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Ezen Baklattan

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  1. It's very much a movie that needed strong reviews and buzz to break out of its niche, (which it doesn't have) and opening right between Dune/Dispatch and Eternals isn't going to do it any favors.
  2. 007: NO TIME TO DIE Date Showings Sold Capaity % Sold 10/7/2021 18 480 1,860 25.81% 10/8/2021 28 826 3,078 26.84% Numbers overall are....2.5% ahead of where Venom was here. After Many Saints of Newark freakishly overindexed here last weekend, I think it's definitely a market that favors more adult oriented films. Interesting that it sold as many as venom with a bit over half the showtimes and 60% of the c
  3. The Addams Family 2 Tracking Date Showtime Date Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats % Sold 9/29/2021 9/30/2021 0 9 (+50%) 21 (+17%) 613 (+29%) 3.43% 9/29/2021 10/1/2021 0
  4. The Addams Family 2 Tracking Date Showtime Date Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats % Sold 9/28/2021 9/30/2021 0 6 18 474 3.80% 9/28/2021 10/1/2021 0 9 90 697 12.91%
  5. True, but give it Heights' IM and that barely puts it over $9m. I do think it has a higher Thursday share of its Friday (the Thursday opening wasn't well promoted for Heights) but also lower drops on Saturday. Best Case Scenario: 4 + 3.8 + 2.7 = $10.5m Worst Case Scenario: 3 + 2.7 + 1.8 = $7.5m I think it'll fall in the middle and we see a $9m opening.
  6. Dear Evan Hansen Tracking Date Showtime Date Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats % Sold 9/22/2021 9/24/2021 0 6 52 541 9.61% 9/22/2021 9/24/2021 0 15 161 1439 11.19% I'm back! Will probably focus on week of tracking to keep my own workload as light as possible. These numbers are at about 63% of what ITH managed
  7. Winner Tallies: Nominee Tallies: For an google sheets link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19XUN6RBlaYx4S5tX593lIjtl6yPKo-FFMAKBRU53LOE/edit?usp=sharing
  8. Hemsworth: So...where were we all night? Evans: Not even a bit? Pine: Which of us is the best Chris? Another voice: I am! It's Chris Rock! He walks out holding a golden envelope to massive cheers. He does a bit of standup. Rock: We've seen a lot happen tonight, just as we've seen a LOT of good stuff at the theater this year, so let's not delay any further. Here are the nominees for Best Picture. THE BRONX IS BURNING EVERYTHING I NEVER TOLD YOU LEARNING TO CARE SANDBOY WORLD OF TROUBLE
  9. Goldshifteh Farahani arrives. Farahani: Before furry twitter gets a hold of me, I'm proud to honor the five men who gave exceptional, vulnerable performances that rocked our screens this year. Here are the nominees for Best Actor. Bobby Cannavale (The Bronx is Burning) Alden Ehrenreich (World of Trouble) Michael B. Jordan (The Bronx is Burning) Nick Robinson (Learning to Care) Daniel Wu (Everything I Never Told You) Farahani: And the Oscar goes to...
  10. Last year's winner of Best Director, Marielle Heller. Heller: It's late, and I think we can afford to spare the cutesy introductions. Here are the nominees for Best Director. Jason Bateman (World of Trouble) Debra Granik (The Space Between Trees) Martin Scorsese (The Bronx is Burning) Behn Zeitlin (Sandboy) Chloe Zhao (Everything I Never Told You) Heller: And the Oscar goes to...
  11. Last year's winner of Best Actor, Tituss Burges! Burgess: Turmoil. Hope. Rage. Euphoria. Wanderlust. Passion. Emotion is core to every performance, and the women in this category provide immeasurable range that set them apart. Here are the fabulous nominees for Best Actress. Awkwafina (Returning From Hell) Elizabeth Debicki (Holland Hannah) Olivia DeJonge (The Space Between Trees) Katherine Waterson (The World That We Knew) Michelle Williams (Everything I Never Told You) Burgess: And the Oscar goes to
  12. Aaron Taylor Johnson and Catherine Keener come on stage. Johnson: Film is a team sport. Keener: If you've seen as much as we have, you know you need a good and supportive pack of thieves to stand by you. Johnson: And that's just what these five do. Keener: Here are the nominees for Best Ensemble. The Bronx is Burning The Last Airbender: The Boy in the Iceberg Learning to Care Olive’s Hallowed Eve Strangers in the Town Johnson: They did better than us, I think. Keener: We keep that to ourselves, Aaron. The winner is...
  13. *Hedges storms off.* Hackman: I know I'm not Ben Platt. I'm just trying to get inside Lucas's head. I'll present the nominees for Best Original Score. Patrick Doyle (Sins of their Fathers) Woody Jackson (Strangers in the Town) Dario Marianelli (The Last Airbender: The Boy in the Iceberg) Laurent Perez Del Mar (Everything We Miss) Dan Romer and Behn Zeitlin (Sandboy) Hackman: The Oscar goes to...
  14. The announcer introduces Lucas Hedges and Ben Platt. Hedges is there, but Platt is quite obviously legendary actor Gene Hackman. Hackman: I'm in high school. Hedges: It's been a long night, Ben. Hackman: I love you, Zoe! Hedges: Please stop. Who's writing this dialogue? Hackman: My dad is a great producer! I loved The Trial of the Chicago 7! Hedges: Why don't I just present Best Original Score now? “Bright Magic” (Olive’s Hallowed Eve) “Flightless Bird” (Flightless Bird: The Downfall of the Boeing 737 MAX) "How to Care" (Learning to Ca
  15. Flightless Bird is the final song of the night. Sting performs it on guitar. It is dedicated to those who lost their lives due to Boeing's negligence. Commercial break because it would be weird to follow that with Eric Andre, Lil Rel Howery, and Tiffany Haddish. All are wearing ridiculous, camp sci-fi costumes. Haddish: We're here to blow the mind. Howery: We're here to make you see werid stuff. Andre: We're here to show you. SAND. *They do weird stuff with bizarre sound and light effects.* Andre: And all of those...were visual effects.
  16. Now for two of the stars of Olive's Hallowed Eve, Ted Danson and Jake Gyllenhaal. Gyllenhaal: It's been said that we both gave delightfully cartoonish performances. Danson: Yeah, like we're animated. Gyllenhaal: No. We're people. Danson: Have some real animation! Don't try to paint us as what we're not! Gyllenhaal: Here are the nominees for Best Animated Feature. Everything We Miss Funny Business The Un-Title-Able Squirrel Girl Sequel Danson: And the winner is...
  17. Introducing Carey Mulligan! Mulligan: From live action CGI to straight up live action for a bit, to bursting off the screen in an animated world, these voice performances truly exemplify what's possible in our craft. Here are the nominees for Best Leading Voice Performance. Sean Giambrone (New Tricks) Anna Kendrick (The Un-Title-Able Squirrel Girl Sequel) George MacKay (Everything We Miss) Raven Symone (Up in the Sky) Zendaya (Olive's Hallowed Eve) Mulligan: And the Oscar goes to...
  18. Lyonne: ...why are we still up here. Mikkelsen: I have another envelope. Lyonne: God damnit. Mikkelsen: I'll make it quick, here are the nominees for Best Makeup & Hairstyling. Heartman The Last Airbender: The Boy in the Iceberg The Lost Empire Mass Effect: Revelation Olive’s Hollowed Eve Lyonne: The Oscar goes to...
  19. David Byrne, accompanied by his American Utopia band and Ted Danson, perform a unique rendition of the fourth nominee for Best Original Song, I Don't Hate Everything. Mads Mikkelsen and Natasha Lyonne follow the act. Lyonne: Costumes. Gotta love em. Mikkelsen: You don't have more of a bit? Lyonne: I'm a busy woman. Mikkelsen: I don't think you write these. Lyonne: Someone's trying to sabotage me. I don't beleive it. Mikkelsen: Let's cut this banter. You can go right to the award. Lyonne: Thanks for the save. Here are the nominees for Best C
  20. Please welcome to the stage, Benicio Del Toro! Del Toro: A mysterious classmate obsessed with the darkness, a headstrong sister desparate to survive the end, a kindhearted caretaker exploring themselves, a starship captain with an ominous agenda, and a lesbian video game avatar. These are the five nominees for Best Supporting Actress. Olivia Colman (Sins of their Fathers) Kaitlyn Dever (World of Trouble) Brigette Lundy-Paine (Learning to Care) Diana Silvers (The Space Between Trees) Tilda Swinton (Wii Fit)
  21. Introducing two legendary actors, Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro. They do a bit where it feels like they're represing their roles from Heat. It's hard to pick up everything. Everyone just kind of plays along with it. Eventually, DeNiro breaks things up. DeNiro: Okay, we should probably focus. Here are the nominees for Best Use of Action. Castaways Far Cry Holland Hannah The Last Airbender: The Boy in the Iceberg Mass Effect: Revelation DeNiro: The Oscar goes to.... *Pacino swipes the envelope and says the winner*
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