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Re: Box office thread

Postby Kristatos » Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:26 am

bjmdds wrote:5TH week.

Oops, sorry. Fixed it.
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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Sat Mar 17, 2018 12:15 pm

I’m not sure pacific rim two will unseat BP.


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Re: Box office thread

Postby Kristatos » Sat Mar 17, 2018 1:04 pm

I doubt it. I'm surprised it got made at all, given that the first one didn't do great at the box office, but I suppose Guillermo Del Toro is hot right now (even though he didn't direct this one).
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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Sun Mar 18, 2018 11:30 pm

Weekend estimates

1 1 Black Panther BV $27,024,000 -33.8% 3,834 -108 $7,049 $605,400,528 - 5

2 N Tomb Raider WB $23,525,000 - 3,854 - $6,104 $23,525,000 $94 1

3 N I Can Only Imagine RAtt. $17,064,640 - 1,629 - $10,476 $17,064,640 $7 1

4 2 A Wrinkle in Time BV $16,565,000 -50.0% 3,980 - $4,162 $61,059,654 - 2

5 N Love, Simon Fox $11,500,000 - 2,402 - $4,788 $11,500,000 $17 1

6 5 Game Night WB (NL) $5,570,000 -29.2% 2,686 -375 $2,074 $54,174,184 $37 4

7 6 Peter Rabbit Sony $5,200,000 -23.3% 2,725 -387 $1,908 $102,440,268 $50 6

8 3 Strangers: Prey at Night Aviron $4,810,000 -53.8% 2,464 - $1,952 $18,612,052 - 2

9 4 Red Sparrow Fox $4,450,000 -47.7% 2,583 -481 $1,723 $39,583,642 $69 3

10 7 Death Wish (2018) MGM $3,368,000 -48.8% 2,676 -206 $1,259 $29,949,685 $30 3


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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Tue Mar 20, 2018 11:01 am

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1 1 Black Panther BV $26,650,690 -34.7% 3,834 -108 $6,951 $605,027,218 - 5

2 N Tomb Raider WB $23,633,317 - 3,854 - $6,132 $23,633,317 $94 1

3 N I Can Only Imagine RAtt. $17,104,797 - 1,629 - $10,500 $17,104,797 $7 1

4 2 A Wrinkle in Time BV $16,256,879 -50.9% 3,980 - $4,085 $60,751,533 - 2

5 N Love, Simon Fox $11,756,244 - 2,402 - $4,894 $11,756,244 $17 1

6 5 Game Night WB (NL) $5,602,230 -28.8% 2,686 -375 $2,086 $54,206,414 $37 4

7 6 Peter Rabbit Sony $5,201,647 -23.2% 2,725 -387 $1,909 $102,441,915 $50 6

8 3 Strangers: Prey at Night Aviron $4,701,089 -54.8% 2,464 - $1,908 $18,503,141 - 2

9 4 Red Sparrow Fox $4,531,187 -46.7% 2,583 -481 $1,754 $39,664,829 $69 3

10 7 Death Wish (2018) MGM $3,368,565 -48.8% 2,676 -206 $1,259 $29,950,250 $30 3



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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Fri Mar 23, 2018 11:02 am

Will pacific rim find a big enough audience to justify the sequel?

It will be interesting to see if the years working on the sequel will actually make for a good movie.


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Re: Box office thread

Postby Kristatos » Fri Mar 23, 2018 7:28 pm

Will this movie make $600 million domestic, do you think?Image

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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Fri Mar 23, 2018 11:33 pm

Projections
Pacific Rim Uprising (3,708 theaters) - $21.0 M
Black Panther (3,370 theaters) - $16.0 M
Sherlock Gnomes (3,662 theaters) - $15.0 M
Tomb Raider (3,854 theaters) - $13.0 M
I Can Only Imagine (2,252 theaters) - $11.3 M
A Wrinkle in Time (3,423 theaters) - $7.3 M
Love, Simon (2,434 theaters) - $6.5 M
Paul, Apostle of Christ (1,473 theaters) - $4.3 M
Game Night (1,866 theaters) - $3.5 M
Unsane (2,023 theaters) - $3.5 M


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Re: Box office thread

Postby bjmdds » Sun Mar 25, 2018 4:25 pm

Black Panther was pushed from the top of the chart after six weeks in theaters. The victor was Pacific Rim Uprising, which came in at the higher end of expectations with an estimated $28 million for Universal in its opening frame. The sequel to Guillermo del Toro’s 2013 sci-fi/actioner is more or less designed for overseas audiences, so Uprising‘s domestic take isn’t necessarily make-or-break. That said, this is significantly lower than the first film’s $37.3 million opening, and it will almost certainly be well short of the original’s $101 million take in North America. Internationally, the first Pacific Rim took in over $300 million, accounting for roughly three-quarters of its $400 million-plus global total. Uprising is looking at a similar trajectory. As anticipated, Pacific Rim Uprising did most of its business internationally this weekend, with the monsters vs. robots tentpole opening to an estimated $150.5 million overseas. That amount includes a sizzling $65 million in China – a 40 percent increase over the first installment, which debuted to $45 million there. Opening at No. 1 in 30 markets, it also grossed an estimated $6.8 million in both Korea and Russia. Hong Kong is up next weekend, followed by a release in Japan on April 13.
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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Sun Mar 25, 2018 4:50 pm

Around me there the play times are only a few in the afternoon. For a total of 3 or 4 showing at each theater total today


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Re: Box office thread

Postby Kristatos » Sun Mar 25, 2018 6:09 pm

A few reviews I've seen of PR:U say that it focuses quite heavily on its Chinese characters, and that there are whole scenes in Chinese with English subtitles. They know which side their bread is buttered.
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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Sun Mar 25, 2018 8:50 pm

Estimates

1 N Pacific Rim Uprising Uni. $28,003,000 - 3,708 - $7,552 $28,003,000 $150 1

2 1 Black Panther BV $16,658,000 -37.5% 3,370 -464 $4,943 $630,916,236 - 6

3 3 I Can Only Imagine RAtt. $13,837,495 -19.1% 2,253 +624 $6,142 $38,316,986 $7 2

4 N Sherlock Gnomes Par. $10,600,000 - 3,662 - $2,895 $10,600,000 $59 1

5 2 Tomb Raider WB $10,430,000 -55.9% 3,854 - $2,706 $41,748,108 $94 2

6 4 A Wrinkle in Time BV $8,044,000 -50.5% 3,423 -557 $2,350 $73,886,607 - 3

7 5 Love, Simon Fox $7,800,000 -33.7% 2,434 +32 $3,205 $23,695,601 $17 2

8 N Paul, Apostle of Christ Sony $5,000,000 - 1,473 - $3,394 $5,000,000 $5 1

9 6 Game Night WB (NL) $4,160,000 -25.7% 1,866 -820 $2,229 $60,813,535 $37 5

10 N Midnight Sun ORF $4,119,000 - 2,173 - $1,896 $4,119,000 - 1



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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Sun Mar 25, 2018 8:52 pm

Kristatos wrote:A few reviews I've seen of PR:U say that it focuses quite heavily on its Chinese characters, and that there are whole scenes in Chinese with English subtitles. They know which side their bread is buttered.

I’m not surprised Star Wars , marvel and bond tailor their story and casting to please the Chinese government

As long as the story is good in pacific rim I dont care about subtitles


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Postby Kristatos » Sun Mar 25, 2018 9:20 pm

I think it's more to please the Chinese audience, though I suppose they have to please the government to be allowed to show it to an audience.
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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Tue Mar 27, 2018 11:01 am

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1 N Pacific Rim Uprising Uni. $28,116,535 - 3,708 - $7,583 $28,116,535 $150 1

2 1 Black Panther BV $17,099,618 -35.8% 3,370 -464 $5,074 $631,357,854 - 6

3 3 I Can Only Imagine RAtt. $13,604,521 -20.5% 2,253 +624 $6,038 $38,084,012 $7 2

4 N Sherlock Gnomes Par. $10,604,774 - 3,662 - $2,896 $10,604,774 $59 1

5 2 Tomb Raider WB $10,102,616 -57.3% 3,854 - $2,621 $41,420,724 $94 2

6 4 A Wrinkle in Time BV $8,215,492 -49.5% 3,423 -557 $2,400 $74,058,099 - 3

7 5 Love, Simon Fox $7,607,451 -35.3% 2,434 +32 $3,125 $23,503,052 $17 2

8 N Paul, Apostle of Christ Sony $5,172,585 - 1,473 - $3,512 $5,172,585 $5 1

9 6 Game Night WB (NL) $4,131,191 -26.3% 1,866 -820 $2,214 $60,784,726 $37 5

10 N Midnight Sun Global Road $4,003,993 - 2,173 - $1,843 $4,003,993 - 1



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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Tue Mar 27, 2018 11:21 am

Kristatos wrote:I think it's more to please the Chinese audience, though I suppose they have to please the government to be allowed to show it to an audience.
this maybe true, except the Chinese government is extremely racist, most Asian counties are so maybe this reflects the Chinese people feelings. In China if you’re not han Chinese you are nothing, the government literally populate non han areas with han Chinese to eventually eradicate the other populations over time.

I’m bothered by good liberal progressives quickly bending over for totalitarian governments all over the world for the sake of money and the mistaken belief the USA is the problem and other cultures have to be revered. But honestly they pretend to have moral reasons for giving in to these governments but the motivation is really just Money, the same reason people tired a blind eye to so many social ills before.



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Re: Box office thread

Postby Kristatos » Tue Mar 27, 2018 11:25 am

The movie business is just that, a business. The shareholders at Disney or Sony don't much care about human rights when there's money to be made.
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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Tue Mar 27, 2018 11:35 pm

Kristatos wrote:The movie business is just that, a business. The shareholders at Disney or Sony don't much care about human rights when there's money to be made.
true it’s a business but Babs will get up on stage to accept awards for humanitarian of the year as if she single handedly made a difference


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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Fri Mar 30, 2018 10:31 pm

Projections

Ready Player One (4,234 theaters) - $42.0 M
Tyler Perry's Acrimony (2,006 theaters) - $15.5 M
Pacific Rim Uprising (3,708 theaters) - $11.2 M
I Can Only Imagine (2,646 theaters) - $11.2 M
Black Panther (2,988 theaters) - $11.0 M
Sherlock Gnomes (3,662 theaters) - $6.0 M
Love, Simon (2,024 theaters) - $5.0 M
God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness (1,688 theaters) - $4.5 M
A Wrinkle in Time (2,367 theaters) - $4.4 M
Tomb Raider (2,788 theaters) - $4.2 M


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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Sun Apr 01, 2018 6:10 pm

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Title (click to view) Studio Weekend Gross % Change Theater Count / Change Average Total Gross Budget* Week #
1 N Ready Player One WB $41,210,000 - 4,234 - $9,733 $53,215,000 - 1

2 N Tyler Perry's Acrimony LGF $17,100,000 - 2,006 - $8,524 $17,100,000 - 1

3 2 Black Panther BV $11,263,000 -34.1% 2,988 -382 $3,769 $650,699,634 - 7

4 3 I Can Only Imagine RAtt. $10,750,685 -21.0% 2,648 +395 $4,060 $55,576,022 $7 3

5 1 Pacific Rim Uprising Uni. $9,205,000 -67.3% 3,708 - $2,482 $45,670,820 $150 2

6 4 Sherlock Gnomes Par. $7,000,000 -34.0% 3,662 - $1,912 $22,820,646 $59 2

7 7 Love, Simon Fox $4,800,000 -36.9% 2,024 -410 $2,372 $32,140,794 $17 3

8 5 Tomb Raider WB $4,700,000 -53.5% 2,788 -1,066 $1,686 $50,502,178 $94 3

9 6 A Wrinkle in Time BV $4,694,000 -42.9% 2,367 -1,056 $1,983 $83,250,414 - 4

10 8 Paul, Apostle of Christ Sony $3,500,000 -32.3% 1,473 - $2,376 $11,530,838 $5 2



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