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CAYOM YEAR X: ACTUALS

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January 3-5

Heads or Tails Lands Face Up

Kicking off Year 10 is the Jason Statham action flick Heads or Tails, which barreled its way to a solid $20 million opening weekend amidst the Year 9 holdovers. The documentary on the Rubix Cube had a quiet opening.

1. Beauty and the Beast - 38,303,217 (3rd Weekend)
2. The Once and Future King: The Ill-Made Knight - 21,007,025 (2nd Weekend)
3. Heads or Tails: $20,442,235 (1st weekend)
4. The House of Atreus - 11,995,273 (4th Weekend)
5. The Beast of Loch Ness - 6,612,923 (6th Weekend)
6. The Ice Diaries - 6,610,508 (3rd Weekend)
7. The Cube: $3,935,760 (1st weekend)
8. Suicide is Painless - 3,859,864 (5th Weekend)
9. Attack on Titan - 2,753,341 (9th Weekend)
10. The Battle for Brazil - 2,618,457 (5th Weekend)



January 10-12

Audiences Hear the Call as Heads or Tails Loses Change

The pulpy B-movie action horror Call of the Revenant made solid bank this weekend with $24 million. Heads or Tails fell a notable bit while The Cube struggled to stay on the right side of 50%.

1. Beauty and the Beast - 41,788,810 (4th Weekend)
2. The Call of the Revenant: $24,442,630 (1st Weekend)
3. The Once and Future King: The Ill-Made Knight - 11,301,780 (3rd Weekend)
4. Heads or Tails: $9,403,328 (2nd Weekend) (-54%)
5. The Ice Diaries - 8,150,756 (4th Weekend)
6. The House of Atreus - 6,743,339 (5th Weekend)
7. The Beast of Loch Ness - 3,617,269 (7th Weekend)
8. Because the Internet - 2,389,127 (5th Weekend)
9. Suicide is Painless - 2,169,244 (6th Weekend)
10. The Cube: $2,164,251 (2nd Weekend) (-45%)



January 17-20 (MLK Weekend)

TGTBATM Gears Up for a Powerful MLK Weekend

The sci-fi slanted sequel to a zombie western attracted substantial audiences for over 45 million over the 4-day weekend. Meanwhile the Tom Cruise-led Zookeepers scored $22 million over the same frame, even in the face of lukewarm-at-best reviews.

1. The Good, the Bad and the Mechanical: $38,115,092/45,312,835 (1st Weekend)
2. Beauty and the Beast - 19,766,107/28,497,414 (5th Weekend))
3. Two Lonely Zookeepers: $17,134,764/$22,125,064 (1st Weekend)
4. The Call of the Revenant: $9,043,762/$10,981,077 (2nd Weekend) (-63%)
5. The Ice Diaries - 4,629,629/5,464,263 (5th Weekend)
6. Heads or Tails: $4,513,824/$5,687,418 (3rd Weekend) (-52%)
7. The House of Atreus - 4,335,644/5,541,026 (6th Weekend))
8. Because the Internet - 3,865,104/4,629,399 (6th Weekend))
9. The Once and Future King: The Ill-Made Knight - 3,413,138/4,335,845 (4th Weekend))
10. Suicide is Painless - 1,442,547/1,721,987 (7th Weekend)



January 24-26

Timmy’s Great Vacation, Actioners Fall Down

The spinoff to last year’s family vacation flick did better than expectations with nearly $19 million in receipts, while the openers from last weekend fell a bit steeply due to no holiday boost.

1. Timmy's Winter Vacation: $18,830,630 (1st weekend)
2. The Good, the Bad and the Mechanical: $16,602,894 (2nd weekend) (-56%)
3. Beauty and the Beast - 11,800,366 (6th Weekend)
4. Two Lonely Zookeepers: $8,910,044 (2nd Weekend) (-48%)
5. Because the Internet - 6,159,348 (7th Weekend)
6. The Call of the Revenant: $4,250,539 (3rd Weekend) (-53%)
7. The House of Atreus - 3,004,601 (7th Weekend)
8. Heads or Tails: $2,572,866 (4th Weekend) (-43%)
9. The Ice Diaries - 2,064,815 (6th Weekend)
10. The Once and Future King: The Ill-Made Knight - 1,597,349 (5th Weekend)



January 30-February 2

1989 Sings a #1 Tune as Audiences Want the Mother F-ing Snakes Out of Their Mother F-ing Theaters

Taylor Swift continues to have a series of solid revenue concert flicks as 1989 opened a bit above expectations. Meanwhile snake horror comedy Ophidophobia belly-flopped, opening below even the lowest expectations as audiences prepare for a quick exit. Timmy’s Vacation has a good hold.

1. 1989: $23,976,596 (1st Weekend)
2. Timmy's Winter Vacation: 11,486,666 (2nd Weekend) (-39%)
3. Because the Internet - 9,267,436 (8th Weekend)
4. The Good, the Bad and the Mechanical: $9,131,541 (3rd Weekend) (-45%)
5. Ophidophobia: $8,745,408 (1st Weekend)
6. Beauty and the Beast - 5,487,170 (7th Weekend)
7. Two Lonely Zookeepers: $5,167,813 (3rd Weekend) (-42%)
8. The Call of the Revenant: $2,252,765 (4th Weekend) (-47%)
9. The House of Atreus - 1,619,480 (8th Weekend)
10. Heads or Tails: $1,492,224 (5th Weekend) (-42%)

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February 7-9

 

Phoenix Wright Guilty of Success, Timmy's Vacation Extended

 

The second half of the legal thriller on caffeine did strong business this weekend with over $26 million in revenue. 1989 had a standard drop while Timmy's Winter Vacation sucks up families everywhere. Good and Bad Mechanics and Zookeepers are also pleased about their films.

 

1. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Part 2: $26,302,656 (1st Weekend)
2. 1989: $10,789,425 (2nd Weekend) (-55%)
3. Timmy's Winter Vacation: $8,270,352 (3rd Weekend) (-28%)
4. Because the Internet - 6,941,310 (9th Weekend)
5. The Good, the Bad and the Mechanical: $5,935,475 (4th Weekend) (-35%)
6. Beauty and the Beast - 3,396,558 (8th Weekend)
7. Two Lonely Zookeepers: $3,255,714 (4th Weekend) (-37%)
8. Ophidophobia: $2,623,620 (2nd Weekend) (-70%)
9. The Call of the Revenant: $1,284,039 (5th Weekend) (-43%)
10. Heads or Tails: $955,008 (6th Weekend) (-36%)



February 14-17 (President’s Day)

 

Moses Liberates Money From Wallets, Phoenix Wright is Sustained

 

While not opening as high as some had expected or hoped, Moses still brought in $50 million over the 4-day frame. However with mediocre reviews and audience reception, it'll probably have to count on overseas receipts to break even. That Was a Long Time Ago fills a needed spot for romance films and should leg things out well. Meanwhile Timmy simply won't return to school as its 4-day frame increased from the previous weekend. I smell a cinematic universe coming. Reindeer's Easter Vacation?

 

1. Moses: $42,781,396/$50,017,830 (1st Weekend)
2. That Was a Long Time Ago: $19,256,337/$24,155,281 (1st Weekend)
3. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Part 2: $16,044,586/20,873,124 (2nd Weekend) (-39%)
4. Timmy's Winter Vacation: $6,781,646/$8,345,896 (4th Weekend) (-18%)
5. 1989: $6,042,064/7,823,555 (3rd Weekend) (-44%)
6. Because the Internet - 3,935,723/4,643,068 (10th Weekend)
7. The Good, the Bad and the Mechanical: $3,561,240/$4,813,599 (5th Weekend) (-40%)
8. Two Lonely Zookeepers: $2,148,762/$2,704,247 (5th Weekend) (-34%)
9. Beauty and the Beast - 1,881,693/1,577,834 (9th Weekend)
10. Ophidophobia: $1,023,204/$1,284,111 (3rd Weekend) (-61%)



February 21-23

 

Moses Falls, Disappointment Lives Up to Name, Niche Films Niche it Up

 

Moses, as expected, fell over 60% in its second frame, but still easily took first place in a barren second half of February. The Disappointment's poor reviews and bizarre approach turned off a lot of audiences. Meanwhile niche films like Long Time Ago, Phoenix Wright, Timmy, and Zookeepers continue to have strong holds.

 

1. Moses: $16,256,894 (2nd Weekend) (-62%)
2. The Disappointment: $12,426,576 (1st Weekend)
3. That Was a Long Time Ago: $12,131,469 (2nd Weekend) (-37%)
4. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Part 2: $10,428,925 (3rd Weekend) (-35%)
5. Timmy's Winter Vacation: $5,018,384 (5th Weekend) (-26%)
6. 1989: $3,510,402 (4th Weekend) (-42%)
7. Beauty and the Beast - 2,579,801 (10th Weekend)
8. Because the Internet - 2,046,576 (11th Weekend)
9. The Good, the Bad and the Mechanical: $1,958,660 (6th Weekend) (-45%)
10. Two Lonely Zookeepers: $1,310,707 (6th Weekend) (-39%)



February 28-March 1

 

Executioner Hits Target, Otherwise Not Much Happens

 

The Executioner opened fine within most expectations. As the desolation of February's second half comes to a close, every other film was below $9 million in revenue. Only the unstoppable Timmy juggernaut rolls onward, with some assists by Phoenix and Long Time Ago.

 

1. The Executioner: $15,634,016 (1st Weekend)
2. Moses: $8,616,104 (3rd Weekend) (-47%)
3. That Was a Long Time Ago: $8,006,724 (3rd Weekend) (-34%)
4. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Part 2: $7,404,519 (4th Weekend) (-29%)
5. The Disappointment: $5,716,190 (2nd Weekend) (-54%)
6. Timmy's Winter Vacation: $4,165,189 (6th Weekend) (-17%)
7. Beauty and the Beast - 2,290,863 (11th Weekend)
8. 1989: $1,965,824 (5th Weekend) (-44%)
9. Because the Internet - 1,258,644 (12th Weekend)
10. The Good, the Bad and the Mechanical: $1,096,8816 (7th Weekend) (-44%)

 

 

 

 

Plan is to have March up late afternoon and April tonight.

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March 6-8

 

Jurassic is Knighted, Executioner Shot Down

 

Jurassic Knights did boffo business for the first truly big hit of the Trimester. With solid audience reception, it should do fairly well in the weeks to come. Execution took a tumble, but not too dire a won. Black Friday underwhelmed due to a lack of audience interest in its bland presentation.

 

1. Jurassic Knights: $57,249,461 (1st Weekend)
2. The Executioner: $6,894,594 (2nd Weekend) (-56%)
3. Black Friday: $6,553,976 (1st Weekend)
4. That Was a Long Time Ago: $6,085,092 (4th Weekend) (-24%)
5. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Part 2: $4,738,881 (5th Weekend) (-36%)
6. Moses: $3,877,245 (4th Weekend) (-55%)
7. Timmy's Winter Vacation: $3,123,825 (7th Weekend) (-25%)
8. The Disappointment: $3,086,694 (3rd Weekend) (-46%)
9. Beauty and the Beast - 1,871,635 (12th Weekend)
10. 1989: $1,140,164 (6th Weekend) (-42%)



March 13-15

 

Second to Singapore, First in Rankings

 

The David Gordon Green spiritual successor to Pineapple Express smoked up almost $31 million in receipts. Jurassic Knight fell a standard blockbuster amount but looks to recover. Rhino Riders opened below hopes due to marketplace overshadowing and has mediocre reception.

 

1. Second to Singapore: $30,851,494 (1st Weekend)
2. Jurassic Knights: $26,334,724 (2nd Weekend) (-54%)
3. Rhino Riders: $17,414,656 (1st Weekend)
4. That Was a Long Time Ago: $4,083,035 (5th Weekend) (-33%)
5. The Executioner: $3,791,975 (3rd Weekend) (-45%)
6. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Part 2: $3,080,220 (6th Weekend) (-35%)
7. Black Friday: $2,818,177 (2nd Weekend) (-57%)
8. Timmy's Winter Vacation: $2,249,136 (8th Weekend) (-28%)
9. Moses: $2,210,004 (5th Weekend) (-43%)
10. Beauty and the Beast - 1,304,530 (13th Weekend)



March 20-22

 

Mountain Climbs to Top, Singapore Travels Well

 

The Keanu Reeves actioner rode a wave of good marketing and goodwill to the top spot, though its reception outside of a narrow niche is so-so. Second to Singapore had a strong second weekend drop given its built-in fanbase and Jurassic Knights had a good rebound. With only one release this weekend and next, the bottom half of the Top 10 is going to look pretty dire.

 

1. On a Mountain: $22,062,304 (1st Weekend)
2. Second to Singapore: $17,585,298 (2nd Weekend) (-43%)
3. Jurassic Knights: $15,537,473 (3rd Weekend) (-41%)
4. Rhino Riders: $7,662,160 (2nd Weekend) (-56%)
5. That Was a Long Time Ago: $3,314,071 (6th Weekend) (-31%)
6. The Executioner: $2,009,707 (4th Weekend) (-47%)
7. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Part 2: $2,002,132 (7th Weekend) (-35%)
8. Black Friday: $1,578,136 (3rd Weekend) (-44%)
9. Timmy's Winter Vacation: $1,529,388 (9th Weekend) (-32%)
10. Moses: $1,217,715 (6th Weekend) (-45%)



March 27-29

 

E.S.P. Senses Bank, Everything Else is Mostly Weak

 

Our first family outing since Timmy's Neverending Vacation dominated with over $70 million at the box office and should be a powerhouse for the rest of the month. Timmy finally took a body blow with almost a 50% drop. Second to Singapore continues to leg it and the Top 10's bottom half is indeed growing tiny. Next weekend may not even feature a Top 10.

 

1. E.S.P: $70,305,874 (1st Weekend)
2. Second to Singapore: $11,606,232 (3rd Weekend) (-34%)
3. On a Mountain: $10,589,904 (2nd Weekend) (-52%)
4. Jurassic Knights: $8,856,318 (4th Weekend) (-43%)
5. Rhino Riders: $4,214,155 (3rd Weekend) (-45%)
6. That Was a Long Time Ago: $2,154,431 (7th Weekend) (-35%)
7. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Part 2: $1,221,281 (8th Weekend) (-39%)
8. The Executioner: $1,085,238 (5th Weekend) (-46%)
9. Black Friday: $956,328 (4th Weekend) (-40%)
10. Timmy's Winter Vacation: $825,822 (10th Weekend) (-46%)

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April 3-5

 

Psychic Powers Beats Gambler's Luck

 

The assassin thriller Russian Roulette did fine enough for itself opening weekend, but E.S.P dominated the theaters.

1. E.S.P.: $40,074,306 (2nd Weekend) (-43%)
2. Russian Roulette: $22,366,872 (1st Weekend)
3. Second to Singapore: $7,311,906 (4th Weekend) (-37%)
4. Jurassic Knights: $4,959,928 (5th Weekend) (-44%)
5. On a Mountain: $4,765,455 (3rd Weekend) (-55%)
6. Rhino Riders: $2,402,037 (4th Weekend) (-43%)
7. That Was a Long Time Ago: $1,551,168 (8th Weekend) (-28%)
8. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Part 2: $863,388 (9th Weekend) (-30%)


April 10-12

 

Crusader Fights to Top as E.S.P Holds Strong

 

Opening substantially less than some box office gurus predicted, but more in line with the genre, rating, and mood, Crusader still grossed close to $40 million for its opening weekend. Numerator Pictures has another Neeson hit, and the Neeson/Van Patten duo has their second strong outing (the first being Year 6's Isolation). Meanwhile the IMAX rerelease of Scrooge McDuck did fine to fill a family void, but did little to dent the E.S.P. show.

1. Crusader: $38,045,098 (1st Weekend)
2. E.S.P.: $27,250,524 (3rd Weekend) (-32%)
3. Russian Roulette: $11,630,322 (2nd Weekend) (-48%)
4. Scrooge McDuck- IMAX Special Edition: $7,062,187 (1st Weekend)
5. Second to Singapore: $4,752,735 (5th Weekend) (-35%)
6. Jurassic Knights: $2,331,153 (6th Weekend) (-53%)
7. On a Mountain: $2,049,122 (4th Weekend) (-57%)
8. Rhino Riders: $1,467,622 (5th Weekend) (-39%)
9. That Was a Long Time Ago: $1,085,770 (9th Weekend) (-30%)


April 17-19

 

Cain Brings Pain, Crusader and E.S.P However Make Lemons Into Daisy Lemonade

 

The sci-fi actioner Ciaphas Cain opened solidly over the weekend, though how it holds up later on could determine if there is a mid-tier franchise to be made. Crusader and E.S.P did good business over the frame, and the sweet family film Daisy Lemonade opened a bit over expectations.

1. Ciaphas Cain: $45,697,120 (1st Weekend)
2. Crusader: $21,685,653 (2nd Weekend) (-43%)
3. E.S.P.: $17,167,815 (4th Weekend) (-37%)
4. Daisy Lemonade: $13,804,924 (1st Weekend)
5. Russian Roulette: $5,117,332 (3rd Weekend) (-56%)
6. Scrooge McDuck- IMAX Special Edition: $3,884,155 (2nd Weekend) (-45%)
7. Second to Singapore: $3,374,417 (6th Weekend) (-29%)
8. Jurassic Knights: $1,212,172 (7th Weekend) (-48%)
9. On a Mountain: $1,106,514 (5th Weekend) (-46%)
10. Rhino Riders: $836,532 (6th Weekend) (-43%)


April 24-26

 

Cain Remains the Main as Things Settle in For May

 

Ciaphas Cain fell a bit over 50% but stayed #1 for the weekend as two quieter films opened. Paul Greengrass' latest docudrama did solid business and should remain a steady adult-oriented performer. The next MST3K film opened a bit above its predecessor, perhaps due to the Bond starpower. Legs though is anyone's guess.

1. Ciaphas Cain: $21,934,648 (2nd Weekend) (-52%)
2. Kensington: $15,296,833 (1st Weekend)
3. Crusader: $13,228,248 (3rd Weekend) (-39%)
4. E.S.P.: $12,368,167 (5th Weekend) (-28%)
5. Daisy Lemonade: $8,282,945 (2nd Weekend) (-40%)
6. MST3K: Expedecade: $6,208,935 (1st Weekend)
7. Russian Roulette: $2,865,688 (4th Weekend) (-44%)
8. Second to Singapore: $2,505,492 (7th Weekend) (-25%)
9. Scrooge McDuck- IMAX Special Edition: $2,408,142 (3rd Weekend) (-38%)

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