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Another $73 million needed to pass Jurassic World. Not including the probable increase that it'll get it with actuals.

 

Made about $30 million in the past week again without actuals.

 

It's probably not going to do it is it?

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5 minutes ago, scabab said:

Another $73 million needed to pass Jurassic World. Not including the probable increase that it'll get it with actuals.

 

Made about $30 million in the past week again without actuals.

 

It's probably not going to do it is it?

with actuals the lion king will make around 40 million from last sunday

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10 OS countries over $40m and Italy will be the 11th.

 

Among billion OS grossers we have this:

Avatar: 12 countries
Endgame: 11

The Lion King: 11

Titanic: 9

Infinity War: 9

Jurassic World: 7

TFA: 6

Furious 7: 5

Furious 8: 2

 

 

I find this data astonishing for TLK.

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It's impressive but not as impressive as Avatar and especially Titanic given the global market in 2009 and 1997. 

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1 hour ago, Valonqar said:

It's impressive but not as impressive as Avatar and especially Titanic given the global market in 2009 and 1997. 

Titanic can't even be compared to other movies, Saying LK is not as impressive as it is like saying the wealth of Bill Gates is not as impressive as Scrooge McDuck's.

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3 minutes ago, Omni said:

Titanic can't even be compared to other movies, Saying LK is not as impressive as it is like saying the wealth of Bill Gates is not as impressive as Scrooge McDuck's.

True, Tiatnic is Scrooge McDuck to all movies. 

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1 hour ago, Valonqar said:

It's impressive but not as impressive as Avatar and especially Titanic given the global market in 2009 and 1997. 

Sure. Titanic beats them all.

 

My point is that even making $800m OS less than Endgame or $900m less than Avatar, TLK has been able to manage very well balanced grosses among the biggest markets being all of them very big figures.

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1 hour ago, Valonqar said:

It's impressive but not as impressive as Avatar and especially Titanic given the global market in 2009 and 1997. 

TLK run is impressive for many reason.

 

1) It is number one in what 12 tracked markets on mojo already ? With an average ticket price quite lower than Avengers, if it stay like that in a year with EndGame and Star Wars.....that really good

2) It is from I heard a mediocre remake, those above offered all time great spectacle/movies.

 

It is either really  impressive or what EndGame did relative to Avatar isn't that much.

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I'm impressed with T:K number for it achieved it w/o much help from China. That said, anyone who posts a list that includes Titanic will hear "Impressive but not like Titanic". It's the nature of that beast that still keep everyone in owe and rightly so. :)

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TLK crossed 1.6B with actuals

 
 
Total Lifetime Grosses
Domestic:  $529,106,439    33.1%
Foreign:  $1,071,012,963    66.9%

Worldwide:  $1,600,119,402  
 
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Disney’s The Lion King roared $13.4M from 50 territories bringing its running offshore total to $1.07B, $1.6B worldwide.

TLK say 15 to come from dom (after 4.1 weekend) with good legs and 30-35 more OS for 1645-1650 ww .... 21-26 short of JW1.

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Aug 11    863.84  (+95.23)

Aug 18    940.88  (+77.04)

Aug 25  1000.78  (+59.89)

Sept  1  1046.33  (+45.55)

Sept  8  1071.01  (+24.68)

 

I think $1115m or so, about 45 more.

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On 9/8/2019 at 3:49 PM, peludo said:

10 OS countries over $40m and Italy will be the 11th.

 

Among billion OS grossers we have this:

Avatar: 12 countries
Endgame: 11

The Lion King: 11

Titanic: 9

Infinity War: 9

Jurassic World: 7

TFA: 6

Furious 7: 5

Furious 8: 2

 

 

I find this data astonishing for TLK.

Another crazy stat.

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15 hours ago, a2k said:

TLK say 15 to come from dom (after 4.1 weekend) with good legs and 30-35 more OS for 1645-1650 ww .... 21-26 short of JW1.

15M domestically sounds reasonable.

4.2 of its OS weekend comes from Italy, where it's going to do like 7M more.

1.8 from Japan, where the film should add 10M more.

The remaining 7.4 comes from leggy European markets, so say 25M more (not more cause the bad weather kind of inflated its weekend gross).

We have 1.600+15+7+10+25 = 1657M

At this point of its run finding an extra 15M is very very difficult. LK needs to be endgamed to overtake JW.

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Total Lifetime Grosses
Domestic:  $533,992,775    33.0%
Foreign:  $1,083,000,000    67.0%

Worldwide:  $1,616,992,775  

 

 

Seriously except for China's number and USA number, this film has legendary gross at any level  .

 

Added another 12m 

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2 minutes ago, Thanos Legion said:

Over 1.1 OS with the highest market at 120 is just a bonkers distribution. 

in the same level of iw and tfa

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