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MLK Weekend Thread: Glass - 40m 3 day, 47m 4 day| Aquaman passes 300m| Dragonball - 21m 5 day

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Monday

 

 
    Movie Distributor Gross Change Thtrs. Per Thtr. Total Gross Days
1 (1) Glass Universal $6,176,030 -38% 3,841 $1,608   $46,504,950 4
- (2) The Upside STX Entertainment $3,361,428 -24% 3,320 $1,012   $46,681,331 11
- (-) They Shall Not Grow Old Warner Bros. $2,636,233   1,335 $1,975   $8,340,072 36
- (-) Aquaman Warner Bros. $2,569,092 -20% 3,475 $739   $306,752,007 32
- (-) Mary Poppins Returns Walt Disney $1,947,635 +12% 2,810 $693   $160,648,704 34
- (-) Bumblebee Paramount Pictures $1,303,628 -16% 2,711 $481   $117,338,688 32
- (-) Ralph Breaks The Internet Walt Disney $1,093,214 +31% 1,936 $565   $194,361,885 62
- (-) On the Basis of Sex Focus Features $906,585 -22% 1,957 $463   $17,680,802 28
- (-) The Mule Warner Bros. $612,282 -27% 2,688 $228   $97,284,495 39
- (-) Green Book Universal $594,240 -4% 912 $652   $42,470,556 67
- (-) Bohemian Rhapsody 20th Century Fox $484,530 -27% 1,177 $412   $202,518,098 81
- (-) If Beale Street Could Talk Annapurna Pictures $428,429 -11% 1,018 $421   $10,912,908 39
- (-) Vice Annapurna Pictures $375,974 -21% 1,175 $320   $39,528,524 28
- (-) The Favourite Fox Searchlight $186,216 -25% 517 $360   $22,990,563 60
- (-) Uri: The Surgical Strike PackYourBag Films $160,878 -49% 117 $1,375   $1,958,847 11
- (-) Second Act STX Entertainment $141,789 -34% 1,051 $135   $37,922,241 32
- (-) A Star is Born Warner Bros. $130,892 -26% 415 $315   $204,801,596 109
- (-) Replicas Entertainment Studi… $101,933 -24% 2,059 $50   $3,767,177 11
- (-) Mary Queen of Scots Focus Features $78,200 -27% 405 $193   $16,117,284 46
- (-) Fantastic Beasts: The Crime… Warner Bros. $66,663 -16% 288 $231   $158,940,108 67
- (-) Instant Family Paramount Pictures $61,614 -18% 253 $244   $67,074,407 67
- (-) Creed II MGM $60,724 -18% 525 $116   $115,293,396 62
- (-) Cold War Amazon Studios $51,296 -36% 39 $1,315   $769,481 32
- (-) Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch Universal $46,305 +1% 174 $266   $270,266,480 74
- (-) Canal Street Smith Global Media $33,580 +3% 73 $460   $141,839 4
- (-) Destroyer Annapurna Pictures $32,880 -22% 50 $658   $668,951 28
- (-) Ben is Back Roadside Attractions $30,693 -29% 294 $104   $3,544,971 46
- (-) Perfectos desconocidos Lionsgate $26,504 -64% 132 $201   $768,210 11
- (-) Widows 20th Century Fox $8,483 -31% 76 $112   $42,321,217 67
- (-) At Eternity’s Gate CBS Films $4,080 -52% 26 $157   $2,160,901 67
- (-) Beautiful Boy Amazon Studios $3,817 +997% 23 $166   $7,634,767 102
- (-) The World Before Your Feet Greenwich $1,340 -50% 11 $122   $182,950 62
- (-) A Private War Aviron Pictures $878 +62% 1 $878   $1,632,716 81
- (-) An Acceptable Loss IFC Films $175 -64% 1 $175   $3,622 4
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Looks like Aquaman is heading for a ~$335M final, lost too much here and there to hit $340M+. Oh well, CW is still potentially in reach. We're definitely looking at at least $800M OS, which means it'd need a little under $20M more OS to surpass CW WW. Can't wait for Japan. 

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Trivia:

 

Last year JUMANJI was on 291.3 after a big MLK 4-day of 35.2m.

Went on to add 114.2, 3.24x the 4-day to it's cume.

 

TLJ had a 14.6 4-day and added 25.3 more (1.73x).

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I hate when people deny that TLJ had mixed word of mouth. 

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Monday was very friendly to family movies. I think Glass will "rebound" (dominate) Tuesday.

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On 1/20/2019 at 10:40 PM, Charlie Jatinder said:

No. It's 467 only. If they did that, it's an error.

Hmm, BOM has 1,236 theaters, the-numbers has 1,243 theaters, BOR has 1,250 theaters.

 

So what's the tea? Not sure if there is an error for all three. 

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8 minutes ago, Jiffy said:

Hmm, BOM has 1,236 theaters, the-numbers has 1,243 theaters, BOR has 1,250 theaters.

 

So what's the tea? Not sure if there is an error for all three. 

How ‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ Took The Town By Surprise Over MLK Weekend With $22M+

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What has impressed rival studios is the hybrid distribution strategy executed by Funimation: In some markets, Broly is playing as an event, in others it’s a traditional theatrical release with several showtimes at a particular theater. On its opening day –when there were no K-12 schools on winter break– Broly bowed at 1,260 theaters in the U.S. and Canada, boosted by 180 PLF screens and about 57 Imax hubs. Cinemark XD was part of that footprint. With Glass on its heels, Broly shed those PLF and Imax screens after its opening day and varied its theater count daily — its current location count is about 470.

 

Edited by MrGlass2
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