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    Brahms: Boys II (T-1) MTC1 Prev - overall 503 shows 1670/67379 21651.14 16671.93 MTC2 Prev - overall 524 shows 698/65925 8060.90 5548.21 MTC1 OD - overall 1409 shows 1870/188907 24197.04 19095.99 MTC2 OD - overall 1261 shows 1663/171369 16510.02 12527.53 Dire numbers. sub 0.5m previews and single digit OW I would say.
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    TS4 Theatrical Performance Domestic Box Office $434,038,008 Details International Box Office $639,356,805 Details Worldwide Box Office $1,073,394,813 JOKER Theatrical Performance Domestic Box Office $335,344,744 Details International Box Office $737,900,000 Details Worldwide Box Office $1,073,244,744 TROS Theatrical Performance Domestic Box Office $513,346,141 Details International Box Office $555,959,003 Details Worldwide Box Office $1,069,305,144
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    The Call of the Wild Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-1 and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 24 72 3,537 2.04% Total Shows Added Today: 2 Total Seats Added Today: 238 Total Seats Sold Today: 23 Comp 0.576x of Dora 1 day before release (720K) 1.756x of Racing in Rain (790K) 0.935x of Abominable (608K) 0.332x of Addams Family (415K) 1.241x of Playing with Fire (559K) 0.673x of Dolittle (622K) Eh.
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    Brahms: Dat Boi II Greater Philadelphia Seat Report T-1 and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 22 50 2,769 1.81% Total Shows Added Today: 2 Total Seats Added Today: 192 Total Seats Sold Today: 14 Comp 0.322x of Crawl 1 day before release (322K) 0.178x of Scary Stories (415K) 0.625x of 47 Meters (322K) 0.417x of Ready or Not (304K) 0.847x of Black Christmas (195K) 0.555x of Underwater (278K) 0.980x of The Turning (417K) 0.694x of Gretel & Hansel (330K) lol
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    Hell, SW influence in 2015 thru 2017 is NOTHING...does not even come close..to the kind of cultural force the Original films were 1977 to 1983. You could not escape Star Wars in 1977. It was everywhere. I have seen nothing like its cultural presence in 77. I see the franchise becoming like the James Bond franchise. Still very popular, very lucrative, but not the dominant force it once was. That is the key. For all they were divisive, both TLJ and TROS made a shitload of money for Disney. Maybe not as much as TFA,but I think that film had a number of things going for it to put fannies in the seats that the sequels, no matter who made, them, could not duplicate. And I disliked the first two films of the PT; ROTS is what saved it from being a total artistic fiasco, no matter how much money it made.
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    Cars 3 was an hour and a half long apology for Cars 2. It would've had more impact had the second film been about Lightning's career going forward instead of Mater doing spy shit.
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    They do feel mostly wheel spinning sometimes instead of progressing the story. Exception is Toy Story 4 and oddly Cars 3.
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    How To Train Your Dragon 3 opened during Lego Movie 2's third weekend. Sonic's biggest competition for families is Call of the Wild, a movie that'll be lucky to make high teens for its OW.
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    F9 Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-92 and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 52 371 12,658 2.93% Total Seats Sold Today: 1 Yawn.
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    Onward Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-15 and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 44 58 8,937 0.65% Total Seats Sold Today: 10 Comp 0.500x of Maleficent 15 days before release (1.15M) 1.706x of Dolittle (1.58M) 0.866x of Sonic (2.6M) Honestly feel it could have sold a little more, but I feel that for most movies. Regardless, a reaction bump was put into effect here. I'm hoping to see some decent gains when reviews drop on Friday.
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    Even when Parabomb has a hit, they still find a way to disappoint. What a studio.
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    2.4 2.25 (-6.25%) 4.6 (+105%) 9.7 (+110%) 6.3 (-35%) = 20.6 (-64.5%)
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    Recalled Alita also had this ouch drop last year. It did $13.5mn 2nd weekend post $1.75mn Wednesday i.e. 7.7x LEGO 2 did $9.7mn post $1.22mn Wednesday i.e. 7.95x. From 2.45, that goes for just $18.5-20mn weekend.
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    So about $22mn weekend for Sonic?
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    Thank You! Were did you get this info? Directly from Comscore? Besides lack of time, lack of info has demotivated me to update the thread. Sonic OW is really really good, should be able to reach 1m admissions depending on Onward performance. Parasite is also doing very well, passed Train to Busan 130k admissions to become the most viewed Korean movie in the market, and should be able to pass Shape of Water 270k tickets to be the most viewed Oscar winner in the last 10 years. Unusually, there are 2 local movies in the top 5 and both of them are doing fine!. Mujeres Arriba is your standard local comedy and could be inflated by Valentine's Day, but should get to 100k. Pacto de Fuga on the other hand, a very ambitious prison scape set during Pinochet's dictatorship, is doing fairly well and would be doing even better if the competition for adult audiences wasn't so fierce (There is Parasite, and 1917 also did excellently), though to be fair, it didn't have much choice, its original release date was on October when cinemas closed due to the social unrest. } Frozen 2 became the most viewed Disney Animation movie in the market.
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    LAIKA Best Picture Best Animated Feature Best Director, Christian Desmares Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Leading Role, Carey Mulligan Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role, Douglas Hodge Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role, Cillian Murphy Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role, Michael Sheen Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role, Olivia Colman Best Adapted Screenplay Best Original Score, Max Richter Best Original Song, “Kudryavka / Laika” by Sufjan Stevens
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    Good chance reaching both, until Joker gets it rerelease. It made 4m last week, an 43% drop, keeping that pace it should get to 1,074b+. Though worse drops like 50% from this point on would miss Toy Story 4.
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    While I disagree I think at least Monster Uni did attempt to do something different from the first one. Dory and Incredibles 2 while well made do feel like rehashes and don't deepen the stories of the first.
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    1 (1) Sonic The Hedgehog Paramount Pi… $5,082,338 -58% 4,167 $1,220 $75,084,412 5 2 (2) Birds of Prey (And the Fa… Warner Bros. $1,667,914 -34% -51% 4,236 $394 $63,527,085 12 3 (4) Fantasy Island Sony Pictures $1,056,405 -27% 2,784 $379 $14,810,923 5 4 (3) Bad Boys For Life Sony Pictures $953,568 -39% -25% 3,185 $299 $184,077,671 33 5 (8) The Photograph Universal $829,805 -22% 2,516 $330 $14,079,830 5 6 (5) 1917 Universal $768,575 -43% -36% 3,084 $249 $146,528,944 56 7 (9) Parasite Neon $655,811 -32% +2% 2,001 $328 $44,990,249 131 8 (7) Jumanji: The Next Level Sony Pictures $510,796 -59% +2% 2,410 $212 $307,328,770 68 9 (6) Dolittle Universal $501,755 -60% -14% 2,869 $175 $72,078,365 33 10 (10) Downhill Searchlight … $411,443 -15% 2,301 $179 $5,516,324 5 11 (11) The Gentlemen STX Entertai… $303,259 -29% -48% 1,802 $168 $32,005,910 26 12 (12) Little Women Sony Pictures $201,062 -50% -46% 1,035 $194 $105,959,304 56 13 (13) Knives Out Lionsgate $194,992 -43% -28% 1,154 $169 $162,372,266 84 14 (14) Star Wars: The Rise of Sk… Walt Disney $147,534 -54% -45% 992 $149 $513,346,141 61 15 (-) Gretel & Hansel United Artists $140,777 -35% -61% 1,645 $86 $14,557,195 19 - (-) Just Mercy Warner Bros. $103,522 -30% -53% 846 $122 $35,003,613 56 - (15) Frozen II Walt Disney $96,322 -69% -22% 716 $135 $475,941,590 89 - (-) Jojo Rabbit Fox Searchlight $94,319 -51% -50% 484 $195 $32,125,387 124 - (-) Spies in Disguise 20th Century… $59,689 -72% -26% 519 $115 $65,900,624 56 - (-) Ford v. Ferrari 20th Century… $41,605 -35% -54% 293 $142 $117,109,236 96 - (-) The Turning Universal $40,090 -39% -72% 610 $66 $15,174,250 26 - (-) Uncut Gems A24 $20,490 -37% -83% 218 $94 $49,824,031 68 - (-) Bombshell Lionsgate $19,899 -25% -49% 128 $155 $31,549,906 68 - (-) Like a Boss Paramount Pi… $7,704 -25% -74% 122 $63 $22,157,387 40 - (-) Joker Warner Bros. $6,407 -42% -47% 165 $39 $335,344,744 138 - (-) Underwater 20th Century… $4,518 -35% -71% 77 $59 $17,123,803 40 - (-) The Rhythm Section Paramount Pi… $3,982 -10% -98% 94 $42 $5,431,492 19
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    Feb 29th showings are up to 146 tickets sold now. 28 sold in 3 days
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    Given the mediocre social media reactions, I think I’ll skip this one!
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    Pixar being weak overseas is mostly a false myth. Incredibles 2 and TS4 both did well over 600M overseas with awful exchange rates, and both Coco and Inside Out did just great considering they're original. That said, there is no Pixar movie among the top 7 animated movie of all time overseas. Top 10 Frozen 2 > 975M Frozen > 880M Minions > 823M DM3 > 770M Ice Age 4 > 716M Ice Age 3 > 690M Zootopia > 683M TS3 > 654M TS4 > 639M I2 > 634M A few relevant facts: * 6 of those 7 movies at the top belong to only 3 franchises and 6 of them are sequels * When TS3 was released, it was the #2 all-time os grosser just behind IA3 * Pixar gets pretty much ignored in China, which is something a little troubling nowadays; just switch the China gross of DM3 and TS4, and the latter is on par if not higher than the former * Pixar's sequels are not confirmed the week after the last chapter of the franchise comes out, but they get into production years later - with obvious consequences on both quality and quick box office revenues (much easier to beat the iron while it's hot) * Pixar often makes films that clearly are not meant to get a sequel, while Blue Sky and Illumination do the exact opposite (and we all know that you usually needs the third sequel of a beloved franchise if you want to go really really high) * Pixar is extremely consistent, and does not fully rely on a single franchise to top the chart (take IA out of Blue Sky and you get nothing; take the Minions out of Illumination and you don't have much left)
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    We actually include a variety of metrics, not just social (esp. close to release). Accuracy is generally only relevant in apples-to-apples comps and/or upon release week since a variety of elements are always in play. Bit unfair to compare any service tracking weeks/months out to data that's not available until much later in the pre-release window. Tracking is really just a barometer of where things are heading at any given point in time, not an official prediction. That's the biggest difference between traditional tracking and looking at pre-sales -- the latter is a set-in-stone sales point that removes more of the challenge of separating interest from actual intent to see on opening weekend, but it's also limited in its use because (by definition) it can only include movies that are on sale. Dolittle was a good example because it only tracked (in our models) ahead of BBFL before reviews started leaking. Two weeks out, we showed BBFL steadily climbing higher. Everything else is measured in surveys, historical comps, and trend-based elements that are open to fluctuation at any given time. To be fair though, we include pre-sales trajectories and that kind of tracking has proven fairly volatile too depending on what samples and what comps one looks at. There's always a certain subjectivity to all of this. That's why we focus on all available data and update as necessary, not just one subset of info at one point in time.
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    02-19 (WED) 3. 1917 - 62,243 Admissions / 3,835 Showings 4. Little Women - 35,860 Admissions (599,701) / 1,930 Showings 7.Parasite - 7,101 Admissions / 362 Showings 9. Sonic - 2,701 Admissions (104,240) / 233 Showings 10. Jojo Rabbit - 1,917 Admissions (89,836) / 157 Showings 11. BOP - 1,881 (388,553) / 89 Showings
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    Watched Wright's Anna Karenina today. I loved the theatrical gimmick of the movie but like with films like 1917, the stylistic gimmick of the film only takes away a lot from the soul of the story. And Wright doesn't completely stick to it (I get that it's meant to look less and less like a stage show as Anna gets disillusioned with the world but I wish the movie relied less on close-ups). Still, I found the theatrical gimmick to be really refershing to watch.
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    The Call of the Wild, counted today at 11am EST: NY (AMC Fresh Meadows 7): 7 (total tickets sold for Thursday) / 15 (total tickets sold for Friday, 5 showtimes) Boston (AMC Assembly Row 12): 26 / 36 (4 showtimes) Boston (Boston Common 19): 12 / 10 (9 showtimes) Miami (AMC Sunset Place 24): 9 / 2 (10 showtimes) Grand Rapids (AMC Grand Rapids 18): 11 / 30 (5 showtimes) Austin (AMC Lakeline 9): showtimes): - / 12 (1 showtime) Tempe/Phoenix (AMC Center Point 11): 7 / 6 (4 showtimes) San Francisco (AMC Metreon 16): no showtimes so far LA (AMC Bay Street): 30 / 29 (6 showtimes) LA (AMC Universal): 23 / 28 (8 showtimes) Total tickets sold in 8/9 theaters till today for Thursday: 125 and for Friday: 168. Comps: Dolittle had on Wednesday 317/308 sold tickets, Maleficent 2 1.190/1.444. Hopefully it looks better tomorrow. The Boy II, also counted at 11am EST: NY (AMC Fresh Meadows 7): 5 (total tickets sold for Thursday) / 11 (total tickets sold for Friday, 5 showtimes) Boston (AMC Assembly Row 12): 11 / 12 (2 showtimes) Boston (Boston Common 19): 5 / 5 (5 showtimes) Miami (AMC Sunset Place 24): 2 / 1 (5 showtimes) Grand Rapids (AMC Grand Rapids 18): 2 / 2 (5 showtimes) Austin (AMC Lakeline 9): showtimes): no showtimes so far Tempe/Phoenix (AMC Center Point 11): 6 / 0 (4 showtimes) San Francisco (AMC Metreon 16): 28 / 22 (5 showtimes) LA (AMC Bay Street): 5 / 1 (5 showtimes) LA (AMC Universal): 13 / 5 (5 showtimes) Total tickets sold in 9 theaters till today for Thursday: 77 and for Friday: 59. Comps: Scary Stories had on Wednesday 645/475, Crawl 261/209, Countdown 170/131, Underwater 179/170, Gretel & Hansel 199/190 and Fantasy Island had 0/663. The Turning had on Thursday 239/219 sold tickets. Even worse! Fits to the other reports here. Maybe the holiday on Monday caused a little delay? We will see tomorrow.
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    The budget was over 300M dollars. 300M New Zealand Dollars, ~190M USD.
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    My fear is that the next go around we all over predict and Sony gives an actual crap film... would love to see this trilogy actually complete as a legs trifecta
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    Jumanji 0.5mn. Higher/flat than last Tuesday.
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    I'd be careful with predicts - between the Atom deal ending, another family moving coming, the lack of 2 holidays for the weekend, and this being a fan-based property...well, it could have a shockingly-high-for-a-family-movie drop...I know you've got common Math...but this may not match common Math:)... Or this weekend could have gotten the not completely convinced off the fence so their kids can all talk the same movie... But, anyway, Tuesday finished the 5 day OW...now, Wed will start the "see where this goes" process:)...
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    Weekend: 13th–16th February 2020 Rank Title Weekend admissions % Change Screen count / Change Total admissions Week 1 Χαλβάη 5-0 (Halwaii 5-0) [GR] 20,546 -52.4% 76 -31 197,824 3 2 Little Women 17,702 -20.0% 84 +24 50,040 2 3 Parasite [South Korean] 13,108 +846.4% 49 +39 104,757 18 4 Die Heinzels - Rückkehr der Heinzelmännchen [German] 10,580 – 77 – 10,580 1 5 1917 9,592 -26.2% 36 -5 243,405 6 6 Gretel & Hansel 9,203 – 52 – 9,203 1 7 Ευτυχία (Eftyhia) [GR] 7,514 -34.3% 43 -11 647,368 9 8 The Gentlemen 6,722 -29.8% 29 -18 46,274 3 9 Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) 5,105 -61.9% 38 -59 30,118 2 10 Dolittle 4,498 -35.7% 62 -13 68,312 5 Source: https://flix.gr/news/box-office-13-2-2020.html For a third weekend in a row, Greek crime parody film 'Halwaii 5-0' topped the box office and is on the verge of crossing the blockbuster milestone of 200K admissions. However, it is not clear that it can reach 250K admissions. For now, it is focused on surpassing Greek comedy sequels 'Bachelor 2' and 'Bach3lor' (236K and 238K admissions respectively). It experienced quite a sharp drop, compared to its softer sophomore drop, which is an indication that it wasn't the couples' pick for Valentine's Day. 'Little Women' and 'Parasite' managed to satisfy the demand, though, with '1917' and 'Eftyhia' also playing their part. 'Little Women' had a very good hold, but when taking into account the screen expansion and the Valnetine's Day factor, its hold is a bit underwhelming. 'Parasite' managed an impressive comeback, but it still ended up selling slightly fewer admissions than last year's Oscar Best Picture winner, 'Green Book', on its post-Oscars weekend. Overall, it is aiming for close to 150K admissions by the end of its run. '1917' may have lost the big award a week ago, but it still managed a superb drop. 250K admissions is now guaranteed and, by the looks of it, it will manage to stay safely ahead of 'Halwaii 5-0' (thankfully). Fun little piece of trivia, it has overtaken 'The Favourite' (225,203 admissions), which was also a hugely hyped Oscar Best Picture contender. In the meantime, 'Eftyhia' is now only 1,100 admissions behind 'Worlds Apart' at the same point in its run, which also happened to be a Valentine's Day weekend. The film dropped 48% on the following weekend, so next weekend is 'Eftyhia's' chance to move ahead. 647,000 admissions down, 22,000 admissions to go... As for openers, the scene was as dreadful as it was boring. In fact, I can't even be bothered to report on it. Here's a chart of all Oscar Best Picture contenders and their (non-final, in some cases) totals: Oscar Films 2019 Title Total admissions Joker 904,988 1917 243,405 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood 232,159 Parasite 104,757 Little Women 50,040 Ford v Ferrari 43,358 Jojo Rabbit 31,253 The Irishman Unknown Marriage Story Unknown Authoritarian-minded Netflix refuses to report numbers for its own films. Although '1917', 'Parasite' and 'Little Women' still have some steam left, the list's rankings will not change from now on. Prediction for these three films' final totals: 270K, 150K and 90K respectively.
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    #19 Queen & Slim This is a pretty good movie for the most part. The one thing that I don't really tend to like is when movies get to poetic for their own good. Like when the movie is a crime thriller it can be pretty intense and entertaining. You feel that these two are connected and even in love. But I also don't need monologues meant to be deep that slow down the movie a lot and don't add as much as the filmmakers seem to think. Still, it's very well-made and one worth seeing despite it's predictable end. #18 Rocketman The story of Elton John is a pretty good one filled with hardship and difficulty but also triumphs. There's some fantasy to some of the musical sequences and it's pretty entertaining movie. The music is also obviously killer. There's some good performances by the cast as well. At the end, though, it's also not a movie you MUST watch from last year unless you are a big Elton John fan. Which I am which might explain why I liked this movie a lot.
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    Frozen 2 will likely win in Deadline’s profit estimates. The diff of 200M in gross is about 90M in revenue given their similar DOM/OS-C/C splits, so Frozen’s 110M advantage in production budget will put it ahead.
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    Weekend 2/14~16 2. Little Women - 312,711 Admissions (463,731) / 2.3M Gross 4. Parasite - 89,140 Admissions (10,228,467) / 0.51M Gross 5. Sonic - 68,246 Admissions (87,131) / 0.46M Gross 7. BOP - 40,480 Admissions (373,741) / 0.3M Gross 8. Jojo Rabbit - 22,692 Admissions (80,523) / 0.17M Gross Presale 1. 1917 28k 4. Little Women 17k 5. Harry Potter 3 re-release 16k 7. Parasite 6.6k 10. Sonic 2.1k 11. jojo rabbit 2.1k 12. BOP 1.5k
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    Best TV Comedy The Good Place No duh. This was no doubt the best comedy. It had a strong finish, was always entertaining, all while exploring philosophy. It had a serialized story that was pretty compelling from the first episode of the series and this final season would often zig when you thought it was going to zag. Seriously, utterly brilliant work and just goes to show that Michael Schur is the master of TV comedies. Seriously, The Office, Parks and Recreation, The Good Place, Brooklyn Nine-Nine...Anyways if you haven't seen this show, watch it. The seasons aren't too long and it's a great time.
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