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  1. It's all for the ART... Art and charity to support a multi billionaire company.
  2. It wasn't Disney/Marvel who did the proposal to Sony to put Spider Man into MCU in first place?
  3. He looks like a crying baby. If fans want Spider in MCU, they should press Disney, not Sony. I mean, why the fuck Disney wants to change drastically the deal now?
  4. "Disney asked that future Spider-Man films be a 50/50 co-financing arrangement between the studios, and there were discussions that this might extend to other films in the Spider-Man universe." LMFAO
  5. Are you telling me that in order to prevent New Mutants from degrading the brand, Disney should release the unfinished movie on their widely appealing streaming service? Just like: Hey, guys, come see this unfinished movie on our big $ 6.99 streaming platform. ?
  6. Hmmm. Then... 1 - Disney should release the unfinished movie at Disney +, just like Disney + is some kind of movies' trash can Or 2 - Disney should burn the movie and ignore all the investment that Fox had in it, although even the incompetent Paramount wasn't so irresponsable like that when they got $40m for Cloverfield 3's sale. Hmmm
  7. Original filming was finished. If there's something more to finish is post production and it isn't so expensive for small movies.
  8. They don't need to spend as much as $25m on ads. Just turns it in a fandom event like Dragon Ball Brolly with some digital marketing and they can get return. Not true. According to Deadline, Fox spent $51m on P&A WW for Paper Towns, Universal spent $44m for Unfriended, Sony + Focus spent $44m for Insidious 3 and these movies had saturated releases. Source: https://deadline.com/2016/03/movie-profits-2015-paper-towns-insidious-chapter-3-second-best-exotic-marigold-hotel-1201725853/
  9. Trailers show different logos to a Disney and a Fox movie. X-Men never showed up in MCU's team movies and even the tone is different. If GA thought X-Men was part of MCU, Dark Phoenix would have a way better box office, I suppose.
  10. Nobody goes to theaters to watch a dark horror movie from Fox expecting a typical happy and colourful Disney movie. Maybe I am underestimating GA's dumbness, but I believe NM will have zero effect in MCU and Disney's reputation to GA.
  11. I'm not sure what you are talking about. Disney had way more ""financial risks"" by releasing Stuber and The Art of Racing in The Rain in theaters than a New Mutants movie.
  12. It's a example showing P&A doesn't need to be very expensive.
  13. According to deadline, Scary Stories cost north of $20m with P&A. "CBS Films typically is very thrifty and targeted in its P&A spend, especially for horror films. However, we hear they’ve spent plenty in this case on the PG-13 horror pic produced and co-written by Guillermo del Toro — significantly north of $20M. " The movie did $20m only in OW.
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