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  1. Part A: 1. Will Frozen to more than $120M? 1000 Yes 2. Will Frozen Open to more than $150M? 2000 No 3. Will Frozen Open to more than $135M? 3000 Yes 4. Will Frozen increase on Saturday? 4000 No 5. Will Frozen make more than 75% of the total gross of the top 5 movies of the weekend? 5000 No 6. Will Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood open to more than $13M? 1000 Yes 7. Will Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood open to more than $16M? 2000 Yes 8. Will 21 Bridges open to more than $6M? 3000 Yes 9. Will 21 Bridges open to more than $9M? 4000 No 10. Beautiful day open to more than double 21 Bridges? 5000 Yes 11. Will Beautiful Day open in 2nd place? 1000 Yes 12. Will Ford vs Ferrari drop less than 50%? 2000 Yes 13. Will Dark Water Open above Charlie's Angels? 3000 No 14. Will Midway stay in the top 5? 4000 Yes 15. Will Playing with Fire stay in the top 5? 5000 No 16. Will Ford vs Ferrari's Domestic Total overtakeTerminator's by the end of Sunday? 1000 Yes 17. Will Charlie's Angels have the worst PTA in the top 10? 2000 Yes 18. Will Maleficent stay above Harriet? 3000 Yes 19. How many films will make more than $4M this weekend? 4000 7 20. Will this weekend get back to normal, or is Frozen opening to $52,5M million because cinema is dead? 5000 69£ Bonus: 12/20 3000 13/20 5000 14/20 8000 15/20 12000 16/20 16,000 17/20 20,000 18/20 26,000 19/20 32,000 20/20 40,000 Part B: The top 3 predictions will score points as follows: Closest: Within 1% - 15,000, Within 2,5% - 12000, Within 5% 9,000, Within 10% - 6000 Outside 10% - 3000 points 2nd Closest: Within 1% - 12,000, Within 2,5% - 10000, Within 5% 7,000, Within 10% - 4000 Outside 10% - 2000 points 3rd Closest: Within 1% - 10,000, Within 2,5% - 8000, Within 5% 5,000, Within 10% - 2000 Outside 10% - 1000 points 1. What will Frozen make for its 3 day OW? 147M 2. What will Last Cheristmas's Sunday gross be? 1.7M 3. What will Joker's PTA be for the 3 day weekend? $1,800 Part 😄 There will be 6 films to place and points are expanded because traditionally people haven't scored well here: 2. A Beauiful Day in the Neighborhood 4. 21 Bridges 5. Midway 7. Charlie’s Angels 9. Joker 11. Harriet
  2. Time for a full set of new predictions: Nomination counts: 11: The Irishman (Picture, Director, Actor, Supporting Actor x2, Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, Editing, Production Design, Makeup, Visual Effects) 9: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Picture, Director, Actor, Supporting Actor, Original Screenplay, Cinematography, Editing, Production Design, Costume Design) 8: Parasite (Picture, Director, Supporting Actor, Original Screenplay, International Film, Editing, Production Design, Sound Editing) 7: 1917 (Picture, Director, Cinematography, Editing, Visual Effects, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing) Jojo Rabbit (Picture, Director, Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay, Editing, Costume Design, Score) Joker (Picture, Actor, Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, Makeup, Score, Sound Editing) 6: Little Women (Picture, Actress, Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay, Production Design, Costume Design) Marriage Story (Picture, Actor, Actress, Supporting Actress, Original Screenplay, Score) 4: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Score, Visual Effects, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing) 3: Bombshell (Actress, Supporting Actress, Makeup) Ford v. Ferrari (Original Screenplay, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing) 2: Cats (Song, Sound Mixing) Frozen II (Animated, Song) Harriet (Actress, Song) Honeyland (International Film, Documentary) The Lighthouse (Supporting Actor, Cinematography) Pain and Glory (Actor, International Film) Rocketman (Song, Sound Mixing) Weathering with You (International Film, Animated) I'm slowly starting to think the major director snub will be Tarantino. I still have him in (and Hollywood getting two wins), but I feel like Baumbach or Phillips will have more passionate votes. The narrative to give Tarantino a directing win this year has passed imo. I've dropped The Farewell from everything too. I think it's lost too much momentum, and Little Women and Bombshell are emerging in the acting categories. There's always been discussion about one of the three Sony movies not making it, and Neighborhood is the likely casualty. Maybe my stance on it will change after it releases, but I'm not feeling much passion for it.
  3. In a year with some pretty bad flops, Doctor Sleep might be the most embarrassing of them all. There's no reason it should be making this little
  4. Doctor Sleep, Last Christmas, and Jojo Rabbit were all selling similarly at my theater last night (excluding the late Dolby show for DS which added like 20 seats; IMAX was selling jackshit). For a college town, the latter two had pretty strong results, but DS’ performance makes me think under 20M is happening,
  5. 1. Frozen II 2. Little Women 3. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker 4. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood 5. 1917 6. Ford v. Ferrari
  6. TOP 15 ETC PREDICTION TEMPLATE Below is a helpful template to use for making predictions. All Players who use this template for their predictions will receive 20,000 bonus points for making my life easier when I have to score everything at the end of the game. A: Domestic top 15: 1) Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker: 750M 2) Frozen II: 480M 3) Jumanji: The Next Level: 300M 4) Birds of Prey: 210M 5) Cats: 170M 6) Bad Boys for Life: 120M 7) Ford v. Ferrari: 115M 😎 Little Women: 110M 9) A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood: 105M 10) 1917: 100M 11) Doctor Sleep: 90M 12) Knives Out: 85M 13) Spies in Disguise: 76M 14) Sonic the Hedgehog: 75M 15) Last Christmas: 64M Backup 16*) The King's Man: 55M *Only used if a film above exits the game B: Top 7 Domestic OW: 1) Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker: 250M 2) Frozen II: 155M 3) Birds of Prey: 100M 4) Jumanji: The Next Level: 70M 5) Bad Boys for Life: 43M 6) Doctor Sleep: 38M 7) Sonic the Hedgehog: 35M Backup 8*) The King's Man: 32M *Only used if a film above exits the game 😄 Worldwide top 12: 1) Frozen II: 1.35B 2) Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker: 1.2B 3) Jumanji: The Next Level: 1.1B 4) Cats: 700M 5) Birds of Prey: 600M 6) Ford v. Ferrari: 330M 7) 1917: 300M 😎 Little Women: 250M 9) Doctor Sleep: 200M 10) Sonic the Hedgehog: 170M 11) A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood: 150M 12) Dolittle: 130M Backup 13*) The King's Man: 120M *Only used if a film above exits the game 😧 TOP 5 Weekends 1) December 20-22: 300M 2) December 27-29: 290M 3) November 29-Dec 1: 250M 4) November 22-24: 240M 5) January 3-5: 200M backup 6*) February 7-9: 180M *Only used if a film above exits the game E: Multipliers 1) Cats: 6x 2) Little Women: 5.2x 3) Knives Out: 4.5x 4) Ford v. Ferrari: 4.25x 5) A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood: 4.15x backup 6*) Jumanji: The Next Level: 4x *Only used if a film above exits the game F: Total Grosses Top 15 DOM) 2.85B Top7 OW) 691M Top 12 WW) 6.48B Top 5 W/E) 1.28B Average Multi) 4.82x G: RANDOM FREE QUESTIONS RFQ1: Predict which film will finish closest to each of the following milestones domestically by the end of the game: A: 70M Sonic the Hedgehog B: 100M 1917 😄 200M Birds of Prey 😧 300M Jumanji: The Next Level E: 400M Jumanji: The Next Level RFQ2: Predict which film will finish closest to each of the following milestones Worldwide by the end of the game: A: $1.2B Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker B: $900M Jumanji: The Next Level 😄 700M Cats 😧 500M Birds of Prey E: 300M 1917 RFQ3: Predict the highest grossing film released in each month by the end of the game: A: November Frozen II B: December Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker 😄 January Bad Boys for Life D February Birds of Prey E: Best Picture Joker DO NOT ALTER THE TEMPLATE! JUST ADD IN YOUR ANSWERS AS REQUIRED. FOLLOWING THIS ONE SIMPLE INSTRUCTION WILL LAND YOU 20,000 BONUS POINTS
  7. Could i possibly throw a preseason together in half an hour?
  8. If The Lighthouse had double the theaters, it probably could’ve made the top 5. Really happy to see it doing this well, especially because it’s much less accessible than The Witch.
  9. My take right now: 1. Joaquin Phoenix, Joker 2. Adam Driver, Marriage Story 3. Antonio Banderas, Pain and Glory 4. Leonardo DiCaprio, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood 5. Robert De Niro, The Irishman 6. Eddie Murphy, Dolemite Is My Name 7. Jonathan Pryce, The Two Popes 8. Matthew Rhys, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood 9. Christian Bale, Ford v. Ferrari 10. Matt Damon, Ford v. Ferrari Leo and De Niro have their names going against them. Both give performances being called some of the best of their careers, yet they aren't in a position to win unlike their supporting co-stars. As Coolio said, those are the performances most likely to get snubbed (with or without co-stars with more hype). Amy Adams in Arrival is probably the prime example of this, though other recent ones include Emily Blunt, James Franco, and Steve Carell. It also doesn't help that Leo and De Niro are both previous winners with no narratives for a comeback (especially when De Niro's last nomination had that) or overdueness whereas everyone I just listed hasn't won. I can definitely see some freak scenario where neither gets in and two of 6-8 make it; the only reason I have them in currently is due to the strength of their films
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