Disney Could Lose $150 Million On The Lone Ranger

CB: The Walt Disney Company doesn't really have too much to complain about when it comes to 2013 thus far. Sam Raimi's Oz The Great and Powerful was an international success, taking in $491 million globally; Shane Black's Iron Man 3 ranks as the fifth highest grossing film of all time worldwide with its $1.2 billion take; and Dan Scanlon's Monsters University, which is still in theaters, is really cleaning up, already having made $400 million in just two and a half weeks. It's not a large number of titles, but it all adds up to a lot of success.

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RetrospectRealm1781d ago

Don't know if I should see this or not...

darklordzor1781d ago

If you're on the fence, just wait for the DVD/Blu-Ray. I enjoyed the film, but honestly, if it hadn't been a free press screening, I can't say I'd pony up the money for it in a theater.

RetrospectRealm1781d ago (Edited 1781d ago )

Actually, it'll cost less if I just see it in theaters tbh. Still don't know though...

Well, that's if I buy the film right when it comes out on DVD.

darklordzor1781d ago

True, I guess I was thinking a rental or something like that.

RetrospectRealm1781d ago

Or I guess I could just wait till it comes on Netflix.