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    BREAKING NEWS:

     

    Hurricane Shitto, expected to hit in mid August, may be the worst hurricane in CAYOM history. The East Coast is placed on high alert, and many businesses, including movie theaters, are closing to prepare for the hurricane.

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    BREAKING NEWS:

     

    Hurricane Shitto, expected to hit in mid August, may be the worst hurricane in CAYOM history.

     

    Since it's the first that's an easy record to take.

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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.

     

    Actually, I am firmly in the camp that Wreck-It Ralph would've opened higher if it weren't for Sandy...

     

    Anyway, Miserable Fans' overall run was ridiculously fun, and I'm liking LucIId's late legs as well. Good openings for both of my July comedies too!

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    PTAs for July:

     

    The 39 Clues: The Sword Thief: 21,669

    Amulet: 12,577

    Reality Shift: 10,547

    The Scottsboro Boys: 7,796

    The Dark Victorian: Pursuit: 7,555

    The Boy In The Watchtower: 5,889

    Top Gear Adventures: Our 'Nam: 4,217

    Harlem Shake: 28 Days Later: 2,027

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    August 4-6: 'Amulet' Remains Steadfast At #1

    With amazing WOM, Amulet was able to thrive in its second weekend and make it to #1 yet again. The Girl Who Leapt Through Time lacked the buzz that Summer Wars in Y5 had, hence how it only performed half as well. Extrasensory was also a little divise in its buzz, but with good will from critics and film buffs alike, this film could have some staying power at the box office. Reality Shift also held well, thanks to some very strong reviews. Innocense had a strong opening in its limited release, considering the darkness of the subject matter.

     

    1. Amulet - $33,036,377 (2nd week) (-32%)

    2. The Girl Who Leapt Through Time - $23,751,802 (NEW)

    3. Reality Shift - $22,189,197 (2nd week) (-42%)

    4. Extrasensory - $16,870,542 (NEW)

    5. The 39 Clues: Maze Of Bones - $12,070,476 (4th week)

    6. The Dark Victorian: Pursuit - $6,788,243 (3rd week)

    7. The Boy In The Watchtower - $6,170,780 (3rd week)

    8. The Scottsboro Boys - $4,319,638 (5th week)

    9. Top Gear Adventures: Our 'Nam - $2,093,455 (5th week)

    10. The Blue Belt - $1,766,972 (7th week)

    -Innocense - $190,263 (NEW - limited)

     

    August 11-13: 'Leviathan' Shaken By Hurricane Shitto

    A hurricane swept much of the east cost over Saturday and Sunday, and given some of the steeper drops this weekend, it probably shows. Leviathan didn't hold as well as it probably could have, and all of the openers took steeper drops than expected. Fortunately, there was a less severe damage estimate than expected, and recovery should begin immediately, and next week will bring some stronger numbers at the box office. Leviathan's B+ CinemaScore could also mean a solid hold next weekend.

     

    1. Leviathan - $25,640,198 (NEW)

    2. Amulet - $19,083,674 (3rd week)

    3. Reality Shift - $12,627,113 (3rd week)

    4. The Girl Who Leapt Through Time - $12,080,435 (-49%)

    5. Extrasensory - $10,027,581 (2nd week) (-41%)

    6. The 39 Clues: Maze Of Bones - $6,743,120 (5th week)

    7. The Dark Victorian: Pursuit - $3,401,258 (4th week)

    8. The Boy In The Watchtower - $3,218,060 (4th week)

    9. The Scorrsboro Boys - $2,551,980 (6th week)

    10. Top Gear Adventures: Our 'Nam - $1,027,510 (6th week)

    -Innocense - $295,024 (2nd week - still limited)

     

    August 18-20: 'Fox,' 'Her' Thrive In Shitto's Aftermath

     

    Although every critic thought

    that it was such a pain,

    Auds liked "Fox In Socks"

    so Blankments had much gain,

     

    The CinemaScore, however,

    might bring some bad news.

    It only got a single B,

    with the many critics' boos.

     

    Seeing Her did decent,

    clicking with audiences well,

    the impressive cast and good WOM,

    and Hourglass had quite a sell.

     

    The holdovers were splendid,

    as the storm only lasted so long.

    Now I will end my Seuss tribute,

    and til next weekend, say, "So long!"

     

    1. Fox In Socks - $27,140,563 (NEW)

    2. Seeing Her - $15,829,410 (NEW)

    3. Leviathan - $14,671,281 (2nd week) (-43%)

    4. Amulet - $12,439,553 (4th week)

    5. Reality Shift - $8,960,813 (4th week)

    6. The Girl Who Leapt Through Time - $8,231,027 (3rd week)

    7. Extrasensory - $7,151,380 (3rd week)

    8. The 39 Clues: Maze Of Bones - $4,552,193 (6th week)

    9. The Boy In The Watchtower - $2,104,711 (5th week)

    10. The Dark Victorian: Pursuit - $2.078,615 (5th week)

    -Innocense - $1,742,690 (3rd week - still limited)

     

    August 25-27: 'Fox In Socks' Blocks Schlock At Box Office

    Sometimes, it takes crap to beat crap. Fox In Socks managed to beat the loust performance of a sequel few people asked for, which even came many years late. Many quality holdovers over the past few weeks: Seeing Her, Amulet, Reality Shift, and Extrasensory, especially, managed to hold pretty well. This bodes well for Memorial Day weekend approaching us in the very next frame. This shall be fun.

     

    1. Fox In Socks - $14,880,475 (2nd week) (-45%)

    2. Pride & Prejudice & Zombies: Dawn Of The Dreadfuls - $10,784,257 (NEW)

    3. Seeing Her - $10,298,365 (2nd week) (-35%)

    4. Amulet - $9,678,513 (5th week)

    5. Leviathan - $8,510,947 (3rd week)

    6. Reality Shift - $6,070,421 (5th week)

    7. The Girl Who Leapt Through Time - $5,512,834 (4th wek)

    8. Extrasensory - $5,380,216 (4th week)

    9. The 39 Clues: Maze Of Bones - $3,038,612 (7th week)

    10. Innocense - $2,551,310 (4th week - wide)

    -Jazz: The Movie - $185,604 (1st week - limited)

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    PTAs for August:

     

    Innocense: 47,566

    Jazz: The Movie: 46,401

    Innocense (2nd week): 18,439

    Innocense (3rd week): 7,577

    Leviathan: 7,204

    Fox In Socks: 7,157

    The Girl Who Leapt Through Time: 6,206

    Extrasensory: 5,809

    Seeing Her: 5,141

    Innocense (4th week): 3,434

    Pride & Prejudice & Zombies: Dawn Of The Dreadfuls: 3,214

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    September 1-4: 'Love' And 'Friendship' Triumph Over All

    Thanks to a surprising reception from critics, Redeeming Love was albe to shine bright over Labor Day, and it should continue to do well over the next few weeks. My Little Pony also brought in love from the Brony Audience along with little kids. Do I even need to describe how Usher did? The highlight of the weekend was Amulet, which scored an amazing hold in the face of a new animated movie. 

     

    1. Redeeming Love - $20,529,670/$25,570,476 (NEW)

    2. My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic - The Return Of Queen Chrysallis: Part 2 - $17,203,563/$22,685,318 (NEW)

    3. Fox In Socks - $10,439,673/$14,510,398 (3rd week)

    4. Amulet - $8,639,210/$11,242,234 (6th week)

    5. Seeing Her - $7,988,463/$9,751,320 (3rd week)

    6. Leviathan - $5,710,754/$7,089,433 (4th week)

    7. Usher: Love In The Club - $5,218,290/$6,140,753 (NEW)

    8. Reality Shift - $4,857,219/$5,913,509 (6th week)

    9. Extrasensory - $4,685,219/$5,719,402 (5th week)

    10. The Girl Who Leapt Through Time - $4,319,644/$5,810,299 (5th week)

    -Pride & Prejudice & Zombies 2 - $4,289,510/$5,079,521 (2nd week) (-59%)

    -Jazz: The Movie - $518,460/$625,990 (2nd week - still limited)

     

    September 8-10: Audiences Bored To 'Tears'

    What a boring weekend. The only new release was Tyler Perry's new melodrama Tears Of A Tiger, which still managed to bring in some money. God Is Dead, the controversial documentary on atheism, attracted audiences thanks to Michael Moore's name appeal. Also, Amulet outpaced the film that made Dr. Seuss roll in his grave even more this year, so that's always nice.

     

    1. Tears Of A Tiger - $14,736,983 (NEW)

    2. Redeeming Love - $11,852,901 (2nd week) (-42%)

    3. My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic - The Return Of Queen Chrysallis: Part 2 - $9,479,610 (-45%)

    4. Seeing Her - $4,850,218 (4th week)

    5. Amulet - $4,810,693 (7th week)

    6. Fox In Socks - $4,780,590 (4th week)

    7. Leviathan - $3,370,286 (5th week)

    8. Extrasensory - $2,971,678 (6th week)

    9. Reality Shift - $2,810,463 (7th week)

    10. The Girl Who Leapt Through Time - $2,493,138 (6th week)

    -Usher: Love In The Club - $1,753,980 (2nd week) (-66%)

    -Jazz: The Movie - $660,315 (3rd week - still limited)

    -God Is Dead - $370,253 (NEW - limited)

     

    September 15-17: 'Rich & Famous' Lives The High Life

    Opening the same weekend as the Y6 breakout High Life, The Rich & Famous performed even better. With excellent reviews and BP buzz, it should clear pass $100m with ease. Epic Battlers had a concept that didn't really click with audiences, but it did fairly well regardless. Amulet, Seeing Her, and Extrasensory continue to sport amazing holds.

     

    1. The Rich & Famous - $27,110,187 (NEW)

    2. Epic Battlers - $12,105,478 (NEW)

    3. Redeeming Love - $7,810,721 (3rd week)

    4. Tears Of A Tiger - $7,310,685 (2nd week) (-50%)

    5. MLP: FIM - The Return Of Queen Chrysallis 2 - $6,053,189 (3rd week)

    6. Seeing Her - $3,539,210 (5th week)

    7. Amulet - $3,480,217 (8th week)

    8. Fox In Socks - $2,890,416 (5th week)

    9. Extrasensory - $2,210,329 (7th week)

    10. Leviathan - $2,068,789 (6th week)

    -God Is Dead - $1,293,450 (2nd week - still limited)

    -Jazz: The Movie - $829,410 (4th week - still limited)

     

    September 22-24: 'Tweed' Falls On A Satisfied Market

    Despite mixed and average reviews, audiences were still drawn to The Fall Of Boss Tweed, a sprawling period drama about a famous criminal in US History. WOM isn't great however, and it could easily fall behind The Rich & Famous. Regardless, it is still doing fairly well at the box office. Both docs continue to expand as the stars of the top 10 continue to shine bright. 

     

    1. The Fall Of Boss Tweed - $20,753,519 (NEW)

    2. The Rich & Famous - $17,810,4861 (2nd week) (-35%)

    3. Epic Battlers - $7,510,428 (2nd week) (-38%)

    4. Redeeming Love - $5,298,549 (4th week)

    5. MLP: FIM  - The Return Of Queen Chrysallis 2 - $4,133,721 (4th week)

    6. Tears Of A Tiger - $3,850,613 (3rd week)

    7. Seeing Her - $2,318,620 (6th week)

    8. Amulet - $2,274,319 (9th week)

    9. Fox In Socks - $1,840,548 (6th week)

    10. Extrasensory - $1,439,210 (8th week)

    -God Is Dead - $1,394,610 (3rd week - still limited)

    -Jazz: The Movie - $1,086,329 (5th week - and it's still expanding)

     

    September 29-October 1: Audiences Know What Time It Is

    Attracting fans of the show and children alike, much like MLP did earlier this month, Adventure Time was a big hit with audiences. The same cannot be said for the f@cked up anthology tale, The 120 Days Of Sodom. The Rich & Famous continues to cruise by in success, and the two docs finally crack the top 10 despite not yet reaching wide releases.

     

    1. Adventure Time: The Battle For Ooo - $24,785,180 (NEW)

    2. The Rich & Famous - $12,189,941 (3rd week)

    3. The Fall Of Boss Tweed - $11,532,684 (2nd week) (-44%)

    4. Epic Battlers - $4,106,278 (3rd week)

    5. The 120 Days Of Sodom - $3,710,428 (NEW)

    6. Redeeming Love - $3,571,329 (5th week)

    7. MLP: FIM - The Return Of Queen Chrysallis 2 - $2,150,319 (5th week)

    8. Tears Of A Tiger - $2,041,781 (4th week)

    9. God Is Dead - $1,610,298 (4th week - still limited)

    10. Seeing Her - $1,529,670 (7th week)

    -Jazz: The Movie - $1,173,290 (6th week - will it ever be wide?)

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