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  1. $359M for Demon Slayer as of today (only in 5 markets). It will overtake Tenet ($362,6M) by tomorrow or Tuesday to become the 4th highest grossing film at the global box office in 2020. Unbelievable.
  2. Charlie Jat, you who is an expert in India, could you make a top 10 of the biggest successes in India (admissions and gross) ?
  3. some links to follow the box office around the world : Latin America : Argentina/Brazil/Bolivia/Chile/Paraguay/Peru/Uruguay : https://www.exhibidorlatino.com/rankings.html Mexico : http://canacine.org.mx Venezuela : cdlasilusiones on Instagram Oceania : Australia/New Zealand : numeroboxoffice on Twitter Europe : https://lumiere.obs.coe.int/web/search/ Austria : http://www.filminstitut.at/ Bulgaria/Germany/Finland/France/Greece/United Kingdom/Italia/Netherlands/Norway/Poland/Portugal/Russia/Switzerland/Slovakia/Spain/Czech Republic/Turkey/Ukraine/Hungary : https://www.insidekino.de Asia : China/South Korea/Japan : https://www.insidekino.de India : Ask Charlie Jatinder Africa : Nigeria : https://ceanigeria.com/box-office Others links : http://www.jpbox-office.com https://web.ultracine.com http://english.entgroup.cn/index.aspx http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr/eng/main/main.jsp http://www.worldofkj.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=12 ... If anyone has other links for other countries that I don't know, say so
  4. Does anyone know if on mojo box office the revenues from cyprus are included to greece or some other country ?
  5. French cinemas will not reopen on January 7, 2021 as planned, it is once again postponed.
  6. What are the odds that Demon Slayer will surpass Tenet ($362M) only in Japan ?
  7. Very interesting your graphic, thanks for that. But I have a question, in Australia GWTW would have done 40,824,637 admissions. Australia had only 7 million inhabitants in 1940. It was as if the entire Australian population had watched the film almost 6 times at the time. Do you really think these numbers are real ?
  8. Do you know how they got that number ? They just used inflation and divided by the price of the ticket. Inflation fluctuates continuously, this is the least accurate and reliable way to calculate this. There is a margin of error which can be counted in tens of millions of admissions.
  9. Crocodile Dundee was a real phenomenon in Australia. Do you think that one day a film will exceed 10 million admissions here ?
  10. I don't trust Gone with the Wind numbers, they are skewed across the world. In the United States GWTW would have made 202 million admissions while the country had only 130 millions of inhabitants, similar to the United Kingdom where the film would have made more than 35 million admissions and I have plenty of examples like this (Australia, ...). It's rubbish and you shouldn't trust these numbers.
  11. I would like to know something, in France the most viewed film in relation to the number of inhabitants is Titanic (21,774,181 admissions / 59,9M people = 36.35% of the population saw this movie in 1998). What is the most viewed film in your country in relation to the number of inhabitants of the country in the year this film was released ? And which is the country with the film having the most spectators in relation to its number of inhabitants ? (I think it's probably the United States with Star Wars IV but I'm not sure)
  12. little advice : don't look at it And yes it is the only French film with more than 20 million admissions and the second film with titanic (22 million admissions) with more than 20 million admissions and behind there is Intouchable with 19.5 million admissions (him you can watch it it's one of the best French movies)
  13. yes absolutely, I am French and I saw this film. It's a stupid comedy and it's a bad movie I'll never understand why it made 20 million admissions here
  14. Charlie Jat, the $400M seems tough but the $350M seems achievable, right ?
  15. Maybe because most DC movies suck and the Japanese are more attached to characters like Spiderman or Thor rather than Shazam or Wonder Woman.
  16. $35M-$40M lifetime is more than the OW you predicted last week. In addition to a disinterest in the film, the movie sucks and the reviews are bad. Another DC Comics film to forget and forgettable like sucide squads or shazam ... . Luckily Marvel and movies like Shang Chi, Eternals, and Black Widow will catch up in 2021.
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