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  1. They are in SoCal, previews start 5pm: https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/los-angeles/amc-century-city-15/showtimes/the-emoji-movie-50046/2017-07-27/amc-century-city-15/all
  2. The Classic Conversation Thread: The Sequel

    James Cameron on Genisys
  3. The Emoji movie marketing campaign is basically this It's like the studio is daring you to embarass yourself when you walk up to the counter and say "One for the Emoji movie, yes the one with the poop on the poster"
  4. Which got great reviews, and the plot looked fun from the trailers. Emoji is keeping an embargo till Friday apparently, so not expecting much there tbh, and the trailer makes it look like the abandoned child of WiR and Inside Out Both studios projecting 20M for the weekend.
  5. I'm thinking people are just not able to bring themselves to click "Buy" for tickets to something titled The Emoji Movie. It may be the moment Hollywood finally went too far.
  6. Deep Wang updates: - Emoji is less than half of Boss Baby and below Captain Underpants - Atomic Blonde is low, no comps, but it is way low. Is at less than a third of Emoji's presales so far - Dark Tower is also very low currently, less in gross than Atomic Blonde but at least it has 10 days to go So maybe don't expect big or even moderate numbers this weekend
  7. At least it released domestically @Squadron Leader Tele
  8. Experience the wonder of a TV budget, sets and direction just with IMAX cameras instead, and if you watch this, we won't even give you extra scenes instead saving those for the network premiere. The wonders of VFX
  9. With Renegades and Leap both moving from LD weekend, there are now no proper wide releases that weekend. There is some Lionsgate Premiere movie, but those barely get a decent theater count. Normally a bad action movie like Mechanic, Transporter, Hitman or similar open on that weekend as one last goodbye to mindless summer movies.
  10. Leap isn't Labor Day anymore: http://deadline.com/2017/07/carly-rae-jepsen-elle-fanning-dane-dehaan-leap-animated-french-pic-weinstein-co-1201904758/ The Weinstein Co.’s animated feature, Leap! is changing dates yet again — this time moving up by five days to August 25.
  11. From the Deadline article, STX wanted to change the date, Besson and Europacorp stuck on the date We never got a good explanation why Besson was obsessed with keeping Valerian on literally the one date he could not use IMAX or market it as an auteur effort to be seen on the biggest screen without being overshadowed. Most foreign distributors moved off the July 21 date.
  12. All movies bar Apes, Valerian and Transformers seemed to hold well. Apart from Apes and Transformers (47MD and The House which suffered a crippling theater loss), good holds from last week as well. DM3, WW, Big Sick and Cars with crazy holds from last week. A little too late for Cars unfortunately, looks like it will sputter to a halt at about 150M domestic and a sub 3x which is hilarious for an animated movie released in summer. TD YD Title (Click to View) Studio Daily Gross % +/- YD / LW Theaters / Avg Gross To-Date Day 1 1 Dunkirk WB $6,444,109 -51% - 3,720 $1,732 $56,957,597 4 2 2 Girls Trip Uni. $3,464,800 -59% - 2,591 $1,337 $34,666,720 4 3 3 Spider-Man: Homecoming Sony $3,361,636 -51% -38% 4,130 $814 $255,213,302 18 4 4 War for the Planet of the Apes Fox $2,603,761 -60% -55% 4,100 $635 $100,838,898 11 5 6 Despicable Me 3 Uni. $2,326,850 -41% -12% 3,525 $660 $215,947,125 25 6 5 Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets STX $1,820,364 -60% - 3,553 $512 $18,827,988 4 7 7 Baby Driver TriS $922,117 -49% -23% 2,503 $368 $85,226,968 27 8 8 Wonder Woman WB $730,589 -49% -17% 1,971 $371 $389,741,896 53 9 9 The Big Sick LGF $622,557 -56% -19% 2,597 $240 $25,170,078 32 10 10 Wish Upon BG $393,139 -44% -43% 2,154 $183 $10,912,417 11 11 11 Cars 3 BV $377,939 -37% -18% 1,294 $292 $144,391,201 39 12 12 Transformers: The Last Knight Par. $155,888 -57% -58% 1,025 $152 $127,762,371 34 - - Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie Fox $73,026 -47% +48% 291 $251 $71,938,377 53 - - 47 Meters Down ENTMP $66,202 -47% -64% 449 $147 $42,338,479 39 - - The House WB (NL) $64,521 -43% -74% 453 $142 $24,520,790 25 - - Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 BV $55,260 -47% -30% 268 $206 $387,315,212 81 - - Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales BV $46,535 -35% -42% 229 $203 $170,664,282 60 - - The Beguiled (2017) Focus $41,240 -47% -65% 331 $125 $10,202,229 32 - - The Mummy (2017) Uni. $31,970 -53% -35% 214 $149 $79,433,035 46 - - The Boss Baby Fox $24,639 -37% +2% 163 $151 $174,481,618 116 - - A Ghost Story A24 $19,063 -52% +32% 43 $443 $495,487 18 - - Baywatch Par. $12,821 -48% -27% 125 $103 $58,022,263 61 - - Alien: Covenant Fox $7,707 -61% -21% 103 $75 $74,092,060 67 - - Everything, Everything WB $7,145 -46% -40% 90 $79 $34,099,031 67 - - Megan Leavey BST $6,655 -51% -57% 87 $76 $12,825,691 46 - - All Eyez on Me LG/S $4,504 -50% -76% 62 $73 $44,829,502 39 - - The Exception A24 $2,940 -47% -53% 28 $105 $654,843 53 - - It Comes At Night A24 $2,904 -51% -39% 33 $88 $13,818,780 46
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