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  1. 1. Overall inflation in the country (from being stable on 3% to 7%) 2. Decision from both exhibitors and studios to upset the decrease on attendance Prior to pandemic the last significant increase came during December 2018 so it was about time but trends made it a bigger jump In particular for NWH it was a slight increase on certain formats and markets made by Sony (same as Disney for Endgame and Toy Story 4) and the obvious preference to see this in IMAX or VIP compared to any other recent blockbuster.
  2. Technically there are no big titles coming up until The Batman comes out but Nightmare Alley is opening next week. Shape of Water neared $300M and had a long prolific run across Jan, Feb and part of March. This one doesn't have the awards buzz but still is Del Toro's property so if Disney doesn't dump it like in DOM then should top $100M+ and marketing is been strong so far.
  3. Nope. USD is shut down unless it gets a re-expansion with some extra footage or content like EG and still would be a stretch.
  4. This is only the third time in the last 25 years that all three crowns belong to different titles. Year MXN / USD / Admissions 2004 - Shrek 2 / Spider-Man / Titanic 2018 - Infinity War / The Avengers / Coco 2022 - No Way Home / Endgame / Toy Story 4
  5. $1,501M according to estimates. Marching towards a $1.545B+ final. Now No. 2 ever in USD and shall pass IW in admissions through this week.
  6. If there's a legendary run for Jim that's Titanic, not Avatar. It barely beat IA3 in lc and fell way below in admissions only for TS3 to surpass it over 40%. Avatar 2 can pull great numbers especially due to 3D and inflation but have a hard time seeing it breaking the lc record and let alone the admissions record. Lightyear should try to top TS3 in admissions and around $1B
  7. Hopefully the most-record holders are an indicator and will be another animation (TS3, Coco) and/or another original (Titanic, Coco). Right now the most likely seems another MCU major crossover.
  8. First to cross (in USD): $10M - Jurassic Park (1994) $20M - Titanic (1998) $30M - Spider-Man (2002) $40M - Ice Age: Dawn of Dinosaurs (2009) $50M, $60M - Toy Story 3 (2010) $70M - Avengers: Endgame (2019)
  9. First to cross (in lc): $100M, $200M - Titanic (1998) $300M - Shrek 2 (2004) $400M, $500M - Ice Age: Dawn of Dinosaurs (2009) $600M, $700M - Toy Story 3 (2010) $800M - Marvel's The Avengers (2012) $900M, $1B, $1.1B - Coco (2017) $1.2B, $1.3B, $1.4B - Avengers: Endgame (2019) $1.5B - Spider-Man: No Way Home (2022) First to cross (in admissions, post 1994) : 10M, 11M - Titanic (1998) 12M, 13M, 14M - Toy Story 3 (2010) 15M - Marvel's The Avengers (2012) 16M - Minions (2015) 17M, 18M, 19M, 20M, 21M, 22M, 23M, 24
  10. I'm just thinking it'll be funny if 1. No Way Home - $1.57B 2. Avengers: Endgame - $1.47B 3. Toy Story 4 - $1.37B
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