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  1. @cayommagazine Brian Larsen (Smash and Grab) signs on to write and direct an untitled Endless Animation feature that Pete Docter (Gateways, To The Moon) will produce. Details will arrive this weekend.
  2. @cayommagazine Isabella Moner (Thirsty, Mass Effect: Ascension, Shiverin’ Gulch) joins My Hero Academia: One For All replacing Ariel Winter as Ocahco Uraraka.
  3. While the reviews for SYI? have been disappointing, it’s a learning experience. I’d like to thank you for reviewing the film. Recently, I’ve begun to doubt my writing skills but am still looking on ways to improve. Hopefully WhatAToon’s My Hero Academia, and Endless Animation’s Naughty! and Squirrel Girl 2 turn out better and manage to recapture the heart, risks and animation wonder.
  4. @cayommagazine Jennifer Yuh Nelson (the Kung Fu Panda series, the Spark series) has signed on to direct Green Lantern Corps: Primal, the third chapter and end of the first trilogy for the series. The cast for the film has been revealed but contains Massive Spoilers below:
  5. Love After Loving Metropolitan Cinemas Saturday, February 11th, Y7 3/72 seats (4% sold) 8:30 PM It’s just me and the horny couple from Johnny Johnny. I have bought some edibles after hearing crazy reviews to see what I trip on for. Trailers: I’ll Always Be There - silence except for the sound of making out. Fatal Attraction - A few gasps from me, as well as the couple but that was more risqué in nature. Dear Evan Hansen - mild intrigue as the boy mutters how hot Zendaya is as he and his girlfriend continue flirting. Higher Ground - silence Into The Doghouse - some intrigue for me, as the girl makes a bunch of double entendres to her partner about dogs and bones, I took my first edible around here to avoid the awkwardness. Monster Bug Wars - silence except for an orgasm. This movie wasn’t good to be frank, it was pretty bad. While the edibles did soft the blows, it eventually got so disgusting the even the horny couple stopped in mid coitus during on scene. Afterwards I had the theater for myself and the experience got slightly better but it was a rough film. Hopefully 2 improves.
  6. Beyblade: The War Unleashed - Let Them Rip Metropolitan Cinemas Saturday, April 1st, Y7 210/250 seats (84% sold) 8:30 PM The audience is pretty divisive of families with male children around 8-12, as well as nostalgic Gen Zers, a few teens from the Johnny Johnny movie I saw high on edibles as I am sober because I ate all of mine for Love After Living Trailers Tony Hawk: Pro Skater - mild chatter, as the high teens talk about what it’s like to be the skateboard The Long Way Home - lots of chatter as they’re some oohs and aahs at certain scenes, laughs at Amelia’s moments as the high teens are confused if it’s Kira or Arisia on screen Scooby-Doo: Cult of The Creeper - mild chatter as a few scares for the young children but the audience loved the Doo theme song playing. The high teens sung Scooby Doo off beat Dual Consequnces - small chatter, applause at the jet ski scene Sir Thymes Time 2 - decent amount of chatter, a few kids asked if they could see it to their parents Dawn of The Last Six - decent amount of chatter mainly for Theron as Lust The movie was genuinely a fun ride despite not being the best film. Some of the more nostalgic adults were disappointed at the ludicrousness but the children as well as the stoners loved the film. The stories also tried to make sense of the triple quadruple points but got distracted and thought of Mexican food. Half the audience stayed for the post credit scenes.
  7. Hilda and The Midnight Giant: An IMAX Experience Metropolitan Cinemas Saturday, April 8th, Y7 332/350 seats (95% sold) 7:00 PM Naturally lots of families, as well as fans of the book and Netflix show. The children audience is composed of mainly girls than boys but still a decent amount of boys but that’s a good thing as thats what caused Gateways to be big. We also have some animation pundits as well excited by the visuals. Sir Thymes Time 2 - mild chatter and laughs Looney Tunes: The Remastered Edition - got some chatter from the animation pundits and laughs from kids from the slapstick. Tony Hawk: Pro Skater - mild chatter, the little boys in the crowd were very excited to see the tricks. Should You Imagine? - lots of chatter and excitement for the sequel, laughs at joke involving Earl Lena and The Featherweights - mainly silence, a few chuckles throughout, some confusion on why it’s not a Cookie Animation joint Birdwing - lots of oohs and aahs at a flying sequence, as well as decent chatter. Banjo-Kazooie - mild chatter, the kids thought it looked cute Toons v Reality - decent amount of chatter, lots of laughs at Randy The movie was great, as it was nice to see Cookie Pictures Animation return swinging. The audience in the crowd loved it especially the young girls, I haven’t seen an audience this receptive to an animated film since Can You Imagine or Gateways and wouldn’t be surprised if it pulls a similar gross.
  8. Starlight in realD Metropolitan Cinemas Saturday, February 11th, Y7 82/115 seats (71% sold) 1:50 PM The audience is composed of mainly families but there is a notable amount of both more older boys (12-14) as well as adults. Trailers: Hilda and The Midnight Giant - lots of chatter and oohs at the animation. Laughs at a joke involving Twig. Beyblade: The War Unleashed: Let it Rip - this got the best response considering the audience, lots of oohs at the action Looping - Some intrigue from the older audience and some laughs at the antics. Sir Thymes Time 2 - mild chatter Should You Imagine? - this got the second best response, lots of intrigue and chatter, and laughs from the joke with Earl at the end. Lena and The Featherweights - small chatter Banjo-Kazooie - mild chatter Toons v Reality - chatter with laughs at a few slapstick scenes. The film was very fun though it could’ve used a bit more plot, but the audience loved it, mainly the children and the older male audience. One scene was a bit upsetting to the younger kids but they managed. Starlight should shine bright as a new franchise.
  9. Dear Evan Hansen in Dolby Cinema Metropolitan Cinemas Friday, June 23rd, Y7 245/300 seats (82% sold) 7.30 PM The audience is composed of mainly a mix of teenage girls around 13-17 as well as some adults in their mid 20s. I saw a few families with children inside, as well as some theater buffs. Trailers: Should You Imagine? - some mild intrigue from the younger adults, as well as the children in the audience. A few laughs at the end. Scooby-Doo: Cult of The Creeper - mild chatter, as a few teens dug the songs as well as the romance brewing. The Exchange - muted chatter, a few laughs. The Layover - a decent amount of laughs Tongues - mild chatter Adult Swim Bomb Scare Non-Fiction Documentary for Theaters - silence but it’s expected from the audience Birdwing - Got the best response from the audience, lots of chatter and laughs. While I was a bit mixed on the movie I enjoyed it, and the audience loved it too. The teens loved the drama, the theater geeks sung along as even the families had some fun with some songs (though the child behind me got bored and started kicking my chair but the parents left with the child to go watch Adam and Cindy). I think Dear Evan Hansen will be a beast this summer.
  10. @cayommagazine In a shocking turn of events, Endless Animation’s sister division WhatAToon!, that aims to produce more art house or aim for a broader audience than typical animation studios, will produce My Hero Academia: One For All instead of Endless Animation. Xavier B. Irving, CEO of Endless Entertainment has said the move was done to give more prestige to WhatAToon! “Animation has always been the bread and butter of Endless Entertainment. We are in love with My Hero Academia: One For All as the film is so far looking to be a potential smash. However, as we have become on of the leaders in the industry, we naturally want audiences to trust WhatAToon! as much as they trust Endless Animation, and we believe My Hero Academia: One For All can be the Can You Imagine? or Gateways for WhatAToon in terms of what cements the brand.” Together, with WhatAToon! and Endless Animation, Endless Entertainment aims to have 3-4 animated films every year. WhatAToon’s slate is below: Y8 My Hero Academia: One For All AVA! Y9: Untitled Andrew Rannelis Musical My Hero Academia: One For All will arrive into theaters March 15th, Y8 as a trailer will be attached to Should You Imagine? and a sneak peek for the upcoming Y7 Oscars.
  11. So did some calculations due to totals, I’ll be focusing on films larger than $70M DOM and here’s my results: Estimated Grosses/Projections of Total on July 30th TSW3: $560M-$565M+ SYI?: $440M-$445M+ DEH: $160M-$165M+ Scooby 2: $135M-$140M+ Yang: ~$145M (ended count on 7/14-7/16) Hilda: ~$385M (ended count on 6/30-7/4)
  12. Y7 Opening Weekends $150M+ 1. The Scavenger Wars Part III - $190,794,134 2. Pillars of Eternity: An Ancient Legacy - $155,079,111 $100M+ 1. The Scavenger Wars Part III - $190,794,134 2. Pillars of Eternity: An Ancient Legacy - $155,079,111 3. Should You Imagine? - $135,664,951 4. Attack on Titan - $115,650,191 $75M+ 1. The Scavenger Wars Part III - $190,794,134 2. Pillars of Eternity: An Ancient Legacy - $155,079,111 3. Should You Imagine? - $135,664,951 4. Attack on Titan - $115,650,191 5. The Long Way Home - $85,844,915 6. Hilda and the Midnight Giant - $85,012,664 7. Sir Thymes Time 2 - $75,770,220 $50M+ 1. The Scavenger Wars Part III - $190,794,134 2. Pillars of Eternity: An Ancient Legacy - $155,079,111 3. Should You Imagine? - $135,664,951 4. Attack on Titan - $115,650,191 5. The Long Way Home - $85,844,915 6. Hilda and the Midnight Giant - $85,012,664 7. Sir Thymes Time 2 - $75,770,220 8. Call of Duty: Eye of the Storm - $61,520,196 9. Plastic-Man - $60,106,791 10. Yang - $57,197,427 11. Starlight - $55,796,528 12. Scooby-Doo: Cult of the Creeper - $53,640,775 13. Dual Consequences - $53,440,679 $40M+ 1. The Scavenger Wars Part III - $190,794,134 2. Pillars of Eternity: An Ancient Legacy - $155,079,111 3. Should You Imagine? - $135,664,951 4. Attack on Titan - $115,650,191 5. The Long Way Home - $85,844,915 6. Hilda and the Midnight Giant - $85,012,664 7. Sir Thymes Time 2 - $75,770,220 8. Call of Duty: Eye of the Storm - $61,520,196 9. Plastic-Man - $60,106,791 10. Yang - $57,197,427 11. Starlight - $55,796,528 12. Scooby-Doo: Cult of the Creeper - $53,640,775 13. Dual Consequences - $53,440,679 14. Dear Evan Hansen - $45,196,955 15. Hypercompetency - $42,695,011 16. Fatal Attraction - $40,167,385
  13. Adding up the top 10 from each weekend so far (1/6-7/2), Y7 is at $3,245,465,729. I’ll add up Y6 as well in a few minutes. Edit: Y6 is at $2,794,497,362 Y7 is 16.1% ahead of Y6 so far, mainly thanks to a strong summer.
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