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5 minutes ago, lorddemaxus said:

Is this movie screening earlier in Australia or something? All the critics who have reviewed it so far are Australian and so are the people I know who have or are watching it (in fact there seems to be an early screening going on right now there).

Yeah had some advance screenings in Australia starting on the 8th.

 

edit: you edited in the answer lol

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57 minutes ago, Jamiem said:

Yeah had some advance screenings in Australia starting on the 8th.

 

edit: you edited in the answer lol

I should've have phrased it better. I was wondering if this is just in Australia or if it is happening in other countries too. Just found it odd that I haven't seen non-Australians talk about the movie yet.

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1 minute ago, lorddemaxus said:

I should've have phrased it better. I was wondering if this is just in Australia or if it is happening in other countries too.

Ah got you, looks like NZ also has the same thing according to the Event NZ app, I think it’s likely a week early to make the most of school holidays here. 
 

Not sure about any other countries but haven’t been keeping up with the news around this film that much personally, so it’s certainly possible they also did this in other regions.

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3 minutes ago, JWR said:

What are the projections for opening weekend?

 

Deadline won't make one, except to say (yesterday) that it would be under Black Widow's 2nd weekend.  Black Widow was estimated $24M+ or $24-$28M (depending which item Deadline didn't update), so their estimate would be under $24M for the weekend at best for SJ2...

 

I disagree on the under $24M, but that's why we watch the releases and see what happens:).

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2 minutes ago, WittyUsername said:

Looks like critics aren’t liking this. I’m not surprised, but those first couple of reviews that Rotten Tomatoes posted threw me off for a bit. 

 

The 1st one got a 44% from the critics...I don't think anyone believed critics were gonna suddenly jump onboard a sequel:)...

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1 hour ago, filmlover said:

So basically, this really is just a two hour advertisement for the studio's IP disguised as a movie. Meh.

HBO Max: The Movie 

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So I'm hearing projections of a $20 million-$25 million opening weekend. Normally, that would be pretty weak in context of such a huge budget, but considering it's also going to HBO Max, that could change things. 

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The reviews scores are still way too high. This feels like a movie that would've been at like 9% on RT had it been made 10 years ago, maybe even 5 (I mean, that's where The Emoji movie sits at).

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5 hours ago, El Squibbonator said:

So I'm hearing projections of a $20 million-$25 million opening weekend. Normally, that would be pretty weak in context of such a huge budget, but considering it's also going to HBO Max, that could change things. 

That is really weak considering the budget, Max or no Max.

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