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The Fast and the Furiosa

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  1. Just want to point out that at least drive-in wise, very sparse for Dunkirk in general. There are a couple pairings with WW, but not enough to move the needle. Not like Diana needs the help anyway
  2. The Box Office Buzz and Tracking Thread: Electric Boogaloo

    Yeah it's desktop only as of yesterday
  3. Will be interesting to see what gets split nationwide, Wish Upon seems like a prime candidate
  4. Oh I was just um... Looking at... Derby | Week 28

    Expanded too quickly imo, it's hard to ramp up a marketing campaign for an extreme expansion like that. Jumped the gun a bit
  5. Searching randomly I found this http://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/?yr=2013&wknd=26&p=.htm Wouldnt be surprised if a holiday weekend managed to do it
  6. Oh I was just um... Looking at... Derby | Week 28

    Wish Upon is gonna sink me goddamit
  7. Oh, gotcha. People were probably afraid of the distributor, which is fair. Seemed more like 7-8 mil for me. Forgot what I put in the derby
  8. That's not exactly a ringing endorsement. How is it compared to 47MD?
  9. Wednesday #s: SMH 9.9M | Wonder Woman 1.26M (Forbes)

    Don't love Dawn comparison though. Films even as old as 3 years have completely changed in terms of preview awareness. Star Trek Beyond is about as perfect of a comparison as you can get.
  10. Wednesday #s: SMH 9.9M | Wonder Woman 1.26M (Forbes)

    You know that July weekdays and June weekdays are not comparable. At least, I think you know this
  11. The Box Office Buzz and Tracking Thread: Electric Boogaloo

    Looks like the screen splitting is happening in many places around the country. The House as well. For reference http://analyzer.fmlnerd.com/showtimes/
  12. Think people are being too harsh on Wrath. If you remove the title of the film and only give the Monday daily, the breakdown of audience demographic, and the time of year, it's not that unreasonable. By general box office numbers, that looks right to me. Now, WW has defied that generalized approach for 6 weeks now, but it's not that crazy. You're extrapolating from Monday; we have no idea the impact on theaters with Apes coming in and Big Sick with an extensive expansion how that will impact WW's older skewing audience. Now, what will likely happen is WW having a good hold on Wednesday from Tuesday and potentially a Thursday slight increase, and therefore change the trajectory, but I can't tell the future there either. I'd put down for 35-40, but based on just math, Wrath isn't loco
  13. He gets studio estimates as well. He used to work for ProBoxOffice back when they were actually good (because of him)
  14. In case anyone is curious about drive in pairings nationwide (359 screens in 210 theaters logged), most common pairing this weekend is Spidey/DM3 on 75 screens. Next closest with Spidey is Baby Driver at 28 screens.
  15. I believe boxofficereport.com has an archive of most of the Thursday previews

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