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2 minutes ago, feasby007 said:

Sorry, it's still early for me (well, 11:30am ain't exactly early but it certainly feels it) so I probably just completely missed it! 

 

No need to go and remove your posts though :P Own the joke, regardless of whether it was good or not :) 

anyway thank you from the information though :) i know that 100 for endgame isnt certain but the fact that it can do it its enough for me :)

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1 Shazam! 2019/4/5 £ 4,067,068 £ 4,067,068 Warner Bros Int'l
2 Dumbo 2019/3/29 £ 3,508,551 £ 12,083,765 Walt Disney Int'l
3 Pet Sematary 2019/4/5 £ 1,554,881 £ 1,554,881 Paramount Int'l
4 Captain Marvel 2019/3/8 £ 1,156,476 £ 34,623,067 Walt Disney Int'l
5 Peppa Pig: Festival Of Fun 2019/4/5 £ 982,617 £ 982,617 eOne Films
6 Us 2019/3/22 £ 931,089 £ 8,012,263 Universal Int'l
7 Missing Link 2019/4/5 £ 644,649 £ 644,649 Lionsgate
8 Fisherman's Friends 2019/3/15 £ 391,995 £ 5,943,711 Entertainment Film Distributors
9 Sisters Brothers, The 2019/4/5 £ 253,187 £ 253,187 Universal Int'l
10 What Men Want 2019/3/15 £ 138,001 £ 2,789,853 Paramount Int'l
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I'm not gonna lie I'm not surprised the British love Dumbo. Gloomy works great there haha

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1 hour ago, feasby007 said:

Somebody posted this fantastic resource on reddit, we can find the admissions data for the UK! 

 

A selection of movies below, surprising how high Avatar's admissions were (given the high price)!

 

Infinity War - 9,190,814 (http://lumiere.obs.coe.int/web/film_info/?id=77575)

TFA - 17,004,399 (http://lumiere.obs.coe.int/web/film_info/?id=63935)

Titanic - 18,953,429 (http://lumiere.obs.coe.int/web/film_info/?id=8001)

Skyfall - 16,147,254 (http://lumiere.obs.coe.int/web/film_info/?id=40163)

Avatar - 16,514,063 (http://lumiere.obs.coe.int/web/film_info/?id=32191)

 

I've never known about this before, didn't even know we could get admissions data for the UK!

 

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Die erfolgreichsten Filme aller Zeiten
Nr. admissions Film
1 35.000.000 Vom Winde verweht (Gone with the Wind)
2 30.000.000 Meine Lieder - meine Träume (The Sound of Music)
3 28.000.000 Schneewittchen und die sieben Zwerge (Snow White...)
4 20.760.000 Krieg der Sterne (Star Wars)
FLgb_small.png 20.500.000 Tanz in den Frühling (Spring in Park Lane)
6 20.400.000 Die besten Jahre unseres Lebens (The Best Years of Our Lives)
7 19.800.000 Das Dschungelbuch (Jungle Book)
8 18.910.000 Titanic
FLgb_small.png 18.400.000 Die Frau ohne Herz (The Wicked Lady)
FLgb_small.png 17.900.000 Der letzte Schleier (The Seventh Veil)
Die erfolgreichsten (most sucessful) Filme aller Zeiten
Nr. £ Film
FLgb_small.png 123.017.325 Star Wars - Das Erwachen der Macht
FLgb_small.png 103.215.427 Skyfall
FLgb_small.png 95.200.787 Spectre
4 94.025.632 Avatar
FLgb_small.png 82.659.680 Star Wars -. Die letzten Jedi
6 80.079.576 Titanic
7 73.970.043 Toy Story 3
FLgb_small.png 73.094.515 Harry Potter 7-2
FLgb_small.png 72.430.579 Die Schöne und das Biest (Beauty Beast)
FLgb_small.png 70.804.892 Avengers - Infinity War
Die besten Starts (best OW) aller Zeiten (all time)
Nr. £ Film
FLgb_small.png 41.299.090 Spectre
FLgb_small.png 34.011.849 Star Wars - Das Erwachen der Macht
FLgb_small.png 28.010.841 Star Wars - Die letzten Jedi
FLgb_small.png 23.882.688 Harry Potter 3
FLgb_small.png 23.753.171 Harry Potter 7.2
6 23.100.677 Avengers 3
7 21.187.264 Toy Story 3
FLgb_small.png 20.180.369 Skyfall
FLgb_small.png 19.784.924 Harry Potter 6
FLgb_small.png 19.700.000 Die Schöne und das Biest (Beauty Beast)

 

admissions: titles partly out of the '40

 

That part you get to see also for the 2018... overview, only change the 2019 to 2018 or click on the 2018 at the let upper corner

http://www.insidekino.com/BO/GB2019.htm

 

All time admissions long list (its actually 107 not 100 like the link implies) but only till 2005, as 2006 their per year system for UK starts

http://www.insidekino.com/DJahr/GBAlltime100.htm

forgot to add: left column ) UK, the two on the right side are the admissions for Germany and France, no idea why they are listed in such a way.

 

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I guess Missing Link opened, maybe not a full day....

 

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  1. TUESDAY: 1 - Dumbo 2 - Shazam! 3 - Missing Link 4 - Captain Marvel 5 - Wonder Park

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    MONDAY: 1 - Dumbo 2 - Shazam! 3 - Captain Marvel 4 - Pet Sematary 5 - Wonder Park

 

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2 minutes ago, terrestrial said:

I guess Missing Link opened, maybe not a full day....

 

 

I thought it released at the weekend just gone? I watched it yesterday, not many people there. Utterly mindblowing though

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6 minutes ago, feasby007 said:

I thought it released at the weekend just gone? I watched it yesterday, not many people there. Utterly mindblowing though

But if they released it at the weekend (hmm I did the report, but as that always includes many titles...) I guess than it is not good it isn't in the top 5 of Monday?

 

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3 minutes ago, terrestrial said:

But if they released it at the weekend (hmm I did the report, but as that always includes many titles...) I guess than it is not good it isn't in the top 5 of Monday?

 

 

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1 Shazam! 2019/4/5 £ 4,067,068 £ 4,067,068 Warner Bros Int'l
2 Dumbo 2019/3/29 £ 3,508,551 £ 12,083,765 Walt Disney Int'l
3 Pet Sematary 2019/4/5 £ 1,554,881 £ 1,554,881 Paramount Int'l
4 Captain Marvel 2019/3/8 £ 1,156,476 £ 34,623,067 Walt Disney Int'l
5 Peppa Pig: Festival Of Fun 2019/4/5 £ 982,617 £ 982,617 eOne Films
6 Us 2019/3/22 £ 931,089 £ 8,012,263 Universal Int'l
7 Missing Link 2019/4/5 £ 644,649 £ 644,649 Lionsgate
8 Fisherman's Friends 2019/3/15 £ 391,995 £ 5,943,711 Entertainment Film Distributors
9 Sisters Brothers, The 2019/4/5 £ 253,187 £ 253,187 Universal Int'l
10 What Men Want 2019/3/15 £ 138,001 £ 2,789,853 Paramount Int'l

7th at the weekend, impressive it's even in top 5 during the week at all given it's generally aimed at children.

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4 minutes ago, terrestrial said:

But if they released it at the weekend (hmm I did the report, but as that always includes many titles...) I guess than it is not good it isn't in the top 5 of Monday?

 

It did badly at the weekend, opening in 7th place.

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1 minute ago, feasby007 said:

7th at the weekend, impressive it's even in top 5 during the week at all given it's generally aimed at children.

So there is hope. I am not into animated, but read rather positive reactions incl yours. Fingers crossed for it 😉

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1 minute ago, terrestrial said:

So there is hope. I am not into animated, but read rather positive reactions incl yours. Fingers crossed for it 😉

I think it'll do alright, on par with Kubo. Stop-motion is always a more niche audience anyway. 

 

Opening is similar to Kubo, so I think it is good. Thanks for reporting the daily ranking :thumbsup:

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I was just checking the Avengers Endgame midnight showings at my nearest Cineworld (Sheffield - 20 screens) and including the double bill showings, they’ve currently got 14 screens playing Endgame at midnight, with nearly all of them completely sold out or just a smattering of random seats left, and they’ve got a 3:45am IMAX show that is likely to come very close to selling out. Even Star Wars TFA didn’t have as many sold out midnight showings, and the TFA 3:30am show only got to around half full.

 

The Odeon (10 screens), Curzon (3 screens) and Light (9 screens) have it playing on every screen they’ve got and are practically sold out too. 

 

The UK midnight/previews record is definitely going down.

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5 minutes ago, SnokesLegs said:

I was just checking the Avengers Endgame midnight showings at my nearest Cineworld (Sheffield - 20 screens) and including the double bill showings, they’ve currently got 14 screens playing Endgame at midnight, with nearly all of them completely sold out or just a smattering of random seats left, and they’ve got a 3:45am IMAX show that is likely to come very close to selling out. Even Star Wars TFA didn’t have as many sold out midnight showings, and the TFA 3:30am show only got to around half full.

 

The Odeon (10 screens), Curzon (3 screens) and Light (9 screens) have it playing on every screen they’ve got and are practically sold out too. 

 

The UK midnight/previews record is definitely going down.

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Looks like Hellboy and Wonder Park are heading for low OW if neither were in the top five. It's interesting that Dumbo has done better in the week than Shazam.

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13 minutes ago, Jonwo said:

Looks like Hellboy and Wonder Park are heading for low OW if neither were in the top five. It's interesting that Dumbo has done better in the week than Shazam.

It's so gloomy and depressing. Tends to resonate with them. That or temporary childhood escape from Brexit. One of the two.

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11 minutes ago, Jonwo said:

Looks like Hellboy and Wonder Park are heading for low OW if neither were in the top five. It's interesting that Dumbo has done better in the week than Shazam.

Dumbo's having some really nice legs in the UK, France, Spain, Italy etc - unlike the US.  This w/e it should pass MPR's O/S total as it already stands at $152.7m

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53 minutes ago, TalismanRing said:

Dumbo's having some really nice legs in the UK, France, Spain, Italy etc - unlike the US.  This w/e it should pass MPR's O/S total as it already stands at $152.7m

Yeah Easter will help its legs in Europe even more.

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