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  1. The Russo's made it a point to say that the stones are "reduced to atoms" but what they are can never truly be destroyed. So, somehow, they'll be remade.
  2. It is. It was still destroyed by Thanos in the main MCU timeline and the ones they took from the past were returned to their proper timelines by Cap. You didn’t see the films?
  3. Me when I saw Keaton. My only hope in all of this is the Sony-verse is another universe in the MCU multiverse and that’s their Adrian Tomes. My personal Endgame for Spider-Man is he has to leave our universe (MCU) and go into this universe because the Spider-Man in their (Sony) universe was killed and they don’t have all the heroes that the MCUniverse has. Then the MCU can be done with Spider-Man and Sony can drive the character into the dirt as they inevitably will.
  4. 1. The Eternals 2. Dune 3. Tenet 4. Godzilla vs Kong 5. Black Widow 6. Wonder Woman 1984 7. No Time to Die 8. Soul 9. Mulan 10. Raya and the Last Dragon
  5. Well yea if the ER dropped it would happen, but since ER hasn't been below 6:1 since 1993 I don't see that being something to hypothesize about lol
  6. "One day" is a long time. A billion is certain at some point, just like it is domestically, and 200M admissions is likely in China unless something replaces the theater experience in the next decade and it starts to decline. Not sure about this. If it happened in 2020, it would require a film to make over $1.25 billion in China (and that's assuming nothing else gets into the top 10 in 2020.) If we look at the global turnover of the top 10, 8 of them have occurred since 2012. It's likely by 2025 it will take over $2 billion to get into the top 10.
  7. Not going to do a full breakdown or track for obvious reasons, but I gave Doolittle a look at my theater and it's sold 11 seats for Thursday so far. It should be more walk up friendly than some other extremely low pre-sellers recently (Black Christmas) but I wouldn't expect Thursday to be over $750k.
  8. Not sure where this would fit best, but here you go. 2019 Worldwide Box Office Hits $42.5B Record; Offshore Too With $31B+: Highlights From The International Profit Center & What’s Ahead For 2020 – Global Studio Chart https://deadline.com/2020/01/highest-grossing-movie-studios-2019-record-international-global-box-office-market-share-chart-analysis-2020-forecast-1202823471/
  9. He won’t do it but I feel like Rian Johnson would work well here. I’m trying to think of someone who could handle this kind of film, in terms of scale and getting the most out of these particular characters.
  10. They are. We (members of this site) have already independently confirmed the scoop below. https://makingstarwars.net/2020/01/the-next-star-wars-film-saga-to-be-set-during-the-high-republic-era/
  11. That's not happening. Superhero movies have been, generally speaking, box office gold for 4 decades. The stories never age because the content isn't possible in the real world, unlike westerns which the world grew away from.
  12. People underestimating Avatar 2 can do so at their own peril. I'm not on the hype train that some of the more fanatical members ride, but James Cameron will deliver a visual masterpiece and it's coming out during Christmas with Disney now backing it. It's gonna make bank.
  13. Definitely. Mulan moreso IMO than Raya. Wouldn't be surprised if it goes over $300m but as of right now I'm think $215m or so.
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