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  1. Latin America is a very dynamic region with expanding audience and grosses in local currency. Sadly due to shrinking exchange rates, the gross in US$ is lower in 2015 than in previous years. For box office purposes, it comprises the following markets: Mexico Central America and some of the biggest Caribbean islands (usually reported as Panama) Trinidad, Suriname and smaller Caribbean islands (usually reported as Trinidad) Colombia Venezuela Ecuador Brazil Peru Bolivia Argentina Chile Uruguay Paraguay In 2015, Mexico (US$0.9B), Brazil (US$0.8B), Venezuela (US$0.3B) and Argentina (US$0.2B) were the Top 4 in terms of US$ gross. Since it's hard to find details for the whole area, decided to open this thread to ask for help, gather numbers and find out which are the best grossing and most viewed movies in Latin America, as well as potential forecasts. Any other info exchange is welcome.
  2. I'm a new moderator of this thread started in 2012 by ajde If you want to know how Poland Box Office works, first you have to know that the history of box office here has 4 phases: 1) before WW2 - no numbers, no data - the country was new, just from 1918 as a sovereign nation; 2) just after the 2nd World War (1945-1949) - data are only from local, USSR and Czechoslovakia movies (but movies from other countries were in cinemas); 3) from 1950-1989 - time under Soviet power, cinema was one of the best entertainment here and maybe only one place when people can see what's behind Iron Curtin - movies from RFN, France or the USA were postponed about 2 years but most of them were distributed here. In TV we had only one then two channels with propaganda from the government and that's it. That is why during that time in some years adm. of the year was like over 7 times bigger than population! 4) modern era after 1989 year - 1989 year was a year of political changes, first democratic elections and change from socialism to capitalism, in that year cinemas were more empty because of strikes etc. and cinemas started to became private rather than government's, TV was free from propaganda and some new channels were added. That's why people started to spend time in homes more often.
  3. In Wednesday thread, Rth liked the comment saying $7m for thursday after he posted a riddle. That would be a 14% increase.
  4. Stallone reached peak after Rocky 4 release he was the top most actor with 2 300m grossers in same year! Not a easy task then but surprisingly both grossed 300m with few thousand dollars apart! Rocky 4 grossed 127m Dom and 173 OS! This was Stallone's top grossing movie in Japan with ‎¥4.75 billion ($30.5 million) until Cliffhanger which was no 1 movie of 1994 in Japan with a gross of ‎¥6.40 billion ($ 62.1 million). Rocky 4 had marginal increase in its Dom gross compared to Rocky 3(125m) whereas its OS gross had good increase compared to rocky 3 which grossed 145m! Rocky 4 was when downtrend of rocky series began! Discuss
  5. Released during summer of 1985 and Stallone was on the verge of being the no 1 star a few months later after this with Rocky 4 due for release! Pretty sure the first one was very well received which led to huge increase in its domestic gross more than 3 times of 47M grossed by First Blood. Whereas OS had comparatively lesser than 2x increase with 78M for the first and 150 for the 2nd one! Discuss!
  6. As someone who is in and loves the field of marketing, I'm always on the offensive or defensive when we talk about it. I decided to create a thread where we can discuss movie marketing and studio campaigns. What does BOT think about X movie's marketing, what is a good or bad campaign to you, and what do you expect them to do? What movies lived and died on their campaigns and what was effective or ineffective? Being on BOF since the beginning, I have seen many discussions over time and feel many here see a movie as having bad marketing just because it had 2 trailers instead of 3 or because they started pressing the campaign 1 1/2 months before release instead of 4. I feel too much emphasis is put in trailer views (TV spots get more eyes), and I feel we judge things like posters or images too hard, when the GA really doesn't care. And I feel there is a bias against Sony and Fox here, mainly because they don't have the franchises that WB and Disney do. Universal was in the same boat until Jurassic, Fast, Shades, and DM exploded, now Universal is everyone's fav. Deadpool imo had one of the best campaigns this decade but it was mocked until OW, or at least until the high tracking. Before release, SKLPOOPL and Fox's other meta tactics were laughed at here, then after release it was seen as genius. So why? We always talk about marketing, but really only in respective movie threads. So I'm creating this so we can have a thread dedicated to everything movie marketing.
  7. Please move this if it isn't in the right section....I can't find a thread for everyones Summer movie predictions. Here's a list of the films being released this summer and the view count for their most viewed trailers on Youtube, as of May 3 Suicide Squad 66,000,000 Captain America: Civil War 63,100,000 X-Men: Apocalypse 48,500,000 Ghostbusters 30,300,000 The Angry Birds Movie 26,000,000 Finding Dory 22,700,000 The Legend of Tarzan 22,300,000 TMNT: Out of the Shadows 22,000,000 Independence Day: Resurgence 21,100,000 Warcraft 19,600,000 The Secret Life of Pets 17,200,000 Star Trek Beyond 14,700,000 Sausage Party 13,700,000 Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising 13,700,000 Now You See Me 2 11,400,000 The Conjuring 2 11,100,000 Central Intelligence 8,200,000 The BFG 7,500,000 Me Before You 7,000,000 Jason Bourne 6,700,000 Ice Age Collision Course 6,200,000 The Nice Guys 4,600,000 Alice Through the Looking Glass 4,000,000 Popstar Never Stop Stopping 3,100,000 Purge Election Year 2,400,000 The Shallows 3,900,000 Lights Out 3,400,000 Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates 3,100,000
  8. ____________________ HORROR 2015 ______________ Horror 2014 Horror 2013 Horror 2012 The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death Release Date: January 2nd, 2015 Opening Weekend: $15,027,415 Domestic Total: $26,500,000 Worldwide Total: $37,000,000 The Lazarus Effect Release Date: February 20th, 2015 Opening Weekend: $10,600,000 Domestic Total: $25,800,000 Worldwide Total: $36,100,000 It Follows Release Date: March 13th, 2015 Opening Weekend: $160,000 Domestic Total: $14,500,000 Worldwide Total: $16,500,000 Unfriended Release Date: April 10th, 2015 Opening Weekend: $15,800,000 Domestic Total: $32,500,000 Worldwide Total: $58,400,000 Poltergeist 3D Release Date: May 22nd, 2015 Opening Weekend: $22,600,000 Domestic Total: $47,400,000 Worldwide Total: $95,800,000 Insidious Chapter 3 Release Date: June 5th, 2015 Opening Weekend: $22,700,000 Domestic Total: $52,000,000 Worldwide Total: $117,500,000 The Gallows Release Date: July 10th, 2015 Opening Weekend: $9,800,000 Domestic Total: $22,500,000 Worldwide Total: $38,000,000 Sinister 2 Release Date: August 24th, 2015 Opening Weekend: $10,500,000 Domestic Total: $27,300,000 Worldwide Total: $32,300,000 The Visit Release Date: September 11th, 2015 Opening Weekend: $25,400,000 Domestic Total: $65,000,000 Worldwide Total: $97,000,000 The Green Inferno Release Date: September 25th, 2015 Opening Weekend: $3,500,000 Domestic Total: $7,200,000 Worldwide Total: $8,500,000 Crimson Peak Release Date: October 16th, 2015 Opening Weekend: $13,100,000 Domestic Total: $31,000,000 Worldwide Total: $74,000,000 Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension Release Date: October 23rd, 2015 Opening Weekend: $8,200,000 Domestic Total: $18,200,000 Worldwide Total: $77,700,000 Krampus Release Date: December 4th, 2015 Opening Weekend: $16,200,000Domestic Total: $16,200,000Worldwide Total: $19,200,000 Limited/Platform Releases: Voices February 2nd Clown March 2nd Hayride 2 (March 6th) Spring (March 20th) Nightlight (March 27th) The Vatican Tapes (May 22nd) Out of the Dark (May 22nd) The Human Centipede 3 (May 22nd) We Are Still Here (June 5th) The Stranger (June 12th) Knock Knock (June 26th) Exeter/Asylum (July2nd) Creep (July14th) The Hallow (IFC) The Final Girls Tales of Halloween Curve (Digital) The Vatican Tapes (Digital) Visions (Digital) Kristy (Netflix) The Curse of Downders Grove (Digital) 2016 The Forest - January 8th, 2016 The Boy - January 22nd, 2016 Lights Out - January 29th, 2016 Viral - February 19th, 2016 The Witch - February 26th, 2016 The Other Side of the Door - March 11th Disappointments Room - March 22nd Rings - April 1st, 2016 Before I Wake - April 8th, 2016 Amityville: The Awakening - April 15th The Darkness - May 13th, 2016 The Conjuring 2 - June 10th, 2016 The Shallows - June 24th, 2016 The Purge 3 - July 1st, 2016 A Man In The Dark - August 26th, 2016 Patient Zero - September 2nd, 2016 Untitled NewLine - September 9th, 2016 A Cure For Wellness - September 23rd Delirium - September 30th, 2016 Ouija 2 - October 21st, 2016 Underworld 5 - October 21st, 2016 Untitled Lionsgate - October 28th, 2016 The Strangers 2 - December 2nd, 2016 Limited: Martyrs - January 16th, 2016 In Development Halloween Returns Leatherface The Neon Demon The Wolves at the Door Incarnate The Bringing Sony IT (NewLine) The Grudge Sony Transference Dimension I Know What You Did Last Summer Sony Shannon/Swift In Development Pet Semetary In Development The Birds In Development Sleepaway Camp In Development Hellraiser In Development (Hell) Bird Box In Development Peekers In Development
  9. New thread to publish the Top 10 Worldwide Box-office. Data from Rentrak. The Martian is #1 WW, Ant Man OS. Full table here. .auto-style1 { font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: x-small; } .auto-style2 { font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: x-small; background-color: #DCDC23; } Title Weekend BO Estimate Weekend Cume Release Worldwide International Domestic Worldwide International Domestic Martian, The $58,500,000 $37,000,000 $21,500,000 $319,195,658 $175,400,000 $143,795,658 Ant-Man $43,573,000 $43,500,000 $73,000 $454,653,000 $275,900,000 $178,753,000 Hotel Transylvania 2 $42,850,000 $30,600,000 $12,250,000 $267,509,388 $131,100,000 $136,409,388 Crimson Peak $26,246,120 $13,400,000 $12,846,120 $26,246,120 $13,400,000 $12,846,120 Goosebumps $23,500,000 $23,500,000 $23,500,000 $23,500,000 Goodbye Mr. Loser $22,353,992 $22,000,000 $353,992 $184,912,948 $184,000,000 $912,948 Pan $20,260,000 $14,400,000 $5,860,000 $72,838,183 $47,100,000 $25,738,183 Intern, The $16,705,000 $11,300,000 $5,405,000 $135,530,982 $76,800,000 $58,730,982 Bridge Of Spies $15,380,000 $15,380,000 $15,380,000 $15,380,000 Maze Runner: The Sco... $11,450,000 $8,700,000 $2,750,000 $255,711,970 $180,300,000 $75,411,970
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    Welcome to a little blog which intend to write reports on the Australian Box Office on a weekly basis. I did start doing one of these previously, but never continued with it. The Australia Box Office Thread in the International Section of the Forums is located here: [url=""]Link to Aussie BO Thread[/url] The first weekend report will be for Jurassic World which is already opening fantastic with a 2.7m OD.
  11. PENGUINS OF MADAGASCAR took in $0.470M on Monday. Domestic total stands at $49.87M. #PenguinsOfMadagascar
  12. Strong for Fury: - Gone Girl: 1.25 mln - Gravity: 1,4 mln - Captain Phillips 0,6 mln 30 mln OW here we go.
  13."There have been loads of strong performers with sensible budgets, so it was difficult to whittle down the slate (sorry, Safe House and Contraband, you were thisclose to making the cut!), but whittle I did. Thus, here is my totally-up-for-debate list of the 15 Most Impressive* Box Office Performances of 2012… so far."
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