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CAYOM: Year 7 - Actuals

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    Drat, no Thomas the Tank Engine sequel!!!!* :P LucIId didn't have that mixed reviews though; it was a lot like Expedecade where Numbers was the only one who hated it... Awesome legs on Miserable Fans though.

     

    *regardless of this film's performance, Michael Bay's Thomas the Tank Engine will return in Y10, but not necessarily in a sequel...

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    Life After Death should finish close to Angels and Demons finish (133M) which is excellent! Also great for The Office: An American Workplace which depending how it holds throughout July could hit 80M.

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    PTAs for April:

     

    Stephen King’s It: Part 1: 9,480The Golden Legend: The Knight Of Fire: 8,570Blank: 6,364The Terrible Plight Of Freddy Zapper: 4,723The Bronze Bow: 4,644Things Hoped For: 4,204A Comedy: 2,529Ke$ha: Animal, Cannibal, Warrior: 1,920Linkin Park: Burn It Down: 1,173 

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    PTAs for May:

     

    Justice League: 35,069

    Call Of Duty: Eye Of The Storm: 30,506

    Miserable Fans (4-Day): 12,115

    Miserable Fans: 9,824

    South Pacific (4-Day): 7,147

    South Pacific: 5,627

    The Doppelganger: 5,451

    Crime Stinks: 4,676

     

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    PTAs for June:

     

    Spark: Ignition: 19,871

    LucIId: 15,088

    Life After Death: 11,774

     

    The Blue Belt: 10,962

    The Office: An American Workplace: 8,156

     

    Tyrant II: The Inspector: 5,900

    Thomas The Tank Engine: 5,008

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    July 7-9: 'Scottsboro Boys' Bring Moviegoers To Town

    The Scottsboro Boys, a unique project for irreverent comedian Seth MacFarlane, being a period musical, won the weekend with solid reviews and generally strong buzz at the box office. Top Gear Adventures also did quite well, considering how the show isn't huge in the United States like it is in the UK. That, and it was a pretty good movie.The same cannot be said for the odd pop culture parody Harlem Shake: 28 Days Later. That movie completely fell flat on its face. The Blue Belt continues to hold on well, as 4 through 7 are a gigantic clustercuss, with each film within -$300k. 

     

    1. The Scottsboro Boys - $26,380,289 (NEW)

    2. The Blue Belt - $16,570,907 (3rd week)

    3. Top Gear Adventures: Our 'Nam - $13,851,576 (NEW)

    4. LucIId - $6,970,318 (4th week)

    5. Spark: Ignition - $6,913,621 (6th week)

    6. The Office: An American Workplace - $6,872,178 (3rd week)

    7. Thomas The Tank Engine - $6,690,755 (2nd week) (-66%)

    8. Harlem Shake: 28 Days Later - $4,751,243 (NEW) 

    9. Miserable Fans - $3,007,480 (7th week)

    10. Life After Death - $2,317,554 (6th week)

     

    July 14-16: Audiences 'Clue' Into Latest Blockbuster

    With a smash $37.7m Friday, the third installment of the crowd pleasing '39 Clues' series was the biggest one yet, opening with nearly $95 million. The A- CinemaScore, consistent with the rest of the series, is also very stong, though the film still needs to deal with natural frontloaded-ness from an opening this long. The holdovers perform as they expected, and Thomas continues to fall flat on its face. The two animated film lost a few audience members to The 39 Clues, but held relatively well regardless.

     

    1. The 39 Clues: The Sword Thief - $94,780,074 (NEW)

    2. The Scotsboro Boys - $15,276,332 (2nd week) (-42%)

    3. The Blue Belt - $9,847,260 (4th week)

    4. Top Gear Adventures: Our Nam - $8,418,983 (-39%)

    5. Spark: Ignition - $3,907,180 (7th week)

    6. LucIId - $3,822,715 (5th week)

    7. The Office: An American Workplace - $3,621,819 (4th week)

    8. Thomas The Tank Engine - $2,710,327 (3rd week)

    9. Harlem Shake: 28 Years Later - $1,780,656 (2nd week) (-63%)

    10. Miserable Fans - $1,870,551 (8th week)

     

    July 21-23: 'Sword Thief' Slashes New Openers

    The 39 Clues took a bit of a drop this weekend, but that didn't stop it from enjoying an easy number one weekend. The Dark Victorian failed to capitalize on the popularity of the first film, which came out years ago, whereas The Boy In The Watchtower had an odd premise and a lengthy run time that turned off some audiences. Each film recieved a B CinemaScore. Miserable Fans rounded out the top 10 this weekend, and it's having an incredibly memorable run at the box office.

     

    1. The 39 Clues: The Sword Thief - $40,530,747 (2nd week) (-57%)

    2. The Dark Victorian: Pursuit - $28,037,097 (NEW)

    3. The Boy In The Watchtower - $16,553,890 (NEW)

    4. The Scottsboro Boys - $10,002,769 (3rd week)

    5. The Blue Belt - $6,810,435 (5th week)

    6. Top Gear Adventures: Our 'Nam - $5,613,297 (3rd week)

    7. Spark: Ignition - $2,634,140 (8th week)

    8. LucIId - $2,305,671 (6th week)

    9. The Office: An American Workplace - $2,217,866 (5th week)

    10. Miserable Fans - $1,255,407 (9th week)

     

    July 28-30: 'Amulet' Casts Its Spell

    Thanks to strong reviews and developed hype, Amulet was able to avoid the fate that struck 'Spark' three years ago. The film had to deal a bit with 2D animation and the long run time creating a hard sell, but WOM is very strong, and $200m is certainly attainable for this film. Reality Shift, the ensemble comedy from the mind of Ben Stiller, also did really well at the box office, attracting audiences with its wacky premise and great cast. Amulet should perform very nicely in its run, even if it struggles with a forecast hurricane interfering with the box office midway though August...

     

    1. Amulet - $48,710,227 (NEW)

    2. Reality Shift - $38,210,597 (NEW)

    3. The 39 Clues: Maze Of Bones - $21,083,424 (3rd week)

    4. The Dark Victorian: Pursuit - $12,710,516 (2nd week) (-55%)

    5. The Boy In The Watchtower - $9,787,531 (2nd week) (-41%)

    6. The Scottsboro Boys - $6,580,463 (4th week)

    7. Top Gear Adventures: Our 'Nam - $3,419,548 (4th week)

    8. The Blue Belt - $3,051,349 (6th week)

    9. Spark: Ignition - $1,267,743 (9th week)

    10. LucIId - $1,129,318 (7th week)

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    July 28-30: 'Amulet' Casts Its Spell

    Thanks to strong reviews and developed hype, Amulet was able to avoid the fate that struck 'Spark' three years ago. The film had to deal a bit with 2D animation and the long run time creating a hard sell, but WOM is very strong, and $200m is certainly attainable for this film. Reality Shift, the ensemble comedy from the mind of Ben Stiller, also did really well at the box office, attracting audiences with its wacky premise and great cast. Amulet should perform very nicely in its run, even if it struggles with a forecast hurricane interfering with the box office midway though August...

     

    1. Amulet - $48,710,227 (NEW)

    2. Reality Shift - $38,210,597 (NEW)

    3. The 39 Clues: Maze Of Bones - $21,083,424 (3rd week)

    4. The Dark Victorian: Pursuit - $12,710,516 (2nd week) (-55%)

    5. The Boy In The Watchtower - $9,787,531 (2nd week) (-41%)

    6. The Scottsboro Boys - $6,580,463 (4th week)

    7. Top Gear Adventures: Our 'Nam - $3,419,548 (4th week)

    8. The Blue Belt - $3,051,349 (6th week)

    9. Spark: Ignition - $1,267,743 (9th week)

    10. LucIId - $1,129,318 (7th week)

     

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    About that forecasted hurricane, a nice lesson; hurricanes don't affect box office. Hurricane Sandy and Hurricane Irene didn't make much of an impact on the box office. You're really just loosing part of a single population in one region of the country.

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    About that forecasted hurricane, a nice lesson; hurricanes don't affect box office. Hurricane Sandy and Hurricane Irene didn't make much of an impact on the box office. You're really just loosing part of a single population in one region of the country.

     

    Not if it's a supper duper Godzilla T-Rex Hurricane that covers the entire country.

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