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2014-15 Full Year Slates (Division B)

Postby Shrykespeare » May 6th, 2014, 8:37 pm

Here are the lineups for this year. If any changes need to be made, simply PM me.


Shrykespeare
5/9 Neighbors (3) - $150,086,800
7/2 Earth to Echo (8) - $38,934,842
7/18 The Purge: Anarchy (9) - $71,562,550
7/25 Magic in the Moonlight (10) - $10,539,326
10/10 Addicted (WW) - $17,390,770
11/21 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 (1) - $337,135,885
11/26 Horrible Bosses 2 (4) - $54,445,357
12/5 The Pyramid (WW) - $2,753,312
1/23 The Boy Next Door (12) - $35,423,380
1/23 Strange Magic (WW) - $12,429,583
2/6 Jupiter Ascending (5) - $47,322,527
3/13 Run All Night (7) - $26,362,803
3/20 Do You Believe? (WW) - $12,528,727
3/27 Get Hard (2) - $83,922,270
4/17 Monkey Kingdom (16) - $10,148,952
4/24 Little Boy (WW) - $2,750,356

Total: $913,737,440 (7th place)


leestu
6/20 Jersey Boys (7) - $47,047,013
6/27 Transformers: Age of Extinction (1) - $245,439,076
8/15 The Expendables 3 (8) - $39,322,544
8/22 Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (4) - $13,757,804
10/10 Dracula Untold (8) - $55,991,880
10/10 Whiplash (14) - $13,092,000
10/10 St. Vincent (WW) - $44,137,712
10/17 The Best of Me (12) - $26,584,550
10/31 Before I Go To Sleep (WW) - $3,242,457
12/12 Exodus: Gods and Kings (2) - $65,014,513
12/25 Unbroken (5) - $115,637,895
12/31 A Most Violent Year (WW) - $5,563,824
1/23 Mortdecai (9) - $7,696,134
3/20 The Divergent Series: Insurgent (2) - $124,777,530
4/17 Child 44 (15) - $1,086,376

Total: $808,572,971 (10th place)


Buscemi
5/16 Million Dollar Arm (5) - $36,457,627
6/13 How to Train Your Dragon 2 (1) - $177,002,924
7/2 Tammy (3) - $84,525,432
7/18 Planes: Fire and Rescue (4) - $59,165,787
9/19 This Is Where I Leave You (8) - $34,296,320
9/26 The Song (WW) - $999,406
10/3 Annabelle (6) - $84,273,813
10/3 The Good Lie (15) - $2,680,539
10/31 Nightcrawler (WW) - $32,381,217
11/7 The Theory of Everything (12) - $35,893,537
12/5 Top Five (WW) - $25,317,291
12/19 Night at the Museum: The Secret of the Tomb (2) - $113,569,080
12/25 Big Eyes (10) - $14,482,031
12/25 American Sniper (13) - $348,295,276
1/16 Blackhat (9) - $7,889,395
1/30 Black or White (WW) - $21,548,294

Total: $1,078,819,639 (4th place)


numbersix
6/13 22 Jump Street (2) - $191,719,337
7/25 Sex Tape (5) - $38,543,743
9/5 The Identical (WW) - $2,827,666
11/7 Interstellar (1) - $188,020,017
11/26 The Penguins of Madagascar (3) - $83,340,274
12/25 The Interview (7) - $6,105,175
12/25 The Gambler (13) - $33,680,992
1/9 Taken 3 (4) - $89,204,731
1/23 Black Sea (WW) - $1,171,559
2/13 Kingsman: The Secret Service (6) - $126,475,263
2/13 Old Fashioned (WW) - $1,900,793
2/20 McFarland, U.S.A. (9) - $43,183,712
3/27 While We're Young (WW) - $5,699,465
4/3 Woman in Gold (WW) - $21,498,632

Total: $833,371,359 (9th place)


JohnErle
5/9 Mom's Night Out (13) - $10,429,707
6/6 Edge of Tomorrow (4) - $100,206,256
8/29 As Above, So Below (10) - $21,222,315
9/12 No Good Deed (11) - $52,543,632
9/12 The Drop (15) - $10,724,389
9/19 A Walk Among the Tombstones (9) - $26,017,685
9/26 The Equalizer (5) - $100,915,604
12/5 Wild (12) - $37,872,084
12/17 The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (1) - $255,119,788
12/25 Into the Woods (3) - $128,002,372
1/2 Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death (WW) - $26,501,323
2/6 SpongeBob: Sponge Out of Water (7) - $162,085,091
3/29 Home (2) - $153,489,719
4/10 Ex-Machina (WW) - $6,827,930
4/17 True Story (WW) - $3,807,508
4/24 Age of Adaline (WW) - $13,203,458

Total: $1,108,968,861 (2nd place)


Walleye
5/16 Godzilla (1) - $200,676,069
6/6 The Fault in Our Stars (3) - $124,872,350
6/20 Think Like a Man Too (4) - $65,182,182
6/27 Begin Again (16) - $16,170,632
8/8 Into the Storm (9) - $47,602,194
8/13 Let's Be Cops (8) - $82,390,774
10/1 Men, Women & Children (11) - $705,908
10/10 Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (7) - $66,954,149
11/7 The Homesman (15) - $2,429,989
12/25 Selma (WW) - $52,076,908
1/16 The Wedding Ringer (5) - $64,460,211
1/16 Still Alice (WW) - $18,656,400
2/20 The DUFF (WW) - $33,890,756
2/27 Focus (6) - $53,781,080
3/6 The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (10) - $32,415,405
3/13 Cinderella (2) - $190,559,996

Total: $1,052,825,003 (5th place)


Spectre
5/23 X-Men: Days of Future Past (1) - $233,921,534
7/11 Boyhood (12) - $25,363,767
8/1 Get On Up (6) - $30,569,935
8/8 Step Up All In (13) - $14,904,384
10/3 Gone Girl (3) - $167,767,189
10/3 Left Behind (15) - $14,019,924
10/10 The Judge (7) - $46,907,979
10/24 Ouija (11) - $50,856,010
10/24 John Wick (WW) - $43,037,835
11/7 Big Hero 6 (2) - $222,431,643
11/14 Dumb and Dumber To (4) - $86,208,010
12/19 Annie (5) - $85,911,262
3/6 Unfinished Business (9) - $10,219,501
4/10 The Longest Ride (8) - $30,291,700
4/17 Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 (10) - $43,224,910
4/17 Unfriended (WW) - $25,075,475

Total: $1,130,922,467 (1st place)


weissac
5/2 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (1) - $202,853,933
5/23 Blended (5) - $46,294,610
5/30 A Million Ways to Die in the West (3) - $42,720,965
6/27 Snowpiercer (9) - $4,563,650
7/25 Lucy (7) - $126,573,960
8/8 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2) - $191,204,754
8/15 The Giver (6) - $45,090,374
8/22 When the Game Stands Tall (11) - $30,127,963
8/22 If I Stay (13) - $50,474,843
8/27 The November Man (12) - $25,018,119
11/7 Rosewater (15) - $3,128,941
1/30 Project Almanac (10) - $22,348,241
2/6 Seventh Son (8) - $17,223,265
2/13 Fifty Shades of Grey (4) - $166,074,900
2/27 Maps to the Stars (WW) - $350,741

Total: $974,049,259 (6th place)


Ron Burgundy
6/13 The Rover (16) - $1,114,423
7/11 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (1) - $208,545,589
7/18 And So It Goes (10) - $15,160,801
8/1 Guardians of the Galaxy (2) - $333,176,600
8/8 The Hundred-Foot Journey (9) - $54,240,821
8/29 Ghostbusters RR (WW) - $3,580,343
9/5 Forrest Gump RR (WW) - $557,683
9/12 Dolphin Tale 2 (8) - $42,024,533
10/17 Fury (3) - $84,705,660
10/17 Birdman (11) - $42,340,598
11/14 Beyond the Lights (15) - $14,323,343
12/12 Inherent Vice (4) - $8,110,975
2/20 Hot Tub Time Machine 2 (5) - $12,314,651
3/6 Chappie (6) - $31,487,119
3/20 The Gunman (13) - $10,640,645

Total: $863,731,414 (8th place)


Brockster
5/9 Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return (9) - $8,462,027
5/30 Maleficent (1) - $241,410,378
7/2 Deliver Us From Evil (5) - $30,577,122
7/25 Hercules (3) - $72,688,614
9/19 The Maze Runner (6) - $102,427,862
9/19 Tusk (WW) - $1,826,705
9/26 The Boxtrolls (8) - $50,837,305
10/10 Kill the Messenger (12) - $2,450,846
10/17 Book of Life (4) - $50,151,543
10/24 Laggies (15) - $551,706
11/14 Foxcatcher (10) - $12,096,300
11/21 The Imitation Game (13) - $91,074,486
1/16 Paddington (7) - $75,611,904
2/27 The Lazarus Effect (11) - $25,587,650
3/27 Serena (WW) - $174,448
4/3 Furious 7 (2) - $320,081,575

Total: $1,086,010,471 (3rd place)
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Re: 2014-15 Full Year Slates (Division B)

Postby JohnErle » May 7th, 2014, 1:32 am

I didn't pick Blackbird in the 14th round. I chose Hector And The Search For Happiness.
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Re: 2014-15 Full Year Slates (Division B)

Postby numbersix » May 7th, 2014, 3:55 am

Hmmm... noticing I've a bunch of TBA picks more than most others. Might be taking a few risks too many...
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Re: 2014-15 Full Year Slates (Division B)

Postby Ron Burgundy » May 7th, 2014, 4:29 am

Yeah, but that adds yet another layer of excitement. Most of us have taken 2 or 3 TBAs, while you have gone for 5, shryke 1, brock, 0. Then you never know what may get moved to a late date, or what may be shifted to impact a current title. Im reasonably happy with my slate for this draft, even if i dont get a podium im happy, just want to avoid that dreaded wooden spoon (last)
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Re: 2014-15 Full Year Slates (Division B)

Postby numbersix » May 7th, 2014, 6:43 am

Yeah, I'm relatively happy with my slate. There's a giant question mark over Interstellar, so I'll either be crying or laughing come November. My hope is that it appeals to both Nolan fans and Gravity fans and makes over 300m. But the competition is tough over that period.

I think 22 Jump st and Penguins are both relatively safe, and good for around 150m each. Likewise Taken 3 and Sex Tape should both make $200m together. The Interview should also perform well across a dry comedy period.

The next unsure pick is The Secret Service. I'm hoping it'll fare better than Kick Ass at least, and I think Vaughn is a good director.

McFarland, Poltergeist, Friday the 13th, and Jane got A Gun will all hopefully earn 30-50m each.

Then the TBAs range for potential 50m earners to ones that may not get a wide release. Might have to dip into the waiver a bit this year.

Hoping this will all net me around 1.2 billion in total, fingers crossed.
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Re: 2014-15 Full Year Slates (Division B)

Postby Geezer » May 7th, 2014, 6:58 am

numbersix wrote:Hmmm... noticing I've a bunch of TBA picks more than most others. Might be taking a few risks too many...


Because you're the one with the imdb pro account...
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Re: 2014-15 Full Year Slates (Division B)

Postby Buscemi » May 7th, 2014, 10:52 am

Don't fail me, Oscar bait!
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Re: 2014-15 Full Year Slates (Division B)

Postby Spectre » May 7th, 2014, 11:01 am

Geezer wrote:
numbersix wrote:Hmmm... noticing I've a bunch of TBA picks more than most others. Might be taking a few risks too many...


Because you're the one with the imdb pro account...


Yeah, next time I'm going to kick off the 7 day free trial of IMDB Pro around Round 8 haha.
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Re: 2014-15 Full Year Slates (Division B)

Postby numbersix » May 7th, 2014, 11:12 am

In terms of others slates, I like the looks of Boosch (Dragon 2 will be huge, and Tammy should exceed expectations), John E (two major fantasy films playing over Xmas), and Walleye (some risky picks like Godzilla, Cinderalla, Wedding Ringer, and Focus all could surprise).

I really regret not picking up Get on Up and Unbroken, but I felt they were taken a little too early. And considering my TBAs, I probably should have aimed for Jessabelle rather than something like Trash.
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Re: 2014-15 Full Year Slates (Division B)

Postby SuperShaan » May 7th, 2014, 11:23 am

I personally have Walleye favourite with Boosch close second and then a dog fight for third between numbersix, Shryke and spectre.

I’m intrigued to see if JE and Chien for that matter can defeat the curse of the Hobbit.
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Re: 2014-15 Full Year Slates (Division B)

Postby JohnErle » May 7th, 2014, 11:42 am

There's a curse?

I'm very happy with my slate, but as long as the latest Fast & Furious doesn't get bumped to the summer, I'd say Brockster has a good chance of rising from the last place pick to Division A next year.
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Re: 2014-15 Full Year Slates (Division B)

Postby SuperShaan » May 7th, 2014, 11:45 am

If you look at the results of the last three people to pick the Hobbit movies, then yes there is a curse ;)
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Re: 2014-15 Full Year Slates (Division B)

Postby JohnErle » May 7th, 2014, 11:54 am

I'd say Shryke should be more worried about the curse of the #1 pick. ;-)
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Re: 2014-15 Full Year Slates (Division B)

Postby BrocksterDuex » May 7th, 2014, 12:03 pm

God I hope F&F doesn't get pushed!

I'm pinning my hopes on a few risky picks, although choosing last doesn't really afford me the opportunity to pick a sure fire winner. I'm high on Maleficent, but it could go either way. If it bombs, I'm doomed! :) Also Hercules and Book of Life could go either way. If they all hit, I should be in good shape. I also tried to get a few Oscar contenders in the late rounds, so we'll see!

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Re: 2014-15 Full Year Slates (Division B)

Postby Chienfantome » May 7th, 2014, 12:07 pm

Whats the curse on The Hobbit ?
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