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"FFH misses early estimates, fails to make $60M opening day, are dark days for the MCU ahead?"

 

Never change, BOT.

 

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Great "summer movie", I'd put FFH a little below Thor: Ragnarok but above Homecoming, definitely worth a watch. I'm not a fan of most Marvel movies but this one is a cut above, the humor is on point and it's perfect as an action-comedy even if the action is meh, 7/10.

 

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25 minutes ago, sfran43 said:

All kids-teens movies increased, while all adult movies (except new releases) decreased yesterday!

 

Rank* Title Monday
7/1
Tuesday
7/2
Wednesday
7/3
Thursday
7/4
1 SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME
Sony / Columbia

4,634

N/A
$39,255,628

-- / $8,471
$39,255,628 / 1

N/A

N/A
2 TOY STORY 4
Buena Vista

4,557
$7,960,780

-59.3% / $1,740
$246,650,920 / 11
$10,164,415

+27.7% / $2,231
$256,815,335 / 12

N/A

N/A
3 ANNABELLE COMES HOME
Warner Bros. (New Line)

3,613
$2,558,215

-57.3% / $708
$33,662,397 / 6
$2,755,000
(estimate)
+7.7% / $763
$36,417,397 / 7

N/A

N/A
4 YESTERDAY
Universal

2,603
$2,017,125

-58% / $775
$19,027,175 / 4
$2,377,720

+17.9% / $913
$21,404,895 / 5

N/A

N/A
5 ALADDIN (2019)
Buena Vista

3,028
$1,557,502

-50% / $481
$308,189,570 / 39
$1,825,610

+17.2% / $603
$310,015,180 / 40

N/A

N/A
6 THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS 2
Universal

2,995
$1,193,695

-48.6% / $356
$132,626,130 / 25
$1,300,840

+9% / $434
$133,926,970 / 26

N/A

N/A
7 MEN IN BLACK INTERNATIONAL
Sony / Columbia

3,663
$940,509

-55.4% / $257
$66,107,511 / 18
$787,438

-16.3% / $215
$66,894,949 / 19

N/A

N/A
8 AVENGERS: ENDGAME
Buena Vista

1,985
$873,149

-54.9% / $431
$842,763,046 / 67
$585,678

-32.9% / $295
$843,348,724 / 68

N/A

N/A
9 CHILD'S PLAY (2019)
United Artists Releasing

3,007
$609,898

-55.4% / $203
$24,167,840 / 11
$558,762

-8.4% / $186
$24,726,602 / 12

N/A

N/A
10 ROCKETMAN
Paramount

2,003
$545,415

-57% / $272
$84,785,677 / 32
$434,038

-20.4% / $217
$85,219,715 / 33

N/A

N/A
11 PAVAROTTI
CBS Films

270
$85,286

-53.4% / $296
$1,906,986 / 25
$360,696

+322.9% / $1,336
$2,267,682 / 26

N/A

N/A
12 JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3 - PARABELLUM
Lionsgate/Summit

1,491
$433,524

-60.9% / $280
$161,822,957 / 46
$315,692

-27.2% / $212
$162,138,649 / 47

N/A

N/A
- GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS
Warner Bros.

813
$324,956

-54.8% / $237
$106,991,678 / 32
$150,000
(estimate)
-53.8% / $185
$107,141,678 / 33

N/A

N/A
- SHAFT (2019) 
Warner Bros. (New Line)

534
$169,545

-61.5% / $179
$19,019,975 / 18
$125,000
(estimate)
-26.3% / $234
$19,144,975 / 19

N/A

N/A
- THE OTHER SIDE OF HEAVEN 2: FIRE OF FAITH
ArtAffects

205
$108,513

+147.5% / $529
$562,770 / 4
$88,083

-18.8% / $430
$650,853 / 5

N/A

N/A
- DARK PHOENIX
Fox

503
$230,152

-58.7% / $194
$63,939,808 / 25
$85,055

-63% / $169
$64,024,863 / 26

N/A

N/A
- ANNA (2019)
Lionsgate/Summit

652
$206,593

-58.5% / $98
$6,919,016 / 11
$66,628

-67.7% / $102
$6,985,644 / 12

N/A

N/A
- THE LAST BLACK MAN IN SAN FRANCISCO
A24

155
$65,134

-52% / $420
$2,062,900 / 25
$61,679

-5.3% / $398
$2,124,579 / 26

N/A

N/A
- THE DEAD DON'T DIE
Focus Features

325
$76,050

-55.6% / $138
$5,965,375 / 18
$42,830

-43.7% / $132
$6,008,205 / 19

N/A

N/A
- MA (2019)
Universal

245
$72,640

-59.3% / $155
$44,826,785 / 32
$33,815

-53.4% / $138
$44,860,600 / 33

N/A

N/A
- BOOKSMART
United Artists Releasing

165
$40,026

-65.9% / $243
$21,347,682 / 39
$29,591

-26.1% / $179
$21,377,273 / 40

N/A

N/A
- DUMBO (2019)
Buena Vista

103
$13,110

-47.1% / $109
$114,437,460 / 95
$18,802

+43.4% / $183
$114,456,262 / 96

N/A

N/A
- A DOG'S JOURNE
Universal

140
$15,030

-49.2% / $100
$22,287,600 / 46
$17,740

+18% / $127
$22,305,340 / 47

N/A

N/A
- THE HUSTLE
United Artists Releasing

116
$11,608

-71.1% / $100
$35,266,018 / 53
$13,364

+15.1% / $115
$35,279,382 / 54

N/A

N/A
- UGLYDOLLS
STX Entertainment

82
$4,659

-44.7% / $57
$20,130,806 / 60
$7,430

+59.5% / $91
$20,138,236 / 61

N/A

N/A
- A BROTHER'S LOVE
Entertainment One

28
$4,678

-72.6% / $167
$368,958 / 25
$5,849

+25% / $209
$374,807 / 26

N/A

N/A
- CAPTAIN MARVEL 
Buena Vista

84
$5,274

-34.2% / $63
$426,815,917 / 116
$5,043

-4.4% / $60
$426,820,960 / 117

N/A

N/A

The other similarity is that the ones that increased are all in the top 5 and didn't lose theater screens (with the exception of Aladdin). All the movies below the top 5 lost screens.

 

One other thought I posted in another thread concerning July 4th. Movie watching could very likely skew early in the day. That is my family's plan. Going to see TS4 tomorrow and then going to eat and watch fireworks. If movie watchers go to earlier shows that will negatively effect final totals as it will mean more matinee expense showings rather than night time showings. 

 

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2 hours ago, keysersoze123 said:

Waste of a time making a MiB movie without Big Will. MiB3 was good and closed it very well.

with a budget of 225m, Mib3 ended up barely breaking even. Wouldn't say it closed the franchise very well.

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13 minutes ago, RamblinRed said:

The other similarity is that the ones that increased are all in the top 5 and didn't lose theater screens (with the exception of Aladdin). All the movies below the top 5 lost screens.

 

One other thought I posted in another thread concerning July 4th. Movie watching could very likely skew early in the day. That is my family's plan. Going to see TS4 tomorrow and then going to eat and watch fireworks. If movie watchers go to earlier shows that will negatively effect final totals as it will mean more matinee expense showings rather than night time showings. 

 

But if matinee is loaded enough it will make up for it due to sheer volume. 

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Wednesday Spidey Update, Salt Lake City, Sugarhouse Cinemark.

 

4:55 PM 53/62

6:00 PM 39/62

7:00 PM 88/107

9:10 PM 46/62

10:10 PM 39/106

11:10 PM 3/62

 

Total 268/461 =58.1%

 

Yesterday at this time FFH had sold 353 tix for the late afternoon/evening shows; today it's 268, so a drop of only 24%. Seems like a strong hold to me.

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22 minutes ago, A Star is Orm said:

Wednesday Spidey Update, Salt Lake City, Sugarhouse Cinemark.

 

4:55 PM 53/62

6:00 PM 39/62

7:00 PM 88/107

9:10 PM 46/62

10:10 PM 39/106

11:10 PM 3/62

 

Total 268/461 =58.1%

 

Yesterday at this time FFH had sold 353 tix for the late afternoon/evening shows; today it's 268, so a drop of only 24%. Seems like a strong hold to me.

So that would most likely be $28-30 million for Wednesday, still good. Will probably be 19-20 on the 4th of July, 30-35 on Friday, 25-30 on Saturday and 20-25 on Sunday.

 

That would be on the low-end $161 million for the 6 days and on the high-end $180 million. Would be amazing if it actually beat that high-end, but the more likely scenario is it falls right between those two numbers, which is still a great 6-day start. Maybe it won't do the 400 million most of us were hoping for, but it should still ultimately top Homecoming, and that's fine by me. Plus with the overseas increase it might still have a shot at 1 billion, or at the very least it becomes the first super hero movie to end up between $900 million and $1 billion worldwide.

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15 minutes ago, AlexMA said:

So that would most likely be $28-30 million for Wednesday, still good. Will probably be 19-20 on the 4th of July, 30-35 on Friday, 25-30 on Saturday and 20-25 on Sunday.

 

That would be on the low-end $161 million for the 6 days and on the high-end $180 million. Would be amazing if it actually beat that high-end, but the more likely scenario is it falls right between those two numbers, which is still a great 6-day start. Maybe it won't do the 400 million most of us were hoping for, but it should still ultimately top Homecoming, and that's fine by me. Plus with the overseas increase it might still have a shot at 1 billion, or at the very least it becomes the first super hero movie to end up between $900 million and $1 billion worldwide.

With Asia's current performance I really don't think it will miss 700M OS. 

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14 minutes ago, AlexMA said:

So that would most likely be $28-30 million for Wednesday, still good. Will probably be 19-20 on the 4th of July, 30-35 on Friday, 25-30 on Saturday and 20-25 on Sunday.

 

That would be on the low-end $161 million for the 6 days and on the high-end $180 million. Would be amazing if it actually beat that high-end, but the more likely scenario is it falls right between those two numbers, which is still a great 6-day start. Maybe it won't do the 400 million most of us were hoping for, but it should still ultimately top Homecoming, and that's fine by me. Plus with the overseas increase it might still have a shot at 1 billion, or at the very least it becomes the first super hero movie to end up between $900 million and $1 billion worldwide.

I don't think it will drop much on the 4th if at all. Presales are super strong. That said I've overestimated this movie multiple times at this point

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17 minutes ago, AlexMA said:

Plus with the overseas increase it might still have a shot at 1 billion, or at the very least it becomes the first super hero movie to end up between $900 million and $1 billion worldwide.

Definitely $1 B+ still on cards ... due to strong OS numbers across All the markets ...  (especially Asia)

 

$575 To $600 M worldwide by this sunday ... (estimated-one)

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Tom Holland is not a star yet.

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6 minutes ago, Sunny Max said:

Definitely $1 B+ still on cards ... due to strong OS numbers across All the markets ...  (especially Asia)

 

$575 To $600 M worldwide by this sunday ... (estimated-one)

I know it's still well on track for 1 billion but not going to lie, that Lion King scares me, coming just two weeks from now (a week early in China, so you know that will murder Spider-Man's legs over there).

 

We'll see, fingers crossed for a nice bump in Europe (although I'm not holding my breath with the way this summer has been going).

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9 minutes ago, Welfin said:

Tom Holland is not a star yet.

Not yet, but I think he's on the up and up. He's in some pretty promising movies outside the MCU (except Chaos Walking lol)

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2 minutes ago, AlexMA said:

I know it's still well on track for 1 billion but not going to lie, that Lion King scares me, coming just two weeks from now (a week early in China, so you know that will murder Spider-Man's legs over there).

 

Of course .. a big hurdle for FFH ... Especially in Asian & European markets ...

 

& your point about domestic ... Thursday PS are very strong ..so i dont think so movie will drop that much .. 

 

overall very good situation Of FFH .. 

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FFH is not missing 1B and likely 1.1B. 

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So is it worth staying for post credits and how many are there? 

 

No spoilers please.

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4 minutes ago, ACSlater said:

So is it worth staying for post credits and how many are there? 

 

No spoilers please.

Extremely.   

 

Two.   

 

Snape kills Dumbledore.

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3 minutes ago, ACSlater said:

So is it worth staying for post credits and how many are there? 

 

No spoilers please.

10000% yes, and idk if the number is considered a spoiler.

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4 minutes ago, Thanos Legion said:

Snape kills Dumbledore.

 

You bastard.

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4 minutes ago, Stop and Run the Internet said:

could one of you tell me a little bit about why Child's Play is only hitting 30M domestic?

I think it's because the only similarity Child's Play has with Chucky is general appearance and name.

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