‘Justice League’ Financial Projections, New ‘Deadpool’ Teaser Drops and More! – ComicCorp News

Justice League Opening Projections – The “Justice League” film is opening up this week, and it’s looking like it’ll open to extremely strong numbers. Deadline is reporting that The League will debut with $110 million – $120 million at the US box office and anywhere from $215 million – $235 million overseas. That means a worldwide debut of $325 million – $355 million. We’ll have to see how this film actually does, as these are strictly projections.

Deadpool 2 Teaser Drops – A teaser for “Deadpool 2” has dropped today and it features Deadpool doing his best Bob Ross impersenation and it’s not too shabby. We get a few fast paced clips of the movie but nothing concrete. There’s a rumor that a full trailer will release with “Justice League” but we’ll see.

Galaxy Quest Update – Paul Scheer, who’s handling the writing duty for the upcoming “Galaxy Quest” t.v. series, has reveled some details on the project, saying;

Right now, I just handed in my first script to Amazon, so I’m in that zone. I’m excited about it. It’s a bigger idea that’s kind of morphed and changed a little bit. Not much. The thing I keep on saying about it, without giving too much away – because it’s going to be so long before people get to see it, I don’t want people to get too burnt out on me telling you what it’s about before it gets to that point – but for me, it was really important to do service to a Galaxy Quest story that gives you everything that you want and indoctrinates people who have never seen Galaxy Quest into what the fun of that world is. That Tropic Thunder, Galaxy Quest world. And also to continue the story of our original characters and have consequences from the first film.

…So it is mixing two casts. It’s separate kind of adventures that kind of merge, and I’m looking at this first season not as episodic, but as a serialized story. So, the only way I’ve been looking at it is, using everything from the first movie and making the reasons for everything not just – I want to avoid anything that could be viewed as a reboot for reboot’s sake. There are real reasons behind these choices – maybe too much so.

Quick Hits – “Gambit” has hired Jess Gonchor to work as the films Production Designer. Rotten Tomatoes has given “Justice League” a 48%, but this is without the international reviews.