I haven't seen Suicide Squad yet because it doesn't sound very good.
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In Brazil, Suicide Squad has passed the entire run of Guardians of the Galaxy after only six days in release there, scooping up $14.9M.
With its top offshore market so far being the U.K. with $19.7M, the supervillain pic starring Will Smith, Jared Leto and Margot Robbie salso pushed over Guardians’ entire gross run in South Korea with $12.1M after only one week in release. That country has a holiday next weekend with the celebration of its Independence Day on August 15, which might help moviegoing in the territory.
Its No. 2 offshore market is Russia ($14.2M), followed by Mexico ($13.2M), and Australia ($12.3M).
In its second weekend domestically, look for the film to hit $51M-$54M, while overseas, it’s expecting another big weekend. The film is the biggest August opener both abroad and stateside. Overseas, it’s also chalked up the second-biggest DC Comics movie opening, behind only this year’s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.
So DC probably feels a lot better about pushing for a snarkier Justice League.
I do think these expensive blockbusters will eventually catch up with the studios. Things like Ghostbusters going into the red? That's gonna take a toll.
But superheroes? They're still going as strong as ever.
Let the inundation continue. We'll be getting 12 a year before too long.
And what's this ketchup on hot dogs shit talk? That's like complaining that people like cheese on hamburgers. Wha?
..but I can't judge any of you on that alone.
Just for the record though, ketchup is only for French fries, tater tots, onion rings, hash browns and hamburgers!
Suicide Squad is depressingly bad..
THANK YOU... Even though you beat me to it.
Says it to his partner whos chompin on one while investigating one of Sandea Lockes victims in a car on a cliff.
Callahan is looking at him disgusted and you think he's goin for the:
"How dare you eat at a crime scene?" line then pulls the "How dare you put ketchup on a hotdog!" line.
That and the "Alot of things can happen to shit" line in the elevator are the two best lines in the movie.
I'd absolutely love a proper fight scene between Batfleck and Smithshot with the former dodging bullets and the latter ricocheting them in various crazy ways. Would probably love that more than anything involving Leto's Joker and Batfleck, to be honest.
you guys and your hot dog talk. Everyone knows that you need to put chili and cheese on it, not that ketchup/mustard crap.
And yeah, we're gonna see SAUSAGE PARTY tonight. I hope that the theater is full so that the communal laughter effect is present and in full force.
Those are optional for me, along with onions. The chili and the cheese are the essential ingredients.
If no chili or cheese is available, then the proper secondary option (if you MUST eat a hot dog) is
- dash of mustard
- dash of ketchup
- shitload of relish
Anyhoo....Sausage Party is an actual REAL MOVIE? I thought Hammerhead was making a joke. Sounds like something that's going for that Ted audience..
I saw Sausage Party last night. I really enjoyed it, but I don't really think it is for everyone. If it actually hits any kind of real popularity, it will inspire a million think-pieces.
Even though I had a pretty full theater, it didn't seem like the crowd was into it that much. Still, my companions and I laughed our asses off, so I suppose it still worked fine.