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1 minute ago, DAJK said:

Not sure I’ve asked before, but which part of Van are you from?

White Rock. I haven't lived there since Spring 2008. It has changed a lot since. It's certainly not the lower mainland's best kept secret anymore.

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13 minutes ago, Jay Beezy said:

Some people thought Captain Marvel was going to take a big hit from Endgame, rationalizing Disney was gonna swap out. Instead, Captain Marvel got a bigger boost from Endgame than Black Panther got from Infinity War.

makes sense though.

 

BP sold more tickets DOM than IW (or at least its gross was higher), where as CM has sold far less. It would make sense to me that there are more people trying to catch up and watch it prior to EG. Also I think BP was on its 11th weekend when IW released and CM was on 8th so it still had a pretty good theater count.

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3 minutes ago, JB33 said:

White Rock. I haven't lived there since Spring 2008. It has changed a lot since. It's certainly not the lower mainland's best kept secret anymore.

North Van, but I’ve been away longer (2006)

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Just now, Rebeccas said:

When are actuals coming???

@RtheEnd usually comes around in the early afternoon (my time anyway) to give a day by day breakdown of the actuals a little bit before the trades release them. AKA, should be pretty soon.

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Just now, Rebeccas said:

When are actuals coming???

 

Depends. Definetly in the next 3 hours but with numbers like these, they do take a while to release actuals.

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1 minute ago, DAJK said:

North Van, but I’ve been away longer (2006)

Do you miss it?

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Just give us that 357.7 Disney, for that sweet 100m headline.

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https://www.boxofficemojo.com/alltime/weekends/?adjust_yr=1&p=.htm

 

A number of movies opened in the 22-25m range for admissions in the last decade.  356m divided by 26m is 13.7 which is $4.50 above this year's average ticket price, and the average seems to go up about a dollar every 4 or 5 years.  I would say the most likely candidate to break this record in nominal dollars is if star wars episodes take another 10 year break and comes back in 2030 with episode 10, if they can bring in 28m people again with an average price of $12.50 or so.  Of course by then the opening weekend could work very differently like now compared to 2009 OWs.  

 

But even taking out previews Endgame still had well over 30m tickets for FSS.

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I need that $357.7m+, or else this is all just a huge disappointment. j/k

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8 minutes ago, JB33 said:

White Rock. I haven't lived there since Spring 2008. It has changed a lot since. It's certainly not the lower mainland's best kept secret anymore.

Being featured in a cult TV series will do that for you. :)

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So far films outside of Endgame are more or less hitting their estimates, so it doesn't seem GOT had an impact on holdovers.

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13 minutes ago, Geveeso said:

I need that $357.7m+, or else this is all just a huge disappointment. j/k

360M might be too much of a reach at this point. If it made 360M, OW without previews would be 300M.

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1 hour ago, Rebeccas said:

Normally I would saw OS cause of China but doesn't China have a big ass holiday weekend coming up.

Exactly, for once I have no idea which lol

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10 minutes ago, Biggestgeekever said:

 

So far films outside of Endgame are more or less hitting their estimates, so it doesn't seem GOT had an impact on holdovers.

I really don't think GOT has much of an impact on box office at all really. Looking at when Season 7 was on nearly two years ago between July-August shows that Sunday drops weren't much different than before.

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18 minutes ago, MattW said:

https://www.boxofficemojo.com/alltime/weekends/?adjust_yr=1&p=.htm

 

A number of movies opened in the 22-25m range for admissions in the last decade.  356m divided by 26m is 13.7 which is $4.50 above this year's average ticket price, and the average seems to go up about a dollar every 4 or 5 years.  I would say the most likely candidate to break this record in nominal dollars is if star wars episodes take another 10 year break and comes back in 2030 with episode 10, if they can bring in 28m people again with an average price of $12.50 or so.  Of course by then the opening weekend could work very differently like now compared to 2009 OWs.  

 

But even taking out previews Endgame still had well over 30m tickets for FSS.

Interesting that it broke ROTJ's average  (36 year record)

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21 minutes ago, JB33 said:

Do you miss it?

Sort of, yea. I like going back to the city every once in a while, but Yaletown is now pretty much my favourite area in Van

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