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58 minutes ago, Ryan Reynolds said:

http://deadline.com/2017/12/last-jedi-dwayne-johnson-jumanji-zac-efron-greatest-showman-box-office-1202230784/

 

‘Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle’ Swinging In With $7M+ Wednesday; ‘Greatest Showman’ Receives ‘A’ CinemaScore

Disney/Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi is eyeing between $16.8M-$17M

 

 

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Not bad for Jumanji. It should do about $13-$15 million for 2-Days and do probably $30-$40 million 3-day and do $43-$56 million 5-day, and do $38-$50 million 4-day with $51-$63 million 6-day. Finish its run with $150-$160 million domestic. Make some money back international. Sony will have a final profit.

 

As for Showman, that will see some backloading. And do $70-$80 million domestic  in the states and make some overseas cash back. 

 

Pitch Perfect 3 will be sucessful,and Father Figures/Downsizing will both bomb. Especially look at Downsizing’s production budget:insane::hahaha:

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4 hours ago, Noodlebug said:

I work graveyard shift, and they're making us come in Christmas night. Shit sucks, but yeah, a lot of us have abnormal workdays.

This is why we ban trading on Xmas day in the UK.

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8 minutes ago, Maxmoser3 said:

Especially look at Downsizing’s production budget

$68m! A shame that Kristen Wiig got dragged into this Matt Damon mess. 

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Lots of meltdown... this film is doing the expected boring run that everyone estimated.

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Is the 2M Amazon sneaks including in the 7M for Jumanji? That'be pretty bad. I know they said they'd include it in total

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1 hour ago, Alli said:

lol smith is having a hard time finding the right projects lately. let's not forget the masterpiece Collateral Beauty

He lost his box office mojo  :whosad:

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1 hour ago, Alli said:

geez the reviews for Bright are savage

Seems like David Ayers is just a poor director that has had some lucky hits.

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2 minutes ago, eXtacy said:

Seems like David Ayers is just a poor director that has had some lucky hits.

Don't forget the Max Landis script. What possessed Smith to sign up for a Landis script....huh

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Lmao Greatest Showman is fucked with that 84M budget.

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1 hour ago, eXtacy said:

Seems like David Ayers is just a poor director that has had some lucky hits.

In his defense, his last two films were based on scripts that he either had to finish in 5 weeks' time (including research time on decades spanning comics and characters) or written by Max Landis

58 minutes ago, Alli said:

Don't forget the Max Landis script. What possessed Smith to sign up for a Landis script....huh

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The bigger question is, what possessed Netflix to pay Landis 3 million for his Landis script? :qotd: 

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TLJ will struggle to do 700 million.

 

If it was good it would have flown past 800 million.

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1st viewing of TLJ:  REally disliked it:  5/10

2nd viewing:  Liked it much more:  8/10

3rd viewing:  Didn't hate it as much as the first or like it as much as I wanted to in the second.  Still have problems with pace, flow and writing and some of the character arcs.  6.5 or 7 out of 10

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based on my guesses for theater count losses for Weds + Thurs, I calculated this for Weds + Thurs.

 

- 16.5% - 16.91

+13.5% - 19.20 - 297.93 total

 

+11% - 2.00 - Ferdinand Wednesday

Thurs +34% - 2.68 - 21.09 total

 

+2% - 1.74 Coco Wednesday

+14% Thurs - 1.98 - 157.34

 

no change Wed & Thurs - Wonder

1.22 each day - 113.61 total

 

Justice League - 10% 664k Wed -9% 603k Thurs - 222.12 total

Daddy's Home 2 +2% 631k Wed - - 631k Thurs - 98.93 total

Disaster Artist +8.8% 594k Wed -19% 480k Thurs

Thor R -1.7% - 590k Wed -12.2%  518k Thurs - 308.67 total

Murder / Express -6% 493k Wed, -9% 449k THurs - 99.18 total

 

+5% Lady Bird Weds - 416k

-9% Lady Bird Thurs - 378k - 27.49 total

 

-23% -Wed -  The Star - 386k

+6% - Thurs - The Star - 409k - 36.97 total

 

+2% - 3 Billboards - Wednesday - 280k

-11% - Thursday - 249k - 22.36 total

 

-10.6% - Bad Moms - Wednesday - 211k

-16.6% - Thursday - 176k - 71.66 total

 

The Shape of Water +3% from Tues to Wed/  Wed = Thurs.

$282,000 x 2 + current total = $4,678,190 total

 

Just Getting Started

-53.5% - Wednesday - 100k

-10% - Thursday - 90k - 6.05 total

 

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Jumanji

7.4 + 6.72 + 2.00 = 16.12

 

The Greatest Showman

2.95 + 3.09 = 6.14

 

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Murder on the Orient Express and Daddy's Home 2 are both looking to hit 100M on the same day.  Probably Saturday, December 23rd, on their 44th day of release.  110 possible for Express.  120 possible for DH2 depending on how the new films hit.  If Jumanji hits DH2 hard, then scratch everything shown above.

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Jumanji is going to crush 100 million.  

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2 hours ago, Krissykins said:

$68m! A shame that Kristen Wiig got dragged into this Matt Damon mess. 

Pretty sure her agent said want to do a movie with Matt Damon directed by Alexander Payne

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