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User Info: acolytes

acolytes
1 week ago#21
evil_zombie11 posted...
Sounds like damage control tbh


I'm sure the YouTubers who bought into a pushed the "Tear screenings were so bad audiences walked out in laughter." will be doing some damage control, yeah.
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ReiRei89
1 week ago#22
acolytes posted...
I'm sure the YouTubers who bought into a pushed the "Tear screenings were so bad audiences walked out in laughter." will be doing some damage control, yeah.
Just like they did when Captain Marvel turned out to be a success.
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acolytes
1 week ago#23
ReiRei89 posted...
Just like they did when Captain Marvel turned out to be a success.


"Kathleen Kennedy bought all the Star Wars tickets and sent Mark Hamill a bill for them."
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According to JJ Abrams? Interesting. Because you could not find someone who has verified record of having lied about about such issues more than him.

Kahn says hello.

And whether or not there has been test screenings is irrelevant to the negative vibe towards the movie. You just wish, really, really hard, that it was just "test screenings" and not the released spoilers being really f***ing bad.
lol bulls***. JJ also lied and said Khan wasn't in Into Darkness. Ewan McGregor lied about being in an Obi-Wan series for four years. Lots of people lie in this industry because the situation calls for it.

There is no f***ing way a Disney product on this scale didn't have test screenings.
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Santo3485
1 week ago#26
One would have to be very naive to think Disney wouldn't have multiple test screenings for RoS.
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LethalAffinity posted...
lol bulls***. JJ also lied and said Khan wasn't in Into Darkness. Ewan McGregor lied about being in an Obi-Wan series for four years. Lots of people lie in this industry because the situation calls for it.

There is no f***ing way a Disney product on this scale didn't have test screenings.


Yeah, most people suspected that Christoph Waltz was portraying Ernst Stavro Blofeld in Spectre when it was announced that he was cast as the lead villain, although he repeatedly denied it.

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BarneyBosco
1 week ago#28
Why would they bother with test screenings when they don't care about the opinions of the fans?
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1 week ago#29
Regarding the Khan and Blofeld thing, I'm pretty sure that they were just trying to avoid spoiling the surprise of having those characters in those movies.

Unfortunately, it didn't work, since people are so persistent in trying to squeeze out every bit of information about every blockbuster movie before it opens.

They would have been better off simply not revealing that Cumberbatch and Waltz respectively were cast for those movies, but it seems that's impossible in today's internet based culture, especially when things tend to leak so easily.
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RingsOfUranus
1 week ago#30
MC_BatCommander posted...
RingsOfUranus posted...
Biggest film of the year has had no test screenings?

I saw a test screening for Alice in Wonderland before they even added CGI to the film. It was quite confusing.


That sounds like it would be pretty interesting to see

It was so weird. Because even some parts of the actors costumes were CGI so they just had like green wraps around their arms where stuff would be added. The thing is, I had to do a questionnaire after I watched it and it asked me if the CGI was realistic and I was like "????"

I saw X-Men origins Wolverine this way too. It was a test screening and was before th CGI was finished but it existed. The most memorable part was the helicopter scene because it was like clearly supposed to be a helicopter but it looked like it was made of Legos
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