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    Box Office Theory's Most Anticipated Films

    1. Captain Marvel 2. Avengers Endgame 3. Godzilla: King of the Monsters 4. Star Wars: Episode IX 5. Spider-Man: Far From Home 6, Dark Phoenix 7. New Mutants 8. Glass 9. John Wick Chapter 3 10. Kingsman 3
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    Box Office Theory's Most Anticipated Films

    I'm going to be out of town for about a week, so on Friday just start posting your lists for next week. I'll post the results when I get home.
  3. It opens on Wednesday. Some theaters have booked it as a 1 or 2 (or 3) showings per night event, while other theaters are showing it 5 times a day for a full week. It's going to make an impact at the box office for sure. At a few theaters it's even taking some large premium format screens for a day and a half before Glass opens. It will almost certainly be the #1 movie on Wednesday.
  4. Now would be a perfectly fine time for you folks to head over to the Most Anticipated Movies thread and vote for your top 10 movies of 2019: https://forums.boxofficetheory.com/topic/667-box-office-theorys-most-anticipated-films/?page=360
  5. Escape Room is going to finish very close to $50M. That seems like a big win in my book. We've seen some super huge horror breakouts lately, but this still qualifies as a hit. And frankly, "only" a 51% drop seems really good for a horror movie.
  6. That's a bit more than I was expecting a few weeks ago. Is there still a path for Bumblebee to hit 500? Even if not, it's clearly done well enough to justify continuing down this new path. It'll be interesting to hear about what TF movie they start working on next. I'd be happy with either a straight up Bumblebee sequel (it has to include Charlie though) or that animated Cybertron movie.
  7. The legs seem to show that more and more people are getting on board the Spider-Verse train. Assuming that trend continues on people's tv screens over the next year or two, it's not hard to foresee a big jump for the second one. That said, Spider-Verse has been helped in large part thanks to it's incredible reviews and WOM, and thusly in large part thanks to it's incredible quality. Perhaps we should all get our hopes down that the sequel will be anywhere near as good as this first one was. Because that's a ludicrously high standard to match.
  8. There is no such thing as DCEU. That was made up by some fans. WB makes live action "Worlds of DC" movies. Number 1 and number 4 are especially impressive. That said, I LOVED the trailer when it came out back in the summer. I was shocked that some people on this board were complaining about it. It was a good trailer that really sold the movie well. The marketing for Aquaman didn't shift. Seems like every trailer/commercial kept the same tone, and it worked. People went into the movie expecting one thing, and they got exactly that. yay for Spidey's legs!
  9. Do not go out of your way to see it. It's not a bad movie, but sometimes when you're making something like a biopic, you have to make a choice between staying historically accurate and sprucing it up with some Hollywood excitement. They chose not to add any excitement. And that's perfectly fine. Sometimes a movie about a great person doesn't necessarily have a great story. It has a pleasing ending, and I googled a few things about her life that I was pleased to find out were true afterwards, but there's a reason this movie isn't listed in award conversations. It's fair to good at best. I'm not saying don't see it, but I would say don't go out of your way to see it. Other options may be better.
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    Box Office Theory's Most Anticipated Films

    Box Office Theory's Most Anticipated Films – January 4-10, 2018 1 Avengers: Endgame - 61 2 Us - 36 3 Captain Marvel - 32 3 Pokemon: Detective Pikachu - 32 5 Spider-Man: Far From Home - 29 6 Glass - 27 7 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - 25 8 Godzilla: King of the Monsters - 24 8 Shazam! - 24 10 The Lion King - 22 11 Joker - 21 11 Alita: Battle Angel - 21 13 How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World - 20 14 Jojo Rabbit - 17 15 Star Wars: Episode IX - 15 15 It Chapter 2 - 15 17 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part - 13 18 John Wick: Chapter 3 - 11 19 If Beale Street Could Talk - 10 19 Toy Story 4 - 10 19 Happy Death Day 2U - 10 22 Knives Out - 9 23 Cold Pursuit - 8 23 Climax - 8 23 Serenity - 8 23 Chaos Walking - 8 27 Captive State - 7 27 Frozen 2 - 7 29 Pet Sematary - 6 29 High Life - 6 31 Dark Phoenix - 5 31 Isn't It Romantic - 5 31 Child's Play - 5 31 Where'd You Go, Bernadette? - 5 31 Peterloo - 5 36 The Irishman - 4 36 New Mutants - 4 38 Ford v. Ferrari - 3 38 The Good Liar - 3 38 The Beach Bum - 3 38 Arctic - 3 42 Terminator 6 - 2 42 A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood - 2 42 Run the Race - 2 42 Jumanji 3 - 2 42 Zombieland 2 - 2 42 Good Boys - 2 48 Ad Astra - 1 48 Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw - 1 48 Spies in Disguise - 1 48 Greta - 1 48 Aladdin - 1 48 Farmageddon: A Shaun the Sheep Movie - 1 If Beale Street Could Talk exits at #19 NOTABLE PREVIOUS EXITS #1 Black Panther #1 Avengers: Infinity War #1 Solo: A Star Wars Story #1 The Incredibles 2 #1 Ant-Man and the Wasp #1 Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! #1 Mission: Impossible - Fallout #1 Christopher Robin #1 Crazy Rich Asians #1 A Star Is Born #1 First Man #1 Halloween #1 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse #1 Mary Poppins Returns #2 Annihilation #2 A Wrinkle in Time #2 A Quiet Place #2 Tully #2 Ocean's 8 #2 Sorry To Bother You #2 BlacKkKlansman #2 Creed 2 #2 Bumblebee #3 Deadpool 2 #3 Eighth Grade #4 The Predator #4 Widows #4 Aquaman #5 Tomb Raider #5 Pacific Rim Uprising #5 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom #5 Ralph Breaks the Internet #6 Love, Simon #6 Isle of Dogs #6 Hereditary #6 The Hate U Give #7 Ready Player One #7 Won't You Be My Neighbor? #7 The Favourite #7 Vice #8 Sicario: Day of the Soldado #9 Unsane #10 Red Sparrow #10 Tag #10 Bad Times at the El Royale #10 Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of GrindelwaldPREVIOUS #1s 1/3/19 Avengers: Endgame 1/10/19 Avengers: Endgame #1 EXITS The Dark Knight Rises - 7/20/2012 Skyfall - 11/9/2012 Star Trek Into Darkness - 5/17/2013 Man of Steel - 6/14/2013 Gravity - 10/4/2013 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire - 11/22/2013 Captain America: The Winter Soldier - 4/4/2014 Godzilla - 5/16/2014 X-Men: Days of Future Past - 5/23/2014 How to Train Your Dragon 2 - 6/13/2014 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes - 7/11/2014 Guardians of the Galaxy - 8/1/2014 Interstellar - 11/7/2014 The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies - 12/17/2014 Avengers: Age of Ultron - 5/1/2015 Inside Out - 6/19/2015 The Martian - 10/2/2015 Star Wars: The Force Awakens - 12/18/2015 Zootopia - 3/4/2016 Captain America: Civil War - 5/6/2016 X-Men: Apocalypse - 5/27/2016 Doctor Strange - 11/4/2016 Arrival - 11/11/2016 Moana - 11/23/2016 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story - 12/16/2016 Logan - 3/3/2017 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - 5/5/2017 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales - 5/26/2017 Wonder Woman - 6/2/2017 Baby Driver - 6/28/2017 War for the Planet of the Apes - 7/14/2017 Dunkirk - 7/21/2017 Blade Runner 2049 - 10/6/2017 Thor: Ragnarok - 11/3/2017 Star Wars: The Last Jedi - 12/15/2017ARCHIVES2011201220132014 2015 2016 2017 2018
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    Box Office Theory's Most Anticipated Films

    CLOSED A Dog's Way Home The Upside Replicas On the Basis of Sex If Beale Street Could Talk OPEN Brian Banks Hotel Mumbai Poms
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    Box Office Theory's Most Anticipated Films

    1. Captain Marvel 2. Avengers Endgame 3. Godzilla: King of the Monsters 4. Star Wars: Episode IX 5. Spider-Man: Far From Home 6, Dark Phoenix 7. New Mutants 8. Glass 9. Terminator 6 10. Happy Death Day 2U
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