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SING | 363.8 M overseas ● 634.2 M worldwide

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- $225 - 300+ million domestic 

- $400 - 500+ million OS

- $625 - 800+ million WW 

 

I see Sing doing amazing business domestically and grossing lower than Pets overseas.  No matter how you slice the pie, Sing is another hotshot win for Illumination as they establish(ed) themselves as the third biggest animation studio worldwide alongside Disney and Pixar.  This could be their big, critical breakthrough and truly designate themselves as true commercial and narrative rivals for Disney and Pixar.

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2 hours ago, CelestialFairyIX said:

- $225 - 300+ million domestic 

- $400 - 500+ million OS

- $625 - 800+ million WW 

 

I see Sing doing amazing business domestically and grossing lower than Pets overseas.  No matter how you slice the pie, Sing is another hotshot win for Illumination as they establish(ed) themselves as the third biggest animation studio worldwide alongside Disney and Pixar.  This could be their big, critical breakthrough and truly designate themselves as true commercial and narrative rivals for Disney and Pixar.

 

It'll probably be lower than Pets because it's got a staggered OS release with some early releases and some late releases. The UK where Pets did very well isn't getting Sing until January and only has 2 weeks plus previews until Lego Batman, still think it'll do decently but not huge numbers.

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Illumination/Universal’s feel-good “let’s put on a show” show is now playing in just 15 markets with a weekend estimate of $6.6M. The overseas cume is $17.4M. Tuning up early in this bucket of hubs to capitalize on public and school holidays, this is the soft rollout ahead of 35 more markets opening along with North America next weekend. They’ll include Brazil, Mexico and Spain. The Netherlands was a key opening this frame with a great $1.1M start at 142 dates, on pace with holiday comps. Germany held No. 2 behind Rogue One for a $2.7M weekend and an 11-day total of $7.3M.

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Deadline: Whistling a happy tune, Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures’ Sing has pulled in an estimated $24.3M in 56 territories through today. With a $97.8M offshore gross, the Garth Jennings-helmed pic will pass $100M tomorrow. It’s estimated that the worldwide total through Monday will be $281.3M.

This weekend’s gross was 32% bigger than last weekend when Christmas Eve and Day fell on Saturday and Sunday. In Australia, the catchy critters culled $3.2M for a $7.8M tally. Per Uni, the pic began behind Moana last Monday, but gained momentum through the week to currently outpace that Disney title by 12%. The opening is a record for an animated film in Oz in December and the biggest Illumination bow ever.

In Korea, Sing is at No. 3 behind local pic Master and the debut of Rogue One. The cume there is $7.5M. In Mexico and Spain, Sing is No. 1 for the second consecutive week with cumes of $8.2M in each. Germany’s total after four frames is $13.6M. Next weekend, Sing opens the show in Italy and a handful of other markets. Majors still to come include France, the UK, Russia, Japan and China.

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UPDATE: Sing is nearing the $150m mark at the overseas box office as a $26.8m weekend in its 60 territories lifted it to $143.8m.

Illumination Entertainment and Universal’s latest hit animation opened well in Italy with a preview-boosted $4m, while it posted number one debuts in the likes of Argentina ($2m) and Poland ($1.5m).

Sing also took over at the top of the chart in Australia with a $2.5m second weekend for a local tally of $12.8m, and still had five major territories to open, starting with France on January 25.

Source: ScreenDaily

 

France, UK, China, Russia and Japan are left 

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Illumination Entertainment’s animation Sing is on course to cross $400m worldwide on Monday after a $13.2m international haul from 61 territories propelled the running total to $164.3m and combines with $233m from North America for $397.3m.

The family release stayed top in its third session in Australia where $1.7m resulted in $16.2m. Germany has delivered $17.6m, Spain $13.7m, Mexico $11.9m, South Korea $10.9m, Brazil $10.1m, the Netherlands $7.4m and Italy $5.9m.

Source: Screen Daily

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Sing took a further $8.3m from its 61 territories for $178.6m overseas and $428m worldwide.

With no new openings, Australia led the way with $1.2m for a local tally of $18.6m to date. It opens in France and the UK next weekend.

Source: Screen Daily

 

I'm thinking maybe 315M+ OS and 270M+ DOM

 

585-600M WW

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Crossing $200m at the international box office, Sing took an estimated $23.3m from its 61 territories for $206.3m to date.

Illumination and Universal Pictures’ latest hit animation enjoyed a show-stopping debut of $13m, including previews, in the UK and also landed top of the chart in France with a preview-boosted $4.9m.

Sing is still to open in China (February 17), Russia (March 2) and Japan (March 17).

Source: Screen Daily 

 

 

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