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VenomXXR last won the day on April 10 2019

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  1. Warner Bros. Won’t Share ‘Tenet’ Box Office Data, Angering Rival Studios https://variety.com/2020/film/box-office/warner-bros-tenet-box-office-studios-1234767113/? Seems like this could be another precedent. If PVOD/VOD doesn't kill this forum, this would (not that I expect this to take hold.)
  2. If everything was totally normal, I'd be in on an "over $500m domestic" club for this thing. But nothing is normal and I have no idea what to do with it, other than to say it looks awesome.
  3. IMO, there's no point tracking anything until theaters are fully back open. The whole purpose of tracking is to have comparisons between genres and types to better prognosticate on future films. None of that can be done right now. Any data that comes out right now is so highly skewed it would be laughable. Just my 2 cents.
  4. Feb 21: Black Widow May 21: Eternals Aug 21: Shang-Chi Dec 21: Spider-Man 3 Then for 2022 / 23, every date can stay where it already is in theory, although I'd like to see some more space between the four films in 2022. Four films in 6 months may be a bit much.
  5. Last February released MCU movie was Black Panther, and its first trailer was in June 2017. With that being said, the global situation is way different. I wouldn't expect a trailer until they're more sure they can hit that February 2021 date.
  6. Agreed. No matter the circumstances, if a film loses money it's not a success story. Given current conditions, as long as it does break even (which will indeed take $500-600 million worldwide) we can give it a pass.
  7. The only thing I’ve learned in the last 3 pages of this thread is that BOT users suck at analogies....
  8. By the end of this decade, first run VOD of major films (I'm talking Endgame, Avatar level) will be a norm that theaters will have to live with or die from. By the end of next decade, theaters will be the equivalent of drive-in theaters today. Some will be able to hold out as nostalgia pieces and purist attractions but 97% of them will be gone.
  9. Agreed. Saying $200 million is a "disappointment" bar is someone not living in the real world. Can Thor 4 do it? Sure. I don't think it's likely though.
  10. Since this is a box office forum, here is my current prediction for a March 25, 2022 release of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.... $140 million domestic opening $392 million domestic total $544 million OS-C total $235 million China total $1.171 billion worldwide total
  11. Current estimates are a 40% YOY drop in domestic box office. I imagine worldwide will be similar. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/box-offices-best-case-scenario-down-40-percent-1289032
  12. ^^ Me returning to this place to see the madness and carnage.
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