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  1. Day Movie Area Theaters Shows Total Seats Total Sold New Sales % Sold T-1 Dear Evan Hansen Jacksonville 6 8 1,147 56 13 4.88% Phoenix 6 13 1,949 45 12 2.31% Raleigh 6 7 896 44 11
    8 points
  2. I don't have numbers, but Canada will over index for NTTD, so the US comps will be a bit down. If comps are suggesting $5.5M, the actuals very well be $6M. Spectre 15% of total box office came from Canada, weekend may be 13-14% as compared to usual 8-9%. Now with better Exchange rate, ratio may be 16-17% overall gross, but then there is capacity restriction to worry about as well. Spectre Canada Week 1 - C$17.8M (U$13.5M) (14.16%) To put this in context, Age of Ultron Week 1 was C$23.8M (U$19.1M). (8.1%)
    7 points
  3. So I watched it. A lot has already been said about “the big lie” that kicks things off. The producers throw whatever they can at us to make the first scene between Amy Addams and Evan less sinister than it is but it’s still very flimsy. Essentially Evan has anxiety and implied autism (which gets conveniently discarded after the first meeting) and Amy and her husband start unknowingly pressuring Evan into confessing he had a real relationship with their son. Frankly you do not need to experience a teen suicide to know that absolutely no school administration on the planet would all
    7 points
  4. Venom: Let There Be Carnage Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-9 and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 89 890 19404 4.59% Total Seats Sold Today: 41 Comp 0.951x of F9 T-9 (6.75M) 0.375x of Black Widow T-9 (4.95M) 2.657x of The Suicide Squad T-9 (10.89M) 0.674x of Shang-Chi T-9 (5.94M)
    6 points
  5. NYC Local (Regal) Mon Tues Wed Thur Previews Start Venom 2 (-1 week) 67/2766 (8pm) 73/2766 (8pm) 4:00 PM Venom 2 4:00 PM Shang-Chi (-1 week) 78/1402
    6 points
  6. WED - $3.2M THU - $5.4M FRI - $7.6M SAT - $12.4M SUN - $10.7M MON - $4.1M TUE - $3.9M TOTAL - $47.3M
    5 points
  7. Legendary try really hard here, but the story/style/theme is not very friendly to local audience. For me, the realistic commercial expectation is: Bottom Line: ¥100M Most recent Star Wars movies did something around that number. Blade Runner 2049 and Arrival made reasonable ¥77M & ¥108M respectively. With a much more stunning cast(at least in our views) and stronger buzz on social media, there's no way Dune would do worse. I even think 3-day opening could be around it. Moderate even Good: ~¥200M Since I don't think general audience here would enjoy Dune or
    5 points
  8. No Time to Die Megaplex T-15 days Wednesday: 148(+11)/1603 in 3 theaters T-16 days Thursday: 451(+42)/18906 in 14 theaters Shang-Chi day 5 comp: 5.70M Black Widow comp: 3.16M 1.77x Venom T-16 T-17 days Friday: 499(+62)/36788(-156) in 15 theaters Shang-Chi day 5 comp: 21.65M Black Widow comp: 11.78M 2.18x Venom T-17
    5 points
  9. No Time to Die Thursday Showings Denver AMC Westminster 24 Total 80 1690 4.73% AMC Highlands Ranch 24 Total 113 1610 7.02% SEATS SOLD SOLD PAST DAY TOTAL SEATS PERCENT SOLD THEATERS SHOWINGS 372 11 16853 2.21% 15 97 AMCs sold 293 Cinemarks sold 18 Regals sold 60
    5 points
  10. Venom 2 Megaplex T-9 days Thursday: 491(+57)/22088(+1022) Shang-Chi comp: 4.28M Black Widow comp: 2.59M T-10 days Friday: 430(+41)/34410 Shang-Chi comp: 12.96M Black Widow comp: 6.31M
    5 points
  11. Venom 2 Thursday Showings Denver AMC Westminster 24 Total 190 2151 8.83% AMC Highlands Ranch 24 Total 111 2533 4.38% SEATS SOLD SOLD PAST DAY TOTAL SEATS PERCENT SOLD THEATERS SHOWINGS 767 63 22577 3.40% 15 119 AMCs sold 495 Cinemarks sold 125 Regals sold 85 Hark
    5 points
  12. Venom 2 Thursday Showings Denver AMC Westminster 24 Total 196 2151 9.11% AMC Highlands Ranch 24 Total 120 2533 4.74% SEATS SOLD SOLD PAST DAY TOTAL SEATS PERCENT SOLD THEATERS SHOWINGS 846 79 25391 3.33% 15 135 Showings added: 16 Seats added: 2814 AMCs sold 557 Cinemarks sold 136
    4 points
  13. Venom: Let There Be Carnage Greater Sacramento Area Premiere Night Seat Report: T-9 Days and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats left Total Seats Seats Sold Perct Sold TOTALS 0 168 26691 28050 1359 4.84% Total Showings Added Today
    4 points
  14. No Time to Die Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-16 and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 68 509 14170 3.59% Total Seats Sold Today: 33 Comp 0.766x of F9 T-16 (5.44M) 0.296x of Black Widow T-16 (3.91M) 2.166x of The Suicide Squad T-16 (8.88M) 0.721x of Shang-Chi T-16 (6.34M) Yeah, pretty poor day overall, even with good comp rises for Bond. But eh,
    4 points
  15. No Time to Die Megaplex T-14 days Wednesday: 168(+20)/1603 in 3 theaters T-15 days Thursday: 475(+24)/18906 in 14 theaters Shang-Chi comp: 7.59M Black Widow comp: 3.18M T-16 days Friday: 689(+190)/36788 in 15 theaters Shang-Chi comp: 45.86M Black Widow comp: 15.25M There seems to be a huge group sale at one of the showings, which is why Friday increased so much. Looked at other showings in the same auditorium, and it was all normal. So I'm gonna assume this is real...
    3 points
  16. Venom 2 Megaplex T-8 days Thursday: 546(+55)/22088 Shang-Chi comp: 4.28M Black Widow comp: 2.69M T-9 days Friday: 478(+48)/34410 Shang-Chi comp: 13.04M Black Widow comp: 6.37M
    3 points
  17. 3 points
  18. My goal is to have at least one run from Vue before release. We will see if I run into any unexpected pitfalls.
    3 points
  19. Tuesday numbers Dune 1.13m/ 10.09m HKD SC 1.07m/50.66m
    3 points
  20. No Time To Die Greater Sacramento Area Premiere Night Seat Report: T-16 Days and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats left Total Seats Seats Sold Perct Sold TOTALS 0 136 20744 21379 635 2.97% Total Seats Sold Today 7
    3 points
  21. Dune did HK$8.3M (67K admits) in first weekend in Hong Kong. The full run will probably be around HK$30M ($3.9M) (325k admits). In comparison, Blade Runner 2049 did Hk$10.5M ($1.35M) (125k admits I suppose) China Tier 1 cities (Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzen) have 83M populations vs 8M of Hong Kong. In these Tier 1 cities BR2049 did ¥27.7M ($4.1M) with 630k admits i.e. 5.05x in terms of admissions. Tier 1 cities were 36% of total China as compared to say something like 21% for Endgame. The same ratio for Dune should give around 1.65M admits and ¥82
    3 points
  22. Dear Evan Hansen Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-2 and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 21 169 4964 3.40% Total Shows Added Today: 2 Total Seats Added Today: 468 Total Seats Sold Today: 21 Comp 0.311x of Cruella's Thu+Fri T-2 (2.4M) 0.710x of Jungle Cruise T-2 (1.92M) 1.565x of Respect T-2 (1.02M) 0.173x of In the Heights' Thu+Fri Wednesday
    3 points
  23. This reminds me of how Disney back in the day was stunned by Beauty & the Beast getting a Best Picture Oscar nod (first toon movie to do that) so then-Disney animation boss Jeff Katzenberg was driven to make a movie that would win it, really concentrated alot of time/effort/money into it and hyped it up internally. So much that when in-studio animators were given a choice to either work on this or The Lion King when both were being developed along the same time in that pipeline...most chose to do this, the plum gig. Disney in fact was still high on this movie punching through that glass ce
    3 points
  24. Dune > Endgame for shoo. its the next Avatar level breakout and will hit 1B USD in china.
    3 points
  25. What's the point of all this Oscars discussion, it will have no impact on this movie. Oscars are a marketing tool for studios. Having "Marvel Studios" on the poster is worth way more for this film's box office than any Oscar win.
    3 points
  26. 3 points
  27. 3 years ago, Box Office Theory declared Stanley Kubrick's The Shining to be the best horror film of all time. The initial plan for future countdowns was every other year, but alas, pandemic life got in the way. Now that I have more free time (for the next month at least) and users are returning for the October releases, it's time to dust off Excel and tally up another round of horror lists. As a good horror sequel should do, we're going bigger than last time with 100 Films. The Rules 2021 movies released before October are eligible. This puts Malignant, Candyman
    2 points
  28. No Time to Die Thursday Showings Denver AMC Westminster 24 Total 88 1690 5.21% AMC Highlands Ranch 24 Total 115 1610 7.14% SEATS SOLD SOLD PAST DAY TOTAL SEATS PERCENT SOLD THEATERS SHOWINGS 390 18 16853 2.31% 15 97 AMCs sold 306 Cinemarks sold 18 Regals sold 65
    2 points
  29. Cume Cume Territory LC USD Russia RBL 564.1m $7.8m France €6.3m $7.5m Germany €4.4m $5.2m Italy €2.2m $2.5m Spain €2.1m $2.4m Holland €1.2m $1.4m Ukraine UAH 34.0m $1.3m Taiwan NT$ 34.8m $1.3m Denmark DKK 7.2m $1.1m Norway
    2 points
  30. Well, the title is disappointing to me because as many others have already said and I've said many times it still feels like they're trying to do two things at once. Either make a movie about Fantastic Beasts or go all in on the Dumbledore prequel aspect, that being said this title does go in line with those test screening leaks that were posted here a few months ago. It would've made way more sense to title this "The life and lies of Albus Dumbledore" They did one thing right at least which was moving this movie out of July and out of Black Panther and Black Adams way but I still
    2 points
  31. I was done with FB2 but am back again. Bring it on and please be good.
    2 points
  32. Yep, here's what they sent on Monday (local currency / USD): Russia RBL 564.1m $7.8m France €6.3m $7.5m Germany €4.4m $5.2m Italy €2.2m $2.5m Spain €2.1m $2.4m
    2 points
  33. I’ve just come back from seeing it in the UK Now I’m a huge Sopranos fan. Along with Mad Men and The Wire, it’s my favourite show of all time. Newark is GREAT. Everything a Sopranos fan could wish it to be. So for anybody thinking they’ll catch it on HBO Max who is a fan? Go to the theater. It’s cinematic and a somewhat religious experience to see something you love return and feel like it’s always been there - you just haven’t seen it.
    2 points
  34. Sony Pictures Network and ZEE merged. SPN to hold 52.93% stake in the merged entity, while ZEE shareholders will own the remaining 47.07% stake. Sony Promoters to infuse $1.575 bn. Combined entity will own 75 TV channels, two video streaming services (ZEE5 & Sony LIV), 2 film studios (Zee Studios & Sony Pics India) and a digital content studio (Studio NXT), making it the largest entertainment network in India, bigger than Disney-Star. IPL rights may again go big with clash of Sony and Disney. @Jamiem
    2 points
  35. I'm honestly gonna make this my new signature. L M F A O, David. ILU.
    2 points
  36. I will happily take whatever Dune does for Avatar 2 gross in China. 😁
    2 points
  37. This is pretty shocking. Gonna be sad watching his scenes in the upcoming Sex & the City sequel show. RIP.
    2 points
  38. ← Previous Chart Chart Index Movie Distr Gross %YD %LW Thr Per Thr Total Gross D 1 (1) Shang-Chi and the Legend … Walt Disney $1,539,514 -75% -37% 4,070 $378 $178,403,820
    2 points
  39. i had always assumed it was "at least 45 days" not an exact thing everytime. i don't expect eternals will drop on D+ on christmas like some have been saying either.
    2 points
  40. Partly. People do love Venom character and Tom Hardy really sold the previews with his entertaining performance. And WOM was actually great cause the movie was fun. Bad but fun. Easy to recommend.
    2 points
  41. ROTK was #1 DOM and received massive Oscar love. Next generations’s ROTK, even more successful with audience but crickets for awards. Shows the changed landscape well imo.
    2 points
  42. Yeah all these comments against the franchise will affect its award chances. They may nominate to get some viewers, but Hollywood would rather have theaters struggle than award something that a lot of people watch in theaters. Just remove the Marvel Studios logo before Eternals and it might have had more chances, it's sad but true.
    2 points


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