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John answers viewers questions about director Brad Birds comments surrounding original films.
Samir Amari writes, Brad Bird did an interview where he said he thought Edge of Tomorrow would have done better at the box office if it had been a sequel or a franchise film and that audiences don’t go out to support original films. He was saying that’s why a lot of studios are afraid to do a lot of original (or non-franchise) movies. Do you agree or disagree with him?