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4 hours ago, titanic2187 said:

everybody are focusing on those remake or reboot like BATB and PR....

but neglecting the true spirit of hollywood filmmaking, which are originality and creativity, and recently represented by Get Out.....

Get out deserve more attention, those 30%++ is not bad at all, but should've been better or secure more screens if it wasn't for those unnecessary competition and newcomers like chips.....  

Deserves more attention? Literally everyone on this forum (including me) has praised Get Out and its amazing box office performance. You're the one hurting it by trying to make nothing out of it.

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6 minutes ago, Eevin said:

Deserves more attention? Literally everyone on this forum (including me) has praised Get Out and its amazing box office performance. You're the one hurting it by trying to make nothing out of it.

 

Not like GO has been out for a month, and we talked about it a whole lot when it came out. but I'll say this. Get Out was great. It has very sexy awesome legs. And I miss those leg pictures from last year.

 

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So happy that BatB reached that  $90M mark for its 2nd weekend. I guess it doesn't really matter - 88 or 90 - but it's just a good looking mark!

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2 minutes ago, RandomJC said:

 

Not like GO has been out for a month, and we talked about it a whole lot when it came out. but I'll say this. Get Out was great. It has very sexy awesome legs. And I miss those leg pictures from last year.

 

I made like three posts about how Get Out's success means original content is still alive and I got 20+ likes for each post, so needless to say I'm very happy with its performance.

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Plus Get Out has barely been released overseas until last weekend.

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Saw ChiPs. Not bad. Not great. Definitely laughed a lot in last 30 minutes.

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6 minutes ago, Eevin said:

I made like three posts about how Get Out's success means original content is still alive and I got 20+ likes for each post, so needless to say I'm very happy with its performance.

 

I can't agree more.

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Looks like BatB went up from estimates for all days during the weekend

 

            Estimate    Actual
Fri   $23,557,000    $23,602,097    
Sat   $38,286,000    $38,292,423    
Sun  $26,504,000    $28,532,197    
 

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BATB
F 23,602,097    -63   
S 38,292,423    -39    
S 28,532,197    -41    
WE 90,426,717    -48    
319,032,604

GGPR

F 14,921,144    -    
S 14,594,162    -    
S 10,784,982    -    
WE 40,300,288    -    

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BOM says March is already over $1 billion :bourne:

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So that is 4 straight weekends in March with 40 mil + OWs, will BB and GTIS be able to keep the streak alive, I say 50/50 and it's up to BB.

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1 minute ago, commonsense88 said:

So that is 4 straight weekends in March with 40 mil + OWs, will BB and GTIS be able to keep the streak alive, I say 50/50 and it's up to BB.

 

I think low $30m's for both, if tracking is anything to go by. 

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55 minutes ago, Durden said:

 

What a behemoth.It amazes me how it will,not on suprass TJB's massive take,but it will also demolish the 400m mark by its 3rd weekend...i keep fotgetting that this movies is s musical.It's mindblowing that a musical ,even if it's BaTB,can be compared to the biggest blockbusters.And not only in NA but across the world.

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BOM has updatead OS numbers for BatB

 

 Foreign:  $374,487,362

 

 

 

 

So new WW should be

DOM: $319,032,604
OS:  $374,487,362
WW:  $693,519,966
 

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Side note, Kong will most likely go over 500M worldwide with a chance of surpassing Godzillas 530M and it is considered to be a solid hit.

 

And then you have Jurassic World making the same amount of money on Opening Weekend Worldwide. Thats still so out-of-this-world crazy.

 

Sry for going slightly Off-Topic.

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WEEKEND OFFICIALS, SONY MADE IT and PASSENGERS IS CLOSING TO THE 100M Mark!!! FINALLY!!!

 

    Movie Distributor Gross Change Thtrs. Per Thtr. Total Gross Days
1 (1) Beauty and the Beast Walt Disney $90,426,717 -48% 4,210 $21,479   $319,032,604 10
2 new Power Rangers Lionsgate $40,300,288   3,693 $10,913   $40,300,288 3
3 (2) Kong: Skull Island Warner Bros. $14,670,653 -47% 3,666 $4,002   $133,747,891 17
4 new Life Sony Pictures $12,501,936   3,146 $3,974   $12,501,936 3
5 (3) Logan 20th Century Fox $10,334,390 -42% 3,163 $3,267   $201,644,986 24
6 (4) Get Out Universal $8,851,845 -34% 2,474 $3,578   $147,669,880 31
7 new CHiPS Warner Bros. $7,722,802   2,464 $3,134   $7,722,802 3
8 (5) The Shack Lionsgate $3,859,551 -36% 2,330 $1,656   $49,146,595 24
9 (6) The Lego Batman Movie Warner Bros. $2,100,951 -54% 1,638 $1,283   $170,972,203 45
10 (7) The Belko Experiment BH Tilt $1,878,370 -55% 1,341 $1,401   $7,648,935 10
11 new Slamma Jamma Riverrain $1,687,000   502 $3,361   $1,687,000 3
12 (8) Hidden Figures 20th Century Fox $753,140 -49% 640 $1,177   $167,015,012 92
13 (27) The Last Word Bleecker Street $520,802 +163% 380 $1,371   $971,866 24
14 (9) John Wick: Chapter Two Lionsgate $457,414 -61% 403 $1,135   $90,851,421 45
15 (14) Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Walt Disney $446,992 -11% 267 $1,674   $531,314,491 101
16 (36) Passengers Sony Pictures $397,472 +581% 506 $786   $99,886,692 96
17 (11) Lion Weinstein Co. $394,481 -46% 320 $1,233   $50,736,321 122
18 (29) T2: Trainspotting Sony Pictures $389,453 +128% 59 $6,601   $622,727 10
19 new Wilson Fox Searchlight $336,227   310 $1,085   $336,227 3
20 (15) The Sense of an Ending CBS Films $276,816 -42% 235 $1,178   $1,031,040 17
21 new Phillauri FIP $260,982   74 $3,527   $260,982 3
22 (16) A Dog’s Purpose Universal $258,310 -46% 299 $864   $63,397,540 59
23 (30) Personal Shopper IFC Films $214,655 +41% 107 $2,006   $543,400 17
24 (21) Sing Universal $209,575 -35% 228 $919   $269,687,885 96
25 (20) Moana Walt Disney $208,770 -39% 212 $985   $248,368,125 124
26 (24) KEDi Oscilloscope Pictures $207,513 -28% 107 $1,939   $1,762,138 45
27 (10) Before I Fall Open Road $198,518 -80% 351 $566   $11,906,308 24
28 (12) La La Land Lionsgate $195,343 -63% 212 $921   $150,229,030 108
29 (13) Split Universal $189,475 -63% 262 $723   $137,255,265 66
30 (22) A United Kingdom Fox Searchlight $187,253 -38% 159 $1,178   $3,521,425 45
31 (19) Badrinath Ki Dulhania FIP $139,808 -67% 93 $1,503   $1,888,366 17
32 (37) Song to Song Broad Green Pictures $136,747 +170% 80 $1,709   $208,322 10
33 (18) Fifty Shades Darker Universal $131,960 -71% 189 $698   $114,376,885 45
34 (28) I Am Not Your Negro Magnolia Pictures $117,504 -32% 80 $1,469   $6,640,337 52
35 (17) Fist Fight Warner Bros. $95,560 -79% 153 $625   $31,857,410 38
36 (23) The Great Wall Universal $95,135 -68% 158 $602   $45,009,415 38
37 (38) Raw Focus World $77,030 +59% 27 $2,853   $189,739 17
38 (34) Fences Paramount Pictures $76,093 +17% 111 $686   $57,642,961 101
39 (26) Moonlight A24 $72,602 -70% 62 $1,171   $27,685,071 157
40 (25) Rock Dog Lionsgate $60,968 -76% 122 $500   $9,235,312 31
41 (39) Paterson Bleecker Street $48,647 +1% 36 $1,351   $2,055,878 89
42 (50) Frantz Music Box Films $47,570 +154% 10 $4,757   $79,811 12
43 (32) The Salesman Cohen Media Group $46,485 -52% 35 $1,328   $2,295,569 59
44 (42) Land of Mine Sony Pictures Classics $34,283 -10% 26 $1,319   $298,572 45
45 (33) Fantastic Beasts and Where … Warner Bros. $32,784 -59% 88 $373   $234,018,657 129
46 (55) The Red Turtle Sony Pictures Classics $31,032 +119% 127 $244   $826,807 66
47 (40) The Founder Weinstein Co. $29,902 -37% 57 $525   $12,710,444 86
48 (51) Resident Evil: The Final Ch… Sony Pictures $26,307 +48% 17 $1,547   $26,844,692 59
49 (43) After the Storm Film Movement $23,500 -16% 10 $2,350   $72,692 10
50 (49) Neruda The Orchard $20,950 +3% 15 $1,397   $867,018 101
51 (31) Table 19 Fox Searchlight $17,124 -86% 33 $519   $3,591,047 24
52 (44) My Life as a Zucchini GKIDS $15,194 -45% 34 $447   $262,814 31
53 (45) 20th Century Women A24 $14,742 -34% 14 $1,053   $5,613,689 92
54 (47) Manchester-by-the Sea Roadside Attractions $13,085 -54% 23 $569   $47,660,579 129
55 (46) Trolls 20th Century Fox $9,674 -57% 21 $461   $153,694,574 143
56 (65) The Lure Janus Films $7,253 +102% 4 $1,813   $83,375 54
57 (48) Bluebeard Well Go USA $5,347 -75% 6 $891   $39,745 10
58 (56) Donald Cried The Orchard $5,032 -60% 8 $629   $43,042 24
59 (57) Jackie Fox Searchlight $3,996 -68% 14 $285   $13,949,845 115
60 (62) 2017 Oscar Shorts ShortsHD $3,974 -23% 6 $662   $2,833,441 45
61 (63) Love & Taxes Abramorama Films $2,789 -44% 2 $1,395   $22,775 24
62 (64) Mr. Gaga Abramorama Films $1,750 -61% 4 $438   $159,511 54
63 (54) Bitter Harvest Roadside Attractions $1,344 -91% 5 $269   $555,518 31
64 (77) My Scientology Movie Magnolia Pictures $1,296 -10% 5 $259   $18,574 17
65 (67) Contemporary Color Oscilloscope Pictures $1,134 -63% 2 $567   $11,655 26
66 (-) Sophie and the Rising Sun Monterey Media $754   2 $377   $29,059 66
67 (68) Tim Timmerman: Hope of America Purdie Distribution $658 -77% 2 $329   $87,250 24
68 (79) Pelle the Conqueror Miramax $353 -64% 21 $17   $8,718 10,323
69 (89) Apprentice Film Movement $52 -51% 1 $52   $1,678 389
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