Can’t wait to see John Carter? Don’t be so sure that the wait is “oh all so” worth it. Critics have found a lot of technical flaws in the Martian adventure films. But that is not for us plain viewers to talk of. Let’s get going on the aspect side. The techniques have cost a whopping amount and yet as a response to that, financial analysts from the Wall Street media segment have come to report saying that John Carter will in rough estimation see a loss of $ 100 million USD to $ 165 million USD. Why must this apparent disaster take place? Well, an entertainment analyst from Cowen and Co. has come to say that moviegoers may not be able to identify with a Civil war hero who is magically transported to mars.
Walt Disney Studios’ John Carter even has the dreadful possibility to see itself eclipsed by the 2nd weekend running numbers of a comparatively way more successful 3 D animated movie Dr. Seuss’ the Lorax. John Carter is actually based on a more than a century old text by Edgar Rice Burroughs. He is , if you haven’t already figured that out, the creator of Tarzan.