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CAPTAIN MARVEL | 701.4 M overseas ● 1128.3 M worldwide

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Black Panther at nearly 650m was a big surprise for me. Obviously overshadowed by its insane domestic run but I think it shows the overal mcu growth. Ant man at 409m may seem disappointing to some but it’s without being prominently featured in an avengers film and only a minor role in civil war. I think 550m is my guess for OS

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43 minutes ago, John Marston said:

400m range. Captain Marvel hasn't been introduced in a previous movie like Black Panther did which probably helped that movie overseas

But she was introduced in the midcredit scene for A:IW (well, only her logo - but it created huge interest for the character online) and will have a big role in the next one.

She wasn't in the teaser for Endgame but if she is featured in the next trailer, this movie will get some of the best franchise synergy in box office history.

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18 minutes ago, Darth Lehnsherr said:

Domestic is looking good how's presales for OS looking?

Strong in SK. I think haven’t started yet in China but should in a day or two?   

 

Don’t know much about presales in other markets.

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On 10/24/2018 at 6:33 PM, Omni said:

I don't know why the first solo movie of a completely new character would gross just 10/15% less than the third chapter of Avengers and an insane phenomenon that attracted millions and millions of black people.

Okay, it's the pre-Avengers 4 movie and it has connections with it...but 600M is more than 30% higher than the highest grossing SH solo movie not named Black Panther (= the hyper hyped Dark Knight Rises). Isn't it too much?

Maybe by attracting millions and millions of women?

 

I'm not saying I'd bet for more than $600M but if the movie is funny and good enough and loved by everyone (fanboys and non-fanboys alike), then it's got chances. Otherwise, $400M is more likely.

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9 minutes ago, Quigley said:

Maybe by attracting millions and millions of women?

 

I'm not saying I'd bet for more than $600M but if the movie is funny and good enough and loved by everyone (fanboys and non-fanboys alike), then it's got chances. Otherwise, $400M is more likely.

yep it might get older women and women who are normaly not that into marvel movies to watch it. I marvel is normaly 58% - 42% this might go 45% - 55% and thats a lot of extra dollar + if this movie is good it has a much bigger pool of audience to pull out of than the normal Marvel flick. 

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The main reason for it to break out is the totally dead market, and the realtively weak competition it faces afterwards.

Still, we already have an example of a first solo superheroine movie getting strong reviews, being liked by audience, not facing much competition and attracting more females than males (52 vs 48), and that grossed 412 millions domestically. Which is a huge total, but still far far away from the crazy 600M some were talking about.

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Guardian of the galaxy 2 also achieved to attract females audience (F+25) a lot (56/44 split versus 59/41 for the first one according to the MPAA) and that continued on thor 3 (44%), Ant Man Wasp (45%) and black panther (45%).

 

Last 2 year,s Marvel many of the superheroes movies did play quite well on the female demo, there is room to grow and reach a 52-53% type (without loosing male in absolute numbers), but it was already quite popular among the demo (compared to the more geek need to have followed a lots of movies Marvel entry or a Batman V Superman that was 62% Male vs 38% female that had much more room to growth among that demo.

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47 minutes ago, Omni said:

The main reason for it to break out is the totally dead market, and the realtively weak competition it faces afterwards.

Still, we already have an example of a first solo superheroine movie getting strong reviews, being liked by audience, not facing much competition and attracting more females than males (52 vs 48), and that grossed 412 millions domestically. Which is a huge total, but still far far away from the crazy 600M some were talking about.

I don't think many people here are thinking $600M Domestic (most here are thinking high 300M or low 400M). The $600M guesses are for OS which idk if I agree with personally (still thinking $500M).

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              CM               JW2              AIW              BP
        Tot     Average  Tot     Average  Tot     Average  Tot     Average
T-7      11,214   2,242    2,845     711   17,751   3,550    1,768     295
T-6                        3,575     894   20,201   4,040    2,117     353
T-5                        4,461   1,115   22,713   4,543    2,508     418
T-4                        6,666   1,667   25,381   5,076    4,467     745
T-3                        8,942   2,236   28,832   5,766    7,755   1,293
T-2                       12,723   3,181   34,763   6,953   10,346   1,724
T-1                       18,099   4,525   47,133   9,427   16,386   2,731
T                         38,111   9,528   69,757  13,951   31,136   5,189

 

 

              TLJ    
        Tot     Average
T-7       
T-6       
T-5       
T-4       
T-3       
T-2       9,639   2,410
T-1      13,507   3,377
T        21,196   5,299

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