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    But it will generate a lot of hype if the number of views will be huge. Lol.

    I wasn’t disputing that either. I was talking, quite specifically, about box office. Not mentioning Netflix viewership numbers doesn’t mean I’m not aware they exist or their impact on ‘hype’.

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    Did Netflix ever have a movie whose viewing figures rivaled their biggest hits of the past year, TQG and Bridgerton? Just curious.

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    Did Netflix ever have a movie whose viewing figures rivaled their biggest hits of the past year, TQG and Bridgerton? Just curious.

    The Midnight Sky did pretty well, not as big as their TV stuff. And we were in full lockdown then which will have helped it.

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    Early reviews for Netflix’s ‘The Mitchells vs. The Machines’ look v. good. Obviously it has the issue of releasing very early, but it could be a contender in Animated. At least looks strong odds for a nomination there.

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    It’s honestly been too long since Judi Dench last had a nomination. Hopefully Belfast will be a good supporting actress vehicle for her.

    Emmy FYC!!: Chloe Sevigny (We Are Who We Are), MJ Rodriguez (Pose), Billy Porter (Pose), Emma Corrin (The Crown), Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale), Maya Erskine (Pen15), Anna Konkle (Pen15), Naomi Ackie (Master of None), Thuso Mbedu (The Underground Railroad), Kate Winslet (Mare of Easttown), Michaela Coel (I May Destroy You)

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    It’s honestly been too long since Judi Dench last had a nomination. Hopefully Belfast will be a good supporting actress vehicle for her.

    It has a fantastic release date so Focus must be thinking about it doing well.

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    It has a fantastic release date so Focus must be thinking about it doing well.

    Kenneth Branagh is the director. Judi Dench could get in Kathy Bates or Close this year, but I doubt Belfast will do well.

    I’m surprised a lot of people didn’t see the Hillbilly Elegy fiasco coming miles away with Ron Howard as the director.

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    Did Netflix ever have a movie whose viewing figures rivaled their biggest hits of the past year, TQG and Bridgerton? Just curious.

    Their biggest movie hits regularly outperform (ratings wise) their series’

    Most Watched Movies (All Time)

    1. Extraction (99m)
    2. Bird Box (89m)
    3. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (80ms)
    4. Murder Mystery (73m)
    5. The Old Guard (78m)
    6. Ebola Holmes (76m)
    7. The Kissing Booth 2 (66m)
    8. The Irishman (64m)

    Most Watched TV (2020)

    1. Bridgerton (84m)
    2. Money Heist, season 4 (65m)
    3. Tiger King (64m)
    4. The Queen’s Gambit (62m)
    5. Too Hot to Handle (51m)
    6. Ratched (48m)
    7. The Umbrella Academy, season 2 (43m)
    8. Never Have I Ever (40m)

    Emmys FYC | Alan Tudyk in “Resident Alien” | Billie Piper in “I Hate Suzie” | Ego Nwodim in “Saturday Night Live” | Kaley Cuoco in “Harley Quinn” | “Dickinson” | “P-Valley” | “Pose” | “Superstore”

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    Kenneth Branagh is the director. Judi Dench could get in Kathy Bates or Close this year, but I doubt Belfast will do well. I’m surprised a lot of people didn’t see the Hillbilly Elegy fiasco coming miles away with Ron Howard as the director.

    Oh I know it’s Branagh and he’s often a mess, but I’m fascinated by why this has been given a better release date than Last Night in Soho. There has to be a reason.

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    But it will generate a lot of hype if the number of views will be huge.

    Like Malcolm and Marie?

    FYC Emmys: "The Crown" in all categories, "I May Destroy You" in all categories, "It's a Sin" in all categories, "Small Axe" in all categories, Billie Piper ("I Hate Suzie"), Yvonne Strahovski ("Stateless") and Ruth Wilson ("His Dark Materials")

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    6. Ebola Holmes (76m) 

    Wonderful typo.

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    Summer release for CODA: August 13th in theaters and streaming

    https://deadline.com/2021/04/coda-appletv-theatrical-release-1234740921/

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    Summer release for CODA: August 13th in theaters and streaming https://deadline.com/2021/04/coda-appletv-theatrical-release-1234740921/

    Don’t think they’ll be able to carry that through to awards buzz unless the response is really strong, sadly. Nice that it’s coming out pretty soon, but an August release generally isn’t great. Although, like we’ve said re: Annette, if they want it to be an awards season film, maybe they’re trying to get out ahead of the pack, release before a massive pile-up of films comes in the autumn and perhaps gain visibility that way.

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    Summer release for CODA: August 13th in theaters and streaming https://deadline.com/2021/04/coda-appletv-theatrical-release-1234740921/

    Super Early Independent Spirits 2022 predictions.

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    Don’t think they’ll be able to carry that through to awards buzz unless the response is really strong, sadly. Nice that it’s coming out pretty soon, but an August release generally isn’t great. Although, like we’ve said re: Annette, if they want it to be an awards season film, maybe they’re trying to get out ahead of the pack, release before a massive pile-up of films comes in the autumn and perhaps gain visibility that way.

    Yep this is what I’m thinking – like I said about Annette, August release dates for smaller films will help them find an audience. Whether or not they can carry anything forward to the televised awards is another matter, but the first step to achieving that is not getting swallowed up by stuff like Nightmare Alley.

    Of course Annette has a star power advantage over CODA, but the strategy holds up I think.

    Apparently Annette‘s Amazon/international trailer will drop tomorrow, so we’ll see if a US release date comes with it.

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