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Robot308

Can January/February & September/October End The Dumping Ground Off Season Cursed? I Hope So

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The "if you build it, they will come" model works for most of the year. Make a good movie, audiences will come out in droves. The exceptions are that post-Thanksgiving weekend, Super Bowl weekend and prolly post-Labor Day.

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Woman in Black

Taken 

 

It may not be as big as American Sniper, 50 Shades or Furious 7, but Super Bowl can have a solid $20-25 million opener. 

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I wonder what other film for 2016 will move to 2017. My bet is WB's King Arthur

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Deadpool now owns the month of February as the highest grossing R-Rated film in the Winter corridor. Second Is American Sniper In January, Third & Fourth Goes To both 50 Shades of Grey and The Passion of the Christ also in February.

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8 hours ago, Robot308 said:

Deadpool now owns the month of February as the highest grossing R-Rated film in the Winter corridor. Second Is American Sniper In January, Third & Fourth Goes To both 50 Shades of Grey and The Passion of the Christ also in February.

Uh, Passion is still the highest grossing R rated film

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2 hours ago, WrathOfHan said:

Uh, Passion is still the highest grossing R rated film

I'm talking about opening weekend not all time domestic gross...Duh

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