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UK Box Office Thread: Endgame breaks all opening records with astonishing £43.4m ($56m)!!

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12 minutes ago, SchumacherFTW said:

I'll vouch for that. My 1030 cap screening sold out, and has at least 5 more already today. Jungle Book has only 2 screenings left today that aren't sold out, and Zootopia sold out its last show on my way out. Disney could have one of the best single days on record as a distributor imo. 

Yeah, I'm seeing even more sell-outs for TJB right now than Cap. Looks as busy as its first Saturday. It's having an absolutely insane day. Probably over £6m between the 2 of them.

 

 

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8 minutes ago, Heretic said:

Yeah, I'm seeing even more sell-outs for TJB right now than Cap. Looks as busy as its first Saturday. It's having an absolutely insane day. Probably over £6m between the 2 of them.

 

 

I would say up to £500k for Zootopia as well. I couldn't believe how busy it was when I walked in to the cinema this morning. Looked like a Friday night, not a Monday morning. 

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$21.1m for CW. That's £14.4m, nice boost from estimates. Can't believe it missed the record by £200k!

 

Looking at how busy it was today though, it wouldn't surprise me if it topped £18m for the 4 day, which would be the record for a superhero film. 

 

 

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Batman v Superman did £17.96m including Easter Monday so I reckon it'll be close. Officially AoU has the four day superhero opening record with £18.02m. Cant believe how close the openings are with only tens of thousands between them. 

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On 1/5/2016 at 11:21 PM, Cynosure said:

Both Australia and the U.K pointing to a similar direction when it comes to the DOM opening it seems.

man this is huge :o

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£19m! Ending up breaking the 4 day record with ease with an absolutely massive bank holiday Monday. Incredible opening! 

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£8.7m 4 day for Jungle Book, increase on last weekend, even if it was just a holiday weekend. Absolutely mindblowing. I have no doubt it's hitting £50m now. Crazy.

 

Very nice for Zootopia too, should pass $35m. 

 

What a huge weekend for Disney! 

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It'll be interesting to see CW's drop this weekend since there is no holiday weekend to soften it. I reckon it'll be around £7.5-8m+ similar to Age of Ultron. 

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8 minutes ago, wileECoyote said:

So about £1.8 Tues. good drop? Bad drop? 

i think not bad after a long weekend

 

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13 minutes ago, wileECoyote said:

So about £1.8 Tues. good drop? Bad drop? 

 

I presume that's rather good since it's a non holiday school week day.  Yes?   BvS did £1.5m on it's second Friday

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2 minutes ago, TalismanRing said:

 

I presume that's rather good since it's a non holiday school week day.  Yes?   BvS did £1.5m on it's second Friday

 

Yeah looking back.. About £4.6 Monday and £1.8 Tuesday or about 61% drop.  About the same kind of drop after Memorial Day in North Ameica.

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Keep in mind that Civil War doesn't have holidays so Tuesday to Thursday will be lower compared to BvS which had Easter holidays so would have higher dailies

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That's a very good number. I was expecting below £1.5m. About $30.2m 5 day.

 

 

 

 

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The weather is getting very warm this weekend, almost summer-like actually. We just had one of the coldest April's in years, and this is the first proper warmth of the year. BBC is predicting mid 20s in London. Expect some impacts on BO.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Heretic said:

The weather is getting very warm this weekend, almost summer-like actually. We just had one of the coldest April's in years, and this is the first proper warmth of the year. BBC is predicting mid 20s in London. Expect some impacts on BO.

 

 

 

Will probably hit Bad Neighbours 2 and Florence Foster Jenkins the most rather than the holdovers

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I can see it effecting everything. In London, it's 25 degrees and sunny on Saturday and Sunday. Everyone will be out enjoying the weather. I feel for Scotland, really. They're still stuck in the mid teens, which is why I could never live there.

 

Neighbours 2 will definitely have a dented opening, maybe £2m? Far cry from the first, although that had a full week opening, for £8.5m.

 

As for holdovers, I could see Civil War dropping to as low as £6-7m, instead of £8.6m like AoU, even if that had its 2nd weekend on bank holiday weekend. 

 

Jungle Book will likely have its biggest fall yet, but everything should rebound next weekend. 

 

 

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