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post #31251 of 34588
I have a bat symbol tattoo and I put ketchup on hot dogs!

I haven't seen Suicide Squad yet because it doesn't sound very good.
post #31252 of 34588
What were the daily totals of BvS versus SS?
post #31253 of 34588
BvSvSS??
post #31254 of 34588
http://deadline.com/2016/08/suicide-squad-international-box-office-global-results-1201801860/

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.
post #31255 of 34588
good for them!
post #31256 of 34588

Scraping the BOTTOM of the barrel, you're so cute, Hollywood!

post #31257 of 34588

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.

post #31258 of 34588

Dammit, Hot Dogs are one of the few acceptable places to put Ketchup ya heathens.

Mustard is still better though...

post #31259 of 34588
That's the frustrating thing about all this. Everything BUT superheroes tanked. Good or bad, all the cape films did great. The only exception is X Men, and I kinda think they'll keep making those anyway. Maybe with Deadpool in tow.

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?
post #31260 of 34588
I forget which Dirty Harry movie has him yelling at a guy for putting ketchup on a hot dog, but it happens in one of them.

Then he kills a bunch of people.
post #31261 of 34588
Ketchup on a hot dog is just the grossest.

..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!

Not...wieners!

Anyway....MOVIES.

Suicide Squad is depressingly bad..
post #31262 of 34588

So anyway, how do we think Sausage Party will do?

post #31263 of 34588
$800M is the floor.
post #31264 of 34588
Sausage Fest will likely do well.


Anyone who doesn't like a dollop of ketchup on a hot dog or burger (with cheese) is clearly a communist. Fraid.
post #31265 of 34588
Burger/cheese/ketchup is fine. But if not liking ketchup on a hot dog makes me a communist then I throw myself on the mercy of the court Senator McCarthy!
post #31266 of 34588
UNAMERICAN!!!
post #31267 of 34588

Mr. Noman, as long as you recognise that mustard is the superior condiment in every way we will be willing to let the charges drop.

post #31268 of 34588
Mustard and jalapeños is the only way to go..
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post #31270 of 34588

How are we vibing with onions?

post #31271 of 34588
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How are we vibing with onions?


They're fine as long as you tie one to your belt, as is the style at the time.

post #31272 of 34588
I hate ketchup.

And mustard.

Basically, I eat hot dogs plain.
post #31273 of 34588

You sick, sick psychopath.  

post #31274 of 34588
Nothing beats waking up to CHUD's new depths of hate: from Scarlett Johansson to Darren Aronofsky to, finally, ketchup and mustard.
post #31275 of 34588
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Originally Posted by Freeman View Post
 

How are we vibing with onions?

 

Onions are the fucking best and go with everything. This should not be an issue.

post #31276 of 34588
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Originally Posted by Mr. Stockslivevan View Post

I hate ketchup.

And mustard.

Basically, I eat hot dogs plain.

 

You sound like some sort of Bond villain.

post #31277 of 34588
Will Smith is probably doing alot to help SS financially. That's one thing that was easy to overlook since it's an ensemble. But that should actually worry WB since none of their upcoming DC films have that kind of star power.
post #31278 of 34588
I wonder how much of that cast ends up in the solo Batman film. I wonder what the contracts look like. Probably a bit easier to secure Adewale Akinnouye-Agbaje than Will Smith for a supporting role.
post #31279 of 34588

If it's most of Bats rogue's gallery there's lots of allstar villains you need to use before you get to D lister Deadshot.  Croc is B or C list and ahead of him.  

post #31280 of 34588
Well, not if Will Smith is playing him, you silly billy!
post #31281 of 34588
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Originally Posted by Freeman View Post

You sick, sick psychopath.  

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post #31282 of 34588
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Originally Posted by Bradito View Post

I forget which Dirty Harry movie has him yelling at a guy for putting ketchup on a hot dog, but it happens in one of them.

Then he kills a bunch of people.

Sudden Impact

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.
post #31283 of 34588
Not now with Will Smith. He's the MVP of the movie and they definitely set it up for him to have an eventual showdown with Batman. At the very least, Smith might make a cameo.
post #31284 of 34588

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.

post #31285 of 34588

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.

post #31286 of 34588
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Originally Posted by Judas Booth View Post

you guys and your hot dog talk.  Everyone knows that you need to put chili and cheese on it, not that ketchup/mustard crap.

With beans.
post #31287 of 34588
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Originally Posted by Mr. Stockslivevan View Post


With beans.

 

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

post #31288 of 34588
Chili cheese and onion (with a bit of mustard!) is fine. It just ceases to be a hot dog then. Whole different beast. I can take or leave the frijoles. And the franks MUST be grilled. My mother used to boil hot dogs. Fuck. I think I was adopted.

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..
post #31289 of 34588
SAUSAGE PARTY looks amazing.

And delicious.
post #31290 of 34588

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. 

post #31291 of 34588
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Originally Posted by Mr. Stockslivevan View Post

SAUSAGE PARTY looks amazing.

And delicious.

With ketchup!
post #31292 of 34588
Commie!
post #31293 of 34588
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Originally Posted by Judas Booth View Post
 

 

- shitload of relish

 

Dill or sweet relish?  This is an ongoing debate in my house.  I'm pro-sweet, Mrs. Murdoch is strictly in the dill camp.

post #31294 of 34588
I approve sweet relish..
post #31295 of 34588
No relish for me.
post #31296 of 34588
Stocks prefers to dry-dog it..
post #31297 of 34588
I've yet to try mayo on hot dogs, so I might find a simple condiment for once that isn't chili beans and cheese.
post #31298 of 34588
The ketchup thing grosses me out but I can at least understand it I guess. But mayo? That'd mos def red flag you as a serial killer. That's some sick shit. Hell, go for BBQ sauce before that!
post #31299 of 34588
I put it on all my burgers and sandwiches.

Eat it.
post #31300 of 34588
The fuck is going on in here!?
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