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  1. Birds of Prey (opening day - 6/2/20) Albany Event Cinemas, New Zealand. 10 days before release 11:00am VMAX 5/185 1:30pm VMAX 4/185 4:05pm VMAX 4/185 6:25pm GC 6/40 6:40pm VMAX 6/185 9:00pm GC 2/40 9:15pm VMAX 4/185 Total: 31/1005 (3.08%) No point doing comps as the only 10 day comps I have are Frozen II and TROS both of which sold a bunch more than BOP has at this point. 3 day comp to Joker should be good in about a weeks time.
  2. Birds of Prey (opening day - 6/2/20) Albany Event Cinemas, New Zealand. 10 days before release 11:00am VMAX 5/185 1:30pm VMAX 4/185 4:05pm VMAX 4/185 6:25pm GC 6/40 6:40pm VMAX 6/185 9:00pm GC 2/40 9:15pm VMAX 4/185 Total: 31/1005 (3.08%) No point doing comps as the only 10 day comps I have are Frozen II and TROS both of which sold a bunch more than BOP has at this point. 3 day comp to Joker should be good in about a weeks time.
  3. 1. Mulan 2. Tenet 3. Dune 4. Soul 5. Eternals 6. Raya and the Last Dragon 7. Wonder Woman 1984 8. Jungle Cruise 9. Black Widow 10. Onward
  4. https://twitter.com/neonrated/status/1219101983199526914?s=20 Cast won the SAG, hopefully will win best picture at the Oscars.
  5. 2021 big releases guessing for fun and probably overly optimistic (OW/Dom/WW) Shang Chi - 140/400/1.1B Fast 10 - 80/200/950 Doctor Strange - 175/420/1B John Wick 4 - 75/180/440 Cruella - 68/200/520 Jurassic World 3 - 130/320/1B The Batman - 180/500/1.2B Spider-Man 3 - 200/550/1.3B Indiana Jones 5 165/420/1.1B Mission Impossible 7 - 130/400/1B The Suicide Squad - 100/240/700 The Little Mermaid - 160/500/1.2B Thor 4 - 200/580/1.4B Avatar 2 - 150/480/1.7B
  6. Not really a fan of modern horror but glad you gave It Follows a shout out, that film was so great. I’d probably only have A Quiet Place, Train to Busan and Get Out (if you can count that as horror) from this decade to make a top 4. I’m much more of a fan on Horror that builds up tension over time like Jaws, 28 Days Later or even Jurassic Park rather than the modern horror films like paranormal activity that I feel to heavily rely on jump scares. In that sense I think I need to watch your top recommendation as the premise of privacy has always been interesting and I’d be intrigued to see how it done in a horror film. Thanks for the read.
  7. I really have no idea, around $300m OS sounds right. Although people for the most part seemed to like Margot’s Harley in Suicide Squad from what I can remember, or maybe people have soured too much from Suicide Squad and don’t want another film that is similar to it. With the way DC movies have there ups and downs neither a breakout nor a disappointment would truly surprise me, with that being said I’d prefer the film to perform well as I think this year is already going to be rough enough compared to previous years for the Worldwide box office.
  8. Sales are very slow here in NZ so far for opening day, but hopefully it picks up and sells some a bunch more tickets in the next couple of weeks. Birds of Prey (opening day - 6/2/20) Albany Event Cinemas, New Zealand. 11:00am VMAX 5/185 1:30pm VMAX 4/185 4:05pm VMAX 4/185 6:25pm GC 4/40 6:40pm VMAX 6/185 9:00pm GC 2/40 9:15pm VMAX 4/185 Total: 29/1005 (2.89%)
  9. With sales starting in some international markets decided it was time to make this thread, hopefully there isn’t already one existing that I’ve missed. How does everyone thinks this will do OS and WW?
  10. 1. Mulan 2. Tenet 3. Dune 4. Soul 5. Eternals 6. Raya and the Last Dragon 7. Wonder Woman 1984 8. Jungle Cruise 9. Black Widow 10. Onward
  11. 1. Mulan 2. Tenet 3. Dune 4. Soul 5. Eternals 6. Raya and the Last Dragon 7. Wonder Woman 1984 8. Jungle Cruise 9. Black Widow 10. Onward
  12. 1. Mulan 2. Tenet 3. Dune 4. Soul 5. Eternals 6. Raya and the Last Dragon 7. Wonder Woman 1984 8. Jungle Cruise 9. Black Widow 10. Onward
  13. Added a couple of Amazon flicks I forgot about (I think both got theatrical releases) in The Report and One Child Nation. One Child Nation in particular was the best documentary I saw in theatres this year and was lucky enough to see it a little early as they showed it at NZIFF.
  14. My top 30 but this is off the top of my head so may have missed some. Parasite Ford v Ferrari Knives Out Toy Story 4 JoJo Rabbit Weathering With You Marriage Story The Farewell Frozen II Extreme Job Aladdin Shadow Avengers Endgame The Wandering Earth Klaus One Child Nation Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker The Lion King Shazam The Report Captain Marvel Once Upon a Time in Hollywood John Wick 3 Dora and the Lost City of Gold Ready or Not Detective Pikachu Dumbo Spider-Man: Far From Home Glass Alita: Battle Angel Us Joker
  15. 3x legs of the worldwide opening weekend (yes I know it opened on Wednesday in some places) takes its to a little over $1.1B which I think is likely towards the high end given the mixed word of mouth. I’d say right around $1B is what the film will end up at but we doing really know til we start getting an idea of how the film will hold.
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