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Albany, New Zealand - Seats Sold Wonder Woman 1984 - (12 hours  before opening day)

 

Saturday 26th December

 

10:00am VMAX 37/133 (+19)

10:45am VMAX 44/185 (+17)

10:45am GC 23/30 (+2)

12:00pm 68/216 (+42)

12:45pm GC 38/40 (+7)

1:15pm VMAX 36/133 (+9)

2:00pm VMAX 36/185 (+7)

2:00pm GC 27/30 (+2)

3:10pm 62/216 (+14)

4:10pm GC 39/40 (+4)

4:30pm VMAX 45/133 (+20)

5:15pm VMAX 43/185 (+22)

5:15pm GC 29/30

6:30pm 51/216 (+23)

7:30pm GC 38/40 (+4)

7:45pm VMAX 33/133 (+6)

8:15pm 17/216 (+2)

8:30pm VMAX 60/185 (+6)

8:30pm GC 30/30

 

Total: 734/2416 (+206)

 

Phenomenal days sales that the last update. I won’t do any weekend $$$ comps as its a 2 day vs usual 3-4 day, its on Boxing Day and the HBO MAX release may cause some higher piracy levels than normal, but here are some comparisons to some successful films 12 hours before release in terms of tickets sold:

 

TLK - Total 1831/5554

Joker - Total 446/2756

Frozen II - Total 670/2572

TROS - Total  2002/5606

 

As you can see WW84 holds its own pretty well although it is boosted by being on a holiday which is the same for TLK if I remember correctly. Also similar ticket availability as Frozen II and Joker is a good sign in my opinion.

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7 hours ago, Fox20 said:

Many critics disliked Joker because controversy at the time, it had nothing to do with anything you said.

He said "woke nonsense" and it had a lot to do with their reaction and why it was that controversial at all.

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The last reviews is probably bad because they are angry with WB.

I think WB need to reboot the franchise and I’m ok with this or end with a WW3 but without Jenkins, probably after the first one she become arrogant, give WW3 to Zack Snyder and a masterpiece for end the trilogy 

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8 hours ago, charlie Jatinder said:

Without question. :redcapes:

Said no one ever, even most Ant-man fans 😄

30 minutes ago, charlie Jatinder said:

Is it possible they held the bad reviews. This is sorta unreal. From almost 90 with good number of reviews to 60-65.

Maybe US critics liked it as expected and foreign critics rejected it, that's why it's dropping like a snowball.

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On 12/24/2020 at 10:02 AM, lab276 said:

Does it really matter what the reviews are? The best movie of the previous decade, Cloud Atlas, only has 66% on RT.

Cloud Atlas is definitely one of the best...my favorite blockbuster of the decade so far with only Interstellar ahead of it (which also has a 74%). Others I would mention are The Dark Knight Rises, Deathly Hallows Part 2 (DH1 is the MVP of the series though), Catching Fire, and Mad Max: Fury Road.

 

Didn't mention animated films, and I feel like I'm forgetting a few other blockbuster films...

 

OH YES GRAVITY.

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16 minutes ago, Noctis said:

Cloud Atlas is definitely one of the best...my favorite blockbuster of the decade so far with only Interstellar ahead of it (which also has a 74%). Others I would mention are The Dark Knight Rises, Deathly Hallows Part 2 (DH1 is the MVP of the series though), Catching Fire, and Mad Max: Fury Road.

 

Didn't mention animated films, and I feel like I'm forgetting a few other blockbuster films...

 

OH YES GRAVITY.

 

CF is fantastic, one of the few blockbusters of the last decade that hasn't aged at all. 

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2 hours ago, Jamiem said:

Albany, New Zealand - Seats Sold Wonder Woman 1984 - (12 hours  before opening day)

 

Saturday 26th December

 

10:00am VMAX 37/133 (+19)

10:45am VMAX 44/185 (+17)

10:45am GC 23/30 (+2)

12:00pm 68/216 (+42)

12:45pm GC 38/40 (+7)

1:15pm VMAX 36/133 (+9)

2:00pm VMAX 36/185 (+7)

2:00pm GC 27/30 (+2)

3:10pm 62/216 (+14)

4:10pm GC 39/40 (+4)

4:30pm VMAX 45/133 (+20)

5:15pm VMAX 43/185 (+22)

5:15pm GC 29/30

6:30pm 51/216 (+23)

7:30pm GC 38/40 (+4)

7:45pm VMAX 33/133 (+6)

8:15pm 17/216 (+2)

8:30pm VMAX 60/185 (+6)

8:30pm GC 30/30

 

Total: 734/2416 (+206)

 

Phenomenal days sales that the last update. I won’t do any weekend $$$ comps as its a 2 day vs usual 3-4 day, its on Boxing Day and the HBO MAX release may cause some higher piracy levels than normal, but here are some comparisons to some successful films 12 hours before release in terms of tickets sold:

 

TLK - Total 1831/5554

Joker - Total 446/2756

Frozen II - Total 670/2572

TROS - Total  2002/5606

 

As you can see WW84 holds its own pretty well although it is boosted by being on a holiday which is the same for TLK if I remember correctly. Also similar ticket availability as Frozen II and Joker is a good sign in my opinion.

Thank you! And what do those movies have in common? They all grossed one billion! And two did it without China and great RT scores! Not being definitive, but I think this would have grossed 1 billion. Just my opinion. 

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15 hours ago, Eric Gardner said:

Moderation

 

Im sorry, I thought this was the Wonder Woman 1984 thread, not the “woke critics ruin everything” thread. Please stay on topic 

You guys really hate listening, huh?
 

@Firepower @marveldcfox and anybody else taking part on this stuff, if I see any of this whining bullshit for the rest of Christmas, you're getting threadbanned indefinitely. No exceptions. Got it? Good.

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3 hours ago, charlie Jatinder said:

Is it possible they held the bad reviews. This is sorta unreal. From almost 90 with good number of reviews to 60-65.

I have a feeling this is some sort of pandemic thing where only the extremely excited people wanted to watch it at home before the final week, and so the skew in early reviews was just higher than usual. In usual times critics would have gone to theaters and so perhaps maybe a wider sample would have wanted to see it earlier.

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59 minutes ago, charlie Jatinder said:

70% from 235. 6.4/10

 

+7 (3 F 4 R)

It’s kind of sad to think that there’s probably some WB advertising executive sweating right now because they won’t be able to say “Certified Fresh” in any future marketing. Imagine going back 20-30 years and telling someone that such an arbitrary thing was perceived as so important.

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33 minutes ago, SnokesLegs said:

It’s kind of sad to think that there’s probably some WB advertising executive sweating right now because they won’t be able to say “Certified Fresh” in any future marketing. Imagine going back 20-30 years and telling someone that such an arbitrary thing was perceived as so important.

It's still certified. What's the number it'll have to reach before they revoke it?

 

Old timers will remember MOS getting certified initially, before the flood of negative reviews. 

41 minutes ago, eddyxx said:

Is anyone else rewatching the first movie before the new one? I’m watching it right now.

I watched it a chunk of it on cable (TNT I think? I don't remember) the other day.

 

That weird thing where a movie you own (on home media and digital!) but you still watch it on TV when you come across it channel surfing. We can all relate to this sensation, right?

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