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Weekend Thread: Top 5 Actuals- The Lion King $76.62M | OUATIH $41.08M | SM: FFH $12.45M | TS3 $10.45M | CRAWL $4.06M

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https://deadline.com/2019/07/once-upon-a-time-in-hollywood-quentin-tarantino-box-office-lion-king-weekend-1202654606/

 

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Sony’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood had a fantastic night at the box office with $5.8M from showtimes that began at 4PM, and ComScore/Screen Engine PostTrak exits are great at a solid 4 stars and 55% definite recommend.

While tracking at the Quentin Tarantino ode to the summer of ’69 in the low $30Ms, he could very well be looking at his best opening of his career, besting Inglourious Basterds‘ $38M.

Prior to this the biggest preview night for Tarantino was Inglourious Basterds’ midnight shows with $1.3M back in August 2009. Last night’s haul beats Dunkirk‘s $5.5M, another July pic from a moviegoer fave auteur which wound up squashing its $35M-$40M tracking at the time with a $50.5M.

 

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Holy crap. Even with 8x that's 46.4m. 8.6ish gets 50m OW

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Hoping for 10x+

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Just now, cdsacken said:

Holy crap. Even with 8x that's 46.4m. 8.6ish gets 50m OW

yeah it's huge. the power of leo

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Not surprised at all. PS for today is really good. I have looked at several cities and evening shows are close to sellouts. At Arclight hollywood it has presold like 6000 tickets !!!! I am sure its gonna have a huge OD. 60m+ OW for sure.

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1 minute ago, Alli said:

yeah it's huge. the power of leo

yet you had to create a under 100m thread for a leo movie with QT/Pitt/Robbie. :WHATanabe:

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Just now, keysersoze123 said:

60m+ OW for sure

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3 minutes ago, sfran43 said:

 

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2 minutes ago, TMP said:

Hoping for 10x+

Seems unlikely. Still I mean let's say 9x. 52.2m is awesome for this film and way above forecast.

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I'm not certain of it crossing $20m today. With the 4pm previews and the longer runtime, I'm not sure they'd fit in a lot more shows today than they did yesterday.

 

Either way, it's really strong and should hit a $50m weekend.

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3 minutes ago, keysersoze123 said:

Not surprised at all. PS for today is really good. I have looked at several cities and evening shows are close to sellouts. At Arclight hollywood it has presold like 6000 tickets !!!! I am sure its gonna have a huge OD. 60m+ OW for sure.

60 isn't locked at all. 50 I think is even then that's 8.63x. I actually think a safe bet is in-between 50-60

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the market was hungry for an adult movie. all we had was disney kids movies

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Massive numbers. Since I doubt this is especially frontloaded, it should come very close to $50M for the weekend at least.

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A King of the Monsters multiplier would give this 44M. But WOM seems better, and I don't think it will be that fan-driven, so it can probably do O/U 50M

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