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  1. @cayommagazine Endless Animation and Marvel Entertainment have relaeased a new synopsis for The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl and... Dana: Treble in Paradise preliminarily scheduled for March 22nd, Y8. “Taking place about a year after the events of the first, our heroes, bounty hunters, and an oversized head has their happy ending. All except for Squirrel Girl’s somewhat reluctant, sarcastic yet lonely best friend Dana (Taissa Farmiga) who now has highly powerful telekinetic superpowers and doesn’t want to be a heroine despite help from her bestie, the lovable kooky Squirrel Girl (Academy Award winner Anna Kendrick) as the two’s friendship is seemingly struggling. It soon turns out Dana’s powers are otherworldly as she, Squirrel Girl, Tippy Toe (Samantha Ireland), Monkey Joe (Lil Rel Howery), Bullseye (David Tennant) and Illouise (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) are transported to the utopia, The Great as Dana is offered a spot on to become a member of god like beings all with musical talent, led by Queen Vespi (Renee Elise Goldberg). However as secrets are unfolded and more trials come about, it seems like there’s going to be trouble in paradise.” Neil Patrick Harris, Grey Griffin, Internet YouTuber Berleezy, Andrew Rannelis, Queen Sateen, Estelle, Scott Grimes, Ne-Yo, and more have joined the cast as Academy Award winner Daniel Henney will return as Speedball. The film is still set to be a mind bending musical, with songs by Jon Lajoie (The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part), Lolita Ritmanis (Batman: The Brave and The Bold “Mayhem Of The Music Meister”) and Jesse Novak (BoJack Horseman “Don’t Stop Dancing”) with Mark Mothersbaugh (The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, Toons V Reality). Daron Nefcy is also returning to write and direct the sequel, as Rebecca Sugar returns to help produce. The sequel is said to tackle anxiety and depression like Super Mario Bros tackled immigration and Can You Imagine and the upcoming Should You Imagine tackled adulthood issues, as well as maturity.
  2. Father Knows Worst Studio: Infinite Studios Release Date: 1/13/Y7 Genre: Comedy Director: Tyler Perry Rating: PG-13 for mild language Budget: $20M Theater Count: 3,785 Format: 2D Runtime: 98 minutes Cast: Michael Ealy as Taeshawn Smith Regina King as Harriet Evan Alex as Jayson Faithe Herman as Tabitha Taeshawn Smith is a huge celebrity and rapper, but highly egotistical. On his side, is his assistant Harriet who helps him with day to day tasks. However, Taeshawn’s world is flipped upside down when apparently the woman he had a fling with some odd years ago passed away, he must father his long lost children, a pair of 11 year old twins; the eldest troublemaker Jayson, and the savvy Tabitha. Taeshawn, at first is overwhelmed and underprepared as he asks Harriet for help while floundering are multiple bonding attempts but Taeshawn soon finds himself bonding with his children by helping Jayson get into the singing game after finding out he’s a brilliant lyricist and Tabitha is extremely gifted at math. The kids also help Taeshawn become a better person.
  3. Endless Animation’s Toons V Reality Studio: Endless Entertainment (through the Endless Animation division) Lord/Miller Productions Genre: CG-2D Animation/Comedy Director: Phil Lord and Christopher Miller Producers: Chris McKay, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller Executive Producer: Meg LeFauve Writers: Phil Lord, Christopher Miller and Chris McKay Composer: Mark Mothersbaugh Main Voice Cast: Olivia Cooke as Ashley John Mulaney as Randy Raccoon Seth MacFarlane as William H. Grubb Shamiek Moore as Pete Olivia Olson as Laura Aimee Carrero as Princess Amira Eric Vale as Lawson Ordeor Danny Pudi as W0-RY Niki Yang as Chai Chu Sean Schemmel as Kai John DiMaggio as Stan Swanson Release Date: November 3rd, Y7 Theater Count: 4,230 Format: 2D (2.39:1), 3D (2.39:1), Dolby Cinema (2.39:1) and IMAX 2D (1.44:1) Budget: $105 million MPAA Rating: PG for thematic elements and rude humor Running Time: 104 minutes Animation: Done in house by Endless Animation. Worldmeander is used like in Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive, Medusa and The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl (which combines computer animation with hand drawn animation ala (Paperman/Feast/Pigeon/Medusa/Squirrel Girl) but is modeled where the human characters and human world are animated more like in traditional computer animation but the cartoon characters and cartoon world are pure traditional Animation, each a different type Randy Raccoon moves and is drawn like a Looney Tunes character W0-RY and Chai Chu are animated like old Hanna Barbera characters Kai is hyper stylized like an anime character from Dragon Ball Z or My Hero Academia Princess Amira looks almost as if she came from a Disney movie Plot: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iOf13apG3TZMc0G31P00LUF3DW5tJymrNiPtdNFE5J8 Special Thanks: @Spaghetti and @cookie
  4. Sing 2 and Boss Baby 2 will have some fugly drops. Either way the animation future for Illumination and Dreamworks looks bad.
  5. 2021 $100M+ films Avatar 2 - $165M/$650M/$2.5B Thor: Love and Thunder - $175M/$450M/$1.35B Jurassic World 3 - $160M/$455M/$1.4B The Little Mermaid? (If November 21) - $115M/$430M/$1.2B The Batman - $125M/$420M/$1.25B Spider-Man 3 - $135M/$375M/$1.05B Strange 2 - $115M/$325M/$900M Shang Chi - $110M/$300M/$925M The Matrix - $125M/$300M/$850Mi Twocide - $100M/$265M/$700M Untitled Pixar - $70M/$240M/$685M Mission Impossible 7: $75M/$235M/$765M Fast 10 - $100M/$225M/$1.2B (assuming Rock and Statham are back) Wicked - $65M (five day)/$250M/$500M Vivo - $55M/$200M/$550M John Wick: Chapter 4: $65M/$195M/$450M Elvis - $45M/$175M/$385M Untilted Disney Animation - $60M (five day)/$165M/$500M Hotel 4 - $45M (five day)/$150M/$400M Space Jam 2 - $55M/$140M/$355M Sing 2 - $40M/$135M/$400M Cinderella - $35M/$125M/$265M Fatherhood - $25M/$120M/$200M Halloween Ends - $55M/$115M/$200M The Bad Guys - $30M/$110M/$300M Boss Baby 2, Mortal Kombat and Fantastic Beasts 3 all go sub $100M DOM
  6. I mean. If there was an MCU film to drop from its predecessor WW, it’d be this one. Mainly due to a lot of direct competition.
  7. Especially if it’s in the middle of Thor 4 and maybe Little Mermaid which are after its two main demographics.
  8. @cayommagazine IHOP to continue food menu item deals with Endless Animation’s upcoming films of Y7; Should You Imagine? on June 30th, Y7 and Toons v Reality on November 10th, Y7. The menu items for Should You Imagine has been revealed; - Imagination Pancakes: Three buttermilk pancakes, coated with turquoise and purple colored chocolate chip shavings, drizzled with a delectable caramel syrup and topped with a whipped cream mustache like design. - Smarmy’s Outback Burger: A manly meal that can be eaten by anyone. A 1/2 pound sirloin burger, topped with pepper jack cheese, applewood smoked bacon, jalapeño ranch, onion straws, lettuce, tomato and a signature buffalo sauce. Served with fries. - Turquoise's Turbulent Tonic: A Blue raspberry and cherry flavored Slushie, with a hint of blueberry with a blue lemon topping.
  9. I mean, we literally just had Bad Boys 3 do a $70M 4 day OW, like I’m not denying it’ll likely see a dip from 2019 but I do think the hits will be more widespread.
  10. I mean, Fallen Kingdom had a decent drop, and it’s not like there was division between the GA. It’s more of an AOU size drop.
  11. Top 10 of 2021 - OW/DOM/WW Avatar 2 - $165M/$650M/$2.5B Thor: Love and Thunder - $175M/$450M/$1.15B Jurassic World 3 - $160M/$455M/$1.4B The Little Mermaid? (If November 21) - $115M/$400M/$1.2B The Batman - $125M/$375M/$1B Spider-Man 3 - $135M/$375M/$1.05B Strange 2 - $115M/$325M/$900M Shang Chi - $110M/$300M/$925M The Matrix - $125M/$300M/$850M Twocide - $100M/$265M/$700M Furious 10 does a run similar to Fate ($220M/$1.2B) Vivo breaks out with a $200M DOM gross Beasts 3 sees a big drop, Black Adam does around $175-$190M
  12. As stressors of the year have already started for me, I begun to think of next year’s upcoming box office. 2020 while likely won’t be as big as 2019, it’s definitely more interesting. 2021 seems to be the year going back to status quo. Will Jimbo reclaim his title as box office king? Will Papa Feige rule once more? Will Indiana Jones even come out next year? Discuss your thoughts here.
  13. It does bode well a bit for SCOOB! but WAG has failed one too many times. Though I’m much more optimistic about it than Spongebob 3 which’ll do around the same as the first ($80M DOM) and Artemis Fowl which is dying.
  14. https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cinemablend.com/news/2488571/mulan-director-explains-why-the-remake-wont-have-mushu-or-musical-numbers No songs or Mushu confirmed. Thank god, it won’t be a copy paste.
  15. Update: - I should have a draft of Toons ready tomorrow - If finished, I’ll go on to making some fillers (Zatanna, Statham/Ridley Futball arena action thriller, maybe a comedy with effort) - Then I’ll begin the process of making an outline/draft of GLCH all in the span of two weeks. - Then whatever else I want.
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