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Imagine thinking Thor Love and Thunder was gonna easily pass 1 billion, especially in its first 2 weeks?🤣 Wtf are y’all talking about. We officially enter the delusional age where every Marvel film is suppose to clear 1 billion??? What expectations are y’all talking about. Comparing a Fourth install of Thor to Endgame :rip:

can’t y’all just accept the fact that this is outperforming its competitors and it’s own Previous Films. The Marvel Success really got y’all going insane. 

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1 hour ago, Gorjesspazze9 said:

Imagine thinking Thor Love and Thunder was gonna easily pass 1 billion, especially in its first 2 weeks?🤣 Wtf are y’all talking about. We officially enter the delusional age where every Marvel film is suppose to clear 1 billion??? What expectations are y’all talking about. Comparing a Fourth install of Thor to Endgame :rip:

can’t y’all just accept the fact that this is outperforming its competitors and it’s own Previous Films. The Marvel Success really got y’all going insane. 

Who said anything about passing in its first two weeks? I'm talking about the final total gross. Nobody said a word about "every Marvel film needing to cross 1B". These past two films were marquee MCU features that had prerelase expectations obviously higher than the likes of Eternals, Shang-Chi, etc. Two key Avengers returning to their respective solo films after Endgame grossed nearly $3B. You need to read again because I'm also not comparing them to Endgame either. You're so worked up that you're not even comprehending what's being discussed.. 

 

Love and Thunder has already written its trajectory and it's range of $700-800M is not an increase from Ragnarok. Look at the CinemaScores, like its objectively a bit divisive and if you actually knew anything about box office runs you would realize that dropping to $8M opening Thursday after a near $150M opening weekend is not good. 

 

Like, chill. Ya'll start freaking out if anyone doesn't sing the praises of the MCU. I'm gonna stop giving numbers/analysis on these films because it's so irritating getting in arguments over objective numbers/data with fragile stans. 

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2 hours ago, Donquizote said:

Yes, it's a disappointment after a huge hype for this movie.

Literally WHERE? :skull:

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30 minutes ago, BNF91 said:

Who said anything about passing in its first two weeks? I'm talking about the final total gross. Nobody said a word about "every Marvel film needing to cross 1B". These past two films were marquee MCU features that had prerelase expectations obviously higher than the likes of Eternals, Shang-Chi, etc. Two key Avengers returning to their respective solo films after Endgame grossed nearly $3B. You need to read again because I'm also not comparing them to Endgame either. You're so worked up that you're not even comprehending what's being discussed.. 

 

Love and Thunder has already written its trajectory and it's range of $700-800M is not an increase from Ragnarok. Look at the CinemaScores, like its objectively a bit divisive and if you actually knew anything about box office runs you would realize that dropping to $8M opening Thursday after a near $150M opening weekend is not good. 

 

Like, chill. Ya'll start freaking out if anyone doesn't sing the praises of the MCU. I'm gonna stop giving numbers/analysis on these films because it's so irritating getting in arguments over objective numbers/data with fragile stans. 

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And yet still the #1 movie today

Jumped up to #8 Top Grossing films of 2022.😂the way y’all always lose. 

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This was abysmal... It should have Eternals' RT score.

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That was really awful. Didn't laugh to any jokes they made there. The storyline was boring. The fight scenes were lame. Chris Hemsworth lost his hotness. 

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And that child he adopted was annoying af. And the thunderbolt weapon was pretty uneventful. 

Worst MCU movie to date.

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37 minutes ago, Jude said:

That was really awful. Didn't laugh to any jokes they made there. The storyline was boring. The fight scenes were lame. Chris Hemsworth lost his hotness. 

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And that child he adopted was annoying af. And the thunderbolt weapon was pretty uneventful. 

Worst MCU movie to date.

Only joke I thought was funny was Korg having a baby with Dwayne (the rock) at the end, I-

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The movie itself was a choice…..:rip:

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I know everybody said this about MoM but this movie was also camp, there were some awful moments like, but also some great ones like:

  • The scene where they fight in only black and white
  • When Gorr is talking to Valkyrie about how the gods also failed her and how she lost all her sisters (the valkyries) and she sheds a tear:monkey:
  • The scene when Jane first drops the Mjölnir and you can see her deteriorating state :dancehall:
  • When Jane breaks the necrosword
  • Jane passing away
  • The Gorr scene with Eternity, the visuals were on point
  • Zeus and Hercules in the first post credits scene

That said there were also some main issues like too much humor, Valkyrie is kinda wasted here, Taika keeps making Thor have this dumb kid personality, it was too short, Korg is annoying, the ******* screaming goats were annoying, Gorr needed more screen time, the VFX were questionable at points, overall it was cornier than Ragnarok but the fighting sequences and action weren’t  as good as in it, expect Jane’s, she totally stole the movie

Gorr’s daughter was meh, and the kids, specially Heimdalls son, were annoying and corny :deadbanana2:

Overall I’d give 68/100, I hope that the re watches get better :celestial5:

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Thor Moves up as the #7 Top grossing film of the year, before it’s 2nd weekend ends. 

Seems like the B cinema score and “Bad Legs” hasn’t effect it from breaking even and making pure profit. 

 

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Also,

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I can't help but to awfully cringe during the fight scenes between the kids and the shadow monsters. Like wtf was that? One of the worst scenes in film history. 

 

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This is a horrible drop and there is no way to spin this to be good, the word of mouth is catching up to it... I don't see it crossing 800m.

MCU second weekend domestic drops: 

- 44.7% Black Panther - 111m
- 47.2% Thor - 34m

- 48.1% Iron Man - 51m
- 49.5% Doctor Strange - 42m
- 50.3% The Avengers - 103m
- 51% Spider-Man: Far From Home - 45m 
- 53.5% Thor: Ragnarok - 57m
- 54% Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings - 34m 
- 55.3% Guardians of the Galaxy - 42m
- 55.5% Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 - 65m
- 55.5% Avengers: Infinity War - 114m
- 55.7% Captain Marvel - 67m
- 56.5% Ant-Man - 24m
- 56.6% Captain America: The Winter Soldier - 41m
- 57.3% Thor: The Dark World - 36m
- 57.7% Avengers: Endgame - 147m
- 58.4% Iron Man 3 - 72m
- 59.4% Iron Man 2 - 52m
- 59.4% Avengers: Age of Ultron - 77m
- 59.5% Captain America: Civil War - 72m
- 60.1% The Incredible Hulk - 22m
- 60.7% Captain America: The First Avenger - 25m
- 61.6% Ant-Man and the Wasp - 29m
- 62.2% Spider-Man: Homecoming - 44m
- 62.3% Eternals - 26m
- 64.8% Black Widow - 25m
- 67% Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness - 61m
- 67.5% Spider-Man: No Way Home - 84m
 

By gross: 

 

- 57.7% Avengers: Endgame - 147m
- 44.7% Black Panther - 111m
- 55.5% Avengers: Infinity War - 114m
- 50.3% The Avengers - 103m
- 67.5% Spider-Man: No Way Home - 84m
- 58.4% Iron Man 3 - 72m
- 59.5% Captain America: Civil War - 72m
- 59.4% Avengers: Age of Ultron - 77m
- 55.7% Captain Marvel - 67m
- 55.5% Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 - 65m
- 67% Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness - 61m
- 53.5% Thor: Ragnarok - 57m
- 59.4% Iron Man 2 - 52m
- 48.1% Iron Man - 51m
- 51% Spider-Man: Far From Home - 45m 
- 62.2% Spider-Man: Homecoming - 44m
- 55.3% Guardians of the Galaxy - 42m
- 49.5% Doctor Strange - 42m
- 56.6% Captain America: The Winter Soldier - 41m
- 57.3% Thor: The Dark World - 36m
- 47.2% Thor - 34m
- 54% Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings - 34m 
- 61.6% Ant-Man and the Wasp - 29m
- 62.3% Eternals - 26m
- 60.7% Captain America: The First Avenger - 25m
- 64.8% Black Widow - 25m
- 56.5% Ant-Man - 24m
- 60.1% The Incredible Hulk - 22m


By phase: 

 

Phase One: 

- 47.2% Thor - 34m
- 48.1% Iron Man - 51m
- 50.3% The Avengers - 103m
- 59.4% Iron Man 2 - 52m
- 60.1% The Incredible Hulk - 22m
- 60.7% Captain America: The First Avenger - 25m

Phase Two 

- 55.3% Guardians of the Galaxy - 42m
- 56.5% Ant-Man - 24m
- 56.6% Captain America: The Winter Soldier - 41m
- 57.3% Thor: The Dark World - 36m
- 58.4% Iron Man 3 - 72m
- 59.4% Avengers: Age of Ultron - 77m

Phase Three 

- 44.7% Black Panther - 111m
- 49.5% Doctor Strange - 42m
- 51% Spider-Man: Far From Home - 45m 
- 53.5% Thor: Ragnarok - 57m
- 55.5% Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 - 65m
- 55.5% Avengers: Infinity War - 114m
- 55.7% Captain Marvel - 67m
- 57.7% Avengers: Endgame - 147m
- 59.5% Captain America: Civil War - 72m
- 61.6% Ant-Man and the Wasp - 29m
- 62.2% Spider-Man: Homecoming - 44m

Phase Four 

- 54% Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings - 34m 
- 62.3% Eternals - 26m
- 64.8% Black Widow - 25m
- 67% Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness - 61m
- 67.5% Spider-Man: No Way Home - 84m

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13 hours ago, Gorjesspazze9 said:

Thor Moves up as the #7 Top grossing film of the year, before it’s 2nd weekend ends. 

Seems like the B cinema score and “Bad Legs” hasn’t effect it from breaking even and making pure profit. 

 

I'm sorry but are you seriously comparing a 250m massive franchise film with the Disney machine behind it to:

The Northman- directed by Robert Eggers who is known to make disturbing slow films :dies:, the fact that it grossed 68m on a 70m budget and being the movie that it is is pretty good
The Black Phone - a 18m child kidnapping horror film that managed to gross x6 its budget and is most definitely profitable
The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent - an action comedy starring Nicholas Cage in 2022...

all these three films have a combined budget of 118m compared to Thors 250m (not including marketing).

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10 minutes ago, mystery said:


This is a horrible drop and there is no way to spin this to be good, the word of mouth is catching up to it...

Recent MCU second weekend domestic drops: 

- 51% Spider-Man: Far From Home - 45m 
- 54% Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings - 34m 
- 55.5% Avengers: Infinity War - 114m
- 55.7% Captain Marvel - 67m
- 56.5% Ant-Man - 24m
- 57.7% Avengers: Endgame - 147m
- 61.6% Ant-Man and the Wasp - 29m
- 62.2% Spider-Man: Homecoming - 44m
- 62.3% Eternals - 26m
- 64.8% Black Widow - 25m
- 67% Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness - 61m
- 67.5% Spider-Man: No Way Home - 84m

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18 minutes ago, mystery said:


This is a horrible drop and there is no way to spin this to be good, the word of mouth is catching up to it...

Recent MCU second weekend domestic drops: 

- 51% Spider-Man: Far From Home - 45m 
- 54% Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings - 34m 
- 55.5% Avengers: Infinity War - 114m
- 55.7% Captain Marvel - 67m
- 56.5% Ant-Man - 24m
- 57.7% Avengers: Endgame - 147m
- 61.6% Ant-Man and the Wasp - 29m
- 62.2% Spider-Man: Homecoming - 44m
- 62.3% Eternals - 26m
- 64.8% Black Widow - 25m
- 67% Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness - 61m
- 67.5% Spider-Man: No Way Home - 84m

Yes there is. It’s total 60% decline, Making 13 million yesterday. It will gross half a billion by the end of the weekend. Negative Wom  hasn’t stopped it from breaking even and making pure profit. It’s negative press trying to descredit it with 80% drop headlines. Docter strange had the same thing and ended up making nearly a billion 

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1 minute ago, Gorjesspazze9 said:

Yes there is. It’s total 51% decline, Making 13 million yesterday. It will gross half a billion by the end of the weekend. Negative Wom ain’t hasn’t stopped it from breaking even and making pure profit. It’s negative press trying to descredit it with 80% drop headlines. 

It is pacing for a 68% - 70% drop not 51%, I don't know where you got that number from. It is challenging for the worst second weekend drop in the history of the MCU, if you think that is a good sign for its future gross then I don't know what to tell you. 

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1 minute ago, mystery said:

It is pacing for a 68% - 70% drop not 51%, I don't know where you got that number from. It is challenging for the worst second weekend drop in the history of the MCU, if you think that is a good sign for its future gross then I don't know what to tell you. 

Exactly not 80%. It’s bad, never said it was good. Call it frontloaded, but it’s already a success for Disney. 🤷‍♀️

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3 minutes ago, Gorjesspazze9 said:

Exactly not 80%. It’s bad, never said it was good. Call it frontloaded, but it’s already a success for Disney. 🤷‍♀️

The post that I sent is correct. It is a 80.2% drop from the previous Friday. 

1st Friday - 69.5m 
2nd Friday - 13.8m -80.2%

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Another Week as the #1 movie of the year! As Thor makes $415M in 9 days. 

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1 minute ago, mystery said:

The post that I sent is correct. It is a 80.2% drop from the previous Friday. 

1st Friday - 69.5m 
2nd Friday - 13.8m -80.2%

Yeah for Friday domestic. Not for the weekend. Witch isn’t what was stated in first comment 

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17 minutes ago, Gorjesspazze9 said:

Yeah for Friday domestic. Not for the weekend. Witch isn’t what was stated in first comment 

I'm sorry I think I lost you there???? What are you talking about? :biblio: You mentioned 51% then corrected to 60% saying it is not 80% like the tweet is saying. 

To be clear: 

the tweet clarified that Friday to Friday domestic drop is -80.2% the weekend to weekend domestic drop is projected to be - 68% to - 70%

We are talking about the domestic box office here not global weekend. Domestic numbers are being discussed because it is its biggest market and will account for more than half of its box office. 

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2 hours ago, mystery said:

I'm sorry I think I lost you there???? What are you talking about? :biblio: You mentioned 51% then corrected to 60% saying it is not 80% like the tweet is saying. 

To be clear: 

the tweet clarified that Friday to Friday domestic drop is -80.2% the weekend to weekend domestic drop is projected to be - 68% to - 70%

We are talking about the domestic box office here not global weekend. Domestic numbers are being discussed because it is its biggest market and will account for more than half of its box office. 

It's not worth it sis. Don't bother. 

 

After that worldwide plunge I think $700M might be the final total, hopefully. The OS 2nd weekend was only $60M including the France debut.. Jesus. :deadbanana4:

 

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This film will be lucky to gross 700m which makes it the first MCU film that will fail to outgross its predecessor. 

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