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WEDNESDAY NUMBERS | Dunkirk 1.96M - WW 0.28M

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About 28-29% drops for each. Probably in for a pretty rough Wednesday overall

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Not much to really say now. WW already did what we hoped it would.

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Really amazing Wonder Woman is likely end with almost the same exact total as Spider-Man from 2002 ($403.7M). 

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Really amazing Wonder Woman is likely end with almost the same exact total as Spider-Man from 2002 ($403.7M).


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Just now, Mojoguy said:


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Going to take a big theatre hit today.

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I think Han mentioned some schools in his area are starting today so the slightly bigger drops might play a part into that. Hopefully that means better Friday increases.

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I wonder will box office report going to still report WW's daily figure when it just gross thousand+ per days during mid-Sept? 

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3 minutes ago, MrPink said:

I think Han mentioned some schools in his area are starting today so the slightly bigger drops might play a part into that. Hopefully that means better Friday increases.

What kind of school starts on a Thursday

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Just now, titanic2187 said:

I wonder will box office report going to still report WW's daily figure when it just gross thousand+ per days during mid-Sept? 

Warner Bros. is one of the studios that reports daily grosses all the way until the end of the respective movie's run so yes.

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I wonder will box office report going to still report WW's daily figure when it just gross thousand+ per days during mid-Sept?


The daily reports should die down now that it has reached the 400M milestone

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1 minute ago, Ethan Hunt said:

What kind of school starts on a Thursday

 

There's a reason why everybody says Florida sucks.

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4 minutes ago, Ethan Hunt said:

What kind of school starts on a Thursday

Florida ones - my niece went to school for her 1st day today...

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2 minutes ago, MrPink said:

 

There's a reason why everybody says Florida sucks.

Schools start around here on Monday. Have pity on Han for being stuck in the worst part of the state.

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19 minutes ago, FlashMaster659 said:

44% drop week to week for Dunkirk...not holding as well as last week...

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Warner Bros. is one of the studios that reports daily grosses all the way until the end of the respective movie's run so yes.


WB gotta brag about WW for as long as they can.

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1 hour ago, TwoMisfits said:

44% drop week to week for Dunkirk...not holding as well as last week...

Kids and teens are going back to school, and everything that goes along with that. Weekday grosses are going back to normal levels compared to weekends.

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2 minutes ago, PDC1987 said:

Kids and teens are going back to school, and everything that goes along with that. Weekday grosses are going back to normal levels compared to weekends.

 

Then it will need to jump a lot more than 50% on Friday. We'll see how that goes. 

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