Old fans will get a kick out of it. Everyone else will be like whatever.
I think that there probably aren't enough showings/theatres to make $300 million possible for any movie.
"What went wrong?"
Is it going to eclipse the old SmashDojo threads though?It's going to eclipse the Smash thread phenomenon on Gaming side after that last Direct.
Going to last longer, too.
These are the worst, and based on the predictions thread, there will be a lot of theseJust wait for that "Only $235M? Weren't industry experts expecting $300M first weekend? What went wrong?"
Oh it'll happen.I'll be optimistic and say that wouldn't happen if it made that much.
There will be fireworksYou know while I don't t think it will unseat avatar I kind of also want it to just so I can watch the fireworks.
I'd say it depends on how much it opens and how much it does by its 3rd weekend.Kswiston, how long until we'll know if it's going to pass Titanic?
Deadline's gonna be going crazy this weekend. They already have a full coverage section.
Kswiston, how long until we'll know if it's going to pass Titanic?
Welcome to hell, k-swiss
If it makes you feel better, South Korea's first day gross for The Force Awakens had to settle for #2 behind the second day gross of The Himalayas (at least in admissions).
Nothing will make me feel better
Life is meaningless
The only joy I will receive in life will be the end of it
Why don't you throw some oreos on the ground and eat the oreos off the ground like a fucking animal you piece of shit.
(from your friends at the Food Netwerk)
As a side note, Peanuts is getting a re-release here in Mexico on December 25th because... well most people don't even know the characters by the Peanuts name.
If it makes you feel better, South Korea's first day gross for The Force Awakens had to settle for #2 behind the second day gross of The Himalayas (at least in admissions). Hong Kong is coming in lower than expected as well.
China doesn't always follow the box office pattern of those two, but they are typically a decent predictor. I think that people need to reign in their expectations in China.
So someone on the Box Office Theory threads posted a link to an old Box Office Mojo article and pretty much every one of those Wednesday international openings for The Force Awakens was under Deathly Hallows Pt 2 (also a Wed opening overseas) in US dollars. Holidays will extend legs, but I am not seeing anything that remotely points towards $2B overseas yet. Harry Potter finished with $960M ($900M outside of China, which is still higher than anything other than Titanic and Avatar).