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Weekend Thread: Friday Estimate | LEGO MOVIE 2 $8.5M | WHAT MEN WANT $6.6M | COLD PURSUIT $ 3.64M | THE PRODIGY $2.02M

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The Mule is likely to end on $145-150m WW which is another success for Eastwood and Warner Bros. Aquaman is in touching distance of $800m OS which is impressive. 

 

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1 hour ago, KP1025 said:

 

If the Upside can continue these holds, it may even challenge Glass for top January film this year. What a turn of events from last year, when Glass was expected to easily dominate January. 

Hmm, yeah, both look headed to ~110 in my book. Not sure which way I’d bet at this point.

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28 minutes ago, redfirebird2008 said:

WB really struggling these days. 

how??...they just cash a big hit...all their 2018 movie is in profit.....lego2 OW maybe less than people predict,but it still big...compare let say MPR..............

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8 hours ago, CJohn said:

We like our animations like real animations. Not these trashy gimmicks inserted by Lord Miller. This is why LEGO and Spider-Verse will always underperform/bomb OS. Always. We like the real deal, not some crappy looking shit that hurts the eyes.

 

Lord Miller doing animations is a MISTAKE.

What bullshit is this? 

Fuck off with your ill-informed opinions. 

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Pff. I'm OS and Spider-Verse is the best movie of 2018 for me. By far. Keep them coming, Sony.

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5 minutes ago, BK007 said:

What bullshit is this? 

Fuck off with your ill-informed opinions. 

Yeah, like fucking off to billion dollar-grossers.

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Very disappointing OW for LEGO 2. I hope Dragon 3 fares better.

 

What Men Want is decent and should do well on Valentine's Day.

 

The Upside is doing so well, a win for 2019

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Kinda laughing right now at all those wokie Film Twitter losers who said, in arguing that a disabled actor should've played Cranston's role and that anybody other than Hart should've played opposite, that the two of them would make no difference when it comes to box office.

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HTTYD3 added 50M this week. Think that's more than it made the week before. Wonder if it could reach 200M before American release.

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Lego did better than I thought it would.

 

Still there is a limit to how long the GA will put up with this clunky animation technique.

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13 minutes ago, AndyK said:

Lego did better than I thought it would.

 

Still there is a limit to how long the GA will put up with this clunky animation technique.

Clunky animation technique? Wut? You sound like the critic who said Spider-verse has sloppy animation.

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14 minutes ago, lorddemaxus said:

Clunky animation technique? Wut? You sound like the critic who said Spider-verse has sloppy animation.

is it not "clunky"? its specifically designed to look more like stop-motion rather than look like smoothed CGI. that's why certain parts have lower framerate / fewer frames and it less motion blur/smoothing.

 

the lego movies are quite clearly very different from other CG animations - the CGI is designed to look photorealistic. it is completely different from Disney movies that have no grounding in the real world, and its clear which audiences prefer.

 

the first lego movie was a novelty hit, sadly it will not reach heights like that again.

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4 minutes ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

The Wandering Earth ¥342 million or $50.368 million Monday. Cume ¥2.350 Billion or $348.086 million.

Date Gross in CNY ('000) Gross in $ Weekend Weekly Daily Change L/W Change
Previews ¥13,154 $1,948,741        
05/02/2019 ¥187,773 $27,818,222        
06/02/2019 ¥257,329 $38,122,815     37.04%  
07/02/2019 ¥338,606 $50,163,852   $118,053,630 31.58%  
08/02/2019 ¥382,613 $56,683,407     13.00%  
09/02/2019 ¥414,105 $61,439,911     8.39%  
10/02/2019 ¥414,788 $61,541,246 $179,664,565   0.16%  
11/02/2019 ¥342,000 $50,368,189     -18.16% 2484.65%

 

Total ¥2,350,368 $348,086,383        

 

 

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Just now, Charlie Jatinder said:

 

 

  1. 2nd Biggest 7 days gross in Single territory behind Star Wars: The Force Awakens $390,856,054
  2. Biggest Monday ever in any single territory beating Black Panther $40,151,729
  3. Biggest 7 days haul in China beating Detective Chinatown ¥2146 million or $338 million

Heading for extended 9 days week of $480-490 million (FSSMTWT $362-372 million)

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Amazing. After just 7 days, the Wandering Earth has almost surpassed Infinity War's total gross in China.

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5 $50+ days in a row. Even TFA didn't do that.

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Bohemian Rhapsody has a shot at knocking Solo out of the Top 10 domestic for 2018:

 

https://www.the-numbers.com/movies/custom-comparisons-extended/Solo-A-Star-Wars-Story/Bohemian-Rhapsody-(2018)/Star-is-Born-A-(2018)

 

That happening would reduce Disney down another movie for 2018 from 5 to 4.

 

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