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  1. JAPAN BOX OFFICE

    Corpse: Avengers: Infinity War looks to have earned around ¥350 million ($3.2 million) on Saturday, and assuming Sunday does see a nice boost due to the holiday, is still aiming for an opening weekend around ¥750-800 million ($6.9-7.3 million). It needs to beat Avengers: Age of Ultron's ¥793.9 million opening in order to achieve the biggest non-Spider-Man opening weekend for a Marvel/DC film in the market.
  2. Jun 10, 2017 Rank Film Release Date Daily Gross (Total) Admissions (Total) Number of Screens Revenue Share 1 The Mummy U.S. Jun 06, 2017 $3,564,687 ($14,415,337) 463,907 (1,941,721) 1,252 52.74% 2 The Villainess South Korea (Contents Panda) Jun 08, 2017 $1,052,592 ($2,154,929) 140,095 (298,268) 668 15.57% 3 Wonder Woman U.S. May 31, 2017 $735,104 ($12,685,762) 99,530 (1,763,945) 605 10.87% 4 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No U.S. May 24, 2017 $456,802 ($20,550,339) 61,164 (2,821,194) 510 6.75% 5 OUR PRESIDENT South Korea May 25, 2017 $396,247 ($10,601,494) 54,079 (1,512,885) 507 5.86% 6 WARRIORS OF THE DAWN South Korea (M-Line Distribution) May 31, 2017 $90,226 ($5,255,262) 12,708 (780,195) 379 1.33% 7 GET OUT U.S. May 17, 2017 $71,170 ($15,214,146) 9,390 (2,097,809) 178 1.05% 8 Beyblade Burst God Japan Jun 01, 2017 $61,940 ($622,742) 9,000 (93,035) 158 0.91% 9 The Boss Baby U.S. May 03, 2017 $52,761 ($16,645,483) 8,017 (2,422,853) 161 0.78% 10 OCTONAUTS Season4 U.K. Jun 01, 2017 $40,358 ($313,077) 6,966 (54,050) 145 0.59%
  3. Jun 07, 2017 Rank Film Release Date Daily Gross (Total) Admissions (Total) Number of Screens Revenue Share 1 The Mummy U.S. Jun 06, 2017 $1,456,508 ($8,031,572) 214,614 (1,088,268) 1,126 61.43% 2 Wonder Woman U.S. May 31, 2017 $279,640 ($11,401,574) 42,679 (1,587,731) 731 11.79% 3 OUR PRESIDENT South Korea May 25, 2017 $210,603 ($9,834,028) 33,176 (1,405,529) 533 8.88% 4 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No U.S. May 24, 2017 $171,910 ($19,736,206) 25,871 (2,712,467) 508 7.25% 5 WARRIORS OF THE DAWN South Korea (M-Line Distribution) May 31, 2017 $108,417 ($5,028,050) 17,445 (746,787) 513 4.57% 6 GET OUT U.S. May 17, 2017 $48,067 ($15,068,972) 7,052 (2,079,939) 280 2.02% 7 A Day South Korea (FINECUT) Jun 15, 2017 $12,744 ($17,703) 1,799 (2,497) 8 0.53% 8 The Merciless South Korea (CJ) May 17, 2017 $8,397 ($6,561,361) 1,292 (914,981) 54 0.35% 9 The 100th Love With You Japan May 25, 2017 $8,186 ($492,684) 1,248 (70,574) 69 0.34% 10 Jane South Korea (M-Line Distribution) May 31, 2017 $6,209 ($92,173) 927 (12,651) 54 0.26%
  4. 2016 Rank Film Release Date Yearly Gross Admissions Number of Screens Revenue Share 1 TRAIN TO BUSAN South Korea (Contents Panda) Jul 20, 2016 $78,498,975 11,565,479 1,788 5.64% 2 A Violent Prosecutor South Korea (Showbox) Feb 03, 2016 $65,139,346 9,707,581 1,812 4.68% 3 Captain America: Civil War U.S. Apr 27, 2016 $61,223,346 8,677,249 1,991 4.4% 4 The Age of Shadows South Korea (FINECUT) Sep 07, 2016 $51,616,271 7,500,101 1,444 3.71% 5 Tunnel South Korea (Showbox) Aug 10, 2016 $48,466,288 7,120,508 1,105 3.48% 6 Operation Chromite South Korea (CJ, FINECUT) Jul 27, 2016 $46,420,733 7,049,643 1,049 3.33% 7 LUCK-KEY South Korea (Showbox) Oct 13, 2016 $47,551,226 6,974,996 1,234 3.42% 8 THE WAILING South Korea (FINECUT) May 12, 2016 $47,062,780 6,879,908 1,485 3.38% 9 The Last Princess South Korea (Lotte) Aug 03, 2016 $37,400,024 5,599,229 964 2.69% 10 Doctor Strange U.S. Oct 26, 2016 $39,992,515 5,444,971 1,503 2.87% 11 Zootopia U.S. Feb 17, 2016 $31,251,944 4,706,158 735 2.24% 12 Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them U.S.,U.K. Nov 16, 2016 $32,413,442 4,560,107 1,431 2.33% 13 The Handmaiden South Korea (CJ) Jun 01, 2016 $29,664,052 4,287,839 1,171 2.13% 14 Kung Fu Panda 3 U.S. (DreamWorks Animation) Jan 28, 2016 $26,403,368 3,984,812 1,365 1.89% 15 Spirits' Homecoming South Korea (M-Line Distribution) Feb 24, 2016 $22,956,815 3,587,173 876 1.65% 16 Deadpool U.S. Feb 17, 2016 $23,248,204 3,317,196 1,036 1.67% 17 Now You See Me 2 U.S. Jul 13, 2016 $21,159,806 3,100,113 1,200 1.52% 18 X-Men: Apocalypse U.S. May 25, 2016 $20,613,216 2,938,818 1,262 1.48% 19 MY ANNOYING BROTHER South Korea (CJ E&M Corp.) Nov 23, 2016 $18,639,857 2,851,812 993 1.34% 20 Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children U.S.,Belgium,U.K. Sep 28, 2016 $18,400,349 2,718,158 904 1.32% - See more at: http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr/jsp/news/boxOffice_Yearly.jsp?mode=BOXOFFICE_YEAR#sthash.4Awf8i4H.dpuf
  5. Admissions by region – 2014 Region Total admissions London 40,134,885 Southern 14,268,297 East of England 10,917,607 Midlands 21,986,771 South West 3,786,192 Wales & West 11,226,166 Lancashire 15,282,042 Yorkshire 12,857,893 North East 6,190,225 Border 1,178,147 C Scotland 10,521,251 N Scotland 3,546,529 N Ireland 5,603,636 Total 157,499,641 Source: CAA – based on ITV regions
  6. Monthly admissions - 2007 onwards 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 January 13,982,263 13,462,193 14,504,588 14,583,485 15,214,394 13,554,905 17,081,700 15,187,114 15,386,610 February 13,864,309 12,863,746 14,967,291 14,890,936 17,246,379 15,314,443 13,960,141 14,332,398 15,162,922 March 11,181,767 12,178,860 11,904,734 14,482,606 11,066,447 11,703,294 10,885,645 10,360,562 11,544,674 April 10,941,414 9,820,271 13,830,360 14,655,330 11,161,036 15,052,518 11,887,940 12,678,793 15,125,895 May 15,722,615 12,720,821 15,775,946 12,817,736 13,325,458 13,439,811 15,607,698 12,601,600 12,665,652 June 11,220,139 11,820,185 12,476,548 8,717,106 12,681,567 12,375,092 13,029,685 10,399,406 13,254,544 July 21,834,442 21,421,122 20,039,500 20,280,553 17,813,860 15,515,393 14,321,221 13,275,721 15,869,636 August 17,754,236 20,400,930 15,542,650 20,216,686 21,413,517 17,218,808 17,639,654 17,066,764 14,374,123 September 9,614,597 10,663,611 9,703,035 10,077,829 11,488,853 9,441,232 9,885,140 8,517,719 9,238,723 October 12,274,679 13,038,644 13,538,178 12,904,609 13,580,914 16,834,615 11,865,573 13,273,205 15,407,383 November 9,607,386 13,529,118 14,913,425 13,452,586 12,937,726 17,644,644 13,669,359 12,690,140 15,410,911 December 14,567,751 12,302,511 16,265,080 12,170,377 13,632,041 14,404,019 15,706,221 17,116,216 0 Total 162,542,120 164,222,082 173,461,335 169,249,839 171,562,192 172,498,775 165,539,976 157,499,641 0 Source: Cinema Advertising Association
  7. I don't know how accurate this site is but this one has admission http://www.25thframe.co.uk/charts/top-uk-films-by-ticket-sales.php
  8. Some interesting Facts and figures UK cinema admissions and box office Annual admissions – 1935 onwards The table below shows trends in UK cinema admissions (millions) since 1935. From an historic high immediately post-war of 1.64 billion in 1946, UK cinema admissions gradually declined to an all-time low of just 54 million in 1984. Since that time, the advent of the multiplex, and record levels of investment in improving the theatrical experience (still ongoing), have seen admissions recover such that since 2000, they have remained (sometimes significantly so) above 150 million. Year Admissions (m) Year Admissions (m) Year Admissions (m) Year Admissions (m) Year Admissions (m) 1935 912.30 1951 1,365.00 1967 264.80 1983 65.70 1999 139.75 1936 917.00 1952 1,312.10 1968 237.30 1984 54.00 2000 142.50 1937 946.00 1953 1,284.50 1969 214.90 1985 72.00 2001 155.90 1938 987.00 1954 1,275.80 1970 193.00 1986 75.50 2002 175.90 1939 990.00 1955 1,181.80 1971 176.00 1987 78.50 2003 167.20 1940 1,027.00 1956 1,100.80 1972 156.60 1988 84.00 2004 171.20 1941 1,309.00 1957 915.20 1973 134.20 1989 94.50 2005 164.60 1942 1,494.00 1958 754.70 1974 138.50 1990 97.37 2006 156.60 1943 1,541.00 1959 581.00 1975 116.30 1991 100.29 2007 162.50 1944 1,575.00 1960 500.80 1976 103.90 1992 103.64 2008 164.20 1945 1,585.00 1961 449.10 1977 103.50 1993 114.36 2009 173.50 1946 1,635.00 1962 395.00 1978 126.10 1994 123.53 2010 169.20 1947 1,462.00 1963 357.20 1979 111.90 1995 114.56 2011 171.60 1948 1,514.00 1964 342.80 1980 101.00 1996 123.80 2012 172.50 1949 1,430.00 1965 326.80 1981 86.00 1997 139.30 2013 165.50 1950 1,395.80 1966 288.80 1982 64.00 1998 135.50 2014 157.50
  9. DATE DAILY GROSS Nov 29, 2015 $8,973,209 Nov 28, 2015 $14,652,875 Nov 27, 2015 $15,529,133 Nov 26, 2015 $6,539,793 Nov 25, 2015 $9,760,677
  10. The Good Dinosaur $39,155,217 -- 3,749 -- $10,444 $55,455,687 1 Disney
  11. Monday Numbers

    DAY The Hunger Games Catching Fire Mockingjay Part 1 Mon $10,823,788 -69% / - $163,359,535 / 4 $12,321,722 -64.3% / - $170,396,008 / 4 $8,978,318 -65.3% / - $130,875,952 / 4
  12. Monday Numbers

    # TITLE MON, NOV. 23 2015 LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST. 1 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 $8,540,357 -63% 4,175 -- $2,046 $111,206,338 1 Lionsgate 2 The Peanuts Movie $1,603,682 -62% 3,671 -231 $437 $100,950,409 3 Fox 3 Spectre $1,569,451 -63% 3,659 -270 $429 $155,716,059 3 Sony / Columbia 4 The Night Before $1,133,873 -55% 2,960 -- $383 $11,014,409 1 Sony / Columbia 5 Secret in Their Eyes $601,284 -64% 2,392 -- $251 $7,254,280 1 STX Entertainment 6 The Martian $443,363 -57% 2,086 -702 $213 $213,580,575 8 Fox 7 Love the Coopers $437,313 -62% 2,603 0 $168 $15,565,668 2 CBS Films / Lionsgate 8 Goosebumps $278,542 -55% 1,787 -1018 $156 $76,394,821 6 Sony / Columbia 9 The 33 $248,644 -64% 2,452 0 $101 $10,251,366 2 Warner Bros. 10 Bridge of Spies $218,753 -59% 1,532 -1156 $143 $65,457,320 6 Disney /
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