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  1. Counted today at 10am EST: Ford v Ferrari: NY (AMC Fresh Meadows 7): 115 (total tickets sold for Thursday) / 156 (total tickets sold for Friday, 5 showtimes) Boston (AMC Assembly Row 12): 34 / 114 (8 showtimes) Boston (Boston Common 19): 102 / 152 (8 showtimes) Miami (AMC Sunset Place 24): 167 / 127 (7 showtimes) Grand Rapids (AMC Grand Rapids 18): 36 / 49 (7 showtimes) Austin (AMC Lakeline 9): 17 / 33 (5 showtimes) Tempe/Phoenix (AMC Center Point 11): 45 / 30 (4 showtimes) San Francisco (AMC Metreon 16): 335 / 431 (8 showtimes) LA (AMC Bay Street): 102 / 125 (10 showtimes) LA (AMC Universal): 163 / 299 (10 showtimes) Total tickets sold in 10 theaters till today for Thursday: 1.116 and for Friday: 1.516. Yesterday it were 832/1.203 tickets. Comps: AhF had on Thursday 654/580, Midway 398/487, Once Upon a Time 3.644/2.765 and Good Boys 1.056/965 (no T6 numbers due to that error). Looks good in comparison except for the OUATIH comp but therefor it won't be as frontloaded as Once Upon. Overall I think 30M or a result close to that number is doable.. Charlie's Angels: NY (AMC Fresh Meadows 7): 61 (total tickets sold for Thursday) / 78 (total tickets sold for Friday, 5 showtimes) Boston (AMC Assembly Row 12): 21 / 75 (4 showtimes) Boston (Boston Common 19): 25 / 66 (5 showtimes) Miami (AMC Sunset Place 24): 34 / 17 (8 showtimes) Grand Rapids (AMC Grand Rapids 18): 7 / 14 (4 showtimes) Austin (AMC Lakeline 9): 12 / 12 (5 showtimes) Tempe/Phoenix (AMC Center Point 11): 12 / 16 (4 showtimes) San Francisco (AMC Metreon 16): 98 / 167 + still 2 reported sell outs (6 showtimes) LA (AMC Bay Street): 3 / 41 (6 showtimes) LA (AMC Universal): 71 / 64 (9 showtimes) Total tickets sold in 10 theaters till today for Thursday: 344 and for Friday: 550 (+ potentially 2 sell outs which would mean ca. another 200 tickets). Yesterday 218/398. Comps: The Kitchen had on Thursday 0/519, Black and Blue 244/262 (for Malef2 I have only 7 theaters on Thursday). I go with mid- to high teens because of the better Friday number. The Good Liar (no Thursday previews): NY (AMC Fresh Meadows 7): - Boston (AMC Assembly Row 12): 24 (5 showtimes) Boston (Boston Common 19): 22 (5 showtimes) Miami (AMC Sunset Place 24): 8 (4 showtimes) Grand Rapids (AMC Grand Rapids 18): 5 (4 showtimes) Austin (AMC Lakeline 9): 5 (5 showtimes) Tempe/Phoenix (AMC Center Point 11): 2 (4 showtimes) San Francisco (AMC Metreon 16): 70 (5 showtimes) LA (AMC Bay Street): 13 (5 showtimes) LA (AMC Universal): 18 (5 showtimes) Total tickets sold in 9 theaters till today for Friday: 167. Yesterday it had 101. Comps: The Art of Racing in the Rain had on Thursday 128/176 sold tickets, Blinded By the Light 0/146. So over 5M but under 10M. I hope it will do 8M.
  2. Counted today already at 7am EST (for time reasons): Ford v Ferrari: NY (AMC Fresh Meadows 7): 88 (total tickets sold for Thursday) / 126 (total tickets sold for Friday, 5 showtimes) Boston (AMC Assembly Row 12): 30 / 81 (8 showtimes) Boston (Boston Common 19): 66 / 115 (8 showtimes) Miami (AMC Sunset Place 24): 120 / 93 (7 showtimes) Grand Rapids (AMC Grand Rapids 18): 34 / 31 (7 showtimes) Austin (AMC Lakeline 9): 11 / 29 (5 showtimes) Tempe/Phoenix (AMC Center Point 11): 41 / 27 (4 showtimes) San Francisco (AMC Metreon 16): 261 / 363 (8 showtimes) LA (AMC Bay Street): 87 / 93 (11 showtimes) LA (AMC Universal): 94 / 245 (10 showtimes) Total tickets sold in 10 theaters till today for Thursday: 832 and for Friday: 1.203. Yes, that was a pretty small jump (on Monday it were 538/856 tickets). But compared to other films these are still solid numbers: AhF had on Wednesday 472/388, T6 1.233/1.847, Once Upon a Time 2.610/1.974 and Good Boys 766/669. Charlie's Angels: NY (AMC Fresh Meadows 7): 37 (total tickets sold for Thursday) / 48 (total tickets sold for Friday, 5 showtimes) Boston (AMC Assembly Row 12): 26 / 44 (4 showtimes) Boston (Boston Common 19): 16 / 40 (5 showtimes) Miami (AMC Sunset Place 24): 25 / 17 (8 showtimes) Grand Rapids (AMC Grand Rapids 18): 3 / 8 (4 showtimes) Austin (AMC Lakeline 9): 3 / 9 (5 showtimes) Tempe/Phoenix (AMC Center Point 11): 5 / 9 (4 showtimes) San Francisco (AMC Metreon 16): 67 / 143 + 2 reported sell outs – yesterday 5 and 14 tickets were sold in these cinema halls so I doubt it and count the tickets it had yesterday (6 showtimes) LA (AMC Bay Street): 2 / 37 (6 showtimes) LA (AMC Universal): 34 / 43 (9 showtimes) Total tickets sold in 10 theaters till today for Thursday: 218 and for Friday: 398 (+ potentially 2 sell outs which would mean ca. another 200 tickets). Very uneven, the Thursday number is bad, the Friday number halfway ok. The comps are not very helpful either: The Kitchen had on Wednesday 0/374, Black and Blue 182/202, Maleficent 2 1.190/1.444. At the moment I would say more than 10M OW but how much more? The Good Liar (no Thursday previews): NY (AMC Fresh Meadows 7): - Boston (AMC Assembly Row 12): 10 (5 showtimes) Boston (Boston Common 19): 10 (5 showtimes) Miami (AMC Sunset Place 24): 8 (4 showtimes) Grand Rapids (AMC Grand Rapids 18): 0 (4 showtimes) Austin (AMC Lakeline 9): 2 (5 showtimes) Tempe/Phoenix (AMC Center Point 11): 0 San Francisco (AMC Metreon 16): 49 (5 showtimes) LA (AMC Bay Street): 11 (5 showtimes) LA (AMC Universal): 11 (5 showtimes) Total tickets sold in 9 theaters till today for Friday: 101. Seems not much but at least that's a nice increase compared to Monday (33). The Art of Racing in the Rain had on Wednesday 97/118 sold tickets, Blinded By the Light had 0/95.
  3. Counted today at 10am EST. Ford v Ferrari: NY (AMC Fresh Meadows 7): 68 (total tickets sold for Thursday) / 85 (total tickets sold for Friday, 5 showtimes) Boston (AMC Assembly Row 12): 16 / 52 (8 showtimes) Boston (Boston Common 19): 33 / 72 (8 showtimes) Miami (AMC Sunset Place 24): 88 / 52 (6 showtimes) Grand Rapids (AMC Grand Rapids 18): 21 / 21 (4 showtimes) Austin (AMC Lakeline 9): 5 / 19 (4 showtimes) Tempe/Phoenix (AMC Center Point 11): 30 / 18 (4 showtimes) San Francisco (AMC Metreon 16): 184 / 262 (10 showtimes) LA (AMC Bay Street): 47 / 57 (10 showtimes) LA (AMC Universal): 46 / 218 (8 showtimes) Total tickets sold in 10 theaters till today for Thursday: 538 and for Friday: 856. I'm not sure which films are the best comps. Compared to some (sequel) action films its numbers look already really good, e.g. AhF had at that time 278/176. T6 had on Monday 875/1.265 (but with bad jumps from then on), Once Upon a Time had 1.469/1.231 and Good Boys had but on Wednesday 766/669. Because it's an original film I think these are good numbers. Charlie's Angels: NY (AMC Fresh Meadows 7): 27 (total tickets sold for Thursday) / 24 (total tickets sold for Friday, 6 showtimes) Boston (AMC Assembly Row 12): 10 / 30 (8 showtimes) Boston (Boston Common 19): 11 / 19 (5 showtimes) Miami (AMC Sunset Place 24): 25 / 16 (4 showtimes) Grand Rapids (AMC Grand Rapids 18): 1 / 3 (4 showtimes) Austin (AMC Lakeline 9): 1 / 5 (4 showtimes) Tempe/Phoenix (AMC Center Point 11): 3 / 8 (4 showtimes) San Francisco (AMC Metreon 16): 39 / 71 (6 showtimes) LA (AMC Bay Street): 2 / 13 (6 showtimes) LA (AMC Universal): 21 / 21 (5 showtimes) Total tickets sold in 10 theaters till today for Thursday: 140 and for Friday: 210. I have to find good comps yet (e.g. The Kitchen had on Monday 0/216, Black and Blue had on Wednesday 182/202) but it clearly has to improve for a decent weekend. The Good Liar (no Thursday showtimes): NY (AMC Fresh Meadows 7): - Boston (AMC Assembly Row 12): 1 (5 showtimes) Boston (Boston Common 19): 4 (5 showtimes) Miami (AMC Sunset Place 24): 3 (4 showtimes) Grand Rapids (AMC Grand Rapids 18): 0 (4 showtimes) Austin (AMC Lakeline 9): 25 / 34 (4 showtimes) Tempe/Phoenix (AMC Center Point 11): - San Francisco (AMC Metreon 16): 13 (5 showtimes) LA (AMC Bay Street): 2 (5 showtimes) LA (AMC Universal): 10 (5 showtimes) Total tickets sold in 8 theaters till today for Friday: 33. Very muted so far but it's a film for an older audience and the trailer is not boring IMO. The Art of Racing in the Rain had on Monday at that time 62/66 sold tickets, The Kitchen 0/216, Blinded By the Light on Wednesday 0/95.
  4. Finally it works again . But I counted 4 hours too late today so normally the numbers of sold tickets would be slightly worse. And it's the same here: Doctor Sleep is pretty exactly on par with Scary Stories. It had 1.018 for Thursday and 802 sold tickets for Friday. Scary Sories had 1.096/754 (but earlier in the day). So from presales alone that would mean around 20-22M. Midway had today (also 4 hours too late) 398/497 sold tickets. Angel has Fallen had on Thursday 654/580. So not too bad but I guess it won't have the same walk ups. But with good walk ups it could reach ca. 15M OW I think.
  5. It was #3 and had 50.861 admissions today. Total box office so far: 12.028.071 US$. And did you see: If you click on "more" below the chart you can see the top 30 and more .
  6. Yes, Joker had including Sunday 3.2M admissions (this weekend: 395k admissions, only -12%). Link: insidekino.de → News (in the middle of the frontpage) → Scroll down to "Deutschland".
  7. Yes, thank you. But if I click on "Get Tickets" the site turns black. Maybe this mistake vanishes till next week...it's not the first time that this happens. Anyway, I will see Terminator: Dark Fate in around 3 hours .
  8. I'm really sorry, but the AMC site was broken for me the whole day yesterday and it still is . It was never that long unavailable. Would be terrible if it would stay like that. I even can't sign in or see the list of movies. All these problems are probably caused because I live in Europe. Or I just have bad luck. Oh, the glorious Pulse times. Does anybody have an advice what I could do or what could be the main problem? It says „we couldn't find anything related to your search“ when I click on Movies at AMC. Maybe @TalismanRing because I thought you live in Europe too? PS: The start was a disaster in Germany but the hold of T6 is really ok. So far -25% in the first trend and the second Thursday (=yesterday) compared to the release Thursday was down only -20% so maybe with legal holiday today in the catholic states (yesterday in the protestant ones) the hold is even better. Its Mo-Wed cross also must have been better than normal because it will be at 300k admissions including Sunday.
  9. Since Malef 2 was mentioned and I forgot it because I think it's not the best comp: Malef2 had on Wednesday at that time 1.190/1.444 sold tickets. So where I count T6 is at the moment in front on both days. But of course Malef2 is a family film and I'm not sure if the Halloween activities are indeed such a big factor. It's just unusual that a sci-fi-action film is that much stronger on Friday than on Thursday...
  10. Counted today at 11am EST. Terminator: Dark Fate: NY (AMC Fresh Meadows 7): 187 (total tickets sold for Thursday) / 346 (total tickets sold for Friday, 11 showtimes) Boston (AMC Assembly Row 12): 92 / 143 (10 showtimes) Boston (Boston Common 19): 69 / 99 (11 showtimes) Miami (AMC Sunset Place 24): 132 / 176 (11 showtimes) Grand Rapids (AMC Grand Rapids 18): 38 / 22 (4 showtimes) Austin (AMC Lakeline 9): 25 / 34 (4 showtimes) Tempe/Phoenix (AMC Center Point 11): 33 / 42 (4 showtimes) San Francisco (AMC Metreon 16): 359 / 513 (12 showtimes) LA (AMC Bay Street): 141 / 174 (13 showtimes) LA (AMC Universal): 157 / 298 (12 showtimes) Total tickets sold in 10 theaters till Wednesday for Thursday: 1.233 and for Friday: 1.847. Not frontloaded at all. Actually that's the best Thursday:Friday ratio of all my so far counted movies. Somebody mentioned that on Thursday is Halloween and judging from these numbers it looks like this is indeed a factor. So I tend to lay more weight on the Friday number. Yesterday it were 1.063 and 1.528 tickets. Comps: H&S had on Wednesday 2.254/2.701 sold tickets. Would mean an OW of 33M (Thursday comp) and 41M (Friday comp). AhF had on Wednesday 472/388 sold tickets. So T6 has ca. 2.5x more tickets sold for Thursday and 5x more tickets sold for Friday. If T6 is a walk up film then everything is fine despite all the doom and gloom scenario. Still, the daily jumps were small since last Thursday. I wouldn't say that a franchise is done where the last film collected around 350M outside the USA which is still an impressive number and means that a lot of people WW still care but that this series lost a bit of its appeal in the USA is also a fact (partly due to the mediocre sequels I guess). And it was mentioned in the China forum that the lead change seems to be a factor (there) too. But let's see. Maybe it has decent walk ups or people just wait till Friday/the weekend to see it and its Friday number isn't bad. Most (all?) here are only counting its Thursday sales and they could be way worse than the true Friday.
  11. For sure it's a waste of time here at the moment. That's your opinion, fine, but tastes differ. As to me other movies (also some original ones) are a waste of money and resources. But nobody forces me to see them. E.g. a lot of people said that they want to see at least one good Terminator film after three not so good sequels. Maybe this is this film. Frozen 2 is also a sequel where we don't know yet if it's good or ambitious or if they just want more money after the big success of the first. People will decide.
  12. Not all is wrong what you wrote but that could be said for a lot of other movies and mainly I don't understand why you are rooting against a movie only that a handful of movies who are already or will be super successful become even more successful. Not cool.
  13. It won't become easy. But that was clear from the outset. Even hardcore fans are sceptical. I think it's way too early to know how it will be received WW. It could do very well e.g. in Asia and South America. And this time WOM will help more than it helped T: G. PS: Pure OW in Germany for T: G was 223k admissions (almost no Wednesday previews this time) and it had 807k total admissions. Reports said that the weather in Germany was better than predicted. And because it could have been the last weekend with beautiful and warm weather I guess that many people rescheduled their free time activities. At least I hope that this was the reason.
  14. Some thought the T6 number must be a typo...but unfortunately it's not. The family films did not decrease which speaks against the weather theory but because most other films also lost several 10k admissions it could still be a factor and maybe Mark_G already calculated with lower multipliers for the family films in the first trend. It was today indeed very sunny in most parts of Germany and tomorrow this will continue in Bavaria but in other states it's said to be mixed. At least next weekend is predicted to become way colder and changeable. So maybe Terminator will - like several other films in recent weeks - have good holds.
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