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4 hours ago, Jonwo said:

The Polar Express ended up having excellent legs despite having a low OW although I don't think it was profitable due to its high budget but it's likely been a big moneymaker for WB in the last fifteen years. 

Between those annual IMAX re-releases, massive DVD sales, and becoming a holiday perennial on TV, I think it's safe to say that movie has made more than a profit for them since 2004.

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17 minutes ago, keysersoze123 said:

I am seeing F2 drop just over 36% at MTC1. Let us see how national behaves.

You mean from Saturday to Sunday as 20.7 ?

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F2

Wed: 24

Thu: 15

Fri: 34.1

Sat: 32.4

Sun: 19.5

 

Total: $125mn Approx

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Canada update

1. F2: 6.4 // 21

2. KO: 1.45

3. FvF: 0.8 // 6.5

4. ABDIN: 0.38 // 1.39

5. Joker: 0.24 // 39

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Joker estimations:

Wed 470k

Thurs 400k

Fri 775k

Sat 810k

Sun 445k

 

Should be interesting to see the actuals.

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Zootopia getting a sequel will require the directors being on board and having an idea that works. Byron Howard is working on something with Lin Manuel Miranda, and Rich Moore isn't at Disney anymore. So there probably isn't a lot of impetus there.

 

Despite being slightly more sequel-happy of late, WDAS still isn't super keen on it. The next two films are originals (Raya and the Last Dragon and the Howard/Miranda joint) and then it's probably the four other originals announced.

 

This is a similar situation as Pixar. There are two announced originals, and four other directors working on other originals. If I was taking a guess, it's probably that Jennifer Lee and Pete Docter (as the head of story, post-Lasseter) are more keen on original ideas, rather. Lee (and Buck) seemed resistant to doing Frozen 2 at first; it took over a year for it to be announced. So I can't imagine that they'd be keen to work on a third, not anytime soon, at least. And Docter, when asked about doing a sequel to Inside Out, pointed out the difficulty with that as a concept, because the characters had been developed entirely with that story in mind; figuring out a second story is not necessarily easy.

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1 hour ago, Jedi Jat said:

F2

Wed: 24 (23.8)

Thu: 15 (14.7)

Fri: 34.1 (34.0)

Sat: 32.4 (32.5)

Sun: 19.5 (18.8)

 

Total: 125 Approx (123.8)

estimates in brackets for comparison

FSS will be 86 compared to 85.25

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These thanksgiving hold from Frozen 2 don't really reflect its A- cinemascore. That score Seem too low

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1 hour ago, lilmac said:

Joker could see 10 weeks in the top ten. Wow.

top 5 in Canada. outside top 10 in US alone tho.

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Due to Thanksgiving weekdays along with it's good reception Joker has been very steady on the lower side after dipping under 0.5 for the 1st time on day 46.

 

Nov 18, 2019 7 $426,673 -69% 2,337 $183   $322,729,655 46
Nov 19, 2019 9 $609,986 +43% 2,337 $261   $323,339,641 47
Nov 20, 2019 8 $443,301 -27% 2,337 $190   $323,782,942 48
Nov 21, 2019 9 $328,871 -26% 2,337 $141   $324,111,813 49
Nov 22, 2019 10 $767,979 +134% 1,410 $545   $324,879,792 50
Nov 23, 2019 10 $1,202,017 +57% 1,410 $852   $326,081,809 51
Nov 24, 2019 10 $776,033 -35% 1,410 $550   $326,857,842 52
Nov 25, 2019 11 $365,138 -53% 1,410 $259   $327,222,980 53
Nov 26, 2019 11 $478,542 +31% 1,410 $339   $327,701,522 54
Nov 27, 2019 9 $470,000 -2% 1,198 $392   $328,171,522 55
Nov 28, 2019 9 $400,000 -15% 1,198 $334   $328,571,522 56
Nov 29, 2019 9 $775,000 +94% 1,146 $676   $329,346,522 57
Nov 30, 2019 10 $810,000 +5% 1,146 $707   $330,156,522 58
Dec 1, 2019 9 $445,000 -45% 1,146 $388   $330,601,522
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Great numbers all around. 

 

That puts November 2019 gross just over 1b, isn't it? I didn't expect that with the underperformance of early November openings!

 

BOM didn't update the chart with last 4 days of the month, but it was at 788M just before Thanksgiving. Add 46M+35M+70M+68M (daily cumulative grosses, from the-numbers). That's 1.007 billion, in line with 2017

 

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18 minutes ago, a2k said:

Due to Thanksgiving weekdays along with it's good reception Joker has been very steady on the lower side after dipping under 0.5 for the 1st time on day 46.

 

Nov 18, 2019 7 $426,673 -69% 2,337 $183   $322,729,655 46
Nov 19, 2019 9 $609,986 +43% 2,337 $261   $323,339,641 47
Nov 20, 2019 8 $443,301 -27% 2,337 $190   $323,782,942 48
Nov 21, 2019 9 $328,871 -26% 2,337 $141   $324,111,813 49
Nov 22, 2019 10 $767,979 +134% 1,410 $545   $324,879,792 50
Nov 23, 2019 10 $1,202,017 +57% 1,410 $852   $326,081,809 51
Nov 24, 2019 10 $776,033 -35% 1,410 $550   $326,857,842 52
Nov 25, 2019 11 $365,138 -53% 1,410 $259   $327,222,980 53
Nov 26, 2019 11 $478,542 +31% 1,410 $339   $327,701,522 54
Nov 27, 2019 9 $470,000 -2% 1,198 $392   $328,171,522 55
Nov 28, 2019 9 $400,000 -15% 1,198 $334   $328,571,522 56
Nov 29, 2019 9 $775,000 +94% 1,146 $676   $329,346,522 57
Nov 30, 2019 10 $810,000 +5% 1,146 $707   $330,156,522 58
Dec 1, 2019 9 $445,000 -45% 1,146 $388   $330,601,522

Those are still estimates though, right?

 

I know it was either Forbes or Deadline that said Joker may get to $1.07 billion without an expansion.

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5 hours ago, titanic2187 said:

These thanksgiving hold from Frozen 2 don't really reflect its A- cinemascore. That score Seem too low

I never udnerstood why anyone considers A- a doom and gloom. It's an A not D. So legs were going to be similar not worse. 

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3 minutes ago, Lordmandeep said:

Frozen 2 is like GOTG2 to GOTG at worst. 

Frozen 2 is definitely not better than the first film.

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6 minutes ago, lorddemaxus said:

Frozen 2 is definitely not better than the first film.

It's better in every facet other than no Let it Go. 

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6 minutes ago, cdsacken said:

It's better in every facet other than no Let it Go. 

The soundtrack as a whole is better than the first film's but I think the movie itself is worse. It even misses a whole act and there's way too many unexplored things for it to feel like a cohesive film. The movie has way too much going on for its own good (its like if The Irishman was only 2 hours long and Jimmy Hoffa didn't appear until the last half hour). 

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