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5 minutes ago, Quigley said:

From ScreenDaily:

 

It posted chart-tipping bows of $1.4m, $600k and $400k in Sweden, Norway and Denmark, respectively, while it retained the top spot in the UK as it reached a local tally of $46.8m.

Comps with Pets in these 3 markets:

Denmark OW: 1.2m for Pets, 400K for Dory

Sweden OW: 1.226m for Pets, 1.4m for Dory

Norway OW: 778K for Pets, 600K for Dory

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Under 1 billion is possible with US and Japan winding down.

Inside Out only made about $60m from Greece, Turkey, Italy, Austria, and Germany (Dory's final OS countries).

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Under a billion seems unlikely to me. It might however end up below Zootopia which is an interesting prospect.

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1 hour ago, Mojoguy said:

Under 1 billion is possible with US and Japan winding down.

Inside Out only made about $60m from Greece, Turkey, Italy, Austria, and Germany (Dory's final OS countries).

Possible but very unlikely, like 5% chance. Dory will finish with $482M Dom without a Labor Day expansion, it needs $518M Foriegn. Without Japan, U.K., and the countries that opened today, it is at $340M, with about a small number left in the tank, say maybe $3-5M, so $343-345M. U.K. will end with about $52M and Japan with about $67-68M, which makes about $462-465M. The markets left excluding Germany and Italy, should make $16M at minimum or $18M at maximum making $479-483M. To get to the big billion, Dory needs anywhere from $35-39M from Germany and Italy. Germany should bring in about $20-25M at worst or $35-40M at best, since Nemo is the highest grossing animated movie there, and Italy should bring in about $15-20M. But realistically, it'll finish under Zootopia.

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Box Office Mojo and Screen Daily are reporting a $7.53M final weekend tally for Dory and an OS cume of $451.15M, so actuals must have come in way higher than estimates ($6.1M).

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With no Olympics or major Football events, Germany & Italy (other European territories) should be able to push this over $1B WW?

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50M combined from them should be locked. But with Dory, you never know...

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3 minutes ago, Olive said:

If Germany follows France..

 

France was the host of the European Cup, sunny days were finally coming after months of rainy/cold days and Brexit happened. Germany will be in a much better position ;)

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At worst, Germany plus Italy should provide $35M. Dory is at $930M now, if it gets the U.S. Re Release, it'll add $6M more, U.K. should also add another $6M, Japan should add $5-8M, the other markets left should add $14M at least. Putting it at about $965M without Germany and Italy. And with them it'll get to $1B.

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Germany and Italy will be huge for Dory cuz autumn releases do massive business there.

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Just a few months ago, I would have expected Dory to gross 30M $ in Italy alone.

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Turns out Dory is getting a re release in America, which will really help get it past $1B

Prediction

$488M US

$52M UK

$67-70M Japan

$20-40M Germany 

$17-25M Italy

$360M Rest of the world 

$1,005B to $1,035B

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17 minutes ago, YourMother said:

Turns out Dory is getting a re release in America, which will really help get it past $1B

Prediction

$488M US

$52M UK

$67-70M Japan

$20-40M Germany 

$17-25M Italy

$360M Rest of the world 

$1,005B to $1,035B

It's the same expansion that Monsters University and Inside Out got. I don't think it's going to make $8m more dom, as it's starting at a much lower place than Inside Out was before Labor Day.

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1 minute ago, cannastop said:

It's the same expansion that Monsters University and Inside Out got. I don't think it's going to make $8m more dom, as it's starting at a much lower place than Inside Out was before Labor Day.

I meant to put $486M, but didn't IO make over $4M Labor Day weekend?

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Swimming into Greece and Turkey, Finding Dory took an additional $6.3m from its 20 territories for $461.4m to date overseas and $943.2m globally.

Pixar’s latest took the top spot in its two new markets, as well as dropping only 3% in its sixth weekend of release in the UK for $51m so far. Japan remains its leading international market, adding $700k for a local tally of $64.2m.

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$10.3M OS week estimate, may be up with actuals tomorrow. Plus, it's Memorial Day in the US, may add up another 500K in there.

 

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17 hours ago, Purple Minion said:

$10.3M OS week estimate, may be up with actuals tomorrow. Plus, it's Memorial Day in the US, may add up another 500K in there.

 

 

*Labor Day ^_^

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