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13 minutes ago, kayumanggi said:

I wonder, what is the biggest "shark" movie of all time?

 

That includes sharks? that would be Finding Nemo. If that doesn't count and you mean as part of the main story, then Jaws.

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2 minutes ago, Tower said:

 

That includes sharks? that would be Finding Nemo. If that doesn't count and you mean as part of the main story, then Jaws.

 

Ha ha. Yes, I meant live action only. Woah, JAWS has held the record for a long time.

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Israel 30 June 2016  
Italy 30 June 2016  
Portugal 30 June 2016  
Cambodia 5 July 2016  
South Korea 7 July 2016  
Kazakhstan 7 July 2016  
Russia 7 July 2016  
Ukraine 7 July 2016  
Bulgaria 8 July 2016  
Greece 21 July 2016  
Japan 23 July 2016  
Poland 5 August 2016  
Turkey 5 August 2016  
Brazil 11 August 2016  
Hungary 11 August 2016  
Singapore 11 August 2016  
Estonia 12 August 2016  
UK 12 August 2016  
Lithuania 12 August 2016  
Argentina 18 August 2016  
Serbia 18 August 2016  
France 24 August 2016  
Germany 25 August 2016  
Netherlands 25 August 2016
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On June 30, 2016 at 10:53 PM, Baumer said:
Israel 30 June 2016  
Italy 30 June 2016  
Portugal 30 June 2016  
Cambodia 5 July 2016  
South Korea 7 July 2016  
Kazakhstan 7 July 2016  
Russia 7 July 2016  
Ukraine 7 July 2016  
Bulgaria 8 July 2016  
Greece 21 July 2016  
Japan 23 July 2016  
Poland 5 August 2016  
Turkey 5 August 2016  
Brazil 11 August 2016  
Hungary 11 August 2016  
Singapore 11 August 2016  
Estonia 12 August 2016  
UK 12 August 2016  
Lithuania 12 August 2016  
Argentina 18 August 2016  
Serbia 18 August 2016  
France 24 August 2016  
Germany 25 August 2016  
Netherlands 25 August 2016

I don't think these are all its markets. I know it's getting released in Mexico on July 15th and I believe it got released in Thailand over this weekend based on a ton of tweets coming in about it in Thai. 

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This has the potential to hit $100M depending on how it performs in its remaining countries. 

 

It still has UK, Italy, Brazil, France, Germany, Portugal, China and quite a few other countries actually. I think it's opened in less than half of the countries it's supposed to be released in. 

 

Do you think it can do it @Baumer

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10 hours ago, Krissykins said:

Booked tickets for its opening this Wednesday here in the UK. Haven't seen any advertising unfortunately, and it's playing in smaller rooms. 

 

10 hours ago, Heretic said:

I've actually seen a few spots for it on TV. I love films like this, I'll probably see it with 2for1 on Wednesday, but it's not the type of film that'll make a lot anyway. Maybe £5m, max. 

I hope you guys like it. It's a small B-film that does a good job with having very little. Hopefully it at least does decent money in the UK. I'm hoping it doesn't outright tank haha 

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Sony is so dumb then. Ruining the film for those who haven't watched it yet especially because it's been well received in the UK by the critics so it has that going for it. 

 

Really hoping this can get some decent numbers from the remaining markets. 

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