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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: First, Paramount made little effort in promoting the film in the United States, despite having done very well in France, and placed it in a release schedule that sandwiched it with ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''Film/TenCloverfieldLane'' (which Paramount also released) and ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''. Then, when Paramount found out they were cooking a potential box office bomb in their kitchen (which they probably would want to avoid thanks to a rather underwhelming year in 2015), they decided to cancel the United States release a ''week'' in advance, one of the most abrupt release cancellations ever decided. They later dropped the film from their slate, but was soon picked up by Creator/{{Netflix}} later.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: First, Paramount made little effort in promoting the film in the United States, despite having done very well in France, and placed it in a release schedule that sandwiched it with ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''Film/TenCloverfieldLane'' (which Paramount also released) and ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''. Then, when Paramount found out they were cooking a potential box office bomb in their kitchen (which they probably would want to avoid thanks to a rather underwhelming year in 2015), they decided to cancel the United States release a ''week'' in advance, one of the most abrupt release cancellations ever decided. They later dropped the film from their slate, but slate.
** NetworkToTheRescue: Luckily the movie
was soon quickly picked up by Creator/{{Netflix}} later.Creator/{{Netflix}}.


* ChannelHop: The film was scheduled for release in the United States on March 18, 2016, but Creator/ParamountPictures dropped the film just a week prior to release, allegedly out of fears it would bomb at the box office. The rights were picked up by Creator/{{Netflix}} the week of its scheduled release.

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* ChannelHop: The film was scheduled for release in the United States on March 18, 2016, but Creator/ParamountPictures Creator/{{Paramount}} dropped the film just a week prior to release, allegedly out of fears it would bomb at the box office. The rights were picked up by Creator/{{Netflix}} the week of its scheduled release.


* ThoseTwoActors: Creator/JamesFranco and Creator/PaulRudd were in this film and were the voices of the only prominent human characters in ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty''.later.

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* ThoseTwoActors: Creator/JamesFranco and Creator/PaulRudd were in this film and were the voices of the only prominent human characters in ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty''.later.


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: First, Paramount made little effort in promoting the film in the United States, despite having done very well in France, and placed it in a release schedule that sandwiched it with ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''Film/TenCloverfieldLane'' (which Paramount also released) and ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''. Then, when Paramount found out they were cooking a potential box office bomb in their kitchen (which they probably would want to avoid thanks to a rather underwhelming year in 2015), they decided to cancel the United States release a ''week'' in advance, one of the most abrupt release cancellations ever decided. They later dropped the film from their slate, but was soon picked up by Creator/{{Netflix}} later.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: First, Paramount made little effort in promoting the film in the United States, despite having done very well in France, and placed it in a release schedule that sandwiched it with ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''Film/TenCloverfieldLane'' (which Paramount also released) and ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''. Then, when Paramount found out they were cooking a potential box office bomb in their kitchen (which they probably would want to avoid thanks to a rather underwhelming year in 2015), they decided to cancel the United States release a ''week'' in advance, one of the most abrupt release cancellations ever decided. They later dropped the film from their slate, but was soon picked up by Creator/{{Netflix}} later.
* ThoseTwoActors: Creator/JamesFranco and Creator/PaulRudd were in this film and were the voices of the only prominent human characters in ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty''.
later.


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: First, Paramount made little effort in promoting the film in the United States, despite having done very well in France, and placed it in a release schedule that sandwiched it with ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''Film/TenCloverfieldLane'' (which Paramount also released) and ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''. Then, when Paramount found out they were cooking a potential box office bomb in their kitchen (which they probably would want to avoid thanks to a rather underwhelming year in 2015), they decided to cancel the United States release a ''week'' in advance, one of the most abrupt release cancellations ever decided. They later dropped the film from their slate, but was soon picked up by Creator/{{Netflix}} later.
* ThoseTwoGuys: Creator/JamesFranco and Creator/PaulRudd were in this film and were the voices of the only prominent human characters in ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty''.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: First, Paramount made little effort in promoting the film in the United States, despite having done very well in France, and placed it in a release schedule that sandwiched it with ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''Film/TenCloverfieldLane'' (which Paramount also released) and ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''. Then, when Paramount found out they were cooking a potential box office bomb in their kitchen (which they probably would want to avoid thanks to a rather underwhelming year in 2015), they decided to cancel the United States release a ''week'' in advance, one of the most abrupt release cancellations ever decided. They later dropped the film from their slate, but was soon picked up by Creator/{{Netflix}} later.
* ThoseTwoGuys: Creator/JamesFranco and Creator/PaulRudd were in this film and were the voices of the only prominent human characters in ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty''.
later.

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* FanNickname: As a result of being a NamelessNarrative, some have taken to calling the little girl "The Little Princess," as her story has clear parallels to that of The Little Prince.


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: First, Paramount made little effort in promoting the film in the United States, despite having done very well in France, and placed it in a release schedule that sandwiched it with ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''Film/TenCloverfieldLane'' (which Paramount also released) and ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''. Then, when Paramount found out they were cooking a potential box office bomb in their kitchen (which they probably would want to avoid thanks to a rather underwhelming year in 2015), they decided to cancel the United States release a ''week'' in advance, one of the most abrupt release cancellations ever decided. They later dropped the film from their slate, but was soon picked up by Creator/{{Netflix}} later.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: First, Paramount made little effort in promoting the film in the United States, despite having done very well in France, and placed it in a release schedule that sandwiched it with ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''Film/TenCloverfieldLane'' (which Paramount also released) and ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''. Then, when Paramount found out they were cooking a potential box office bomb in their kitchen (which they probably would want to avoid thanks to a rather underwhelming year in 2015), they decided to cancel the United States release a ''week'' in advance, one of the most abrupt release cancellations ever decided. They later dropped the film from their slate, but was soon picked up by Creator/{{Netflix}} later.later.
* ThoseTwoGuys: Creator/JamesFranco and Creator/PaulRudd were in this film and were the voices of the only prominent human characters in ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty''.


* AllStarCast: RachelMcAdams, JeffBridges, BenicioDelToro, PaulGiamatti,AlbertBrooks, PaulRudd, MarionCotillard, JamesFranco, oh my!

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* AllStarCast: RachelMcAdams, JeffBridges, BenicioDelToro, PaulGiamatti,AlbertBrooks, PaulRudd, MarionCotillard, JamesFranco, Creator/RachelMcAdams, Creator/JeffBridges, Creator/BenicioDelToro, Creator/PaulGiamatti, Creator/AlbertBrooks, Creator/PaulRudd, Creator/MarionCotillard, Creator/JamesFranco, oh my!


* ChannelHop: The film was scheduled for release in the United States on March 18, 2016, but Creator/ParamountPictures dropped the film just a week prior to release, allegedly out of fears it would bomb at the box office. The rights were =picked up by Creator/{{Netflix}} the week of its scheduled release.

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* ChannelHop: The film was scheduled for release in the United States on March 18, 2016, but Creator/ParamountPictures dropped the film just a week prior to release, allegedly out of fears it would bomb at the box office. The rights were =picked picked up by Creator/{{Netflix}} the week of its scheduled release.


* ChannelHop: The film was scheduled for release in the United States on March 18, 2016, but Creator/ParamountPictures dropped the film just a week prior to release, allegedly out of fears it would bomb at the box office. The rights were soon picked up by Creator/Netflix the week of its scheduled release.

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* ChannelHop: The film was scheduled for release in the United States on March 18, 2016, but Creator/ParamountPictures dropped the film just a week prior to release, allegedly out of fears it would bomb at the box office. The rights were soon picked =picked up by Creator/Netflix Creator/{{Netflix}} the week of its scheduled release.


* ReleaseDateChange: The film was scheduled for release in the United States on March 18, 2016, but Creator/ParamountPictures dropped the film just a week prior to release, allegedly out of fears it would bomb at the box office. No specified later release date in the States was put out.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: First, Paramount made little effort in promoting the film in the United States, despite having done very well in France, and placed it in a release schedule that sandwiched it with ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''Film/TenCloverfieldLane'' (which Paramount also released) and ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''. Then, when Paramount found out they were cooking a potential box office bomb in their kitchen (which they probably would want to avoid thanks to a rather underwhelming year in 2015), they decided to cancel the United States release a ''week'' in advance, one of the most abrupt release cancellations ever decided. They later dropped the film from their slate, and so far no one else has picked up the film for a potential release yet.

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* ReleaseDateChange: ChannelHop: The film was scheduled for release in the United States on March 18, 2016, but Creator/ParamountPictures dropped the film just a week prior to release, allegedly out of fears it would bomb at the box office. No specified later release date in The rights were soon picked up by Creator/Netflix the States was put out.
week of its scheduled release.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: First, Paramount made little effort in promoting the film in the United States, despite having done very well in France, and placed it in a release schedule that sandwiched it with ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''Film/TenCloverfieldLane'' (which Paramount also released) and ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''. Then, when Paramount found out they were cooking a potential box office bomb in their kitchen (which they probably would want to avoid thanks to a rather underwhelming year in 2015), they decided to cancel the United States release a ''week'' in advance, one of the most abrupt release cancellations ever decided. They later dropped the film from their slate, and so far no one else has but was soon picked up the film for a potential release yet.by Creator/{{Netflix}} later.


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: First, Paramount made little effort in promoting the film in the United States, despite having done very well in France, and placed it in a release schedule that sandwiched it with ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''Film/TenCloverfieldLane'' (which Paramount also released) and ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''. Then, when Paramount found out they were cooking a potential box office bomb in their kitchen, they decided to cancel the United States release a ''week'' in advance, one of the most abrupt release cancellations ever decided. They later dropped the film from their slate, and so far no one else has picked up the film for a potential release yet.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: First, Paramount made little effort in promoting the film in the United States, despite having done very well in France, and placed it in a release schedule that sandwiched it with ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''Film/TenCloverfieldLane'' (which Paramount also released) and ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''. Then, when Paramount found out they were cooking a potential box office bomb in their kitchen, kitchen (which they probably would want to avoid thanks to a rather underwhelming year in 2015), they decided to cancel the United States release a ''week'' in advance, one of the most abrupt release cancellations ever decided. They later dropped the film from their slate, and so far no one else has picked up the film for a potential release yet.


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: First, Paramount made little effort in promoting the film in the United States, despite having done very well in France, and placed it in a release schedule that sandwiched it with ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''Film/10CloverfieldLane'' (which Paramount also released) and ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''. Then, when Paramount found out they were cooking a potential box office bomb in their kitchen, they decided to cancel the United States release a ''week'' in advance, one of the most abrupt release cancellations ever decided. They later dropped the film from their slate, and so far no one else has picked up the film for a potential release yet.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: First, Paramount made little effort in promoting the film in the United States, despite having done very well in France, and placed it in a release schedule that sandwiched it with ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''Film/10CloverfieldLane'' ''Film/TenCloverfieldLane'' (which Paramount also released) and ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''. Then, when Paramount found out they were cooking a potential box office bomb in their kitchen, they decided to cancel the United States release a ''week'' in advance, one of the most abrupt release cancellations ever decided. They later dropped the film from their slate, and so far no one else has picked up the film for a potential release yet.


* ReleaseDateChange: The film was scheduled for release in the United States on March 18, 2016, but Creator/ParamountPictures dropped the film just a week prior to release, allegedly out of fears it would bomb at the box office. No specified later release date in the States was put out.

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* ReleaseDateChange: The film was scheduled for release in the United States on March 18, 2016, but Creator/ParamountPictures dropped the film just a week prior to release, allegedly out of fears it would bomb at the box office. No specified later release date in the States was put out.out.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: First, Paramount made little effort in promoting the film in the United States, despite having done very well in France, and placed it in a release schedule that sandwiched it with ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''Film/10CloverfieldLane'' (which Paramount also released) and ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''. Then, when Paramount found out they were cooking a potential box office bomb in their kitchen, they decided to cancel the United States release a ''week'' in advance, one of the most abrupt release cancellations ever decided. They later dropped the film from their slate, and so far no one else has picked up the film for a potential release yet.


* ReleaseDateChange: The film was scheduled for release in the United States on March 18, 2016, but Creator/ParamountPictures dropped the film just a week prior to release. No specified release date in the States is available at this time.

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* ReleaseDateChange: The film was scheduled for release in the United States on March 18, 2016, but Creator/ParamountPictures dropped the film just a week prior to release. release, allegedly out of fears it would bomb at the box office. No specified later release date in the States is available at this time.was put out.

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