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23 hours ago, Eric Smith said:

Scream Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-15 and Counting

  Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold
TOTALS 0 27 275 6254 4.40%

 

Total Seats Sold Today: 10

 

Comp

0.811x of A Quiet Place Part II Thu+Fri T-15 (15.71M)

3.767x of The Conjuring 3 T-15 (36.94M)

Scream Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-14 and Counting

  Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold
TOTALS 0 27 284 6254 4.54%

 

Total Seats Sold Today: 9

 

Comp

0.763x of A Quiet Place Part II Thu+Fri T-14 (14.79M)

3.595x of The Conjuring 3 T-14 (35.25M)

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12 hours ago, el sid said:

Out of curiosity (I can't help doing it ;)) and because it only takes a few minutes:
 

Scream had today 502 sold tickets for Thursday, Jan 13 (14 days to go).
Comps: The Forever Purge had on Thursday for Thursday (= 0 days left) 241 sold tickets,
Halloween Kills had 9 days before 315 sold tickets for Thursday

and AQP II had also 9 days before 402 sold tickets for Thursday.
Both HK and AQP II had good jumps in their last week and to stay on that level Scream would need nice increases in a week but so far the presales for Scream look good in my theaters. Additionally e.g. in the AMC in LA 7 showtimes were added (from 2 to 9).

And for Friday, Jan 14 (15 days to go) it has today 205 sold tickets.
Comp: Halloween Kills had 10 days before 353 sold tickets for Friday.

Thanks for sharing. It all looks promising :) 

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On 12/24/2021 at 8:52 AM, katnisscinnaplex said:

US showtime sample 12/24 weekend

 

Movie Theaters Shows Change Standard PLF IMAX 3D
Spider-Man 3,466 91,095 -55.87% 77,525 13,570 1,997 5,743
Sing 2 3,331 55,966   53,323 2,643 0 2,297
Matrix 4 3,054 38,807   36,024 2,783 1,675 0
King's Man 2,800 29,915   29,825 90 0 0
American Underdog 2,610 24,667 1182.74% 24,616 51 0 0
Encanto 2,433 19,202 -47.79% 19,160 42 0 16
Journal for Jordan 2,055 19,572   19,535 37 0 0
Ghostbusters:Afterlife 1,507 7,038 -77.63% 7,021 17 0 0
West Side Story 2,466 17,531 -38.29% 17,503 28 0 0
Licorice Pizza 744 7,164   7,164 0 0 0
Nightmare Alley 1,927 13,554 -45.61% 13,520 34 0 0
House of Gucci 631 2,407 -83.82% 2,407 0 0 0
Eternals 261 891 -93.89% 886 5 0 0
Clifford 79 486 -90.04% 486 0 0 0
Red Rocket 374 3,341   3,341 0 0 0
83 446 3,482   3,406 76 0 76
Shyam Singha Roy 231 1,372   1,372 0 0 0

 

Spider-Man loses the 40k preview shows, otherwise down 45% in weekend shows.   Brutal cuts for Gucci, Eternals and Clifford.  Dune, Venom, Belfast, French Dispatch, King Richard and No Time to Die all dropped below 50 theaters in my sample.

 

Future releases

 

T-2 Week Previews

The 355 - 1,846 (1,191)

RRR - 2,050 (526)

 

T-3 Week Previews

Belle - 1,258 (767)

Scream - 3,888 (1,802)

US showtime sample 12/31 weekend

 

Movie Theaters Shows Change Standard PLF IMAX
Spider-Man 3,515 98,882 8.55% 84,401 14,481 3,541
Sing 2 3,353 59,339 6.03% 57,673 1,666 0
Matrix 4 3,046 34,728 -10.51% 33,898 830 0
King's Man 2,834 30,696 2.61% 30,606 90 0
American Underdog 2,655 30,374 23.14% 30,303 71 0
Journal for Jordan 2,077 21,665 10.69% 21,628 37 0
West Side Story 2,368 17,002 -3.02% 16,978 24 0
Encanto 2,053 15,211 -20.78% 15,176 35 0
Nightmare Alley 1,681 9,484 -30.03% 9,463 21 0
Ghostbusters:Afterlife 1,436 9,148 29.98% 9,137 11 0
Licorice Pizza 746 8,105 13.14% 8,105 0 0
House of Gucci 518 2,937 22.02% 2,937 0 0
83 392 2,927 -15.94% 2,927 0 0
Tragedy of Macbeth 200 2,062   2,062 0 0
Red Rocket 372 1,944 -41.81% 1,944 0 0
Shyam Singha Roy 194 1,216 -11.37% 1,216 0 0
Eternals 141 652 -26.82% 652 0 0
Clifford 68 494 1.65% 494 0 0

 

Future releases

 

T-1 Week

The 355 - 21,633 (1,838)

RRR - 10,696 (726)

*RRR has 87 IMAX shows listed, 81 of which are on Thursday

 

T-2 Week Previews

Belle - 1,289 (786)

Scream - 4,141 (1,945)

 

T-3 Week Previews

Redeeming Love - 1,403 (1,033)

 

Morbius shows are just starting to populate.  I'm seeing shows for about 250 theaters so far so I'll hold off on those counts for another week.

 

OW showtime comps for future releases at same point in time

The 355 - 21,633 (1,838)

 - Last Night in Soho - 20,306 (1,787)

 - Many Saints of Newark - 18,302 (1,823)

 - House of Gucci - 19,223 (1,835)

 - King Richard - 18.783 (1,835)

 

RRR - 10,696 (726)

 - National Champions - 10,875 (911)

 - Show Me the Father - 9.066 (776)

 - Spencer - 8,816 (703)

 

Preview showtime comps

Belle - 1,289 (786)

 - Ron's Gone Wrong - 1,353 (863)

 - West Side Story - 1,507 (613)

 

Scream - 4,141 (1,945)

 - Halloween Kills - 2,694 (1,368)

 - Addams Family - 3,759 (1,429)

 - Nightmare Alley - 4,252 (1,733)

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The 355 reminds me of The Rhythm Section, another long-delayed female spy thriller dumped on the market without fanfare. The reviews will likely be lousy too despite the cast. Impressed that studios managed to avoid tradition of dumping some D-grade horror film on the first weekend of the new year but I guess that's happens when the majority of the dumps have been sent to streaming.

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42 minutes ago, filmlover said:

The 355 reminds me of The Rhythm Section, another long-delayed female spy thriller dumped on the market without fanfare. The reviews will likely be lousy too despite the cast. Impressed that studios managed to avoid tradition of dumping some D-grade horror film on the first weekend of the new year but I guess that's happens when the majority of the dumps have been sent to streaming.


The movie poster commits the cardinal sin of saying “from the studio behind” a completely unrelated movie from 20 years ago

 

FF1-A611-F-4-F86-46-B4-B800-6-A7-F42075-

 

They may as well send this one straight to Peacock.

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1 hour ago, AJG said:


The movie poster commits the cardinal sin of saying “from the studio behind” a completely unrelated movie from 20 years ago

 

FF1-A611-F-4-F86-46-B4-B800-6-A7-F42075-

 

They may as well send this one straight to Peacock.

Jason Bourne was the one where they brought Matt Damon back after the flop Jeremy Renner reboot, so just 2016, but it's not great if that's what you're referencing. I feel like I have seen a lot of ads for it during sports. It seems like a spy movie, at least?

 

It's nearly the tenth anniversary of The Devil Inside! What a beautiful one weekend wonder... I honestly expected more movies like that in theaters during the leanest months of the pandemic.

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