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Sequel To 2016 Ghostbusters Reboot Is Highly Unlikely Now

http://mustangcipowebaruhaz.hu/?sisd=trade-binario-demo&aad=b1 This year’s all-female led http://www.ribo.co.at/deniro/1961 Ghostbusters reboot had been panned ever since the project was announced by Bridesmaids director Paul Feig almost two years ago – but thing’s just seem to get worse for one of the most talked about films in recent years.

https://mummiesclub.co.uk/bilbord/1092 Having hit cinemas across the world last month (July), Ghostbusters has fallen very short of it’s intended box office revenue, so short in fact that it’s recording a loss of over $100 million dollars that would allow it to merely breaking even.

prelievo minimo postepay iq optiona With a production budget of $150 million and a marketing budget of nearly the same amount, to-date source site Ghostbusters has only managed to capture $160 million in global box office takings, including it’s primary US and European markets – making the movie a catastrophe for click Columbia Pictures.

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This is all just speculation at this point, and the money men over at Columbia Pictures may very well green-light a sequel, though they’ll need to perhaps cut their marketing budget down considerably if they hope to turn a profit at the box office.

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