Disney’s ‘Strange World’ On Track To Lose $100 Million

  • “Normally this time of year, a Disney family film is the big draw,” Paul Dergarabedian, a senior Comscore analyst, explained. “It shows we’re still recovering and adapting to the constraints of the pandemic.”
  • But whether people are, as Dergarabedian suggested, still slow to get out in the numbers that they might have pre-pandemic or they simply were not interested in this particular offering, the end result is the same: the people aren’t flocking to see “Strange World.”
  • Variety’s estimate, based on the lack of buzz surrounding the film’s release — coupled with reviews that aren’t likely to bring more viewers in — is that “Strange World” will fall far short of the $360 million Disney needs to just break even.
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