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Re: 2017-18 Full Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Chienfantome » February 27th, 2018, 4:39 am

What a climb from Spectre. Damn.He's really the man to beat now. He's still got Death Wish, Rampage... Damn. I'll leave him the 3rd place, but I fully intend to catch Six and Geezer back later. Spectre though, I don't know if that will be possible...
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Re: 2017-18 Full Year Slates (Division A)

Postby SuperShaan » March 3rd, 2018, 1:12 pm

The Star!? What was I thinking :?

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Re: 2017-18 Full Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Shrykespeare » March 5th, 2018, 8:04 pm

Eight weeks to go. Holy shit, this is getting EXCITING! I have added every film from now till the end of the season below.

STANDINGS (WEEK 44/52)

1. Geezer - $1,257,226,447 (3 films - Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Fifty Shades Freed, Peter Rabbit; 10 finished)
2. Six - $1,216,800,296 (5 films - The Florida Project, Lady Bird, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, All the Money in the World, The Commuter; 9 finished)
3. Spectre - $1,092,714,442 (7 films - Ferdinand, Proud Mary, Den of Thieves, The 15:17 to Paris, Black Panther, Samson, Death Wish; 5 finished)
4. Chien - $1,077,797,144 (4 films - Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Molly's Game, Paddington 2, 12 Strong; 7 finished)
5. aquamann - $859,990,912 (6 films - Thor: Ragnarok, I Tonya. Winchester, Early Man, Game Night, Annihilation; 5 finished)
6. Shaan - $726,101,880 (2 films - The Shape of Water, The Disaster Artist; 10 finished)
7. W - $715,798,417 (0 films - 9 finished)
8. Walleye - $686,692,412 (5 films - Wonder, Coco, The Greatest Showman, Hostiles, Maze Runner: The Death Cure; 6 finished)
9. UDM - $668,441,060 (3 films - Darkest Hour, Call Me By Your Name, Pitch Perfect 3; 7 finished)
10. JohnErle - $562,065,592 (3 films - Justice League, The Post, Phantom Thread; 7 finished)



The following films would appear to be done:

Insidious: The Last Key (aquamann, 11th round) = $67,347,895



3/9:
A Wrinkle in Time (Walleye, 2nd round)
Strangers: Prey at Night (Geezer, 16th round)
The Hurricane Heist (Chien, WW)
Gringo (UDM, WW)
Thoroughbreds (UDM, WW)



3/16:
Tomb Raider (W, 4th round)
Love, Simon (JohnErle, 13th round)
I Can Only Imagine (Walleye, WW)
7 Days in Entebbe (aquamann, WW)



3/23:
Pacific Rim Uprising (Chien, 4th round)
Sherlock Gnomes (aquamann, 5th round)
Isle of Dogs (JohnErle, 12th round)
Midnight Sun (Chien, 14th round)



3/30:
Ready Player One (Chien, 2nd round)
Acrimony (aquamann, WW)
Paul, Apostle of Christ (W, WW)
God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness (W, WW)



4/6:
Blockers (Six, 7th round)
A Quiet Place (JohnErle, 14th round)
Chappaquiddick (Walleye, WW)
You Were Never Really Here (aquamann, WW)
Lean on Pete (Chien, WW)



4/13:
Rampage (Spectre, 7th round)
Overboard (Six, WW)
Truth or Dare (UDM, WW)
Borg/McEnroe (W, WW)
Beirut (UDM, WW)
The Miracle Season (UDM, WW)



4/20:
Super Troopers 2 (W, 15th round)
I Feel Pretty (aquamann, WW)
Tully (JohnErle, WW)
Dolphins (Six, WW)
Duck Duck Goose (Spectre, WW)



4/27:
Avengers: Infinity War (Shaan, WW)
Traffik (Spectre, WW)
Animal Crackers (Shaan, WW)
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Re: 2017-18 Full Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Spectre » March 5th, 2018, 8:22 pm

As much as I’d take every dollar I can get at this point, I don’t own Lean on Pete, that one is Chien’s.

I did just get an extra week of Rampage though :twisted:
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Re: 2017-18 Full Year Slates (Division A)

Postby W » March 5th, 2018, 9:31 pm

I have Tomb Raider in this league.
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Re: 2017-18 Full Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Chienfantome » March 6th, 2018, 4:50 am

Alright, lead the way, Spectre, I'll follow you. I'm glad I still got my #4 and #2 films set to open, plus a trio of small films that will add a bit.
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Re: 2017-18 Full Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Shrykespeare » March 6th, 2018, 9:29 am

Spectre wrote:I did just get an extra week of Rampage though :twisted:


The way this year is shaping up, that one week might make all the difference. That and how well RPO opens and holds.
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Re: 2017-18 Full Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Spectre » March 6th, 2018, 11:46 am

I still think Chien is in the driver's seat unless Ready Player One flops. Either way, it should be a really exciting finish
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Re: 2017-18 Full Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Shrykespeare » March 12th, 2018, 7:50 pm

STANDINGS (WEEK 45/52)

1. Geezer - $1,280,056,258 (4 films - Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Fifty Shades Freed, Peter Rabbit, Strangers: Prey at Night; 10 finished)
2. Six - $1,218,603,347 (5 films - The Florida Project, Lady Bird, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, All the Money in the World, The Commuter; 9 finished)
3. Spectre - $1,165,005,198 (6 films - Ferdinand, Den of Thieves, The 15:17 to Paris, Black Panther, Samson, Death Wish; 5 finished)
4. Chien - $1,085,371,003 (4 films - Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Paddington 2, 12 Strong, The Hurricane Heist; 8 finished)
5. aquamann - $878,662,026 (6 films - Thor: Ragnarok, I Tonya. Winchester, Early Man, Game Night, Annihilation; 5 finished)
6. Shaan - $729,590,114 (1 film - The Shape of Water; 11 finished)
7. Walleye - $724,485,317 (6 films - Wonder, Coco, The Greatest Showman, Hostiles, Maze Runner: The Death Cure, A Wrinkle in Time; 6 finished)
8. W - $715,798,417 (0 films - 9 finished)
9. UDM - $673,493,810 (4 films - Darkest Hour, Call Me By Your Name, Gringo, Thoroughbreds; 8 finished)
10. JohnErle - $578,045,183 (3 films - Justice League, The Post, Phantom Thread; 7 finished)



The following films would appear to be done:

Pitch Perfect 3 (UDM, 2nd round) = $104,897,530
Molly's Game (Chien, 11th round) = $28,780,744
The Disaster Artist (Shaan, 11th round) = $21,120,616
Proud Mary (Spectre, 11th round) = $20,868,638




3/16:
Tomb Raider (W, 4th round)
Love, Simon (JohnErle, 13th round)
I Can Only Imagine (Walleye, WW)
7 Days in Entebbe (aquamann, WW)



3/23:
Pacific Rim Uprising (Chien, 4th round)
Sherlock Gnomes (aquamann, 5th round)
Isle of Dogs (JohnErle, 12th round)
Midnight Sun (Chien, 14th round)



3/30:
Ready Player One (Chien, 2nd round)
Acrimony (aquamann, WW)
Paul, Apostle of Christ (W, WW)
God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness (W, WW)
Finding Your Feet (Six, WW)



4/6:
Blockers (Six, 7th round)
A Quiet Place (JohnErle, 14th round)
Chappaquiddick (Walleye, WW)
The Miracle Season (UDM, WW)
You Were Never Really Here (aquamann, WW)
Lean on Pete (Chien, WW)



4/13:
Rampage (Spectre, 7th round)
Truth or Dare (UDM, WW)
Borg/McEnroe (W, WW)
Beirut (UDM, WW)



4/20:
Super Troopers 2 (W, 15th round)
I Feel Pretty (aquamann, WW)
Traffik (Spectre, WW)
Dolphins (Six, WW)
Duck Duck Goose (Spectre, WW)



4/27:
Avengers: Infinity War (Shaan, WW)
Animal Crackers (Shaan, WW)
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Re: 2017-18 Full Year Slates (Division A)

Postby numbersix » March 13th, 2018, 5:19 am

So I don't think Spectre has enough to beat me, unless Blockers is a total bomb. But top spot is between Chien and Geezer for sure. Chien should be good for about 200m (although that low 30s prediction for Ready Player One was surprising), so it's gonna be tight between the two. It may all be down to Lean on Pete ;)
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Re: 2017-18 Full Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Buscemi2 » March 13th, 2018, 6:15 am

Critics are liking Blockers thus far, so it shouldn't bomb. Audiences will probably want to see John Cena chug a beer anally.
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Re: 2017-18 Full Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Chienfantome » March 13th, 2018, 7:44 am

numbersix wrote:So I don't think Spectre has enough to beat me, unless Blockers is a total bomb. But top spot is between Chien and Geezer for sure. Chien should be good for about 200m (although that low 30s prediction for Ready Player One was surprising), so it's gonna be tight between the two. It may all be down to Lean on Pete


I don't know about Spectre. Black Panther still has at least $70M to bring him, and he's got Rampage which should also be good for at least $60M, if you add the remains of Death Wish, Traffik and all, I can see Spectre bringing another $150M to his total, which would put him around 1,315 billion. So you're gonna need $100M out of Blockers and Dolphin to remain ahead of him.

Geezer needs more than $35M out of Strangers, Peter Rabbit and Fifty Shades. It's gonna be close.

And so I need more than $230M out of Pacific Rim, Midnight Sun, Lean on Pete and Ready Player One. If I can get around $70M out of the first 3 and what's left in Jumanji and Hurricane Heist, it means I need at least $160M out of Ready Player One. Tracking is a bit low for that, but the word of mouth out of the SXSW screening and first press screenings is amazing, it might do it.

I think all in all it's all gonna be really close between the four of us, and it's gonna be the tightest finish ever in the yearly draft game.
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Re: 2017-18 Full Year Slates (Division A)

Postby numbersix » March 13th, 2018, 7:54 am

Ah, missed Spectre having Rampage. Damn, I'm going to miss the podium. For next year I'm going to adopt the strategy of the Russians and cheat, cheat, cheat.
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Re: 2017-18 Full Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Chienfantome » March 13th, 2018, 10:05 am

Wait a minute, are you insinuating that someone is cheating here with the help of the Russians ?
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Re: 2017-18 Full Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Shrykespeare » March 19th, 2018, 7:40 pm

STANDINGS (WEEK 46/52)

1. Geezer - $1,298,717,868 (4 films - Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Fifty Shades Freed, Peter Rabbit, Strangers: Prey at Night; 10 finished)
2. Six - $1,219,368,186 (4 films - The Florida Project, Lady Bird, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, All the Money in the World; 10 finished)
3. Spectre - $1,215,103,616 (6 films - Ferdinand, Den of Thieves, The 15:17 to Paris, Black Panther, Samson, Death Wish; 5 finished)
4. Chien - $1,090,923,321 (3 films - Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, 12 Strong, The Hurricane Heist; 9 finished)
5. aquamann - $893,361,457 (6 films - I Tonya. Winchester, Early Man, Game Night, Annihilation, 7 Days in Entebbe; 6 finished)
6. Walleye - $772,214,326 (8 films - Wonder, Coco, The Greatest Showman, Hostiles, Maze Runner: The Death Cure, Every Day, A Wrinkle in Time, I Can Only Imagine; 6 finished)
7. W - $739,431,734 (1 film - Tomb Raider; 9 finished)
8. Shaan - $731,331,566 (1 film - The Shape of Water; 11 finished)
9. UDM - $676,862,266 (4 films - Darkest Hour, Call Me By Your Name, Gringo, Thoroughbreds; 8 finished)
10. JohnErle - $598,455,761 (3 films - The Post, Phantom Thread, Love Simon; 8 finished)



The following films would appear to be done:

Thor: Ragnarok (aquamann, 1st round) = $315,058,289
Justice League (JohnErle, 1st round) = $229,024,295
Paddington 2 (Chien, 9th round) = $40,442,052
The Commuter (Six, 9th round) = $36,343,848





3/23:
Pacific Rim Uprising (Chien, 4th round)
Sherlock Gnomes (aquamann, 5th round)
Isle of Dogs (JohnErle, 12th round)
Midnight Sun (Chien, 14th round)
Paul, Apostle of Christ (W, WW)



3/30:
Ready Player One (Chien, 2nd round)
Acrimony (aquamann, WW)
God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness (W, WW)
Finding Your Feet (Six, WW)



4/6:
Blockers (Six, 7th round)
A Quiet Place (JohnErle, 14th round)
Chappaquiddick (Walleye, WW)
The Miracle Season (UDM, WW)
You Were Never Really Here (aquamann, WW)
Lean on Pete (Chien, WW)



4/13:
Rampage (Spectre, 7th round)
Truth or Dare (UDM, WW)
Borg/McEnroe (W, WW)
Beirut (UDM, WW)



4/20:
Super Troopers 2 (W, 15th round)
I Feel Pretty (aquamann, WW)
Traffik (Spectre, WW)
Dolphins (Six, WW)
Duck Duck Goose (Spectre, WW)



4/27:
Avengers: Infinity War (Shaan, WW)
Animal Crackers (Shaan, WW)
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