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New Will Smith Movie Gemini Man Is A Flop, Will Lose $75 Million - Report 1

The new Will Smith motion film Gemini Man is predicted to lose many hundreds of thousands of {dollars}. According The Hollywood Reporter, Gemini Man may lose $75 million or extra following a sluggish begin on the field workplace.

Gemini Man solely made $20.5 million million within the US and Canada over its October 11-13 opening weekend. Worldwide, it is made $118.7 million to date. That is some huge cash, however the movie had a reported manufacturing price range of $138 million along with $100 million or extra in advertising prices.

The excellent news, if it may be referred to as that, is that Gemini Man’s anticipated losses shall be unfold all through not less than 4 totally different firms. The film was financed by Skydance Media, Paramount Pictures, Fosun, and Alibaba. Paramount and Skydance funded 35 % every, with the China-based Fosun and Alibaba making up the remaining 30 % (25 % from Fosun and 5 % from Alibaba, in response to THR’s sources).

As THR notes, Paramount’s losses on the mission shall be mitigated by the price it will get because the film’s distributor. Fosun is distributing Gemini Man in China.

Gemini Man did not rating the very best opinions from critics, although it was praised by some for its technical work with the digital de-ageing of Will Smith and its very excessive 120 FPS body price. In the film, Smith performs a hitman whose youthful clone is out to kill him.

The film was directed by Oscar winner Ang Lee, who beforehand made Hulk (2003), Brokeback Mountain (2005), and Life of Pi (2012).

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