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12 minutes ago, Ryan Reynolds said:

Aquaman down, TLJ last year was up 1% with toxic wom after Xmas

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3 minutes ago, LexJoker said:

But last year Christmas was on Friday, so the day after was Saturday. What kind of movie only increases 1% on Saturdays? :winomg:

 

Christmas was monday last year

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3 minutes ago, Jayhawk said:

Don't want to wade into this too deep, but just for fact's sake, Christmas was on a Monday last year.

Yeah got that mixed up.

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4 minutes ago, LexJoker said:

But last year Christmas was on Friday, so the day after was Saturday. What kind of movie only increases 1% on Saturdays? :winomg:

How was Christmas on Friday last year?!🤔

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17 minutes ago, Ryan Reynolds said:

Aquaman down, TLJ last year was up 1% with toxic wom after Xmas

Last year people shifted their movie-going on the margin to discount Tuesday, the 26th. 

 

This year people shifted their movie-going on the margin to discount Tuesday, the 25th.

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Btw, Bohemian Rhapsody fans also interested in OS details, a few in my opinion nice details emerged (see International) 😉

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1 minute ago, sfran43 said:

 

some people missed the news about its qualiy?

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The most interesting and least discussed box office topic this holiday season is how The Favourite and Mary Queen of Scots are cannibalizing each other. The Favourite seemed like it was going to ride awards prestige to $50M or more based on its stellar first two weeks. Then Saoirse and Margot decide to put the drama back in the period costume filmverse and The Favourite is no longer the audience darling and probably tops out around $30M. The backbiting among British monarchs never ceases it seems.

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4 minutes ago, sfran43 said:

 

For a second there I thought it was $3 and 50 cents for Holmes and Watson. 😅

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20 minutes ago, a2k said:

Solid hold from AQM, should be 220-225 by 1st Jan Tuesday after an 80-85 5-day weekend. Gonna challenge DP2's dom (including PG13 gross).

If follows JR, which it has been following and at a better hold, it may reach 221m by 1/1. JR made another 55% from its total gross as of New Year (51m) to 80m. AQ just needs to make another 37% from 221m (if it reaches that number on New Year) to close 300m. 

 

However will still stick with 270-280m.

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38 minutes ago, Ryan Reynolds said:

Aquaman down, TLJ last year was up 1% with toxic wom after Xmas

Ok guys it’s time to start panicking. Looks like sub 300 million is happening. 

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1 minute ago, MrGlass2 said:

Well Aquaman has already beaten Warner records in many Asian countries. And unless its quality is like a BluRay leak, it probably won't be different from the effect of piracy in general for a cam: impossible to measure but likely very small (most of the people watching weren't going to buy a ticket).

Genuinely hope so. Honestly hope this is the case, but it is impossible to measure the impact.

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8 minutes ago, LonePirate said:

The most interesting and least discussed box office topic this holiday season is how The Favourite and Mary Queen of Scots are cannibalizing each other. The Favourite seemed like it was going to ride awards prestige to $50M or more based on its stellar first two weeks. Then Saoirse and Margot decide to put the drama back in the period costume filmverse and The Favourite is no longer the audience darling and probably tops out around $30M. The backbiting among British monarchs never ceases it seems.

Should the favourite emerged to be the award season darling over mary queen, Jan should be a great month for The Favourite.  

 

Like 3 billboard, it tailed behind Lady bird initially but right after award season in full force, attention shifted to 3 billboard. The film doubled its gross since then 

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43 minutes ago, Ryan Reynolds said:

Aquaman down, TLJ last year was up 1% with toxic wom after Xmas

The day after Xmas gross is right around 2umanji last year doing 17m with 11% drop

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25 minutes ago, DMan7 said:

For a second there I thought it was $3 and 50 cents for Holmes and Watson. 😅

Tree fiddy?

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Just now, LonePirate said:

The most interesting and least discussed box office topic this holiday season is how The Favourite and Mary Queen of Scots are cannibalizing each other. The Favourite seemed like it was going to ride awards prestige to $50M or more based on its stellar first two weeks. Then Saoirse and Margot decide to put the drama back in the period costume filmverse and The Favourite is no longer the audience darling and probably tops out around $30M. The backbiting among British monarchs never ceases it seems.

Yeah, my lovely love wife and I did a double-feature of The Favourite and Mary: Queen of Scots right before Christmas last week. I too was surprised by how the latter was considerably packed. The former was dead. 

 

Perhaps the fact that it is far from the light-comedy they are promoting it as helps. WOM of The Favourite isn't going to be as stellar in middle America.

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