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    April 7-9: ‘Golden Legend’ Burns Somewhat Bright

    Despite falling below studio expectations, The Golden Legend gave a decent box office performance with a $31.9m weekend gross. The film lacked a huge marketing campaign, and many people didn’t even recognize the source material. WOM seems to be fairly decent, though, so $100m is still an open possibility, and OS numbers are bound to be great. The other two openers gave off lackluster grosses, and people are beginning to get really sick of concert documentaries.

     

    1. The Golden Legend: The Knight Of Fire - $31,856,477 (NEW)

    2. Here Comes Peter Cottontail - $24,103,823 (2nd week) (-33%)

    3. The Martian Chronicles - $7,380,410 (3rd week)

    4. A Comedy - $6,923,108 (NEW)

    5. Hush, Hush - $6,108,224 (2nd week) (-48%)

    6. Ke$ha: Animal, Cannibal, Warrior - $4,802,380 (NEW)

    7. Assassin’s Creed - $4,643,271 (5th week)

    8. After Party - $3,172,667 (3rd week)

    9. Frindle - $2,070,431 (5th week)

    10. Bone: Solstice - $1,693,170 (8th week)

     

    April 14-16: ‘Peter Cottontail’ Hops Back To First

    With Easter weekend falling, Here Comes Peter Cottontail had a marvelous hold, regaining the #1 spot. However, it’s likely going to drop like a rock once Easter is through. The two openers, Blank and The Terrible Plight of Freddy Zapper, were both two comedies with surprising critical acclaim, and each one opened pretty well, considering that their premises weren’t exactly the most appealing, although WOM on each one is pretty strong. It’s pretty sad that even with a solid Top 4 line-up, we’ve got only 4 movies that grossed more than $4m this weekend.

     

    1. Here Comes Peter Cottontail - $20,753,148 (3rd week)

    2. Blank - $16,781,442 (NEW)

    3. The Golden Legend: The Knight Of Fire - $16,540,319 (2nd week) (-48%)

    4. The Terrible Plight Of Freddy Zapper - $15,047,833 (NEW)

    5. The Martian Chronicles - $3,770,218 (4th week)

    6. Hush, Hush - $3,380,479 (3rd week)

    7. A Comedy - $3,207,590 (2nd week) (-54%)

    8. Assassin’s Creed - $2,859,381 (6th week)

    9. After Party - $1,823,098 (4th week)

    10. Ke$ha: Animal, Cannibal, Warrior - $1,680,200 (2nd week) (-65%)

     

    April 21-23: The Odds Are In ‘The Bronze Bow’s’ Favor

    An adaption of a classic young adult novel, The Bronze Bow, brought in a solid gross this weekend of nearly $15 million. This kind of ate in to the gross of another young adult adaption: Things Hoped For. The story of the weekend, however, was Blank’s incredible hold. This may be an even bigger WOM giant than a lot of people are saying, and it’s going to have a run that should be very fun to follow. Freddy Zapper and The Golden Knight also had strong holds this weekend.

     

    1. The Bronze Bow - $14,851,706 (NEW)

    2. Blank - $13,073,916 (2nd week) (-22%)

    3. Things Hoped For - $11,219,688 (NEW)

    4. The Golden Legend: The Knight Of Fire - $9,751,430 (3rd week)

    5. The Terrible Plight Of Freddy Zapper - $9,422,108 (2nd week) (-37%)

    6. Here Comes Peter Cottontail - $5,580,439 (4th week)

    7. The Martian Chronicles - $1,910,450 (5th week)

    8. Assassin’s Creed - $1,830,216 (7th week)

    9. Hush, Hush - $1,734,809 (4th week)

    10. A Comedy - $1,540,268 (3rd week)

     

    April 28-30: Audiences Scared Sh-It-less This Weekend

    A new vision of Stephen King’s novel about an insane killer clown attracted horror fans to the movies in great droves this weekend, and WOM is very strong for a horror film. As for the Linkin Park documentary, that really didn’t generate much interest at all. It won’t be long before every garage band in the nation has their own music documentary. Also, Blank has yet another amazing hold this weekend. It could even show signs of immunity to the summer onslaught at the box office. Only time will tell, but it’s around $50m already.

     

    1. Stephen King’s It: Part 1 - $27,302,685 (NEW)

    2. Blank - $10,062,281 (3rd week)

    3. The Bronze Bow - $8,379,218 (2nd week) (-44%)

    4. The Terrible Plight Of Freddy Zapper - $6,179,668 (3rd week)

    5. The Golden Legend: The Knight Of Fire - $6,140,279 (4th week)

    6. Things Hoped For - $5,938,624 (2nd week) (-47%)

    7. Linkin Park: Burn It Down - $2,951,487 (NEW)

    8. Here Comes Peter Cottontail - $2,570,431 (5th week)

    9. Assassin’s Creed - $1,078,394 (8th week)

    10. Hush, Hush - $1,017,468 (5th week)

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    I like the speed, it's a interesting change in pace. :lol: (My year of actuals will be slow though. I'll actually be away for the month of July :lol: Signed myself up to volunteer)

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    Expected for Bronze Bow. 

     

    Amazing for It: Part 1. Part 2 should open over 30M. 

     

    Disappointing for Golden Legend but it should do well overseas and the budget it only 130M so there will be a little bit of profit. 

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    Meaning July is Wednesday. I need to set my calendar.

     

    No

     

     

    Sunday- May

    Monday- June

    Tuesday- July-

    Wednesday- August

    Thursday- September 

    Friday- October

    Saturday- November

    Sunday- December

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    May 5-7: ‘Justice’ Is Served

    No doubt being the big opener to the Year Seven summer, Justice League went sky high, sporting a mighty $63m Friday and a weekend of $154.7m. The A CinemaScore means that good numbers are in store. None of the films in the series so far truly attracted audiences in great droves, so it wasn’t able to attract the same audiences that “The Avengers” managed, but it still went swimmingly regardless. In fact, fudging at Blankments Productions allowed Conventional Wisdom to jump back into the top 10 at the box office! As expected, everything took a bit of a hit from this huge tentpole, especially Stephen King’s It, which still held better than A Nightmare on Elm Street.

     

    1. Justice League - $154,723,596 (NEW)

    2. Stephen King’s It: Part 1 - $9,180,432 (2nd week) (-66%)

    3. Blank - $6,453,490 (4th week)

    4. The Bronze Bow - $4,150,369 (3rd week)

    5. The Terrible Plight Of Freddy Zapper - $3,155,207 (4th week)

    6. The Golden Legend: The Knight Of Fire - $2,983,768 (5th week)

    7. Things Hoped For - $2,733,109 (3rd week)

    8. Conventional Wisdom - $1,107,439 (10th week)

    9. Here Comes Peter Cottontail - $972,680 (6th week)

    10. Linkin Park: Burn It Down - $950,478 (2nd week) (-68%)

     

    May 12-14: ‘Justice League’ Unfazed In Round 2

    Neither opener this weekend lacked huge appeal and a cool premise to attract audiences, so Justice League was able to take #1 yet again with significant ease, dropping a relatively solid 55%. The Doppleganger managed a B Cinemascore, while Crime Stinks received a lousy C- Cinemascore. Blank continues to show amazing legs, and $100m is looking much more likely as time progresses. It even snuck past Stephen King’s It! Talk about an impressive run.

     

    1. Justice League - $69,731,408 (2nd week) (-55%)

    2. The Doppelganger - $17,480,271 (NEW)

    3. Crime Stinks - $16,208,339 (NEW)

    4. Blank - $5,031,269 (5th week)

    5. Stephen King’s It: Part 1 - $4,622,971 (3rd week)

    6. The Bronze Bow - $2,580,714 (4th week)

    7. The Terrible Plight Of Freddy Zapper - $2,218,896 (5th week)

    8. The Golden Legend: The Knight Of Fire - $2,037,681 (6th week)

    9. Things Hoped For - $1,742,932 (4th week)

    10. Here Comes Peter Cottontail - $613,460 (7th week)

     

    May 19-21: Audiences Answer The ‘Call of Duty’

    Vanellope von Schweetz is having a field day with this weekend. The third entry of the Call of Duty franchise exploded at the box office, sporting an impressive $53m Friday gross and a weekend total of $130m. The film received a B+ CinemaScore, whereas ‘On Their Own Accord’ received an A-, so legs may not be a strong. $300m is still a very attainable goal. Justice Leage managed to not only hold on decently admits this big blockbuster, but actually benefitted from the possibility of youngsters buying a ticket for this to sneak into the R-rated Call of Duty. Speaking of which, Blank received more fudge from Numerator Pictures!

     

    1. Call Of Duty: Eye Of The Storm - $130,472,988 (NEW)

    2. Justice League - $38,208,196 (3rd week)

    3. The Doppelganger - $8,592,105 (2nd week) (-51%)

    4. Crime Stinks - $5,812,367 (2nd week) (-64%)

    5. Blank - $4,330,423 (6th week)

    6. Stephen King’s It: Part 1 - $2,290,468 (4th week)

    7. The Bronze Bow - $1,439,268 (5th week)

    8. The Terrible Plight Of Freddy Zapper - $1,297,568 (6th week)

    9. The Golden Legend: Knight Of Fire - $1,009,237 (7th week)

    10. Things Hoped For - $813,470 (5th week)

     

    May 26-28: ‘Call’ Repeats, But Openers Aren’t ‘Miserable’

    Call Of Duty was able to easily take the #1 spot again, despite a drop of over 60%. However, Miserable Fans was able to break out thanks to its impressive ensemble cast, amusing premise, and the lack of hugely appealing (sorry, Doppelganger) comedies as of late. South Pacific wasn’t able to recreate the hype of Wicked and also faced competition from musical fans against Miserable Fans, but it still did pretty well regardless. WOM on both openers is very strong, so look for some very leggy runs for each film.

     

    1. Call Of Duty: Eye Of The Storm - $49,470,219/$57,812,380 (2nd week) (-62%/-56%)

    2. Miserable Fans - $31,720,158/$39,118,673 (NEW)

    3. Justice League - $22,459,136/$27,102,318 (4th week)

    4. South Pacific - $18,269,340/$23,207,090 (NEW)

    5. The Doppelganger - $5,207,534/$6,470,613 (3rd week)

    6. Blank - $2,710,392/$3,412,901 (7th week)

    7. Crime Stinks - $2,563,627/$3,255,006 (3rd week)

    8. Stephen King’s It: Part 1 - $1,203,569/$1,502,398 (5th week)

    9. The Bronze Bow - $950,216/$1,238,410 (6th week)

    10. The Terrible Plight Of Freddy Zapper - $752,108 (7th week)

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    Awesome for Justice League, can't complain there at all. I also find it fantastic that Miserable Fans did more than any RL Edgar Wright comedy total in its first three days. With good legs and an assumed great performance overseas, it'll make me a nice profit, along with being fun to write. :D

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    PTAs for January:

     

    The Idiot (4-Day): 21,509
    The Idiot: 16,591

    Unbalanced 4: 11,749

    The Ice Station (4-Day): 8,926
    Coming Home: 8,808
    The Idiot (2nd week): 8,480The Ice Station: 7,388
    The Special Effects Team: 6,267
    Penumbra: 5,860
    The Idiot (3rd week): 4,470
    Ping: 3,657Ruined Childhood (4-Day): 3,274
    Ruined Childhood: 3,010
    Explosions & Half-Naked Attractive Ladies: 1,642

    PSY: I’m A Gentleman: 364

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    PTAs for February:

     

    Bone - Solstice (4-Day): 15,871

    Bone - Solstice: 13,292

    Walking With You: 11,049

     

    The SCP Foundation (4-Day): 9,813

    The SCP Foundation: 8,175

    The Choice: 6,799

    Flying Spaghetti Monster The Great & Holy: 5,984

    We Are The Champions: 3,979

    The Idiot (4th week): 2,481

    Crusader: 2,236

    The Best Food Porno Of All Time: 2,081

     

    The Idiot (4-Day; 6th week): 1,849

    The Idiot (5th week): 1,811

    Taylor Swift: Sparks Fly: 1,622

    The Idiot (6th week): 1,521

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    PTAs for March:

     

    Assassin’s Creed: 17,293

    The Wanders: 15,730

    The Martian Chronicles: 10,853

    Here Comes Peter Cottontail: 10,123

    Conventional Wisdom: 5,870

    White Cargo: 5,196

    Frindle: 4,282

    Hush, Hush: 3,618

    After Party: 3,554

    White Cargo (2nd week):  2,886

    3:39AM: 2,583

    Bear Market: 2,470

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    June 2-4: 'Sparks' Fly At The Box Office

    After an impressive Oscar run and home video run, Spark became much more popular over time, building up to the smash opening of its sequel, Spark: Ignition. The film managed an A CinemaScore, common for many well recieved animated films, but the first still recieved an A+, and legs may not be quite as strong due to a bigger rush factor.That's no to say that Life After Death still did well. Spark certainly had some teen and adult fans, but a lot of them contibuted to the film's impressive $40m+ weekend. The religion-based drama recieved a B CinemaScore. It's not every year when the weekend after Memorial Day is actually bigger than the actual weekend.

     

    1. Spark: Ingition - $78,512,269 (NEW)

    2. Life After Death - $41,563,912 (NEW)

    3. Call Of Duty: On Their Own Accord - $23,180,458 (3rd week)

    4. Miserable Fans - $20,561,733 (2nd week) (-35%)

    5. Justice League - $12,052,670 (5th week)

    6. South Pacific - $11,342,880 (2nd week) (-38%)

    7. The Doppelganger - $2,970,429 (4th week)

    8. Blank - $1,780,296 (8th week)

    9. Crime Stinks - $1,140,071 (4th week)

    10. The Terrible Plight Of Freddy Zapper - $801,279 (8th week)

     

    June 9-11: 'Spark' Trumps Another Tyranny

    With a decent gross but a lousy reception to its Y5 predecesor, Tyrant II had no direction to go but down. This lousy weekend allowed the holdovers to shine bright, and Spark: Ignition and Life After Death were able to diminish their general frontloading without having to deal with much new competition. Miserable Fans is also proving to be a comedy breakout, and it's pacing itself towards well over a 4x multiplier. Ignore the opener, and it's a very solid weekend at the box office.

     

    1. Spark: Iginition - $43,019,370 (2nd week) (-45%)

    2. Life After Death - $19,721,485 (2nd week) (-53%)

    3. Tyrant II: The Inspector - $18,212,609 (NEW)

    4. Miserable Fans - $14,502,893 (3rd week)

    5. Call Of Duty: On Their Own Accord - $13,702,418 (4th week)

    6. Justice League - $8,319,227 (6th week)

    7. South Pacific - $8,271,313 (3rd week)

    8. The Doppelganger - $1,891,460 (5th week)

    9. Blank - $1,093,015 (9th week)

    10. Crime Stinks - $529,380 (5th week)

     

    June 16-18: Audiences Are 'Lucid' In Love

    The sequel to the well recieved mindbender, Lucid, LucIId was unlike Tyrant, and it was destined to move upwards. With a strong $23m Friday gross, the film cruised to a weekend of $58.7m, although the B CinemaScore indicates that WOM isn't as strong as it was with the first installment of the trilogy. Many films this weekend, despite LucIId, managed to hold on well thanks to Father's Day. Justice League held especially well thanks to that and special boosts from drive in double features with Lucid, much like Freddy Zapper had with Spark 2's opening weekend.

     

    1. LucIId - $58,723,195 (NEW)

    2. Spark: Ignition - $27,583,631 (3rd week)

    3. Life After Death - $11,942,209 (3rd week)

    4. Miserable Fans - $10,483,518 (4th week)

    5. Call Of Duty: On Their Own Accord - $8,302,190 (5th week)

    6. Justice League - $7,680,219 (7th week)

    7. Tyrant II: The Inspector - $5,788,188 (2nd week) (-68%)

    8. South Pacific - $5,281,774 (4th week)

    9. The Doppleganger - $914,233 (6th week)

    10. Blank - $685,471 (10th week)

     

    June 23-25: Audiences Driven Towards The 'Blue Belt'

    A new animated fantasy opened from Guernica Pictures, The Blue Belt, and it did fairly well. None of the reviews were earth shattering, but most people seemed to enjoy it, and it recieved an A- CinemaScore. Spark 2 took a bit of a bigger hit from this film, but it's still managing to hold on just fine. The film adaption of The Office also managed to churn out some impressive numbers, with fans of the show coming out to see it. Alas, it would have been a bigger gross if the film were released earlier towards its prime. LucIId's iffy WOM is showing with a bit of a tumble, but it's still nothing to press the panic button over yet.

     

    1. The Blue Belt - $41,852,693 (NEW)

    2. The Office: An American Workplace - $28,122,805 (NEW)

    3. LucIId - $25,190,396 (2nd week) (-57%)

    4. Spark: Ignition - $15,579,432 (4th week)

    5. Life After Death - $7,053,722 (4th week)

    6. Miserable Fans - $6,722,661 (5th week)

    7. Call Of Duty: On Their Own Accord - $5,299,210 (6th week)

    8. Justice League - $4,326,900 (8th week)

    9. South Pacific - $3,940,123 (5th week)

    10. Tyrant II: The Inspector - $2,580,332 (3rd week)

     

    June 30-July 2: 'Thomas' Tanks

    With its obnoxiously bad quality and reviews in the league of Gigli and The Last Airbender, Thomas The Tank Engine proved to be one of the worst films in CAYOM history, and audiences were careful to stay well away. Perhaps there is hope for the human race after all. Blankments executives are panicking, but they're still counting money from LucIId, Justice League, and Miserable Fans, so really, they can't win 'em all. Seriously, this is the most miserable Independence day weekend in recent memory.

     

    1. The Blue Belt - $25,418,478 (2nd week) (-39%)

    2. Thomas The Tank Engine - $19,942,587 (NEW)

    3. LucIId - $12,604,472 (3rd week)

    4. The Office: An American Workplace - $12,273,690 (-56%)

    5. Spark: Ignition - $9,724,138 (5th week)

    6. Miserable Fans - $4,801,733 (6th week)

    7. Life After Death - $3,922,170 (5th week)

    8. Call Of Duty: On Their Own Accord - $2,950,702 (7th week)

    9. South Pacific - $2,613,210 (6th week)

    10. Justice League - $2,549,210 (9th week)

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