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Posted by Stuart OConnor | Sun, 26/04/2015 - 20:58

Furious 7 still first as Avengers: Age Of Ultron sets international territories alight

By Rich Matthews

This was always going to be a quiet weekend at the domestic box office, with most studios take a breather before the summer kicks off in earnest next weekend with the US bow of Disney/Marvel's mega-blockbuster sequel Avengers: Age Of Ultron. So it's no surprise that Universal's Furious 7 continued its winning pace to stay in pole position once again.

Adding $18.3m to take its homegrown total to $320.5m, Furious 7 is a bona fide juggernaut, heading towards $1.5bn at the worldwide box office. Its progress was stymied somewhat by the debut of the aforementioned superhero smorgasbord Age Of Ultron, which positively blasted away all comers with a breathtaking take of $201.2m, which is approximately 44 per cent ahead of the original Avengers – and that's only from 55 per cent of the market, placing first everywhere it opened. With a $215m domestic debut on the cards next weekend, Ultron could be staring down $1bn in less than 10 days on release.

The only new release who posed any kind of challenge to Furious 7 in the US was Blake Lively romantic fantasy The Age of Adeline, which looked like a genuine contender on Friday, when it won the top spot. Alas, the Lakeshore/Sidney Kimmel title dimmed on subsequent days and finished up third with $13.2m. And sitting stoically between Adaline and the FF gang, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, starring Kevin James, grossed $15.5m to come second, only dropping 35 per cent from its opening weekend to hit $44m all in ($54.1m worldwide). No other new title even made into the top 10.
That left, from four to 10, Dreamworks alien animation Home ($8.3m, $153.8m US, $281.1m worldwide), Universal low-budget horror Unfriended ($6.2m, $25.2m), Alex Garland's indie sci-fi indie breakout Ex Machina ($5.4m, $6.9m, $14m), Clint's son Scott Eastwood in The Longest Ride ($4.4m, $30.4m, $36.5m), Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart acting tough in prison comedy Get Hard ($3.9m, $84.1m, $99.8m), Disney nature doc Monkey Kingdom ($3.6m, $10.3m) and Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds chasing art in Woman In Gold ($3.5m, $21.6m, $25.5m).

Next weekend is all about how big Avengers: Age Of Ultron can be. The biggest three-day weekend at the US box office stands at just shy of $270m across all films – could Ultron be THAT big?

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Posted by Stuart OConnor | Mon, 06/04/2015 - 12:47

Furious 7 breaks all April records

By Rich Matthews

The latest instalment in the Fast & The Furious franchise, and Paul Walker's last film before his untimely death in a car accident, left Captain America: The Winter Soldier's April opening record of $95m in the dust. Screeching off the starting line with $143.6m domestic and $384m worldwide, Universal's Furious 7 – starring Vin Diesel, Walker, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Jason Statham – easily bested any other entry in the automotive series and was the biggest US opening since The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in November 2013. It was also the fourth highest worldwide opening behind Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2's $483.2m, Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince's $394.4m and The Avengers' $392.5m. And it still hasn't even opened in China yet (that has to wait until April 12).

This mammoth success builds on Universal's Fifty Shades Of Grey, which passed the $400m mark internationally this weekend to take its global gross to $566m. All in, the homegrown box office was up a hefty 31 per cent over last year and a gigantic 65 per cent over 2013. If it keeps up this frenetic pace, Furious 7 should zoom past Fast and Furious 6's worldwide gross of $789m – suddenly the studio's plan for at least three more entries in the franchise seems conservative. It's also safe to say that the summer blockbuster season now starts in April and the potential for Avengers: Age of Ultron on May 1 is massive indeed.

The only other new release that hit the top 10 was the Weinstein Company's Woman In Gold starring Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds at number seven with $2m, setting a per theatre average of $7,677m by providing canny counter-programming that appealed to the over-50s. A couple of other landmarks were crossed, with Disney's Kenneth Branagh-helmed live action version of Cinderella placing fourth with $10.3m ($167.3m US, $397.3m worldwide), ready to pass $400m globally on Monday, and The Divergent Series: Insurgent coming in fifth with $10m to pass $100m US ($103.4m, $223.6m worldwide).

At third, Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart's prison-themed comedy Get Hard took in a respectable $13m ($57m, $67.3m), while acclaimed horror film It Follows held on to come sixth ($2.5m, $8.5m). After Mirren and Reynolds at seven, the chart was rounded out by Matthew Vaughn's slow-burn hit comic-book adaptation Kingsman: The Secret Service ($1.7m, $122.3m, $369.8m), Christian propaganda flick Do You Believe? ($1.5m, $9.8m) and pensioner comedy drama sequel The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel ($1m, $30.1m, $73.4m).

Plenty opens in the rest of April – including Kevin James in sequel Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 and more low-key release Little Boy – but it's just a preamble for the arrival of Ultron, so expect Furious 7 to burn up the competition before May 1. Following hot on the heels of Ultron will be big buzz post-apocalyptic prequel Mad Max: Fury Road and Pitch Perfect 2 on May 15, and Disney's Brad Bird sci-fi blockbuster Tomorrowland and horror remake Poltergeist on May 22.

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Posted by Stuart OConnor | Sun, 29/03/2015 - 18:06

Home is where the cash is while Ferrell and Hart Get Hard at No.2

By Rich Matthews

Just when Dreamworks Animation needed another hit after The Penguins Of Madagascar was a write-off, a musical alien brings Home the bacon for Fox, thanks in part to the dulcet tones of Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, Steve Martin and The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons as the cuddly alien in question. Easily topping the domestic chart with $54m, Home also got off to a soaring global debut bringing home $101.5m opening. Domestic revenue was up a sizeable 10 per cent on the same weekend in 2014, in fact, with Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart's R-rated crime comedy Get Hard scoring a decent $34.6m, the largest R-rated opening for both stars.

Off that pace at number three was The Divergent Series: Insurgent, which took a tumble of 53 per cent to nab $22.1m and take its tally to $86.4m ($133.4m worldwide), while Kenneth Branagh's live action spin on Disney's classic Cinderella magicked up a further $17.5m to cross the $150m mark and climb to $281.1m globally. At five, acclaimed horror flick It Follows expanded nationwide to a 1,218, more than half of the films ahead of it, but it still managed to scare up $4m to add it is $800k total.

The back end of the chart, six to 10, saw Matthew Vaughn's stoic Kingsman: The Secret Service ($3.1m, $119.4m US, $302.3m worldwide) doggedly adding to its gross, Liam Neeson's stubborn Run All Night ($2.2m, $23.8m, $39m) running out of puff, the assorted oldies of ageing sequel The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel ($2.2m, $28m, $63m) staying past their sell-by date, religious flick Do You Believe? ($2.2m, $7.1m) losing faith, and Sean Penn resoundingly failing to be the new Neeson in The Gunman ($2m, $8.8m).

Next weekend summer starts early with Furious 7 roaring off the blockbuster grid to hopefully record-breaking levels and aiming to get a month's head start on Avengers: Age of Ultron on 1 May (23 April internationally).

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Posted by Stuart OConnor | Sun, 22/03/2015 - 18:06

Insurgent surges to top with $54m and $101m worldwide

By Rich Matthews

In an interesting turn of events for conventional franchise wisdom, Insurgent, the sequel to last year's young adult dystopian sci-fi Hunger Games-alike Divergent, opened to $54m, about half a million less than its predecessor, even though it opened on the exact same weekend. Usually, a sequel that's part of a known franchise either tops the first or falls well below, sealing the franchise's fate. But this is fairly flat - no real drop, but no gains.

Even though expectations are wildly different, it does make those insiders claiming that Avengers: Age Of Ultron will "only make the same" as the first Avengers seem more credible. However, all this performance anxiety remains purely a domestic woe, with Insurgent performing much better internationally than the first one, giving a great overall global start.

Meanwhile, the other two big releases of the week, Sean Penn going all Liam Neeson in Taken director Pierre Morel's The Gunman ($5m), and bible-bashing Do You Believe ($4m) both underperformed at fourth and sixth, respectively. Hell, Penn's attempt at doing the aging action dude schtick couldn't even beat Neeson's current lacklustre effort, Run All Night at third ($5.1m, $19.7m US, $26.3m worldwide). Betwixt those was Kenneth Branagh's Disney live action version of Cinderella ($34.5m, $122m, $253m), which means not only was it knocked off the top after only one week, but it is now lagging Maleficent at the same point, and Matthew Vaughn's spoof spy Mark Millar comic book adaptation Kingsman: The Secret Service ($4.6m, $114.6m, $283.9m), which continues its slow-burn to hit status.

The remainder of the chart, seven to 10: old fogie getaway fantasy The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel ($3.5m, $24.1m, $53m), Will Smith disappointment Focus ($3.3m, $49.4m, $107.1m), Neill Blomkamp's robot, er, disappointment Chappie ($2.7m, $28.4m, $71.6m) and cartoon franchise resuscitation flick The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out Of Water ($2.4m, $158.8m, $275m).

Next weekend should see another a change at the top as Kevin Hart teaches Will Ferrell to Get Hard (as in become tough, not the other thing) and Dreamworks latest animation Home dials up the charm offensive. Course, all of that will be academic come April 3, when Furious 7 is gonna leave the rest of the chart in its dust.

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Posted by Stuart OConnor | Sun, 15/03/2015 - 18:06

The shoe fits for Disney as Cinderella gets $132m from the worldwide ball

By Rich Matthews

Disney's Kenneth Branagh live-action reboot of Cinderella did go the ball at the US box office this weekend, grossing $70.1m to take its global opening up to $132.5m, and that's with some major international territories like the UK still to come. Disney was also celebrating Big Hero 6 passing How To Train Your Dragon 2 as the biggest animated film released in 2014 after make a late haul in China.

Speaking of which, Cinderella broke records in China as the highest-ever March opener with $25m, and even past last year's similarly themed Sleeping Beauty reimagining, Maleficent starring Angelina Jolie's $69.4m opening. That's mighty beginning for the $95m movie (a lot cheaper than Maleficent for a start), but no one will know for sure if it's actually down its release mate, an animated short that just happens to be called Frozen Fever... Certainly, the demos suggest it may have helped with 77 per cent of the audience being female, 56 per cent under the age of 25 and a frankly huge 44 per cent being under 18. Either way, Cinderella's race ahead of the rest of the pack jumped a recent slow box office up 16 on the same frame last year.

The only other new runner turned out to be well off the pace, however, with Liam Neeson's latest ageing dude actioner Run All Night limping to a meagre $11m, but still coming second in an otherwise still lame field. It marks the lowest opening of Neeson's recent glut of actioners and comes off the heels of his announcement that he will be quitting action movies altogether in a couple of years. His last effort, Taken 3, the final part of the trilogy from Luc Besson and Robert Mark Kamen, grossed $289.5m compared to the previous sequel's $376m.

The rest of the chart from three to 10 was more of the same – and probably the reason that Cinderella was so far in front – with Matthew Vaughn's stoically successful Kingsman: The Secret Service ($6.2m, $107.4m US, $257.7m global) at three, followed by Will Smith's fading Focus ($5.81m, $44.3m, $81m), then a Dev Patel one-two of Neill Blomkamp's problematic robot adventure Chappie ($5.8, $23.3m, $37m) and The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel ($5.7m, $18.1m, $39.1m), both in the same bracket of box office success but one a hit and the other, er, not (guess which way round!), then The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out Of Water ($4.1m, $154.7m, $271m), Kev Costner keeping on running at eight with McFarland, USA ($3.7m, $35m), the inexplicably enormous blockbuster American Sniper ($2.93m, $341.5m, $504.5m) back in the top 10, and high school "comedy" The DUFF ($2.9m, $30.3m).

Next weekend, the Young Adults are back with Insurgent, the second part of the newly-labelled "Divergent Saga". Then, on 28 March, Kevin Hart works on Will Ferrell to Get Hard and Dreamworks tries yet again with Home, featuring the nasal tones of The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons as a little purple alien.

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Posted by Stuart OConnor | Mon, 09/03/2015 - 15:33

Chappie is a soft top while Unfinished Business is, well, already finished

By Rich Matthews

March may be here with spring just around the corner, but the US box office hasn't sprung yet, with North American revenue down an alarming 40 per cent year on year with the same weekend in 2014. This is in part because two of the three new releases have been lambasted by critics prior to opening and the third being a niche piece of counterprogramming for fans of a film about old people.

So, District 9 "wunderkind" Neill Blomkamp now has a second dud in the row following the disappointing Matt Damon dystopian sci-fi Elysium. Even with the internet abuzz with his plans for a new Alien film starring Sigourney Weaver, Chappie – about an artificially intelligent robot with feelings - couldn't withstand a critical battering and could only manage $13.3m ($27m total worldwide). That was enough to pip Will Smith's Focus ($10m, $34.6m US, $71.6m global) to the top spot, but hardly bodes well for its overall long-term chances. Chappie cost Sony $50m, so should make that money back, but any actual profit will likely be limited.

Meanwhile, the other wide release saw Vince Vaughn also getting a drubbing from critics and seeing the lowest comedy opening of his career, with Unfinished Business netting only $4.8m to come in 10th. Directed by Ken Scott, the man behind Vaughn's last comic flop Delivery Man, it's unlikely to even recoup its meagre $35m production costs at this rate. Vaughn is lucky that he's been cast in the second season of True Detective or his Hollywood goose may well have been cooked by this latest epic flop.

The height of his fall is illustrated by the success, at number three of The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel ($8.6m, $29.6m worldwide), which opened on more than 1,200 fewer screens than Unfinished Business. The geriatric comedy stars Judi Dench and Maggie Smith, and marks a pleasing one-two for Slumdog Millionaire star Dev Patel, who also stars in Chappie. Between Hotel and Business, in spots four to nine, were Colin Firth kicking ass (at the box office) in Kingsman: The Secret Service ($8.3m, $98m, $248.3m), The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water ($7m, $149m, $259.4m, BDSM sensation and World Book Day school outfit-inspiring Fifty Shades of Grey ($5.6m, $156.5m, $527.7m), Kevin Costner running drama McFarland, USA ($5.3m, $29.4m), Olivia Wilde horror flick The Lazarus Effect ($5.1m, $17.4m) and high school comedy The DUFF ($4.9m, $26.1m).

Just outside the top 10, American Sniper ($4.5m, $337.2m, $500.2m) became the biggest film released in 2014 (it had a limited opening at the very end of the year), passing The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, and crossed the $500m mark worldwide.

Next weekend, Disney lets Kenneth Branagh take them to the ball with the latest live-action rendition of Cinderella, which will likely massively outperform thanks to a little animated short running on the front called Frozen Fever ...

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Posted by Stuart OConnor | Sun, 01/03/2015 - 17:53

Focus gets Will Smith to number one – just

By Rich Matthews

Getting to number one counts, no matter how much you gross to get there, but $19.1m for the slick Will Smith comedy crime caper Focus is a little underwhelming. Even megaflop After Earth (costarring Smith's son Jaden) opened to $27.5m.

Easily one of the lowest openings of his blockbuster career (we're ignoring the likes of Ali, The Legend Of Baggar Vance and Six Degrees Of Separation, for instance) the Warner Bros heist flick co-starring Margot Robbie does at least have the distinction of knocking softcore hit Fifty Shades Of Grey ($10.9m) off the pole, but even that is more muted by the fact that Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman: The Secret Service ($11.8m, $85.7m, $185.1m) actually pulled ahead of the sexathon for the first since both flicks opened head-to-head three weekends ago. It even fell behind the SpongeBob sequel ($11.2m, $140.3m, $215.3m) to come fourth.

Focus, though, did only cost $50m to produce thanks to Warners' clever use of tax breaks around the globe, so it looks likely to make money once international grosses are factored in. Warner Bros bigwigs blamed bad weather.

Meanwhile, Fifty Shades kept its end up better internationally, where it's still rock solid with a tally of $338.4m and a global gross of $486.2m. Relativity was behind the other new release to hit the chart – at five – with micro-budget horror flick The Lazarus Effect, starring Olivia Wilde and Mark Duplass, which opened behind predictions with $10.6m. It's still a win seeing as Relativity only paid $3.3m for it in the first place.

The rest of the chart, six to 10, was constituted of McFarland USA ($7.8m, $22m), Clint Eastwood's jingoistic army blockbuster American Sniper starring Bradley Cooper ($7.7m, $331.1m, $440.7m) closing in on Guardians Of The Galaxy as the 2nd most successful 2014 release, Lionsgate high school comedy The DUFF ($7.2m, $20.1m), Julianne Moore's Still Alice ($2.7m, $12m) climbing 24 per cent following her Oscar win, and the continued U-bend progress of dire sequel Hot Tub Time Machine 2 ($2.4m, $10.3m).

Next weekend, Vince Vaughn, Dave Franco and Tom Wilkinson hope their Unfinished Business antics will laugh their way to the top, although they have to get past Neill Blomkamp's highly anticipated AI action drama Chappie, starring a be-mulleted Hugh Jackman.

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Screenjabber Podcast: We Focus on It Follows

Posted by Stuart OConnor | Sat, 28/02/2015 - 16:30

Join Katie Wong, Mark Searby, Amon Warmann, David Watson and host Stuart O'Connor as they pay tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy, then review a few of the new releases on offer in UK cinemas this week: The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, The Boy Next Door, Catch Me Daddy, Focus and It Follows.

You can listen to and download the podcast – or subscribe to it on iTunes ... plus you can follow us on Twitter and join us on Facebook.

PubQuest: We're looking to take the Screenjabber Pubcast on the road, and want your input. Know a great pub in London we should visit to record the show? Drop us a line and let us know.

WriterQuest: We're seeking some more writers, particularly those who want to cover video games for us. Please get in touch if you're keen.

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Win a copy of Sons of Anarchy: S7 on Blu-ray or DVD

Posted by Stuart OConnor | Fri, 27/02/2015 - 16:56

Rejoin biker gang SAMCRO in the most violent, dark and thrilling instalment to date as the series finale of Sons of Anarchy is released on Blu-ray and DVD on March 2. And thanks to Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, we have ONE copy on Blu-ray and ONE copy on DVD to give away.

The seventh season of the hugely popular and critically acclaimed Sons of Anarchy returns with 13 action-packed episodes beginning 10 days after the tragic events of season six with Jax in jail on a parole violation, grappling with his inner demons. With the club’s full support, he sets in motion the brutal machinations that will lead to complete and merciless retribution. From the creative genius of Kurt Sutter, Sons of Anarchy is an electrifying drama with darkly comedic undertones that explores a notorious outlaw motorcycle club’s (SAMCRO) desire to protect its livelihood.

Starring returning cast Charlie Hunnam as SAMCRO leader Jax, Katey Sagal, Mark Boone Junior, Theo Rossi and Kim Coates, the latest series boasts cameos from former Buffy the Vampire actress Charisma Carpenter and rocker Marilyn Manson as a drug addict and high-ranking member of a neo-Nazi prison sect.

For a chance to win, just follow @Screenjabber on Twitter and tweet the following text:

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The competition will close at NOON on Sunday March 15, 2014. The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

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Sons of Anarchy Q&A: Peter Weller (Charles Barosky)

Posted by Stuart OConnor | Fri, 27/02/2015 - 16:46

A: You know I've directed four seasons of Sons of Anarchy now. And now they wrote a role in for me about this bad cop or retired cop who essentially manipulates the ports in Stockton. And speaking of trickle down economics you know, there’s a brilliant thing about Sons of Anarchy. That I talked to Kurt Sutter about, 'cause he has a degree in theatre. He has a master’s degree in History of Theatre and he really knows his minimalist theatre. And he knows his theatre of nihilism, his theatre of the absurd. And Genet is one of his favorite guys.  And he’s one of the few people I can talk to on a movie set about Jean Genet and Ionesco. I don't know if you know who these people are but Kurt comes from that. And if you really scratch the surface of the Hamlet story, Sons of Anarchy. Or take it as a homophobic biker story, which my racist in-laws in Georgia do. Because it’s like homophobic, racist white boys on bikes you know, beating the shit out of people of color. And that’s why they dig it. And they don’t see the Hamlet in it. But if you go any farther than that it is a modicum of vigilante, trickle down politics in this show. You know, you turn your turn your head to the group that is essentially protecting you and you don’t enforce the law there. Just so the economy is working, just so the grass is growing. And the money is coming. And you know, this loosely, what was based on a motorcycle club in Modesto years ago, back in the 50’s and 60’s. So if you look closely at it, there’s a political statement here, there’s an economic statement. The whole thing is based on economics. And it’s not for a big piece of the pie if you notice. Nobody’s ever really getting rich in Sons of Anarchy. Even the Mexican cartels aren’t getting rich but it is an economic manipulation. That’s the whole thing they’re doing. Anybody ever looked at it like that?

A: Have you guys followed all the seasons of Sons of Anarchy?

Q: Yes.

A: Okay a lot of people are really on board with Sons of Anarchy or don’t know where Sons of Anarchy went. They put in a couple actors. Because about two years ago Sons of Anarchy took a turn right after they came back from Ireland, and then the big, explosive fourth season, you know. The fifth and sixth seasons were less about dignity and the club manifestation of control as they were about individuals trying to find their own panicked place in the sun. Did you notice that? You know, Clay, Jax, all of it. So Ron Perlman came up to me during a scene we were shooting in season five in a bar. The air conditioning broke down and central casting calls up the real Hell’s Angels. Tthe extras here are the real deal. Did you know that?

Q: They use real MCs as extras?

A: Hell’s Angels baby. It’s a Hell’s Angels show.

Q: But they have a SAG card?

A: They got to have a SAG card yeah. David Labrava was a Hell’s Angel. The big dude is Hell’s Angel. There are all Hell’s Angels extras.. They’ve got to have a SAG card right. But you know, you either pay the thousand dollars a day for stunt guys, which sometimes you have to do. Or you call up JJ in central casting, he just retired. And I want eight gun qualified extras and these guys come in. And they got the gang tats, you’ve got to cover them up and so forth. Yeah I mean, you don’t get people off the street to behave like this. How are you going to teach them how to fire a Glock in five shots? You’ve got to know what you’re doing with a gun. And you want eight guys who really know what they’re doing with a gun. We also want eight guys that the feds aren’t looking for in the next five minutes. You also want guys who will do what you ask. And those guys are very accommodating you know. So it’s a tight, really rigorous show. My point was that Ron came up to me in the middle of this thing and said you know, I really don’t know where this show is going man. You know, I’m trying to get where Clay is happening here and I got to go shoot this scene at the end of the day after this bar scene. The air conditioner broke down. I've known Ron a long time. But Ron was only emblemizing what a lot of the actors thought. Wow, it seems like I’m losing dignity. Look, these are not really dignified people. They’re trying to maintain a dignity amongst themselves, which is the great irony of life 'cause we’re all of these people. We all are as despicable in some ways as this.

Sons of Anarchy Season 7 is out on Blu-ray and DVD on 2nd March from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment

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