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Lmao at Equalizer having added theaters this week just to 100% ensure Sony wouldn't have a headache getting it past 100m and/or the original.

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Looking at last year’s three day weekend increases for the well-liked and high grossing holderovers (Dunkirk, SMH, DM3 and WW), it would seem CRA has a chance at reaching $30M for the three day and maybe even reach $35M over the four day weekend. Then again, it’s Labor Day weekend and films just don’t gross that much on that weekend. Still, it would be great if CRA’s three day gross this weekend is higher than its first three day weekend gross.

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4 minutes ago, LonePirate said:

Looking at last year’s three day weekend increases for the well-liked and high grossing holderovers (Dunkirk, SMH, DM3 and WW), it would seem CRA has a chance at reaching $30M for the three day and maybe even reach $35M over the four day weekend. Then again, it’s Labor Day weekend and films just don’t gross that much on that weekend. Still, it would be great if CRA’s three day gross this weekend is higher than its first three day weekend gross.

Last year had a hurricane so the pre-LD weekend was noticeably deflated. Not the case this year. Although I do think CRA will increase if only because it's likely to add a few more hundred theaters. Would be really surprised with more than a 28m three-day though.

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Lots of big milestones coming up for Labor Day weekend.

  • Crazy Rich Asians and The Equalizer 2 will both cross $100M
  • Mission Impossible: Fallout will cross $200M
  • The Incredibles 2 will cross $600M

Summer is ending with plenty to celebrate this year.

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41 minutes ago, MrPink said:

 

Crumbling.

 

Box Office made the mistake

Edited by KeepItU25071906

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2 hours ago, Maxmoser3 said:

It does have a shot but we need to see how it does in September first. 

Are you fycking kidding me with this shit? It had a sub 6% drop. In this day in age, that’s unheard of. Stop melting down bc Saturday was a little overestimated.

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7 hours ago, Brainbug said:

Imagine the forums when someone would have said at the beginning of the year that The Meg would have a higher worldwide gross than Solo. And yet, here we are.

 

The numbers were beyond underwhelming but it was the perfect storm of circumstances for a "Star Wars" film in a Summer frame to perform that poorly.   Yet it's Domestic Gross is much better than several Marvel Origin Titles (Hulk, Cap 1, Thor 1, Ant-man).   So had they kept the budget on point, it would be a different story.  Going Forward the Spin-offs can still work but they have to be "Small" Star Wars Films not "Episode" like budgets.  They spent Episode numbers on "Rogue One" and "Solo".   But that's crazy that "The Meg" beat a "Star Wars" movie WW in the Summer at that.  There's a first time for everything.  I'm happy for "The Meg" because it did get a lot of bad press before it opened that it was going to under-perform or even possibly bomb. 

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Man, Disney having 4 600m grossers in the span of 8 months is incredible!!

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2 minutes ago, eddyxx said:

Man, Disney having 4 600m grossers in the span of 8 months is incredible!!

Avatar saga having 4 $4b grossers in 5 years is incredible - eddyxx circa 2025 march

Edited by IronJimbo

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