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3 minutes ago, peludo said:

If I am not wrong there are not local stars dubbing the film. The main problem relative to the original here is that Mufasa was dubbed in 1994 by Constantino Romero, a very well known TV and radio showman and dubbing actor. He sadly died in 2013.

 

His dubbings are legendary in Spain since beyond Mufasa, he was Darth Vader, Terminator, Apollo Creed, all Clint Eastwood's roles (obviously until 2013), James Bond (Roger Moore), Captain Kirk in Star Trek or even Roy Batty in Blade Runner.

 

Said this, I do not think this will be a big problem for its success.

oh, wow didn't know that! Thanks! :)

 



We are in June. Let's wait until the end of the year if there is a better film than EG...

 

since Chernobyl is TV that's a no. ;)

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3 hours ago, peludo said:

I am sorry, but Spain is candidate to do that. I can see TLK beating EG here.

Not only in Spain ... i think in most of European markets TLK is the candidate Of highest grossing film in 2019 .. 

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3 hours ago, cdsacken said:

TLK won't be Avatar. Avatar 2 won't be Avatar. Nothing will anytime soon unless EG gets re-released

Agreed .... movie is expected to do $1.5 To $2 B WW maximum ... (that would be massive)

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44 minutes ago, Sunny Max said:

Not only in Spain ... i think in most of European markets TLK is the candidate Of highest grossing film in 2019 .. 

I think few markets like UK, Russia etc Endgame would remain the years best. But the rest it would be bad if nothing beats Endgame. It was far from record breaking.

But no movie is gonna come close to Endgame in Domestc/Asia/Latin America.

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21 minutes ago, keysersoze123 said:

I think few markets like UK, Russia etc Endgame would remain the years best. But the rest it would be bad if nothing beats Endgame. It was far from record breaking.

But no movie is gonna come close to Endgame in Domestc/Asia/Latin America.

right .... Asian / Latin countries records are really out of reach for any upcoming film .. i dont see any film can come close to those mighty records ...

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10 minutes ago, Sunny Max said:

right .... Asian / Latin countries records are really out of reach for any upcoming film .. i dont see any film can come close to those mighty records ...

Not all asian markets. I forgot Japan. Aladdin could come close to double the Endgame gross. TS4 will also comfortably beat Endgame and I am sure Frozen 2 will crush all other films. SW9 should beat Endgame as well. So in Japan Endgame may not finish in Top 5 despite over performing there significantly.

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7 minutes ago, keysersoze123 said:

Not all asian markets. I forgot Japan. Aladdin could come close to double the Endgame gross. TS4 will also comfortably beat Endgame and I am sure Frozen 2 will crush all other films. SW9 should beat Endgame as well. So in Japan Endgame may not finish in Top 5 despite over performing there significantly.

Agreed ... but i count complete region (1 or 2 market doesn't matter) Japan is a totally different market ..

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3 minutes ago, Sunny Max said:

Agreed ... but i count complete region (1 or 2 market doesn't matter) Japan is a totally different market ..

I agree as well. just was looking for countries where Endgame records are beatable. Mexico is another possibility. Endgame did not crush Coco. So another animation movie that is relatable could beat it though nothing this year will do it. UK was not a record but I doubt any movie this year will beat it. Next year Bond should do it. China its safe until Avatar 2.

Brazil to me is the most impressive OS market(amazing legs after crazy OW). I doubt anything come close for years.

Anyway I am digressing as this is Lion King thread. 🙂

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Hope TLK is a mass crowd-pleaser like Aladdin, but on a considerably bigger scale & with much better reviews.

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15 minutes ago, keysersoze123 said:

I agree as well. just was looking for countries where Endgame records are beatable. Mexico is another possibility. Endgame did not crush Coco. So another animation movie that is relatable could beat it though nothing this year will do it. UK was not a record but I doubt any movie this year will beat it. Next year Bond should do it. China its safe until Avatar 2.

Brazil to me is the most impressive OS market(amazing legs after crazy OW). I doubt anything come close for years.

Anyway I am digressing as this is Lion King thread. 🙂

Endgame grosses $76 M in Mexico .. Coco did $57 M ....  are you talking about in local currency ??

 

About UK .. i m also not sure  .. but anything is possible ..TLK-94 did 23 M pounds with 8.08 Admissions in UK ..

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Sunny Max said:

Endgame grosses $76 M in Mexico .. Coco did $57 M ....  are you talking about in local currency ??

 

About UK .. i m also not sure  .. but anything is possible ..TLK-94 did 23 M pounds with 8.08 Admissions in UK ..

 

 

Yes. I am amazed its so disparate in $. Admission wise they are very close if I am not wrong.

 

To come back to TLK, I dont want to predict record numbers but its gonna do great. I am hoping for 600m domestic and 1.5B WW. But if its reviews are at Jungle Book level it could go higher.

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5 minutes ago, keysersoze123 said:

Yes. I am amazed its so disparate in $. Admission wise they are very close if I am not wrong.

 

To come back to TLK, I dont want to predict record numbers but its gonna do great. I am hoping for 600m domestic and 1.5B WW. But if its reviews are at Jungle Book level it could go higher.

yep ... this is the maximum movie could do ... $1.5 To $2 B ...

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My theater already has showtimes up for the weekend this opens (guess they officially go on sale Monday) and have it booked on 5 screens so far. Definitely a sign of big numbers incoming.

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25 minutes ago, Andy said:

 

 

Beyonce! She sound so good omg.... 

 

Glover is meh. They should have cast a Rnb singer in the role. 

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Yeah that's bad and this keeps getting worse, FOR ME.  Figured I'd put the "for me" part since people get defensive 😛

 

I realize this is going to be massively huge though.  There is no argument from me about that.  

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Disney needs to make Favreau their Spielberg and lock him up. Give him whatever he wants.

 

Jungle Book 2, Magic Kingdom, whatever.

 

They don’t need JJ Abrams.

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They REALLY won't show us the animal's emotions or mouth movements STILL to this day. Either they are holding back to WOW us or they, um, don't want to show it for some reason.

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