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This makes no sense to me. No one can guarantee that any movie will do well or not in theaters. And to say every spiderman movie has to make a billion dollars is ridiculous. And Sony taking the rights back. They have not done such a great job themselves, let’s be honest. Sony needs to be grateful that people want to see a spiderman movie and aren’t just ridiculing them.
To say that Sony hasn’t done a great job fails in understanding the business side of movie making. Their “worst” performing film was The Amazing Spider-Man 2 which had a world-wide box office take of $709 million versus a production budget of $200 million. Between 50 and 55% of the box office take goes back to the studio, which means they made at least $150 million on their worst performing movie.
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