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1 hour ago, Omni said:

If TS4 goes above 550M domestically, you'll be proven right. With 500+, you'll have a solid chance. People thinking it's doing 600/700M with disastrous LA exchange rates, 3D being dead and UK+Japan pretty certain to drop big from TS3 are just fooling themselves.

that is my concern. TS3 OS was driven by 4-5 countries all of which will drop. So I am not seeing 700m. I hope i am wrong. 

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6 minutes ago, keysersoze123 said:

that is my concern. TS3 OS was driven by 4-5 countries all of which will drop. So I am not seeing 700m. I hope i am wrong. 

OS will determine china (No hope in china) , Japan & European Countries 

 

Still $600 M overseas is very much possible 

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South America OD.

 

  • Argentina: 417.955 (!!!! boosted by holiday but biggest OD ever,  504% of Incredibles 2)
  • Bolivia: 29.605 (386% of I2, boosted by holiday) 
  • Paraguay: 4.912 (346% of I2)
  • Uruguay: 1.892 (66% of I2 ) 

 

In Chile is first, Perú coming soon

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23 minutes ago, salvador-232 said:

South America OD.

 

  • Argentina: 417.955 (!!!! boosted by holiday but biggest OD ever,  504% of Incredibles 2)
  • Bolivia: 29.605 (386% of I2, boosted by holiday) 
  • Paraguay: 4.912 (346% of I2)
  • Uruguay: 1.892 (66% of I2 ) 

 

In Chile is first, Perú coming soon

Yesterday was Corpus Christi holiday in Paraguay, Argentina, Brazil and Bolivia which helped inflating the OD. 

Uruguay otoh dont celebrate this holiday and next weekend start winter holidays so numbers will become huge bc of that and probably great wom.

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Amazing OD in Argentina. Even if it's a holiday, it's masive. Breaking EG OW record is sure for this toon.

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For sure seeing the movie this weekend! The best birthday gift

 

Latin America to Toy Story 4 = 🤑

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19 hours ago, salvador-232 said:

South America OD.

 

  • Argentina: 417.955 (!!!! boosted by holiday but biggest OD ever,  504% of Incredibles 2)
  • Bolivia: 29.605 (386% of I2, boosted by holiday) 
  • Paraguay: 4.912 (346% of I2)
  • Uruguay: 1.892 (66% of I2 ) 

 

In Chile is first, Perú coming soon

Latin countries never disappoint ...  tremendous start  

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8 hours ago, Sunny Max said:

Latin countries never disappoint ...  tremendous start  

Perú was 150k (I2 was 80k), I forgot to post it yesterday. 

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2 hours ago, salvador-232 said:

Perú was 150k (I2 was 80k), I forgot to post it yesterday. 

Hmm... 

 

thnxx  :) 

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12 hours ago, Asyulus said:

What’s WW range looking like?

I'd say...

400+/-25 domestically

35/40 China

200/225 Japan+UK+Mexico

325/350 rest of the markets (75/80% of I2's gross)

 

950M/1B total

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Third best OD ever in Mexico only below IW and EG. Already half of animation OW record.

 

2.5x from Minions OD

Nearly 2x of I2.

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@john2000 @superduperm ... Record breaking start in SA countries .... 

 

3rd biggest OD ever in Mexico

Biggest OD ever in ARG

Peru , Paraguay , Uruguay & Bolivia (record breaking OD by huge margin as compared to I2)  

 

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21:20 showing in Montevideo, Uruguay (2 hours left) - 648/650 omg we love toy story

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So $38mn Through Friday. In my experience, that would be 14 and 24 on Thurs and Friday respectively.

I am expecting 45-48 on Saturday and 40-42mn Approx Sunday. That will go for $125mn weekend.

 

Its summer and wom is great, can expect legs to hit 3.5x or higher as most markets are leggy ones. Thats bodes to $435mn or higher.

 

There's still Italy, France, Germany, Netherlands and Japan left. TS3 did $210mn in these. Expecting atleast $175mn from this, that's reasonable?

 

That will give around $600mn plus with scope of going to $650mn.

 

Domestic, with I2 legs from pure FSS, which faced Fallen Kingdom in week 2, will do $411mn, that's pretty much floor.

 

I don't think billion dollar is done yet. It still can get there.

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5 hours ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

There's still Italy, France, Germany, Netherlands and Japan left. TS3 did $210mn in these. Expecting atleast $175mn from this, that's reasonable?

Not much I guess. In Japan, because of ERs, even if it sells as many tickets as the predecessor, it still loses 45/50 millions. In Italy it will likely lose 5M for the same reason. And I don't know why the remaining tree should rise.

 

Though I agree that 1B is still in play.

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No daily OS numbers for TS4? Surprising, it's a big movie after all...

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