1. Every Player pays $20 into the pot and is given $100 fake to bid with.
2. The selected movies are bid on in order of release date and alphabetically.
3. The winner is the person who has the highest combined gross of their selections by the end of the game.
Rankings (Gross & Value)
|Rank||Name||Total Gross||Total $ Spent||Purchases Movies|
Weekend Movie Rankings
|Rank||Movie Title||Wknd Gross Income||Total Gross Income||Owner||Notes|
|1||Glass||$46,504,950||$46,504,950||Chris V.||Opening Weekend|
|2||The Upside||$15,006,464||$43,319,903||Not in Draft|
|4||Dragon Ball Super: Broly||$20,230,235||$20,230,235||Not in Draft|
|5||Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse||$7,570,269||$158,571,654||Chris O.|
This is it! The last movie of the draft has been released... to luke-warm reception. I don't know what the general buzz is about "Glass", but I feel like it's middling. $46.5M is nothing to scoff at for this type of movie. Chris V is still more than $20M away from catching Clayton, but it is possible.
|MOVIE TITLE||RELEASE DATE||OWNER||PRICE||THEATERS|
|Captain Marvel||March 8, 2019||Nationwide|
This is gonna be a big one, especially since "Captain Marvel"is canon with the whole Avengers... timeline? I don't know. I'm just an old man who is worried about Disney taking over cinemas. Soon enough you won't be able to see a movie on the big screen that isn't Disney. Everything else will be bought/made by digital distributors. It's going to be an odd next five or so years. What were we talking about? I don't remember. Let's come back to this in a month or so.