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      5 hours ago, Tamina’s ligaments said:

      This is going to be awkward because I don’t think things are going to be better by August. They may have to push it back again. It also means the latter half of 2020 is going to be crowded as hell with blockbusters. Things are looking messy right now.

      They should have just kept the date.

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      On 3/25/2020 at 9:28 AM, Twisted Bliss said:

      Especially considering the movie they delayed it for didn’t do much.

      Right, Star Wars made no noise and Frozen 2 was pretty quiet as well despite the gross, this could have easily still done a billion in between them and probably bit into their gross :skull: 

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      2 hours ago, Mariah. said:

      Right, Star Wars made no noise and Frozen 2 was pretty quiet as well despite the gross, this could have easily still done a billion in between them and probably bit into their gross :skull: 

      They should have just taken the risk, and trusted the movie in the long run.

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