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Captain Marvel …. £12.8m opening this weekend.

…. See earlier post

Fighting With My Family -37%... £1m …£3.7m

The LEGO Movie 2 .. £810,000 ….£16.8m

Instant Family … £670,000 …. £9m

How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World sum £18m …+ £651,113.

Everybody Knows … 54 locations £110,481 + £4,887  previews for an average of £2,046, the third best in the top 20 .

Mary Queen Of Scots  £22,383 …. £9m

Green Book -32% …. £505,938 … £8.4m

On The Basis Of Sex .. £96,323 … £1.3m

Vice sum  £4m

If Beale Street Could Talk sum £1.5m

Stan & Ollie sum £10.4m.

The Aftermath -56% .. £259,204 … £1.3m

The Kid Who Would Be King sum £3.3m +£179,610 WE.

Alita: Battle Angel added £168,947 …., - 70% sum £9m

The Favourite sum £16.5m

Bohemian Rhapsody sum £54.5m.

Can You Ever Forgive Me? Sum  £2m

Sleeping Beauty, … Bolshoi Ballet … one-day cinema £175,491 from 152 sites, with 14 further to report. The film will have an additional 16 encores and those are likely to push it to £200,000

Cold Pursuit added £134,168 … £1.7m.

The Kindergarten Teacher, … a three-day gross of £48,023 from 76 sites. Incl- previews £61,035

Maiden …£45,278, incl. previews 16 screens.

Free Solo is up to £2m, adding £35,493 this weekend.

Border … a full 16-week theatrical window, meaning it could play in Picturehouse cinemas. London’s Hackney Picturehouse was the second highest-grossing from its 49 sites as the film returned a three-day total of £41,883. With previews, its gross to date is £79,773.

Capernaum £39,151….. £357,478

The Hole In The Ground   £38,109 …£190,693.

Ray & Liz,  £11,484 from 13 screens WE + previews = £20,148.

A Private War took £8,613, bringing it to £478,236 so far.

Scotch – The Golden Dram, Including previews, £3,901 from 22 screens, primarily on single showings.

Foxtrot, …in 16 sites  £2,468…. £36,974.


 

 

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Top Playdates

All CW

1-Imax Southbank

2-Vue Westfield London

3-CW Sheffield

4-CW Crawley

5-NAC Showcase Bluwater

6-CW Leicester Square

(Combined with Odeon #15 easy #1). Odeon's high ticket prices and way under CW

7-CW Glasgow

8-CW Basildon

9-CW Dublin

10-Vue Manchester

11-CW Milton Keynes

12-Odeon Metrocentre

 

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6 minutes ago, Rthmar-vell said:

Top Playdates

All CW

1-Imax Southbank

2-Vue Westfield London

3-CW Sheffield

4-CW Crawley

5-NAC Showcase Bluwater

6-CW Leicester Square

(Combined with Odeon #15 easy #1). Odeon's high ticket prices and way under CW

7-CW Glasgow

8-CW Basildon

9-CW Dublin

10-Vue Manchester

11-CW Milton Keynes

12-Odeon Metrocentre

 

100% expected that.. Was sooooo busy there this weekend (and saw lots of sellouts too)

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1 Captain Marvel 2019/3/8 £ 12,750,000 £ 12,750,000 Walt Disney Int'l
2 Fighting With My Family 2019/3/1 £ 1,026,797 £ 3,648,932 Lionsgate
3 Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, The 2019/2/8 £ 816,200 £ 16,789,253 Warner Bros Int'l
4 Instant Family 2019/2/15 £ 673,286 £ 9,049,572 Paramount Int'l
5 How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World 2019/2/1 £ 655,248 £ 18,078,308 Universal Int'l
6 Green Book 2019/2/1 £ 510,848 £ 8,391,687 eOne Films
7 Aftermath, The 2019/3/1 £ 261,294 £ 1,347,795 Fox Int'l
8 Kid Who Would Be King, The 2019/2/15 £ 180,376 £ 3,304,720 Fox Int'l
9 Bolshoi Ballet: Sleeping Beauty (2019) 2019/3/8 £ 176,849 £ 176,849 Trafalgar Releasing
10 Alita: Battle Angel 2019/2/8 £ 169,459 £ 9,013,097 Fox Int'l
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On 3/5/2019 at 1:01 PM, Olive said:
1 Fighting With My Family 2019/3/1 £ 2,020,327 £ 2,020,327 Lionsgate
2 Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, The 2019/2/8 £ 1,387,088 £ 15,825,983 Warner Bros Int'l
3 Instant Family 2019/2/15 £ 1,084,555 £ 8,027,995 Paramount Int'l
4 How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World 2019/2/1 £ 1,046,554 £ 17,273,139 Universal Int'l
5 Aftermath, The 2019/3/1 £ 595,309 £ 595,309 Fox Int'l
6 Alita: Battle Angel 2019/2/8 £ 560,130 £ 8,622,483 Fox Int'l
7 Kid Who Would Be King, The 2019/2/15 £ 376,052 £ 3,085,482 Fox Int'l
8 Cold Pursuit 2019/2/22 £ 365,940 £ 1,393,383 Studiocanal
9 Women Of Mafia 2 2019/3/1 £ 299,541 £ 299,541 Phoenix
10 Favourite, The 2019/1/4 £ 286,128 £ 16,208,953 Fox Int'l

 

27 minutes ago, Olive said:
1 Captain Marvel 2019/3/8 £ 12,750,000 £ 12,750,000 Walt Disney Int'l
2 Fighting With My Family 2019/3/1 £ 1,026,797 £ 3,648,932 Lionsgate
3 Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, The 2019/2/8 £ 816,200 £ 16,789,253 Warner Bros Int'l
4 Instant Family 2019/2/15 £ 673,286 £ 9,049,572 Paramount Int'l
5 How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World 2019/2/1 £ 655,248 £ 18,078,308 Universal Int'l
6 Green Book 2019/2/1 £ 510,848 £ 8,391,687 eOne Films
7 Aftermath, The 2019/3/1 £ 261,294 £ 1,347,795 Fox Int'l
8 Kid Who Would Be King, The 2019/2/15 £ 180,376 £ 3,304,720 Fox Int'l
9 Bolshoi Ballet: Sleeping Beauty (2019) 2019/3/8 £ 176,849 £ 176,849 Trafalgar Releasing
10 Alita: Battle Angel 2019/2/8 £ 169,459 £ 9,013,097 Fox Int'l

 

Generally some pretty decent holds given Marvel's opening. 

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https://www.screendaily.com/news/captain-marvel-reigns-at-uk-box-office-with-67m-on-its-second-weekend/5137758.article

 

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Rank

Film  (Distributor)

Three-day gross (Mar 15-17) 

Total gross to date 

Week

1

Captain Marvel (Disney)

£6.7m

£23.6m

2

Fisherman’s Friends (Entertainment Film)

£1.2m

£1.2m

1

What Men Want (Paramount)

£840,000

£840,000

1

The LEGO Movie 2 (Warner Bros)

£643,000

£17.5m

6

5

Fighting With My Family (Lionsgate)

£631,431

£4.6m

3

Captain Marvel …. adding £6.7m = £23.6m … 665 sites… £10,216 site average. -48% .

CM details:

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That represents one of the lowest second-weekend drops of the first films for characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), suggesting strong word-of-mouth and audience appetite for a Marvel female superhero film. It beats 2008’s Iron Man (fell 64% for £10.2m); 2011’s Thor (fell 64% for £9.5m) and Captain America: The First Avenger (fell 61% for £6.9m); 2016’s Doctor Strange (fell 63% for £15.7m); 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming (fell 60% for £16.8m); and 2018’s Black Panther (fell 61% for £29.5m).

It also performed better than Marvel Comics adaptation Deadpool, which fell 59% for £25.9m in 2016; and dropped less than the 66% second weekend of last year’s Avengers: Infinity War, although that film had a mammoth £49m after two weekends.

From the MCU, only 2008’s The Incredible Hulk (fell 43% for £6.3m) and 2015’s Ant-Man (fell 37% for £9.6m) did better on their second weekends.

Compared to other standalone comic book character adaptations, Warner Bros’ Wonder Woman dropped 45% on its second weekend in 2017 for a £12.8m cume, while Man Of Steel fell 55% for £21.3m in 2013 and Aquaman slipped 54% for £10.1m in December last year.

The UK drop is on a par with the 47% slide across Europe and 48% in Latin America, and ahead of the 55% in North America and 53% in Asia-Pacific (excluding China).

 

Ralph Breaks The Internet -5%, …. £50,000 = £18.7m

Mary Poppins Returns … £30,000 = £44.2m

Glass … £19,000 = £10.9m.

Fisherman’s Friends … £1.2m three-day opening. …502 screens,…average of £2,290

What Men Want … £840,000 first weekend. ….495 locations… average £1,696

Instant Family -3ß%.. £468,000 = £9.7m

The LEGO Movie 2 … £643,000 = £17.5m.

Fighting With My Family …. £631,431 = £4.6m

How To Train Your Dragon … £530,243 = £18.7m

Everybody Knows now 85 locations …. £100,469 = £284,357

Green Book … £351,502 = £9.1m

On The Basis Of Sex added £44,815 for £1.4m after four, while If Beale Street Could Talk topped up by £24,086 to £1.5m.

The Kid Who Would Be King …. £107,892 = £3.4m. 

Alita: Battle Angel, … £78,076 = £9.2m

The Aftermath, … £75,131 = £1.7m

The Favourite … £66,800 = £16.7m

Bohemian Rhapsody, still in the top 20 after 21 weekends and adding £62,541 for £54.7m.

The Prodigy opened to £96,905 from 92 sites.

Ben Is Back, ….£81,872 … 114 locations …£718 average. =  £82,204 including previews.

Cold Pursuit … £59,677 = £1.9m

Under The Silver Lake … eight sites, .. £11,390 = £13,820 including previews.

Border added £31,435 on its second weekend for £146,127 total. 

Capernaum took £22,184 on its fourth weekend for a cume of £415,558.

Benjamin made £32,236 … 17 sites, including £11,546 from previews.

The Kindergarten Teacher … £17,259 = £119,028

Girl, … £17,144 from 25 sites, nine of which were Curzon’s own.

Women Of Mafia 2 (Kobiety Mafii 2) is up to £352,483.

Children Of The Snow Land, … £4,458 from two sites…Curzon Soho on Thursday and the Rio Dalston on Sunday.

The Fight, …took £4,393 from 22 locations, £200 average.

 

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top playdates 18-Mar
1-Vue Westfield London
2-NAC Showcase Bluewater
3-CW Crawley
4-Imax Southbank
5-CW Basildon
6-CW Sheffield
7-CW Milton Keynes
8-NAC Showcase Southhampton
9-CW Glasgow
10-Odeon Trafford
11-CW Leicester Square
(Combined with Odeon would be #1)
12-Vue Stratford

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I'm impressed Fisherman's Friends did over £1m. 

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Impressive hold for Captain Marvel, looks like it’s heading for a £35m ($45m+) total. 

 

Will be interesting to see who takes number 1 this weekend as I think Us will have a strong opening and CM will probably make between £3-3.5m. 

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posted for the change of #4 nd #5 see weekend vs Monday

 

MONDAY:

1 - Captain Marvel

2 - Fisherman's Friends

3 - What Men Want

4 - Instant Family

5 - The LEGO Movie 2

 

LAST WEEKEND'S BOX OFFICE GROSSES:

1 - Captain Marvel - £6.6m

2 - Fisherman's Friends - £1.1m

3 - What Men Want - £836k

4 - The LEGO Movie 2 - £643k

5 - Fighting With My Family - £632k

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1 hour ago, terrestrial said:

posted for the change of #4 nd #5 see weekend vs Monday

 

MONDAY:

1 - Captain Marvel

2 - Fisherman's Friends

3 - What Men Want

4 - Instant Family

5 - The LEGO Movie 2

 

LAST WEEKEND'S BOX OFFICE GROSSES:

1 - Captain Marvel - £6.6m

2 - Fisherman's Friends - £1.1m

3 - What Men Want - £836k

4 - The LEGO Movie 2 - £643k

5 - Fighting With My Family - £632k

Think thats normal with a animation movie on weekdays or is Fighting with my also a animation movie?

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2 hours ago, pepsa said:

Think thats normal with a animation movie on weekdays or is Fighting with my also a animation movie?

I usually do not often post sole ranking tweets as they are mostly not saying much / are identical to the weekend, but if I see a change then I sometimes do posts the tweet, usually high-lightning / marking the difference. Its not about to think its something strange or exceptional, its more like a #4 change might get missed....

 

For me its not about which movie is mentioned, its in my feed, it might interest someone,.... so I post it ;) (I do not watch animated and have no idea what the other movie is about  ;) )

 

I think I have a bit too many comscore accounts in my feed, especially the South America ones do not often deliver numbers too

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many 'e's and others are missing - bad keyboard
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1 Captain Marvel 2019/3/8 £ 6,643,217 £ 23,657,527 Walt Disney Int'l
2 Fisherman's Friends 2019/3/15 £ 1,154,864 £ 1,154,864 Entertainment Film Distributors
3 What Men Want 2019/3/15 £ 836,612 £ 836,612 Paramount Int'l
4 Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, The 2019/2/8 £ 643,623 £ 17,522,377 Warner Bros Int'l
5 Fighting With My Family 2019/3/1 £ 632,598 £ 4,640,128 Lionsgate
6 How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World 2019/2/1 £ 530,499 £ 18,696,164 Universal Int'l
7 Instant Family 2019/2/15 £ 467,902 £ 9,746,027 Paramount Int'l
8 Green Book 2019/2/1 £ 351,502 £ 9,091,220 eOne Films
9 Eggnog 3 2019/3/15 £ 167,934 £ 167,934 Magnetes Pictures
10 Kid Who Would Be King, The 2019/2/15 £ 108,728 £ 3,426,172 Fox Int'l
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Us is predicted to open a little behind the US figure, using the conventional yardstick of a UK that is 10% of a film’s US bow, minus currency conversion. In that respect, an opening of £2.5m - £3m would be roughly in line with expectations.

US is going head-to-head with Disney’s Captain Marvel, which was up to £25.7m in the UK as of Wednesday (March 20).

 

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also opening: The White Crow, ..... Five Feet Apart, which Vertigo is releasing into 100+ cinemas. ,.... Sorry Angel ...... Minding The Gap,.... 90 Minutes, ....

holdovers: Fisherman’s Friends, .... posted strong mid-weeks, rising to £2.4m cume by close of play on Thursday,....

https://www.screendaily.com/news/jordan-peeles-us-to-battle-captain-marvel-at-uk-box-office/5137922.article

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WE lookings CM lc3.4m, Us 2.8m

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Posted (edited)
3 minutes ago, Rthmar-vell said:

 CM lc3.4m

Good. A bit short my expectations though.

Edited by Charlie Jatinder

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So looks like another sub 50% drop for CM. Good opening for Us aswell, higher than Get Out’s £2.1m. 

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