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Working Title vs. Warp X

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Mr. Go

on 16 November 2012

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Transcript of Working Title vs. Warp X

DDouble click anywhere & add an idea Opened on 512 screens in its opening weekend in the UK, which is more screens than any UK film that week.
Simultaneously released in a number of European countries and due to be released in others over the next coupe of weeks.
Opened in America in August Did a 2 week run on 1 screen at the ICA in London.
Also released in Germany, but otherwise it has only screened at festivals.
DVD released in June. Production Nanny McPhee & the Big Bang is the sequel to the relatively successful Nanny McPhee (2005). The production budget is not known but , but the first in the series cost between £15-23 million. Alongside Emma Thompson, the film also stars Maggie Gyllenhaal (The Dark Knight and Oscar nominated for Crazy Heart), Maggue Smith, Ralph Fiennes, Rhys Ifans and Bill Bailey. While not disclosed, one can safely assume that the film cost was an 8 digit figure (i.e. at least £10 million) She, A Chinese was one of Warp X's more interesting projects- no clear genre and their only film to date not in English. There are no known actors so it's selling point was that the director Xialu Guo was a reasonably well known novelist. The budget has not been revealed but it is believed to be around £400,000 Distribution Working Title & Warp X
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