Rumor has it that on December 17th, 2010 we’ll see several big openings. says that Tron 2.0, The Green Hornet along with Yogi Bear and the Smurfs will be released on that day. Can you imagine the competition if all four of those movies get released on the same day?

I think that’ll get changed before the movies actually open, but I have to admit if all four of those films opened on the same day I’d be torn on which one I’d go see. Most people would tell you Tron would win out, but I’m sure Yogi or Smurfs could take the box office as well. Christmas time, kids movie, it could happen.

I’m looking forward to all of those movies, well except Yogi because I haven’t seen anything on that. Assuming that Yogi Bear isn’t some terrible CGI rendition though, I’d probably go see that too. Even if these release dates get shuffled around a little bit, it looks like December could be a big month for movie releases.

6 Responses to Biggest Opening Day Ever?

  • Gilltron says:

    I can’t wait for Tron or Green Hornet both seem like they will be amazing films, Yogi Bear and the Smurfs can both be great or terrible adaptations like Alvin and the Chipmunks.

  • Kyle says:

    I doubt they’ll all end up opening the same day. If they did it would end up pretty crazy. I didn’t even know they were making a new Tron or a Yogi movie.

  • Michael says:

    I have seen nothing for the films and am thus uninterested at the moment. If I watch any, it will probably be on video. It takes a lot to get me to go to the theater now.

  • DrNightmare says:

    Whoa, are we getting a live-action Smurfs movie? Can you imagine how creepy that will be? Bunch of hunky bare-chested blue-skinned dudes with only one hot babe among them?

    Did I say creepy? I meant sexy, lol.

  • Michael says:

    There was an SNL skit that was a fake trailer for a live action Smurfs film. It was pretty funny. It imagined the theme song being performed by Celine Dion and made the film seem like a drama.

  • Joel says:

    I don’t know, are ANY of these potential box office smashes? Yogi or Smurfs might do pretty well with the younger set, along the lines of something like that Alvin & the Chipmunks live-action/CGI hybrid flick.

    Green Hornet will probably do decently thanks to Seth Rogen, who is not entirely overexposed just yet (although he’s reaching that point). I’d say it takes the weekend if people aren’t sick of him.

    And Tron? Is Tron really going to do that well? It’s Atari-age kitsch. I know it appeals to male nerds of a certain age, but I can’t imagine there’s a lot of high school kids lining up for Tron.

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