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Avatar: The Way of Water | 16 DEC 2022 | It's been 84 years... | Teaser trailer on pg. 1090! | First movie gets re-released September 23!

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8 minutes ago, charlie Jatinder said:

@Barnack at some time the interest cost must start building up. This was supposed to come in 2014 ffs, in production since 2016 at least. 

Considering shoot started in 2017 I imagine it will add up, but with how low interest has been for a very safe sequel I am not sure how much of a factor it is.

 

I am not sure if they use them for something like a movie project, Century Fox bond emitted in 2014 with a mid range maturity date (2023) were giving 4%:

http://cbonds.com/emissions/issue/102939

 

It is possible that it was quite cheap.

 

Opportunity cost are higher and impact on annual ROI to have lot of time between spending and revenue coming back can get complicated as well, but it is more than just interest cost building up.

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4 minutes ago, Barnack said:

Opportunity cost are higher and impact on annual ROI to have lot of time between spending and revenue coming back can get complicated as well, but it is more than just interest cost building up.

I meant opportunity cost, since in India we have interest rates very high, opportunity cost is often taken interest. I should have realised west has low interest rates.

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21 hours ago, IronJimbo said:

3billies?

 

Love how China releases it secret weapon to save cinema

I don't know which I want more: for Avatar 2 to be the first $3b movie, or for Avatar to do it through a rerelease.

 

I guess Avatar becoming the first $3b movie and then Avatar 2 becoming the first initial-run $3b movie would be nice.

 

Either way, I think $3b will have to wait until an official global rerelease, assuming one happens before Avatar 2. Hard to tell how much this one is going to make, too many unknowns.

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6 hours ago, hw64 said:

I don't know which I want more: for Avatar 2 to be the first $3b movie, or for Avatar to do it through a rerelease.

 

I guess Avatar becoming the first $3b movie and then Avatar 2 becoming the first initial-run $3b movie would be nice.

 

Either way, I think $3b will have to wait until an official global rerelease, assuming one happens before Avatar 2. Hard to tell how much this one is going to make, too many unknowns.

My initial prediction was Avatar to become the first 3 billion $ film with Avatar 2 smashing it a year later. Was expecting it this Christmas : (

 

Also I want to see Avatar on a Dolby lazer projector so bad... sucks it's just a China re-release
 

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