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Hernan Gonzalez

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

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

I expect a lot from Latin America about Amazing Spider-man 2 B)

In Argentina The Amazing Spider Man in 2012 did $8.27 M (1188000 admissions). It ranked number 6 for that year

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Fullbuster    13,896

In Argentina The Amazing Spider Man in 2012 did $8.27 M (1188000 admissions). It ranked number 6 for that year

 

Muy bien :D

Let's expect 1.5m adm for TASM2 so :D Maybe 2m B)

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

Is there a list of the all time top admissions for Peru and Chile?

I've found the chilean Top 20

 

Chile: All Time Top 20 Admissions:

 

  1 Avatar 1660076

  2 Ice Age 4 1464256

  3 Titanic 1426749

  4 Toy Story 3 1422389

  5 Ice Age 3 1421722

  6 The Avengers 1397320

  7 Monters University 1253746

  8 Shrek 2 1118133

  9 Iron Man 3 1097539

10 Shrek 4 1021646

11 Sexo Con Amor (*) 985093

12 Harry Potter 7 (Part 2) 946317

13 Rio 931102

14 The Conjuring 909297

15 LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring 880437

16 Star Wars, Episode 1 873141

17 Frozen 864585

18 Star Wars, Episode 3 863195

19 Fast & Furious 6 857979

20 LOTR: The Return of the King 853833

 

(*) Local Movie

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

Argentina: Thursday:

 

Mr. Peabody & Sherman poised to win the weekend by a wide margin

 

Robocop & Lego dropped 50%+

 

Frozen (1863000 admissions) beats IM3 total (1860000 adm.). But the exchange rate this year is so much worst than last May so Frozen would need to sell almost 400000 adm more to reach IM3's $13.6 M and that is not going to happen. 

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Argentina: Thursday: Mr. Peabody & Sherman poised to win the weekend by a wide margin Robocop & Lego dropped 50%+ Frozen (1863000 admissions) beats IM3 total (1860000 adm.). But the exchange rate this year is so much worst than last May so Frozen would need to sell almost 400000 adm more to reach IM3's $13.6 M and that is not going to happen.

Shame about the exchange rate! Still the admissions is really good see :) what are your predictions for where it will end??
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Fullbuster    13,896

Argentina: Thursday:

 

Mr. Peabody & Sherman poised to win the weekend by a wide margin

 

Robocop & Lego dropped 50%+

 

Frozen (1863000 admissions) beats IM3 total (1860000 adm.). But the exchange rate this year is so much worst than last May so Frozen would need to sell almost 400000 adm more to reach IM3's $13.6 M and that is not going to happen. 

 

Damned exchange rate in Latin America, without that the billion gross would be reached by Sunday!

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

ARGENTINA:

 

This weekend Mr. Peabody & Sherman leads, Pompeii opens on third.

 

Here are the Top 5:

 

1- Mr. Peabody & Sherman, 110121 admissions, $0.6 M 

2- Robocop, 70600 adm, $0.4 M, -48%

3- Pompeii, 44069 adm, $0.25 M

4- August, 33437 adm, $0.2 M, -32%

5- The LEGO Movie, 27820 adm, $0.15 M, -58%

 

2014 Top Five:

 

1- Frozen 1883689 admission (24624 Sing-A-Long version included)

2- The Mystery of Happiness (*) 573787

3- The Wolf of Wall Street 463030

4- Paranormal Activity 416731 

5- 47 Ronin 321213

 

(*) Local movie

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Fullbuster    13,896

 

ARGENTINA:

 

This weekend Mr. Peabody & Sherman leads, Pompeii opens on third.

 

Here are the Top 5:

 

1- Mr. Peabody & Sherman, 110121 admissions, $0.6 M 

2- Robocop, 70600 adm, $0.4 M, -48%

3- Pompeii, 44069 adm, $0.25 M

4- August, 33437 adm, $0.2 M, -32%

5- The LEGO Movie, 27820 adm, $0.15 M, -58%

 

2014 Top Five:

 

1- Frozen 1883689 admission (24624 Sing-A-Long version included)

2- The Mystery of Happiness (*) 573787

3- The Wolf of Wall Street 463030

4- Paranormal Activity 416731 

5- 47 Ronin 321213

 

(*) Local movie

 

 

 

Frozen number one, of course B)

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

Very soft weekend... and year,at least for the moment.

Actually this year had a very good start. This are the admissions sold during the first 7 weeks:

 

 

2014 7.164.106

2013 6.519.873

2012 6.526.707

2011 6.840.821

2010 6.808.426

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Fullbuster    13,896

Actually this year had a very good start. This are the admissions sold during the first 7 weeks:

 

 

2014 7.164.106

2013 6.519.873

2012 6.526.707

2011 6.840.821

2010 6.808.426

 

Wow, I always thought it was a fast-growing market but admissions stagnated for 4 years o_o

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

2013 $304.1 M2012 $271.7 M2011 $230.8 M2010 $179.3 MWith a 30% inflation rate and the government controlling the exchange rate it gives the impression that the market is growing so much faster than it really is

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

The "Summer" Holidays are finally getting to an end in Argentina. Last Wednesday half of the schools in the country opened their doors, the other half is doing the same next Wed. 

 

This are the Top 5 selling movies this January and February:

 

1- Frozen 1900794 admissions (27415 Sing-A-Long version included)

2- The Mystery of Happiness (Local Movie) 583244 adm

3- Wolf of Wall Street 468717 adm

4- Paranormal Activity 418257 adm

5- The LEGO Movie 335815 adm

 

Frozen sold more tickets than the sum of the other 4 movies!! 

 

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Also in Chile the holidays are almost over. 

 

This are the Top 5 movies (Jan-Feb). The Top 3 are animated movies!!!

 

1- Frozen 909796 admissions (10814 Sing-A-Long version included)

2- The LEGO Movie 296473 adm

3- Walking with Dinosaurs 199958 adm

4- Robocop 162796

5- Wolf of Wall Street 160804

 

Also here Frozen sold almost 100000 more tickets than the sum of the other 4 movies!

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Fullbuster    13,896

The "Summer" Holidays are finally getting to an end in Argentina. Last Wednesday half of the schools in the country opened their doors, the other half is doing the same next Wed. 

 

This are the Top 5 selling movies this January and February:

 

1- Frozen 1900794 admissions (27415 Sing-A-Long version included)

2- The Mystery of Happiness (Local Movie) 583244 adm

3- Wolf of Wall Street 468717 adm

4- Paranormal Activity 418257 adm

5- The LEGO Movie 335815 adm

 

Frozen sold more tickets than the sum of the other 4 movies!! 

 

_________________________________________

 

Also in Chile the holidays are almost over. 

 

This are the Top 5 movies (Jan-Feb). The Top 3 are animated movies!!!

 

1- Frozen 909796 admissions (10814 Sing-A-Long version included)

2- The LEGO Movie 296473 adm

3- Walking with Dinosaurs 199958 adm

4- Robocop 162796

5- Wolf of Wall Street 160804

 

Also here Frozen sold almost 100000 more tickets than the sum of the other 4 movies!

 

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Frozen froze them all, and in Latin America it's not that common :P

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

Even though half of the schools in the country opened their doors last Wednesday, Tinker Bell's new movie, The Pirate Fairy, is poised to win the weekend!!! Non-Stop opens on third. 

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Even though half of the schools in the country opened their doors last Wednesday, Tinker Bell's new movie, The Pirate Fairy, is poised to win the weekend!!! Non-Stop opens on third. 

Mr.Peabody will be number 1 again...

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