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Prometheus Box Office Updates [Updated]

Update 10/6/12: Deadline -“…By contrast, the scifi thriller plunged -22% from Friday to Saturday but still ended with a big $49.5M weekend result…So the film should end the weekend closer to $49M than $50M. Which is stil a solid result for a film the studio claims cost only $125M because of UK tax credits and low CGI costs. (By the way, that ‘R’ rating was blamed on one really gross scene.)”


Update 9/6/12: Deadline – To Hollywood’s surprise tonight, Prometheus (3,396 theaters) and Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted (4,258 theaters) are in a dog fight for #1. No one least of all Twentieth Century Fox expected its R-rated scifi thriller to outgross DreamWorks Animation’s PG-rated family fare today. In fact Fox execs kept predicting no more than a $30M-$35M weekend result in an attempt to lower expectations, so the Fox film already is a big winner no matter which pic tops. Rival studios tell me that Ridley Scott’s Prometheus should win Friday. But Madagascar 3 distributed by Paramount should enjoy that Saturday kid bump as expected to win the weekend.


Update 9/6/12: Deadline – Rival studios now say Prometheus is looking to open with a huge $26M Friday and $68M weekend. That’s rare indeed for an R-rated pic. But Fox, the studio that specializes in lowering expectations, disputes thos numbers. “There is no mathematical scenario I know of that we hit $68M. Even at $26M for today, we get to $66.5M – and there is nothing on this green earth that shows us hitting $26M today,” a Fox exec huffed at me. “I could see us doing $22M today which would likely get us to $56M.” No matter, a great result.


Update 8/6/12: DeadlinePrometheus in North America debuted to $3.561M in midnight screenings at 1,368 locations. That’s a $2,603 per-location average. Fox called it “a fantastic start”. The midnight numbers include $1.03M from 294 IMAX theaters. Coming into today, Prometheus already has amassed $51M from overseas territories that opened last weekend.


Update 4/6/12: “Continuing a growing trend, “Prometheus” launched internationally before domestic, and landed with $35 million in 15 markets on 4,695 screens. Top markets include: Russia – $11.1M, UK – $9.9M – FRANCE – $7M. Ridley Scott’s sci-fi beast will attack another 35 territories next weekend for a total of over 8,000 screens worldwide—5,500+ of those expected to be in 3D”.


Update 3/6/12: Deadline is reporting Prometheus is 319% of the Snow White opening in the UK, and 161% of both Snow White and holdover Men In Black 3. It’s also the biggest opening day for a Ridley Scott film ever in the UK grossing £2.2m ($3.39M).


Early box office results have come out over on The Hollywood Reporter. Its returns in the UK are 150% ahead of Snow White and Men in Black 3 combined. In France, it grossed $2.4M on Wednesday/Thursday and it’s the number 1 movie in Russia, Belgium, Holland, Denmark and Switzerland.

The Fox event pic opened in the U.K. on Friday, and early returns indicate that Prometheus is pacing 150 percent ahead of Universal’s new entry Snow White and the Huntsman and Sony holdover Men in Black 3 combined, at least so far. Numbers won’t be available until Saturday morning.

Prometheus has been tracking especially strong in the U.K., where the movie made its world premiere Thursday night.

Prometheus, headlining Noomi Repace and Michael Fassbender, opens June 8 in the U.S. It’s debuting in a total of 15 international markets a week ahead of its domestic launch, including France, where it grossed $2.4 million on Wednesday and Thursday (the movie scored the second-biggest opening-day gross of 2012 behind The Avengers for a non-French title).

Opening in Russia on Thursday, Prometheus grossed $2.2 million, the third-highest Fox opening of all time behind the third Ice Age 3 and Avatar. It opened No. 1 in Russia, as well as in Belgium, Holland, Denmark and Switzerland.

In Chile, Prometheus debuted to $70,000 on Thursday, the biggest opening day for a Scott-directed title and bigger than The Hunger Games and MIB3.

Thanks to seeasea and Spidey3121 for the news.



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  1. Eva
    Looks like it doing fine for R-rated sci-fi. It has surpassed similar R-rated District 9 by now, although D9 had a low budget to its advantage. No worries - it'll most likely do well on DVD/BD as well.

    Don't care about the box-office specifics though - I'm just happy it's doing well.
  2. SM
    GI Joe's a little different.  I'm guessing there was a significant enough spike in merch sales added to the box office to justify it.  Plus the sequel has a $125m budget (vs. $175 for the first film).
  3. Nightmare Asylum
    From another side of things - I think I heard from RagingDragon that October 11th 2012 is when the Weyland Corporation was formed. Now, what that has to do with anything for us, I have no clue.

    Oh, yeah. I vaguely remember that. Hopefully there's more to it than that.

    Yep, says that on the Weyland timeline I believe.

    If I had to guess, October 11th will give us another viral video, possibly featuring Guy Pearce.
  4. Prime113
    From another side of things - I think I heard from RagingDragon that October 11th 2012 is when the Weyland Corporation was formed. Now, what that has to do with anything for us, I have no clue.
  5. fiveways
    The DVD/Blu-ray is the profit on this one.  Even Fox knows it, and I think was teasing it with the date at the end of film being the release date for the DVD/Blu-Ray.

    $200 Million in sales and cable/netflix deals and then book and toys on top of that...
  6. SuicideDoors
    Whilst its takings in the US are a little undesirable, in mine and Ridleys native country, the magnificently shit UK, it's been something of a big hit. 3 weeks at number 1. It's been a proper adult blockbuster.
  7. Salt The Fries
    It could make a bit in Japan, but the other territories won't do huge business.  It might get to $300m.

    Based on that I can't imagine we'll get a sequel straightaway.  At least not without a reduced budget.

    Germany, Italy, Spain, and Japan will account for considerable gross (at least $30m combined), plus especially Brazil and Mexico (and to a lesser degree) Venezuela which had their debuts not too long ago and has been tracked by Box Office Mojo only recently. That will amount to another $15m at least (it already earned around $13m in Brazil and Mexico at this point, plus Venezuela could get another $2m). Poland, Austria, and Switzerland should generate $15m combined too.

    So, at the very least it will get $330m (considering it's nearing the end of its theatrical run in the US but it could still get some of the last bucks). Not bad for a...human.
  8. zakzak
    I think this is the kind of film that will clean up on home video front. I think it could gross another $200 million on DVD & bluray worldwide, maybe more. Especially with an extended sequence edition. I say theatrical gross would hit $350 million, plus another $200 million on bluray, TV rights plus cable rights, total : $600 million (not counting the merchandising). If they keep the marketing cost low, this movie can make a tidy profit at the end.

    PS: What kind of things the big studios spend on marketing? Jesus, does it cost them $150 million to print one-sheet posters? To book the movie stars on Jay Leno? Tell me! They should just scrap this marketing spending altogether!


    PROMETHEUS is banned in China because it promotes alternate religious thinking. Seriously?

    They were also considering banning MIB 3 because time travel is a dangerous idea. But as it turned out, MIB3 is allowed to be screened in China and gross an excellent $75 million so far. Also, TRANSFORMERS 3, a science fiction about space faring giant beings grossed $145 million in that country. I think Fox should  push for PROMETHEUS to be released in China where the space program has become a recent technological milestone for the people there.
  9. bleau
    ^^^ That sounds really good to me. Also there will be home video rentals and sales on top of that. I can't see how a sequel wouldn't get made, when all is said and done.


    Also like to know what territories it has to open up in??? I think Japan, China?
  10. Gazz
    It could make a bit in Japan, but the other territories won't do huge business.  It might get to $300m.

    Yeah, unless it does what it did in the UK I can see it making about $30 million give or take from those 4 territories (that is judging on the performance of the most recent films in those locations).

    But I'd say there's still $15-$17 million left in the domestic box office to gain (looking at the decline with other films) and another $20 million overseas before any of those territories open. I don't think $300 million will be hard to get to but i do think it'll be the last milestone the film crosses.
  11. SuicideDoors
    Yeah, Alien Resurrection is a good example, tanked domestically, smashed it overseas, took SEVEN years for the franchise to return (in the form of a spin-off not a continuation).
    I think you missed the point of SM bringing up Resurrection. Alien 3 did a poor job domestically, smashed it internationally, and got us Resurrection.

    And it took seven years to go from Alien to Aliens.

    Of course, my bad!
  12. SM
    It could make a bit in Japan, but the other territories won't do huge business.  It might get to $300m.

    Based on that I can't imagine we'll get a sequel straightaway.  At least not without a reduced budget.
  13. bleau
    Well by looking and thinking about those^ figures/dollars, it looks as if it will be close to making decent profit. Someone said something about it having a few more markets to open up in. That could maybe help it get to 300 mil world wide total. I'd say we'll get a sequel somewhere down the road, maybe four or five years.
  14. SM
    Yus.

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    There is a good possibility that the budget is lower then 110 because  I remember hearing that Ridley and co got tax breaks for production. IDK what marketing and all that cost? Anyway the film looks to be doing good at bo. Anytime you can double your money is good, right?

    It's better than not doubling your money, but it's not exactly blockbuster either.

    Budget is reportedly $120-130m.  Conservatively speaking chuck on another $50m for promotions, then (also conservatively) add another $50m to the box office for home media and other merch.
  15. SiL
    Yeah, Alien Resurrection is a good example, tanked domestically, smashed it overseas, took SEVEN years for the franchise to return (in the form of a spin-off not a continuation).
    I think you missed the point of SM bringing up Resurrection. Alien 3 did a poor job domestically, smashed it internationally, and got us Resurrection.

    And it took seven years to go from Alien to Aliens.
  16. bleau
    There is a good possibility that the budget is lower then 110 because  I remember hearing that Ridley and co got tax breaks for production. IDK what marketing and all that cost? Anyway the film looks to be doing good at bo. Anytime you can double your money is good, right?
  17. SuicideDoors
    Yeah, Alien Resurrection is a good example, tanked domestically, smashed it overseas, took SEVEN years for the franchise to return (in the form of a spin-off not a continuation). It's not that Fox won't care that Prometheus is on course for $200mill internationally, it's just that they'll receive 40-50% of it after they've paid off the theatres etc.
  18. SM
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    Really? Holy crap. It seriously did that well? I always thought it bombed massively.

    Bombed critically.

    Had the benefit of being a cheap production though, thus making it easier to make it's money back.

    Quote
    It's funny people have been using this argument for almost decades on the INTERNET.
    "The Majority" of rotten tomatoes/IMDB is part of the "Minority" on the INTERNET.

    It's not funny at all.
    After box office, those stats on places like IMDB and RT give an overall consensus on how a film was recieved by critics and punters (assuming there's enough votes for it to be legit).  It's somethnig that's quantifiable.

    What's funny is people falling back on non-quantifiable anecdotal bullshit like "I didn't like [film x] and neither did my friends, therefore everyone didn't like it".

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    Overseas profit means nothing in terms for sequels.

     :laugh:
    Alien Resurrection says "Hi".
  19. KongHyped006
    108million? The movie should be a failure in Fox's eyes. Overseas profit means nothing in terms for sequels. It cost 120 - 130 Budget wise. You gotta make that back in the U.S. Ridley Scott HAS to direct it to. I doubt he has any plans.

    Whatever. AvP make 80mil domestic. Lol.
  20. Darth Vile
    I'm not one for hankering after pointless sequels... but I'm not sure where you are getting your facts from??? Box office returns are very, very good and the movie has a very healthy A.I from aundiences and critics.

    Well, outside of the alien/ridley fanboy sphere let me assure you that a lot of people are tearing the movie apart.

    About the numbers i can't tell since i'm not familiar with fox's financial balance, but according to past box office history,
    those numbers are at best decent, but far from huge success.

    I hope we get a sequel, and that they won't make the same mistakes.


     
    Look at the user rating for imdb and rotten tomatoes, the majority is positive, stop projecting your own dislike and calling it the majority, your opinion is worth no more than anyone elses.

    It's funny people have been using this argument for almost decades on the INTERNET.
    "The Majority" of rotten tomatoes/IMDB is part of the "Minority" on the INTERNET.
    I can't think of a friend who vote there or even know its existence and even if I know both of them, I don't vote.  ::)
    Those websites mostly concentrates as fan service and infos that any casual wouldn't dare to try searching.
    Sure it's not only that, but it's definitely not a "majority" as a whole.
    I can't speak for IMDB, but Rotten Tomatoes aggregates numerous media/periodical reviews. So whilst it can't guarantee anything in terms of actual quality, it can at least give you a high level review consensus.
  21. Le Celticant
    I'm not one for hankering after pointless sequels... but I'm not sure where you are getting your facts from??? Box office returns are very, very good and the movie has a very healthy A.I from aundiences and critics.

    Well, outside of the alien/ridley fanboy sphere let me assure you that a lot of people are tearing the movie apart.

    About the numbers i can't tell since i'm not familiar with fox's financial balance, but according to past box office history,
    those numbers are at best decent, but far from huge success.

    I hope we get a sequel, and that they won't make the same mistakes.


     
    Look at the user rating for imdb and rotten tomatoes, the majority is positive, stop projecting your own dislike and calling it the majority, your opinion is worth no more than anyone elses.

    It's funny people have been using this argument for almost decades on the INTERNET.
    "The Majority" of rotten tomatoes/IMDB is part of the "Minority" on the INTERNET.
    I can't think of a friend who vote there or even know its existence and even if I know both of them, I don't vote.  ::)
    Those websites mostly concentrates as fan service and infos that any casual wouldn't dare to try searching.
    Sure it's not only that, but it's definitely not a "majority" as a whole.
  22. Darth Vile
    I'm not one for hankering after pointless sequels... but I'm not sure where you are getting your facts from??? Box office returns are very, very good and the movie has a very healthy A.I from aundiences and critics.

    Well, outside of the alien/ridley fanboy sphere let me assure you that a lot of people are tearing the movie apart.

    About the numbers i can't tell since i'm not familiar with fox's financial balance, but according to past box office history,
    those numbers are at best decent, but far from huge success.

    I hope we get a sequel, and that they won't make the same mistakes.
    There really isn't that many people 'tearing it apart'... and as far as box office is concerned - the studio are really only interested in the bottom line i.e. profit. I can assure you that Fox are happy with how well Prometheus is performing and the fact that they are well into very good profit territory now (excluding potential dvd/Blu-Ray sales... and the usual 'back-catalogue' business a new movie brings).
  23. Divpax
    I'm not one for hankering after pointless sequels... but I'm not sure where you are getting your facts from??? Box office returns are very, very good and the movie has a very healthy A.I from aundiences and critics.

    Well, outside of the alien/ridley fanboy sphere let me assure you that a lot of people are tearing the movie apart.

    About the numbers i can't tell since i'm not familiar with fox's financial balance, but according to past box office history,
    those numbers are at best decent, but far from huge success.

    I hope we get a sequel, and that they won't make the same mistakes.


     
    Look at the user rating for imdb and rotten tomatoes, the majority is positive, stop projecting your own dislike and calling it the majority, your opinion is worth no more than anyone elses.
  24. Gazz
    Hell I would say it's the fanboy sphere that's been most divisive in regards to the film. Mixed-positive seems to be the overall response outside of the nerd-base I would say. At least where I am but then the film is way over performing over here (it's 3rd best of the year at the box office film here in the UK).

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    those numbers are at best decent, but far from huge success.

    That's exactly what I would call these numbers. Decent for the series and rating but it's no runaway train at the box office.
  25. Promethée
    I'm not one for hankering after pointless sequels... but I'm not sure where you are getting your facts from??? Box office returns are very, very good and the movie has a very healthy A.I from aundiences and critics.

    Well, outside of the alien/ridley fanboy sphere let me assure you that a lot of people are tearing the movie apart.

    About the numbers i can't tell since i'm not familiar with fox's financial balance, but according to past box office history,
    those numbers are at best decent, but far from huge success.

    I hope we get a sequel, and that they won't make the same mistakes.


     
  26. Anonymous User
    I have the impression that actually the box office is driven more by the repeat viewers than new ones. No wonder that Prometheus is doing well as the audience keeps coming back to watch it to connect the dots left by the script writer  :laugh:
  27. Alien³
    I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel. I want a sequel.
  28. Gazz
    My own stupid fault but I meant failures in terms of public reception (at least in Fox's eyes according to the documentaries) and have used that phrase earlier in the thread. If each one would have bombed there wouldn't be any such sequels. However the sequels had been slowly declining in box office since Alien 3 with AvP providing a slight blip. And although AvP-R tripled it's meagre budget it still dropped half of it's domestic potential from AvP ($80 million vs $41 million).

    I saw Prometheus as an attempt to reinvigorate a franchise that public no longer thought of as being quality (as with Batman Begins) but nonetheless this doesn't change that much like Fox are doing with X Men, the Alien series is a franchise that Fox have always pushed on with. Also that Prometheus has posted the best domestic tally since Alien 3 when adjusted for inflation. The box office is also not yet up with key territories such as Germany, Italy, Spain and Japan yet to open. $260 million is the current total but far from final.

    This whole comparing against total budget and advertising costs has become an entirely new thing altogether. Films like X Men First Class and Star Trek wouldn't be receiving sequels if that was truly the case. Also, it seems to be forgetting that a portion of the advertising budget goes towards sub sections of the same media empire (fox owned magazines, newspapers, television channels, cinemas etc.). I guess people are too concerned twisting the stats to make something sound overly positive/ negative than it seems.

    I mean if we look at X Men First Class we see a film that cost $30 million more than Prometheus and ended with a total gross that won't be all that far off ($350 million). This is despite having a PG13 rating and a profitable series behind it.

    Prometheus is an R Rated adult sci fi film following 4 consecutive failures and is essentially the reboot of a series that has never really been the cash cow people seem to think it is. Even with it's "disappointing" domestic box office performance Prometheus is the 3rd highest grossing film in a 7 film series. And that's after adjusting for inflation. It's no runaway success but it'll be into profit by the time the home market release comes about and Fox have always wanted to push the series forward (just as they are doing X-Men despite Wolverine and First Class hitting similar numbers in relation to their budgets). I don't see why a sequel is out of reach in the slightest.

    AvP was actually a big success. I read articles about how it was one of Fox's most profitable films of 2004. It's budget was actually only $45mill, Anderson's a master craftsman in terms of making small look big.

    Everywhere I read I see AvP's budget as being $70 million. I also remember reading around the time that one of the sets burnt down during an explosion though that could have just been fluff.

    That's a figure pulled out of thin air (I've seen it quoted as that too). But in actuality it cost relatively little for a mid-size blockbuster. Anderson says on the AvP commentary "it cost less than Alien 3" and there's a Variety article somewhere where a Fox exec sings it's praises and quotes "45". Plus, it was filmed in Prague, which back in 2004 was cheap as f**k.

    But is that cheaper than Alien 3 when adjusted for inflation (A3 had a $50 million budget in 92) . Honestly, I'm all up for placing my faith in that but I can't find any box office or film stat website that quotes the budget anything under $60 million.
  29. Darth Vile
    Honestly Greenlighting a sequel is quite a tough decision on this one.
    the numbers are not so good, and let's be honest the majority of feedbacks are negative.

    Even if Prometheus turns a decent profit (i'm not sure it will), a sequel is very likely to bomb.

    I'm not one for hankering after pointless sequels... but I'm not sure where you are getting your facts from??? Box office returns are very, very good and the movie has a very healthy A.I from aundiences and critics.
  30. SuicideDoors
    My own stupid fault but I meant failures in terms of public reception (at least in Fox's eyes according to the documentaries) and have used that phrase earlier in the thread. If each one would have bombed there wouldn't be any such sequels. However the sequels had been slowly declining in box office since Alien 3 with AvP providing a slight blip. And although AvP-R tripled it's meagre budget it still dropped half of it's domestic potential from AvP ($80 million vs $41 million).

    I saw Prometheus as an attempt to reinvigorate a franchise that public no longer thought of as being quality (as with Batman Begins) but nonetheless this doesn't change that much like Fox are doing with X Men, the Alien series is a franchise that Fox have always pushed on with. Also that Prometheus has posted the best domestic tally since Alien 3 when adjusted for inflation. The box office is also not yet up with key territories such as Germany, Italy, Spain and Japan yet to open. $260 million is the current total but far from final.

    This whole comparing against total budget and advertising costs has become an entirely new thing altogether. Films like X Men First Class and Star Trek wouldn't be receiving sequels if that was truly the case. Also, it seems to be forgetting that a portion of the advertising budget goes towards sub sections of the same media empire (fox owned magazines, newspapers, television channels, cinemas etc.). I guess people are too concerned twisting the stats to make something sound overly positive/ negative than it seems.

    I mean if we look at X Men First Class we see a film that cost $30 million more than Prometheus and ended with a total gross that won't be all that far off ($350 million). This is despite having a PG13 rating and a profitable series behind it.

    Prometheus is an R Rated adult sci fi film following 4 consecutive failures and is essentially the reboot of a series that has never really been the cash cow people seem to think it is. Even with it's "disappointing" domestic box office performance Prometheus is the 3rd highest grossing film in a 7 film series. And that's after adjusting for inflation. It's no runaway success but it'll be into profit by the time the home market release comes about and Fox have always wanted to push the series forward (just as they are doing X-Men despite Wolverine and First Class hitting similar numbers in relation to their budgets). I don't see why a sequel is out of reach in the slightest.

    AvP was actually a big success. I read articles about how it was one of Fox's most profitable films of 2004. It's budget was actually only $45mill, Anderson's a master craftsman in terms of making small look big.

    Everywhere I read I see AvP's budget as being $70 million. I also remember reading around the time that one of the sets burnt down during an explosion though that could have just been fluff.

    That's a figure pulled out of thin air (I've seen it quoted as that too). But in actuality it cost relatively little for a mid-size blockbuster. Anderson says on the AvP commentary "it cost less than Alien 3" and there's a Variety article somewhere where a Fox exec sings it's praises and quotes "45". Plus, it was filmed in Prague, which back in 2004 was cheap as f**k.
  31. zoidy
    It is abundantly clear that Prometheus has been a success. It's both a financial success, earning more than they probably expected, and a critical success without having stellar reviews. I expect Fox are effing delighted with how it's gone.

    But for those who didn't get their personal pet Alien fantasy movie, nothing will ever make up for the crushing disappointment. *shrugs*  Live with it. Some of us are very happy with the movie and look forward to the (I suspect inevitable) sequel announcement.
  32. Gazz
    My own stupid fault but I meant failures in terms of public reception (at least in Fox's eyes according to the documentaries) and have used that phrase earlier in the thread. If each one would have bombed there wouldn't be any such sequels. However the sequels had been slowly declining in box office since Alien 3 with AvP providing a slight blip. And although AvP-R tripled it's meagre budget it still dropped half of it's domestic potential from AvP ($80 million vs $41 million).

    I saw Prometheus as an attempt to reinvigorate a franchise that public no longer thought of as being quality (as with Batman Begins) but nonetheless this doesn't change that much like Fox are doing with X Men, the Alien series is a franchise that Fox have always pushed on with. Also that Prometheus has posted the best domestic tally since Alien 3 when adjusted for inflation. The box office is also not yet up with key territories such as Germany, Italy, Spain and Japan yet to open. $260 million is the current total but far from final.

    This whole comparing against total budget and advertising costs has become an entirely new thing altogether. Films like X Men First Class and Star Trek wouldn't be receiving sequels if that was truly the case. Also, it seems to be forgetting that a portion of the advertising budget goes towards sub sections of the same media empire (fox owned magazines, newspapers, television channels, cinemas etc.). I guess people are too concerned twisting the stats to make something sound overly positive/ negative than it seems.

    I mean if we look at X Men First Class we see a film that cost $30 million more than Prometheus and ended with a total gross that won't be all that far off ($350 million). This is despite having a PG13 rating and a profitable series behind it.

    Prometheus is an R Rated adult sci fi film following 4 consecutive failures and is essentially the reboot of a series that has never really been the cash cow people seem to think it is. Even with it's "disappointing" domestic box office performance Prometheus is the 3rd highest grossing film in a 7 film series. And that's after adjusting for inflation. It's no runaway success but it'll be into profit by the time the home market release comes about and Fox have always wanted to push the series forward (just as they are doing X-Men despite Wolverine and First Class hitting similar numbers in relation to their budgets). I don't see why a sequel is out of reach in the slightest.

    AvP was actually a big success. I read articles about how it was one of Fox's most profitable films of 2004. It's budget was actually only $45mill, Anderson's a master craftsman in terms of making small look big.

    Everywhere I read I see AvP's budget as being $70 million. I also remember reading around the time that one of the sets burnt down during an explosion though that could have just been fluff.
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