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Which Studio Will Win 2017?

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Here are the studio's biggest films for 2017...

 

Disney:

 

Rogue One (minus first two weeks)

Beauty and the Beast (live action)

Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2

Pirates of the Caribbean 5

Cars 3?

Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (live action)

Thor Ragnorok

Coco 

Star Wars 8 (for first two weeks)

 

Universal:

 

Fifty Shades Darker

The Great Wall

Fast 8

The Mummy

Despicable Me 3

Untitled horror (3 movies)

Pitch Perfect 3 (for first week)

 

Warner Bros:

 

Lego the Batman Movie

Kong Skull Island

King Arthur

Annabelle 2

Wonder Woman

Dunkirk

CHiPs

Ninjago

Justice League

 

Fox:

 

The Boss Baby

Captain Underpants

The Kingsman: The Golden Circle

War for the Planet of the Apes

The Story of Ferdinand 

Alien: Covenant 

Untitled Marvel film

The Croods 2 (first week only)

 

Sony:

 

The Dark Tower

Smurfs The Lost Village 

Barbie

Bad Boys 3

Uncharted 

Spider-man Homecoming

Jumanji

Untitled event film (September)

The Equalizer 2

 

Paramount:

 

xXx - The Return of Xander Cage

Ghost in the Shell

Baywatch

World War Z 2

Transformers The Last Knight

 

Lionsgate:

 

:apocalypse:

 

 

 

 

 

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This is starting to look like a two-men-show. It will likely be Disney and the only other studio that has a chance at challenging it is WB. The rest will be far behind. And looking at 2018 the difference between the Big 2 and the rest will get even bigger.

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33 minutes ago, grey ghost said:

 

 

Paramount:

 

xXx - The Return of Xander Cage

Ghost in the Shell

Baywatch

World War Z 2

Transformers The Last Knight

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

yykes What's happening to Paramount? Why so few movies? Is World War Z 2 even happening?

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5 minutes ago, James said:

This is starting to look like a two-men-show. It will likely be Disney and the only other studio that has a chance at challenging it is WB. The rest will be far behind. And looking at 2018 the difference between the Big 2 and the rest will get even bigger.

 

Based on some rough predictions, Disney (2.1 billion) is way ahead with Universal (1.5 billion) and WB (1.5 billion) battling for 2nd.

 

Sony (1.2 billion) should do pretty decent and safely place 4th.

 

Fox (.9 billion) avoids last place but Paramount (.6 billion) doesn't.

 

 

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The answer to which studio will be the first is too obvious to even bother giving.

 

9 minutes ago, Alli said:

yykes What's happening to Paramount? Why so few movies? Is World War Z 2 even happening?

 

To be fair to them all of those movies have blockbuster potential, specially OS.

 

 

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Disney:

 

Rogue One (minus first two weeks) - 200 m
Beauty and the Beast (live action) - 200 m
Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2 - 250 m
Pirates of the Caribbean 5  - 150 m
Cars 3?  - 150 m
Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (live action) - 200 m
Thor Ragnorok - 200 m
Coco - 300 m
Star Wars 8 (for first two weeks)  - 500 m


Total - 2150 m
 

 
Warner Bros:
 
Lego the Batman Movie - 200 m
Kong Skull Island - 250 m
King Arthur - 100 m
Annabelle 2 - 100 m
Wonder Woman - 200 m
Dunkirk - 200 m
CHiPs - 100 m
Ninjago - 50 m
Justice League - 350 m

 

Total - 1550 m

 

Universal:
 
Fifty Shades Darker  - 150 m
The Great Wall - 150 m
Fast 8 - 300 m
The Mummy - 200 m
Despicable Me 3 - 300 m
Untitled horror (3 movies) - 300 m
Pitch Perfect 3 (for first week) - 100 m

 

Total - 1500 m 
 
Sony:
 
The Dark Tower - 150 m
Smurfs The Lost Village - 50 m
Barbie - 50 m
Bad Boys 3 - 200 m
Uncharted - 150 m
Spider-man Homecoming - 300 m
Jumanji - 150 m
Untitled event film (September) - 100 m
The Equalizer 2 - 100 m

 

Total - 1250

 

Fox:
 
The Boss Baby - 50 m
Captain Underpants - 100 m
The Kingsman: The Golden Circle - 100 m
War for the Planet of the Apes - 200 m
The Story of Ferdinand - 150 m
Alien: Covenant - 100 m
Untitled Marvel film - 150 m
The Croods 2 (first week only) - 100 m

 

Total - 950 m

 
Paramount:
 
xXx - The Return of Xander Cage -  50 m
Ghost in the Shell - 100 m
Baywatch - 100 m
World War Z 2 - 150 m
Transformers The Last Knight - 200 m

 

Total - 600 m

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10 minutes ago, grey ghost said:

 

Based on some rough predictions, Disney (2.1 billion) is way ahead with Universal (1.5 billion) and WB (1.5 billion) battling for 2nd.

 

Sony (1.2 billion) should do pretty decent and safely place 4th.

 

Fox (.9 billion) avoids last place but Paramount (.6 billion) doesn't.

 

 

How is Universal getting to 1.5b and how is WB ending up with so little? Like, seriously, give m some estimates because that is just not adding up. WB will be closer to 2b, just like this year.

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7 minutes ago, Arlborn said:

The answer to which studio will be the first is too obvious to even bother giving.

 

 

To be fair to them all of those movies have blockbuster potential, specially OS.

 

 

Yeah finding out what the placements are after Disney is a more interesting question. 

World War Z, Bad Boys 3 and Uncharted will move to 2018 so that decreases Sony and Paramount to potential haul. 

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1 minute ago, James said:

How is Universal getting to 1.5b and how is WB ending up with so little? Like, seriously, give m some estimates because that is just not adding up. WB will be closer to 2b, just like this year.

 

I just posted my numbers.

 

Feel free to give me your estimates for Disney vs Uni vs WB. :jeb!:

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28 minutes ago, grey ghost said:

Disney:

 

Rogue One (minus first two weeks) - 200 m 200m
Beauty and the Beast (live action) - 200 m 300m
Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2 - 250 m 300m
Pirates of the Caribbean 5  - 150 m 150m
Cars 3?  - 150 m 150m
Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (live action) - 200 m 200m
Thor Ragnorok - 200 m 200m
Coco - 300 m 200m
Star Wars 8 (for first two weeks)  - 500 m 450m


Total - 2150 m

Total - 2150
 

 
Warner Bros:
 
Lego the Batman Movie - 200 m 300m
Kong Skull Island - 250 m 250m
King Arthur - 100 m 130m
Annabelle 2 - 100 m 70m
Wonder Woman - 200 m 300m
Dunkirk - 200 m 200m
CHiPs - 100 m 100m
Ninjago - 50 m 150m (it's a Lego movie. why would it make 50m???)
Justice League - 350 m 350

 

Total - 1850m

And WB still has 9 other titles scheduled for 2017, of which Live By Night could go for 100m with the award season, It might break out with the recent string of successes WB is having with horrors, Blade Runner might be a Mad Max type of success. And then you have Geostorm + the comedies. 2b will happen for them and they have a good chance of challenging Disney.

 

Universal:
 
Fifty Shades Darker  - 150 m 100m (massive fall from the first one)
The Great Wall - 150 m 150m
Fast 8 - 300 m 300m
The Mummy - 200 m 200m
Despicable Me 3 - 300 m 300m
Untitled horror (3 movies) - 300 m (lol no way; that would average 100m per movie which is absurd; there are very few horror flicks that make 100m or even close to it) 150m
Pitch Perfect 3 (for first week) - 100 m 100m

 

Total - 1300 m 
 

 

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