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I think Battleship has more of a chance of breaking out than Carter, but yeah: two big-time failures in a row could smother TK's leading man career before the summer is over.


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Again, Battleship looks expensive, dunno why you're acting so surprised.


Agreed Battleship with the latest trailers does look expensive. Plus I remember someone said earlier that shooting films over water is expensive and even though this movie will surely have city scenes I believe majority of it would have been shot over water.

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$6m CASA DE MI PADRE
$42m 21 JUMP STREET

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That's great for both the openers this weekend.

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The Hunger Games
Budget: $100 million (or closer to $80 million with tax credits)
Marketing: $45 million

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/ne ... 1753.story

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The budget is still on high end for THG but not a bad investment.

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Huh? That's a great budget for THG. I expected $100m for sure.


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Well I didn't, I thought it could have done with $75m-$80m

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Well with tax credits they did manage to keep it at $80m.

And I wonder how much did they actually spend from those $45m that they put in the marketing budget. With this kind of money I'm pretty sure they got a good discount on their ads.


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I just hope the last film in the series doesnt cost 200m +

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They have actors signed for all movies so their costs won't go up like it did with Twilight 4.1 and 4.2. They will probably keep it around $100m for movie.

But book 3 might cost them 200m+ because they are making two movies out of it.


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They have actors signed for all movies so their costs won't go up like it did with Twilight 4.1 and 4.2. They will probably keep it around $100m for movie.


The War Begins:

http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/ ... s/?a=56442

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Well they need to have a script for X-Men, which so far they don't have. And since Catching Fire is suppose to start filming in summer then I think they will manage to end filming it before X-Men will start filming.


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I don't want to spoil anything, but Mockingjay (final book) will require a bigger budget than Hunger Games and Catching Fire. Probably not $200 million big, but close to $150 million sounds right to me.

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Mockingjay will be made as 2 movies, so of course it will cost more :P


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Mockingjay will be made as 2 movies, so of course it will cost more :P

why two, the books aren't that long.

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It was originally planned to be split into two films (pure greed here with the book being less than 400 pages), but recent articles I've read suggests they may scrap that idea.

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It was originally planned to be split into two films (pure greed here with the book being less than 400 pages), but recent articles I've read suggests they may scrap that idea.

good, probably the directors prompting to scrap the idea.

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It was originally planned to be split into two films (pure greed here with the book being less than 400 pages), but recent articles I've read suggests they may scrap that idea.

good, probably the directors prompting to scrap the idea.

That's great to hear. There is absolutely no need to draw it out into two movies. Definitely my least favorite book of the three.


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^Agreed there is seriously nothing much in Mockingjay that could stretch it into two movies, but as of now officially there are 4 movies right now, I hope that they drop that stupid idea.

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Wrath of the Titans - $150 million

http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/03/29/2 ... round.html

I couldn't find any concrete number for Mirror Mirror. Wiki says $60 million (no source), and an article from a few weeks ago said $90 million.

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150m sounds about right for Wrath. Typical sequel increase.

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Wrath Of The Titans - $150M
Mirror Mirror - $85M

Link - http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/enterta ... again.html


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Mirror Mirrors a bit high but I think it will be fine. I see 200m+ WW for it.

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It speaks more to how well Lionsgate handled it, but it's remarkable that Mirror Mirror's budget is higher than Hunger Games.


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