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Monday Numbers:Fast 8 $8.5M...

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1 (1) The Fate of the Furious Universal $8,524,260 -60% 4,310 $1,978   $107,310,965 4
- (2) The Boss Baby 20th Century Fox $2,827,110 -27% 3,743 $755   $119,620,689 18
- (7) Gifted Fox Searchlight $408,646 -50% 1,146 $357   $4,857,976 11
- (11) Get Out Universal $296,765 -55% 1,424 $208   $167,912,725 53
- (13) Logan 20th Century Fox $226,930 -55% 1,415 $160   $221,883,504 46
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A worse Monday drop than either Furious 7 or BvS. Hard to predict how it will go till Wednesday at the very least.

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Posted (edited)

20 minutes ago, grim22 said:

A worse Monday drop than either Furious 7 or BvS. Hard to predict how it will go till Wednesday at the very least.

 

Not great but they both had the benefit of Spring Break as well as Easter Monday which might have helped a bit.

 

Though Deadline did say this w/e skewed older than F7.

 

 

Edited by TalismanRing

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I know it's Easter but isn't that a phenomenal hold for Boss Baby? A 27% drop from Sunday to Monday seems amazing.

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Posted (edited)

4 minutes ago, miketheavenger said:

I know it's Easter but isn't that a phenomenal hold for Boss Baby? A 27% drop from Sunday to Monday seems amazing.

 

It's typical.  School is out for most.  Zootopia dropped 20% on Easter Monday.  Home dropped 24%

 

 

Edited by TalismanRing
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F7 Dom was 2.19x the 4-day. That would give F8 235.

But F8 will fall below that imo. Thinking 225-230.

(Because of Disc Tue getting bigger, the 5-day multi might paint a better picture for F8 but 6-day multiplier will be more realistic as Wed balances Tue)

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8 minutes ago, a2knet said:

F7 Dom was 2.19x the 4-day. That would give F8 235.

But F8 will fall below that imo. Thinking 225-230.

(Because of Disc Tue getting bigger, the 5-day multi might paint a better picture for F8 but 6-day multiplier will be more realistic as Wed balances Tue)

 

220-230 sounds right, movies which open lower will normally have worse late legs as well since the theaters will clear them out earlier to make room for the new releases.

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Yeah, I was thinking closer to 9m at the very least. Maybe Easter being so late on the Calendar didn't have nearly the same benefit this year? Although it certainly didn't stop Boss Baby....

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20 minutes ago, grim22 said:

 

220-230 sounds right, movies which open lower will normally have worse late legs as well since the theaters will clear them out earlier to make room for the new releases.

 

Whats funny is that outside of Beauty and Star Wars all the non-animated films that have "broken out" past 200m since last summer have landed in the same 220-240m zone.....

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34 minutes ago, grim22 said:

 

220-230 sounds right, movies which open lower will normally have worse late legs as well since the theaters will clear them out earlier to make room for the new releases.

 

LOGAN vs F8 might end up being an interesting fight, domestically.

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Daily Domestic Chart for Monday April 17th, 2017

← Previous Chart Chart Index  
 
    Movie Distributor Gross Change Thtrs. Per Thtr. Total Gross Days
1 (1) The Fate of the Furious Universal $8,524,260 -60% 4,310 $1,978   $107,310,965 4
2 (2) The Boss Baby 20th Century Fox $2,827,110 -27% 3,743 $755   $119,620,689 18
3 (3) Beauty and the Beast Walt Disney $2,115,043 -37% 3,592 $589   $456,835,916 32
4 (5) Smurfs: The Lost Village Sony Pictures $1,340,824 -18% 3,610 $371   $26,285,883 11
5 (4) Going in Style Warner Bros. $810,248 -52% 3,076 $263   $24,129,128 11
6 (7) Gifted Fox Searchlight $408,646 -50% 1,146 $357   $4,857,976 11
7 (9) Power Rangers Lionsgate $382,208 -44% 2,171 $176   $80,910,131 25
8 (8) Kong: Skull Island Warner Bros. $334,109 -54% 2,018 $166   $161,618,884 39
9 (10) Ghost in the Shell Paramount Pictures $313,379 -54% 2,135 $147   $37,400,568 18
10 (11) Get Out Universal $296,765 -55% 1,424 $208   $167,912,725 53
11 (13) Logan 20th Century Fox $226,930 -55% 1,415 $160   $221,883,504 46
12 (14) The Shack Lionsgate $92,866 -53% 1,048 $89   $56,171,740 46
13 (15) Life Sony Pictures $77,129 -56% 605 $127   $28,668,778 25
14 (-) The Lego Batman Movie Warner Bros. $55,503 -33% 344 $161   $173,873,852 67
- (-) T2: Trainspotting Sony Pictures $35,722 -45% 331 $108   $2,015,210 32
- (-) Their Finest STX Entertainment $32,368 -62% 52 $622   $492,937 11
- (-) CHiPS Warner Bros. $31,159 -57% 393 $79   $17,938,665 25
- (-) John Wick: Chapter Two Lionsgate $23,616 -47% 208 $114   $91,785,810 67
- (-) La La Land Lionsgate $19,849 -27% 219 $91   $150,905,695 130
- (-) Hidden Figures 20th Century Fox $19,253 -48% 194 $99   $168,576,768 114
- (-) Spark: A Space Tail Open Road $17,610 -43% 365 $48   $134,483 4
- (-) A Dog’s Purpose Universal $14,435 -23% 149 $97   $64,029,335 81
- (-) Lion Weinstein Co. $13,197 -40% 147 $90   $51,534,635 144
- (-) Sing Universal $8,015 -38% 132 $61   $270,237,100 118
- (-) Split Universal $6,620 -82% 128 $52   $137,834,125 88
- (-) Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Walt Disney $6,212 -56% 121 $51   $532,076,023 123
- (-) Before I Fall Open Road $4,197 -34% 70 $60   $12,197,379 46
- (-) Moana Walt Disney $3,729 -42% 65 $57   $248,725,930 146
- (-) Moonlight A24 $1,488 -43% 12 $124   $27,830,982 179
- (-) The Founder Weinstein Co. $860 +63% 10 $86   $12,781,574 108
- (-) 20th Century Women A24 $700 -26% 7 $100   $5,653,356 114

 

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F8 Under Logan would be amazing! Go Logan!

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If Logan outperforms Fast 8 will the plague of "Logan underperformed because it didn't beat Last Stand" whiners vanish? (I don't expect it to, but...)

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Who's saying LOGAN underperformed?

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1 minute ago, Tele Came Back said:

Who's saying LOGAN underperformed?

Not you. Some other posters complained that it disappointed them because it didn't outgross Last Stand.

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19 minutes ago, Valonqar said:

F8 Under Logan would be amazing! Go Logan!

 

They both significantly outgrossed Mad Max Fury Road! That's a good thing!

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6 minutes ago, drdungbeetle said:

Not you. Some other posters complained that it disappointed them because it didn't outgross Last Stand.

 

And frankly those people have no business predicting or expressing box office hopes because it was unfounded. If they had been talking XM-A then I could understand but LOGAN would have been unprecedented.

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29 minutes ago, Tele Came Back said:

Who's saying LOGAN underperformed?

 

Magneto.

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Posted (edited)

Interesting.. I thought Kong would have overtaken PR on Monday. After PR droped below Kong on Sunday.

 

P.S. Also the first time PR drop was less then 70-60 percent on a Monday. lol

Edited by Momo

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Posted (edited)

Logan is rated R and had a 97 million budget. It has made 603 million worldwide.

 

It's a huge sucess, and the movie had to face a ton of competition ( King Kong, BATB, Power Rangers, Boss Baby, GITS and even F8 ). I've read very few posts from some forums, talking about the numbers being disappointing, but I guess these guys are just trolls.

 

People can't compare Last Stand ( which is a pg-13 movie with a 210 million budget ) to Logan ( R rated, 97 million budget ). Logan is clearly the winner for obvious reasons. 

 

 

That being said, I see F8 making less than Logan domestic, because not only it's gonna be frontloaded, but it'll also be cut by GOTG 2 very soon. 

Edited by Blaze Heatnix
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