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Wonder Woman 1984 | Dec 16 2020 OS | Dec 25 2020 US and on HBO MAX

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6 minutes ago, Barnack said:

7 days I think

 

December 21 to 27.

 

I am a bit curious how to you judge that (what would have been small), for example now that the timeframe is more than twice of what you thought, does that put them from huge to good, mediocre, bad ?

Both movies didn’t come out till December 25th though. 

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17 minutes ago, Barnack said:

7 days I think

 

December 21 to 27.

They released on 25th so 3 Days.

 

Anyways I won't be having debate on Nielsen numbers because they doesn't seem too reliable to me.

 

Technically if they are really tracking the number of minutes, no one watches credits IMO, which forms a large chunk of film from 5-10%. So are they just counting the views or multiplying with run time. What does view means? Full film, half film, 25%?

 

Now coming to the raw numbers;

 

We know that HBO Max has 17M subs at end of Dec (iirc).  Wasn't there official release saying half of HBO Max watched WW84? So that 14M if we considering everyone watched the credits is BS. Without credits views will be ~16M, almost all HBO Max subs.

 

PS. These Nielsen numbers are from just TV viewers and excludes everything else like Laptops, Mobiles, etc

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3 hours ago, jatvision said:

Wasn't there official release saying half of HBO Max watched WW84?

Half of subs watched it on 25th December. That will be around 8-8.5M. 14M in 3 days may be close to reality I guess. 

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On 1/29/2021 at 9:50 PM, Barnack said:

Did it ?

 

On that chart, which charts minutes watched? Yes. By 500m+ minutes. 
 

 

Also, today is the 19th consecutive day at #1 here in the UK, despite still being £15.99 and rental only. 

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5 hours ago, Krissykins said:

On that chart, which charts minutes watched? Yes. By 500m+ minutes. 

I am a bit surprised that anyone has expectation in streamed minute watched for movies.

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WB finally pulling the trigger on PVOD in countries that never got it theatrically due to closed cinemas. Italy first up:

 

Wonder if with, for instance, GVK we get this in the UK and so forth as it's looking like May for reopenings here and elsewhere in Europe. Judas and Little Things and the like they'll probably just keep delaying until reopenings but the big piracy risks like this they need as close to a global release...In this case it took *two months* to pull the trigger so maybe that's the same sort of buffer they'll consider for the others. Eg. GVK - if UK cinemas don't reopen until end of May, only then they skip and go straight to PVOD.

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On ‎2‎/‎6‎/‎2021 at 5:50 PM, antovolk said:

WB finally pulling the trigger on PVOD in countries that never got it theatrically due to closed cinemas. Italy first up:

 

Wonder if with, for instance, GVK we get this in the UK and so forth as it's looking like May for reopenings here and elsewhere in Europe. Judas and Little Things and the like they'll probably just keep delaying until reopenings but the big piracy risks like this they need as close to a global release...In this case it took *two months* to pull the trigger so maybe that's the same sort of buffer they'll consider for the others. Eg. GVK - if UK cinemas don't reopen until end of May, only then they skip and go straight to PVOD.

In my country, most of the area never got the chance to see it on big screen....

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On 2/6/2021 at 9:50 AM, antovolk said:

WB finally pulling the trigger on PVOD in countries that never got it theatrically due to closed cinemas. Italy first up:

 

Wonder if with, for instance, GVK we get this in the UK and so forth as it's looking like May for reopenings here and elsewhere in Europe. Judas and Little Things and the like they'll probably just keep delaying until reopenings but the big piracy risks like this they need as close to a global release...In this case it took *two months* to pull the trigger so maybe that's the same sort of buffer they'll consider for the others. Eg. GVK - if UK cinemas don't reopen until end of May, only then they skip and go straight to PVOD.

Yeh I don’t think we’ll get GVK here in the UK. WBUK didn’t bother releasing Little Things tomorrow as originally suggested. No date for Tom & Jerry yet. Universal haven’t released a single film during this lockdown, not on streaming or cinemas (Freaky, Come Play, Croods 2, Promising Young Woman, Let Him Go) nothing! 

1 hour ago, Sean B said:

Amazon.com has WW1984’s Blu-Ray and 4K release date listed as Tuesday March 30th 2021...

https://www.amazon.com/Wonder-Woman-1984-Blu-ray-Digital/dp/B08VWY2KLH

A week after the UK (22nd) 

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Yeah, Little Things and Judas are now undated. Tom and Jerry still down for March 19 though! And Croods is on the 26th I believe.

 

Let Him Go is gonna be on VOD in late March/early April, they're sticking with the full 16 week window on this one (it came out same day as WW84)...ironically, the one film that is out in a decently timely manner? Is the one they sold to Netflix OS - News of the World.

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Worst Remake, Rip-off or Sequel

365 Days (Polish Remake/Rip-Off of Fifty Shades of Grey)

Dolittle (Remake)

Fantasy Island (Remake/”Re-Imagining”)

Hubie Halloween (Remake/Rip-Off of Ernest Scared Stupid)

Wonder Woman 1984 (Sequel)

 

Worst Supporting Actress

Glenn Close - Hillbilly Elegy

Lucy Hale - Fantasy Island

Maggie Q - Fantasy Island

Kristen Wiig - Wonder Woman 1984

Maddie Ziegler - Music

 

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/365-days-dolittle-sias-music-top-razzie-awards-nominations

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That’s ridiculous. But the Razzies usually go for some high profile films. Wiig was great in WW84. Yawn. 

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Delusional or what?

 

 

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Fanboys on twitter don't count as "sources", Grace.

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A third week at #1 in the UK film chart following its release on disc last week.

 

Biggest sales week for any film of the year so far, 72,000 copies in its third week. 

 

The WW (2017) and WW84 double pack is #2. 
 

plus 19 days at iTunes #1 as a £15.99 rental and an additional 15 days at iTunes #1 as a £4.99 rental. 

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20 minutes ago, Krissykins said:

A third week at #1 in the UK film chart following its release on disc last week.

 

Biggest sales week for any film of the year so far, 72,000 copies in its third week. 

 

The WW (2017) and WW84 double pack is #2. 
 

plus 19 days at iTunes #1 as a £15.99 rental and an additional 15 days at iTunes #1 as a £4.99 rental. 

Nice.

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Just saw it on HBO. What a horrible movie. I hated it. One of the worst DCU movies yet

 

That Razzie nom is well deserved 

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