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Weekend Thread 9/28-9/30: Night School $1.35M, Smallfoot $850K Thursday Previews

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Cinemascores updates for major releases.

 

Black Panther - A+ 
Imagine - A+ 
Incredibles - A+
Love - A+ 
  
12 Strong - A 
Avengers - A 
Christopher Robin - A
Crazy Rich Asians - A
Death of a Nation - A
Deadpool - A 
Equalizer - A
Forever My Girl - A
Isle of Dogs - A
Miracle Season - A 
Mission: Impossible - A
Paddington - A 
Searching - A
Sgt. Stubby - A 
Ya Veremos - A

 

Acrimony - A- 
Ant-Man - A-
Black Klansman - A-
Book Club - A-
Dog Days - A- 
Jurassic World - A-
God's Not Dead - A- 
Hotel Transylvania - A-
Mamma Mia - A-
Midnight Sun - A- 
Night School - A-
Operation Finale - A-
Overboard - A-
Paul, Apostle - A-
Peter Rabbit - A- 
Rampage - A- 
Ready Player - A- 
Smallfoot - A-
Solo - A- 
  
50 Shades - B+ 
Alpha - B+
A Quiet Place - B+ 
A.X.L. - B+
Death Wish - B+ 
Den of Thieves - B+ 
Every Day - B+ 
Game Night - B+ 
I Feel Pretty - B+ 
Kin - B+
Maze Runner - B+ 
The Meg - B+
Oceans Eight - B+ 
Peppermint - B+
Proud Mary - B+ 
Sherlock Gnomes - B+ 
Skyscraper - B+
Super Troopers - B+ 
Superfly - B+
Tag - B+
Teen Titans - B+
  
Adrift - B 
Blockers - B 
Breaking In - B 
Chappaquiddick - B 
Commuter - B 
Darkest Minds - B
Early Man - B 
Life of Party - B 
Pacific Rim - B 
Red Sparrow - B 
Spy Who Dumped - B
Tomb Raider - B 
Wrinkle in Time - B 
  
15:17 to Paris - B- 
Bad Samaritan - B- 
First Purge - B-
Hurricane Heist - B- 
Insidious 4 - B- 
Mile 22 - B-
Truth or Dare - B- 
Unsane - B- 
Winchester - B- 
  
Action Point - C+ 
Gringo - C+ 
  
Annihilation - C 
Hellfest - C
The Nun - C
Strangers: Prey - C 
Unfriended: Dark Web - C

 

Happytime Murders - C-
Hotel Artemis - C- 
  
Hereditary - D+ 

 

Slender Man - D-
  
these are unreported:
Little Women
Samson 
Traffik 
Tully 
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WEEKEND B.O. FOR SEPT. 28-30

THUMB RANK FILM DIS. SCREENS (CHG) FRI 3-DAY (-%) TOTAL WK
nightschoolstill4.jpg?resize=500%2C281&w 1 Night School Uni 3,010 $9.3M $25.9M  $25.9M 1
smallfoot.jpg?resize=500%2C281&w=605 2 Smallfoot WB 4,131 $6.4M $23.6M  $23.6M 1
the-house-with-a-clock-in-its-walls-8t50 3 The House… AM/Uni 3,592 $3.1M (-60%) $12.3M (-54%) $44.6M 2
a-simple-favor2.jpg?resize=500%2C281&w=6 4 A Simple  Favor LG 3,073 (-29) $2.1M (-35%) $6.7M (-34%) $43.1M 3
the-nun.jpg?resize=500%2C281&w=605 5 The Nun NL/WB 3,331 (-376) $1.6M (-46%) $5.4M (-46%) $108.9M 4
hell-fest-teaser-poster.jpg?resize=500%2 6 Hell Fest CBS 2,297 $2M $4.7M $4.7M 1
cray-cray-e1534575265893.jpg?resize=500% 7 Crazy Rich Asians WB 2,347 (-455) $1.2M (-35%) $4.1M (-36%) $165.6M 7
predator.jpg?resize=500%2C281&w=605 8 The Predator Fox 2,926 (-1,114) $1M (-60%) $3.5M (-62%) $47.4M 3
white-boy-rick-2.jpg?resize=500%2C281&w= 9 White Boy Rick S8/Sony 2,017 (-487) $712K (-52%) $2.4M (-51%)   $21.6M 3
peppermint.jpg?resize=500%2C281&w=605 10 Peppermint STX 2,002 (-678) $507K (-52%) $1.8M (-51%) $33.5M
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I got...

25.1 - Night School (-0.8)

23.1 - Smallfoot (-0.5)

12.3 - House/Clock (nc)

6.7 - A Simple Favor (nc)

5.3 - The Nun (-0.1)

5.0 - Hellfest (+0.3)

4.15 - Crazy Rich (+0.05)

3.75 - Predator (+0.25)

2.40 - White Boy Rick (nc)

1.80 - Peppermint (nc)

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Peppermint’s had a decent little run for itself. Should make a profit on 25M budget once OS is rolled in

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A Simple Favour's leg makes me feel like watching Anna Kendrick feat. Blake Lively on the big screen when it hits theater here in next month.

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73.5 - Venom - 73.5

53.5 - Star/Born - 53.5

12.0 - Night School - 45.0

11.5 - Smallfoot - 39.2

6.0 - House/Clock - 53.1

3.0 - Simple Favor - 48.4

2.7 - The Nun - 112.8

2.1 - Crazy - 169.0

2.1 - Hellfest - 8.4

1.5 - Predator - 50.3

1.0 - White Boy Rick - 23.5

0.6 - Peppermint - 34.7

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Sucks to see practically everything decrease from early Friday estimates :( Although I think Small Foot and The House are gonna have a really really strong Saturday so I am think their official weekend estimates will increase. 

 

 

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Well, I’m not winning the Debry this week :sparta:

Pretty weak start for Old Man and the Gun. Maybe it’ll have more wide appeal, but that PTA isn’t encouraging.

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7 minutes ago, WrathOfHan said:

Pretty weak start for Old Man and the Gun. Maybe it’ll have more wide appeal, but that PTA isn’t encouraging.

David Lowery and good box-office numbers are absolutely inconsistent( 

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Just now, KeepItU25071906 said:

David Lowery and good box-office numbers are absolutely inconsistent( 

I’m shocked the PTA is on A Ghost Story’s level. This makes me slightly worried for Can You Ever Forgive Me? next month.

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9 minutes ago, WrathOfHan said:

Well, I’m not winning the Debry this week :sparta:

Pretty weak start for Old Man and the Gun. Maybe it’ll have more wide appeal, but that PTA isn’t encouraging.

It doesn't seem like the kind of movie that would set the box office on fire in limited release (these old-skewing limited releases hardly ever do). It's also not expected to be an awards contender beyond Redford (and even him being nominated is far from a sure thing) so I wouldn't expect more than a $10-15M total at best anyway.

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1 hour ago, Nova said:

Sucks to see practically everything decrease from early Friday estimates :( Although I think Small Foot and The House are gonna have a really really strong Saturday so I am think their official weekend estimates will increase. 

 

 

I wonder if Smallfoot could potentially be number 1 this weekend if the Saturday increase is big enough. 

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2 minutes ago, Jonwo said:

I wonder if Smallfoot could potentially be number 1 this weekend if the Saturday increase is big enough. 

I'm right there with you...there's no way I'd call a "weekend winner" yet til I saw Saturday...

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Those numbers are middling at best for Smallfoot.

 

Can’t help but think they were aiming for much more with that theatre count.  

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15 minutes ago, Krissykins said:

Those numbers are middling at best for Smallfoot.

 

Can’t help but think they were aiming for much more with that theatre count.  

It’s in line with WAG’s other September releases so I imagine it’s within WB’s expectations 

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16 minutes ago, Jonwo said:

It’s in line with WAG’s other September releases so I imagine it’s within WB’s expectations 

Maybe...they did give Smallfoot a production budget of $80M, so I'd agree that they were probably hoping for a $30Ms+ start (and even $40M) when they greelit the project.  

 

I mean, this is not TTG's $10M budget:)...

 

Edit: Speaking of Teen Titans Go To the Movies...I just noticed it hit $50M+ WW, so it has been a little "you can do it" movie...it's probably its last milestone...

Total Lifetime Grosses
Domestic:  $29,460,115    58.7%
Foreign:  $20,700,000    41.3%

Worldwide:  $50,160,115  
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Small Foot has a budget of $80M? Yikes. Luckily for it, there aren't any kid friendly releases coming up soon so hopefully it can have decent legs in October until November hits with The Nutcracker and Wreck It Ralph 2 

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14 minutes ago, Nova said:

Small Foot has a budget of $80M? Yikes. Luckily for it, there aren't any kid friendly releases coming up soon so hopefully it can have decent legs in October until November hits with The Nutcracker and Wreck It Ralph 2 

And the Grinch! Goosebumps 2 might be a threat but TBH i think that’ll bomb

 

$80m isn’t too bad a budget, it’s in line with most animated films. 

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