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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Sat Nov 03, 2018 9:14 pm

That movie may be the X-men director last for a while.
Queen music is legendary, but was this movie about that or Freddy Mercury?

If it’s about the glam rock era it could be good.


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Re: Box office thread

Postby Kristatos » Sat Nov 03, 2018 9:28 pm

Omega wrote:That movie may be the X-men director last for a while.
Queen music is legendary, but was this movie about that or Freddy Mercury?

If it’s about the glam rock era it could be good.


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It was made with the cooperation of the surviving band members, so it's very much the authorised version. The upside of that, though, is they get the rights to use the original recordings of the music, and don't have to bus in some tribute band from Peoria.

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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Sat Nov 03, 2018 9:44 pm

The ads in the imax theaters the sound track that was blasted sounding better than it did in the 70s


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Re: Box office thread

Postby Kristatos » Sun Nov 04, 2018 5:15 pm

Weekend estimates show Bo Rhap winning the weekend quite comfortably with $50 million. Disney's Nutcracker and the Four Realms is a not at all close second with $20 million.

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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Sun Nov 04, 2018 7:58 pm

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1 BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY
Fox

4,000 $18,800,000

-- / $4,700
$18,800,000 / 1 $18,800,000

-- / $4,700
$37,600,000 / 2 $12,400,000

-34% / $3,100
$50,000,000 / 3
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2 THE NUTCRACKER AND THE FOUR REALMS
Buena Vista

3,766 $5,619,000

-- / $1,492
$5,619,000 / 1 $8,700,000

+54.8% / $2,310
$14,319,000 / 2 $5,681,000

-34.7% / $1,508
$20,000,000 / 3
N/A
3 NOBODY'S FOOL
Paramount

2,468 $4,860,000

-- / $1,969
$4,860,000 / 1 $5,675,000

+16.8% / $2,299
$10,535,000 / 2 $3,465,000

-38.9% / $1,404
$14,000,000 / 3
N/A
4 A STAR IS BORN (2018)
Warner Bros.

3,431 $3,275,000

+129.7% / $955
$157,809,566 / 29 $4,750,000

+45% / $1,384
$162,559,566 / 30 $3,075,000

-35.3% / $896
$165,634,566 / 31
N/A
5 HALLOWEEN (2018)
Universal

3,775 $3,483,000

+131% / $923
$142,876,705 / 15 $4,859,000

+39.5% / $1,287
$147,735,705 / 16 $2,673,000

-45% / $708
$150,408,705 / 17
N/A
6 VENOM (2018)
Sony / Columbia

3,067 $2,055,000

+163.5% / $670
$192,868,348 / 29 $3,600,000

+75.2% / $1,174
$196,468,348 / 30 $2,195,000

-39% / $716
$198,663,348 / 31
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7 SMALLFOOT
Warner Bros.

2,002 $735,000

+175.8% / $367
$74,414,301 / 36 $1,860,000

+153.1% / $929
$76,274,301 / 37 $1,210,000

-34.9% / $604
$77,484,301 / 38
N/A
8 GOOSEBUMPS 2: HAUNTED HALLOWEEN
Sony / Columbia

2,828 $850,000

+170.7% / $301
$40,982,316 / 22 $1,800,000

+111.8% / $636
$42,782,316 / 23 $1,050,000

-41.7% / $371
$43,832,316 / 24
N/A
9 HUNTER KILLER
Lionsgate/Summit

2,720 $1,062,000

+101.5% / $390
$10,502,116 / 8 $1,486,000

+39.9% / $546
$11,988,116 / 9 $977,000

-34.3% / $359
$12,965,116 / 10
N/A
10 THE HATE U GIVE
Fox

1,507 $925,000

+167.1% / $614
$20,985,924 / 29 $1,540,000

+66.5% / $1,022
$22,525,924 / 30 $935,000

-39.3% / $620
$23,460,924 / 31
N/A
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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Sun Nov 04, 2018 8:21 pm

Kristatos wrote:Weekend estimates show Bo Rhap winning the weekend quite comfortably with $50 million. Disney's Nutcracker and the Four Realms is a not at all close second with $20 million.

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a big surprise to me I didn’t think it would open bigger than early estimates.
I keep seeing mixed reviews.


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Re: Box office thread

Postby Kristatos » Sun Nov 04, 2018 8:29 pm

Omega wrote:A big surprise to me I didn’t think it would open bigger than early estimates.
I keep seeing mixed reviews.


The audience was 78% over 25. I guess there are a lot of (mostly older) Queen fans out there.

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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Sun Nov 04, 2018 8:42 pm

That’s a shocking metric. So no younger generations that normally push the bo with their attendance. But the way the studio pushed the music in the trailers it was really meant to trigger nostalgia for the music. Better than I’ve ever heard their music anyway.


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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Tue Nov 06, 2018 11:49 am

Queen took $51 million for the weekend


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Re: Box office thread

Postby Kristatos » Tue Nov 06, 2018 12:03 pm

Omega wrote:Queen took $51 million for the weekend


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It'll be interesting to see what sort of legs it has. A mostly older audience might actually be a good thing, as they tend to have more disposable income.

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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Tue Nov 06, 2018 12:21 pm

What was the audience rating? I think this might tell if it more than nostalgia.

Of course I’ve heard cinema ratings done opening weekend skew positive because people don’t like to feel bad about the movie they spend money on and if you’re there early they tend to be fans, so getting B are difficult


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Re: Box office thread

Postby Kristatos » Tue Nov 06, 2018 12:48 pm

Omega wrote:What was the audience rating? I think this might tell if it more than nostalgia.

Of course I’ve heard cinema ratings done opening weekend skew positive because people don’t like to feel bad about the movie they spend money on and if you’re there early they tend to be fans, so getting B are difficult


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It got an A on Cinemascore. As you say, those ratings are taken on a film's opening night, so tend to represent the most enthusiastic viewers. It's rare for any film to get below a B+. An F rating is the sign of a major turkey!

Edit: this article is over a year old, but it lists the 19 (mostly low-budget horror) movies that had achieved this dubious honour at the time of writing: http://www.vulture.com/2017/09/here-are ... score.html
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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Tue Nov 06, 2018 8:05 pm

Someone who used to do the surveys for the studio said most people almost never go below a B so if you ever see a s ore below that the audience really hated it


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Re: Box office thread

Postby Kristatos » Thu Nov 08, 2018 4:35 pm

New UK chart for home releases launched: https://www.denofgeek.com/uk/movies/top ... l-sales-uk
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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Sat Nov 10, 2018 11:14 pm

Bohemian Rhapsody looks to be holding well second weekend


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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Sat Nov 10, 2018 11:22 pm

Kristatos wrote:New UK chart for home releases launched: https://www.denofgeek.com/uk/movies/top ... l-sales-uk
WTF? Was greatest showman a super up hit? Why does it dominate there?




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Re: Box office thread

Postby Kristatos » Sun Nov 11, 2018 9:25 am

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Kristatos wrote:New UK chart for home releases launched: https://www.denofgeek.com/uk/movies/top ... l-sales-uk
WTF? Was greatest showman a super up hit? Why does it dominate there?




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It was a slow burner. I don't think it ever got to #1 in the weekly chart, but it had legs, and now it's top of the year-to-date chart.

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Re: Box office thread

Postby Omega » Sun Nov 11, 2018 7:18 pm

Weekend estimates
1 N Dr. Seuss' The Grinch (2018) Uni. $66,000,000 - 4,141 - $15,938 $66,000,000 $75 1

2 1 Bohemian Rhapsody Fox $30,850,000 -39.6% 4,000 - $7,713 $100,010,548 $52 2

3 N Overlord Par. $10,100,000 - 2,859 - $3,533 $10,100,000 $38
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4 2 The Nutcracker and the Four Realms BV $9,565,000 -53.0% 3,766 - $2,540 $35,256,534 $120 2

5 N The Girl in the Spider's Web: A New Dragon Tattoo Story Sony $8,015,000 - 2,929 - $2,736 $8,015,000 $43 1

6 4 A Star is Born (2018) WB $8,010,000 -27.2% 2,848 -583 $2,813 $178,020,388 $36 6

7 3 Nobody's Fool Par. $6,540,000 -52.4% 2,468 - $2,650 $24,276,108 $19 2

8 6 Venom (2018) Sony $4,850,000 -38.4% 2,351 -716 $2,063 $206,233,603 $100 6

9 5 Halloween (2018) Uni. $3,840,000 -64.5% 2,717 -1,058 $1,413 $156,810,845 $10 4
10 10 The Hate U Give Fox $2,070,000 -38.3% 1,108 -399 $1,868 $26,705,883 $23 6
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Re: Box office thread

Postby Kristatos » Sun Nov 11, 2018 8:12 pm

Good result for The Grinch. The reviews I've read say it's much better than that Jim Carrey atrocity (which led to the Seuss estate banning any further live action adaptations of his works).

Meanwhile, Bohemian Rhapsody crosses $100 million domestically, and has already comfortably gone into profit worldwide.

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Re: Box office thread

Postby bjmdds » Sat Nov 17, 2018 5:34 pm

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald took in $43M at the international box office on Friday, casting spells in 79 markets, 24 of which were added yesterday. The Warner Bros sequel/spinoff is currently running 14% higher than Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them at the same point in play and in like-for-likes. The offshore cume through Friday is $74.3M and while there’s been an ease in domestic projections, the global running tally through yesterday is $100M. With an estimated $25.7 million on Friday, Warner Bros.'s Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is coming in a bit lighter than was expected after matinees were reported yesterday. At this time the film is expected to pull in $61-64 million or so for the three-day weekend.
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