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  1. Analysts Still See Disney Stock as a 'Buy' Despite 'John Carter' Loss

    7:08 am 3/20/2012

    "We view any pullback in the stock around this higher film loss as an enhanced buying opportunity," says Nomura analyst Michael Nathanson, but the stock didn't drop much in early trading.Read more

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  2. 'Battleship' Director Pete Berg on 'John Carter' Star Taylor Kitsch: 'He's Got the Right Stuff'

    4:03 pm 3/19/2012

    Despite Disney's announcement that "John Carter" effectively bombed at the box office, Kitsch's director on his next blockbuster insists he's capable of commanding movies of any size.Read more

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  3. 'John Carter' Will Cost Disney $200 Million in Operating Losses

    1:39 pm 3/19/2012

    As a result of the catastrophic performance of the Mars-set action film, the studio should lose as much as $120 million in the quarter.Read more

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  4. ‘Turkish For Beginners’ Ends ‘Intouchables’ German Box Office Reign

    2:10 am 3/19/2012

    French laffer pushed into second place but still ahead of “John Carter.”Read more

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  5. Foreign Box Office: 'John Carter' Repeats as No. 1 for Second Consecutive Weekend But Slips in Key Overseas Markets

    1:13 pm 3/18/2012

    "21 Jump Street" sparks offshore action while "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" jumps to No. 2; "Journey 2" hits $300 million worldwide while "Mission: Impossible" grosses more than $100 million in China.Read more

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  6. Box Office Report: '21 Jump Street' Wins Weekend Crown With Record $35 Mil

    8:05 am 3/18/2012

    UPDATED: The Jonah Hill-Channing Tatum film adaptation of the classic TV show scores the top opening ever for a nonsummer, nonsequel R-rated comedy; New Line and Warner Bros.' "Journey 2" crosses $300 million worldwide.Read more

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  7. Box Office Report: '21 Jump Street' Wins Friday With $13.1 Mil, Dethrones 'Lorax'

    8:20 am 3/17/2012

    The R-rated comedy is headed for a stellar $34 million to $36 million weekend if business holds up; Disney's ill-fated "John Carter" falls 60 percent on its second Friday.Read more

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  8. 'John Carter' Debacle: Inside the Fallout for Disney (Analysis)

    5:00 am 3/15/2012

    The sci-fi debacle opens up new questions about the studio's weak pipeline and overall movie strategy.Read more

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  9. Analyst: Disney's 'John Carter' Write-Down 'May Not Be as Bad as Feared'

    5:42 am 3/14/2012

    

Janney's Tony Wible says the writedown of the expensive film may only end up being around $53 million, and it could even end up profitable in a best-case scenario.

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  10. Disney Shareholders Elect Board Nominees; Bob Iger Talks 'Muppets' Sequel, 'Avatar' Theme Park Land

    9:59 am 3/13/2012

    At the company's annual meeting, CEO Bob Iger also talks "Newsies," "Phineas and Ferb," "Pirates" and "Cars" -- but not so much of "John Carter"Read more

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