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Murder on the Orient Express

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17 minutes ago, BenedictL11 said:

$200M OS is likely at this point. Doing very well in many territories especially China!

 

Its dropping 80% screens tomorrow so it will maybe add 2,5-4 mill this weekend and 6-7 befire it closes..

 

But other countries are doing very fine no doubt

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Total Lifetime Grosses
Domestic:  $51,728,362    34.9%
Foreign:  $96,534,097    65.1%

Worldwide:  $148,262,459  

Varying holds due to the release of JL. A very good hold in Germany (-12%) and also good in Australia, acceptable in Russia. Playing now in 54 markets. 

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Murder On The Orient Express grossed $17.2m from 62 markets, driving the international total to $122.6m. Orient Express debuted in Spain on $2.6m, which is enough for first place in the market and 70% bigger than Gone Girl. Germany produced $1.8m for $8m, down only 18% from last weekend, while the UK produced $1.8m for $26.6m, outpacing Gone Girl by 18%. Russia generated $1.3m for $14m, 138% higher than Gone Girl. Next weekend, the film opens in nine markets including Brazil, Italy, and South Korea.

 

Source: Screen Daily

 

30M+ holdovers

It has SK, Brazil, HK, Japan, France, Italy and other small markets 

 

180M+ OS is possible 

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prod budget was 55, say 80 global marketing for 135 total budget.

100 dom + 170 os = 270 ww gives

100*0.55 + 170*0.35 = ~115 revenue, leaving a small amount for non-theatrical to cover.

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1 hour ago, a2knet said:

prod budget was 55, say 80 global marketing for 135 total budget.

100 dom + 170 os = 270 ww gives

100*0.55 + 170*0.35 = ~115 revenue, leaving a small amount for non-theatrical to cover.

 

75-100 mill profit could be the result after tv and streaming

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1 hour ago, a2knet said:

prod budget was 55, say 80 global marketing for 135 total budget.

100 dom + 170 os = 270 ww gives

100*0.55 + 170*0.35 = ~115 revenue, leaving a small amount for non-theatrical to cover.

 

21 minutes ago, fmpro said:

75-100 mill profit could be the result after tv and streaming

 

Could be that range yse, Captain Philips made 50m in profit (with 26m to the actor and director in bonus) with a bit smaller oversea performance, for a movie I imagine similar (Captain Philips had a 60m net budget with a 100m world release cost)

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16 hours ago, PanaMovie said:

Murder On The Orient Express grossed $17.2m from 62 markets, driving the international total to $122.6m. Orient Express debuted in Spain on $2.6m, which is enough for first place in the market and 70% bigger than Gone Girl. Germany produced $1.8m for $8m, down only 18% from last weekend, while the UK produced $1.8m for $26.6m, outpacing Gone Girl by 18%. Russia generated $1.3m for $14m, 138% higher than Gone Girl. Next weekend, the film opens in nine markets including Brazil, Italy, and South Korea.

 

Source: Screen Daily

 

30M+ holdovers

It has SK, Brazil, HK, Japan, France, Italy and other small markets 

 

180M+ OS is possible 

$2.6m from Spain is a really good opening. With holidays next week (December 6th and 8th are national holidays) and Christmas it should go over $10m, with chances to get into the top 10 of the year.

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