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Hernan Gonzalez

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

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

Argentina: 

 

In the end neither Tinkerbell nor Mr. Peabody could win. Non-Stop, helped by a better than usual Sunday due to the Carnival Holidays, won the weekend with 85296 admissions, around $0.5 M. Monday and Tuesday are holiday there. The Pirate Fairy second with 83483 admissions and Mr. Peabody & Sherman on third with 77487 adm. falling just 30%. Robocop on the fourth place with 39685 adm. dropping 45%, total admissions 328495. And finally The Monuments Men opened on fifth with 38468 adm.

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

Chile: 

 

I, Frankenstein opens on Top of a weak weekend with 25124 admissions, $0.14 M. The Lego Movie and Robocop eased 40%+, 23204 adm/New total 319723 for Lego, and 22571 ad/ New total 185409 for Robocop. Frozen on the fourth spot with 14145 adm. (Total 923863 with 11200 coming from Sing-A-Long shows). And closing the Top Five we find the very weak opening of Hercules with only  9917 admissions.

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

Argentina

 

Thanks to a very good performance during the carnival holidays Tinkerbell won the week after all!!! Monday and Tuesday were very good days!!!

 

Week results:

1- Tinkerbell, The Pirate Fairy, 159370 admissions, $0.9 M, New

2- Mr.Peabody and Sherman, 148335 admissions, $0.8 M, -16%

3- Non-Stop, 147456 admissions, $0.75 M, New

4- Robocop, 72611 adm, $0.4 M, -30% 

5- The Monuments Men, 65202 adm, $0.3 M, New

 

Today's Openings: 300: Rise of an Empire and Vampire Academy

 

Top Five 2014:

1- Frozen 1923780 admissions (31080 Sing-A-Long version included)

2- The Mystery of Happiness (Local Movie) 594687 adm

3- Wolf of Wall Street 485926 adm

4- Paranormal Activity 421311 adm

5- The LEGO Movie 362124 adm 

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

Argentina:

 

Very good OD for 300: Rise of an Empire!!! With 38020 tickets sold it took 55% of the market yesterday!! That's the second best OD for 2014!! It should do more than $1 M during its OW!!! 

 

 

Also in Peru 300 did very well with 30299 admissions!! It also was number 1 in Bolivia. It didn't open in Chile yet, where with the kids at school and no important releases Thursday was pretty weak.

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Rsyu    6,858

Argentina:

 

Very good OD for 300: Rise of an Empire!!! With 38020 tickets sold it took 55% of the market yesterday!! That's the second best OD for 2014!! It should do more than $1 M during its OW!!! 

 

 

Also in Peru 300 did very well with 30299 admissions!! It also was number 1 in Bolivia. It didn't open in Chile yet, where with the kids at school and no important releases Thursday was pretty weak.

 

Cool! Looks like 300 roae is doing well there :) what film had the highest OD in Argentina for 2014?

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

300:RoaE injected life in the usually weak post carnival weekend. It sold 228408 tickets and it became the second OW for 2014. It did $1.3 MLast weekend's box office was 26% up from last year's same weekend

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

300:RoaE sold 316382 tickets during its first week!! Around $1.8 M!!!

 

The Pirate Fairy on second with 71533 admissions sails on its way to become the most successful movie of the Tinkerbell series.  Non-Stop on third with 63432 adm.

 

Mr. Peabody with 59704 admissions this week beats Lego and Robocop and gets the 5th spot at the 2014 Top Five with 385178 admissions in total.

 

And on the fifth place seats 12 Years a Slave getting the Oscar boost and selling 45669 admissions, 35% up from last week. 

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

There is no competitions for 300:RoaE in South America!!! It opened yesterday in Chile and is easily going to win the weekend. And in Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay it is going to lead another weekend. There's is no new release with chances to challenge the greek soldiers!!!

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

Weekend Top 5:

 

1-  300:RoaE 129181 admissions, $0.7 M, -44%, 447205 adm Total ($ 2.5 M)

2- Need for Speed 76222 adm, $0.4 M (New)

3- Devil's Due 39769 adm, $0.2 M (New)

4- The Pirate Fairy 38348 adm

5- Non-Stop 35009 adm

 

 

2014 Top 5 Admissions:

 

1- Frozen 1929354

2- The Mystery of Happiness (Local Movie) 596485

3- Wolf of Wall Street 493802 

4- 300:Rise of an Empire 447205

5- Paranormal Activity 421802 

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

This week's Top 5:

 

1- 300:Rise of an Empire, 174196 admissions, -45%. Total: 493694 admissions, $3 M

2- Need for Speed, 101542 adm

3- Devil's Due, 52760 adm

4- The Pirate Fairy, 50229 adm, -30%. Total: 282122 adm, $1.6 M

5- Non-Stop, 45687 adm, -29%. Total: 257890 adm, $1.3 M

 

Today's openers: Tarzan 3D, Lone Survivor, Big Budapest Hotel, Labor Day, one french movie, one french-italian drama and 3 local films. 

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

"Summer" is over in the southern hemisphere!! And this was the best summer in at least 30 years!!!

 

10.4 M tickets were sold!!! Last record was 2004 with 9.8 M admissions! Even 2010, the summer of Avatar, with 9.7 M admissions wasn't as big as this one!!! Last summer: 9.1 M tickets. 

 

 

Last weekend Top 5:

 

1- 300:Rise of an Empire, 86215 adm, -33 % 

2- Need for Speed, 50666 adm, -34%

3- Tarzan, 50364 adm, new

4- Grand Budapest Hotel, 38133 adm, new 

5- Devil's Due, 34711 adm, -13%

 

Good holds all over because tomorrow is a holiday. 

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

The Pirate Fairy with 322252 is already the most successful movie of the Tinkerbell Saga in Argentina!!

 

 

Year / Movie / Admissions

2008 / Tinkerbell / 228k (released only in Mexico and Argentina)

2009 / The Lost Treasure / 155k

2010 / The Great Fairy Rescue / 166k

2012 / Secret of the Wings / 290k

2014 / The Pirate Fairy / 322k... and counting...  

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The Pirate Fairy with 322252 is already the most successful movie of the Tinkerbell Saga in Argentina!!

 

 

Year / Movie / Admissions

2008 / Tinkerbell / 228k (released only in Mexico and Argentina)

2009 / The Lost Treasure / 155k

2010 / The Great Fairy Rescue / 166k

2012 / Secret of the Wings / 290k

2014 / The Pirate Fairy / 322k... and counting...  

I don't care much for these films but good.

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seduh    307

"Summer" is over in the southern hemisphere!! And this was the best summer in at least 30 years!!!

 

10.4 M tickets were sold!!! Last record was 2004 with 9.8 M admissions! Even 2010, the summer of Avatar, with 9.7 M admissions wasn't as big as this one!!! Last summer: 9.1 M tickets. 

 

 

Last weekend Top 5:

 

1- 300:Rise of an Empire, 86215 adm, -33 % 

2- Need for Speed, 50666 adm, -34%

3- Tarzan, 50364 adm, new

4- Grand Budapest Hotel, 38133 adm, new 

5- Devil's Due, 34711 adm, -13%

 

Good holds all over because tomorrow is a holiday. 

Avatar wasn't that big as in other countries. It sold 2.8 million tickets, when Ice Age 4 sold 4.4 million (MU sold 3.3 and DM2 2.6)

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

300:Rise of an Empire sold 628568 tickets!! It will be hard to get to the level of the first 300 (874k admissions) with all the competition coming in the next weeks. But it did pretty good, better than expected. 

 

Today Captain America: The Winter Soldier comes to conquer the box office!!! Next Wednesday is the arrival of Noah (And it's a holiday. The have a lot of holidays in that country!!!). And then Rio 2 before Easter. It's going to be a very busy Autumn until the Soccer World Cup begins and the movies will notice it. 

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Sam    21,876

What can we expect for CA2 here? The first one did $3.5M (according to BOM)

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Hernan Gonzalez    3,681

What can we expect for CA2 here? The first one did $3.5M (according to BOM)

Let's see how it opens today

 

 

 

Edit: It is the most awaited movie of the fall

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