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Top playdates 17-Dec
all TLJ 

1-Vue Westfield London
2-Odeon Leicester Square
(tad behind Vue, +40% over CW LS, combined with CW Leicester Square with bullet)
3-CW crawley
4-CW Sheffield
5-Imax Southbank
6-CW Glasgow
7-NAC Showcase Bluewater
8-Odeon Kingston
9-Odeon Liverpool 1
10-Odeon Metrocentre
11-CW Basildon
12-CW Leicester Square

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34 minutes ago, Rth Ragnarok said:

Top playdates 17-Dec
all TLJ 

1-Vue Westfield London
2-Odeon Leicester Square
(tad behind Vue, +40% over CW LS, combined with CW Leicester Square with bullet)
3-CW crawley
4-CW Sheffield
5-Imax Southbank
6-CW Glasgow
7-NAC Showcase Bluewater
8-Odeon Kingston
9-Odeon Liverpool 1
10-Odeon Metrocentre
11-CW Basildon
12-CW Leicester Square

Interesting that Vue Westfield pipped OLS to the top spot considering it was behind on OD,  I guess BFI IMAX, OLS and CW LS can't compete with the screen capacity of VWL. 

 

 

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42 minutes ago, Rth Ragnarok said:

Top playdates 17-Dec
all TLJ 

1-Vue Westfield London
2-Odeon Leicester Square
(tad behind Vue, +40% over CW LS, combined with CW Leicester Square with bullet)
3-CW crawley
4-CW Sheffield
5-Imax Southbank
6-CW Glasgow
7-NAC Showcase Bluewater
8-Odeon Kingston
9-Odeon Liverpool 1
10-Odeon Metrocentre
11-CW Basildon
12-CW Leicester Square

How was Sunday's gross? Drop must have been very small.

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17 minutes ago, Jonwo said:

Interesting that Vue Westfield pipped OLS to the top spot considering it was behind on OD,  I guess BFI IMAX, OLS and CW LS can't compete with the screen capacity of VWL. 

 

 

VWL was only above OLS by 8k, also don't forget OLS & CWLS both playing , if say only OLS had it would have been much higher Gross as it is combining OLS CWLS 60% higher than VWL , BFI also suffers from capacity issue however hasn't stopped it in the past topping multis playing several screens. LS though has bigger drop off after week one  compared to other sites.

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17 minutes ago, Heretic said:

How was Sunday's gross? Drop must have been very small.

TFA Sat/Fri +25%, Sun/Sat -1%

TLJ Sat/Fri +35%, Sun/Sat -6%

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Just now, Rth Ragnarok said:

TFA Sat/Fri +25%, Sun/Sat -1%

TLJ Sat/Fri +35%, Sun/Sat -6%

Interesting it had a bigger Friday to Saturday but declined slightly more on the Sunday. Wasn't the Thursday/Friday drop bigger than TFA?

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Jonwo said:

Interesting it had a bigger Friday to Saturday but declined slightly more on the Sunday. Wasn't the Thursday/Friday drop bigger than TFA?

 

 

TFA Fri/Thu -28%

TLJ Fri/Thu -27%

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15 minutes ago, Rth Ragnarok said:

TFA Sat/Fri +25%, Sun/Sat -1%

TLJ Sat/Fri +35%, Sun/Sat -6%

Thank you!

 

So the breakdown would be something like:

 

Thu: £7.6m

Fri: £5.6m

Sat: £7.6m

Sun: £7.2m

 

 

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16 minutes ago, SchumacherFTW said:

We've actually had a pretty stonking good year at the BO when you look at it that way. 

Paramount had a shitty year, their highest grossing film will be Daddy's Home! 

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4 minutes ago, SchumacherFTW said:

I didn't realise TF missed £10m! 😂😂😂😂

Baywatch actually outgrossed it! That film actually did a lot better compared to the US. 

 

Pirates 5 actually had good legs considering it had a low OW, same with Wonder Woman. The biggest surprise of this year wasn't Dunkirk but IT, who'd thought a horror film would outgross Spider-Man and Thor.

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So TLJ has passed $50m as of Wednesday, and is probably around the $55m mark now. I expect it'll hit $70m (£53m) by Sunday, or just narrowly miss it. 

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Incredible numbers here in the UK for IT. 

 

Bigger than Spider-Man and Thor 3 and rated 15.

 

Incredible. 

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6 hours ago, UserHN said:

I'm curious about Coco's performance in the UK.

Should do quite well as it'll be the first family film since Jumanji although it faces Early Man, the new Aardman film

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When we get weekly numbers - worth noting that most schools have still been in this last week, which will make it harder to compare to TFA

 

Pitch Perfect and Jumanji have looked pretty neck and neck on their first two days. Ferdinand will have a solid opening number considering its EIGHT days of previews, but it's still being affected by Paddington 2 for sure. 

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21 hours ago, UserHN said:

I'm curious about Coco's performance in the UK.

I’ve seen some dodgy parents “watching” Coco on Facebook. So I’m guessing a pirate version must be available. 

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