coronavirus might have put an effect but that doesn’t excuse for you constantly badmouthing the chances for other movies just because of that. And don’t give me that crap about “oh, these are so much of a terrible numbers for movie A, so movie B will suffer the same fate”. I really don’t care.
  13. I have to ask, in terms of Sonic the Hedgehog. Has anyone here seen the Sonic-cartoon from the 2000’s called ”Sonic X”? You know, where Sonic (and his friends from the World he is from) gets transported into Earth (our World). That one is a charming & fun show.
  14. Hmm. Will Venom 2 be an improvement over it’s predecessor, reception-wise? You know, learn from the mistakes of the first film? Since the first one has a pretty low 29% on RT.
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