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  1. Tuesday est. 1. Hercules 18 mln yuan or 2.93 mln 2. Guardians 13 mln yuan or 2.12 mln. Total 456 mln yuan or 74.1 mln. 3. Break up buddies 9 mln yuan or 1.47 mln. Total 1080 mln yuan or 175.5 mln.
    5 points
  2. 5 points
  3. GOTG will lose at least a third showtimes on Friday. Weekly Forecas (Oct 20-26): 1. Lucy 110M/ $17.8M NEW 2. GOTG 90M/$14.6M 515M/$83.7M 3. Hercules 88M/14.3M new
    4 points
  4. Monday actuals GOTG 15.4M/$2.5M, 443M/$72M Breaking Buddies 9.9M/$1.6M, 1084M/$176M
    4 points
  5. Top Films of 2014 - Showdown Apologies if the formatting pushes the table off the edge...... Gone Girl is the addition here and it does appear it has a chance of making into the top 5 at the moment. Wk The Wolf of Wall Street The Lego Movie How to Train your Dragon 2 22 Jump Street Transformers: Age of Extinction Guardian's of the Galaxy Gone Girl Opened on: 23rd Jan 3rd April 19th June 19th June 25th June 7th August 2nd October
    3 points
  6. @SPSStudios @Hunt_Pictures You may want to invest in a spell checker. @SPSStudios Full Cybernetic 7 Soundtrack to be released alongside the film. #Y9BestOriginalSoundtrack
    2 points
  7. I'm fine with people who dislike TDKR, but it's annoying on FB, when people try to argue that it's a bad film because it's illogical/filled with plot holes. That's the worst reason to dislike the film.
    2 points
  8. I think around 95-100 yuan opening week for Hercules. 18-15-13-13-21-17. Maybe lower.
    2 points
  9. Drop from last Tuesday for GotG is estimated at 51% (13M vs 26.3M) - let's hope it doesn't get any lower. In my opinion, this is looking ok. With 50% drops (on average) from now on, it can still reach $100M. UPDATE: As a post lower down mentions, the Tuesday actual is 13.6M so the drop is 48% from last Tuesday.
    2 points
  10. 16 days till release. The biggest November release to date is <2012> released back in 2009. No solid figure on the number of tickets pre-sold is available but the share was close to 70%. OD for <2012> was 304,862 and the 4-day opening week admissions was 1,621,656. All in all the film finished with 5,462,953 admissions. A werewolf boy, released on October 30th, had a smaller OD and OW of 128,787 and 1,289,562 respectively. It's presales were lower too with 57,479 tickets sold (42.3%) by it's OD. A werewolf boy had better legs though and finished with 6,654,842 admissions total
    2 points
  11. WEEKEND BOX OFFICE Very good weekend, thanks to INSANE holds and 'Annabelle''s strong debut. - Unbelievably, Dracula Untold rules the box office for a third week in a row, sliding a very good 20% to 21.700 admissions. It's 154.620 adm total and 805K gross so far are way ahead of 'Maleficent' through the same point (and that despite 'Maleficent''s huge 3D advantage). In fact, by the next weekend, Dracula should surpass the Disney movie in admissions. That being said, there's a really strong chance it ends up in Top 5 for the year. Great performance! - In second place, Annabelle is t
    2 points
  12. Germany's Top20 last weekend: title admissions th. PTA total drop week 1 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 259.730 504 515 279.728 - 1 2 Maze Runner 175.668 407 432 183.243 - 1 3 Männerhort 147.359 672 219 789.189
    2 points
  13. Indeed! We have our share of nolanites CGV could profit hugely from interstellar as they have a monopoly on IMAX screens in Korea. Potential stumbling blocks are the local films Fashion King (released the same day) and Cart (One week later).
    2 points
  14. Nothing interesting in the box office right now so I'll just update the presale figures Current presales 01. 26.8% (20,350) Interstellar (D-16) 02. 9.1% (6,930) Red Carpet (D-2) 03. 8.6% (6,515) My love, my bride 04. 7.0% (5,328) Gone girl (D-2) 05. 5.0% (3,773) Dracula Untold
    2 points
  15. Top 5 Weekend: 1- Wild Tales (Relatos Salvajes), 63785 admissions, -51%. Cume: 3128851 adm, around $16.4m 2- Dracula, 47243 adm, -54%. Cume: 195409 adm, around $1.1m 3- The Equalizer, 41825 adm, new, around $0.2m 4- The Book Of Life, 37686 adm, new, around $0.2m 5- Alezander..., 31869 adm, -50%. Cume: 130621 adm, around $0.75m This was the worst weekend for 2014 with only 357k admissions sold. It looks like Wild Tales is starting to fade, but it is still number 1!! Annabelle opens on Thursday and it should easily win next weekend, ending Wild Tales reign. But the local thriller's r
    2 points
  16. Bronies everywhere are excited. But why is this coming out in three years can't they do it cheaply make out in 2016.
    2 points
  17. Top 5 Weekend: 1- Annabelle, $3.1m. Cume: 1.6m+ admissions in 11 days 2- The Book Of Life, $1.3m 3- O Candidato Honesto, $1.2m 4- The Judge, $0.7m 5- Na Quebrada (Local movie) and The Maze Runner, both with around $0.4m
    2 points
  18. I've been making cheap MLP movies in CAYOM for the past few game years and always have made a profit. This is a smart decision
    2 points
  19. I honestly completely forgot the first even existed until now.
    1 point
  20. 1 point
  21. Fury Rogers Muller 18 10/17/14 7:00 PM Trailers Nightcrawler John Wick Somewhat disappointed in the movie but overall I enjoyed. Acting was good as were the cinematography.
    1 point
  22. Thanks Henry. Gone Girl aready...gone?
    1 point
  23. 1 point
  24. Insane that we're potentially looking at 2 18 rated films hitting the £20m mark this year. Maybe it'll encourage people not to sanitise things so much for a teenage audience.
    1 point
  25. I would say that it's slow movie going period. Good movie period is from November to end of March. The rest is dependable on weather. Spring and Summer are rather weak periods here.
    1 point
  26. Well, at least we know what the most anticipated movie of all girls under the age of 10 in 2017 will be...
    1 point
  27. Oh, how lovely. Adult men lining up to see this at midnight.
    1 point
  28. I know with the rating system the way it is today. almost every pre 2000 Disney Animation would have obtained a PG rating.
    1 point
  29. Lol at THR's article with a early-generation image. Not the kind of impression you want to send.
    1 point
  30. Box office 5 days : 15 october at 19 october 2014: 1. Samba (NEW) 669 517 admissions 2. The Maze Runner (NEW) 623 357 3. Ninja Turtles (NEW) 484 317 4. Annabelle (2 weeks) -15% 363 314 = 876 212 5. Gone Girl (2) -43% 250 176 = 789 354 6. Mommy (2) -44% 153 291 = 493 462 7. Tu veux ou tu veux pas (3) -60% 98 709 = 828 077 8. A Walk Among the Tombstones (NEW) 81 165 9. The Equalizer (3) -58% 74 808 = 603 761 10. The Boxtrolls (NEW) 68 861
    1 point
  31. 2012 was actually a bit better because it was more gleeful in its destruction. i wish they'd axe the godawful family drama in these things.
    1 point
  32. They are hardly marketing it at all, hard to be hyped for something when it seems so off the radar. Especially compared to CF
    1 point
  33. 1. Interstellar 2. Exodus: Gods and Kings 3. In The Heart Of The Sea 4. Jupiter Ascending 5. Kingsman: The Secret Service 6. Taken 3 7. Seventh Son 8. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 9. Blackhat 10. Tomorrowland
    1 point
  34. 1. Interstellar 2. Birdman 3. Mad Max: Fury Road 4. Inside Out 5. Tomorrowland 6. The Interview 7. Jurassic World 8. Top Five 9. Foxcatcher 10. Horrible Bosses 2
    1 point
  35. 1. Interstellar 2. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies 3. The Avengers: Age of Ultron 4. Big Hero 6 5. Jurassic World 6. Terminator: Genisys 7. Inside Out 8. Fantastic Four 9. Minions 10. Ant-Man
    1 point
  36. 1. The Avengers: Age of Ultron 2. Inside Out 3. Tomorrowland 4. The Battle of the Five Armies 5. Big Hero 6 6. Jupiter Ascending 7. Jurassic World 8. Interstellar 9. Mockingjay Part 1 10. Ant-Man
    1 point
  37. Presuming you're talking about at Left Behind, I got two most recent ones for both
    1 point
  38. John Carney’s Begin Again is a nice little somewhat “feel good” musical set in New York. The film features some very good performances and the songs are also memorable and well written. Begin Again tells the story of Greta (played by Keira Knightley) and her boyfriend/college sweetheart, named Dave (played by Adam Levine of Maroon 5 and The Voice making his feature film debut), who are songwriter partners. Their relationship hits a rocky road when Dave lands a major deal in Los Angeles and strays away from Greta, leaving her on her own. She is discovered on an east village stage by a washe
    1 point
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  40. Dat ending. I'm actually glad about this as i want to know what the hell was going on with that ending. Also i don't care what the reviews say, the film wasn't THAT bad, i actually found it quite interesting seeing the chaos and destruction from a high rise apartment block. Also i call bullshit on that $10mil budget for the first film. The film was full of cgi, pretty good quality cgi as well. I bet the actual budget was closer to $30mil.
    1 point
  41. James Wan's mah boy.The guy knows how to make a horror movie. Lot of people didn't like Insidious 2 but it's actually a lot of fun once you start enjoying just how stupid and OTT it is.
    1 point
  42. No offense, but why does your opinion matter here? The Godfather films were both commercial and critical hits.
    1 point


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