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This is going to be a disaster, isn't it?

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8 minutes ago, filmlover said:

This is going to be a disaster, isn't it?

Below $50M OW I bet

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9 hours ago, filmlover said:

This is going to be a disaster, isn't it?

 

how do you know?

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4 minutes ago, John Marston said:

 

how do you know?

Comes out in less than a month and buzz is literally nowhere. Reminiscent of Independence Day: Resurgence (another sequel to a Will Smith property without Smith).

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3 minutes ago, filmlover said:

Comes out in less than a month and buzz is literally nowhere. Reminiscent of Independence Day: Resurgence (another sequel to a Will Smith property without Smith).

 

 

don't think this needs online hype to do well. Men in Black 3 I remember had people thinking it would flop as well

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They obviously want to bank off of Hemsworth and Thompson fresh off of Endgame. It is hard to say whether how much surprise walkups this gets. Depends on the reception to the film.

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14 hours ago, stealthyfrog said:

They should have tried to get Will Smith to return. I don't think there's much interest in the franchise sans Will Smith.

You think he was not the first one asked ?

 

MIB 3 lost the studio money and an other one would have almost certainly been with a deal to cut cost (like Inferno), hard to imagine Rothman saying yes to a deal that make Smith interested (must want 50M minimum to get involved in those, like on Independence day if not more considering he did that one already 3 times)

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Sub-$40m seems likely for this tbh. Sub-30m wouldn't even surprise me

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Battle of the black directors. Tim will win this because shaft will more than make back its budget.

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2 hours ago, TalismanRing said:

Even with re-shoots?

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Back end start after a profit I would also imagine.

 

 

That not too disimilar to what they did on Inferno, Angel&Demon had a 194m net budget, planned  to a 110m then even pushed down to just 90m, that went apparently even lower when Rothman got in charge and a surprisely good exchange rate (for the cost of production, not the intl box office) happened to a rumored 75m.

 

With him, Ghostbuster would have been probably at that price point also I would imagine.

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16 minutes ago, antovolk said:

 

I'm not sure if it means confident or not.

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I think 50-60 on RT is what it will end up with. For me 50+ and above for cgi/action/adventure/comedy/blockbuster type films is worth a watch in theatres if you are extremely bored and have nothing to do.

 

There are exceptions like TMNT 2014 that got unfairly hated upon. A fun action adventure movie with 30+% on rt.

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weird how the trailers for this i keep seeing are structured like they have jokes, and people are saying things in the cadence of a joke, but there are no actual jokes.

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Everything about this project reminds me of The Mummy 2017, except maybe without the whole shared universe gimmick.

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Just heard it...

 

Spoiler

pretty bad reactions from the screening held by studios in Beijing.

 

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4 hours ago, TMP said:

Everything about this project reminds me of The Mummy 2017, except maybe without the whole shared universe gimmick.

The strange idea of a Jump Street shared universe for this would have sound much more interesting.

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