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7.6M OS-China. -10% from Monday. Pretty good.

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3 minutes ago, Sam said:

7.6M OS-China. -10% from Monday. Pretty good.

Yeah with Deadpool released in a few markets too.

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Additional international totals for Avengers: Infinity War include:

Japan - $28.5M

Indonesia - $24.8M

Philippines - $22.2M

Spain - $21.7M

Italy - $21.4M

Taiwan - $19.6M

Hong Kong - $18.9M

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After this weekend, IW will be only the third film to to ever gross over 1.2 billion overseas. 

 

Think will finish around 1.330-1.350 billion overseas. 

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Country

Cume to Date Tuesday, May 15 Gross
China $230.2M $13.3M
Korea $85.8M $0.7M
UK $83.9M $0.6M
Brazil $56.8M $0.6M
Mexico $55.9M $0.6M
India $41.7M $0.3M
Australia $41.3M $0.5M
France $40.6M $0.4M
Germany $36.8M $0.4M
Russia $29.8M $0.5M
Japan $28.5M $0.3M
Indonesia $24.8M $0.1M
Philippines $22.2M $0.1M
Spain $21.7M $0.1M
Italy $21.4M $0.1M
Taiwan $19.6M $0.1M
Hong Kong $18.9M $0.2M
Other $246.5M $2.1M
Total $1,106.4M $20.9M

 

Source: https://pro.boxoffice.com/avengers-infinity-war-global-box-office-update-china-domestic/

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I've added up all opening weekends from all countries (except US & Canada) for various movies and I am presenting here the ones whose opening added up to more than $250M:

 

Ranking Film Gross (millions)
1 Avengers: Infinity War $601.50
2 The Fate of the Furious $457.52
3 Avengers: Age of Ultron $429.01
4 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 $343.72
5 Star Wars: The Force Awakens $336.47
6 Fast and Furious 7 $333.76
7 Captain America: Civil War $331.20
8 Jurassic World $328.40
9 Iron Man 3 $314.57
10 Transformers: Age of Extinction $303.69
11 Transformers: Dark of the Moon $295.29
12 Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides $260.87
13 Star Wars: The Last Jedi $259.51
14 Marvel's the Avengers $259.08
15 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice $256.50
16 Despicable Me 3 $252.46
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I must note that "opening weekend" is defined as the amount a film earned up to its first Sunday in each country. The massive differences near the top of the chart are due mainly to the fact that each film opened on a different day of the week in China.

 

IW, FF8, HP7-P2, TFA, CA-CW: Friday

AoU: Tuesday

FF7: Sunday

IM3: Wednesday

etc.

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By Thursday, IW will become the highest-grossing Disney film overseas – surpassing The Force Awakens ($1,131.6M)

 

By Sunday or early next week, IW will have achieved the second-highest initial OS run ever, beating Titanic's $1,242.4M. However, including its 3D re-release, Titanic's gross is $1,528.1M, which is far from IW's reach, so it will settle for third place all time.

 

It is guaranteed to reach 4th place domestically and WW. It may also achieve 3rd place domestically and WW, but that is less likely the way things are looking at the moment.

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51 minutes ago, Quigley said:

I must note that "opening weekend" is defined as the amount a film earned up to its first Sunday in each country. The massive differences near the top of the chart are due mainly to the fact that each film opened on a different day of the week in China.

 

IW, FF8, HP7-P2, TFA, CA-CW: Friday

AoU: Tuesday

FF7: Sunday

IM3: Wednesday

etc.

Disagree with you the only films for which that is of any relevance are AoU and FF7 as those had extrem opening Days (Tuesday so six Day opening Weekend and Sunday so one day Opening Weekend. #1,#2,#4,#5 opened all on Friday)

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23 minutes ago, Quigley said:

By Thursday, IW will become the highest-grossing Disney film overseas – surpassing The Force Awakens ($1,131.6M)

 

By Sunday or early next week, IW will have achieved the second-highest initial OS run ever, beating Titanic's $1,242.4M. However, including its 3D re-release, Titanic's gross is $1,528.1M, which is far from IW's reach, so it will settle for third place all time.

 

It is guaranteed to reach 4th place domestically and WW. It may also achieve 3rd place domestically and WW, but that is less likely the way things are looking at the moment.

That is crazy!

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1 hour ago, Taruseth said:

Disagree with you the only films for which that is of any relevance are AoU and FF7 as those had extrem opening Days (Tuesday so six Day opening Weekend and Sunday so one day Opening Weekend. #1,#2,#4,#5 opened all on Friday)

I don't think we disagree. We are just saying the same thing in different ways.

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Some news from France :

 

767 431 tickets sold from May 9th to May 15th (only -27% week to week)

Total : 4 384 210

 

It just tops Ultron (4.33M total) and will top Avengers (4.50M) this week.

 

Top All Time Super-Hero movie :

1) Spiderman : 6 459 120 tickets

2) Spiderman 3 : 6 336 433 

3) Spiderman 2 : 5 335 224

4) Avengers : 4 505 704

5) The Dark Knight Rises : 4 413 773

6) Iron Man 3 : 4 386 939

7) Avengers Inifinity War : 4 384 210

8) Avengers Age of Ultron : 4 331 356

 

Projections for this week : 500k tickets (only -35% from 767k) thanks to Pentecost Monday which is public holiday in France (and many countries in Europe)

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13 hours ago, GraceRandolph said:

So is 2B happening or nah?

Locked. The thing is how this will fare against TFA and the winner will be decided at the photo finish , it seems.

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About 7 million Os-Ch on Wednesday for a -7.89% drop fro Tuesday which is very good. 

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21 minutes ago, ZeeSoh said:

About 7 million Os-Ch on Wednesday for a -7.89% drop fro Tuesday which is very good. 

Don't you think it's dropping a little too quickly? Last weekend was 81M but i think only 70 or so was from Fri-Sun. With the rate it's dropping now, it may miss 1B OS-China

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9 minutes ago, nguyenkhoi282 said:

Don't you think it's dropping a little too quickly? Last weekend was 81M but i think only 70 or so was from Fri-Sun. With the rate it's dropping now, it may miss 1B OS-China

What ? If nothing else all signs point to comfortably over 1 billion-China. It’s still doing 70-80% over the u.s in the dailies,with deadpool2 opening in many os markets, of course it wouldn’t keep up the frantic pace of the first two weeks, that almost never happens for any big blockbuster film.  It’s going to be at 920 -930 million after the weekend, how can it miss one billion ?

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Should get roughly 30M for the Mon-Thu frame.

 

Not sure how hard DP2 will hit it over the weekend, but I think it’s far enough into its run that drops will start to stabilize. 35M+ Fri-Sun IMO. 

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