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  1. I think they are talking about the Chinese market solely
  2. This will be shot by Roger Deakins, that's reason why he won't do Dune for Villeneuve
  3. And I don't get how you aspire to make a biopic about Neil Armstrong and completely bypass how his life was changed by the landing on the moon
  4. Everything that involved space flight and the moon landings was absolutely terrific. Had the whole movie been centered on the Apollo 11 itself, I think this could have been a real winner, because Chazelle's handling of the space sequences, like I said, was quite incredible
  5. They should've released this in July next year, to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. It would have a given it a extra degree of exposure and relevance
  6. I wish somebody would devote this sort of resources to a Batman animated movie, making in the vein of Long Halloween's art style. This looks beautiful
  7. They should've released this July next year, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the actual event
  8. Probably not the right thread to place this question, but does anyone have any data concerning Hollywood's market share in the worlwide market in the last few years? And if possible, also its market share in Western Europe alone? Thanks a bunch
  9. I actually think ROTS is the worst Star Wars movie ever. And the duel between Yoda and Palpatine is fan service of the worst kind. It undermines both characters, serves no purpose and seems it was put in there to give answer to playground arguments on who would win in a fight
  10. Adam Driver is one hell of an actor and Kylo Ren the character I'm interested the most in the new trilogy
  11. I'm always reminded of The Right Stuff. That movie was a box office flop, had great reviews and won 4 oscars and was nominated for 4 others, including Best Picture. Just meaning to point out that box office failure does not always imply a movie will be ignored come oscars time
  12. Let Villeneuve do Dune the way he wants. The source material is incredible and he seems to be fully attuned with it. If it flops, it flops

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