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Europe is the real overperformer here. Great numbers across the board but some amazing ones in Europe.

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2 minutes ago, Menor said:

Europe is the real overperformer here. Great numbers across the board but some amazing ones in Europe.

With no France or Germany yet!!

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Just now, Minnale101 said:

With no France or Germany yet!!

What could we expect realistically? 

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4 minutes ago, Menor said:

Europe is the real overperformer here. Great numbers across the board but some amazing ones in Europe.

Japan As well ...

 

$6.7 M OW .. best ever start for a DC Movie & Non-Avengers/Spiderman CBM ... 😍

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Deadline: There was simply no clowning around for Warner Bros/Village Roadshow/Bron Studios’ Joker which has grossed a phenomenal $234M worldwide in its first weekend out. Of that, Todd Phillips’ origins story made $140.5M from 73 markets at the international box office. The figures set a new October record, topping last year’s Venom which previously held the month’s mantle for best domestic, overseas and global openings.

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41 minutes ago, TMP said:

What could we expect realistically? 

Germany really isn’t a superhero country but France should do really well. 

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9 minutes ago, Minnale101 said:

Germany really isn’t a superhero country but France should do really well. 

Might the fact that this isn't a superhero movie play to its strength there?

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2 minutes ago, reddevil19 said:

Might the fact that this isn't a superhero movie play to its strength there?

i think that he meant comicbook genre and instead he used the term superhero movie

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55 minutes ago, john2000 said:

i think that he meant comicbook genre and instead he used the term superhero movie

Yeah, I got that - I was just genuinely pondering whether this will be received more as a thriller/drama and not necessarily be held back because of the market's dislike for the comic book genre. Releasing a week after most of the rest of the world allows for WOM to build in the market as well, for better or worse (and with it opening so big everywhere else, it's bound to generate some kind of buzz). It'll be interesting to see, whatever the result actually is. Maybe Germany is just sick of cinema-going...

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2 hours ago, TMP said:

What could we expect realistically? 

Expecting 3,5M admissions in France, which would be around 28-30M$ for now.

It is heavily advertised, and previewed nationwide to raves.

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5 minutes ago, Parasite said:

Expecting 3,5M admissions in France, which would be around 28-30M$ for now.

It is heavily advertised, and previewed nationwide to raves.

He is talking about Germany ...

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1 minute ago, Minnale101 said:

He quoted me and he was talking about both 

Oh okk  :)  

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3 hours ago, Minnale101 said:

Germany really isn’t a superhero country but France should do really well. 

Neither is Japan... I get the impression that the combination of CBM fan audience and reception as a drama (drawing in non-CBM fans) is driving the explosion in Europe, since that region tends to be less enthusiastic about traditional CBM fare.

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It's easy to understand why it's doing great in Europe. It's simply more european film than american. It's dark. It's sad. It's artsy. It's actually very euro friendly film and that's also why it had raves in Venice but much worse reviews when it opened in US

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2 minutes ago, Damianport1 said:

It's easy to understand why it's doing great in Europe. It's simply more european film than american. It's dark. It's sad. It's artsy. It's actually very euro friendly film and that's also why it had raves in Venice but much worse reviews when it opened in US

Wouldn't that be a better explanation for if the legs are great in Europe?

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10 hours ago, Damianport1 said:

It's easy to understand why it's doing great in Europe. It's simply more european film than american. It's dark. It's sad. It's artsy. It's actually very euro friendly film and that's also why it had raves in Venice but much worse reviews when it opened in US

europeans like big blockbusters .

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Just now, FlashMaster659 said:

OS Actuals $151M

$10.5m more than yesterday estimates!!???!!??

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I like how people flocked into cinema to watch a psycho-drama with little action and visual spectacle. 

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