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Gabriel Sales

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  1. In my opinion, once again, Warner Bros erred in its strategy, just as it erred in the DC universe. The spin-offs should have been released after the sequel to 'The Lego Movie'. I think maybe it was a requirement of LEGO, if it was, the ambition to sell more 'building bricks' undermined a promising franchise.
  2. Maybe if it was a Disney/Pixar animation the movie would be more commented here. But I'm sure Illumination/Universal does not care about that, as long as your movies are making barrels of money, that's okay. I remind you that 'The secret life of Pets' was the most lucrative film of 2016 and 'Despicable Me 3' has everything to be the of 2017.
  3. 150 domestic + 40 China + 70 OS = 260 WW
  4. My opinion is totally contrary, I see 'Minions' for 'Despicable Me 3' as important as 'The Avengers' went to 'Iron Man 3'.
  5. F8 OW in China OVER TFA domestic OW club.

    While believing it to be difficult to overcome TFA's OW, if it does happen it will be historic. It will be the beginning of the new world order in the cinema, China will soon be the world's greatest power, this is inevitable and undisputed, in the movies, will be the greatest power yet in that decade.
  6. Maybe less joke and more content? Zootopia did not have many jokes, or famous characters like Batman, had only a great story and script, so it was a success worldwide.
  7. I agree it is a success! In the US, UK and in the future Australia. WB will make a good profit on the film, but could do much more if the jokes did not sound better in the English language.
  8. I agree! It will improve when it opens in Australia, considering that the film has been doing well in English-speaking countries, I predict between $ 15-20 million. In Japan it must bomb. Even so the overseas numbers are mediocre in view of the commercial potential Lego films have.
  9. China Box Office: General Discussion Thread

    I agree in part! Angry Birds last year made $ 75 million (budget return). Lego Batman has been making good numbers in the United States and United Kingdom, the rest of the world just 'ok', in some countries has been a bomb. In my opinion Batman is an overrated character, stayed after the Nolan movies. I think if it was a more focused animation in the Lego universe would do better numbers in China and other countries.
  10. Terrible opening for Lego Batman in China! The Lego films can be considered a success for what they are proposing to do. The Lego Movie was an undisputed hit only in the English-speaking countries, (US $257 million, UK $57 million and Australia $27 million...Total: $341 milhões). Excluding the English-speaking countries the film made only $125 million. I believe it to be unanimous that the jokes are directed to this language. Despite its success in some countries, it may be time for Warner Bros. to review its strategy for Lego films.
  11. China Box Office: General Discussion Thread

    Terrible opening for Lego Batman! The Lego films can be considered a success for what they are proposing to do. The Lego Movie was an undisputed hit only in the English-speaking countries, (US $257 million, UK $57 million and Australia $27 million...Total: $341 milhões). Excluding the English-speaking countries the film made only $125 million. I believe it to be unanimous that the jokes are directed to this language. Despite its success in some countries, it may be time for Warner Bros. to review its strategy for Lego films.
  12. China Box Office: General Discussion Thread

    Worse than anticipated for Lego Batman. $ 10 million is out!
  13. Monday Numbers - Get Out - 4.1m

    86% drop for Lego Batman? ($ 860.161) Sad!
  14. Too low for Lego Batman, but it was expected. Great opportunity lost by WB. Maybe 'Ninjago' makes Lego movies more popular in China. Exchange rate for LEGO is worse?
  15. China Box Office: General Discussion Thread

    Will LEGO Batman really be a bomb in China?
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