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Charles
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Walt Disney's "The Wild" will be released nationwide tomorrow, April 14. Let's have a quick survey to see how close the 1 day voting community comes to predicting what its box office take will be for the weekend.

Poll closes at 11:59 PM Friday evening LA time.

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This poll contains 1 question(s). 18 user(s) have voted.
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Voting stopped at board time.
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bronnie
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Box Office Mojo estimates about 9.6 mil for the weekend, coming in at #4.

http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=wild.htm

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oogieboogie
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Ouch!
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E. Allen
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Oh, crap. At a loss for words.
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Charles
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Here's the results from this quick survey.

With 18 votes cast:

Less than $15 mil - 33% (6)
$16-$20 mil - 33% (6)
$21-$25 mil - 17% (3)
$41-$45 mil - 11% (2)
$26-$30 mil- 6% (1)

The rest of the categories up to the last one (more than $55 mil) had no votes cast.

Looks like the voters in this poll called it with some accuracy. There was a definite lean towards low numbers. Thanks for participating.

The production of these almost carbon copy films between Disney and DreamWorks has been a major issue on AN and within the community for years, going back to the founding of the site. It hurts the studios and the industry. Hopefully now that a changing of the guard is taking place, we'll see less of this practice and more of an emphasis on individually unique productions that don't cross each other's paths.

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