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1 hour ago, Renaud originel said:

here's the international admissions of Star wars vs Titanic vs Avatar showdowns

 

http://www.boxofficestory.com/news-cinema-c25607670

 

Thank you

The figure for Titanic in Spain just shows what it sold in its original release. After the 3D re-release, it stands at 11,265,694 admissions. Anyway, great showdown :)

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Forbes

 

In terms of worldwide gross, TFA has clawed its way to $1.161 billion worldwide, which means it just cracked the top-ten list. It stands at tenth ahead of Universal/Comcast Corp.’s Minions ($1.157b) and below Marvel’s Iron Man 3 ($1.215b)

 

http://www.forbes.com/sites/scottmendelson/2015/12/29/star-wars-the-force-awakens-box-office-31m-monday-cracks-top-10-with-1-16-billion/

 

Monday = ~US$73M WW; 31 US/42 OS.

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Those are preliminary estimates based on Forbes numbers, the actuals should come up soon.

 

EDIT: Forgot that the weekend was underestimated. Monday OS was US$39.4M.

 

Deadline: Coming off of a weekend that saw it cross the $1B global mark in hyper-drive, Star Wars: The Force Awakens added $39.4M at the overseas box office on Monday. That brings the international cume to just shy of $600M at $589.7M.

 

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1 hour ago, The Good Olive said:

Wow, $39M on Monday, barely dropped from last Monday.

edit: 42M? increased?

 

Yeah not unexpected though. Holidays everywhere. Next weekend could possibly see an increase from X-Mas WE.

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Grosses in some OS markets as of December 28th

$107,4 M UK
$60,8 M Germany
$51,4 M France
$39,5 M Australia
$34,2 M Japan
$20,7 M Mexico
$20,1 M Italy
$19,0 M South Korea
$18,5 M Russia
$16,8 M Brazil
$11,8 M Sweden
$9,7 M Poland

Spain missing from the list as there hasn't been given an exact data concering its gross.
TFA continues to be a phenomenon in English-speaking countries. Europe is eating it up too.

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On 28/12/2015 at 1:21 AM, Onri said:

72% by estimates

Russia is particular, its ER reached a record low this week and the economy started to worsen even more because of very low oil prices...With all of that SW7 is doing really well :D taken into account

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2 hours ago, Ajde said:

Grosses in some OS markets as of December 28th

$107,4 M UK
$60,8 M Germany
$51,4 M France
$39,5 M Australia
$34,2 M Japan
$20,7 M Mexico
$20,1 M Italy
$19,0 M South Korea
$18,5 M Russia
$16,8 M Brazil
$11,8 M Sweden
$9,7 M Poland

Spain missing from the list as there hasn't been given an exact data concering its gross.
TFA continues to be a phenomenon in English-speaking countries. Europe is eating it up too.

Germany and France are bigger than I expected in the end :) I hope they can pass $100m!

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I think we are underestimating its OS potential.

 

If we take the first Hobbit for example, it made more in the last week of the year then the week before. It's not apples and apples since a couple of markets didn't open day and date but let's assume TFA makes close to what it did the week before. It would be at around $800m by the end of Sunday. Hobbit did 1.44x more after that point (excluding China), if we multiply that with $800m, we get about $1150m. And again, that's without China. Even if TFA doesn't quite reach $800m after Sunday, let's say $770m, that multiplier would give it $1100m.

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11 minutes ago, Elessar said:

I think we are underestimating its OS potential.

 

If we take the first Hobbit for example, it made more in the last week of the year then the week before. It's not apples and apples since a couple of markets didn't open day and date but let's assume TFA makes close to what it did the week before. It would be at around $800m by the end of Sunday. Hobbit did 1.44x more after that point (excluding China), if we multiply that with $800m, we get about $1150m. And again, that's without China. Even if TFA doesn't quite reach $800m after Sunday, let's say $770m, that multiplier would give it $1100m.

Pretty agree. I have the feeling that many people think this will collapse by next Monday and that is far from reality.

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here's the international admissions of Star wars vs Titanic vs Avatar showdowns updated

 

I think TFA looks like the Phantom menace box office in Europe. I went to the cinema yesterday and it was sold out again for Star Wars ( but it's the top of parisian cinema in admissions- In Paris there are 3 main theaters for admissions). In France the goal to break the record for the Star Wars franchise is reached it's a smash hit.

In Germany the goal is to reach the score of the Phantom Menace...

In England it's possible to do better. Spain will be far from the phantom menace but the spanish market has collapsed since 1999. In Italy it's the same but TFA do very much better than the phantom menace.

 

http://www.boxofficestory.com/news-cinema-c25607670

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