Sunshine, Light, and Joy

 

This is a post that I've been thinking about for awhile. Recently, I opened up the discussion to other members of the staff to get their feelings on the matter, and their opinions generally matched mine, which is this:

Within the last year or so, there's been a steady increase of negative posts in movie threads. We've always had some heated discussions for some movies, but recently things have not only gotten more histrionic in those threads (generally speaking, the CBM ones), but they've started to spread to other franchises and other movies as well. I'm not talking about out-and-out trolling, I'm talking about members feeling they have to consistently shit on a movie (or studio, or star) simply because they aren't interested in the current project or projects. With every piece of news about a movie, it's now a virtual guarantee that there's a flood of people rushing to say they think it sucks, they don't like the current trailer/tv spot/actor/actress/director/concept. And I get it -- we all have movies we don't like, movies which we think are bad ideas, industry people that just don't appeal to us. But there's a fine line between expressing your opinion about this and doing it so often, with such consistency, that the collective emphasis of all of it basically brings down the entire thread and thus the entire forum.

There's no easy answer to this. We don't want to crush freedom of expression here. But at the same time, the spirit of this forum is for people to have fun talking about the movies they love and the box-office runs they love.

To have fun.

And while it may be fun -- in a sense -- to personally vent about a movie, or to vent at people who dare to enjoy something you don't, it doesn't bring fun to our community. In fact, it generally drags down the overall fun for everyone else. We've had people repeatedly mention to us over the last several months or so that in some cases they don't even bother going into some threads -- even for movies they're curious about! -- because they just don't want to deal with the overall mess those threads contain. And frankly, that matches the personal opinion of most of the staff as well.

So this post is both a request and a warning. 

The request: Next time you feel like taking a dump on a movie (or a topic) for the dozenth time, take a moment to consider whether it's really worth it. People probably already have a good idea of what your attitude about the project is. Maybe just put your posting energy into a movie that you enjoy and love or are excited about.

The warning: The staff is going to be taking a closer look at some of these threads and we'll be more active with temp thread-bans if we think it'll help the overall vibe of the forum. I'd rather we don't have to, but it's not going to constrain any of you too much if you aren't allowed to post about a movie you supposedly don't care about anyway.

Remember the words of Bill and Ted: "Be Excellent to Each Other".

They're just movies, guys. It's about having fun.

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Weekend Prediction thread (6/2-6/4) | Play the Derby

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1) Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
$68.8M (-53%)

 

2) Snatched
$16.7M

 

3) King Arthur
$13.8M

4) Fate of the Furious
$4.8M (-44%)

5) The Boss Baby
$4M (-32%)

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1. 71.0M GOTG2
2. 22.5M Snatched
3. 20.0M King Arthur
4. 04.5M Fate of the Furious
5. 04.5M The Boss Baby


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5/12-5/14

  1. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: $70.5 million ($250 million)
  2. Snatched: $24 million
  3. King Arthur - Legend of the Sword: $16 million
  4. The Fate of the Furious: $5.5 million ($215 million)
  5. The Boss Baby: $5 million ($163 million)
  6. Beauty & the Beast: $4.5 million ($494 million)
  7. How to Be a Latin Lover: $4 million ($26 million)
  8. Lowriders: $2 million
  9. The Circle: $1.5 million ($18 million)
  10. Baahubali 2 - The Conclusion: $1.5 million ($18 million)

5/19-5/21

  1. Alien - Covenant: $43.5 million
  2. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: $42 million ($314 million)
  3. Everything, Everything: $16 million
  4. Snatched: $12 million ($42 million)
  5. Diary of a Wimpy Kid - The Long Haul: $7.5 million
  6. King Arthur - Legend of the Sword: $6.5 million ($26 million)
  7. The Boss Baby: $2.5 million ($166 million)
  8. The Fate of the Furious: $2 million ($218 million)
  9. Beauty & the Beast: $2 million ($496 million)
  10. How to Be a Latin Lover: $1.5 million ($28 million)

5/26-5/29

  1. Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Men Tell No Tales: $70.5 million/$88 million
  2. Baywatch: $36 million/$44 million ($54 million)
  3. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: $25.5 million/$32.5 million ($360 million)
  4. Alien - Covenant: $20 million/$25 million ($80 million)
  5. Everything, Everything: $10 million/$12 million ($33 million)
  6. Snatched: $6.5 million/$8 million ($53 million)
  7. Diary of a Wimpy Kid - The Long Haul: $5 million/$6.25 million ($16 million)
  8. King Arthur - Legend of the Sword: $3.5 million/$4.5 million ($32 million)
  9. The Boss Baby: $1.5 million/$2.25 million ($169 million)
  10. Beauty & the Beast: $1.5 million/$2.25 million ($499 million)

6/2-6/4

  1. Wonder Woman: $83.5 million
  2. Captain Underpants: $31 million
  3. Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Men Tell No Tales: $26.5 million ($126 million)
  4. Baywatch: $16.5 million ($78 million)
  5. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: $11 million ($375 million)
  6. Alien - Covenant: $8 million ($91 million)
  7. Everything, Everything: $4.5 million ($39 million)
  8. Snatched: $3 million ($57 million)
  9. Diary of a Wimpy Kid - The Long Haul: $2 million ($19 million)
  10. King Arthur - Legend of the Sword: $1.5 million ($34 million)

6/9-6/11

  1. The Mummy: $45.5 million
  2. Wonder Woman: $34.5 million ($146 million)
  3. Captain Underpants: $19 million ($64 million)
  4. Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Men Tell No Tales: $13.5 million ($149 million)
  5. Baywatch: $10 million ($95 million)
  6. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: $6 million ($385 million)
  7. It Comes At Night: $5.5 million
  8. Alien - Covenant: $3 million ($96 million)
  9. Everything, Everything: $2.5 million ($43 million)
  10. Snatched: $1.5 million ($60 million)

6/16-6/18

  1. Cars 3: $74 million
  2. All Eyez on Me: $38.5 million
  3. The Mummy: $21 million ($84 million)
  4. Wonder Woman: $17 million ($177 million)
  5. Rough Night: $13 million
  6. Captain Underpants: $8 million ($79 million)
  7. Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Men Tell No Tales: $8.5 million ($164 million)
  8. Baywatch: $5.5 million ($104 million)
  9. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: $4.5 million ($393 million)
  10. It Comes At Night: $3 million ($10 million)

6/23-6/25

  1. Transformers - The Last Knight: $47 million ($80 million)
  2. Cars 3: $38.5 million ($149 million)
  3. All Eyez on Me: $17.5 million ($73 million)
  4. The Mummy: $10 million ($102 million)
  5. Wonder Woman: $8.5 million ($193 million)
  6. Rough Night: $7 million ($26 million)
  7. Captain Underpants: $5 million ($88 million)
  8. Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Men Tell No Tales: $3.5 million ($170 million)
  9. Baywatch: $3 million ($110 million)
  10. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: $2 million ($397 million)

6/30-7/2

  1. Despicable Me 3: $110.5 million
  2. The House: $29 million
  3. Transformers - The Last Knight: $18.5 million ($117 million)
  4. Cars 3: $15.5 million ($181 million)
  5. Baby Driver: $11 million ($18 million)
  6. All Eyez on Me: $8 million ($89 million)
  7. The Mummy: $5.5 million ($113 million)
  8. Wonder Woman: $4.5 million ($201 million)
  9. Rough Night: $4 million ($33 million)
  10. Captain Underpants: $1.5 million ($91 million)

 

 

 

 

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  1. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - 64.5M
  2. Snatched - 26.4M
  3. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword - 24.3M
  4. The Boss Baby - 5.0M
  5. The Fate of the Furious - 5.0M
  6. Beauty and the Beast - 4.5M
  7. How to be a Latin Lover - 2.9M
  8. The Circle - 2.5M
  9. Gifted - 1.6M
  10. Baahubali 2: The Conclusion - 1.6M
  11. Smurfs: The Lost Village - 1.2M
  12. Going in Style - 1.1M

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - 65.9

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword - 24

Snatched - 15 --> Amy Schumer effect - $20million

The Fate of the Furious - 3.95

The Boss Baby - 3.82

Beauty and the Beast (2017) - 3.6

How to be a Latin Lover - 2.6

The Circle (2017) - 1.98

Gifted - 1.23

Smurfs: The Lost Village - 0.96

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On 5/4/2017 at 11:16 PM, Blankments said:

The Promise, Get Out, Born in China, The Case for Christ, Logan, Phoenix Forgotten, and Free Fire are gone.

Unforgettable and The Zookeeper's Wife are gone.

 

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - 21/10 (2D/3D) total 31 (down 4)

Snatched - 17 (debut)
The Fate of the Furious - 15 (no change)

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword - 7/8 (2D/3D) total 15 (debut)

The Boss Baby - 10 (no change)

Beauty and the Beast - 5 (down 10)

Gifted - 5 (down 5)

Going in Style - 5 (no change)
Mother's Day - 5 (debut)

The Circle - 3 (down 7)

The Lost City of Z - 3 (down 2)

Baahubali 2 - 2 (down 2)
Smurfs: The Lost Village - 1 (down 2)

 

And I'm home for the summer, so I'll be doing the hometown theaters for a while. Drive-in is Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Beauty and the Beast. 

 

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - 32/4/12/4 (2D/2D with D-BOX/IMAX 3D) total 52

Snatched - 22

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword - 14/5 (2D/3D) total 19

The Boss Baby - 15

Beauty and the Beast - 14

The Circle - 14
The Fate of the Furious - 13
Going in Style - 13

Gifted - 10

Mother's Day - 5

How to be a Latin Lover - 4

Born in China - 3

The Dinner - 3

Smurfs: The Lost Village - 3

The Lost City of Z - 2

Sleight - 1

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5/19-5/21

  1. Alien - Covenant: $46 million
  2. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: $35 million ($298 million)
  3. Everything, Everything: $16.5 million
  4. Diary of a Wimpy Kid - The Long Haul: $8.5 million
  5. Snatched: $7.5 million ($27 million)
  6. King Arthur - Legend of the Sword: $5.5 million ($22 million)
  7. The Boss Baby: $2.5 million ($164 million)
  8. The Fate of the Furious: $2 million ($217 million)
  9. Beauty & the Beast: $2 million ($496 million)
  10. Lowriders: $1.5 million ($4 million)

5/26-5/29

  1. Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Men Tell No Tales: $77 million/$94 million
  2. Baywatch: $29.5 million/$35.5 million ($42 million)
  3. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: $22.5 million/$29 million ($348 million)
  4. Alien - Covenant: $21 million/$25.5 million ($82 million)
  5. Everything, Everything: $10.5 million/$13 million ($34 million)
  6. Diary of a Wimpy Kid - The Long Haul: $6 million/$7.5 million ($18 million)
  7. Snatched: $4.5 million/$5.5 million ($35 million)
  8. King Arthur - Legend of the Sword: $3 million/$3.5 million ($27 million)
  9. The Boss Baby: $1.5 million/$2 million ($166 million)
  10. Beauty & the Beast: $1.5 million/$2 million ($499 million)

6/2-6/4

  1. Wonder Woman: $91 million
  2. Captain Underpants: $33 million
  3. Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Men Tell No Tales: $26.5 million ($134 million)
  4. Baywatch: $14 million ($63 million)
  5. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: $10 million ($362 million)
  6. Alien - Covenant: $7.5 million ($93 million)
  7. Everything, Everything: $5.5 million ($42 million)
  8. Diary of a Wimpy Kid - The Long Haul: $3 million ($22 million)
  9. Snatched: $2.5 million ($38 million)
  10. King Arthur - Legend of the Sword: $1.5 million ($29 million)

6/9-6/11

  1. The Mummy: $45.5 million
  2. Wonder Woman: $36.5 million ($156 million)
  3. Captain Underpants: $20 million ($65 million)
  4. Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Men Tell No Tales: $13.5 million ($156 million)
  5. Baywatch: $9 million ($79 million)
  6. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: $5.5 million ($371 million)
  7. It Comes At Night: $3.5 million
  8. Alien - Covenant: $3 million ($98 million)
  9. Everything, Everything: $3 million ($47 million)
  10. Diary of a Wimpy Kid - The Long Haul: $1.5 million ($24 million)

6/16-6/18

  1. Cars 3: $74 million
  2. All Eyez on Me: $39 million
  3. The Mummy: $21 million ($84 million)
  4. Wonder Woman: $17.5 million ($188 million)
  5. Rough Night: $13 million
  6. Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Men Tell No Tales: $9 million ($172 million)
  7. Captain Underpants: $7.5 million ($78 million)
  8. Baywatch: $4.5 million ($87 million)
  9. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: $4 million ($378 million)
  10. 47 Meters Down: $2 million

6/23-6/25

  1. Transformers - The Last Knight: $48 million ($75 million)
  2. Cars 3: $39.5 million ($150 million)
  3. All Eyez on Me: $17.5 million ($73 million)
  4. The Mummy: $10 million ($102 million)
  5. Wonder Woman: $8.5 million ($203 million)
  6. Rough Night: $8 million ($27 million)
  7. Captain Underpants: $4.5 million ($86 million)
  8. Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Men Tell No Tales: $3 million ($178 million)
  9. Baywatch: $2.5 million ($92 million)
  10. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: $1.5 million ($381 million)

 

 

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Alien: Covenant- $40M

Everything Everything- $11M

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul- $9M

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So, this thread is only for prediction. This is not some game, just post your prediction thread?

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Alien:Covenant:$44 million 

Random Basic Bitch Wants Everything, Everything:$10 million 

Diary Of A Who Gives A Fuck:$6 million

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My predictions are always way off but I decided to post them this week after wanting to for a while. Please tell me how wrong I am ;)

 

19-21 May 2017 figures obviously all in millions for all predictions

 

1. Alien: Covenant $41.2

2. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $36/$303.5

3. Everything, Everything $11

4. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul $9.2

5. Snatched $9/$34.2

6. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword $7.2/$27.6

7. The Fate of the Furious $3.2/$219.9

8. Beauty and the Beast $3.1/$498.5

9. The Boss Baby $2.9/$166.3

10. How to be a Latin Lover $2.4/$29.7

 

Longer range predictions:

Spoiler

26-28 May 2017

 

1. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales $70/$84 (4-day (FSSM)

2. Baywatch $32/$40 (5-day TFSSM)

3. Alien: Covenant $20/$74.2

4. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $18.8/$322.3

5. Everything, Everything $6/$20

6. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul $5/$18.2

7. Snatched $5/$42.2

8. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword $4/$35

9. Beauty and the Beast $2/$501.5

10. The Fate of the Furious $1.8/$223

 

2-4 June 2017

 

1. Wonder Woman $88

2. Captain Underpants $35

3. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales $30/$130

4. Baywatch $17/$75

5. Alien: Covenant $12/$90

6. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $10/$338.5

7. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul $3/$21.6

8. Everything, Everything $2.8/$25

9. Snatched $2.6/$49

10. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword $2.2/$39.5

 

9-11 June 2017

 

1. Wonder Woman $40/$140

2. The Mummy $30

3. Captain Underpants $20/$65

4. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales $17/$155

5. Baywatch $10/$90

6. Alien: Covenant $7/$100

7. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $6/$348

8. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul $1.8/$24

9. Everything, Everything $1.7/$30

10. Snatched $1.4/$53

 

16-18 June 2016

 

1. Cars 3 $70

2. Wonder Woman $24/$175

3. Rough Night $20

4. The Mummy $15/$57

5. All Eyez On Me $12.5

6. Captain Underpants $12/$82

7. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales $9/$168

8. Baywatch $5.5/$99

9. Alien: Covenant $3.5/$108

10. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $3.5/$353

 

23-25 June 2017

 

1. Transformers: The Last Knight $55/$75 (WTFSS)

2. Cars 3 $40/$140

3. Wonder Woman $14/$195

4. Rough Night $10/$38

5. The Mummy $8/$70

6. All Eyez On Me $7/$25

7. Captain Underpants $6.5/$93

8. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales $5/$177

9. Baywatch $3/$105

10. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $1.8/$342

 

30 June- 2 July 2017

 

1. Despicable Me 3 $85

2. Transformers: The Last Knight $25/$120

3. Cars 3 $20/$170

4. Baby Driver $12/$17 (WTFSS)

5. The House $10

6. Wonder Woman $9/$210

7. Rough Night $5/$45

8. The Mummy $4.5/$78

9. All Eyez on Me $4/$32

10. Captain Underpants $3.5/$99

 

7-9 July 2017

 

1. Spider-Man: Homecoming $100

2. Despicable Me 3 $45/$150

3. Transformers: The Last Knight $14/$145

4. Cars 3 $12/$186

5. Baby Driver $7/$30

6. Wonder Woman $5/$218

7. The House $4.5/$18

8. All Eyez On Me $2.6/$37

9. Rough Night $2.5/$50

10. The Mummy $2.2/$82

 

14-16 July 2017

 

1. War for the Planet of the Apes $75

2. Spider-Man: Homecoming $45/$175

3. Despicable Me 3 $25/$190

4. Transformers: The Last Knight $7.5/$158

5. Cars 3 $7/$197

6. Baby Driver $4/$36

7. Wonder Woman $3/$223

8. The House $2.7/$23

9. All Eyez On Me $1.7/$40

10. The Mummy $1.3/$84

 

21-23 July 2017

 

1. Dunkirk $50

2. War for the Planet of the Apes $40/$140

3. Spider-Man: Homecoming $25/$213

4. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets $15

5. Despicable Me 3 $14/$210

6. Girls Trip $10

7. Cars 3 $4/$203

8. Transformers: The Last Knight $3/$163

9. Baby Driver $2/$39

10. Wonder Woman $1.5/$225.5

 

28-30 July 2017

 

1. Dunkirk $30/$95

2. War for the Planet of the Apes $23/$175

3. Atomic Blonde $20

4. The Emoji Movie $19

5. Spider-Man: Homecoming $15/$240

6. Despicable Me 3 $8.5/$226

7. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets $7.5/$27

8. Girls Trip $4.5/$17.5

9. Cars 3 $2.6/$207

10. Transformers: The Last Knight $1.5/$166

 

4-6 August 2017

 

1. Dunkirk $18.5/$120

2. The Dark Tower $18

3. War for the Planet of the Apes $15/$197

4. Atomic Blonde $10/$37

5. The Emoji Movie $9.5/$35

6. Detroit $8.5

7. Spider-Man: Homecoming $8/$254

8. Despicable Me 3 $5.5/$250

9. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets $3.8/$33

10. Girls Trip $2.5/$22

 

11-13 August 2017

 

1. Annabelle: Creation $35

2. Dunkirk $11/$137

3. The Dark Tower $10/$35

4. War for the Planet of the Apes $9/$210

5. Atomic Blonde $6/$46

6. The Emoji Movie $5/$42.5

7. Detroit $5/$16

8. The Nut Job: Nutty By Nature $4.5

9. Spider-Man: Homecoming $4.3/$260

10. Despicable Me 3 $3/$255

 

18-20 August 2017

 

1. Annabelle: Creation $15/$60

2. The Hitman's Bodyguard $13

3. Dunkirk $7/$147

4. The Dark Tower $5.5/$43

5. War for the Planet of the Apes $5/$218

6. Logan Lucky $4.5

7. Atomic Blonde $4/$52

8. The Emoji Movie $3.2/$48

9. Detroit $3/$21

10. Spider-Man: Homecoming $2.5/$264

 

25-27 August 2017

 

1. Annabelle: Creation $8/$72

2. The Hitman's Bodyguard $7.8/$25

3. Polaroid $7.5

4. Dunkirk $4/$154

5. Crown Heights $3.5

6. Tulip Fever $3.2

7. The Dark Tower $3/$48

8. War for the Planet of the Apes $2.8/$222

9. Birth of the Dragon $2.6

10. Logan Lucky $2.5/$9

 

1-3 September 2017

 

1. The Hitman's Bodyguard $5/$33

2. Annabelle: Creation $4.8/$79

3. Leap! $4.1

4. Renegades $4

5. Polaroid $3.8/$13

6. Unlocked $3

7. Dunkirk $2.5/$158

8. Crown Heights $2/$7

9. The Dark Tower $1.8/$51

10. War for the Planet of the Apes $1.7/$225

 

8-10 September 2017

 

1. It $50

2. The Hitman's Bodyguard $2.8/$38

3. Annabelle: Creation $2.7/$84

4. Leap! $2.3/$8

5. Renegades $2/$7.5

6. Polaroid $1.9/$16

7. Unlocked $1.5/$5

8. Dunkirk $1.4/$161

9. Crown Heights $1.1/$8.8

10. The Dark Tower $1/$52.5

 

15-17 September 2017

 

1. It $20/$80

2. American Assassin $18

3. The Soultrean $8

4. All I See Is You $4

5. The Hitman's Bodyguard $1.8/$41

6. Annabelle: Creation $1.7/$87

7. Leap! $1.4/$10.5

8. Renegades $1.2/$10

9. Polaroid $1.1/$17.5

8. Dunkirk $0.9/$162.5

 

22-24 September 2017

 

1. Kingsman: The Golden Circle $55

2. Ninjago $40

3. It $12/$100

4. American Assassin $10/$34

5. The Soultrean $4.5/$15

6. All I See Is You $2.5/$8

7. Friend Request $2

8. The Hitman's Bodyguard $1.2/$43

9. Annabelle Creation $1.1/$90

10. Leap! $0.8/$11.8

 

29 September-1 October 2017

 

1. Kingsman: The Golden Circle $30/$100

2. Ninjago $22/$75

3. Flatliners $15

4. American Made $12

5. It $7.5/$113

6. American Assassin $5.5/$43

7. The Soultrean $3/$20

8. All I See Is You $1.5/$10.5

9. Friend Request $1/$3.5

10. The Hitman's Bodyguard $0.8/$44.5

 

6-8 October 2017

 

1. Blade Runner 2049 $50

2. Kingsman: The Golden Circle $18/$130

3. My Little Pony $15

4. Ninjago $13/$96

5. Flatliners $7.5/$28

6. American Made $6/$22

7. It $4/$120

8. American Assassin $3/$48

9. The Soultrean $1.5/$22.5

10. All I See Is You $1/$12

 

13-15 October 2017

 

1. Blade Runner 2049 $30/$100

2. mother! $15

3. Kingsman: The Golden Circle $12/$150

4. Marshall $10

5. Ninjago $8.5/$108

6. My Little Pony $7.5/$26

7. Half to Death $7

8. Flatliners $3.5/$28

9. It $2.7/$125

10. American Assassin $1.8/$51

 

20-22 October 2017

 

1. Geostorm $35

2. The Snowman $20

3. Blade Runner 2049 $17.5/$130

4. mother! $10/$30

5. Granite Mountain $8

6. Kingsman: The Golden Circle $7/$165

7. Marshall $5/$18.5

8. Ninjago $4.5/$115

9. The Mountain Between Us $4

10. War with Grandpa $3.9

 

27-29 October 2017

 

1. 2017 Cloverfield Movie $25

2. Saw: Legacy $18

3. Geostorm $17.5/$60

4. Blade Runner 2049 $12/$148

5. The Snowman $10/$36.5

6. mother! $6.5/$41

7. Thank You for Your Service $5.5

8. Kingsman: The Secret Service $4.5/$172

9. Granite Mountain $4/$14

10. Forever My Girl $3

 

3-5 November 2017

 

1. Thor: Ragnarok $100

2. A Bad Moms Christmas $25

3. 2017 Cloverfield Movie $13/$45

4. Saw: Legacy $7.7/$30

5. Geostorm $7.5/$73

6. Blade Runner 2049 $7/$159

7. The Snowman $5/$44

8. mother! $4/$47.5

9. Kingsman: The Golden Circle $3/$177

10. Thank You for Your Service $2.8/$10

 

10-12 November 2017

 

1. Thor: Ragnarok $44/$170

2. Daddy's Home 2 $18

3. A Bad Moms Christmas $15/$50

4. Murder on the Orient Express $12

5. The Star $10

6. 2017 Cloverfield Movie $7/$56

7. Geostorm $4/$79

8. Blade Runner 2049 $3.5/$164

9. Saw: Legacy $3/$34.5

10. The Snowman $2.5/$48

 

17-19 November 2017

 

1. Justice League $150

2. Thor: Ragnarok $22/$205

3. Daddy's Home $10/$34

4. A Bad Moms Christmas $8.5/$64

5. Murder on the Orient Express $8/$23

6. The Star $5.2/$18

7. Wonder $5

8. 2017 Cloverfield Movie $3.5/$61

9. Blade Runner 2049 $2.2/$167.5

10. Geostorm $2/$82

 

24-26 November 2017

 

1. Justice League $65/$250

2. Coco $40/$55 (WTFSS)

3. Thor Ragnarok $13/$225

4. Daddy's Home 2 $7/$46

5. A Bad Moms Christmas $6/$75

6. Murder on the Orient Express $5/$32

7. Wonder $3.5/$11

8. The Star $3.3/$23

9. 2017 Cloverfield Movie $2/$64

10. Blade Runner 2049 $1.6/$170

 

1-3 December 2017

 

1. Justice League $38/$315

2. Coco $27/$100

3. Thor: Ragnarok $8/$239

4. Daddy's Home 2 $5/$54

5. A Bad Moms Christmas $4.5/$82

6. Murder on the Orient Express $3/$36.5

7. Wonder $2/$14

8. The Star $1.9/$26

9. 2017 Cloverfield Movie $1.3/$66

10. Blade Runner 2049 $1/$171.5

 

8-10 December 2017

 

1. Justice League $20/$350

2. Coco $17/$130

3. Thor: Ragnarok $5.5/$248

4. Daddy's Home $3.5/$59

5. A Bad Moms Christmas $3/$87

6. Murder on the Orient Express $1.7/$39

7. Wonder $1.3/$16

8. The Star $1/$27.5

9. 2017 Cloverfield Movie $0.8/$67.3

10. Blade Runner 2049 $0.7/$172.5

 

15-17 December 2017

 

1. Star Wars: The Last Jedi $230

2. Ferdinand $12

3. Justice League $10/$365

4. Coco $9/$144

5. Thor: Ragnarok $2.8/$252.5

6. Daddy's Home 2 $2.5/$63

7. A Bad Moms Christmas $1.8/$90

8. Murder on the Orient Express $1/$40.5

9. Wonder $0.8/$17.5

10. The Star $0.6/$28.3

 

22-24 December 2017

 

1. Star Wars: The Last Jedi $120/$390

2. Pitch Perfect 3 $40

3. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle $35

4. Ferdinand $6/$22

5. Coco $5.5/$152

6. Justice League $5/$373

7. Thor: Ragnarok $2/$256

8. Daddy's Home 2 $1.95/$66

9. A Bad Moms Christmas $1.9/$93.5 ($94.5 on 25/12)

10. Murder on the Orient Express $0.8/$42

 

29-31 December 2017

 

1. Star Wars: The Last Jedi $75/$510

2. Pitch Perfect 3 $25/$80

3. The Greatest Showman on Earth $20

4. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle $19/$65

5. Coco $4/$158

6. Ferfinand $3/$27

7. Justice League $2.8/$378

8. Thor: Ragnarok $1.4/$258.5

9. A Bad Moms Christmas $1.3/$96.5

10. Daddy's Home 2 $1.2/$68

 

Well I got a bit carried away... Oh well.

 

If I have missed a film it is likely because I have no idea how it will do

 

 

 

Edited by Mike Hunt
Added more charts up to the end of the year
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5 hours ago, damnitgeorge08 said:

So, this thread is only for prediction. This is not some game, just post your prediction thread?

Yep!

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Alien: Covenant $38,000,000

Everything, Everything $10,000,000

Diary of a Wimpy Kid $7,000,000

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Alien Covenant: 55M

Guardians of the Galaxy: 32M

Everything, Everything: 11M

Snatched: 9M

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: 8M

King Arthur: 6M

The Boss Baby: 3.4M

Lowriders: 3M

The Fate of the Furious: 2.7M

Beauty and the Beast: 2.5M

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Okay, got 1 of 2 movies close and wildly missed the other this week (dang you old people for skipping the mythology movie:)...literally suck at predicting horror movies and teen romance (and I'm not much better at live action tween movies), but here goes...

 

Alien - the Sequel - $41M (on biggest screens, but limited to 1 2d screen at both of my locals - gonna limit it's high end if this doesn't change early this week - I'll update if it does)

Everything Everything - $13M (just a straight out guess - it has some presales already at my theater - not a lot, but it says to me this won't crash and burn)

Diary of a Wimpy Kid - $11M (I think it's gonna keep up the dropping trend, but there are some presales already at my theater, so I don't think it can drop too much - family movies are also really light right now)...

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Posted (edited)

AC - 42M

GV2 - 38M

Everythingx2 - 10M

Snatched - 9M

Wimpy4 - 7.5M

KA - 7.5M

F8 - 3.5M

BB - 3M

BatB - 2.5M

Lowriders - 2M

 

Top 10 - 125M

 

 

 

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1: Alien: Covenant ($43 million)

2: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 ($36 million)

3: Everything, Everything ($12 million)

4: Snatched ($9 million)

5: King Arthur ($6 million)

6: #NotMyRodrick ($5 million)

7: Fate of the Furious ($3 million)

8: Boss Baby ($2.5 million)

9: Beauty and the Beast ($2 million)

10: How to Be a Latin lover ($1.5 million)

 

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1) Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
$36.8M (-44%)

2) Alien: Covenant
$35.3M

3) Everything, Everything
$11.6M

4) Snatched 
$8.5M (-56%)

5) Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul
$6.6M

6) King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
$5.9M (-61%)

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Alien - $46.7M

Everything - $14.1M

Wimpy Kid - $6.2M

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Could Beauty and the Beast finish with at least $510.0 millions in North America?! Is that too much?!

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