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CARS III | 229.3 M overseas ● 382.2 M worldwide

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Cars 3 added $11.4m for $105.9m internationally as it starts to play into the holiday period. Pixar’s latest animation posted strong holds in the Netherlands where it dropped just 8%, while Argentina and the UK dropped 35% and 38%, respectively. Brazil and Japan both dropped 44% from last weekend.

Mexico remains the top grossing territory on $15.5m, while Russia stands at $10.5m, Australia $9.6m, Brazil $7.2m, and Japan $7.1m. The UK has grossed $6.6m, Argentina $5.1m, and Spain $4.2m. There are four key markets yet to open.

 

Source: Screen Daily

 

I think 370M WW for Cars 3

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58 minutes ago, PanaMovie said:

Cars 3 added $11.4m for $105.9m internationally as it starts to play into the holiday period. Pixar’s latest animation posted strong holds in the Netherlands where it dropped just 8%, while Argentina and the UK dropped 35% and 38%, respectively. Brazil and Japan both dropped 44% from last weekend.

Mexico remains the top grossing territory on $15.5m, while Russia stands at $10.5m, Australia $9.6m, Brazil $7.2m, and Japan $7.1m. The UK has grossed $6.6m, Argentina $5.1m, and Spain $4.2m. There are four key markets yet to open.

 

Source: Screen Daily

 

I think 370M WW for Cars 3

 

With a 175m budget that means it's probably just below beak even territory from box office alone, but even with a similar drop in merchandising it'll still drive big business for Disney overall.  Does a 4th Cars movie have more or less than a 50% chance?  6 years between 2 and 3, maybe 2023 or so for Cars 4........

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27 minutes ago, MattW said:

 

With a 175m budget that means it's probably just below beak even territory from box office alone, but even with a similar drop in merchandising it'll still drive big business for Disney overall.  Does a 4th Cars movie have more or less than a 50% chance?  6 years between 2 and 3, maybe 2023 or so for Cars 4........

 

It's unlikely there'll be a Cars 4 anytime soon at this rate, if at all, I'd imagine.

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im a pixar loonie...and i chose to pretend this film never existed :redcapes:

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Yeah, Pixar's golden age ended with Toy Story 3. Since then, just one great film, two good ones (Brave and Dory) and four (!!!!!) pieces of garbage. Very sad...

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17 hours ago, Omni said:

Yeah, Pixar's golden age ended with Toy Story 3. Since then, just one great film, two good ones (Brave and Dory) and four (!!!!!) pieces of garbage. Very sad...

post TS3

cars-2 crap

brave -mediocre

MU - mediocre

IO - excellent

TGD - crap

FD - mediocre

Cars-3 - what movie?

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CARS STANDS AT $269M WW,

Total Lifetime Grosses
Domestic:  $146,442,093    54.5%
Foreign:  $122,300,000    45.5%

Worldwide:  $268,742,093  
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Cars 3 added $8.1m over the weekend for $122.3m internationally. The animation posted strong holds in the Netherlands, where it dropped 10% from last weekend. Japan saw a 31% drop, while UK box office dipped 39% from last weekend.

In Finland, Cars 3 had the second best Disney Animation/Pixar opening day ever on Friday, opening at number one on $400,000. Belgium generated $500,000, while the Philippines produced $800,000. China, Italy and Germany have yet to release. Mexico is the top market on $15.5m.

 

Source: Screen Daily

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6 hours ago, kayumanggi said:

Does this still have territories left?

Germany opens next week.

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i think the 150+ dom was a fair result even if a little low. cars2 had an impact and was hoping it did 170 dom but 150+ is fine.

 

OS though is just sad. China's $20m total is less than Smurfs3's $25.5m. Should have done $50m odd in China and improvements in other markets for

150 dom + 250 os-china + 50 china = 400 ww. that was the minimum expectation from cars3 and it failed in OS badly.

 

right now it's looking at 153 dom + 202 os-china + 20 china = 375 ww. (assuming $9-10m from Germany)

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1 hour ago, a2knet said:

i think the 150+ dom was a fair result even if a little low. cars2 had an impact and was hoping it did 170 dom but 150+ is fine.

 

OS though is just sad. China's $20m total is less than Smurfs3's $25.5m. Should have done $50m odd in China and improvements in other markets for

150 dom + 250 os-china + 50 china = 400 ww. that was the minimum expectation from cars3 and it failed in OS badly.

 

right now it's looking at 153 dom + 202 os-china + 20 china = 375 ww. (assuming $9-10m from Germany)

If it had taken Emojis release date it likely would have made 170m+. They took a gamble, and lost 

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Cars 3, which grossed $3.1m from 17 territories over the weekend, now stands at $209.1m internationally and $361.5m worldwide. In Italy, Cars 3 held the number one position for the weekend and stands at $7m after 11 days. The animation has no new openings this week.

China is the top territory on $20.7m, followed closely by France $18.9m, Japan $16m, Mexico $15.6m, and the UK on $15m. The animation will debut in its final international territories this week, Germany and Austria.

 
 

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