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3 minutes ago, peludo said:

I wish it could do it, but I see It really hard. I would be fine with 700-800

Based on hype, it seems bigger than spectre. But I am concerned by impact due to COVID-19. So will not predict until week to release. We should know either the virus is controlled or we have a pandemic. Second scenario would lead to delay as Bond movies perform very well on asian markets. 

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43 minutes ago, keysersoze123 said:

Based on hype, it seems bigger than spectre. But I am concerned by impact due to COVID-19. So will not predict until week to release. We should know either the virus is controlled or we have a pandemic. Second scenario would lead to delay as Bond movies perform very well on asian markets. 

Sure, The Virus can affect everywhere, but Bond is essentially an European franchise, maybe, and proportionally, the biggest one. It does not need Asia so much to make big numbers as others.

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3 hours ago, peludo said:

Sure, The Virus can affect everywhere, but Bond is essentially an European franchise, maybe, and proportionally, the biggest one. It does not need Asia so much to make big numbers as others.

James Bond film is very popular in Asia and Latin America if we turn the time back to 1960,1970,1980

at that time James Bond film is the biggest franchise in Asia just like marvel,even more popular than Europe,I don't know why Asia people don't like Bond film now.

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Spectre was coming off Skyfall hype so I don't think No Time to Die has necessarily greater anticipation. That being said Bond always does great OS so going with $650M OS which is just under Spectre.

 

I think the anticipation for Spectre was somewhat dulled because of the SONY hack and script leaks. The producers had to fight against a narrative that switched from ‘how will they follow up Skyfall?’ to ‘Will the movie be as questionable as the script.’

 

The box office increases from Die Another Day to Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace to Skyfall demonstrate how a good Bond movie plays worldwide. If NTTD gets the kind of praise that Casino Royale and Skyfall received then, I think, a billion is a lock.

 

To put it another way, QOS was lambasted and still came within spitting distance of CR. Had QOS and SP been released earlier in their respective years, then they would have benefitted from a stronger USD, i.e. a better exchange rate. QOS would have likely outgrossed CR and SP would have exceeded $900m globally.

 

It seems that Mulan will underperform compared to recent Disney live-action films. So there very well could be a movie vacuum that NTTD will fill. NTTD would probably have seen an increase from SP in China but Bond is not Chinese dependent like The Fast and Furious franchise.

 

 

 

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Is there a chance that No Time To Die reaches the 800 million overseas?  This film looks amazing, and i see more hype for this than Spectre. 


I think there's a real chance. With good reviews, I think, it has a chance at exceeding $800m.


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https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.forbes.com/sites/scottmendelson/2020/02/17/coronavirus-box-office-james-bond-tom-cruise-dwayne-johnson-mulan-f9-tenet-sonic-top-gun/amp/



"Spectre earned $83 million in China when it opened in late 2015, and there was every expectation that No Time to Die (which Universal is distributing overseas) would earn at least that much in April. Spectre grossed $881 million worldwide, so even an equal performance sans China still gets the $250 million-budgeted 007 adventure to $798 million (above Mission: Impossible – Fallout’s $792 million cume which included $136 million from China)."


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