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  1. I did that search machine check too, and i think It's probably this Brie Larson is back in the hot seat once again with her remarks, as this time while appearing on Jimmy Kimmel, she remarks she hates cast members in Captain Marvel, The Avengers: Endgame and Kong: Skull Island. https://cosmicbook.news/brie-larson-hates-avengers-captain-marvel-cast So people assume it's Hiddleston because he has veen in two of them, or it's because he used to date Elizabeth Olsen while filming Kong and Olsen doesn't like Brie? Internet is scary. I personally don't think that from all the people out there she would hate Tom, i mean he is friend with Chastain and Watson and they have been way more vocal and active in feminist issues. Unless they have something personal which i didn't see anyway i don't know it just seemed weird.
  2. https://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/la-et-mn-rami-malek-bohemian-rhapsody-oscar-nomination-20190122-story.html Maybe it's only me but they keep on being dishonest about this film, i knew about Singer since his X-men days how come he didn't knew... and after that he just name drops Mercury to save the game..
  3. Ledger's performance is still legendary mostly for what happened to his life, there have been some pretty decent villains but nothing was a huge career changer.
  4. A David Bowie movie would have been amazing, but it needs a very charismatic actor and his son doesn't want this. It's a pity
  5. I enjoyed this movie very much, and the reason was the amazing songs. I will not pretend that i was an Queen fan for years but everybody knew the songs so listening to them all together was huge fun. Other than that it was like reading wikipedia, it jumped from scene to scene, and from song to song without investing in the story. Rami was amazing but it is kind of annoying that he keeps imitating Freddie Mercury even on an awards stage or when he is asked about Singer he answers "it's about Freddie, people love Freddie". People love Freddie and Freddie Mercury was and will always be more than just a movie. There will be more adaptations in the future so i wish they could just stop hidding in his shadow to avoid problems.
  6. I am really bad at this, but I believe it will reach Thor: Ragnarok numbers OS. So around $540M OS and with $450M+ DOM, it will reach $1B easily. Black Panther isn't a known hero, but the hype from the USA always reaches Europe one way or another and maybe China will appreciate the fancy fight scenes.
  7. Rank* Title Monday 1/22 Tuesday 1/23 Wednesday 1/24 Thursday 1/25 1 12 STRONG Warner Bros. 3,002 $1,304,131 -60.5% / $434 $17,119,156 / 4 $1,786,596 +37% / $595 $18,905,752 / 5 N/A N/A 2 JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE Sony / Columbia 3,704 $1,205,916 -76.7% / $326 $317,656,234 / 34 $1,765,503 +46.4% / $477 $319,421,737 / 35 N/A N/A 3 THE POST Fox 2,851 $1,005,254 -61.6% / $353 $45,763,616 / 32 $1,579,172 +57.1% / $554 $47,342,788 / 33 N/A N/A 4 DEN OF THIEVES STX Entertainment 2,432 $1,304,937 -62.9% / $537 $16,511,045 / 4 $1,563,698 +19.8% / $643 $18,074,743 / 5 N/A N/A 5 THE GREATEST SHOWMAN Fox 2,823 $847,839 -68.4% / $300 $113,973,270 / 34 $1,260,119 +48.6% / $446 $115,233,389 / 35 N/A N/A 6 THE COMMUTER Lionsgate 2,892 $533,094 -64.3% / $184 $26,160,465 / 11 $828,216 +55.4% / $286 $26,988,681 / 12 N/A N/A 7 STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI Buena Vista 2,456 $539,120 -69.4% / $220 $604,813,031 / 39 $676,890 +25.6% / $276 $605,489,921 / 40 N/A N/A 8 PADDINGTON 2 Warner Bros. 3,702 $374,768 -83.8% / $101 $25,185,130 / 11 $551,523 +47.2% / $149 $25,736,653 / 12 N/A N/A 9 INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY Universal 2,546 $380,960 -71% / $150 $59,039,280 / 18 $510,815 +34.1% / $201 $59,550,095 / 19 N/A N/A 10 THE SHAPE OF WATER Fox Searchlight 853 $245,846 -59% / $288 $30,441,204 / 53 $502,702 +104.5% / $589 $30,943,906 / 54 N/A N/A 11 PHANTOM THREAD Focus Features 896 $326,150 -60.6% / $364 $6,385,599 / 29 $480,570 +47.3% / $536 $6,866,169 / 30 N/A N/A 12 DARKEST HOUR Focus Features 1,341 $292,970 -51% / $218 $41,085,957 / 62 $447,495 +52.7% / $334 $41,533,452 / 63 N/A N/A - THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI Fox Searchlight 954 $260,097 -44.7% / $273 $32,254,616 / 74 $417,973 +60.7% / $438 $32,672,589 / 75 N/A N/A - I, TONYA Neon 799 $273,317 -62.1% / $342 $14,783,202 / 46 $394,197 +44.2% / $493 $15,177,399 / 47 N/A N/A - PROUD MARY Sony / Screen Gems 2,125 $270,289 -65.7% / $127 $17,120,889 / 11 $360,790 +33.5% / $170 $17,481,679 / 12 N/A N/A - PITCH PERFECT 3 Universal 1,772 $184,180 -73.7% / $104 $100,719,410 / 32 $275,115 +49.4% / $155 $100,994,525 / 33 N/A N/A - MOLLY'S GAME STX Entertainment 1,091 $161,156 -55.4% / $148 $24,441,842 / 29 $226,216 +40.4% / $207 $24,668,058 / 30 N/A N/A - LADY BIRD A24 675 $114,324 -62.8% / $169 $39,167,960 / 81 $185,742 +62.5% / $275 $39,353,702 / 82 N/A N/A - COCO Buena Vista 878 $128,460 -80.4% / $146 $200,855,432 / 62 $167,737 +30.6% / $191 $201,023,169 / 63 N/A N/A - FERDINAND Fox 1,212 $84,194 -85% / $69 $79,256,570 / 39 $119,746 +42.2% / $99 $79,376,316 / 40 N/A N/A - HOSTILES Entertainment Studios 119 $64,876 -53.4% / $545 $1,625,437 / 32 $91,665 +41.3% / $770 $1,717,102 / 33 N/A N/A - WONDER Lionsgate 496 $44,320 -66.1% / $89 $129,935,845 / 67 $63,420 +43.1% / $128 $129,999,265 / 68 N/A N/A - ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD TriStar 374 $39,314 -56.6% / $105 $24,146,293 / 29 $60,092 +52.9% / $161 $24,206,385 / 30 N/A N/A - MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS (2017) Fox 202 $18,087 -57.3% / $90 $102,321,408 / 74 $23,890 +32.1% / $118 $102,345,298 / 75 N/A N/A - THE DISASTER ARTIST A24 147 $21,903 -48.2% / $149 $20,747,937 / 53 $23,274 +6.3% / $158 $20,771,211 / 54 N/A N/A - THOR: RAGNAROK Buena Vista 184 $18,704 -66.5% / $102 $313,451,751 / 81 $22,413 +19.8% / $122 $313,474,164 / 82 N/A N/A - DADDY'S HOME 2 Paramount 183 $12,793 -78% / $70 $103,556,248 / 74 $15,848 +23.9% / $87 $103,572,096 / 75 N/A N/A - JUSTICE LEAGUE Warner Bros. 151 $9,903 -69.1% / $66 $227,712,082 / 67 $11,402 +15.1% / $76 $227,723,484 / 68 N/A N/A - DOWNSIZING Paramount 134 $7,088 -60% / $53 $24,321,434 / 32 $10,418 +47% / $78 $24,331,852 / 33 N/A N/A - THE FLORIDA PROJECT A24 37 $7,119 -42.7% / $192 $5,578,810 / 109 $8,187 +15% / $221 $5,586,997 / 110 N/A N/A - CONDORITO: LA PELICULA Lionsgate 134 $4,240 -86.6% / $32 $404,700 / 11 $6,249 +47.4% / $47 $410,949 / 12 N/A N/A - BLADE RUNNER 2049 Warner Bros. 124 $4,012 -63.1% / $32 $92,005,220 / 109 $4,912 +22.4% / $40 $92,010,132 / 110 N/A N/A - FATHER FIGURES Warner Bros. 96 $1,984 -76.4% / $21 $17,390,334 / 32 $3,797 +91.4% / $40 $17,394,131 / 33 N/A N/A - PARCHI Atlas Distribution 7 $819 -82.8% / $117 $60,396 / 11 $1,442 +76.1% / $206 $61,838 / 12 N/A N/A - THE MAN WHO INVENTED CHRISTMAS Bleecker Street 8 $257 -10.8% / $32 $5,675,791 / 62 $290 +12.8% / $36 $5,676,081 / 63 N/A N/A - SAME KIND OF DIFFERENT AS ME Pure Flix - $164 -68.6% / $18 $6,421,798 / 95 N/A N/A N/A
  8. Exhibitor Relations‏ @ERCboxoffice More THE LAST JEDI scored $64M overseas this weekend, which includes the underwhelming debut of $28.7M in China. 6:47 PM - 7 Jan 2018 https://twitter.com/ERCboxoffice/status/950031054336749570
  9. Hermia

    Wednesday Numbers: TLJ $5.1 million

    Daily Domestic Chart for Wednesday January 3rd, 2018 ← Previous Chart Chart Index Movie Distributor Gross Change Thtrs. Per Thtr. Total Gross Days 1 (1) Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Sony Pictures $6,918,854 -32% 3,765 $1,838 $202,350,752 15 2 (2) Star Wars Ep. VIII: The Las… Walt Disney $5,225,332 -34% 4,232 $1,235 $544,613,735 20 3 (3) The Greatest Showman 20th Century Fox $2,627,249 -28% 3,316 $792 $60,721,504 15 4 (4) Pitch Perfect 3 Universal $2,265,195 -33% 3,468 $653 $73,828,655 13 5 (5) Ferdinand 20th Century Fox $1,725,595 -32% 3,337 $517 $61,268,677 20 6 (6) Coco Walt Disney $1,246,854 -28% 2,104 $593 $185,443,211 43 7 (8) Darkest Hour Focus Features $778,545 -17% 943 $826 $21,372,667 43 8 (7) All the Money in the World Sony Pictures $703,807 -25% 2,074 $339 $15,987,175 10 9 (9) Downsizing Paramount Pictures $632,255 -31% 2,664 $237 $20,251,632 13 10 (12) The Shape of Water Fox Searchlight $558,932 -16% 756 $739 $18,085,313 34 11 (11) Father Figures Warner Bros. $467,119 -32% 2,902 $161 $15,188,848 13
  10. Hermia

    Wednesday Numbers: TLJ $5.1 million

    Daily Domestic Chart for Wednesday January 3rd, 2018 ← Previous Chart Chart Index Movie Distributor Gross Change Thtrs. Per Thtr. Total Gross Days - (2) Star Wars Ep. VIII: The Las… Walt Disney $5,100,000 -35% 4,232 $1,205 $544,488,403 20 - (4) Pitch Perfect 3 Universal $2,265,195 -33% 3,468 $653 $73,828,655 13 - (8) Darkest Hour Focus Features $778,545 -17% 943 $826 $21,372,667 43 - (9) Downsizing Paramount Pictures $632,255 -31% 2,664 $237 $20,251,632 13 - (11) Father Figures Warner Bros. $467,119 -32% 2,902 $161 $15,188,848 13 - (13) Molly’s Game STX Entertainment $357,125 -15% 271 $1,318 $6,913,420 10 - (14) Lady Bird A24 $235,613 -5% 392 $601 $32,351,107 62 - (15) Justice League Warner Bros. $178,230 -28% 1,215 $147 $226,339,162 48 - (-) The Disaster Artist A24 $175,593 -15% 507 $346 $18,552,297 34 - (-) Daddy’s Home 2 Paramount Pictures $121,691 -30% 1,073 $113 $102,367,444 55 - (-) Phantom Thread Focus Features $37,910 -3% 4 $9,478 $681,415 10 - (-) A Bad Moms Christmas STX Entertainment $20,357 -9% 214 $95 $71,978,678 64 - (-) The Florida Project A24 $12,443 -5% 33 $377 $5,338,857 90 - (-) Blade Runner 2049 Warner Bros. $11,173 +23% 75 $149 $91,691,337 90 - (-) Geostorm Warner Bros. $8,901 -19% 110 $81 $33,620,034 76 - (-) Hostiles Entertainment Studi… $7,732 -10% 5 $1,546 $118,111 13 - (-) Victoria and Abdul Focus Features $2,440 -13% 23 $106 $22,242,380 104 - (-) Marshall Open Road $1,079 -26% 50 $22 $9,473,687 83 Our box office charts are compiled from data provided to us by distributors. To be included on our charts, please send reports to bodata@the-numbers.com.
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    Wednesday Numbers: TLJ $5.1 million

    I think Solo will not do well but i don't see it as a sign of SW fatigue. I personally liked TLJ but have no interest so far in watching Solo. People who care about Star Wars will not accept Han not being Ford and falling in love with another woman than Leia, for the others it will be the 4th Star Wars movie in a row...not even close to an event movie.
  12. I aready said the greatest acting compared only to the all the other SW movies, i honestly can't remember Hamill being better in any other SW movie. Adam Driver and Oscar Isaac are great actors in and outside Star Wars. Driver is really amazing t in that "proposal scene". Ridley and Boyega both give a very honest performance. It's not like the other SW movies were renown for their acting, i think TLJ takes the crown easily.
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