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TOP 15 SUMMER FILMS THROUGH THE YEARS

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QUICK FACTS: (For The Past Six Years)

    [*]Two May, two June and two July openers won summer. [*]All number one films were sequels / spin-offs. [*]No year saw the top 3 movies coming from a single month. [*]2009 and 2011 had the most May openers in the top 15 (I included FAST FIVE as a May opener) [*]2007 had the most July openers in the top 15. [*]2008 and 2012 had the most June openers in the top 15. [*]2012 had the most August openers in the top 15. [*]Only 2007 and 2011 had top 15 films that made over 100 M. [*]2012 had the highest grossing number 1 film. [*]2012 also had the lowest grossing number 15 film. [*]2012 also had the fewest 100 M films. [*]2007 had the most 200 M movies with 7. [*]1 - 3 August openers were always part of the top 15. [*]The closest a non-sequel won summer was in 2008 when IRON MAN placed second. [*]2007 had the closest top 5 with the top 5 films separated by just 50.30 M or less. [*]Super Hero movies won the summer 3 times. [*]Only once an animated movie won the summer. It was in 2010 with TOY STORY lll. [*]There were always 2-3 animated films in the top 15. [*]2011 was the only year without a computer animated film in the top 5. [*]There was always at least one comedy film in the top 15. [*]2007 and 2011 had the most sequels/reboots/spin-offs with 9 each while 2008 had the least with just 5.

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The Dark Knight number is wrong.

 

This being the summer game, all movies grosses are from summer time, this meaning that if a movie grossed more outside summer, it won't count (exactly as it happened with The Dark Knight). The limit is September first.

 

Aug 29–Sep 1 3 $11,127,290 +5.5% 2,750 -413 $4,046 $504,798,337 7
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This being the summer game, all movies grosses are from summer time, this meaning that if a movie grossed more outside summer, it won't count (exactly as it happened with The Dark Knight). The limit is September first.

 

Aug 29–Sep 1 3 $11,127,290 +5.5% 2,750 -413 $4,046 $504,798,337 7

 

 

 

That was until the Labor Day weekend.

My bad.Thanks for explanation.

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