Fight For The Final 25

On January 25, 2021, the 1,026th spot was filled in the Two Thous-Ton Project and some of those overall 1,026 movies can be seen via the Two Thous-Ton page, along with both the Evaluation Pool Rankings Board via Tier 2 of the Land Of Infusion page and the Set To Join list via Tier 3 of the Land Of Infusion page. And of course, various methods will be used in filling 949 of the remaining 974 open spots for the Two Thous-Ton Project.

Now you might be wondering “Why 949 of the 974 open spots will be accounted for, as opposed to all 974 open spots?” Well, I’ve decided to select the last 25 movies for the project the way that a Major League Baseball expansion team determines which 25 players will make the opening day roster, as the movies listed on this page are on the bubble of making the Project.

To see which movies are on the bubble of making the aforementioned Two Thous-Ton Project, simply view the numbered list below:

  1. 300: Rise Of An Empire. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: Its chances of making the Project depend on a third installment in the 300 franchise.
  2. The Man In The Iron Mask. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: It depends on the thorough investigation of whether it’s based on real events and how satisfactory of a film adaptation it is for The Three Musketeers.
  3. Den Of Thieves. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: Its chances of making the Project hinge on how well its likely sequel does.
  4. A-X-L. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: Its chances of making the Project hinge on whether a sequel is made or not, as well as how well that it does.
  5. The Odd Couple II. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: Its chances of making the Project hinge on how well its predecessor does.
  6. Maleficent. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: Research has to be conducted for this movie, along with how well its sequel does, as those reasons are the two that will determine its fate for the Project.
  7. The Sorcerer’s Apprentice. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: The open-ended post credits scene suggests a sequel that still has yet to be made. So until that time comes, this movie will be in this camp.
  8. Doctor Strange. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: A sequel will do this movie justice, as a post credits scene suggests a sequel. And if a sequel does come out, then this movie’s chances of making the Project greatly increase.
  9. Keeping Up With The Joneses. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: It gave the appearance for having a sequel. And should it get a sequel, then its chances of making the Project will increase.
  10. The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: A sequel will definitely help its case at being Two Thous-Ton eligible. Especially if it helps expand upon the dynamic between Clary and Jace.
  11. Atomic Blonde. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: It passed its investigation, along with the fact that it’s neck-and-neck with Anna, a movie that’s currently in Tier 6 of the Land Of Infusion page. Plus, it’s a movie that’s good enough to be exempt from this roster.
  12. Mystery, Alaska. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: It has way too much “small community charm” to be a debatable movie for the Two Thous-Ton Project.
  13. The Hunt For Red October. Its forecast making the Two Thous-Ton Project: Out of all the movies that were on The Farm Squad page retroactive to November 28, 2020, this one is the most Project-ready, thus why it’s moved up to this roster.
  14. The Life Before Her Eyes. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: The movie’s vibe is somewhat similar to The Illustrated Man, a movie that is awaiting both evaluation and enshrinement. Plus, the dynamic between Evan Rachel Wood and Eva Amurri Martino absolutely deserves to be a part of Two Thous-Ton lore.
  15. Valley Girl ’83. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: It’s neck-and-neck with what’s after it on this page.
  16. Valley Girl ’20. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: This is Josh Whitehouse’s best immediate shot at having a movie of his in the Project, there’s no such thing as too much Jessica Rothe in the Project and this movie is Chloe Bennett’s best immediate shot at having a live-action movie of hers in the Project.
  17. Necessary Roughness. Its forecast for the making the Two-Thous Project: It’s one step closer to becoming a Ton-Tender In-Waiting.
  18. Man On A Ledge. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: See one spot above.
  19. L.A. Confidential. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: It will remain on this roster for exactly one week.
  20. Major League: Back To The Minors. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: David S. Ward’s decision on giving Major League II a “proper” follow-up complicates this movie’s forecast so much that it will be on this roster for 7 to 10 days. And once that open-ended grace period ends, it will be going to the Demoted, But Could Be Designated To Return page.
  21. Kickboxer ’89. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: The combination of a logjam on The Farm Squad and its four sequels all needing assessments will make this bounce back and forth from the Demoted, But Could Be Designated To Return page.
  22. Wonder Woman 1984. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: Once it gets hard copy (DVD/Blu-ray disc) confirmation, it will move up to Tier 5.
  23. Being Frank. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: This movie has way too much going for it to be on this page/roster. It will move up to Tier 5.
  24. Crazy, Stupid, Love. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: It’s just a matter of which conference that it will be a part of it in future spot-fill tournaments.
  25. The Pirates! Band Of Misfits. Its forecast for making the Two Thous-Ton Project: It will be on this page/roster for exactly a week, as it will move up to Tier 5.