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Hernan Gonzalez

Argentina Box Office - Minions: first movie ever to do $35m+!!!

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

This weekend Lego opened on Top, August on third and Hercules on fifth. Here are the Top 5:

 

Movie/This Week Admissions/Total Admissions

The Lego Movie/119.811/119811 

Frozen/69939/1733439

August/69763/69763

El Misterio de la Felicidad (Local Movie)/47678/485911

Hercules/46703/46703

 

2014 Top Five:

1-Frozen 1733439

2-El Misterio de la Felicidad 485911

3-The Wolf of Wall Street 409921

4-Paranormal Activity 397179 

5-47 Ronin 308663

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Fullbuster    13,994

Admission numbers are good for a developing country with 40m inhabitants.

What is the size of this market in dollars? What was the progression over the years?

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

Admission numbers are good for a developing country with 40m inhabitants.

What is the size of this market in dollars? What was the progression over the years?

It is very hard to do it in american dollar cause the exchange rate changes a lot in that market.

For example:

01/01/13: US $1 = 4.87598 Argentine Peso

31/12/13: US $1 = 6.48708 Argentine Peso

Today: US $1 = 8.01494 Argentine Peso

 

2013 was a record year taking in account tickets sold: 46.942.800 (in 2012: 46.391.028 tickets sold)

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

Lego needed 1 week to reach $1 M. 

 

Here's this week top 5:

 

1- The Lego Movie: 186526 admissions, $1.06 M, New release.

2- Frozen: 115245 admissions, $0,65 M, Total $10.8 M.

3- August: Osage County: 97865 admissions, $0.56 M, New release.

4- The Legend of Hercules: 68013 admissions, $0.39 M, New release.

5- El Misterio de la Felicidad (Local movie): 67966 admissions, $0.39 M, Total $2.8 M.

 

12 Years a Slave released last Thursday didn't reach the Top 5. 

 

Today new releases: Winter's Tale, Robocop, Philomena and 3 local movies. Frozen Sing-A-Long version also opens today!!

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Fullbuster    13,994

Lego needed 1 week to reach $1 M. 

 

Here's this week top 5:

 

1- The Lego Movie: 186526 admissions, $1.06 M, New release.

2- Frozen: 115245 admissions, $0,65 M, Total $10.8 M.

3- August: Osage County: 97865 admissions, $0.56 M, New release.

4- The Legend of Hercules: 68013 admissions, $0.39 M, New release.

5- El Misterio de la Felicidad (Local movie): 67966 admissions, $0.39 M, Total $2.8 M.

 

12 Years a Slave released last Thursday didn't reach the Top 5. 

 

Today new releases: Winter's Tale, Robocop, Philomena and 3 local movies. Frozen Sing-A-Long version also opens today!!

 

$11m for Frozen is quite great, even if I don't know how the exchange rate alters the result.

Good start for Lego I guess

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

$11m for Frozen is quite great, even if I don't know how the exchange rate alters the result.

Good start for Lego I guess

Actually exchange rate is worst than last year but not that bad. Avatar did $13.5 M. so Frozen´s $11 M are quite good and $13 M are not out of the picture. Let's see how the sing-a-long version does this weekend. 

 

Frozen is already Disney Animation Studio's biggest release in Argentina  ;)

 

Lego did Ok for a February release. Let's see how it holds this weekend. 

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

Argentina: a little bit better than last weekend  :ty:

 

Robocop opens on Top slightly better than Lego last weekend with 132731 tickets sold, around $0.75 M. Lego fell 45% to number 2 with 65362 tickets sold (around $0.35 M). Frozen on third with 48915 tickets sold (12006 coming from 86 showtimes a day of the Sing-A-Long version). August 48300 tickets sold $0.25 M. and the local movie The Mystery of Happiness on fifth with 36497 tickets sold ($0.20 M)

 

:hellothere:

 

Chile: The numbers I posted were not complete. It was not such a bad weekend. I corrected them now  :D Now I know I have to wait a little bit more for the complete results.

 

Robocop won the weekend with $0.35 M (66312 tickets sold). Lego dropped 40% to a $0.30 M weekend (58536 tickets sold). Frozen dropped only 27% with the help of the Sing-A-Long release (34130 tickets sold, 3284 coming from the Sing-A-Long version) The rest of the Top Five: A local new release, Mamma, I am a grown up, sold 25813 tickets and 12 Years a Slave, 14908 admissions, only 14% drop. Monday is included in those totals. 

 

:hellothere:

 

Robocop also ruled the rest of the small markets of the southern part of South America: Paraguay, Bolivia and Uruguay. And it did pretty well in Peru with 102052 tickets sold. 

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juni78ukr    4,028

Henry, do you have current admissions totals for Frozen in Chile, Peru and other South-American markets except Brazil and Argentina?

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

Henry, do you have current admissions totals for Frozen in Chile, Peru and other South-American markets except Brazil and Argentina?

 

This is what I have  ;)

 

Total admissions sold until yesterday (Sing-A-Long version is included):

 

 

Argentina 1828243

Bolivia 94463

Chile 834207

Paraguay 55825

Uruguay 74292

 

Sorry but I have nothing from Peru because the website I check doesn't report Disney movies  :sadno:

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Fullbuster    13,994

This is what I have  ;)

 

Total admissions sold until yesterday (Sing-A-Long version is included):

 

 

Argentina 1828243

Bolivia 94463

Chile 834207

Paraguay 55825

Uruguay 74292

 

Sorry but I have nothing from Peru because the website I check doesn't report Disney movies  :sadno:

 

If we take the population into account we can say the Chilean number is impressive.

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

If we take the population into account we can say the Chilean number is impressive.

But you should also take in account that in January a lot of tourists go to Chile on holidays. Actually this January around 446000 people went there (almost half of it coming from Argentina). That's not a lot compared with the total population but when people are on holidays they like to take the kids to the movies and do a lot of things with them, not just go to the beach.

 

Can I ask you a question? Do you know how can I change the thread title? I see people are changing it all the time according to what's new in the country's thread.

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Fullbuster    13,994

But you should also take in account that in January a lot of tourists go to Chile on holidays. Actually this January around 446000 people went there (almost half of it coming from Argentina). That's not a lot compared with the total population but when people are on holidays they like to take the kids to the movies and do a lot of things with them, not just go to the beach.

 

Can I ask you a question? Do you know how can I change the thread title? I see people are changing it all the time according to what's new in the country's thread.

 

First post -> Edit -> Use Full Editor -> You change your titles -> Submit Modified Post

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

"and neighbors"

Try to keep Brazilian statistics for the Brazil BO Thread ^^"

Don't worry, Brazil is a bigger market  ;)

 

Only Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay and Bolivia  :D

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

Robocop's first week - Frozen's Sing-A-Long version released:

 

 

Argentina

 

1- Robocop, 185453 admissions, $1.06 M 

2- The LEGO Movie, 104692 admissions, $0.58 M, -44%, Total: 291878 adm. $1.6 M

3- Frozen, 79547 adm. (20014 from Sing A Long version), $0.44 M, -31%, Total: 1858711 adm. $11.3 M

4- August, 67589 adm, $0.36 M, -31%, Total: 166106 adm. $0.91 M

5- The Mystery of Happiness, 48184 adm, $0.27, -29%, Total: 554789 adm. $3.1 M

    Philomena opens on the 7th spot with 34574 adm. $0.19 and The Winter's Tale on 8th with 33270 adm. $0.18 M

 

This weekend new releases: Mr. Peabody & Sherman, Pompeii, the Oscar nominee italian movie La Grande Bellezza, Nebraska, a 1 year old horror movie and 2 local movies. 

 

 

Chile:

 

1- Robocop, 84944 adm, $0.49 M

2- The LEGO Movie, 81065 adm, $0.44 M, -39%, Total: 213365 adm, $1.17 M

3- Frozen, 48396 adm (5332 from the Sing A Long version), $0.27 M, -29%, Total: 864585 adm, $4.9 M

 

 

Peru

 

Good start for Robocop with 163962 admissions.

 

 

Robocop also leads the rest of the small markets of the southern part of South America: Paraguay (4762 adm), Bolivia (14532 adm) and Uruguay (8499 adm)

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