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2 hours ago, Fullbuster said:

Japan makes me anxious, the first one was so huge that I expect a big decline but I'd love to be wrong. 

 

Is there any possible comparisons for now? 

I think Japan will love that this one is more mythology driven. I think asia will respond to it very well.

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3 minutes ago, Sunny Max said:

All time biggest ever OW for an animated film in Turkey ..

 

Ice Age 4 - 259,671 adms 

 

Frozen II - 319,631 adms  (2 days only)  😮  

 

How many days for Ice Age 4? 3 I guess?

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4 hours ago, Fullbuster said:

Japan makes me anxious, the first one was so huge that I expect a big decline but I'd love to be wrong. 

 

Is there any possible comparisons for now? 

Frozen 2 had the biggest Saturday since 2015.

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2 minutes ago, Fullbuster said:

 

In that case Frozen 2 didn't just beat Ice Age 4, it eviscerated it!

:D  yeah .. & that too with tough competition 

 

local film " Recep Ivedik 6 " running riot with 1175 screens across Turkey 

 

Frozen II has only 337 screens ..

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11 hours ago, Sunny Max said:

My numbers are comes directly from Japanese magazine through my friend .. Even Corpse said Sat will be 3X of Fri 

No, Corpse said ~3x, which means as high as 3x. It could be 2.7 or 2.8. You also had Friday higher than the reported number ($3m). $8.96m Sat means ¥973m. With estimated 650K on Sat, the ATP would be around ¥1500. That seems waaay too high. TS4 was around ¥1300.

 

Or did you mean ¥896m? Because that makes more sense. I don't know, maybe you're right. But it feels like I'm missing something here.

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6 minutes ago, catlover said:

No, Corpse said ~3x, which means as high as 3x. It could be 2.7 or 2.8. You also had Friday higher than the reported number ($3m). $8.96m Sat means ¥973m. With estimated 650K on Sat, the ATP would be around ¥1500. That seems waaay too high. TS4 was around ¥1300.

 

Or did you mean ¥896m? Because that makes more sense. I don't know, maybe you're right. But it feels like I'm missing something here.

this is Sunny's source

 

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1 hour ago, Jedi Jat said:

this is Sunny's source

 

is there something wrong in his collection ,.. updated Sat is $9.05 M according to him (same as yours) .. i had brief discussion with him he says he gets box office figures through Japanese Magazine .. 

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9 minutes ago, Sunny Max said:

is there something wrong in his collection ,.. updated Sat is $9.05 M according to him (same as yours) .. i had brief discussion with him he says he gets box office figures through Japanese Magazine .. 

His figures for other country are pretty accurate and reliable tho. But I don't know about the Japan one. 

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2 hours ago, catlover said:

No, Corpse said ~3x, which means as high as 3x. It could be 2.7 or 2.8. You also had Friday higher than the reported number ($3m). $8.96m Sat means ¥973m. With estimated 650K on Sat, the ATP would be around ¥1500. That seems waaay too high. TS4 was around ¥1300.

 

Or did you mean ¥896m? Because that makes more sense. I don't know, maybe you're right. But it feels like I'm missing something here.

Corpse :-

 

Just to show how much of a backloaded market Japan truly is, and how audiences (fans or not), are in no rush to see a film ASAP (they are willing to wait weeks or months), Frozen II just set the perfect example of this:

Its Saturday pre-sales (just the pre-sales) were greater than its entire Friday by 55-60%.

 

It probably wasn't quite that high, more like ¥325 million ($3.0 million) I'd say.

Saturday is going to be ~3x as much.

Overall, it'll have sold around 650,000 for the day.

I'll be away a bit this afternoon (seeing Frozen II, interestingly enough), but I'll have the Saturday results and chart updates posted afterwards.

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1 hour ago, Sunny Max said:

is there something wrong in his collection ,.. updated Sat is $9.05 M according to him (same as yours) .. i had brief discussion with him he says he gets box office figures through Japanese Magazine .. 

Naa. I am just telling that Sunny got that number from that guy.

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Corpse on Japan:

 

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The Sunday record is also going to fall, and this record will almost definitely be a new all-time record, both for a Sunday and likely overall single-day. Its Sunday is currently up 5% compared to Saturday.

 

So on pace for biggest OW ever in Japan.

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1 minute ago, Fullbuster said:

 

Now I'm excited 🇯🇵😎

 

The Sunday record is also going to fall, and this record will almost definitely be a new all-time record, both for a Sunday and likely overall single-day. Its Sunday is currently up 5% compared to Saturday.

The only way it's not a new record is if a few select film's released in the early/mid-2000s (namely The Matrix Reloaded and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets) randomly had their previews added onto an individual day, which wasn't ever a recorded practice; previews were simply tacked onto the opening weekend itself.

And there's no doubt that Frozen II will achieve the biggest Sunday ever when previews are taken out of the question.
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23 minutes ago, peludo said:

I think it can go higher than that. Maybe 370-380

only 370-380 , dissapointing

 

 

i didnt think that i would need to make it clear but i was ironic

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