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Captain Marvel | 8 MARCH 2019 | 5th most profitable movie of 2019.

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So, today finally the digital version 'arrived' in my country (disc versions at 18 July), this was my first pre-ordered digital movie purchase (I also ordered the 4k Blu-Ray version)

 

My question:

has anyone here seen the extended scene with Yon-Rogg / Jude Law standing before the Supreme Intelligence (in addition: psychol. interesting titbit about who he actually sees btw)

 

In my POV totally changed his character, motives, and reactions incl in the last scene with him in the movie.

 

It's rather 'wedged' in my brain now, what do you (who has seen it) think?

 

There is a 2nd scene with him that was way less ~ changing/impacting, but to a small degree still interesting per it shows how early on the Krees get indoctrinated

 

Coulson's extra scene I liked for the fun of it but I can understand why they chose it to reach e.g. a certain running time.

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Aaaaand just saw this:

 

Captain Marvel has ended its domestic run with a final total gross of $426,829,839.

 

Last update at BOM is per 2 July for dom and for OS 30 June

 

Total Lifetime Grosses
Domestic:  $426,820,960    37.8%
Foreign:  $701,437,370    62.2%

Worldwide:  $1,128,258,330  

 

= in a week or so we might get the updated finals (dom earlier, OS maybe Monday or later....)

 

Captain Marvel is (and was at least a few weeks back) #1 in Sci-Fi at itunes, if that is for interest for someone else (no idea how big itunes for movies even is, especially how big for Disney in general, see amazon US not really offering Disney movies as hard discs beside a couple of weeks or so = might have an impact on digital sales per amazon as well?)

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“Only Happy When it Rains” was 25 years ago. That’s ducking nuts. 

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2 hours ago, DeeCee said:

“Only Happy When it Rains” was 25 years ago. That’s ducking nuts. 

time flies?

 

Before living here I never lived at one place for a long time for not-to-me-personally-based-reasons. Here I live since ~ 22years, it feels sometimes only like 10 years, and sometimes like more than a lifetime.

 

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THE BOTTOM LINE

China led Captain Marvel‘s offshore ticket sales with $154M, but only 25% of that comes back to Disney’s bank account. UK and South Korea were the second and third best overseas territories respectively at $51.8M and $43M culminating in a global B.O. of $1.128 billion. This translated into global revenues including theatrical rentals (45% of the worldwide box office) of $505M, home entertainment monies of $156M and TV revenues of $204M due to Disney’s great output deals for a total of $865M. Disney gives out box office bonuses instead of a percent of profits after cash breakeven and star Brie Larson, and directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck shared in $25M worth of participations. Against $451M global costs, Captain Marvel flew away with a net profit of $414M, under Infinity War‘s half billion in Deadline’s 2018 tournament, but defeating Wonder Woman’s blank ink of $252.9M by 64%.

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Wow.. More than 400m profit is insane. 

 

Aquaman profit was around 260m. This movie did insane business both theatrical and in ancillaries. 

 

This is much more than even SM2 profit. 

No wonder Captain Marvel 2 is priority. 

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8 minutes ago, cax16 said:

Disney gives out box office bonuses instead of a percent of profits after cash breakeven and star Brie Larson, and directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck shared in $25M worth of participations

After what they said about Aladdin and their track record, I am really not sure if they would be right, but if those participation numbers from Disney would be true, that would be a game changer for them and would point to a big advantage to have less competition for paying talent and the franchise power.

 

If feel like a fill in numbers, for example:

Participations of $25M were mostly collected by Ritchie and Smith

 

Can you imagine a billion dollar movies with Dan Lin, Ritchie, Will Smith giving away 5% of is box office rental.......

 

It would have been $200M in bonus not so long ago.

 

 

 

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Posted (edited)

I believe that 1.92 ROI ties BP for best in the MCU (by deadline estimates, which are imperfect).

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1 hour ago, Arendelle Legion said:

I believe that 1.92 ROI ties BP for best in the MCU (by deadline estimates, which are imperfect).

Well, not anymore

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Did these figures take into account all the tickets Disney bought to prop this flop up?

 

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