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War of the Planet of The Apes | July 14,2017

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$600-800M OS.

 

I think some people here are underestimating the Apes. :( 

 

But i think with the great goodwill from Rise & Dawn, and for people who don't want to see TF5......this could be one of the biggest hits of next summer.

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Wow. Those are really enormous figures. I love previous films, but I would be fine with the 500 million of Dawn of... In 2014 the ER were better and China seems to not be growing as it used to. I wish it can make 600-700 or even 800 as you are saying, but for the moment I do not see it. 500-525 is my range.

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Agree with Peludo. Dawn performed exceptionally everywhere, so matching that number would be very very good already. My guess is 550-600 OS.

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I hope this does enough OS to push WW over 600. Might need 440-450 OS for 600 WW.

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I suddenly lose my faith in audience's quality after somewhat disappointing domestic number, add in the much more unfavourable exchange rate, I hope it could still pass 400m OS, with china's gross would maintain at about $100m  

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Except China will drop a bit in local currencies. Much more in USD. This franchise has reached its peak. No more room for significant improvement. 

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War for the Planet of the Apes With $102.5M WW,

 

Total Lifetime Grosses
Domestic:  $56,500,000    55.1%
+ Foreign:  $46,000,000    44.9%

Worldwide:  $102,500,000  

 

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1 minute ago, the beast said:

How Is Its International Opening So Low?

The world under the era of Trump was so much stupider than before, perhaps it's offensive to see apes to have a better icon than human's leader, the GA rejected it.....

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... nvm

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Many big markets of the last 2 apes films are missing because the film started not yet. Australia, France, South Korea, Brazil, China, Mexico (?), Japan, Germany...

 

The UK numbers would be interesting, in comparison with "Dawn"

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Internationally, the film brought in an estimated $46 million from 61 markets. Among the openings, the UK lead the way with an estimated $9.5 million debut followed by Russia ($5m) and Spain ($3.4m). By comparison, Dawn debuted with $14.8 million in the UK, $9.8 million in Russia and $4.6 million in Spain as Apes fever seems to be down across the globe.

 

So WW 600 is gone, that's really disappointed, after this great reviews, this movie deserves better numbers.

 

 

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50 minutes ago, Blaze Heatnix said:

500 million worlwide should be the magic number for this movie. 

 

Yes 490 to 530m should be expected, 21% lost in exchange rate, 10-15% lost from regular franchise fatigue would lead to around those number. A bit similar to Apocalypse from Days of future past, that show how extraordinary Guardian of the Galaxy 2 run was, to achieve to make more than the first, with the same exchange rate and a bit better in China I would imagine it would have flirted with the billion.

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