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    Really doubt we'll see the end of the WWE films, as they do generate WWE some money and attention..... The problem with their movies when they 1st started releaseing them in Movie Theaters, they was released in limited demand or certain markets, which they couldn't complete with bigger films and movies.... With straight to DVD they do pretty good....

    Like I said they generate attention, and besides as others said it help with wrestlers getting more speaking and promo skills....
    We all judge others even if it isn't our place to judge, but supposedly at the end we are all judged by one!!!
    Wrestling, women and money who could ask for more???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabers View Post
    It shows that they can't write a story that people want to see. Dead Man Down looked like a good film but it turned out to be a typical action/thriller coupled with the usual scenes to keep viewers interested. WWE Studios haven't had a hit since The Condemned and that remains there only hit.
    Only the Condemned wasn't even close to a hit; it bombed in both domestic and foreign markets and lost the company a fuckton of money.


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    Actually See No Evil, The Marine, 12 Rounds was more successful..... The Condemmed looked good in promos but where it was released in limited theaters nationally didn't help it draw...
    Then if ya'll the co-produced films that the Rock did The Scorpin King, The Rundown and Walking Tall all was a success...
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    The Condemned was never in limited release. It was a standard wide open, launching to over 2,300 theaters across the country.


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    It was limited release, most big named movies open in in 4000 plus theaters.....
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    Don't go there Hobert!



  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by HCollins-TNA1 View Post
    It was limited release, most big named movies open in in 4000 plus theaters.....
    Familiarize yourself with what a wide release is, Chuckles. It's anything over 600 screens.

    Per usual, you don't know what in the hell you're talking about.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Ape View Post
    Familiarize yourself with what a wide release is, Chuckles. It's anything over 600 screens.

    Per usual, you don't know what in the hell you're talking about.
    he isn't good with numbers. i'm shocked he didn't say 9000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedag View Post
    he isn't good with numbers. i'm shocked he didn't say 9000.
    Hahahahaha. Post of the day.


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  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by HCollins-TNA1 View Post
    Actually See No Evil, The Marine, 12 Rounds was more successful..... The Condemmed looked good in promos but where it was released in limited theaters nationally didn't help it draw...
    Then if ya'll the co-produced films that the Rock did The Scorpin King, The Rundown and Walking Tall all was a success...
    Maybe WWE should stick to co-producing then.

    ABC Family has a TV movie called Christmas Bounty coming out in December. It's co-produced by WWE. Knowing Disney, it'll probably be a ratings hit. Same goes for that Scooby Doo cartoon next year.

    It's obvious they can't succeed when they're the main backer.

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