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Dead Weekend Walking Thread: Actuals - MIB International $30.03M | TSLOP2 $24.41M | Aladdin $17.31M | Rocketman $9.42M | Dark Phoenix $9.35M | SHAFT $8.90M

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1 Men in Black: International $26,200,000 4,224 $6,203 $26,200,000 1 Sony / Columbia
2 The Secret Life of Pets 2 $25,000,000 -46% 4,564 3 $5,478 $93,244,390 2 Universal
3 Aladdin $16,300,000 -34% 3,556 -249 $4,584 $263,034,314 4 Disney
4 Dark Phoenix $9,100,000 -72% 3,721 0 $2,446 $51,862,350 2 Fox
5 Rocketman $8,700,000 -37% 3,021 -589 $2,880 $66,042,725 3 Paramount Pictures
6 Godzilla: King of the Monsters $8,300,000 -46% 3,207 -901 $2,588 $93,883,172 3 Warner Bros.
7 Shaft $8,200,000 2,952 $2,778 $8,200,000 1 Warner Bros.
8 John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum $5,500,000 -26% 2,033 -743 $2,705 $148,026,905 5 Lionsgate
9 Late Night $4,800,000 1849% 2,220 2216 $2,162 $4,800,000 2 Amazon Studios
10 Ma (2019) $3,600,000 -54% 1,794 -1022 $2,007 $40,339,995 3 Universal Pictures
11 Avengers: Endgame $3,600,000 -26% 1,450 -671 $2,483 $830,574,359 8 Disney

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# TITLE WEEKEND   LOCATIONS   AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 The Dead Don’t Die $2,500,000 613 $4,078 $2,500,000 1 Focus Features
2 POKÉMON Detective Pikachu $1,100,000 -65% 984 -1177 $1,118 $140,608,081 6 Warner Bros.
3 Dumbo $150,000 40% 150 38 $1,000 $114,033,318 12 Walt Disney Pictures
4 Captain Marvel $100,000 -39% 161 -14 $621 $426,625,952 15 Disney
5 Breakthrough $61,000 -25% 107 -30 $570 $40,571,382 9 20th Century Fox
6 Long Shot $60,000 -42% 133 -14 $451 $30,270,868 7 Lionsgate
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Minions will definitely make over 200M.

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And some people thought Chernobyl would be the only entertainment disaster they would see this month. This is the type of weekend that would produce a lot of reorganizations and firings in most other industries.

 

At least Ma should hit $40M on Sunday and Aladdin (!) continues chugging along toward $300M.

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1 minute ago, Avatree said:

yeah, none of those are guaranteed, nor is black widow according to some people on this forum.

 

No there not many films that are LOCKED to make 200M - anything locked for 200M is probably making in the 350-400 range, by definition.

 

All the films I named have good odds of doing very well. Some of them will go over 200m.

 

Why would Minions "pull a SLOP"? The first 4 films all made over 200m, SLOP has had only one film and tbh no branding compared to Despicable Me brand which is huge. What a daft comparison.

 

The first 4 Transformers movies all made over 200 million. Therefore The Last Knight was locked to make over 200 million.

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18 minutes ago, CoolEric258 said:

But honestly, if you guys think this summer is trash, just wait until next year. It's not totally crazy to say that Black Widow, Wonder Woman, and the June Pixar movie (if that still exists) might be the only movies that season to even cross 200M.

Summer 2020 will give us another Nolan masterpiece and that's all that matters.

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15 minutes ago, CoolEric258 said:

But honestly, if you guys think this summer is trash, just wait until next year. It's not totally crazy to say that Black Widow, Wonder Woman, and the June Pixar movie (if that still exists) might be the only movies that season to even cross 200M.

I should mention that I don't think this is going to be what happens. I'm actually fairly confident in Jungle Cruise this far out and I wouldn't be surprised if either Fast and Furious or Top Gun reaches it. It just seems that there's a strong chance for only those movies to reach that mark, at least this far out. I'm also confident Minions is gonna crash and burn, and Tenet seems destined to be a movie everybody predicts will do huge numbers only to do like 180M or something.

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Fast and Furious will drop under 200M. The franchise is on a obvious downward spiral. There's nothing they can do freshen up the series

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I keep seeing that June Pixar film referenced. Will it even release? Still no announcement of what the movie is. At least we knew the concept of Onwards two years ago and got a title announcement last year. Still nothing for the June film.

 
 
 
12 minutes ago, Menor said:

Tenet is hardly guaranteed, nor is Jungle Cruise or Morbius.

I think Tenet is guaranteed because Inception made 291 mil and this movie will be similar to that. Even Dunkirk and Interstellar were only 10 mil away from 200 mil and both were more niche films than Tenet.

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7 minutes ago, CoolEric258 said:

 I'm also confident Minions is gonna crash and burn,

it will drop, but not under 200M imo

 

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Tenet seems destined to be a movie everybody predicts will do huge numbers only to do like 180M or something.

If Tenet is action spy movie, then it has a chance to be big. These type of movies do good

Edited by Alli

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Just now, lorddemaxus said:

I keep seeing that June Pixar film referenced. Will it even release? Still no announcement of what the movie is. At least we knew the concept of Onwards two years ago and got a title announcement last year. Still nothing for the June film.

Unless they announce it at D23 in August, there definitely isn't something coming out and they'll eventually remove it from that date like whatever that unknown movie that was supposed to come out July 2017 that was finally removed a few months before.

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2 minutes ago, Alli said:

Fast and Furious will drop under 200M. The franchise is on a obvious downward spiral. There's nothing they can do freshen up the series

Also, no Rock this time. He isn't a huge draw DOM but I can still see a sizable drop because of it.

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3 minutes ago, lorddemaxus said:

I keep seeing that June Pixar film referenced. Will it even release? Still no announcement of what the movie is. At least we knew the concept of Onwards two years ago and got a title announcement last year. Still nothing for the June film.

I think Tenet is guaranteed because Inception made 291 mil and this movie will be similar to that. Even Dunkirk and Interstellar were only 10 mil away from 200 mil and both were more niche films than Tenet.

Inception also had incredible WOM/event status, and drew many people due to the uniqueness of the concept. Who knows if this will have the same.

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6 minutes ago, Alli said:

Fast and Furious will drop under 200M. The franchise is on a obvious downward spiral. There's nothing they can do freshen up the series

They're doing it this year, and it's called "make movies without Vin Diesel in them."

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Great weekend for Aladdin. Unless Toy Story 4 obliterates it next weekend it should reach 300m rather comfortably. I'm seeing 304-306m right now.

 

Nice to have a Memorial Day success story once again after the past few years.

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4 minutes ago, Celedhring said:

Great weekend for Aladdin. Unless Toy Story 4 obliterates it next weekend it should reach 300m rather comfortably. I'm seeing 304-306m right now.

 

Nice to have a Memorial Day success story once again after the past few years.

Toy Story 4 should help it since Disney movies tend to hold well when other Disney movies open. $300M+ is guaranteed at this point since it should see solid drops from here on out given that its only competition the rest of the summer are Disney movies, which will boost it.

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Not gonna lie; I would totally be okay with Wondy and Nat being the only ones who make money next summer. the king is dead, All Hail the Queen, you know. 

 

Only one 1M between Thorkyrie and Pets. Daaamn.  I haven’t checked Pulse this morning, but any chance Pets ties and/ over takes it. 

 

And fiiinally. yay Rocketman. 

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55 minutes ago, Menor said:

Pikachu and Pets 2 were never on the hype level of Toy Story. 

Remember when the Pika trailer came out just after the teaser for TS4 came out? So many people were so hyped for Pika and they confidently said that it will overshadow TS4 and declared right then and there that Pika will gross a billion.

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Instead these horrible numbers, Let's Celebrate Aladdin getting it's biggest day on its 4th Weekend in South Korea

 

33 minutes ago, lor15 said:
Rank Title Release Date Daily Gross
(Total)
Admissions
(Total)
Number of Screens Revenue Share
1 Aladdin

Aladdin

U.S. 

May 23, 2019 $3,189,705
($35,193,344)
425,268
(4,909,935)
1,379 43.78%
2 PARASITE

PARASITE

South Korea 

May 30, 2019 $2,078,775
($58,516,001)
276,319
(8,100,618)
1,200 28.53%
3 Men in Black: International

Men in Black: International

U.S. 

Jun 12, 2019 $1,431,001
($3,627,083)
186,949
(484,868)
1,001 19.64
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