Dual wrote:What's confusing about it? No one is going to the cinema.
We'll never know will we. I think if mulan had been released at the cinema in conjunction with its D+ release then it would have still want a decent enough return.
There have been no films worth going to see all summer so we will never know. What prevented the release of these films wasn't the situation in the UK but the massive rise in covid rates in the states throughout the summer. If the US had the same rates as us throughout August then I think a few companies would have released some of their films.
Preezy wrote:Just step out of the plane that crashed into the ground like a meteorite with you in it and start running, it's fine.
Also just noticed on a rewatch that the plane that is shown crashing (an MV-22 Osprey) is not the same plane that is shown before the crash (most likely an E3-Sentry), but they edit the trailer to make it look like that's all the same scene. It's like having a schoolbus crashing off a bridge in one shot and then in the next shot a Ferrari hits the ground