This is going to be the biggest grossing film in the history of mankind pay your respects to Jim here it's over!
By tomorrow we'll be edging forward another 100mil and everyday beyond until we beat this!
How many more of you are booking tickerts for the weekend, I urge you all to get family and friends and do this!
oh my god i don't care
i don't care if avatar is highest grossing or star wars or the avengers or whatever
jesus i just don't care
shut the fuck up
You should care this is the future you chose when you and your fucking disney shills made 1million threads about this on here and reddit and literally forced people to go and watch this
Why do we keep making threads about this
We've had this same discussion every day for the past four weeks, and in multiple threads at the same time. There's even another thread exactly along these lines going on right now.
What does it gain for either side to have the same shit-slinging funposting thread over and over and over?
I said the same exact thing when it was a thread made by someone on the Cameron side
I literally don't give a shit anymore which way this goes, I just want to know what purpose parroting the same thing over and over serves
I really don't understand the hype. Was any of it real? What percentage of this hunk of garbage is cgi? Without the nostalgia factor, this is another graphic design art project. They could have shot the bulk of this pile of shit in front of a green screen in the dining room of a Wendy's.
>They could have shot the bulk of this pile of shit in front of a green screen in the dining room of a Wendy's.
Pretty much AotC in a nutshell
>Ep. VII made that money after three prequels, two sequels, the initial movie, a fuckload of merchandise, and a mega-flood of shilling, viral shit, and forced memes like TR-8R
>Avatar made it with a stand-alone new property that only had one trailer before its release
Star Wars fags think this is something special? It's not hard to have a big wave with a lot of shit that came before it shoving it from behind. Let's see Abrams or Lucas produce those kinds of results Cameron did with a stand-alone new non-sequel movie