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Thursday, December 17, 2015
Star Wars
Probably my favorite genre since as long as i can remember. The Battles. The technology. The possibilities. Not much has come even close to my love of the Star Wars universe. As anyone who knows me well would attest to, i'm pretty damn knowledgeable about it as well. I've read the expanded universe books, and seen the movies dozens of times. Whether the type of the monster that lives in the asteroid, the name of the lava planet in E3, or even complex theories of how Darth Sidious is personally responsible for Padme's death, i have yet to meet someone who knows as much about Star Wars as i do.

And then they go and make an Episode 7. COME ON!!

My brain is pretty much full with all the existing Star Wars knowledge. And now, i must join the ranks of the millions that will see this movie. And i will LOVE IT. And they will too!

MY PREDICTION

So Episode 3 was released TEN years ago, in 2005. And it's hot-dog about time that they made another one. The anticipation coupled with the global love of the genre added to the insane marketing and promotion of this film will redefine the word "blockbuster." I mean, they are even giving away tickets to see the movie on Hip-hop stations! The acceptance of this is truly a phenomenon. And the masses will respond. En mass (of course).


This movie will break EVERY SINGLE RECORD held by any movie ever made up to this point. Opening day. Opening weekend. Opening month. Pre-sales. Gross DVD sales. Merchandising.
It will literally sink Titanic. Game over, Avatar. We're talking BILLIONS in revenue & sales. It will, without a doubt be the hugest grossing movie ever made, and might well hold that title for a very, very long time. Or at least until episode 8 comes out.

It's a brave new world out there. So go see the movie. I know i will. Thrice!

Update!
And so it begins.
Box Office: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Hits Record $57 Million Thursday Night
Box Office Numbers for 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Just Got Bigger
Box Office: 'Star Wars' Scores Massive $153.5 Million Christmas, Crosses $1 Billion Globally


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Wallenrod  posted on  Friday, December 18, 2015

Z ta różnicą, że teraz musieli dodać murzyna.





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