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  1. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Opening Weekend Range: $70 – 80 million Potterheads will undoubtedly unite again for this anticipated sequel to 2016’s first prequel/spin-off film, which earned a respectable $234 million domestically and $814 million globally. The returning and expanded cast — now including Jude Law as a young Dumbledore and Johnny Depp as the titular antagonist famous in Potter lore — could provide significant hooks to keep many casual fans interested. This new series of films is probably best compared to The Hobbit trilogy, although we expect this entry to remain relatively flat with the 2016 chapter’s $74.4 million debut since Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them wasn’t met with the same level of familiarity and anticipation as the first Hobbit film. Early social media trends are outpacing those of the first Beasts film, while our Trailer Impact‘s long view metrics are very encouraging with an 85 percent Positive Interest score among those surveyed — representing one of the best wide release PI scores since summer’s Ant-Man and the Wasp. 11/16/2018 Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald $75,000,000 NEW $222,000,000 NEW Warner Bros.
  2. I don't know bro. Space Jam felt like the worst movie ever even to my 5-year-old eyes. I can't see how anyone may feel nostalgic about it but anyways. I don't even know what SCOOB is. Another Scooby Doo film. Should do decent but what's new?
  3. Marvel being on a huge winning streak. Superheroe movies are just super hot right now. Also I can't see how the last 2 titles even are in the conversation. Definetely different demographics. This is gonna be a WW but with a bigger brand behind it which means that $400m is guarranteed and If it's good sky is the limit. I also can't see how this situation isn't identical to BP. It's the first female led Marvel film just like BP's only hook was being the first african-ameican superheroe film. It's pretty similar.
  4. You are overreacting bro. That's the problem. We are talking about a very well received series and a very culturally relevant one. I am not arguing that DH2 definetely deserved a nod but it's not like it was a trash film that was panned and there shouldn't even be a conversation surounding this. Even If you do think so, you have to respect that the big majority disagrees and so such a conversation is not laughable.
  5. You think HP movies were not good and did not deserve Oscar recognition. The majority of the people thought that they were good and a big part of them (critics included) think that some of them should have been nominated for best picture. What is it that makes your opinion superior to others? You are just a random dude that no one cares about. Why act like you speak some general truth? Just like I can say that Slumdog Millionaire did not deserve a nomination. I have the right to say so but others are free to not take me seriously.
  6. Depp's acting in the trailers looked better than anybody's else including Jude Law.
  7. Use logic this time. Ants and Wasps don't sell.
  8. Solid trailer. Anyone predicting under $400m for this is making a fool of themselves.
  9. I don't mind Newt either. He has that type of british charm that I like but he doesn't get me hyped either of cource. The whole hype is between Dumbledore and Grindelwald.
  10. I can't see any appeal for the teenage/young adult crowd. That doesn't mean of cource that families and older people cannot make this big.
  11. FantasticBeasts

    Classic Conversation, now with added Teen Angst

    Well Eminem has been increasingly getting on my nerves so I am happy that he is challenged for once. The track was real as shit, I am sick of him being constantly bitchy about how he doesn't get the praise he deserves. He is a legendary of cource, but he became too repetitive too quickly and it's boring watching him cling to the past. The numbers also seem to indicate that people are pretty invested. 62m views in 2 days is yuuuugeee.
  12. I mean If Venom wasn't outselling ASIB even in presales we wouldn't be talking...
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