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Nope, WB spent 190M making it. But they got 85M rebate from AU. It is doing more than 300M WW.

 

:lol: The old 105 figure. Rumour was that it was much higher than that. It's doing well for a movie like this but it's not making money, still. It's such a shame. 

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:lol: The old 105 figure. Rumour was that it was much higher than that. It's doing well for a movie like this but it's not making money, still. It's such a shame. 

 

Shame what? It`s perceived y as a bone fide hit by the industry. Perception trumps numbers. It always have.

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    [*]Warner Bros Pictures International reported that Cannes opener The Great Gatsby brought in a further $24.4m from approximately 7,720 screens in 50 territories to reach $85.6m and an even $200m worldwide.

Russia has generated $11.9m after two weekends, the UK $12.9m, France $10m, Germany $8.2m, Italy $7.1m, South Korea $7m, Spain $3.7m and Holland on $1.7m. Gatsbyplaced number two in all of these territories except the UK and France where ranks were not provided. The drama arrives in Australia on May 30, Mexico on May 31, Brazil on Jun 7 and Japan on Jun 14.

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:lol: The old 105 figure. Rumour was that it was much higher than that. It's doing well for a movie like this but it's not making money, still. It's such a shame. 

It was much higher than that, but then they got the $85 million rebate. $300 million+ on a $105 million production cost puts WB in a decent spot.

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It was much higher than that, but then they got the $85 million rebate. $300 million+ on a $105 million production cost puts WB in a decent spot.

 

I think you misunderstood me. I know that the "official" number is that they spent $190 million and got $85 million in rebates, for an actual expenditure of $105 million. However, the rumour is that the $105 million figure isn't true and the actual figure was something closer to $150 million after rebates were considered. 

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