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I have TLK closing at $1.668 Billion. So Jurassic World is perfectly in range.

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A small update from The Netherlands: The Lion King dropped a mere 3.3% this week (Thu-Wed): €4.2M from €4.3M last week. 

 

Its total is now €21.7M, which is 3rd all-time behind Bohemian Rhapsody (€21.9M) and Titanic (€23.6M).

 

Summer vacation in The Netherlands will only gradually end in the next 3 weeks, so it should not have any problem becoming #1 by a significant margin.

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5 hours ago, Tesseract said:

A small update from The Netherlands: The Lion King dropped a mere 3.3% this week (Thu-Wed): €4.2M from €4.3M last week. 

 

Its total is now €21.7M, which is 3rd all-time behind Bohemian Rhapsody (€21.9M) and Titanic (€23.6M).

 

Summer vacation in The Netherlands will only gradually end in the next 3 weeks, so it should not have any problem becoming #1 by a significant margin.

 

Damn! It could do €30m there alone. I wonder why it’s over-performing to such a high degree. 

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Update from Sweden:

 

Sweden Disney 7/17/19 $4,199,095 36.9% $11,389,368 8/11/19

 

So it seems that the weekly drop was less than 20% (it made roughly 2.5m the week before last and a bit above 2m last week). My previous low end estimation of a total of 800k tickets should already be passed with this number. It will pass Endgames gross sometime this week as well. As of now I have no reason to see this going below 1000k tickets, and I can see it going quite a bit over that, with the aim I think should be Dead Man's Chest at 1137k.

             
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So possibly the highest grossing movie to never make $2 billion?

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14 minutes ago, scabab said:

So possibly the highest grossing movie to never make $2 billion?

Yep as a mather of fact also the highest grossing movie to never make $1.9B or $1.8B ;) 

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Posted (edited)
Total Lifetime Grosses
Domestic:  $496,107,985    34.6%
Foreign:  $939,100,000    65.4%

Worldwide:  $1,435,207,985  

 

 

Added 75m in the past 7 days overseas

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Just now, Charlie Jatinder said:

On track for $1670-1680mn closing. @Brainbug 😛

could the movie challenge 1,7 billion ?

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Estimated international totals through Sunday for The Lion King include:

China - $120.3M

U.K. - $81.1M

France - $67.7M

Brazil - $64.0M

Mexico - $50.5M

Germany - $46.0M

Russia - $44.1M

Australia - $40.4M

Spain - $36.0M

S. Korea - $34.9M

Japan - $31.7M

#TheLionKingDisney_LionKing_RafikiSimba_2019.png #BoxOffice

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Valonqar said:

OS is really impressive given totally blah China number. 

Sure. In fact, it has a chance to become the 6th film ever reaching 1 billion OS excluding China. The 5 films which did it are:

Avatar: 1.825b

Titanic: 1.339b

Endgame: 1.323b

Infinity War: 1.010b

TFA: 1.007b

* Numbers taken from BOM

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2 minutes ago, peludo said:

Sure. In fact, it has a chance to become the 6th film ever reaching 1 billion OS excluding China. The 5 films which did it are:

Avatar: 1.825b

Titanic: 1.339b

Endgame: 1.323b

Infinity War: 1.010b

TFA: 1.007b

* Numbers taken from BOM

And these 5 also happen to be the only ones that crossed 2 billion WW. The Top 5. :bravo:

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Just now, Valonqar said:

And these 5 also happen to be the only ones that crossed 2 billion. The Top 5. :bravo:

that speak volumes on how big the lion king is os

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1 hour ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

On track for $1670-1680mn closing. @Brainbug 😛

 

Quality will come out on top in the end.

 

If not ill use inflation as an excuse.

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8 minutes ago, peludo said:

Sure. In fact, it has a chance to become the 6th film ever reaching 1 billion OS excluding China. The 5 films which did it are:

Avatar: 1.825b

Titanic: 1.339b

Endgame: 1.323b

Infinity War: 1.010b

TFA: 1.007b

* Numbers taken from BOM

Infinity War missed, 993M with correct numbers.

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4 minutes ago, infamous5445 said:

China carried Endgame so hard.

yeah i mean its not like endgame made around 2,2 without china and 1,3 billion os alone around 300 million more than iw os-

china ..............

 

 

ps dont get me wrong china runs was crazy a HUGE INCREASE MASSIVE , that was the reason endgame could challenge avatar in the first place , but in just think that we need to appreciate the other 2 more than we already are

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Yeah, credit where credit is due. EG is #2 WW w/o China. So that's fuckin huge. It's #1 with China. That market is part of worldwide boxoffice. They don't go this crazy for every movie so it's more impressive when a movie posts such insane number. 

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