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2 minutes ago, cdsacken said:

Lmao damn. That's more than CM has done in a month and it's doing awesome.

Probably my prediction is too high 

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10 minutes ago, cdsacken said:

Lmao damn. That's more than CM has done in a month and it's doing awesome.

Almost everywhere, except US and few others, but also overall, EG weekend will be more than CM full run. I won't be surprised if India 2 days is more than CM full run.

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Shazams opening of 5.3 million is 2.7 million below 210th all time OW (paddington). Curious to see legs, assuming 13 million or less total.

 

Captain Marvel was 73rd all time and will end up with great 3.0 legs

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9 minutes ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

Almost everywhere, except US and few others, but also overall, EG weekend will be more than CM full run. I won't be surprised if India 2 days is more than CM full run.

I know it's just incredible to think about. EG is gonna be so huge, can't wait.

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15 minutes ago, fabiopazzo2 said:

Probably my prediction is too high 

Might even do 50+

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33 minutes ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

Almost everywhere, except US and few others, but also overall, EG weekend will be more than CM full run. I won't be surprised if India 2 days is more than CM full run.

It will happen mostly  in  front loaded markets, in countries with good legs will be rare (in Brazil for example, it is impossible).

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Just now, Lucasmessi12 said:

It will happen mostly  in  front loaded markets, in countries with good legs will be rare (in Brazil for example, it is impossible).

Yeah, but even in Brazil, it shouldn't be that far IMO. 

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17 minutes ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

Yeah, but even in Brazil, it shouldn't be that far IMO. 

Infinity war (which is the biggest OW in Brazil) made R$65m in the opening weekend, Captain Marvel will finish his run around R$148m., 

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The max OW I can see for brazil atm is R$100m so that still far of the 150m. 

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Today’s GBP to USD conversion rate: 1.31

Rank Film  (Distributor) Three-day gross (Mar 5-7)  Total gross to date  Week
1 Shazam! (Warner Bros) £4m £4m 1
Dumbo (Disney) £3.5m £12.1m 2
Pet Sematary (Paramount) £1.3m £1.6m 1
Captain Marvel (Disney) £1.2m £34.6m 5
5 Peppa Pig: Festival Of Fun (eOne)  £982,473  £982,473 1

 

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The Lego Movie 2 added £63,000 to take it to £18.3m to date

Green Book added £38,368 for £10m to date.

What Men Want took 137k weekend, taking it to £2.8m. .

Instant Family is up to £10.6m after adding £35,000 this weekend

Us added £929,197 in its third weekend, a 45% drop. The film is up to £8m 

The Sisters Brothers, a three-day total of £200,122 from 163 locations, a site average of £1,228. With previews, the film is on £226,593.

How To Train Your Dragon The Hidden World added £52,071 this weekend and is on £19.4m.

Missing Link opened with £637,325 from 546 sites this weekend, an average of £1,167

Fighting With My Family added £47,000 and is up to £5.7m to date

Fisherman’s Friends added a further £391,995 this weekend, a 38% drop ... again posted strong mid-weeks....£5.9m

The King & I took £210,462 from 229 sites; 

Bolshoi Ballet – The Golden Age grossed £76,563 from 137 sites

Khalid: Free Spirit took £31,868 from 172 sites.

The White Crow added £83,008 in its third weekend, a 43% drop, to take it to £900,112 

Five Feet Apart added £75,036 for £639,390

The Keeper opened in 78 sites, posting a non-final £77,780 for a screen average of £853.

At Eternity’s Gate added £58,197 this weekend, an impressive 1% increase on its debut session last week. The film played in 41 sites, up seven on last weekend.

The Kid Who Would Be King added 100+ sites ... (Cineworld, Odeon, Vue) hosted special kids’ screenings ,,, + more than 100% to £39,805. It’s now up to £3.6m lifetime.

Bohemian Rhapsody, in its 24th week now, is up to £54.9m. 

The Favourite is up to £16.9m

Romeo Akbar Walter opened with £33,843 from 36 screens

Happy As Lazzaro, ... 25 sites with an £34,537... With previews of £22,813... £57,350.

Lords Of Chaos took a further £2,143 for £40,337 so far.

 

https://www.screendaily.com/news/shazam-debuts-top-of-uk-box-office-with-4m-opening/5138412.article

 

 

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3 hours ago, cdsacken said:

Shazams opening of 5.3 million is 2.7 million below 210th all time OW (paddington). Curious to see legs, assuming 13 million or less total.

 

Captain Marvel was 73rd all time and will end up with great 3.0 legs

 

The exchange rate in the last 10-15 years has been so turbulent that it is REALLY hard to track relative successes of UK movies, so what seem like low rankings against films from 7-15 years ago are actually pretty decent relatively. 

 

Captain Marvel's current $42.7m in 2019 is from around £32.75m (as of the end of last weekend). EDIT: $45.3m from £34.6m

 

Hancock made $49.17m in 2008 from what would have been around £25m

 

Edited by Ipickthiswhiterose

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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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22 minutes 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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1 minute ago, john2000 said:

do you think that endgame will make a little money ww ?  ;)

I don't really understand what you're asking?

 

Will Endgame make money Worldwide? Yes, obviously... 

 

All I can think is the company I put Infinity War numbers in, and that was just because I looked up AIW numbers first, then looked up the big hitters of UK. However, I don't think Endgame will reach those heights here. I could see over $100m, but nothing for sure and certainly nowhere near the admissions of the others.

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15 minutes ago, feasby007 said:

I don't really understand what you're asking?

 

Will Endgame make money Worldwide? Yes, obviously... 

 

All I can think is the company I put Infinity War numbers in, and that was just because I looked up AIW numbers first, then looked up the big hitters of UK. However, I don't think Endgame will reach those heights here. I could see over $100m, but nothing for sure and certainly nowhere near the admissions of the others. 

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1 minute ago, Premium George said:

I don't get the joke either.

i was ironic/joking ..... nevermind 

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On 4/8/2019 at 5:19 PM, Ipickthiswhiterose said:

 

The exchange rate in the last 10-15 years has been so turbulent that it is REALLY hard to track relative successes of UK movies, so what seem like low rankings against films from 7-15 years ago are actually pretty decent relatively. 

 

Captain Marvel's current $42.7m in 2019 is from around £32.75m (as of the end of last weekend). EDIT: $45.3m from £34.6m

 

Hancock made $49.17m in 2008 from what would have been around £25m

 

Lord isn't that the truth. As an American it's crazy living here 2013 vs 2019. Much cheaper but seriously inflated prices after the Olympics came

 Restaurants were so much less 10 years ago when I visited

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3 minutes ago, john2000 said:

i was ironic/joking ..... nevermind 

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 :) 

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5 minutes ago, john2000 said:

i was ironic/joking ..... nevermind 

I get it. It's just you quoted that post which confused me. 

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