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  1. For me going to the movies before cost about $40-50 in just tickets so owning a movie for $30 at home and which I can then use for family viewings with others just seems like a huge steal. So I like Disney +'s model and at this point even with their Marvel movies they need to just rip off the band aid and release the films on Disney + under a premiere access. Holding on to the movies at this point is just dumb.And it's costing them more money holding them then releasing them.
  2. Just imagine that this is considered a successful opening weekend. And people think that Disney is actually going to release any Marvel movies with anywhere remotely close to these returns is out of there minds. Are these numbers great for what movie theaters have now become, absolutely. But if this is enough for Disney to release Marvel films or any company to release big budget films in theaters is insane. That's the whole problem, no matter how long you're holding on to the movie, you're going to lose money. That's just the truth. Now the question is how much are you willing to hold the money to try to lose as small amount of money even though holding the movie just makes it even more expensive.
  3. Nolan should be quiet because WB did what he wanted with Tenet and he payed the price for being an ignorant moron. Any director thinking we'll be back to normal and they'll be making a profit in a year is a moron. Movies won't be making anywhere close to what they made pre-pandemic till maybe even 2023 esque.
  4. Yeah movie theaters aren't gonna be able to last a year at this point and who knows how much movies will make in Summer 2021. Definitely won't be anywhere close to what they'd be making pre pandemic.
  5. I think this pandemic has changed the landscape of Cinema for the next decade. I don't think we'll see another billion dollar gross in a movie till maybe 5-6 years from now. Even when a vaccine is found, people just won't feel safe. Holding these films hostage for who knows how long is dumb. At some point you're gonna have to just release it because even if it's released in May of 2021, you're no longer guaranteed to make the amount of money you would pre-pandemic. I don't think studios understand that and just assume if they push and push the date then it means their film has a chance to gross more.
  6. Completely agree and we all know that after The Hunger Games, the GA became tired of this kind of story. Hence why after THG every other book series that tried this flopped.
  7. Really meh all around especially with all the hype surrounding it. Aside from visuals, really lackluster. This has bomb written all over it especially if it sticks with it's release date.
  8. I think it's time we accept the facts that unless a movie is PVOD, there's no benefit for any studio to release films in 2020. This would have easily been a 100+ gross pre CO-VID but things won't be normal till even late 2021. Studios are going to have to make some tough choices. WW1984 cannot come out now, not with these numbers.
  9. You could also watch some great anime as well. For example One Piece is 1000 + episodes and well it's perfect if you're quarantined.
  10. I think the studios have to just bite the bullet and put their movies on streaming. Have a $30-40 pay wall and call it a day. Cause all these postpones are getting crazy and it makes me kind of cringe that Disney is using Mulan as an experiment into whether or not to move Black Widow. A movie that's budget is over 200 million dollars solely being used as an experiment is really a weird move on Disney's part.
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