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BOP only has 6 tickets sold for Thursday at my local, and 2 more for Friday. This seems really, really poor if I'm being honest. Good reception will definitely help, but this is going to surely rely on walk-ups. 

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18 minutes ago, BestPicturePlutoNash said:

Rhythm Section begins in 4 minutes and so far has sold 3 tickets.

 

At the AMC it has 15 and small local theater sold 5

The local chain has 16 locations in my state, a total of 18 tickets across all theaters for all shows tonight.  Hansel Gretel has 60 for comparison.

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Grease & Hash Browns Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report Final Count

  Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold
TOTALS 0 28 193 4,359 4.43%

 

Total Shows Added Today: 1

Total Seats Added Today: 48

Total Seats Sold Today: 121

 

Comp

0.450x of Crawl (450K)

0.995x of 47 Meters Down (513K)

0.465x of Ready or Not (339K)

0.965x of Countdown (497K)

1.295x of Black Christmas (298K)

1.060x of Underwater (530K)

1.221x of The Turning (519K)

 

Eh, it could be worse I guess. We'll see where WOM takes this

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The Rhythm Section Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report Final Count

  Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold
TOTALS 0 23 86 3,278 2.62%

 

Total Seats Sold Today: 51

 

Comp

0.178x of Angel Has Fallen (267K)

0.203x of Rambo (264K)

0.295x of Charlie’s Angels (266K)

0.341x of The Gentlemen (247K)

 

Well, everything points to around 260K, so I guess that's what I have to predict. Can't wait to look at Prey and Sonic later tonight

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Birds of Prey - MTC4
Opening Weekend Seat Report: T-7 days and counting
               
  Shows Seats Left Total Seats Matinee Evening Total Sold Pct. Sold
D-0 451 103,872 105,005 - 1,133 1,133 1.08%
D-1 646 157,562 158,500 204 938 1,142 0.72%
D-2 772 185,975 186,643 260 668 928 0.50%
D-3 755 182,685 183,097 191 412 603 0.33%
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1 hour ago, Boxofficerules said:

Is 60 good or bad?

I don't track regularly so I don't know (i just leech off of everyone else's work here, sorry 😶), more about how poorly Rhythm section is doing, less than a third of a PG13 horror movie which I'd think is one of the most walkup friendly categories.

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9 minutes ago, ZackM said:

Birds of Prey - MTC4
Opening Weekend Seat Report: T-8 days and counting
               
  Showings Seats Left Total Seats Matinee Evening Total Sold Pct. Sold
D-0 451 103,872 105,005 - 1,133 1,133 1.08%
D-1 646 157,562 158,500 204 938 1,142 0.72%
D-2 772 185,975 186,643 260 668 928 0.50%
D-3 755 182,685 183,097 191 412 603 0.33%

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11 minutes ago, ZackM said:
Birds of Prey - MTC4
Opening Weekend Seat Report: T-8 days and counting
               
  Showings Seats Left Total Seats Matinee Evening Total Sold Pct. Sold
D-0 451 103,872 105,005 - 1,133 1,133 1.08%
D-1 646 157,562 158,500 204 938 1,142 0.72%
D-2 772 185,975 186,643 260 668 928 0.50%
D-3 755 182,685 183,097 191 412 603 0.33%

Awesome stuff. This is HUGE. Another MTC plus you have data for entire weekend. That shows ticket sales are NOT skewed towards previews though overall numbers are tiny. MTC1 is more than order of magnitude bigger than this but that is skewed towards NYC/LA where the movie is doing well but its weak elsewhere for now. 

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8 minutes ago, DAJK said:

Gretel and Hansel starts out at 23% on the RT Audience Score. 3 F cinemascores in 1 month would be legendary. 

3 is weak. Just ties Oct 2000, and without even having a double weekend.

 

Rhythm Section has a 29% audience RT atm, let’s go for 4 :Venom:

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23 minutes ago, DAJK said:

Gretel and Hansel starts out at 23% on the RT Audience Score. 3 F cinemascores in 1 month would be legendary. 

 

Actually it started with 0%, but it did grow up a little, lol.

 

I don't think this is getting an F, though. At least, everyone is saying it's better than The Grudge and The Turning.

 

Anyway, audiences are less forgiving now.

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5 minutes ago, Jedi Jat said:

So when was MTC 3 started on board or are we skipping the 3?

3s are unlucky ;) 

 

Spoiler

We don’t have a Regal/MTC3 tracker yet, but I assume @ZackM left 3 unused because Regal is bigger than Cineplex.

 

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Birds of Prey Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-7 and Counting

  Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold
TOTALS 0 57 247 13,140 1.88%

 

Total Shows Added Today: 4

Total Seats Added Today: 482

Total Seats Sold Today: 68

 

Comp

0.235x of It: Chapter Two 7 days before release (2.46M)

0.229x of Joker (3.05M)

1.457x of Terminator (3.42M)

 

Adjusted Comp

0.686x of Hobbs & Shaw (3.98M)

 

Like I said yesterday, the movie is catching up on lost ground due to its early pre-sales start. I'll admit I would have liked a bigger jump, and the tepid presales from other people here does have me wary. But as always, it's hard to know the actual trajectory. Still not impossible for this to breakout huge in its previews. 

 

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