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Thanksgiving Weekend Thread: ESTIMATES (Page 40) | Ralph 55.7M (84.5M Total) | Creed II 35.3M (55.8M Total) | The Grinch 30.2M | Grindelwald 29.7M | Robin Hood 9.1M (14.2M Total) | AMAZING BLACK FRIDAY SALE

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Wreck-It Ralph also did come before Frozen and since then no Disney Animated Film has gone bellow $600M. I do believe Disney saw more potential with the film hence why it's got a sequel relatively soon compared to say how long Pixar waits to make their sequels. I mean 6 years seems long but remembering it takes 4 years usually in production for a Disney Animated Film as well as the fact Rich Moore had to stop to go help out on Zootopia. 

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38 minutes ago, MCKillswitch123 said:

Shame that Ralph might not hit its potential 5-day Thanksgiving OW record for animation given frontloadeness (I believe Frozen holds that record at 93M), but, for a sequel to the lowest grossing of all of Disney's films since the 3D Renaissance era started with Tangled - 2011's Winnie The Pooh notwithstanding, obviously - it's doing phenomenally well. Not too surprising, since the 1st teaser was hilarious and the movie's merchandising potential with the princesses and the Disney IP's, as obnoxiously self-jerking as it may have been, definitely screamed big opener/performer, assuming decent wom. But still, as someone who adored Wreck-It Ralph and was a bit bummed it didn't do higher numbers, I'm so glad this sequel is doing badass. (Even if the Frozen brand is somewhat overexposed, the sky is the limit for Frozen 2, now.)

considering Wreck-It Ralph was one of the lowest grossing ones I think it's clear they had an idea for sequel & that's why they did it. But it's overpeformance is really nice to see. I hear one of their next originals is something about Asia & dragons so Mulan but with real dragons(sorry Mushu) - can't wait for it.

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23 minutes ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

Creed II Thursday reported gross $8,649,290 from 3174 locs. Official numbers will be $8.85mn Approx. +12% pure Wednesday.

 

Total up at $20.45mn

Creed1 Dom was 2.61x it's 5-day.

If Creed2 Dom is 2.35-2.4x the 5-day owing to sequelitis, should do 143-146 dom.

 

21 minutes ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald Thursday reported gross $6,143,426 from 3877 locs. Final number will be $6.25mn Approx. -9% from Wednesday.

 

Total up at $87.3mn

FB1 was +92%, -6%, -44.5% over FSS

 

Gives FB2

12.0m + 11.3m + 6.3m = 29.3m (-53%) 2nd weekend

 

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10.5-11.0 is normal for WIR2. Nothing remotely alarming once you factor in nearly 4m in previews and that it's a sequel. WIR2 is locked to go over Moana's 5-day and surely a minority gave it that shot before the previews came in.

 

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14 minutes ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

Ralph Breaks The Internet Thursday reported gross $9,904,646 from 3639 locs. Official number will be $10.25mn.

 

Total up at $28.75mn.

 

Edit: There are still 400 theatres to report. Full day could be $10.5mn plus.

That’s one brutal drop for Ralph. Hopefully 11+ million is doable. And I need a record breaking Friday jump!

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Suspiria was something else.

Perfect movie for funny book fans.

 

mother! and Suspiria make a great combo.

 

Dakota was atrociously sexy in this, Mia Goth too.

Dr Strange buddy was her usual great.

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All i have to say about Robin Hood's Box office is YOIKS, and AWAY!

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RT Aud scores,

WIR2 74%

Creed2 91%

Grinch 61%

FB2 67%

Robin Hood 51%

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15 minutes ago, ScoobyDoo21 said:

All i have to say about Robin Hood's Box office is YOIKS, and AWAY!

It's actually doing better than I thought it would. Movie looks like trash.

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4 minutes ago, sfran43 said:

 

60-65 mill 5 day here we come 😀

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4 minutes ago, filmlover said:

It's actually doing better than I thought it would. Movie looks like trash.

Probably looking at 14-16 5-day and maybe 2x that dom for 28-32 finish. Pretty trashy bo stateside at least.

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After JW2 Dom , no movie has crossed 250 in any market (JW2 China did it but it released a week before Dom)

Venom China will be the first one since JW2 Dom.

Grinch Dom, WIR2 Dom and AQM Dom are not locked to go past 250.

Marry Poppins Dom can be considered a lock I guess.

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44 minutes ago, a2k said:

RT Aud scores,

WIR2 74%

Creed2 91%

Grinch 61%

FB2 67%

Robin Hood 51%

Wonder what's up with the WIR score? Seems oddly low, but I can't think of why there'd be any trolling going on for it.

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1 minute ago, MovieMan89 said:

Wonder what's up with the WIR score? Seems oddly low, but I can't think of why there'd be any trolling going on for it.

Even Smallfoot dropped down to 68%. Russians don't like animations? :ph34r: :lol:

 

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10 minutes ago, MovieMan89 said:

Wonder what's up with the WIR score? Seems oddly low, but I can't think of why there'd be any trolling going on for it.

I've heard Nintendo fanboys are not happy about it, and actively refuse to watch it in theaters because Mario doesn't make an appearance. Dunno if that's the cause for this though.

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    Movie Distributor Gross Change Thtrs. Per Thtr. Total Gross Days
- (-) Creed II MGM $8,901,000 -23% 3,359 $2,650   $20,513,000 2
- (-) Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch Universal $4,778,000 -32% 3,960 $1,207   $150,249,250 14
- (-) Green Book Universal $1,047,000 +15% 1,063 $985   $2,355,401 7
- (-) Boy Erased Focus Features $150,000 -25% 672 $223   $3,381,637 21
- (-) Halloween Universal $22,000 -15% 171 $129   $158,993,295 35
- (-) Night School Universal $21,000 -22% 167 $126   $76,735,280 56
- (-) First Man Universal $21,000 -9% 135 $156   $44,452,830 42
- (-) The House with a Clock in i… Universal $14,000 -44% 145 $97   $68,162,580 63
- (-) Border Neon $7,009 -16% 26 $270   $380,960 28
 

Rhapsody and Grinch both crossed 150 on Thursday

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