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  1. I'm thinking the opposite, in the 250/600 neighborhood.
  2. It will probably hit a billion the weekend of July 26-28. Maybe sooner, with lion king opening this one, endgame and toy story all stand to potentially benefit.
  3. I'm thinking in the 800-900m range. Plus ~550 domestic, 1400 total.
  4. This would be cool but I just can't see it. 100/260. Out.
  5. I was thinking anywhere from 1500 to 2b for Hobbes and Shaw. Not sure how realistic that is.
  6. Everyone's out with friends and family in the evening to see the firework shows, lots of stores close early, I bet plenty of local and smaller theater chains do too.
  7. All movies: 2013 Mon 1st Tue 2nd Wed 3rd Thurs 4th 4 THE HEAT Fox 3,181 $5,325,789 -51.4% / $1,674 $44,440,832 / 4 $5,382,437 +1.1% / $1,692 $49,823,269 / 5 $5,268,590 -2.1% / $1,656 $55,091,859 / 6 $6,403,429 +21.5% / $2,013 $61,495,288 / 7 5 KEVIN HART: LET ME EXPLAIN Lionsgate/Summit 876 N/A N/A $4,773,916 -- / $5,450 $4,773,916 / 1 $2,586,788 -45.8% / $2,953 $7,360,704 / 2 6 WORLD WAR Z Paramount 3,405 $4,387,159 -52% / $1,216 $128,084,078 / 11 $4,106,417 -6.4% / $1,138 $132,190,495 / 12 $4,034,822 -1.7% / $1,185 $136,225,317 / 13 $4,355,358 +7.9% / $1,279 $140,580,675 / 14 7 WHITE HOUSE DOWN Sony / Columbia 3,222 $3,053,125 -53.7% / $948 $27,905,383 / 4 $2,922,546 -4.3% / $907 $30,827,929 / 5 $2,666,733 -8.8% / $828 $33,494,662 / 6 $3,512,101 +31.7% / $1,090 $37,006,763 / 7 8 MAN OF STEEL Warner Bros. 2,965 $3,044,020 -52.2% / $737 $251,621,616 / 18 $2,784,230 -8.5% / $674 $254,405,846 / 19 $2,353,137 -15.5% / $794 $256,758,983 / 20 $3,015,170 +28.1% / $1,017 $259,774,153 / 21 9 THIS IS THE END Sony / Columbia 2,104 $1,520,670 -45.6% / $561 $76,202,506 / 20 $1,236,408 -18.7% / $456 $77,438,914 / 21 $1,224,149 -1% / $582 $78,663,063 / 22 $1,141,090 -6.8% / $542 $79,804,153 / 23 10 NOW YOU SEE ME Lionsgate/Summit 1,606 $939,335 -44.9% / $366 $105,732,193 / 32 $742,501 -21% / $290 $106,474,694 / 33 $497,591 -33% / $310 $106,972,285 / 34 $673,127 +35.3% / $419 $107,645,412 / 35 11 FAST & FURIOUS 6 Universal 686 $348,750 -52.6% / $225 $233,700,515 / 39 $278,985 -20% / $180 $233,979,500 / 40 $222,950 -20.1% / $325 $234,202,450 / 41 $212,660 -4.6% / $310 $234,415,110 / 42 12 STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS Paramount 660 $354,877 -49.1% / $343 $220,945,947 / 47 $262,982 -25.9% / $254 $221,208,929 / 48 $222,447 -15.4% / $337 $221,431,376 / 49 $323,187 +45.3% / $490 $221,754,563 / 50 Leaving out the openers, and also Monster's U dropped bc of the Despicable Me 2 opening, the movies that got the biggest bumps for the 4th were PG13 action movies. Then everything got a Friday bump: https://www.boxofficemojo.com/daily/chart/?sortdate=2013-07-05&p=.htm
  8. Cume Daily 3 3 Tues 39 36 Wed 66.5 27.5 Thur 97.5 31 Fri 132.5 35 Sat 166.5 34 Sun 192.5 26 Wkend 95 Opening 192.5 My guess. Bump up for the 4th, another bump on the Friday, flat or slight drop on Saturday, then -25% Sunday.
  9. Last year's Christmas movies released on Tuesday and literally zero in my area got the discount (AMC, Cinemark and a local chain). And for Wednesday releases the Tuesday previews never get it. I wish rth were a little more active, now I'm curious about this.
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