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Simpsons Movie Takes in Over $70 Million

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Simpsons Movie Takes in Over $70 Million#1
Posted: 7/29/07 at 2:47pm
Domestically.

per BoxOfficeMojo.com
Updated On: 7/29/07 at 02:47 PM
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Woo-hoo!
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It did more in it's first day than the studio thought it would all weekend.
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Awesome! And, to quote the movie, "sequel?"
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BAHAHAHAHAHA YES!

My former boss told us all before we started "Simpsons is going to bomb! That trailer wasn't funny!" IN YO FACE, MUTHAF*CKAAAAA!
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Woahhhh, that's awesome.
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Are you all participating in its profits? Otherwise, why would you care?
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Yes, I am a recipient of profits.
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Then congratulations!
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I don't know why anyone would be surprised by this? It is one of the most beloved and watched sitcoms of all time.
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Yeah but the overall consensus is that it's past its prime.
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Yes ofcourse it is past its prime, but it still is a huge film version that any Simpsons fan would want to see. (which is virtually everyone)
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I am glad, it was a hilarious movie!! Well worth the price of admission!
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re: Simpsons Movie Takes in Over $70 Million#13
Posted: 7/29/07 at 11:36pm
Profits = happy filmmakers. Happy filmmakers = the potential for more (hopefully great) movies. More (hopefully great) movies = happy audience. Happy audience = profits. See, big circle in which everyone wins.
Hi, Shirley Temple Pudding.