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Futures clearing out what are the movies that you need on your radar this summer we got past Paul.
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What yes what what.
And to see this summer.
Well there's a lot out there and I mean we already start up would Iron Man two.
We joking with a 128 point one million dollars.
This week and we have Robin Hood which I think is gonna open in the mid thirties.
And then we have Shrek forever after coming out the following week.
That movie I think it's going to be really big because Shrek the third the third installments over the with a 121.
Million dollars as the animated opening weekend ever that of course we're gonna have everyone's favorite Sex and the City two.
Which I saw it yesterday.
And that movie is just purely calculated.
She's driving women insane how and I think he's good -- totally do that.
It's got all archetypes and they're all there.
You have Cary and her friends doing their thing I think that's gonna be a big movie as well there's a lot out there.
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There was a time when yet Indies and then they became the -- -- and they became -- -- of of big Hollywood.
Well those days not.
Well it's all about big box office insisting talking earlier about that the cantor exchange meaning in this summer.
It's all about generating those huge revenues and you know the summer season.
It's just seventeen weeks this year it accounts for over 40%.
Of the total -- box office.
So the studios bet big to -- it although.
You know opened against Iron Man two was a little don't call babies which was a documentary in a small film.
And -- towards the end of the summer actually Labor Day weekend we have a phone -- machete.
Which is kind of a grind house I mean she.
Bill from Robert Rodriguez that isn't a massive budgeted film.
But by and large we're looking at films in the summer that are put into this -- the -- story threes.
Sex in the city and you name it there's big budget out there because they're -- it.
Get that greatest available audience into the theaters but I I do have a sleeper.
Pick even though it's hard -- -- a sleeper being that it's directed by Christopher Nolan and that's inception.
That's a movie that is coming out in mid July from the director the Dark -- look.
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Okay -- you and including your notes not -- walls and now none sequels okay -- there's no new thought I mean let's just take the same thing you regurgitate it and some different shape meaning you've already -- sex in the city.
These are all sequels.
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Hollywood like Fisher thing and so do audiences by the way when they're gonna go out spend their hard earned money that kind of like the fact.
That they know these characters they kinda know what they're -- yet but that's why the inception is gonna do well because that's a true original.
Others buried -- bills this summer there actually wholly original look at.
-- their other movies or television shows.
If you look at -- do you know that's from a hearty thank you know comic strip.
Most of these films they're derived from something else and that gives a level of -- I think both to the studios and the audience but yeah would be nice to see some originality and let you know some of this is -- treaty as well also.
Yet treaty is a compound in here that I think we should touch on.
Well yeah how how important is that is that going to the excitement that really avatar let's face -- generated with 3-D kind of got the ball rolling -- -- -- tail off a little bit now as you see more and more films -- five and six films at a time in theaters veterans mediate.
Yeah I mean we're hoping that the 380 doesn't kind of burn itself -- I mean obviously in the first quarter the year there -- -- treaty films marketplace.
Those for those alone generated 25.
Percent of the market place revenue.
So 25% of the three point six billion dollars today generated by treaty this summer we have 7380.
And I reader -- and actually our family animated films and think kids -- the 3-D so I think.
What's going to be the cast as an adult audience it's people looking.
We're live action movies.
Loved 3-D and that continues that's going to be the trick I think kids will always loved 3-D and that's where you're seeing a preponderance.
Animated family fare.
Well quickly could really -- ten seconds left but use Kerry predicting.
The first five billion dollar summer is that -- -- of 3-D because we have seventy Adams coming -- on the ticket races that much higher.
Yes gonna cover that revenue volume but I'm going out on a limb there I'm I'm -- he gets -- that but we'll have to see we're very early in the summer.
-- garabedian always great to speak with you thanks man thanks so thank you Hollywood dot com check.
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