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1 N It: Chapter Two WB (NL) $91,000,000 - 4,570 - $19,912 $91,000,000 - 1
2 1 Angel has Fallen LGF $6,000,000 -49.1% 3,229 -107 $1,858 $53,460,501 $40 3
3 2 Good Boys Uni. $5,390,000 -43.3% 3,193 -265 $1,688 $66,849,700 $20 4
4 3 The Lion King (2019) BV $4,193,000 -39.4% 2,610 -580 $1,607 $529,106,439 $260 8
5 6 Overcomer Affirm $3,750,000 -33.8% 2,153 +326 $1,742 $24,706,163 $5 3
6 4 Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw Uni. $3,720,000 -42.4% 2,299 -673 $1,618 $164,252,145 $200 6
7 12 The Peanut Butter Falcon RAtt. $2,276,430 -24.6% 1,310 +61 $1,738 $12,282,689 - 5
8 7 Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark LGF $2,275,000 -54.5% 2,101 -646 $1,083 $62,100,734 $25 5
9 5 Ready or Not FoxS $2,229,000 -62.3% 2,350 -648 $949 $25,630,688 $6 3
10 11 Dora and the Lost City of Gold Par. $2,170,000 -47.1% 1,788 -689 $1,214 $54,159,150 $49 5
11 10 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Sony $2,155,000 -47.7% 1,402 -591 $1,537 $134,357,282 $90 7
12 9 The Angry Birds Movie 2 Sony $1,625,000 -61.7% 1,854 -1,457 $876 $38,002,894 $65 4
13 8 Spider-Man: Far from Home Sony $1,230,000 -71.4% 1,433 -1,729 $858 $388,112,846 $160 10
14 27 Brittany Runs a Marathon Amazon $1,036,186 +149.2% 230 +182 $4,505 $1,902,218 - 3
15 13 47 Meters Down: Uncaged ENTMP $845,000 -65.2% 975 -1,249 $867 $21,006,740 $12 4
16 15 Don't Let Go OTL $800,000 -65.8% 922 - $868 $4,300,680 $5 2
17 N Chhichhore FIP $575,000 - 195 - $2,949 $575,000 - 1
18 14 Toy Story 4 BV $541,000 -77.3% 640 -2,075 $845 $431,804,269 - 12
19 19 Tod@s Caen PNT $480,000 -56.3% 371 - $1,294 $2,081,041 - 2
20 17 The Art of Racing in the Rain Fox $479,000 -63.9% 740 -735 $647 $25,229,078 - 5
21 21 The Farewell A24 $455,271 -45.9% 368 -523 $1,237 $16,739,411 - 9
22 43 Official Secrets IFC $252,108 +288.1% 42 +38 $6,003 $349,891 - 2
23 24 Aladdin (2019) BV $251,000 -44.2% 198 -32 $1,268 $354,791,999 $183 16
24 25 After the Wedding (2019) SPC $222,598 -50.2% 283 -145 $787 $1,371,218 - 5
25 30 Luce Neon $155,600 -48.2% 183 -52 $850 $1,665,552 - 6
26 22 Midsommar A24 $144,448 -78.4% 234 -442 $617 $27,241,104 - 10
27 29 Mission Mangal FIP $120,000 -68.0% 94 -57 $1,277 $3,579,348 - 4
28 N Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice Greenwich $115,500 - 7 - $16,500 $115,500 - 1
29 39 Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles RAtt. $100,548 +28.9% 68 +40 $1,479 $299,551 - 3
30 34 Maiden SPC $90,810 -37.3% 108 -72 $841 $2,966,171 - 11
31 54 Miles Davis: Birth of Cool Abr. $62,190 +70.6% 16 +14 $3,887 $158,214 - 3
32 38 John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum LG/S $53,000 -36.4% 113 -26 $469 $171,002,378 - 17
33 55 David Crosby: Remember My Name SPC $51,018 +44.7% 66 +19 $773 $626,458 - 8
34 46 Honeyland Neon $50,600 -5.5% 56 +14 $904 $467,510 - 7
35 59 Before You Know It (2019) 1091 $40,000 +73.3% 31 +28 $1,290 $73,873 - 2
36 26 Bennett's War FF $37,274 -91.3% 290 -680 $129 $723,089 - 2
37 48 Tel Aviv on Fire Cohen $28,701 -41.2% 22 -13 $1,305 $449,371 - 6
38 53 Give Me Liberty MBox $24,138 -35.1% 13 +4 $1,857 $129,238 - 3
39 49 Aquarela SPC $23,474 -45.6% 23 -12 $1,021 $181,108 - 4
40 47 The Nightingale (2019) IFC $22,273 -56.0% 46 -33 $484 $382,538 - 6
41 N Ms. Purple Osci. $18,650 - 1 - $18,650 $18,650 - 1
42 40 Avengers: Endgame BV $12,000 -83.0% 55 -55 $218 $858,365,685 $356 20
43 33 Killerman Blue Fox $11,831 -92.3% 48 -274 $246 $278,053 - 2
44 N Edie MBox $8,467 - 7 - $1,210 $8,467 - 1
45 78 Free Trip to Egypt INDEP $2,315 +29.8% 5 +3 $463 $41,412 - 15
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JW3 passed $171M this weekend

John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum

Domestic Total as of Sep. 8, 2019: $171,002,378 
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10 minutes ago, The Horror of Lucas Films said:

Current markets will bring at least $460m, I think $500m is locked for IT2. 

460 from current markets probably misses 500, and it’s not hard to see current markets below 460. 

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1 hour ago, Nero said:

This is such a strange take, although Disney is remaking same movies but they are at least good enough that audiences enjoy. Just look at Aladdin phenomenal legs everywhere. Its just a rehash of old story but they make it more fun and enjoyable. Other studios are failing in that regard imo

I kind of disagree.  I think Aladdin and Lion King are all nostalgia which is fine.  Toy Story 4 is actually a well made movie. 

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I think Angel Has Fallen is a case of the previous movies getting some burn on Netflix.  They are fun movies to just throw on as some background noise. 

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1 hour ago, Eric! said:

There actually is one from STX on Halloween weekend called Countdown. I can't find the trailer online, but I got the preview at It 2, and...yikes lmao.

 

But more than likely, it's probably a case where studios saw the logjam of Joker/Zombieland/Maleficent and decided it was best to sit this one out.

Incredible premise... :lol:

 

https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3555796/smart-phone-app-predicts-youll-die-countdown-cast-includes-annabelle-creation-star/

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Horror sequels are commonly known to suffer massive declines from their predecessors. Only exceptions were The Conjuring 2 to the Conjuring domestic as that were 7.5% or 74.5%(the smaller one sounds better) declines or something of that nature, and Scream  2 to Scream 1 was at 9.84%  unadjusted. IT Chapter 2 will do about $110-$115 million less than its predecessor, $215-$220 million domestic sounds like a high for it. As next weekend, it should do $32 million which would be enough for the top spot as Im thinking Hustlers will do $20-$23 million second place 

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29 minutes ago, Maxmoser3 said:

Horror sequels are commonly known to suffer massive declines from their predecessors.

 

 

So what type of numbers should we expect for A Really Quiet Place?

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Could Sony do a Spectre/Passengers for Far From Home to reach 40?

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2 hours ago, sfran43 said:

 

The OS run for this has been amazing. Hope it can pass JW worldwide. 

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9 minutes ago, John Marston said:

Could Sony do a Spectre/Passengers for Far From Home to reach 40?

It has already done 348 mill more than 40😚

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9 minutes ago, fmpro said:

It has already done 348 mill more than 40😚

Nah, it really only made $40 DOM. The rest was just Disney inflating the gross like they did with CRAPtain Marvel and BLAND Panther.

 

This guy told me so:

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25 minutes ago, John Marston said:

Could Sony do a Spectre/Passengers for Far From Home to reach 40?

 

It's nowhere near as close as Spectre or Passengers were to their round numbers.

 

And it's not like 390 is some bad number or anything, it's already a huge hit. 390 is a number that any upcoming movie (not named The Rise Of Skywalker) would be happy with.

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10 minutes ago, LOGAN'sLuckyRun said:

Nah, it really only made $40 DOM. The rest was just Disney inflating the gross like they did with CRAPtain Marvel and BLAND Panther.

 

This guy told me so:

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I always say the Funko pops add an air of legitimacy 

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56 minutes ago, kitik said:

 

 

So what type of numbers should we expect for A Really Quiet Place?

Well... who knows. It could sneak past $100 million or it could increase its unkown. Halloween Kills will do probably $95-$115 million domestic next year. 

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Whenever a movie flops, Disney is to blame. This is shazam, gotm, pikapika, etc all over again.

Is it so difficult for other studios to make movies that GA is interested in?

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1 hour ago, xiazhi said:

Whenever a movie flops, Disney is to blame. This is shazam, gotm, pikapika, etc all over again.

Is it so difficult for other studios to make movies that GA is interested in?

I agree that blaming Disney is a bit hyperbolic and certainly unproductive, but I take serious issue with your use of the word "flop". It2 is a smashing success expectations be damned, and Shazam and Pika were both successes, albeit on a more modest scale (if you factor in that they were well-liked and that each launched a new franchise, Id even say they were quite successful). Also both movies played around EG, so while its not like EG (and by extension Disney) prevented them from being billion dollar hits, that movie certainly sucked a lot of oxygen out of the box office. KoTM is closest to my heart and I was the most active Ive ever been on this forum when it released. I dont recall a single person blaming Disney for its relative underperformance. Also to clarify again, while its hard to argue that KoTM was a success, it certainly wasnt a flop either

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I really doubt Warner Bros were expecting Chapter 2 to be as big as the first one.

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