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Venom: Let There Be Carnage l October 1 2021 | NOT getting delayed

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9 hours ago, Menor said:

It had great WOM in China and some other countries. USA WOM was mediocre. 

 

True though China WOM,etc was good enough to propel it to over 856M WW. "so bad it's good" WOM counts as good WOM no? :lol:

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5 hours ago, The GOAT said:

When does the review embargo end? 

IIRC it’ll be 9/30 (same day as it’s Thursday night previews.)

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6 hours ago, Valonqar said:

 

True though China WOM,etc was good enough to propel it to over 856M WW. "so bad it's good" WOM counts as good WOM no? :lol:

Sort of, but I don't think Venom really had that in the US, more just "it's ok, I guess" WOM. I don't dispute that you could, with some average of worldwide WOM, get that it had good WOM overall, just pointing out there were big regional differences. 

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1 week to go until THE UNIVERSE EXPANDS or whatever

carnage-marvel.gif

 

Actually hoping this does well for theaters' sake. If this goes sideways mah boy Ted will pay Sony a full billie for No Way Home.

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2 minutes ago, Legion of the Ten Crores said:

Doubt there would be many freak outs even if this missies 100M. 

If this opens in a way it points to clearly missing 100M DOM total, theaters will shutdown worldwide on Sunday night. Bond will go straight to Amazon Prime because there won't be any theaters opened on the following weekend.

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10 minutes ago, EmpireCity said:

The movie is going to do well, but it isn't good.  They know it isn't good.  

I wonder when you will review it:ph34r:

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32 minutes ago, EmpireCity said:

The movie is going to do well, but it isn't good.  They know it isn't good.  

They already knew even before shooting tbh. The first movie is what it is and there is no way to escape it. The best choice made was to just turn this into a chaotic and short 90 minutes ride.

 

I hope it opens well enough to resist the inevitable 70% 2nd weekend drop against Bond and still end with a decent total.

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I mean, you don't need me to tell you it isn't good.  They are telling you.  

 

90 minute run time.

"Fans First" premiere

No critics review until opening night

 

Do they need tv ads with quotes from Twitter fans to finish off the shitty red flags?

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9 minutes ago, EmpireCity said:

I mean, you don't need me to tell you it isn't good.  They are telling you.  

 

90 minute run time.

"Fans First" premiere

No critics review until opening night

 

Do they need tv ads with quotes from Twitter fans to finish off the shitty red flags?

Spoiler

So it’s best Marvel movie ever.

 

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I was never expecting it to be a genuinely good movie or solidly Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, but I'll be massively disappointed if the critics score is on the same level or even worse than the first one. 

 

I really thought the only way it would go was up with this sequel. Was thinking somewhere in the 40% range. Not good, but you know, an improvement 

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2 hours ago, CJ Sarandos said:

1 week to go until THE UNIVERSE EXPANDS or whatever

carnage-marvel.gif

 

Actually hoping this does well for theaters' sake. If this goes sideways mah boy Ted will pay Sony a full billie for No Way Home.

 

I don't know why anyone thinks that Disney would buy Sony when they can just pay them for the Spidey rights, which is all they would want/need. Another purchase guarantees FCC eyeballs, particularly with Democrats in power. 

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5 minutes ago, tonytr87 said:

 

I don't know why anyone thinks that Disney would buy Sony when they can just pay them for the Spidey rights, which is all they would want/need. Another purchase guarantees FCC eyeballs, particularly with Democrats in power. 

 

He's talking about Ted Sarandos (Netflix) paying Sony $1b for the rights to Spider-Man: No Way Home.  

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24 minutes ago, Yandereprime101189 said:

It's totally a Rothman movie for this to be 90 minutes. He doesn't like movies over 2 hours apparently. . . at least he was that way during the Fox days.

 

Possibly. Though this is also the guy who courted Tarantino for OUATIH. I thought maybe he had changed his stripes. 

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