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  1. I think that's just Gwyneth being Gwyneth. The rest of the cast sure knows about the MCU and each other, but not like hardcore fans' knowledge.
  2. BW trailer already with 1.3M likes 🎉 Marvel needs to release the 24-hour view count to appease my curiosity. Sidenote, Scarlett did not know the trailer was released until bff Cevans texted her at 5am. Really weird time to release the trailer but stan Twitter has figured it out, it was 9am in Russia.
  3. Weibo posts are hard to track. Certain posts suddenly gets viral. Hard to track the average number in likes, shares and comments if you were to check the posts in the Marvel page. I don't really remember the number of fans for that particular page but I guess it grew significantly since IW and EG. It would make sense that the first trailer in that page since then would garner a lot of attention.
  4. Well I can comfortably predict it will do wonders in many markets in Asia, particularly East Asia and Southeast Asia. Mulan is quite the Disney princess icon in these parts. Just needs Disney Asia to work its marketing magic and promote the movie with Reflection covered by popular local singers.
  5. No idea at this moment since there are no further announcements. It was trending when it was first announced. But seems many don't like the main actor's looks (? 🤷) and they didn't like that The Mandarin is the chosen villain.
  6. 10.4M views on weibo marvel studios with 189k upvotes and 89k shares from what I saw. Lots of support from China. Had the 2nd highest upvotes during SDCC announcements (I mean Shang Chi being the bomb of course)
  7. I am quite partial to Yoona 😍 So I'm gonna try to follow EXIT's performance. Looks to be a break out. Already scheduled to be released in other countries per Korean fans on Twitter. EXIT is already at 2M admissions https://twitter.com/CJENMMOVIE/status/1157592805679648769?s=19 P.S. Early predictions had this as a 10M hitter based from Korean reactions. It's performing almost the same with the top heavy hitters as noted by Korean media.
  8. Though I am indifferent really to TLK's OW, since I had a feeling it was gonna do well anyway, I can understand some of the BOT users' feeling of disappointment for missing $200M. I mean prior to the release of Endgame, I remember some folks here were predicting TLK would take the 2019 domestic crown or would battle it out with Endgame. Who knows, TLK might leg it out to get near Endgame. It's not exactly a movie one had to watch immediately for fear of some big spoilers. Disney likes to lowball Sundays so TLK could be higher than estimates. We'll see in a few hours.
  9. Angelina Jolie is not just known for her movies but also for the notoriety. Gazillion of magazines have been sold covering her personal life, worldwide. No matter how many she has had hits or lack thereof the past few years during and after her marriage to Pitt, no one can dispute her being a household name. Generations of GA know her, from millennials and going backwards. She has been amongst the most media covered actors in the history of Hollywood. So yes, she is indeed a star. Doesn't exclusively have to be all about movies and such.
  10. Man back in the day she had hit after hit after hit. I guess as long as the album's sold well, that's fine for her. I remember Beyonce fans were mad when Adele's 25 won over Lemonade at the Grammy's lol. I don't know if she'd get a hit for TLK like Speechless was for Aladdin. I guess we'll see. Aladdin had quite the awesome overseas promotions where popular local singers covered A Whole New World (in Asia anyway, dunno about the other territories). Sure helped bring in the young audience that didn't grow up with the original animated movie. I'm still trying to see if TLK has any unique promotional plans for the overseas audience.
  11. Well that would be win-win for Marvel and Sony. Both Coogler and Watts want a piece of Kraven. On a sidenote, kind of tired of this recurring argument about Iron Man's presence in Spider-Man/Peter's life. Isn't it obvious by now that it is intentional? Look at it from the viewpoint of a layman set in the MCU, Iron Man/Tony Stark is the most popular superhero in the world. He was also the first superhero to reveal himself to the public. It wouldn't be farfetched that a nerd like Peter Parker would look up to someone like him: a tech genius turned hero. Heck even when Iron Man is a fictional character, he's so beloved now in pop culture. He's practically in every kind of merchandise, and his logo is iconic now. Segueing to another point, Iron Man has been the flag bearer and main mascot of Marvel for the last 10 years or so, when for decades prior it was always Spider-Man. It would also make sense if they're unconsciously wanting Spidey to be the main face of Marvel again and doing so by making him succeed to Iron Man. Not just from the box office point-of-view, but for the sake of the entire Marvel franchise.
  12. Honestly not surprised. There's been a lot of buzz about it online, mostly positive, despite it not being a musical live-action like people wanted originally. Mulan, as a Disney character, has a great rep and is well-loved. Hoping the movie turns out great or even better than expected. P.S. wouldn't be surprised if people even get more hype if/when Jet Li and Donnie Yen gets shown in the full trailer.
  13. Got out of the review cave to comment how much I love this, surprisingly, since I actually adored the animated versions. I thought I wouldn't like the route they went with when Disney's Mulan plans were announced. But lo and behold. To some folks here who thinks it's just gonna be loved by the Chinese community, I would disagree with such thought. It wouldn't be surprising if this gets a lot of love outside of China. Mulan is an awesome and wholesome female character. And the story's biggest strength is the love for family. That is a universal message. It will do numbers. Can't wait for 2020.
  14. It is pretty unusual because MCU movies typically only has ads on social media for TV spots length. A whole trailer that's 2+ minutes is too long for an ad especially on Youtube (of course this is Sony marketing but it's still unusual). And I don't think I subscribed to Sony there, so this ad movement has a pretty wide reach. We typically only get regional ads in my country. I wouldn't be surprised if this is the same situation in other countries. I also mentioned that it has Endgame hype behind it hence many people checking out the actual video and giving it plenty of likes (although the 1st trailer already did have plenty so it's basically maintaining its initial hype and then some). And people on Youtube have been watching a lot of Endgame press/promo interviews lately, before and after the movie came out, so it wouldn't be surprising if they also ended up watching this 2nd trailer.
  15. Just watched the trailer 2 as an ad on Youtube. It wasn't a related video either. Wouldn't be surprised that the big bump of the trailer views could be because of that plus Endgame hype.
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