Moviegazoo - Thor: Ragnarok Expected To Lose $300 Million In Opening Week Due To Illegal Downloads

All the major Torrent Networks (Key Up-loaders) seem to have this film on their radar. And bootleg copies of Thor: Ragnarok should make their way to the internet within hours of the film opening in Russia, India and China.
By: Moviegazoo Mobile
NEW YORK - Nov. 1, 2017 - PRLog -- "With International ticket sales accounting for more than 50% of a film's revenue, more and more Studios are choosing to open their films in international markets before opening them in the U.S.   But Russia, India and China will lead the way when it comes to illegal downloads; three countries that we have in our Bootleg Red Zone.

While this film has been on our schedule for a while we still have been monitoring the Torrent Forums.  And everyone seems to have this film on their Download Radar!  Quality wise, the first copy uploaded to the internet will be bad, but will improve as the film is released in new markets until you can download a clear DVD Quality movie.   But no matter how bad the copy is, it won't stop people from downloading it, and sharing it.

With Thor: Ragnarok being the first major franchise movie being released this holiday season, it should make a ton of money. But, it could become the first film to lose more than $300 million in illegal downloads." said Vince Charles Moulterie II, Founder and Chief Designer of Moviegazoo Mobile.


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