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Flashback - TFA's run till Jan 3rd (which at 21.5 was it's lowest day in this period)

 

AEG did 621 10-day and added 102 in the next 7 days for 723 after 3 weekends

TFA did 540 10-day and added 202 in the next 7 days for 742 cume.

 

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Date Rank Gross %YD %LW Theaters Per Theater Total Gross Days
Dec 18, 2015 1 $119,119,282     4,134 $28,815   $119,119,282 1
Dec 19, 2015 1 $68,294,204 -43%   4,134 $16,520   $187,413,486 2
Dec 20, 2015 1 $60,553,189 -11%   4,134 $14,648   $247,966,675 3
Dec 21, 2015 1 $40,109,742 -34%   4,134 $9,702   $288,076,417 4
Dec 22, 2015 1 $37,361,729 -7%   4,134 $9,038   $325,438,146 5
Dec 23, 2015 1 $38,022,183 +2%   4,134 $9,197   $363,460,329 6
Dec 24, 2015 1 $27,395,725 -28%   4,134 $6,627   $390,856,054 7
Dec 25, 2015 1 $49,325,663 +80% -59% 4,134 $11,932   $440,181,717 8
Dec 26, 2015 1 $56,731,532 +15% -17% 4,134 $13,723   $496,913,249 9
Dec 27, 2015 1 $43,145,665 -24% -29% 4,134 $10,437   $540,058,914 10
Dec 28, 2015 1 $31,362,029 -27% -22% 4,134 $7,586   $571,420,943 11
Dec 29, 2015 1 $29,528,583 -6% -21% 4,134 $7,143   $600,949,526 12
Dec 30, 2015 1 $28,085,057 -5% -26% 4,134 $6,794   $629,034,583 13
Dec 31, 2015 1 $22,932,686 -18% -16% 4,134 $5,547   $651,967,269 14
Jan 1, 2016 1 $34,394,152 +50% -30% 4,134 $8,320   $686,361,421 15
Jan 2, 2016 1 $34,368,250 n/c -39% 4,134 $8,314   $720,729,671 16
Jan 3, 2016 1 $21,479,271 -38% -50% 4,134 $5,196   $742,208,942 17

 

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14 minutes ago, sfran43 said:

 

Nice, being in between Rth and Charlie.... here is to hoping it can stay over 20m today (doubtful but it might.)

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    Movie Distr Gross %YD %LW Thr Per
Thr
Total
Gross
D
1 (1) Star Wars: The Rise of Sk… Walt Disney $29,200,000 -28%   4,406 $6,627 $206,583,864 4
- (2) Jumanji: The Next Level Sony Pictures $7,350,000 -22% +105% 4,227 $1,739 $109,666,512 11
- (4) Knives Out Lionsgate $1,820,000 -19% +82% 2,535 $718 $91,772,095 27
- (6) Bombshell Lionsgate $920,000 -38% +3,691% 1,480 $622 $6,438,427 11
- (7) Richard Jewell Warner Bros. $555,000 -32% +4% 2,502 $222 $10,090,890 11
- (11) A Beautiful Day in the Ne… Sony Pictures $410,000 -14% -4% 1,524 $269 $52,942,417 32
- (-) Midway Lionsgate $48,900 -12% -59% 283 $173 $55,936,522 46
- (-) Playing with Fire Paramount Pi… $48,000 -4% -24% 287 $167 $43,781,832 46
- (-) Terminator: Dark Fate Paramount Pi… $10,000 -42% -38% 120 $83 $62,208,952 53
- (-) No Safe Spaces Atlas Distri… $6,965 +27% -66% 35 $199 $1,137,841 60
- (-) En Brazos de un Asesino Lionsgate $900 -74% -88% 24 $38 $412,647 18
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I think JediJat explorated numbers of frozen 2 based on PS. He is tracking Christmas Eve for first time so mistakes are bound to happen. 

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Overseas less then Domestic.

 

Either this is normal or there are chances that final lifetime Foreign gross of TROS might end up lower than Final domestic.

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59 minutes ago, TwoMisfits said:

But I keep mentioning Xmas dynamics...unlike any other time of year, most folks are bringing family to the theater...and the one thing they don't want is for a movie to make them more miserable than when they walked in.  They want to walk out happier and drama-free.

 

So, milk-spitting cynical Luke - not gonna deliver that to all 10 people in your extended family group...

Crazy battle after crazy fight after crazy battle with lightsabers, ships, and jedi galore - may not bring love, but isn't gonna have anyone start a screaming match about "why did I waste 3 hours of my life watching Luke spew blue milk"...

 

Holidays are just a different animal...I mean, everyone knows Xmas movies always go sky high...and Disney animated films tend to put on great legs...but there are some other lessons for the biggies, too...

 

I mean, as an example,. Aquaman is a C+ movie that threw plot after plot at a wall and then threw in crazy awesome fights every 5 minutes or so...and how'd that movie do?:).  I went with my family, and I can say they all walked out happy and all graded it higher than me b/c they just loved the pace and thrill:)...and I wasn't gonna drag down the happiness b/c everyone was so happy:)...

I think Aquaman is a perfect point of comparison, tbh. And TROS definitely compares unfavorably there. There is no imaginative action, no truly impressive visual design, nothing we haven't seen before. The overall structure of the movies is the same - a scavenger hunt leading to a big third act battle. But I would never have thought a few years ago that Aquaman would be the one that would have the far better execution. Better action, more charismatic leads, just an overall sense of fun that eclipses anything in TROS. 

 

But yes, as opposed to TLJ, definitely a less miserable experience, so legs SHOULD be better. 

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Just now, THUNDER BIRD said:

Overseas less then Domestic.

 

Either this is normal or there are chances that final lifetime Foreign gross of TROS might end up lower than Final domestic.

I'd say a fairly even split, or a slightly bigger DOM % was expected going into release. SW is just not a major franchise in a lot of Asian and Latin American markets, so a further decrease from TLJ (larger %-wise than any domestic decrease) would be the likely outcome. 

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4 minutes ago, reddevil19 said:

I'd say a fairly even split, or a slightly bigger DOM % was expected going into release. SW is just not a major franchise in a lot of Asian and Latin American markets, so a further decrease from TLJ (larger %-wise than any domestic decrease) would be the likely outcome. 

SW movie domestic % / foreign %
SW:TFA 45.3% / 54.7%
RO:ASWS 50.4% / 49.6%
SW:TLJ 46.5% / 53.5%
S:ASWS 54.4% / 45.6%
SW:TROS TBD% / TBD%

average domestic %: 49.15%

 

It's been trending heavier on domestic. Solo was the canary in the coal mine.

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9 minutes ago, THUNDER BIRD said:

Overseas less then Domestic.

 

Either this is normal or there are chances that final lifetime Foreign gross of TROS might end up lower than Final domestic.

Probably around 50/50, 520m-540m for both. 

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SW is gone case in overseas i guess then. 

 

It's best chance was FA which undoubtedly worked due to curiosity and hype but failed to attract those who watched it, rest, it's been going downhill ever since. 

 

I don't think the new trilogy Disney planned will do any better in overseas, i doubt it'll do any better in domestic, but SW has something left in it for domestic.

 

In today's age, overseas is hugely important for blockbusters and SW just hasn't been able to crack that, specially the ace market of China.

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Smaller drop and more money than TLJ (-58%, 22m). This is good.

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The early day count TROS numbers will be advantaged more than the previous 3 December SW releases because of proximity to the holiday (Dec. 24-Jan.1). Hitting the holidays 5 days before TLJ did. TLJ on December 23 also did $29.2M, but that was a Day 9 and Saturday. TROS will also exit the holiday period earlier than the other movies, leaving the last 8 days within the first 21 days without the holiday while for TLJ it left 3 days and for TFA it left 6 days and RO it left 4 days within the first 21 days.

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Weekend Forecast

Film Distributor 3-Day Weekend Forecast Projected Domestic Total through Sunday, December 29 % Change from Last Wknd
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Disney / Lucasfilm $100,300,000 $400,500,000 -43%
Jumanji: The Next Level Sony / Columbia $24,200,000 $154,100,000 -9%
Little Women (2019) Sony / Columbia $18,000,000 $33,500,000 NEW
Frozen II Disney $17,000,000 $421,100,000 31%
Spies In Disguise Fox $8,900,000 $16,000,000 NEW
Knives Out Lionsgate $8,000,000 $105,300,000 24%
Cats Universal $5,700,000 $18,800,000 -14%
Uncut Gems A24 $5,300,000 $9,200,000 2097%
Bombshell Lionsgate $4,400,000 $14,800,000 -14%
Richard Jewell Warner Bros. $2,700,000 $15,100,000 5%
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1 hour ago, a2k said:

Flashback - TFA's run till Jan 3rd (which at 21.5 was it's lowest day in this period)

 

AEG did 621 10-day and added 102 in the next 7 days for 723 after 3 weekends

TFA did 540 10-day and added 202 in the next 7 days for 742 cume.

 

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740 in 17 days was EPIC. 

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I can’t believe I’m going to have to listen to a week of people telling me that TROS’s day 4,5,6,7,8 are good because they’re doing better than TLJ’s (workday) 4,5,6,7,8 🤦‍♂️

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