Why Now?

Not to sound like what I’m sounding like, but why wasn’t this uploaded and passed around before X-Men: First Class came out?

20 thoughts on “Why Now?

  1. Dean on said:

    It’s a DVD extra, comes out next week

  2. Remember back in the day when you had to write an e-mail to the director of a film in order to get nude images of one of his actresses?

  3. The video would be so much more eye opening and educational with extended before and after make-up sequences with full frontal and rear views.

  4. It IS being uploaded and passed around before the film comes out…. ON VIDEO. Next Tuesday. You know, where most films make HALF of their domestic gross. Oh, right, my bad – business stuff is not your game of cricket.

    Chumley for the win. And nice knowing you kid….

  5. Chumley: “In what world does a box office total of $351,065,752 translate as a dead franchise? ”

    A world in which the budget is almost half of that, not counting P+A.

  6. “In what world does a box office total of $351,065,752 translate as a dead franchise? ”

    It’s the most expensive X-Men movie ever and barely outgrossed the first one, which was the one that had to explain the concept to the whole world. The franchise isn’t dead yet, but it’s mortally wounded.

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  8. “It’s the most expensive X-Men movie ever and barely outgrossed the first one.”

    It is expensive at $160M, but I think X-Men 3 cost 225M.

  9. The movie was a critical succes foremost but it is probably enough for it to also have long legs on dvd and be a succes nonetheless.

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