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Weekend Thread: Weekend Actuals - Spider-Man FFH $45.35M | Toy Story 4 $20.95M | CRAWL $12.01M | STUBER $8.23M | Yesterday $6.70M | Aladdin 6.17M

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Seems like $10M is in store for the weekend, more or less expected.

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Not amazing, not terrible. Low teens seems about right.

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That's not bad. The Shallows did about 1.3M back in 2016, and 47 Meters Down had about $735K.

 

Frontload the previews a bit, and that would be about 12M or so for the OW I think.

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3 minutes ago, Spaghetti said:

Not amazing, not terrible. Low teens seems about right.

 

How did you mess this up so terribly

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Not amazing, not terrible. Low teens seems about right.
Not great, not terrible

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Please be $1,000,001 rather than $999,999. :lol:

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20 minutes ago, MrPink said:

 

How did you mess this up so terribly

Wat

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Paramount’s alligator-Florida hurricane thriller Crawl is off to a solid start with $1M off 7PM previews last night. Industry tracking has the Alexandre Aja-directed movie in the $10M-$12M in the shadow of Sony’s Spider-Man: Far From Home‘s second weekend which is expected to be in the low $40Ms, down in the low 50%-tile. Exhibitors we hear really enjoyed Crawl, and if there’s a pic that could over-index this weekend, that’s the one. Crawl will be booked at around 3,000 theaters. We hear that Paramount kept this Sam Raimi-produced R-rated pic at a very responsible $13.5M before P&A.

 

Through 10-days, the Jon Watts Marvel movie counts $229.2M with $8.9M yesterday, -3% from Wednesday.

 

Disney has Fox’s action-comedy Stuber starring Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani. The pic is expected to file in the $7M-$10M range and is not expected to change the fate of comedies at the box office

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6 minutes ago, Spaghetti said:

Wat

he's delusional, take him to the infirmary.

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8 minutes ago, Spaghetti said:

Wat

 

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Paramount dumped Crawl and  gave it no advance screenings. Too bad because it apparently is good

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9 minutes ago, Spaghetti said:

Wat

This comrade has lost his composure. 

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23 minutes ago, John Marston said:

Paramount dumped Crawl and  gave it no advance screenings. Too bad because it apparently is good

it's a lot of fun 

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1 minute ago, Waffles said:

 

 

Shaft did about 600K in previews, and that was an established brand. Long Shot also did about 660K. It's obviously not great, but I feel like O/U 10M is somewhat likely.

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How has MrPink posted twice in this thread without being banned? Do the weekend threads need to be as disappointing as the weekend grosses nowadays?

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Anyway, runtimes w/out credits and attachments for next week's release:

The Lion King: 1:47. Attachments are Maleficent and Mulan for 2D, Maleficent and Frozen for 3D

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