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Does Alison Herman not understand how Hollywood revenue works? The movie cost $144M to make (using rebates, mind you), meaning that after marketing this movie needed to make $300M to BREAK EVEN — Paul Feig admitted as much in several interviews (while also stating that it’d be embarrassing if they made less than $500M…).

Yes, this movie is a flop, and it’s not just perception.

Did The Ringer and Bill Simmons just give up on hiring journalistic talent?

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