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1 minute ago, Birdo Mandingo said:

I feel I will be much older the next time I see an OW domestic record broken. 33 now, very skeptical it will happen before I am 40. 

I feel like I've aged about 100 years from 30-34 tbh. coincidentally my daughter was born just before I turned 30.  

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JB33 you just posted spoilers untagged. :ph34r:

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1 minute ago, Thanos Legion said:

Jesus fuck, we actually got there after all that joking. Avengers 5 can’t be expected to break this record, so it will obviously go back and fill in 307. The main question is whether 6 will do 407 or 457.

307. We need to fill in that gap... 207, 257, ...,, 357   ya we need that 307

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4 minutes ago, captainwondyful said:

Ah, excellent. (And the the best part is that AOU is the only one not in the 7 Club. 😈)

 

Age of Ultron must feel like that poor kid from ... i dont know ... probably Florida ... who wants to be part of the cool kids club but just came short of joining and now sits on the sofa, boiling in jealousy and sorrow.

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1 minute ago, Thanos Legion said:

Jesus fuck, we actually got there after all that joking. Avengers 5 can’t be expected to break this record, so it will obviously go back and fill in 307. The main question is whether 6 will do 407 or 457.

You was joking? :apocalypse:

 

Excuse you, but I was deadly serious.

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The same legs as IW get it to ~939m.

 

IW had 39m Thursday of 257.7m OW or about 15.1%. Endgame's 60m of 357.1m is about 16.8%. So slightly more frontloading. (Relative to their opening weekends as a whole, Endgame's previews were 11% higher.) Accounting for that difference, and the same legs would get it to 933m.

 

TFA is 936m. Which is smack dab in the middle.

 

Fan-fucking-tastic. This is a race to watch and enjoy.

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Just now, Sam said:

You was joking? :apocalypse:

 

Excuse you, but I was deadly serious.

 

You were joking, Sam. Grammar matters.

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May 2018: Ultron fails to set records so: 

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May 2019: Now

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Mulder said:

JB33 you just posted spoilers untagged. :ph34r:

I know. I read over my post and freaked and edited it right away.

 

Major apologies! Can't believe I did that.

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357M was inevitable.

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Cinematic Cliffhanger Debut Comparison (Domestic):

INFINITY WAR -- ENDGAME (+100M)

DEATHLY HALLOWS 1 -- DH2 (+44M)

BREAKING DAWN 1 -- BD2 (+3M)

BACK TO THE FUTURE 2 -- BF3 (-8M)

FANTASTIC BEASTS 1 -- FB2 (-12M)

MOCKINGJAY 1 -- MJ2 (-19M)

FORCE AWAKENS -- LAST JEDI (-27M)

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Just now, Brainbug said:

 

You were joking, Sam. Grammar matters.

@Thanos Legion didn’t deserve no correct grammar after that backstabbing clowning 

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17 minutes ago, terrestrial said:

Warner Bros.: "UNTITLED WB EVENT FILM on 11/12/21 is now the currently Untitled third film in the FANTASTIC BEASTS SERIES."

 

CAPTAIN MARVEL $8.31M Weekend (Actual) 2,435 Screens / $3,413 Avg. Weekend 8 / -8.7% Change $413.84M Total (North America)

Yay! Captain Marvel. 🙋🏻‍♀️💁🏻‍♀️

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The say its final, its only ~ final, as as usual Lionsgate is laaaaattteeeeeee

 

green font = estimlates, black is final

 

Weekend Domestic Chart for April 26, 2019

← Previous Chart Chart Index  
 
    Movie Distributor Gross Change Thtrs. Per Thtr. Total Gross Week
1 new Avengers: Endgame Walt Disney $357,115,007   4,662 $76,601   $357,115,007 1
2 (4) Captain Marvel Walt Disney $8,312,751 -9% 2,435 $3,414   $413,841,798 8
3 (1) The Curse of La Llorona Warner Bros. $8,045,744 -69% 3,372 $2,386   $41,830,045 2
4 (3) Breakthrough 20th Century Fox $6,806,342 -40% 2,913 $2,337   $26,616,572 3
5 (2) Shazam! Warner Bros. $5,583,903 -66% 3,631 $1,538   $131,213,630 4
6 (6) Dumbo Walt Disney $3,493,282 -47% 2,380 $1,468   $107,259,840 5
7 (5) Little Universal $3,472,280 -58% 2,119 $1,639   $35,881,535 3
8 (7) Pet Sematary Paramount Pictures $1,290,000 -73% 1,655 $779   $52,612,457 4
9 (8) Us Universal $1,175,255 -72% 1,255 $936   $172,878,890 6
10 (12) Penguins Walt Disney $1,142,500 -50% 1,815 $629   $5,812,926 2
11 (9) Missing Link United Artists $1,065,666 -74% 1,588 $671   $15,520,721 3
12 (15) Amazing Grace Neon $519,597 -14% 243 $2,138   $2,145,538 21
13 (11) After Aviron Pictures $403,333 -83% 607 $664   $11,649,072 3
14 (10) Hellboy Lionsgate $355,000 -91% 927 $383   $21,533,833 3
15 (19) The Mustang Focus Features $291,585 -44% 277 $1,053   $4,542,335 7
16 (13) Kalank FIP $278,702 -78% 283 $985   $2,482,587 2
17 (14) How to Train Your Dragon: T… Universal $237,435 -71% 282 $842   $159,689,095 10
18 (21) Wonder Park Paramount Pictures $170,000 -63% 249 $683   $44,994,992 7
19 (20) Hotel Mumbai Bleecker Street $168,498 -66% 170 $991   $9,260,995 6
20 (45) Red Joan IFC Films $165,204 +324% 45 $3,671   $222,257 3
21 (18) Five Feet Apart Lionsgate $138,000 -77% 259 $533   $45,393,478 7
22 (17) Unplanned Pure Flix Entertain… $137,176 -77% 251 $547   $17,740,501 5
23 (22) High Life A24 $133,178 -51% 146 $912   $932,710 4
24 (16) The Best of Enemies STX Entertainment $125,232 -79% 227 $552   $10,008,688 4
25 (58) Family Film Arcade $102,720 +424% 107 $960   $126,972 2
26 (32) Wild Nights With Emily Greenwich $91,317 +40% 65 $1,405   $226,782 3
27 (25) The LEGO Movie 2: The Secon… Warner Bros. $85,035 -37% 179 $475   $105,714,361 12
28 new The White Crow Sony Pictures Classics $80,675   1 $80,675   $80,675 1
29 (29) The Chaperone PBS Distribution $71,557 -9% 50 $1,431   $333,001 5
30 (30) The Upside STX Entertainment $53,261 -27% 93 $573   $108,230,961 16
31 (54) Hail Satan? Magnolia Pictures $48,209 +82% 18 $2,678   $83,813 2
32 (27) Isn’t it Romantic Warner Bros. $47,215 -43% 120 $393   $48,735,408 11
33 (37) Woman at War Magnolia Pictures $45,751 -10% 46 $995   $714,807 9
34 (31) Alita: Battle Angel 20th Century Fox $41,773 -40% 83 $503   $85,654,454 11
35 (26) Apollo 11 Neon $41,216 -59% 62 $665   $8,560,211 9
36 (28) No Manches Frida 2 Lionsgate $38,000 -52% 56 $679   $9,251,726 7
37 (42) Long Day’s Journey Into N… Kino Lorber $35,814 -26% 12 $2,985   $194,164 3
38 (24) Tyler Perry’s A Madea Fam… Lionsgate $35,000 -76% 77 $455   $73,072,460 9
39 (34) Gloria Bell A24 $31,275 -51% 39 $802   $5,540,472 8
40 (35) Little Woods Neon $31,155 -46% 29 $1,074   $113,321 2
41 (33) Her Smell Gunpowder & Sky $31,122 -51% 40 $778   $168,011 3
42 (43) Diane IFC Films $30,067 -25% 37 $813   $312,285 5
43 (44) Fighting With My Family United Artists $27,105 -32% 60 $452   $22,900,395 11
44 (39) The Beach Bum Neon $26,428 -59% 15 $1,762   $3,477,587 5
45 (40) Green Book Universal $24,000 -52% 45 $533   $85,068,366 24
46 (53) Transit Music Box Films $23,582 -11% 28 $842   $766,459 9
47 (41) The Aftermath Fox Searchlight $20,169 -59% 27 $747   $1,609,561 7
48 (55) The Public Universal $19,435 -26% 28 $694   $517,630 4
49 (59) Never Look Away Sony Pictures Classics $17,744 -2% 6 $2,957   $1,257,736 22
50 new Hesburgh Self Distributed $17,009   2 $8,505   $17,009 1
51 (66) Dogman Magnolia Pictures $11,317 -4% 9 $1,257   $50,934 3
52 (57) Arctic Bleecker Street $9,741 -52% 32 $304   $2,395,310 13
53 (61) Rafiki Film Movement $9,500 -41% 7 $1,357   $40,201 2
54 (38) Mia and the White Lion Ledafilms $7,215 -86% 5 $1,443   $390,310 3
55 new Carmine Street Guitars Abramorama Films $6,090   1 $6,090   $6,090 1
56 new If the Dancer Dances Monument Releasing $5,000   1 $5,000   $5,000 1
57 (73) The Brink Magnolia Pictures $3,914 -21% 14 $280   $96,056 5
58 (50) They Shall Not Grow Old Warner Bros. $3,754 -87% 15 $250   $17,947,082 19
59 (88) Shoplifters Magnolia Pictures $3,578 +204% 3 $1,193   $3,311,687 23
60 (79) The Invisibles Greenwich $2,830 -20% 4 $708   $402,133 14
61 (60) The Life of Brian Rainbow Releasing $2,099 -88% 23 $91   $20,180,605 2,072
62 (75) Faith, Hope & Love ArtAffects $1,930 -60% 1 $1,930   $192,711 7
63 (-) Frank and Ava Gravitas Ventures $1,745   2 $873   $5,754 21
64 new Body at Brighton Rock Magnolia Pictures $1,732   8 $217   $1,732 1
65 (-) Chasing Portraits First Run Features $1,708   1 $1,708   $1,708 9
66 (64) Run the Race Roadside Attractions $1,604 -87% 8 $201   $6,422,414 10
67 (80) Birds of Passage The Orchard $1,354 -59% 3 $451   $507,259 11
68 (71) Styx Film Movement $928 -83% 1 $928   $67,879 9
69 (-) The Heiresses Distrib Films $470   1 $470   $72,505 15
70 (87) The Hummingbird Project The Orchard $446 -64% 2 $223   $371,784 7
71 (94) Free Solo Greenwich $297 -57% 2 $149   $17,539,736 31
72 (68) Money CJ Entertainment $143 -98% 1 $143   $155,024 6
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4 minutes ago, CJohn said:

357M was inevitable.

 

It was destiny. The other movies could dread it, run from it - it didnt matter. It arrived - or should we say Endgame arrived.

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4 minutes ago, Brainbug said:

 

You were joking, Sam. Grammar matters.

Aus einem Deutschen.  Keine Überraschung.

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Ah, 150M over the Avengers and (almost) 100M over IW, perfectly balanced, now I can rest in peace. True poetic cinema like this entire weekend. I love everyone in this bar. Also, I had an exam today and it somehow went pretty well despite the fact that I haven't got literally anything done for past five days or so:shades:

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I started to smile a bit about Fri incl MN being ~ $157m over all the $xx7m talks 😉

 

 

Lionsgate's FAST COLOR was relegated to just 6 theaters this weekend, dropping -88% w/ $4k, $61k total.

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Great. Now I can go back to work. What a week-end.

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5 hours ago, HouseOfTheSun said:

@ChipMunky goodbye opening weekend record though right?

 

Huh?

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