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2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Shrykespeare » May 10th, 2016, 8:36 pm

I will try to updated these to keep up with all Waiver Wire drops and acquisitions once a month. If you see a move has been made to your list that has not been implemented, please PM me.


JohnErle
5/27 Alice Through the Looking Glass (2) - $77,042,381
6/29 The Shallows (10) - $55,121,623
7/22 Ice Age: Collision Course (3) - $64,063,008
8/26 Hands of Stone (12) - $4,712,792
8/26 Don't Breathe (13) - $89,217,875
9/30 Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (5) - $87,242,834
10/21 Boo! A Madea Halloween (9) - $73,206,343
11/4 Loving (15) - $7,710,234
12/16 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (1) - $532,171,696
1/13 Sleepless (14) - $20,783,704
1/20 xXx: The Return of Xander Cage (4) - $44,898,413
2/3 The Comedian (WW) - $1,659,002
2/17 Fist Fight (7) - $32,187,017
2/17 A Cure for Wellness (11) - $8,106,986
4/7 Smurfs: The Lost Village (8) - $37,977,532
Total: $1,136,103,860 (5th place)


aquamann
5/6 Captain America: Civil War (1) - $408,084,349
6/3 Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (10) - $9,496,130
6/10 The Conjuring 2 (4) - $102,470,008
7/15 Ghostbusters (2) - $128,350,574
8/12 Hell or High Water (WW) - $27,007,844
8/26 Mechanic: Resurrection (14) - $21,218,403
9/16 Blair Witch (16) - $20,777,061
11/4 Trolls (5) - $153,707,064
11/11 Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk (7) - $1,738,477
11/11 Almost Christmas (8) - $42,065,185
11/18 Nocturnal Animals (12) - $10,663,357
12/21 Sing (3) - $270,322,340
12/23 Why Him? (6) - $60,323,786
1/20 Split (9) - $138,120,085
3/24 Wilson (WW) - $653,951
4/7 Colossal (WW) - $2,091,568
Total: $1,397,090,182 (2nd place)


Spectre
6/17 Finding Dory (1) - $486,295,561
7/1 The Legend of Tarzan (4) - $126,643,061
7/29 Jason Bourne (2) - $162,192,290
8/12 Sausage Party (5) - $97,670,358
8/19 Kubo and the Two Strings (9) - $48,023,088
9/2 The Light Between Oceans (WW) - $12,545,979
9/16 Bridget Jones' Baby (10) - $24,139,805
10/21 Keeping Up with the Joneses (WW) - $14,904,426
11/11 Arrival (7) - $100,546,139
12/9 La La Land (8) - $151,101,803
12/16 Fences (11) - $57,682,904
1/13 The Bye Bye Man (13) - $22,395,806
2/17 The Great Wall (6) - $45,157,105
3/3 Logan (3) - $224,508,170
3/17 T2: Trainspotting (WW) - $2,289,243
4/7 Going in Style (12) - $37,346,914
Total: $1,613,442,652 (1st place)


Banks
6/17 Central Intelligence (3) - $127,440,871
7/8 Mike & Dave Need Wedding Dates (4) - $46,009,673
7/15 Café Society (11) - $11,103,205
8/19 War Dogs (6) - $43,034,523
10/21 I'm Not Ashamed (WW) - $$2,082,980
11/18 Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (1) - $234,037,575
12/2 Jackie (15) - $13,960,394
2/3 The Space Between Us (13) - $7,885,294
2/10 John Wick Chapter 2 (7) - $92,029,184
3/3 Before I Fall (WW) - $12,241,122
3/10 Kong: Skull Island (2) - $165,487,221
3/24 Power Rangers (5) - $84,234,169
3/31 The Zookeeper's Wife (WW) - $14,808,000
4/7 Gifted (WW) - $15,894,295
4/21 Free Fire (WW) - $1,662,013
4/21 Phoenix Forgotten (WW) - $3,103,117
Total: $875,013,636 (8th place)


Brockster
8/5 Suicide Squad (1) - $325,100,054
9/30 Deepwater Horizon (4) - $61,433,527
9/30 Masterminds (7) - $17,368,022
10/7 The Birth of a Nation (6) - $15,861,566
10/14 Kevin Hart: What Now? (12) - $23,574,605
10/28 Inferno (5) - $34,343,574
11/4 Hacksaw Ridge (10) - $67,209,615
11/25 Lion (13) - $51,694,854
11/25 Rules Don't Apply (WW) - $3,652,206
12/21 Passengers (2) - $100,014,699
12/21 Patriots Day (3) - $31,886,361
12/23 A Monster Calls (9) - $3,740,823
1/13 Monster Trucks (8) - $33,370,166
3/10 Personal Shopper (WW) - $1,261,741
4/14 Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer (WW) - $533,050
4/21 The Lost City of Z (WW) - $4,931,308
Total: $775,976,171 (10th place)


Surfer
6/3 TMNT: Out of the Shadows (2) - $82,051,601
6/10 Now You See Me 2 (7) - $65,075,540
6/24 Free State of Jones (11) - $20,810,036
7/1 The BFG (3) - $55,483,770
9/2 Morgan (WW) - $3,915,251
9/16 Snowden (10) - $21,587,519
10/7 The Girl on the Train (4) - $75,395,035
10/14 The Accountant (8) - $86,260,045
1/20 The Founder (9) - $12,786,053
2/10 The LEGO: Batman Movie (1) - $174,691,628
2/24 Get Out (WW) - $172,534,250
2/24 Rock Dog (WW) - $9,420,546
4/7 The Case for Christ (WW) - $13,054,237
4/14 Spark (WW) - $196,458
4/28 The Circle (14) - $9,034,148
4/28 How to Be a Latin Lover (WW) - $12,252,439
Total: $814,548,556 (9th place)


Chien
5/20 The Nice Guys (9) - $36,261,763
6/10 Warcraft (5) - $47,225,655
6/24 Independence Day: Resurgence (1) - $103,144,286
7/22 Lights Out (7) - $67,268,835
8/12 Pete's Dragon (4) - $76,233,151
9/9 When the Bough Breaks (10) - $29,747,603
10/21 Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (6) - $58,697,076
11/4 Bleed For This (14) - $5,083,906
12/21 Assassin's Creed (3) - $54,647,648
12/23 Silence (8) - $7,100,177
12//25 Hidden Figures (13) - $168,991,405
1/13 Live By Night (WW) - $10,378,555
1/27 A Dog's Purpose (11) - $64,230,845
1/27 Gold (12) - $7,227,038
4/14 The Fate of the Furious (2) - $193,268,115
4/21 Unforgettable (WW) - $9,150,960
Total: $938,657,018 (6th place)


UDM
5/20 Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (3) - $55,340,730
5/27 X-Men: Apocalyopse (1) - $155,442,489
6/3 Me Before You (4) - $56,245,075
8/12 Florence Foster Jenkins (9) - $27,383,770
8/19 Ben-Hur (8) - $26,410,477
11/18 The Edge of Seventeen (15) - $14,431,633
11/18 Manchester By the Sea (16) - $47,695,371
12/9 Office Christmas Party (6) - $54,767,494
1/27 Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (10) - $26,830,068
2/3 Rings (12) - $27,793,018
3/3 The Shack (7) - $57,011,066
3/3 Table 19 (WW) - $3,614,896
3/17 Beauty and the Beast (2) - $480,525,828
3/17 The Belko Experiment (WW) - $9,697,090
3/31 The Boss Baby (5) - $148,787,366
4/21 The Promise (WW) - $7,067,064
Total: $1,199,043,435 (4th place)


Geezer
5//13 Money Monster (8) - $41,012,075
5//13 The Darkness (13) - $10,753,574
7/1 The Purge: Election Year (7) - $79,042,440
7/13 The Infiltrator (12) - $15,431,420
7/22 Star Trek Beyond (2) - $158,848,340
9/23 The Magnificent Seven (3) - $93,427,848
10/21 Ouija: Origin of Evil (11) - $34,992,970
11/4 Dr. Strange (1) - $232,641,920
11/11 Shut In (14) - $6,900,335
1/6 Underworld: Blood Wars (10) - $30,353,973
2/10 Fifty Shades Darker (4) - $114,434,010
3/24 Life (5) - $29,825,181
3/31 Ghost in the Shell (6) - $39,947,996
4/21 Born in China (16) - $8,819,843
Total: $896,437,313 (7th place)


W
5/20 The Angry Birds Movie (3) - $107,509,366
7/8 The Secret Life of Pets (2) - $368,384,330
7/29 Nerve (15) - $38,583,626
7/31 Bad Moms (8) - $113,128,038
8/5 Nine Lives (12) - $19,652,955
9/9 Sully (5) - $125,070,033
9/23 Storks (4) - $72,679,278
10/7 Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life (10) - $20,007,149
11/23 Moana (1) - $248,757,044
11/23 Allied (6) - $40,098,064
11/23 Bad Santa 2 (9) - $17,782,178
12/16 Collateral Beauty (7) - $31,016,021
3/24 CHiPs (WW) - $18,360,013
4/28 Sleight (WW) - $1,701,785
Total: $1,222,729,880 (3rd place)
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby JohnErle » May 10th, 2016, 9:59 pm

I just noticed that, as of right now, I have at least one movie coming out every month during the season. That wasn't intentional, but it'll help keep things interesting instead of having months go by without any of my releases coming out. And it'll help me avoid any extended downturns at the box office caused by winter storms, Sharknados, or Trumpocalypses.
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Chienfantome » May 11th, 2016, 4:12 am

Well this year I don't have many 2017 films. The TBA films I have will most likely be dated for the end of the year, so I only have 3 2017 films.
I think it's gonna be a pretty competitive season, the slates are dense, it should be fun once more !!
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Shrykespeare » May 11th, 2016, 12:28 pm

And Surfer has only four scheduled 2017 films with a date. WTF?
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby undeadmonkey » May 11th, 2016, 2:07 pm

Still not sure what Rogue One will do, but i must Say John Erle probably has the best slate. The other slates look pretty even to me.
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Chienfantome » May 11th, 2016, 6:00 pm

Mmmm... I think the more balanced slate is Surfer's so that's my favorite (outside of my own, obviousy).
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Spectre » May 17th, 2016, 9:50 am

Is anyone going to be doing a waiver wire for the A league? I'll do it if no one else is going to but I don't know how to build out an initial list of films.
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby undeadmonkey » May 23rd, 2016, 1:09 pm

and my first film stumbles out of the gate, not a fan..... :evil:
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Chienfantome » May 23rd, 2016, 1:35 pm

Yeah, I would be pissed at those Neighbors numbers had I drafted it in round #3. W's is definitely better.
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby W » May 23rd, 2016, 1:58 pm

I was hoping for $150-170 M for Angry Birds. Going by similar animated openings, it looks like $130-140 M is closer. I was happy when it fell to me with the last pick in round 3. The only one I was for sure would do better in R3 was Wolverine. I probably would have taken Ice Age ahead of it and it would have been a toss up between Birds, Magnificent 7, and Assassin's Creed.
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby undeadmonkey » May 27th, 2016, 1:24 pm

I'll be so pissed if Xmen flops. the only thing getting me through Neighbors 2 flopping and the bad reviews for Xmen is apparently Beauty and the Beast is breaking Star Wars trailer launch records, so here's to it breaking opening weekend records too.
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Spectre » May 27th, 2016, 3:09 pm

undeadmonkey wrote:I'll be so pissed if Xmen flops. the only thing getting me through Neighbors 2 flopping and the bad reviews for Xmen is apparently Beauty and the Beast is breaking Star Wars trailer launch records, so here's to it breaking opening weekend records too.

Supposedly X-Men is tracking for an opening around DoFP. I think you'll be alright there, DoFP had crappy legs too like I think this will. And Beauty and the Beast is going to be huge. I had it graded out as my 6th overall movie and higher than X-Men (even though I knew it wouldn't go that high).
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Walleye413 » May 28th, 2016, 2:31 am

I'm with you on Beauty and the Beast, I think it's going to be a top 10 pick, but was hoping I could still grab it in the second round too.
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Geezer » May 28th, 2016, 9:25 pm

Still so pissed I rushed that pick. Beauty and the Beast would have been mine. Oh well, doubt it will matter when Rogue One makes 750 mil
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Chienfantome » May 29th, 2016, 4:06 am

Geez, you never know. Keep in mind that if The Force Awakens had only made $700M, you wouldn't have won last year ;)
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