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  1. Because $359 is the official number. If you look inside the weekly, you will even see totals higher than $359. They don't realize the money until the end of the run, so it is subject to exchange rates during the run. You will find the number to be exactly the same as the final number presented at entgroup.
  2. I suspect it would only need $110m at most. The rest of the world still has enough left to push the total - China to $490m+.
  3. Thanks ZeeSoh. Haven't been on the site in a while and I remember presales always being talked about in this thread as well. It makes sense that a new thread was made for that purpose. Will check it out. Thanks again.
  4. No guesses on Ant-Man and the Wasp? What are presales like?
  5. Any projection on what Ant-Man and the Wasp will finish with? Will it make more than the $105m USD the first one made?
  6. That looks to be using the same source/rate fluctuation as entgroup as the English numbers have dropped there on a daily basis. Here's what english.entgroup looked like on June 7th: AIW = $359.58 https://web.archive.org/web/20180607165749/http://english.entgroup.cn/boxoffice/cn/daily/ Here's what the same date looks like today. AIW = $347.64 http://english.entgroup.cn/boxoffice/cn/daily/?date=06 /07 /2018 Unfortunately the wayback machine didn't archive very many more dates. The last day in the top 10 (6/28), the site shows the USD total at $359.90.
  7. Yeah, well it's pretty much dead everywhere else. And We are talking about beating $890.9, not tying, so I was basing on the movie ending at $760m in all territories (other than China). It's having a little better staying power than expected in the US, the $131m (I guesstimated the figure 5 weeks ago) number might have a swing by as much as $3.5m, so lets say $127.5m needed from China at the low end.
  8. No it can't. I recon it would need China gross to equal $231m USD.
  9. I see now on his twitter site. There seems to be some discrepancy. He did certainly post the 717.6m number on here for his Thur number, but then said something totally different on his twitter feed for the 14th day. I'm at a loss.
  10. From Gavin on Thur: Homecoming - 6.15m / 717.6m (posted in this thread) Thursday was at $108m. http://www.cbooo.cn/movieday confirms those numbers are from Thursday (2017-09-21) $110.8m (the $110m figure I was talking about) is not far off of $111m. Those numbers are Friday. My question is, that if you know the numbers are from Friday, why are you saying the number is off by millions when you know the-numbers numbers are from Thursday?
  11. When I convert 717.6 I get $108.8m so it's hardly a "few million". But it's also a matter of what sitr they are getting their numbers from. Sometimes there can be significant variation from the main sites in China. Some sites are considered more reliable than others at times. An it also matters what the exact number they are using as the exchange rate is (people here use what's quickly available, which might not be the most acurate).
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