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Latest Weekend: Jun 10-12
Jurassic World Dominion $143.4M
Top Gun: Maverick $50.0M
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness $4.9M
The Bob's Burgers Movie $2.3M
The Bad Guys $2.2M


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Family went to see Jurassic world again. For a post Covid imax theater it was packed. As you know capacities are different now but it was pretty well filled out every row.

I think it could be a closer three way finish then Bo mojo predicts
Latest Weekend: Jun 24-26
Top Gun: Maverick $30.5M
Elvis $30.5M
Jurassic World Dominion $26.4M
The Black Phone $23.4M
Lightyear $17.7M

Two movies have dominated so far this summer and both are throw back to movies Hollywood used to make.
Also Both are not the types of movie franchise Hollywood like to see win.

Top gun maverick $1.006 billion cost $170m to make plus P&A

Jurassic world dominion $747 world wide cost $185 million plus P&A


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Latest Weekend: Jul 1-3
Minions: The Rise of Gru $108.5M
Top Gun: Maverick $25.5M
Elvis $19.0M
Jurassic World Dominion $15.7M
The Black Phone $12.3M





Top 2022 Movies
Top Gun: Maverick $564.0M
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness $410.5M
The Batman $369.3M
Jurassic World Dominion $331.8M
Spider-Man: No Way Home $231.8M



Worldwide 2022
Top Gun: Maverick $1.1B
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness $951.4M
Jurassic World Dominion $824.5M
The Batman $770.8M
Water Gate Bridge $626.6M


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Latest Weekend: Jul 8-10
Thor: Love and Thunder $143.0M
Minions: The Rise of Gru $45.6M
Top Gun: Maverick $15.5M
Elvis $11.0M
Jurassic World Dominion $8.4M



Love and thunder seems a little lite. I thought it push higher

Top 2022 Movies
Top Gun: Maverick $597.4M
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness $411.1M
The Batman $369.3M
Jurassic World Dominion $350.3M
Spider-Man: No Way Home $231.8M


Worldwide 2022
Top Gun: Maverick $1.2B
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness $953.5M
Jurassic World Dominion $876.5M
The Batman $770.8M
Water Gate Bridge $626.6M


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Yes. But I thought it was my app. Tapatalk Disney always load this site .. well a few others as welol


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Latest Weekend: Jul 15-17
Thor: Love and Thunder $46.0M
Minions: The Rise of Gru $26.0M
Where the Crawdads Sing $17.0M
Top Gun: Maverick $12.0M
Elvis $7.6M


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Latest Weekend: Jul 22-24
Nope $44.0M
Thor: Love and Thunder $22.1M
Minions: The Rise of Gru $17.7M
Where the Crawdads Sing $10.3M
Top Gun: Maverick $10.0M


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Latest Weekend: Jul 29-31
DC League of Super-Pets $23.0M
Nope $18.5M
Thor: Love and Thunder $13.1M
Minions: The Rise of Gru $10.9M
Top Gun: Maverick $8.2M


Top 2022 Movies
Top Gun: Maverick $650.1M
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness $411.3M
Jurassic World Dominion $369.5M
The Batman $369.3M
Minions: The Rise of Gru $320.4M


Worldwide 2022
Top Gun: Maverick $1.3B
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness $954.5M
Jurassic World Dominion $942.6M
The Batman $770.8M
Minions: The Rise of Gru $710.4M


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Surprised to see League of Super Pets and Nope doing so well. Neither is the usual summer blockbuster fare. Horror films normally do best around Halloween, though I suppose Super Pets and Minions fill a gap in the market for films aimed at younger kids.

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Super pets wasn’t in my radar at all.


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BJ will like this news, Elvis is apparently the third highest-grossing music biopic of all time. The figures are somewhat misleading, as they aren't adjusted for inflation, but can it beat the number one film, Bohemian Rhapsody?

https://www.billboard.com/lists/top-gro ... lvis-2022/

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Latest Weekend: Aug 5-7
Bullet Train $30.1M
DC League of Super-Pets $11.2M
Nope $8.5M
Thor: Love and Thunder $7.6M
Minions: The Rise of Gru $7.1M

I don’t expect bullet train to be big numbers but Hollywood reporting is quick to accept numbers like this as good. While busting down movies this year they didn’t like but preformed at nearly what they did before Covid.

Also there are movies this year still in the top 5 after home video release, which I think should help studios rethink the release schedule. Of course it could also be how Disney controlled the theater screen availability now. We may need to look at the totals , ranking, then see how many screens.

Top gun maverick is one of the only not releasing home video after pre sales day of release promising a 30 window. They are top gun world wide using classic Hollywood logic but I don’t wonder if there won’t be some pushback because of the promise of early release. Then again with 2760 screen they are 6th this week with $7.029 million everybody else has over 3000 screens


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Latest Weekend: Aug 12-14
Bullet Train $13.4M
DC League of Super-Pets $7.2M
Top Gun: Maverick $7.2M
Thor: Love and Thunder $5.3M
Nope $5.3M


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Worldwide 2022
Top Gun: Maverick $1.4B
Jurassic World Dominion $974.5M
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness $954.9M
Minions: The Rise of Gru $790.4M
The Batman $770.8M


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Interesting that an anime movie did so well. Once upon a time it would be argued 20 million wasn’t big, a few weeks ago $30 million was good enough for hollywoods entry to brag over. So I really think several anime movies do well in America this year is interesting far as trends.
It also may be that Covid bo is going to be fan driven, so even smaller movies get a shot. Probably just dreaming about that. Didn’t still had the power to squeeze out any competition from getting screens.

Latest Weekend: Aug 19-21
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero $20.1M
Beast $11.6M
Bullet Train $8.0M
Top Gun: Maverick $5.9M
DC League of Super-Pets $5.8M


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Latest Weekend: Aug 26-28
The Invitation $7.0M
Bullet Train $5.6M
Beast $4.9M
Top Gun: Maverick $4.8M
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero $4.6M

Question Hollywood going to have to find an answer for is how is top gun still in the top five after it was released everywhere on digital? Current dogma is streaming/early release hurts bo, to some extent it does. This year we had several movie on digital still in the top 5 Bo chart.
I think the answer is simple, people going out to see movie aren’t the same market as the early release crowd


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Omega wrote:Latest Weekend: Aug 26-28
The Invitation $7.0M
Bullet Train $5.6M
Beast $4.9M
Top Gun: Maverick $4.8M
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero $4.6M

Question Hollywood going to have to find an answer for is how is top gun still in the top five after it was released everywhere on digital? Current dogma is streaming/early release hurts bo, to some extent it does. This year we had several movie on digital still in the top 5 Bo chart.
I think the answer is simple, people going out to see movie aren’t the same market as the early release crowd


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Never heard of The Invitation or Beast. Top Gun probably benefits from being the sort of film that works best on the big screen. That's not the only explanation, of course, it helps that the people who have seen it seem to like it, a lot. All the spectacle in the world won't save you if your movie is a dud.

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Omega wrote:Latest Weekend: Aug 26-28
The Invitation $7.0M
Bullet Train $5.6M
Beast $4.9M
Top Gun: Maverick $4.8M
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero $4.6M

Question Hollywood going to have to find an answer for is how is top gun still in the top five after it was released everywhere on digital? Current dogma is streaming/early release hurts bo, to some extent it does. This year we had several movie on digital still in the top 5 Bo chart.
I think the answer is simple, people going out to see movie aren’t the same market as the early release crowd


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Never heard of The Invitation or Beast. Top Gun probably benefits from being the sort of film that works best on the big screen. That's not the only explanation, of course, it helps that the people who have seen it seem to like it, a lot. All the spectacle in the world won't save you if your movie is a dud.

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True. Also it’s still in the theaters and normal game plan is release digital pull theatrical. This year when they cross it’s still making money in both markets.
I really feel top gun is the last truly traditional film from production to distribution we’ll see perhaps in my lifetime. Memorial to Labor Day run for movies unheard of for the last 20 years at least.


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I should add Disney Monopoly like control of theater screens is another reason we may never see a film run like top gun again


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