How much money did The Nutcracker and the Four Realms cost?
With a $130 million budget and a $20 million opening “Nutcracker and the Four Realms” is shaping up to be one of 2018’s biggest bombs.
Is The Nutcracker and the 4 realms a Christmas movie?
One of Disney’s previous theatrical holiday releases, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, was released on November 2, 2018. The film’s title and story come from the classic tale The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, which was adapted into the ballet The Nutcracker, often put on during the Christmas season.
Who plays Mary in The Nutcracker?
Plot. Mary’s (Elle Fanning) seemingly dull Christmas is suddenly filled with excitement and adventure following the arrival of her Uncle Albert (Nathan Lane), who gives her a Nutcracker as a gift.
How do you become Clara in The Nutcracker?
Clara is typically a Level IV student and must be under 5’2” to audition. Both Samrawit and Kendra could audition again next year; Eden Anan performed as Clara in both the 2015 premiere and the 2016 Pacific Northwest Ballet production of “The Nutcracker.”
When did the nutcracker come out in 3D?
The Nutcracker in 3D (released on DVD as The Nutcracker: The Untold Story) is a 2010 British-Hungarian 3D Christmas musical fantasy thriller film adapted from the ballet The Nutcracker.
What was the budget for the Nutcracker movie?
So — spitball math alert — if the film earns around $55m in what amounts to a 100% overseas debut and a $75m worldwide opening, the film will need a whopping 4.3x global multiplier to snag a $325m worldwide cume or around 2.5x of its $130m budget. That’s not impossible, but it’s unlikely.
Which is bigger The Nutcracker or the Four Realms?
First, while The Nutcracker may be a popular (or well-known) ballet, it has never spawned a hit movie. Just The Four Realms ’ $20m debut makes it 9.43x bigger than the next-biggest Nutcracker movie (sans inflation).
Why was The Nutcracker not a big hit?
If Nutcracker had been a big hit, that would have been noteworthy and a huge boon to the notion that Disney as a brand was strong enough to sell any live-action fairy tale. But it wasn’t, and it continues Disney’s interesting streak of essentially having the biggest hits and the biggest bombs of the year.