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  1. I can't think of any recourse for theaters regarding the Mulan move. They know they can't significantly punish Disney. Maybe if they begged hard, write a collective letter to the Disney leadership. Who knows.. maybe there will be a change of heart from Disney.
  2. Piracy really won't impact it. Just look at the Ghibli numbers. And the numbers that the re-releases are doing.
  3. HP1 will be the next billion dollar movie because of China lol. Just needs $22M to cross the billion mark. As a huge Potter fan, I'm thrilled.
  4. No matter how much theater owners whine and gripe about this move, they will never ban Disney movies. They know for a fact that they NEED Disney movies to survive. The future lineup of Disney is full of blockbusters and many are potential billion dollar grossers. Theaters don't want to miss out on those.
  5. I agree that movie news hardly matters to Disney investors. Disney's film division is such a small part of the company. Investors used to care more about the TV division and the theme parks division because those 2 divisions contribute almost 75% of Disney's total revenue. But lately the investors seem to have focused more on the streaming division, which the Disney leadership proclaim as the company's future. Those 60 million paid subs of Disney+ in just 8 months really did wonders to their stock. Even with a loss of $4.7B because of the pandemic, Disney's shares still rose a whopping 9% the day after their earnings call. Several investors raised their stock target because of the bright future of Disney's streaming division (which handles 3 streaming services- Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+). Also making investors cheery is the news of the impending launch of a new streaming service in the international markets, which will be called Star. To simplify matters, Star will be the international counterpart of Hulu, but will only consist of shows from Disney-owned companies like ABC, FX, 20th Century Studios, and Searchlight.
  6. I'm with the theaters on this fight. Theatrical experience is still superior to me. I can't even imagine watching the MCU movies on TV first. Also important to note: the theaters' biggest ally on this fight is Disney, the strongest defender of the 90-day theatrical window among all the studios.
  7. I don't know if BOT's Potus covid stats are true or not, but when it comes to Chinese box office, his numbers were always helpful. On that front you could trust what he says.
  8. You can catch it twice. There's already a case like this in Japan. The patient tested positive the first time, got cured but she tested positive again some time later.
  9. Seoul is only like 2% to 3% of the total infected in SK. 90% is in Daegu, which is under lockdown since a few weeks ago.
  10. The irony is, Bernie has a negative reputation in Florida even among some Dems there. If you see the recent pollings there, Biden will crush Bernie in the state. Not helping matters for Bernie in the state is his self- declaration of being a socialist. Being a socialist or communist is reviled among the huge Cuban-American population there. Even the Democratic Cuban-Americans disdains Bernie's sympathetic view of Fidel Castro.
  11. Why not though? I think he did it to bring balance. Mentioning Disney movies exclusively as the ones most likely to flop is kinda unfair. Don't you agree?
  12. Am I the only who reads the name Jurnee Smollett and the mind automatically thinks of his super despicable brother?
  13. I'm a huge huge HP fan. But The Cursed Child is so cringe.
  14. I've read somewhere that NT3 is already in devt at Disney. SH3 is also in devt at WB. HP8 is not happening at all, they need to save Fantastic Beasts first.
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