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CocomoLSU
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re: Anyone else think we're about to enter a cinematic dark age?

It certainly didn't "bomb spectacularly."


OMLandshark
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It certainly didn't "bomb spectacularly."



I agree. Tops it lost 10 million, if that.


Tim Taylor
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re: Anyone else think we're about to enter a cinematic dark age?
Let's just say that production costs combined with marketing and all, the studio dropped $250 million into the movie. It brought in $310 million. Studios only get about 60% of the box office receipts. That's about $186 million. Let's go with $190 million. That's a $60 million loss right there.

Movie didn't have a star and had the worst possible release date.


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JabarkusRussell
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Jerry Rice of the art


You mean the Randy Moss of art.


JBM210
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re: Anyone else think we're about to enter a cinematic dark age?
You couldn't pay me to go a theatre these days. So Yeah


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