Firstly let's not go down the rabbit hole of you attempting to guess what I want to see or don't want to see, "fluffy" or otherwise? OK?According to wiki the JL lost $60 million overall add the $70 they gave him and how do you know it’s not paid off, it was released less than a week ago are you privy to the accounts of WB and HBO max? And WW84 has obviously lost more $100 is greater than $60 last time I looked. You obviously don’t like Snyder and want maybe a more fluffy Marvel take on DC, I much prefer the darker story he brought to the universe and would love for him to continue, but no doubt WB will just try to copy Marvel and it won’t work because they have no overall vision of where to take their franchise unlike Marvel.
Also, please don't attempt to embroil me anything so childish as some sort of Marvel vs DC nonsense. Taking sides with a comic book company is not something that grown-ups tend to get involved with.
Once again 'WW84' may have lost more money in box office terms, but that must be balanced against it's budget and 'Justice League's budget and losses in order to calculate which was the bigger financial underperformer for Warner. Then you need to factor in other expenditure, such as promotional costs, etc, all of which have to be recouped at the box office. For example, Warner had an international promotions budget of $150 million for 'Justice League'. That's 3/4 (!) of the budget for filming 'WW84'. Anyway I'll leave you grab a calculator and have fun with all of that.
I've already answered your other points elsewhere, but I'll do you the courtesy of answering again.
I don't know which ""wiki" you used, but Warner's break even point for 'Justice League' was $750 million and it missed this target by £93 million - that's significantly more than your "wiki" figure.
And no, I'm not privvy to Warner's accounting, but Warner is privvy to it. If their gamble with the Snyder cut looked like it was paying off, then I'm sure that you wouldn't have been reading this a few days ago...
WB Says No DCEU SnyderVerse Future Plans Despite Justice League Popularity
And, just like I'm not privvy to their accounting, you're not privvy to what Warner's "overall vision" is for the future of their DC properties. Or perhaps I'm mistaken and you do have the skinny on this. If so, then please do share.
Likewise you are in no position to say if DC were to "copy Marvel" (whatever that means), whether that would work or not.
Ziss is vot vee scientists call "Wild, unfounded speculation".
Now you can continue to come back at me repeatedly with an endless stream of "but, but but"s and "what if"s, but that cannot change the fact that Warner have stated emphatically that the Snyderverse ends with the Snydercut. Only Warner can change that decision. I can't. So, lobby Warner on that one, not me.
Now, I've patiently answered every point you've raised as comprehensively as I can, so now I'm going to ask you to answer something for me.
In our original posts that started this exchange, you stated...
"WB are saying it didn't do very well, in fact worse than WW84! I call bull and they just don’t want to look bad.."
"They don’t want to admit they are wrong in what they did with Snyder, the egos at play are massive, just look at how they are dealing with the Cyborg/Whedon issue. If they gave the green light to a Snyder sequel it would show them up."
So, you're claiming that claiming that Warner have halted any further excursions into Snyderland, simply so as to not have to admit they were "wrong", are trying to save face and are attempting to cover this up with sundry excuses, etc.
So my question to you is, can you provide us with any evidence for these conclusions? Are you indeed "privvy" to the inner decision making in the Warner board room?
If so, please do share.