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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 OS Thread | 415m OS, 751m WW

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China and LA will have to do crazy buisness for this not to decrease OS.

But if china gets 50M it will be saved, and how is it posible that MJ1 start with 15% highe OD and end only with 4% higher OW in the same markets as CF?



bs, it's not decreasing OS, save the receipts if you want


See... I was right If chine doesn't make 50M it will decrease OS, so plz save the receipts and think before you make a statement.

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The drop is -57%. Any drop smaller than -60% cannot be deemed disastrous, but this is still steeper than expected. In comparison, after removing Brazil (which opened a weekend earlier) and all the new openers, Catching Fire fell -50% from its first to its second weekend.

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Closer to THG than to Catching Fire. Even considering problems that penultimate movies have had, I would have never imagined this.


Percentage increase of sequel:


The Dark Knight +167%

Shrek 2 +90%

The Twilight Saga: New Moon +81%

Despicable Me 2 +79%

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest +63%

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2D to 3D) +47%

Hangover Part II 26%

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire +25%

How to Train Your Dragon 2 +25%

Cars 2 21%

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen +18%

Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa +13%

Iron Man 2 +6.6%

Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers +6.2%

Kung Fu Panda 2 (2D to 3D) +5.4%

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows +4.1%


*Films that decreased from the orginal, films that earned less than $500M, prequels, sequels of prequels, sequels of sequels and post-Avengers MCU sequels are not included.


Percentage change from seuqel to threequel:


Toy Story 3 (2D to 3D) +119%

Men in Black (2D to 3D) 3 +41%

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2D to 3D) +34%

Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2D to 3D) +34%

Madagascar: Europe's Most Wanted (2D to 3D) +24%

Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King +21%

Spider-Man 3 +14%

The Dark Knight Rises +8.8%

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse -1.6%

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkhaban -9.4%

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End -9.6%

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 -13% (if the WW total is $750M)


*Films that earned less than $500M, prequels, sequels of prequels, and post-Avengers MCU sequels are not included.


Hunger Games has at least set one record: a record-low among threequels.

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"Mockingjay now has a total worldwide cume estimated at $480M after 10 days of release. Away from the turnstiles, it hit another note this weekend with the soundtrack rising to No. 1 on iTunes. Individual track, The Hanging Tree, the lullaby sung by Jennifer Lawrence, was No. 1 in 36 countries and the No. 2 overall song on iTunes.

In Italy, where Universal is releasing Mockingjay, the film is also running 9% above Catching Fire with a weekend of $2.2M at 335 locations and a cume of $8.9M. Australia’s Mockingjay hold was a -45% weekend with $5M for an $18.2M cume while Mexico and Brazil have bolstered the bird’s fortunes, both already zooming in on more than 65% of Catching Fire’s final gross. In Mexico, the Francis Lawrence-directed Mockingjay added $4.4M this frame for an $18.5M cume, and in Brazil, it took $3.4M for a $14.3M cume."


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Worldwide cume for THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY PART 1 is now $560.5 million.


So OS total: 303 M; 49 M made in the last week. CF after 3rd WE was at 336,7M (27M of which came from China). 


I would say 410M-15 M OS Total and 730-40 WW

Well at least it's holding steady from CF then...

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"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I passed $500M at the international box office earlier this week and now has a global cume of $560.2M. Overseas this frame, the penultimate installment of the Lionsgate franchise has crossed $300M with a total of $302.8M. This weekend added $31.6M from 87 markets.

It is still tops in Germany, adding a further $4.3M for a local take of $29.3M. Australia was also a No. 1 holdover with $2.5M and a cume of $22.1M, as was Brazil with a weekend of $1.8M and a $17.5M cume."


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