Jump to content

Happy Summer Movie Season. Play the summer game.

WrathOfHan

Wednesday Numbers: Solo 4.9M | Deadpool 3.9M | Book Club 1.6M | Infinity War 1.5M

Recommended Posts

@WrathOfHan I didnt get to see widows :(. I went to go to the screening and was 10 mins late so they didnt let me in lol I had to see SOLO fml

  • Sad 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
15 minutes ago, GraceRandolph said:

My guess is NO. BOT being wrong once again - what else is new?

Do you really believe that or just trying to be annoying?

If you hate BOT how about you get out, it would do a lot of us a favor.

  • Thanks 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, RealLyre said:

IW losing the 3rd spot :sparta:

That happened last Wed aswell.

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
8 minutes ago, TalismanRing said:

 

Wednesday, May 30, 2018
 

<   
     
>Yr >Mo >Wk >>Next Day
TD YD Title (Click to View) Studio Daily Gross % +/- YD / LW Theaters / Avg Gross To-Date Day
1 1 Solo: A Star Wars Story BV $4,855,886 -33% - 4,381 $1,108 $115,168,465 6
2 2 Deadpool 2 Fox $3,866,312 -28% -52% 4,349 $889 $227,750,196 13
3 4 Book Club Par. $1,665,043 -15% -19% 2,810 $593 $38,954,573 13
4 3 Avengers: Infinity War BV $1,464,526 -26% -23% 3,768 $389 $631,091,923 34
5 5 Life of the Party WB (NL) $628,941 -22% -7% 2,937 $214 $42,291,227 20
6 6 Breaking In (2018) Uni. $448,990 -28% -16% 1,985 $226 $38,159,495 20
7 7 Show Dogs Global Road $371,400 -15% +23% 3,212 $116 $12,733,417 13
8 9 A Quiet Place Par. $299,939 -14% -21% 1,524 $197 $181,479,520 55
9 8 Overboard (2018) PNT $278,267 -28% -24% 1,196 $233 $43,294,928 27
10 10 RBG Magn. $183,000 +12% +5% 415 $441 $6,588,778 27
11 11 Rampage (2018) WB (NL) $97,310 -17% -28% 688 $141 $94,406,595 48
12 12 I Feel Pretty STX $65,444 -21% -52% 551 $119 $47,966,746 41
- - Pope Francis - A Man of His Word Focus $59,660 +9% -25% 385 $155 $1,364,185 13
- - Disobedience BST $48,628 -1% -20% 224 $217 $2,795,053 34
- - Black Panther BV $43,627 -12% -45% 440 $99 $698,838,368 104
- - First Reformed A24 $28,971 -2% +159% 29 $999 $574,866 13
- - Tully (2018) Focus $26,950 +2% -63% 191 $141 $9,044,555 27
- - Isle Of Dogs FoxS $26,672 -6% -34% 162 $165 $31,239,270 69
- - Sherlock Gnomes Par. $26,515 +17% +10% 298 $89 $42,697,644 69
- - A Wrinkle in Time BV $24,611 -0% +10% 202 $122 $97,785,103 83
- - Super Troopers 2 Fox $24,249 -23% -46% 221 $110 $30,009,930 41
- - Ready Player One WB $24,189 -22% -38% 241 $100 $135,787,203 63
- - Pandas WB $22,360 -6% +11% 35 $639 $1,679,862 55
- - Blockers Uni. $19,875 -20% -50% 197 $101 $59,480,360 55
- - Truth or Dare Uni. $14,990 -12% -43% 153 $98 $40,563,375 48
- - 2001: A Space Odyssey (2018 re-release) WB $13,880 -35% -66% 0 $0 $487,410 13
- - On Chesil Beach BST $11,234 +3% +155% 25 $449 $199,366 13
- - Chappaquiddick ENTMP $6,727 +2% -23% 74 $91 $17,298,105 55
- - Traffik LGF $6,040 -20% +14% 75 $81 $9,180,422 41
- - Game Night WB (NL) $5,324 -7% +24% 60 $89 $68,911,064 97
- - The Miracle Season Mirr/LD $5,276 -13% +13% 53 $100 $10,100,853 55
- - Tomb Raider WB $4,001 +2% -29% 75 $53 $57,417,577 76
- - Tyler Perry's Acrimony LGF $3,539 -36% -55% 40 $88 $43,471,330 62
- - The Greatest Showman Fox $2,777 -17% -35% 35 $79 $173,996,352 162
- - How to Talk to Girls at Parties A24 $1,746 +27% - 2 $873 $18,799 6
- - Lean on Pete A24 $1,564 +56% -30% 23 $68 $1,145,088 55
- - Death Wish (2018) MGM $1,271 -8% +36% 16 $79 $34,016,073 90
- - Beirut BST $1,192 -25% -37% 12 $99 $4,983,748 50
- - Love, Simon Fox $604 -44% -70% 32 $19 $40,819,370 76
<   
     
>Yr >Mo >Wk >>Next Day

A quibble but someone should really tell Box Office Mojo that Disney "Retired" the name Buena Vista for it's main theatrical  releasing organization over 10 years ago. It is now Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures,Inc.

There are rumors Disney might revive the name to release R and "Hard" PG films  it wants, for branding purposes, to keep separate from the Disney label. Disney apparently wants to get into the lucrative Horror and hard core action film market, but does not want the Disney label on the films.

  • Like 4

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, GraceRandolph said:

OMG its over :apocalypse:

You truly do have a lot in common with Grace Randolph. One thing being the lack of knowledge about box office. How's the $640-650M dom final bet going?:kitschjob:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I thought the IW number is bad but I checked the percentage comparison of last Wednesday number, turned out to be a better drop.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Book Club is expanding, should have a nice weekend to weekend drop...

NEW RELEASES
5 - Adrift STX Entertainment 3,015 - - 1
8 - Action Point Paramount 2,032 - - 1
10 - Upgrade BH Tilt 1,457 - - 1
43 - A Kid Like Jake IFC 2 - - 1
44 - One Sings, the Other Doesn't Janus Films 1 - - 1
> EXPANDING
4 6 Book Club Paramount 3,169 +359 +12.8% 3
11 9 Overboard (2018) Pantelion 1,228 +32 +2.7% 5
17 16 Ready Player One Warner Bros. 271 +30 +12.4% 10
19 25 The Rider Sony Classics 224 +117 +109.3% 8
28 95 How to Talk to Girls at Parties A24 103 +101 +5,050.0% 2
30 41 First Reformed A24 91 +62 +213.8% 3
31 44 On Chesil Beach Bleecker Street 88 +63 +252.0% 3
32 35 Tyler Perry's Acrimony Lionsgate 80 +40 +100.0% 10
35 42 The Seagull Sony Classics 52 +23 +79.3% 4
38 56 Beirut Bleecker Street 30 +18 +150.0% 8
42 74 2001: A Space Odyssey (2018 re-release) Warner Bros. 5 +1 +25.0% 3
> NO CHANGE
1 1 Solo: A Star Wars Story Buena Vista 4,381 - - 2
36 39 Pandas Warner Bros. 35 - - 9
> DECLINING
2 2 Deadpool 2 Fox 4,161 -188 -4.3% 3
3 3 Avengers: Infinity War Buena Vista 3,570 -198 -5.3% 6
6 5 Life of the Party Warner Bros. (New Line) 2,511 -426 -14.5% 4
7 4 Show Dogs Global Road 2,327 -885 -27.6% 3
9 7 Breaking In (2018) Universal 1,682 -303 -15.3% 4
12 8 A Quiet Place Paramount 1,156 -368 -24.1% 9
13 10 Rampage (2018) Warner Bros. (New Line) 502 -186 -27.0% 8
14 11 I Feel Pretty STX Entertainment 315 -236 -42.8% 7
15 12 Black Panther Buena Vista 284 -156 -35.5% 16
16 14 Pope Francis - A Man of His Word Focus Features 273 -112 -29.1% 3
18 15 Sherlock Gnomes Paramount 250 -48 -16.1% 11
20 19 A Wrinkle in Time Buena Vista 187 -15 -7.4% 13
21 17 Disobedience Bleecker Street 157 -67 -29.9% 6
22 20 Blockers Universal 152 -45 -22.8% 9
23 21 Tully (2018) Focus Features 148 -43 -22.5% 5
24 18 Super Troopers 2 Fox 138 -83 -37.6% 7
25 22 Isle Of Dogs Fox Searchlight 129 -33 -20.4% 11
26 23 I Can Only Imagine Roadside Attractions 124 -29 -19.0% 12
27 24 Truth or Dare Universal 113 -40 -26.1% 8
29 27 Beast Roadside Attractions 92 -1 -1.1% 4
33 30 Chappaquiddick Entertainment Studios 68 -6 -8.1% 9
34 32 Game Night Warner Bros. (New Line) 58 -2 -3.3% 15
37 33 The Miracle Season Mirror/LD 31 -22 -41.5% 9
39 43 The Leisure Seeker Sony Classics 21 -5 -19.2% 25
40 46 Lean on Pete A24 16 -7 -30.4% 9
41 47 Finding Your Feet Roadside Attractions 12 -8 -40.0% 10
<< Prev. Week < Last Year View Index Next Year > Next Week >
Edited by sfran43
  • Like 2
  • Thanks 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

More studio fare like BOOK CLUB, please. Gonna pull well over a 5x and fill single screens well after the megablockbusters have hemorrhaged interest. The midrange success is crucial to the future of exhibitors.

  • Like 8
  • Thanks 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
4 minutes ago, Gopher said:

More studio fare like BOOK CLUB, please. Gonna pull well over a 5x and fill single screens well after the megablockbusters have hemorrhaged interest. The midrange success is crucial to the future of exhibitors.

THIS.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Life of the Party and Breaking In are both doing well keeping hold of their locations, those great holiday holds must’ve helped. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Book Club is so far performing like The Intern but from a smaller opening. Likely gonna match its $75M total at this rate.

  • Thanks 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

In news practically nobody cares about, Chappaquiddick finally hit a 3.00 (unrounded) multiplier on Wednesday. It's only the second April film to reach the 3.00 mark with A Quiet Place being the other (which sits at a hefty 3.61). I Feel Pretty will become the third April film with a 3.00 multiplier, joining the group on Friday, probably.

 

Barring an unexpected ~10% increase on Thursday, Book Club will also reach a 3.00 multiplier on Friday, its 15th day. I Can Only Imagine needed 16 days to achieve a 3.00 multiplier. So BC's chances of dethroning ICOI for the best legs of the year are still very strong. The slight theater expansion this weekend certainly helps.

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

With Book Club it's almost as if they're discovering that every now and then your (grand)mother likes to go to the movies

  • Like 6

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, WrathOfHan said:

Won't You Be My Neighbor? is opening in 29 theaters next weekend. I can see it hitting 1,500-2,000 theaters at the end of June if the PTAs are strong.

you do know that only a dozen docs ever reached over 1500 theaters and six of them are about animals, four are concerts, and the other two are Obama's America and Fahrenheit 9/11. why the hell would a biographical doc have that kind of release.

  • Like 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
27 minutes ago, Krissykins said:

THIS.

Agreed 1000%.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
13 minutes ago, DAR said:

With Book Club it's almost as if they're discovering that every now and then your (grand)mother likes to go to the movies

I think a lot of people want a choice of the types of movies they can go they, instead of a steady diet of big budgets action oriented blockblusters....

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
10 minutes ago, Jake Gittes said:

you do know that only a dozen docs ever reached over 1500 theaters and six of them are about animals, four are concerts, and the other two are Obama's America and Fahrenheit 9/11. why the hell would a biographical doc have that kind of release.

Because it's Mr. goddamn Rogers, that's why.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use and Guidelines. Feel free to read our Privacy Policy as well.