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  1. Football has always been bigger than cricket, mainly because a lot of the clubs have working class backgrounds. That and it's so accessible to actually play the game
  2. I'm not shocked about Peter Rabbit at all, the first one was bigger than both Paddington films.
  3. Half term throwing good holds to Peter Rabbit and Cruella. A little disappointed with the Quiet Place opening NGL.
  4. I don't know anybody that was a fan of that movie. I'm feeling it dropping 50% across the board.
  5. So, what you're saying, is that it's the same as every other summer holiday ever?
  6. https://www.screendaily.com/news/peter-rabbit-2-holds-uk-box-office-crown-as-cruella-opens-third/5160149.article Not surprised that Peter Rabbit kept hold of number 1, this week will be the big win for that. Demon Slayer definitely could have done better over the weekend.
  7. Was at Bluewater yesterday with a friend, evening shows were packed for Cruella, Conjuring, Demon Slayer, Spiral and Peter Rabbit (?!). Just looked at my local cineworld as well, when A Quiet Place opens next weekend, they're bringing back the post 9pm shows for the first time in over a year as well. Trying to keep expectations in check, but it looks pretty good right now for the summer.
  8. Cineworld definitely botching the Demon Slayer release at my local cinema. No standard 2D shows for the subtitled version, and no extra screens being added when the evening shows are sold out today and tomorrow, and Friday doesn't even have one. They're pissing money away here.
  9. Depends on the weekend. For a weekend where nothing big has come out for 3 weeks it's definitely matching pre-pandemic levels
  10. Considering the market was propped up by films also released on demand such as GvK, Nomadland and Mortal Kombat, all of which were being priced lower than new release films, it's a good start.
  11. I'm not complaining if the Unholy has a big screen drop, that was weak haha
  12. It seems to be doing well for the mid week shows starting tomorrow, but it loses a good chunk of its PLF shows come the weekend. But yeah, £1m definitely seems doable, will definitely be the biggest modern anime.
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