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GODZILLA vs. KONG | March 31 2021 | Adam Wingard to direct

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That’s a good number from samba for GvK, they had ww84 at 3m views for its first full week and the Snyder cut was 2.2m for it’s first full week. 

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19 minutes ago, ddddeeee said:

I rewatched KotM and...had a blast? I hated it in theatres.

 

Mothra is the one.

 

Mothra is Best Girl of Cinema.

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https://deadline.com/2021/04/godzilla-vs-kong-box-office-profit-hbo-max-1234732050/
 

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Here’s something nobody was expecting during the pandemic at the global box office: An event film which is bound to profit.

 

Film finance sources have been telling us that as Legendary’s Godzilla vs. Kong hits $357.8M WW today, the pic is already set to bring cash back to Warner Bros. –an estimated $96.4M currently–even with the controversial HBO Max line item in the mix, though that portion is a bit opaque. That’s an impressive feat when you consider that major B.O. offshore markets Europe (except Spain) and Brazil are still closed due to Covid, and the Adam Wingard-directed fourthquel is only collecting an estimated 25% from China’s box office.

 

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Godzilla KoTM got 386M worldwide, getting up to the same level during a freaking pandemic while offering it on streaming is just amazing.  Not a particular fan of the franchise, but I'll root for anything to do well at this point.

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Enjoyed the action. It was obvious to me that Godzilla > Kong but enjoyed the human/kong and kong/godzilla interplay. A fine conclusion to the King of the Monsters trilogy. My concern (esp. after the recent boxoffice results) is that WB will overextend themselves and greenlight more sequels. 

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I'm surprised this movie didn't make more money in China. Don't they usually love monster movies? Meanwhile, a movie called "Hi, Mom" somehow made over $800 million on a $59 million budget.

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3 minutes ago, poweranimals said:

I'm surprised this movie didn't make more money in China. Don't they usually love monster movies? Meanwhile, a movie called "Hi, Mom" somehow made over $800 million on a $59 million budget.

It could have done a bit more perhaps but "Hi, Mom" is not a good comparison as that was a local film. For a Hollywood movie its gross was fairly high, though not as big as other markets might have suggested. 

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It's basically at 300M International, same as Tenet finished with. Does this prove the international  market has not recovered at all since Tenete's release last year? Except China, where it tripled Tenet, GvsK earned way less in the rest of the world. Has the international market regressed? This is not good

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56 minutes ago, Maggie said:

It's basically at 300M International, same as Tenet finished with. Does this prove the international  market has not recovered at all since Tenete's release last year? Except China, where it tripled Tenet, GvsK earned way less in the rest of the world. Has the international market regressed? This is not good

Of course the international market has regressed since then. Most of Europe which was open has closed again, some parts of Asia which were open are closed again. South America is pretty much in the same place. 

 

It's a vicious circle - theaters need movies, movies need theaters, but no one is willing to take the first step. 

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4 hours ago, Maggie said:

It's basically at 300M International, same as Tenet finished with. Does this prove the international  market has not recovered at all since Tenete's release last year? Except China, where it tripled Tenet, GvsK earned way less in the rest of the world. Has the international market regressed? This is not good

Settle down a bit, GvK has yet to open in Japan and Brazil...those could combine for $40M. 

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