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Definitely expecting the third to drop a little domestic, though retain the OS growth.

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36 minutes ago, 4815162342 said:

 

Definitely expecting the third to drop a little domestic, though retain the OS growth.

What makes you expect that?

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50 minutes ago, cookie said:

What makes you expect that?

 

My expectations that RL bo rules are still somewhat relevant.

 

Most third films fall back a bit domestic when the second one has a substantial jump.

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50 minutes ago, cookie said:

What makes you expect that?

 

My expectations that RL bo rules are still somewhat relevant.

 

Most third films fall back a bit domestic when the second one has a substantial jump.

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2 hours ago, YourMother the Edgelord said:

Carmen’s Voyage and probably Children Of Eden.

Internally expecting a HTTYD1 run tops for Carmen but we’ll see

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Just now, Blankments said:

Internally expecting a HTTYD1 run tops for Carmen but we’ll see

I don’t see why it would go that low tbh other than Xillix doing the year. It has the advantage of being the only family friendly PG film until Toons, and as a pseudo Lord/Miller film, not expecting much OS.

 

And looking at how good Olive The Other Reindeer helping the Shining Star Animation label and the fact that Medusa was able to benefit from lack of animated musicals as well as how big space opera films and other musical are in CAYOM, I have no reason to see why it wouldn’t cross that mark.

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2 hours ago, 4815162342 said:

 

My expectations that RL bo rules are still somewhat relevant.

 

Most third films fall back a bit domestic when the second one has a substantial jump.

All I’ll say is that I'll be looking closer at how reviews and competition stack up than whether sequel fatigue would apply. I'm not going definitive on one way or another.

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