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  1. Damn, You're right. Anyway, TLJ did on its seventh weekend $4.25M. TRoS will do something like this on its sixth weekend (maybe closer to $5M). After that, TLJ add $9.3M to its domestic gross. Even if TRoS start to sell more tickets than its predecessor and add $11M, it still will finish somewhere around $512.5M dom. If U not wrong about $565M OS, ww final gross would be $1.078B.
  2. Yes. This Thursday Skywalker should be at $497M domestic. With good hold during the weekend it should be at $501.6M on Sunday. With similar legs to The Last Jedi from now on (its MLK weekend wa s 70-72% lower than Episode's VIII, despite the fact TRoS is in cinemas one week short) the movie is going to finish with $511-512.5M domestic. If I'm correct, it only needs about $568 mln OS to finish at $1.08B. I think it's highly likely.
  3. It would be awesome if it won't pass last year's Aladdin worldwide numbers!
  4. Good thinking, but it might ends up similiar to Batman Begins in 2005 - amazing film with amazing legs, but due to very bad reception of previous Batman film (B&R) it wasn't as smashing hit as it should have been. BvS and JL could have hurt Batman image among the audience. I'll be happy if the movie open to +$120 million and due to its hight quality earn over $400 mln domestic as Wonder Woman did in 2017.
  5. Fun fact #377 Star Wars fell to the second place for the biggest hits (domestic as well as worldwide) in early 1983 and remain 2nd till early 90s (JP, T2). Fun fact #390 Star Wars fell to the second place in domestic chart in March 1998 and remain second for over 10 years (!!) till The Dark Knight!
  6. The classic among the classics. The blockbuster. Remember Star Wars? Star Wars debuted on Wednesday 25th 1977. The movie became unprecedented hit, beating Jaws as the very first movie ever to cross $200 mln in domestic gross. After 422 days (60.3 weeks) the movie stood at $221,280,994 as the highest grossing film of all time! But it wasn't over, because due to its huge popularity, 20th Century Fox advertise it again with new posters and new commercials, adding theaters to unprecedented number of 1644 or 1756 (depending on source) extending Star Wars' initial run till November 7th 1978 (532 days / 76 weeks) when it finishes at $265,055,905! Later, Star Wars were re-released couple of times, in 1979 (for over three weeks with gross of $22,455,262), in 1981 (for two weeks only with gross of $17,247,363), and 1982 (for 8 weeks with gross of $15,476,285). This is the very first movie ever who crossed $300 million domestically, and the biggest hit of all time since December 1977 till January 13th 1983. Production Budget: $11 million* *Some sources claim more, even $13 million. Marketing costs: N/A Domestic: $322.74 million [The biggest hit of all time for over 5 years] Foreign: $190.3 million [The second biggest hit after Jaws] Worldwide: $513.04 million [The biggest hit of all time 1978-1983 until E.T.] Of course Star Wars reclaims its domestic title (the second and the last film in history who does that) and became all-time champ again, from February 14th 1997 till March 14th 1998, thanks to Special Edition from 1997.
  7. I don't know about 5 billies, but $3B for sure and easily no. 1 domestic, overseas and worldwide. Shame they postponed it.
  8. My prediction - Top10 worldwide. 1. Fast & Furious 9 - $1.08B [domestic: $200 mln / overseas: $880 mln] - seriously, it is the only 100% sure 1 billion-breaker next year. 2. Mulan - $1.025B [domestic: $175 mln / overseas: $850 mln ~ $350 mln from China] 3. WW84 - $1.015B [domestic: $445 mln / overseas: $570 mln] - it might ends up with $380 mln in US, but I'm optimistic about it 4. Black Widow - $900 mln [domestic: $310 mln / overseas: $590 mln] 5. No Time to Die - $850 mln [domestic: $220 mln / overseas: $630 mln] 6. Minions: The Rise of Skywalker - $825 mln [domestic: $210 mln / overseas: $615 mln] 7. Soul - $780 mln [domestic: $290 mln / overseas: $490 mln] 8. "Some chinese movie" - $750 mln [98% from China] 9. Eternals - $720 mln [domestic: $260 mln / overseas: $460 mln] 10. Top Gun: Maverick - $700 mln [domestic: $205 mln / overseas: $495 mln] Venom 2 won't cross $600 mln worldwide, I don't know about Tenet, maybe (cause it might have a shot for $250 mln domestic).
  9. It seems both, domestic and overseas, Skywalker is going to finish with max. $550 mln. So $1.1B is max. where it'is heading.
  10. $198 mln is from five days, right? 3-day weekend was "only" $142.5 mln? I acctually don't know if Skywalker will even beat Rogue One's OS numbers! 😮
  11. TFA is really enjoyable, good adventure film, but it's also a very bad RotJ sequel, because it sh*ts at everything that Luke, Leia and the other accomplished in that film. If I wouldn't be so big fan of RotJ I might have actually like TFA, and I completely understand why people like the film. Same with TLJ. It might be a good film (but too long, poor pacing), but as a Star Wars story / continuation of the OT it's just bad for me. Some very bad decisions have been made in Disney in 2013. Shame.
  12. Okay, my current Star Wars ranking. 1. Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, Revenge of the Sith, Rogue One - 9/10 ❤ (I have to re-watch them, today I cannot decide which one I love the most) 6. Attack of the Clones - 7/10 ❤ 7. The Phantom Menace - 7/10 ❤ . . . . 8. The Force Awakens - 5/10 9. The Last Jedi - 4/10 I haven't seen Solo, or Mandalorian (not even one trailer of it), and I'm not going to pay to see TRoS. This Disney Trilogy - in this shape - shouldn't have been made. "The Skywalker Saga" ends on Endor, after destroying the second Death Star. The only good thing about Disney Star Wars is R1. Thank You.
  13. Seems it will land between TLJ and RO overseas. I think $620 mln is in play, no more.
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