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13 minutes ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

38-40m Monday.

Lmao. This thing is so ridiculous.

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14 minutes ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

38-40m Monday.

What the hell is this movie.

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3 hours ago, MJL said:

For some reason I have a feeling that Monday will surprise everyone...

 

I’m predicting 38.3M Monday (-57%)

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Just now, CJohn said:

What the hell is this movie.

Again, not a movie. A Cultural Event. 

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11 minutes ago, IceFire9yt said:

39M would be a freaking 57% drop. 10.9% of OW.

 

Infinity War had a 64% drop, 9.6% of OW.

9.6% of EG's opening weekend would be $34.3M. Seems just about right.

 

Then @Charlie Jatinder comes in with his 38-40 numbers!

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3 minutes ago, CJohn said:

What the hell is this movie.

It isn't just a brilliant superhero movie, it's an experience you need to watch immediately in a crowded theater

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30 minutes ago, FilmBuff said:

 

Aww man. No Moore:Warren. Where did it place Rth?

49, but a lot theatre grosses are very close so there not a lot  diff bet say #20-50

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Avengers:
Infinity War
Gross % +/- % +/-
Last Week
- Theaters Gross-to-Date Multiplier Day #
Thu (Pre) $39,000,000             0
Fri $67,334,939 72.7% - - 4474 $106,334,939 0.41 1
Sat $82,131,612 22.0% - - 4474 $188,466,551 0.73 2
Sun $69,231,632 -15.7% - - 4474 $257,698,183 1.00 3
Mon $24,740,117 -64.3% - - 4474 $282,438,300 1.10 4
Avengers:
Endgame
Gross % +/- % +/-
Last Week
% +/-
A:IW
Theaters Gross-to-Date Multiplier Day #
Thu (Pre) $60,000,000     53.8%       0
Fri $97,461,641 62.4% - 44.7% 4662 $157,461,641 0.44 1
Sat $109,264,122 12.1% - 33.0% 4662 $266,725,763 0.75 2
Sun $90,389,244 -17.3% - 30.6% 4662 $357,115,007 1.00 3

 

It's way early but A:E's % daily advantage against A:IW shrank each day.

 

Though a $38M Monday would look like this:

 

Mon $38,000,000 -58.0% - 53.6% 4662 $395,115,007 1.11 4
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5 minutes ago, CJohn said:

What the hell is this movie.

It's Avengers: Endgame. The newest movie in the mcu. surprised you haven't heard about it it's been getting a lot of publicity the last couple weeks.

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It's about to become the Chuck Norris of the movie Box Office. Which records will Endgame break? All of them

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2 minutes ago, RtheEnd said:

49, but a lot theatre grosses are very close so there not a lot  diff bet say #20-50

Where did Scotiabank Theatre Chinook rank in Canada? Thanks as always man!

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4 hours ago, ElsaRoc said:

Oh, wait, I figured out what it was. Not in the regular weekends, but rather the original weekends:

 

Title Date Weekend Increase $ Increase % Duration (Days)
Star Wars 8/7/1977 $7,195,573.00 - - 350
Star Wars 7/23/1978 $10,166,336.00 $2,970,763.00 41.29% 154
Every Which Way But Loose 12/24/1978 $10,272,294.00 $105,958.00 1.04% 910
The Cannonball Run 6/21/1981 $11,765,654.00 $1,493,360.00 14.54% 721
ET: The Extraterrestrial 6/12/1983 $11,835,389.00 $69,735.00 0.59% 364
(Gremlins) 6/10/1984 $12,511,634.00 $676,245.00 5.71% 0
Ghostbusters 6/10/1984 $13,578,151.00 $1,066,517.00 8.52% 182
Beverly Hills Cop 12/9/1984 $15,214,805.00 $1,636,654.00 12.05% 1806
Harlem Nights 11/19/1989 $16,096,808.00 $882,003.00 5.80% 364
Home Alone 11/18/1990 $17,081,997.00 $985,189.00 6.12% 1316
The Lion King 6/26/1994 $40,888,194.00 $23,806,197.00 139.36% 686
Twister 5/12/1996 $41,059,405.00 $171,211.00 0.42% 56
Independence Day 7/7/1996 $50,228,264.00 $9,168,859.00 22.33% 1785
Pearl Harbor 5/27/2001 $59,078,912.00 $8,850,648.00 17.62% 161
Monsters, Inc. 11/4/2001 $62,577,067.00 $3,498,155.00 5.92% 567
Bruce Almighty 5/25/2003 $67,953,330.00 $5,376,263.00 8.59% 371
The Day After Tomorrow 5/30/2004 $68,743,584.00 $790,254.00 1.16% 161
The Incredibles 11/7/2004 $70,467,623.00 $1,724,039.00 2.51% 1869
Avatar 12/20/2009 $77,025,481.00 $6,557,858.00 9.31% 2009
Inside Out 6/21/2015 $90,440,272.00 $13,414,791.00 17.42% 385
The Secret Life of Pets 7/10/2016 $104,352,905.00 $13,912,633.00 15.38%  

 

Both Gremlins and Ghostbusters beat ET on the same weekend.

 

Also, check out TLK there. So huge.

 

Because originals are so much harder to predict, I'm really curious what will set the record next. It's PROBABLY going to be something animated, but who the fuck knows.

Wow, idk why it never occurred to me that Home Alone held the record for biggest opening by an original property at the time. 

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This thing gonna have crazy spillovers on weekdays and then fall like 70% on weekend, right lol? 

 

Cause how else do I explain these numbers that’s happening on an April non-holiday weekday lol.

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On 4/28/2019 at 6:41 PM, Chewy said:

 

Yea @Shawn has been tweeting about it all weekend

I wasn't sure whether to thank you for the compliment or laugh at the idea of me thinking myself a celebrity, so I'm doing both. :lol:

 

Seeing everyone here have so much fun with these numbers coming out is joy enough. Reminds me of what made me made fall in love with box office as a hobby years back. It's always fun to come in here and share that with like-minded folk such as you and so many others.

 

Movies are life.

 

 

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Getting that close to the Monday record without any sort of holiday boost is incredible. 

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This movie is insane. I wouldn’t bet against it for a 200M weekend or an increase tomorrow. Would love to see whether Rth agrees with the 38-40 estimate though! Incredible! 

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5 minutes ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

I am being conservative here, assuming there were a lot of pre-sales. Using the usual ratio from Sunday to Monday, it would be 40-43mn and surprisingly, this film is playing close to latter so far.

 

But the safe number is 38-40.

say what???

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