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Ms Lady Hawk

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About Ms Lady Hawk

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  1. I will say this about Chris Pine’s possible return, I personally wouldn’t want to see it. HOWEVER, many of WW’s fans are older women. Many of whom watched soap operas and in soaps death is a reversible plot point. Likewise, comic book fans also will not mind the return of Trevor because that is what happens in comics as well. If the story is good, action packed, but sort of romantic (like the first) then it will be fine. Critics are going to hate it, because they care about technical and logical aspects of films. Lol
  2. RTH bringing balance to The Force. I had so much hope for this movie. I am really rooting for RTH’s numbers to stick. I do recall Empire City saying that it might do better than the presale numbers showed. *fingers crossed
  3. Wed #s (so far drops are between 27-35%)

    Forbes says 8 mil for DP2. -35% https://www.forbes.com/sites/scottmendelson/2018/05/24/box-office-deadpool-2-is-doing-great-for-a-comedy-sequel/amp/?__twitter_impression=true
  4. Forbes has 12.3 million for DP2. https://www.forbes.com/sites/scottmendelson/2018/05/22/box-office-deadpool-2-earns-solid-12m-on-monday-for-138m-cume/amp/?__twitter_impression=true
  5. Forbes changed the number to 2.7 million.
  6. Forbes is reporting 2.3million for A:IW. https://www.forbes.com/sites/scottmendelson/2018/05/22/box-office-avengers-infinity-war-passing-600-million/amp/?__twitter_impression=true
  7. So exciting! This is my most anticipated movie for the foreseeable future. It seems so far to next November. I think this movie has a chance to really blow up, especially with good reviews. It doesn’t even need the stellar reviews that the first one got. Little girls and older women will want to see it. Plus Gal Gadot is a household name now. Cannot wait!!!
  8. Even if it doesn’t have a 65% jump today, it can definitely do more than 19 million on Sunday. Let’s say it does ~50% today for ~24 million, it could drop 15% on Sunday. It is Mother’s Day afterall and combined with the fact that it has been a strong performer on Sundays, there is no reason to be pessimistic about a 25% or lower drop. It can definitely pull off 60 million plus.
  9. Great great start for IW. However, just from an eyeball test for New York on the AMC site, Black Panther was stronger on Friday. But this is anecdotal evidence at best. IW has more showtimes, so that definitely means more open shows. Anyway, my prediction for the weekend is 232 million.
  10. Was spring break why the Sunday drops were so steep this past weekend? Seems like most movies dropped between 35-45% on average. This last weekend acted very much like a summer weekend. Will things go back to normal this weekend with drops of 25-35%?
  11. A Quiet Place: 42.5 Blockers: 17.7 Ready Player One: 21.8 Black Panther: 8.2 I Can Only Imagine: 8 Acrimony: 7.8 Isle of Dogs: 4.2 Chappaquiddick: 4 Sherlock Gnomes: 4 Love, Simon: 3.6 The Miracle Season: 3.45 Pacific Rim: Uprising: 3.4M
  12. I don’t see decrease domestically. I should say, I would be disappointed if it decreased domestically. I know the first film captured a zeitgeist, but the second film will have a lot going for it. Gal Gadot is a household name now and Patty Jenkins has gained respect as a director. People will also not go in expecting this movie to be bad. The expectations will be sky high and if the reviews are good, then the sky is the limit. I can see little girls (and boys) flocking to see this. In addition to the grown up audience that came out the first time.
  13. I think the fact that Oprah is also a credible actrsss helps. She did an excellent job in the Color Purple and in The Butler. She wields a lot of power in the industry, often ranking amongst the most powerful people in the entertainment. I guess my point is that, if she wants to act in a movie, then very few studios will say no. Oprah is soemtimes hit or miss like most actors/actresses. Most of her stuff falls in the middle.

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