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SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME WEEK THREAD l 93.6M 3-Day, 185.1M 6-Day. l ****NO SPOILERS**** | Sale $5 off Gold/Premium/Silver l Other #s - TS4 34.3, YDay 10.7, Annabelle 9.7, Aladdin 7.6, Midsommar 6.6 (10.9 5-Day)

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3 minutes ago, john2000 said:

well i mean by what the previous comment said, from deadline, its not like a superhero movie in terms of demographic

Younger-skewing doesn't mean family film as shown by my Homecoming and Shazam examples. Even Pikachu didn't really play like a family film even though it was rated PG and had a larger young audience than all three of those films.

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From Box Office Mojo:

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Sony's Spider-Man: Far from Home delivered a #1 finish at the weekend box office as Marvel still proves mighty. The pic debuted on Tuesday last week, entering the weekend with over $91 million already in its coffers, and over the three-day it topped that figure, bringing in an estimated $93.6 million for a six-day start totaling over $185 million. The performance is the largest six-day opening for a Tuesday opener and 22nd largest six-day performance of all-time. This is on top of the film already delivering the largest Tuesday opening day ever, not to mention the second widest opening ever as it debuted in a massive 4,634 locations. 

 

It's difficult to compare the film's debut to 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming given the Tuesday debut, but after six days Far from Home is already out-pacing its predecessor by over $30 million. The film is also a hit with audiences, just as it was with critics, earning an "A" CinemaScore from opening day crowds and currently sitting with an 8.1/10 rating from IMDb users. Opening weekend crowds were 60% male with 42% of the overall audience coming in aged 25 or older. 

 

Internationally, Far from Home debuted in three markets last weekend and this weekend expanded that reach to all but Italy, where the film will launch this coming Wednesday. After a strong start last weekend the webslinger delivered $244 million from 66 markets this weekend for an overseas cume that now totals $395 million and a global tally reaching $580 million. Top market debuts include Tuesday's launch in South Korea where the film has brought in $33.8 million. Additionally, the UK's six-day launch totals $17.8 million and Mexico delivered $13.9 million in four days. The film began playing on Monday in Australia where it has now delivered nearly $12 million and Russia added another $9.6 million. The film's top overseas market is China, where it opened last weekend, and this weekend the film's cume now climbs to over $167 million.

 

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saw midsommar, it's ok. i didn't have that sustained sense of dread like i did watching hereditary. i was never bored but it never really got me anxious or tense like a good horror should.

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13 minutes ago, a2k said:
    Movie Distributor Gross Change Thtrs. Per Thtr. Total Gross Week
- new Spider-Man: Far From Home Sony Pictures $93,600,000   4,634 $20,199   $185,055,628 1
- (1) Toy Story 4 Walt Disney $34,300,000 -43% 4,540 $7,555   $306,557,544 3
- (3) Yesterday Universal $10,750,000 -37% 2,614 $4,112   $36,882,740 2
- (2) Annabelle Comes Home Warner Bros. $9,750,000 -52% 3,613 $2,699   $50,157,397 2
- (4) Aladdin Walt Disney $7,600,000 -25% 2,758 $2,756   $320,789,616 7
- new Midsommar A24 $6,560,000   2,707 $2,423   $10,900,000 1
- (5) The Secret Life of Pets 2 Universal $4,760,000 -35% 2,846 $1,673   $140,743,335 5
- (6) Men in Black: International Sony Pictures $3,635,000 -46% 2,716 $1,338   $71,989,949 4
- (7) Avengers: Endgame Walt Disney $3,100,000 -49% 1,985 $1,562   $847,862,833 11
- (10) John Wick: Chapter 3 — Pa… Lionsgate $2,250,000 -31% 1,493 $1,507   $165,253,000 8
- (8) Child’s Play Orion Pictures $1,487,000 -66% 1,707 $871   $26,848,739 3
- (15) Late Night Amazon Studios $605,974 -45% 393 $1,542   $14,255,520 5
- (12) Dark Phoenix 20th Century Fox $439,000 -76% 426 $1,031   $64,637,317 5
- (23) Echo in the Canyon Greenwich $336,132 +34% 144 $2,334   $2,024,897 7
- (29) Wild Rose Neon $209,000 +251% 63 $3,317   $380,770 3
- (18) The Dead Don’t Die Focus Features $192,000 -64% 267 $719   $6,308,830 4
- (19) The Other Side of Heaven 2:… ArtAffects $177,975 -61% 179 $994   $966,425 2
- (16) MA Universal $177,000 -68% 197 $898   $45,115,975 6
- (24) The Biggest Little Farm Neon $127,400 -10% 107 $1,191   $3,776,997 9
- (27) Dumbo Walt Disney $69,000 -14% 103 $670   $114,555,150 15
- (25) A Dog’s Journey Universal $57,000 -42% 116 $491   $22,395,160 8
- (34) The Chambermaid Kino Lorber $15,944 -44% 4 $3,986   $49,123 2
- (45) Amazing Grace Neon $7,300 -39% 8 $913   $4,438,678 31
- (36) Apollo 11 Neon $3,000 -88% 5 $600   $8,928,520 19

Where’s Rocketman?

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Hmm, not sure End Game cant reach Avatar without another re-relase. 14M away and this weekend it grossed just 4M. if it drops 50% next few weekends it can gross only another 4M....

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Not sure if someone else already said this earlier in the thread, I didn't go through every page, but.....


 

Spoiler

 

FFH's first 3 days under TASM2's first 3 days.

 

Fri May 2, 2014 1 $35,167,017 - - 4,324 $8,133 $35,167,017 1
Sat May 3, 2014 1 $33,161,137 -5.7% - 4,324 $7,669 $68,328,154 2
Sun May 4, 2014 1 $23,280,183 -29.8% - 4,324 $5,384 $91,608,337

3

 

vs

 

Tue Jul. 2, 2019 1 $39,255,628 - - 4,634 $8,471 $39,255,628 1
Wed Jul. 3, 2019 1 $27,000,000 -31.2% - 4,634 $5,826 $66,255,628 2
Thu Jul. 4, 2019 1 $25,200,000 -6.7% - 4,634 $5,438 $91,455,628 3

 

 

:qotd:

 

 

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not the same. different days of the week behave differently. 

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1 hour ago, cax16 said:

It’s pretty easy to see why people loved Aquaman, but when you have a certain opinion on a movie you sometimes don’t want to open your eyes to what others have to say obviously.

 

 

 

It’s pretty easy to see why people think Aquaman was a mess with bad writing and acting, but when you have a certain opinion and love for a movie you sometimes don’t want to open your eyes to what others have to say.

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2 minutes ago, Sindreee said:

It’s pretty easy to see why people think Aquaman was a mess with bad writing and acting, but when you have a certain opinion and love for a movie you sometimes don’t want to open your eyes to what others have to say.

It’s funny that you’re trying to prove a point but I actually understand and respect why people didn’t enjoy Aquaman. I’m just not the type of person to try and push my opinion as fact. 

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From Deadline:

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After rolling out in China, Japan and Hong Kong last weekend and then adding most of the world throughout this week, Sony/Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far From Home continues to spread the arachnomania. The full global cume through today is estimated at $580M including $395M at the international box office. The current weekend was worth $238M from all overseas markets combined.

 

The reteam for director Jon Watts and star Tom Holland is now playing in 66 offshore hubs and was No. 1 this weekend in 63 of those. In the like-for-likes and at today’s exchange rates, the webslinger is running 15% ahead of his fellow Avenger, Captain Marvel, and 46% over his previous outing, Spider-Man: Homecoming.

 

Well-reviewed, sporting an Avengers: Endgame halo and swinging in after a series of recent underperformers, FFH shattered Sony’s all-time opening records in 35 markets including Korea, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, India, Indonesia, Taiwan and Vietnam.

 

In China, FFH now counts $167.4M after a roughly 69% drop from opening as new local title, The White Storm 2: Drug Lords, came out to play in the top spot. Behind Endgame, FFH is now the 2nd biggest studio movie of 2019 in the Middle Kingdom.

 

In IMAX, FFH snared $29.1M globally in the frame to become the format’s best July bow ever (not including last weekend’s already record-breaking openings in China, Japan and Hong Kong). This is also Sony’s best IMAX start. Offshore this weekend, FFH took $14.1M from 1,017 screens. Records were set for the Spider-Man franchise in a number of markets including Mexico, India, Korea, Malaysia, Belgium, Israel and Denmark. The IMAX cume through Sunday is $14.1M international and $44M worldwide.

 

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From the early looks of it, $26-27mn Sunday. The highest it can go is $28.5mn using the optimistic comp.

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30 minutes ago, Damianport1 said:

Hmm, not sure End Game cant reach Avatar without another re-relase. 14M away and this weekend it grossed just 4M. if it drops 50% next few weekends it can gross only another 4M....

Depends on actuals, last week Disney were off by more than $3m os, looks like they’re off this week aswell. The os re-release is also staggered, so it probably won’t drop much week by week.

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FFH still #DyingOnItsArse and struggling to hit $150 million 6-day, I see.

:hahaha:

 

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2 minutes ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

From the early looks of it, $26-27mn Sunday.

As expected. Good chance to drop from estimates.

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24 minutes ago, cax16 said:

It’s funny that you’re trying to prove a point but I actually understand and respect why people didn’t enjoy Aquaman. I’m just not the type of person to try and push my opinion as fact. 

Neither i’m I, people are allowed to like and dislike whatever they want. 

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5 minutes ago, Thanos Legion said:

As expected. Good chance to drop from estimates.

Wasn't Sony's estimate 27? Even if it drops it won't be by very much.

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Spider-Man: Far From Home - AMC Ontario Mills 30 (Sunday)

 

Dolby Cinema

 

9:00 AM - 104/203

12:30 PM - 104/203

4:00 PM - 97/203

7:30 PM - 100/203

11:00 PM - 12/203

 

3D Dine-In

 

11:00 AM - 26/63

12:00 PM - 18/78

2:30 PM - 20/63

3:30 PM - 13/78

6:00 PM - 17/63

7:00 PM - 8/78

9:30 PM - 2/63

 

RealD 3D

 

8:30 PM - 9/114

 

2D Dine-In

 

10:30 PM - 13/78

 

2D Spanish-Subtitled

 

2:00 PM - 4/114

5:30 PM - 5/114

 

2D

 

9:00 AM - 24/45

9:15 AM - 23/44

9:30 AM - 115/217

9:45 AM - 30/55

10:30 AM - 88/114

11:30 AM - 127/167

1:00 PM - 86/217

3:00 PM - 61/167

4:30 PM - 24/217

4:45 PM - 0/44

6:30 PM - 70/167

8:00 PM - 23/217

9:00 PM - 0/114

10:00 PM - 0/167

 

Total

 

1223/3656 (33.5%)

 

-17.7% from yesterday at the same point in time

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39 minutes ago, Sindreee said:

It’s pretty easy to see why people think Aquaman was a mess with bad writing and acting, but when you have a certain opinion and love for a movie you sometimes don’t want to open your eyes to what others have to say.

We could also say the same about the movies you like

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