I don’t expect them to be 100% faithful, but it honestly isn’t that hard to be more faithful than the Fox X-Men movies were. Imo I don’t really see a reality where the X-men are less faithful than they were in the Fox movies, but we’ll see in good time
Late-reply but when I think a "bomb", I think of something that loses a large amount of money. To me, for it to be a bomb it would have to make less than 350m (if we go off the reported 200M budget) whereas anything between 350-400 WW would be just a disappointment. Idk, I really think China is going to save this movie similar to Venom.
I should't use the word "bomb" since it's so loaded. Let's just say that I think people are going to talk about how bad the BO performance was for a while. I really think that the stink of the last movie plus knowing the world involved is over will kill it.Late-reply but when I think a "bomb", I think of something that loses a large amount of money. To me, for it to be a bomb it would have to make less than 350m (if we go off the reported 200M budget) whereas anything between 350-400 WW would be just a disappointment. Idk, I really think China is going to save this movie similar to Venom.
Gotcha, it's certainly going to be interesting. For all its faults, i'm going to miss this version of the X-men since it was my first real introduction to superheroes as a kid.
I was an X-Men fan since my tweens and when these movies hit, even with flaws, I was over the moon. X1 was so-so, but X2 remains one of my favorite superhero movies.
I missed the train on responding to this tangent, but I agree with this and your last few posts. I do wish we had gotten that X—23 follow up, Gambit, Alpha Flight, etc. It’s a shame because we very likely won’t if not for a long time, and not in the tones that Fox might have done. Obviously the overall quality of the films will go up as a result.I was an X-Men fan since my tweens and when these movies hit, even with flaws, I was over the moon. X1 was so-so, but X2 remains one of my favorite superhero movies.
Some of the movies have been absolutely horrible, but there have also been great ones. I will certainly miss this world. I personally don't think the benefits of being in the MCU universe outweigh the benefits of being off on their own. But I cannot argue that Marvel Studios will hold them to a higher standard of quality.
Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/scottmendelson/2019/05/15/avengers-endgame-infinity-war-box-office-captain-america-iron-man-thor-black-panther-ant-man/#6d119b9e2ccfWalt Disney and Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame, which for the record is one of the biggest movies of all time (an important caveat when discussing the minutia of its grosses), earned around $5.723 million yesterday. That’s a decent-enough jump of 22% from its $4.7 million Monday and a drop of 54% from last Tuesday. That’s actually below the $6.258 million “third Tuesday” or “day 19” gross of Black Panther and the $6.009 million day-19/third Tuesday gross of Avengers: Infinity War.
But when will we get blessed with more acting like her Oscar caliber performance in Furious 7?
Don’t think any studio has it yet. But Warner Bros is adapting Miranda’s other musical In The Heights next year so I’m assuming they’d be the front runners for Hamilton if it’s a success.
I truly don’t know. Once Disney let’s Marvel Studios use the holiday season date? Honestly, it might not be that hard five years from now. I doubt either A2 or the new SW trilogies are the ones doing it tho.
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