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Australian Box Office | Aquaman over 20m already | HTYD3 OD 2.2m (biggest of franchise)

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24 minutes ago, JJ-8 said:

Fun fact : I seriously considered putting it against titanic or avatar it's been that leggy 

Given the content, I don't think school holidays is actually making a real difference. 

 

Weekend 10 was bigger than weekend 7. Weekdays are still strong. 

 

$2.5m 10th week. 

 

$55m total? Or is this just getting out of hand.

 

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24 minutes ago, JJ-8 said:

Weekly Results

 

 

 

BR did another 1m during weekends...…. now over 45.5m :shades:

I also appreciate that we had two films do $10m weeks, yet a $2.5m, 5th placing film in its 10th week is still the only commentary we have😛😊

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31 minutes ago, JJ-8 said:

Fun fact : I seriously considered putting it against titanic or avatar it's been that leggy 

I would like it if you could :) 

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So here's the All-Time Top 10. At this point its a foregone conclusion that it's getting there - thoughts on where BR could land? 

 

1. AVATAR: $115,767,2442

2. STARWARS: TFA:  $94,034,6763

3. AVENGERS 3: $61,865,0834

4. STARWARS: TLJ: $58,093,9325

5. TITANIC: $57,663,3056

6. THE AVENGERS: $53,255,1387

7. JURASSIC WORLD: $52,945,6378

8. DEATHLY HALLOWS 2: $52,611,2769

9. ROGUE ONE: $51,458,58710

10. SHREK: $50,388,327

 

9th should be achievable, any higher and I just don't know..

 

Will also see Shrek 2 leave the Top 10 after 15 years.

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1 hour ago, stephanos13 said:

That Avatar number is eye popping!

Even more so when you realise that the number 1 film before its release was Titanic. 

 

Avatar doubled the all-time number 1.

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13 hours ago, stephanos13 said:

That Avatar number is eye popping!

 

12 hours ago, Robertron said:

Even more so when you realise that the number 1 film before its release was Titanic. 

 

Avatar doubled the all-time number 1.

Using adjusted figures it was estimated that avatar needed 120m to sell as many tickets as titanic.

 

also consider we normally use 10% to work out the US total. Ie. the 115m in Australia is equivalent of doing 1.15b in the US. 

 

crazy performance. And it only opened with 11m!

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12 minutes ago, JJ-8 said:

 

Using adjusted figures it was estimated that avatar needed 120m to sell as many tickets as titanic.

 

also consider we normally use 10% to work out the US total. Ie. the 115m in Australia is equivalent of doing 1.15b in the US. 

 

crazy performance. And it only opened with 11m!

So using 10% BR should’ve done more like $500m in NA... absolute over performance by Aussie then!

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10 hours ago, feasby007 said:

So using 10% BR should’ve done more like $500m in NA... absolute over performance by Aussie then!

Or that could indicate an underperfance stateside :ph34r:

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On ‎1‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 8:35 PM, Robertron said:

I also appreciate that we had two films do $10m weeks, yet a $2.5m, 5th placing film in its 10th week is still the only commentary we have😛😊

 

How often do we get a film that opens to only 6m and then make it past 50m...  

 

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1 hour ago, JJ-8 said:

 

How often do we get a film that opens to only 6m and then make it past 50m...  

 

Also quite refreshing for a non-CBM/franchise film do this well, but also enter the top 10 all-time. 

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9 hours ago, Robertron said:

Are we getting another increase for BR this weekend?

Yep +3% up to 47.158m, few  complexes where its  #1 and #2-4 in quite a lot places

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1 hour ago, Rthanos said:

Yep +3% up to 47.158m, few  complexes where its  #1 and #2-4 in quite a lot places

Phenomenonal.. any chance you have data on biggest 11th (??) weekends? I doubt many would be above it.

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