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  1. I just hope that they put the trailer remix of A Whole New World in the soundtrack, though I have no reason to think they will... Since they didn't even bother with Beauty and the Beast and The Bare Necessities.
  2. I wonder if OP thought they were posting in the Widows thread.
  3. I wonder if the bump might be neutered slightly since it's a holiday in Canada today, which may boost numbers slightly.
  4. I get that reviews aren't exactly glowing, but they're far from terrible and I don't quite get why this had its embargo lifted so close to release, and it's a fair bit better received that everything else opening/expanding wide this weekend (except for Eighth Grade, but that was an awesome movie).
  5. 69 on Metacritic... for now at least. Seeing how reviews for this are all over the place, it'll probably end up in the low 60s or high 50s.
  6. 56% RT, 6.2/10 average score now. Metacritic only has the Seattle Times and San Francisco Chronicle review so that averages out to 82, but it's going down since none of the negative reviews are up on that site yet.
  7. Dang, this is from Critics Choice. Hopefully this is just from a very small pool of reviews though. Christopher Robin 50/100
  8. The social media embargo lifting should provide a better picture of how this is going to turn out, though that Thursday embargo is a little strange. All that aside, Disney's embargoes have been fairly inconsistent. I mean, there's definitely a trend pointing towards "earlier = better", but it's a pretty weak trend all things considered: 2016: The Finest Hours - 11 days prior to release (64% RT, 58 MC) *9 days prior to international release* Zootopia - 21 days (98% RT, 78 MC) *0 days prior to international release* The Jungle Book - 12 days (95% RT, 77 MC) *4 days prior to international release* Captain America: Civil War - 23 days (91% RT, 75 MC) *14 days prior to international release* Alice Through the Looking Glass - 17 days (29% RT, 34 MC) *15 days prior to international release* Finding Dory - 7 days (94% RT, 77 MC) The BFG - 47 days (75% RT, 66 MC) *screened at Cannes and Sydney film festivals* Pete's Dragon - 16 days (88% RT, 71 MC) *14 days prior to international release* The Light Between Oceans - 3 days (59% RT, 60 MC) Queen of Katwe - 12 days (93% RT, 73 MC) *screened at TIFF* Doctor Strange - 12 days (89% RT, 72 MC) *2 days prior to international release* Moana - 16 days (96% RT, 81 MC) Rogue One - 3 days (85% RT, 65 MC) *1 day prior to international release* 2017: Beauty and the Beast - 14 days (71% RT, 65 MC) *13 days prior to international release* Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - 12 days (83% RT, 67 MC) *1 day prior to international release* Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Men Tell No Tales - 4 days (30% RT, 39 MC) *1 day prior to international release* Cars 3 - 4 days (68% RT, 59 MC) *3 days prior to international release* Thor: Ragnarok - 15 days (92% RT, 74 MC) *5 days prior to international release* Coco - 33 days (97% RT, 81 MC) *7 days prior to international release, screened at Morelia Film Festival* Star Wars: The Last Jedi - 3 days (90% RT, 85 MC) *1 day prior to international release* 2018: Black Panther - 10 days (97% RT, 88 MC) *7 days prior to international release* A Wrinkle in Time - 2 days (40% RT, 53 MC) *1 day prior to international release* Avengers: Infinity War - 3 days (83% RT, 68 MC) *1 day prior to international release* Solo - 10 days (71% RT, 62 MC) *8 days prior to international release, screened at Cannes Film Festival after embargo lifted* Incredibles 2 - 4 days (93% RT, 80 MC) *2 days prior to international release* Ant-Man and the Wasp - 9 days (87% RT, 70 MC) *7 days prior to international release* Christopher Robin - 1 day (?) So I'm not quite sure what to make of this anymore besides to hope that it will be good.
  9. Coco's first trailer had around the same number of views by the time the movie came out (and subsequent trailers had under 3M views each by the film's release), so I don't think trailer views are the best comparison. $200M seems definitely closer to a pipe dream now than it did a few months ago though. Still hoping for $150M though.
  10. From Deadline's article for this weekend's box office: There are four wide releases next weekend (four!) with Disney’s Christopher Robin looking to open in the mid $30Ms much better than its August 2016 live action toon adaptation Pete’s Dragon ($21.5M)
  11. Oh wait there's an advanced screening tonight it seems, so maybe reviews might come a little sooner. https://www.forbes.com/sites/scottmendelson/2018/07/26/box-office-christopher-robin-will-again-pit-walt-disney-against-itself/#25332cc146fa
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