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  1. So my first topic here after joining. As we all know they Disney is currently ruling the world cinema, and completion is becoming one sided quickly, things have come to a point tgat 1 billion is considered underperformance for some of Disney movies whereas 190 million OW too, such are the expectations from Disney nowdays. It is competing with itself. It's like Disney saying "I Am Inevitable" and Disney itself replying "I Am Disney". . . . . But on other spectrum is the Marvel brand, especially MCU, built after selling rights to their more popular superheroes and starting with not so popular ones in comparison had now become a Box Office juggernaut, recently overhauling Avatar as one m the biggest WorldWide grosser, it is simply the biggest Brand currently. . . So what happens if we put these two box office giants against each other? I know that MCU is under Disney but in terms of a hypothetical scenario where MCU detaches from Disney, starts doing their own things, and (another hypothetical scenario) have added boost of X Men, F4, Deadpool and others. . . In this certain scenario who will hold uppar hand, Disney with their properties or Marvel with their every character rights with themselves? Well Marvel be able to stop Disney dominance or will the Disney juggernaut roll over Marvel and then again will get MCU under their wings? Shout out your opinions, and please don't say they this is impossible scenario, because it is clearly made as a "WHAT IF" series, you can call it being inspired by another What If series. So buys & girls, ladies & gentlemen, let's discuss the future of Cinema & Box Office if these two Behemoths were ever to clash with each other.
  2. Avenger 3rd May Pikachu 10th May John wick 17th May Aladdin/Minecraft 24th May Godzilla/rocketman 31st May Secret life of pets/ dark Phoenix 7th June Men in black 14th June Toy story 21st June Ford Vs Ferrari June 28th Spider man/Conjuring July 5th July 12th nothing big here The lion king July 19th Once upon a time in Hollywood July 26th Hobs Vs Shaw/Dora Aug 2nd Artemis fowl Aug 9th POTENTIAL Biggies : Avengers The Lion King Pikachu Spider Man SLOP Toy Story Potential Flops: Hobs Vs Shaw Aladin MIB Artemis Fowl Dark Phoenix
  3. As we all know now.....Disney has an interesting thing when it comes to their live action remakes of their animated films. The first one that they ever made, was 1996's "101 Dalmatians" with Glenn Close as Cruella De Vil. At the time...that film became one of the highest grossing films of that year with $320M WW and spawned a sequel that came out 4 years later. Then 14 years later....the next film that they made: 2010's Alice in Wonderland...which was a large box office hit, earning over $1.025B WW. Then they did it again with films like Maleficent, Cinderella, The Jungle Book and most recently....Beauty and the Beast. They all were box office successes, biggest one being "Beauty and the Beast" with $1.263B WW. And now with films like Dumbo, Mulan, Aladdin & The Lion King being scheduled for release slots.....i was thinking to myself: What more live action reimaginings of animated films would we want/dream to see being made? Also....they don't necessarily have to be....just from Disney. They could also be American Non-Disney animated ones from other studios. Let's see which live action remakes of animated films....we want to see being made. They can also be great movies if they stay faithful and give respect to their animated counterparts, while doing things different and offering some new stuff. Here is my list: Disney: The Black Cauldron The Hunchback of Notre Dame Hercules Non-Disney (I would love seeing other studios do their takes of the animated films they've distributed) The Swan Princess (Sony) Anastasia (Fox) Quest for Camelot (Warner Bros) The Road to El Dorado (Dreamworks) These are my own choices. Comment below which live action remake of an animated films, you wish to see.
  4. 1. Zero: a stunningly and beautifully crafted animation with quintessential execution and delivery paired with an emotional, perilous, and lost lorn plot structure that will leave audiences appalled and teary eyed. 2. Paperman: Disney's return to critical acclaim stature, Paper-man offers gorgeous animation topped off with a heartwarming tale about love. 3. Feast: Feast offers finely detailed animation with an embracing and calming ambiance. The plot structure may seem overdone but the execution will have you reeling. 4. La Luna: One of Pixar's best offerings animated shorts wise, La Luna delivers and then some. 5. Partly Cloudy: Creative, hilarious, and heartwarming. 6. The Maker: Depressing yet oddly heartwarming. 7. Students: Unconventional to a degree yet enticing and adventurous in its political message. 8. Descendants: Thought provoking world with a powerful ending. 9. The Little Matchgirl: When it comes to storytelling, The Little Matchgirl offers an exquisite tale topped with an emotionally wrecking ending. 10. Coda: Dark, brooding, and thoughtful, Coda offers something animation is keen to avoid. 11. Yearbook: A must-see this animated short is simply amazing. 12. Sweet Cocoon: Entertaining yet offers a thought provoking ending about life. What are your "Best Animated Shorts?"
  5. The God of Thunder is back. Christmas just got bigger Predictions: Thor: The Dark World Over X2: X-Men United Adjusted ($286,956,100) Thor: The Dark World OVER Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug WW Thor: Dark World 120m OW club Thor: TDW under X-Men Last Stand (234M) Thor:The Dark World Over/Under The Hobbit:Desolation Of Smaug DOM Club Thor:TDW over Man Of Steel WW ThunderClub THOR 2 under TWILIGHT (unadjusted) Sparkle Party Thor Monday O/U 10m? Thor 2 O/U X -Men 2's 215 non adjusted gross
  6. With the release of Zootopia, something has made me perk up a little bit; how long can Disney sustain this box office fire streak or as others have labeled it: Disney's Resurgence Era? After Walt Disney's unfortunate death, Walt Disney Animation Studios went through an arduous era in which a lack of creativity and drive resulted in the brink of extinction only to be brought back by Oliver and Company/The Little Mermaid. Anyone familiar with Disney's history knows that after Oliver and Company/The Little Mermaid, animation classics began to be churned out by the Disney factory which not only resulted in gargantuan box office successes but also critical acclaim. This era of Disney's life would be known as the Renaissance Era and was a pinnacle point in Disney's career as an animation studio house. As with Oliver and Company/The Little Mermaid, Bolt/The Princess and the Frog (debatable) brought a reignited interest in Disney and their products. Soon enough, Disney began to haul out animation success after success and reached fever pitch with the phenomenon known as Frozen which not only became at one point, the fifth highest grossing film of all time unadjusted but obtained the crown as the highest grossing animated film of all time unadjusted. Frozen was followed by Big Hero 6 which amassed over $220 million at the U.S. box office and over $650 million worldwide! Disney released their 55th animated feature; Zootopia which opened to unanimous praise and gargantuan box office success: will become only the 10th animated feature to cross the $300 million domestic mark, became the highest grossing animated film in China and currently stands at No. 10 on the all-time charts, and could become the 4th animated feature to cross the $1 billion mark. So, my question is, how long will Disney sustain their box office success? Will their future releases become modest hits without any significant impact on Disney's brand, will they become box office successes, or will they become the calm before the storm? Will Moana, Frozen 2, or Gigantic prove to be misfires? Beginning in 2008, with the release of Bolt, Disney began their comeback into the animation world. How long will it last? Disney Resurgence Era: - Bolt, 2008, $309 million WW - The Princess and the Frog, 2009, $267 million WW - Tangled, 2010, $591 million WW - Winnie the Pooh, 2011, $44.7 million WW - Wreck-It Ralph, 2012, $471 million WW - Frozen, 2013, $1.274 billion WW - Big Hero 6, 2014, $657 million WW - Zootopia, 2016, $800 million - 1 billion WW ~ Approx. $4.4 billion WW w/ an average gross of $550 million WW per film and 89.5% (positive) average critical reception Upcoming Projects: - Moana (2016) - Frozen 2 (N/A) - Gigantic (2018) - Wreck-It Ralph 2 (N/A) Oscars: - 12 nominations (3 short nominations) - 5 wins
  7. Release dates per Imdb http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2140373/releaseinfo?ref_=tt_ql_9 didnt do that well in the UK but I have hope it does decently overall Starts today in Astralia Here on Jan 23. Kinometro shown only 300 copies for it but the promo seems to be good
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