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2 minutes ago, Inceptionzq said:

Hmm The Numbers says 3,612 theaters

Looks like a typo in the tweet. Very unlikely it's expanding to the exact same number of theaters Dolittle is opening in. 

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2 hours ago, narniadis said:

Waiting for the theater drops to come in.... wanting to see how close to 1200 SW drops. 

 

Jumanji: The Next Level Sony Pictures  3,323  3,904  -581
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Walt Disney  3,058  4,279  -1,226
Little Women Sony Pictures  2,503  3,216  -713
Frozen II Walt Disney  2,080  2,655  -575
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8 minutes ago, a2k said:

 

Jumanji: The Next Level Sony Pictures  3,323  3,904  -581
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Walt Disney  3,058  4,279  -1,226
Little Women Sony Pictures  2,503  3,216  -713
Frozen II Walt Disney  2,080  2,655  -575

@TwoMisfits not nearly as hard as either of us thought, but definitely nowhere close to 2k. 

 

@a2k thanks for tagging me! 

 

That being said, sad that LW is dropping so many but not surprising since DooDoo needs to take them from somewhere. 

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@a2kSteeper fifth week theater count drop for TROS (%) than all the recent predecessor SW movies.

 

TFA (December) (Week 4 to Week 5): -7.55%
RO (December) (Week 4 to Week 5): -23.94%
TLJ (December) (Week 4 to Week 5): -26.98%
SOLO (May) (Week 4 to Week 5): -26.52% (Week 3 to Week 4 -26.60%, Week 2 to Week 3 -1.05%)
TROS (December) (Week 4 to Week 5): -28.53% (Week 3 to Week 4 -2.88%)

 

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Solo details & fixed TROS details
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3 hours ago, narniadis said:

@TwoMisfits not nearly as hard as either of us thought, but definitely nowhere close to 2k. 

 

@a2k thanks for tagging me! 

 

That being said, sad that LW is dropping so many but not surprising since DooDoo needs to take them from somewhere. 

Yeah, I think Dolittle's presales and reviews helped hold the theaters...most places around me single-screened Dolittle...and TROS is on the bottom block at these theaters (so if it had gotten dual screens or more, TROS would have been the chopped movie)...

 

PS - I also didn't realize 300 theaters had given up between week 3 and 4, so its total into week 5 drop is 1600ish:)...but still not 2000...thank a Dolittle:)...

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Looking like 1M is gonna be close for Star Wars today.  Theater drop seems to be hurting it quite a bit.

 

Edit:  Wait, I forgot that this sample has consistently under-indexed on Thursdays.  1M is probably safe.

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16 minutes ago, titanic2187 said:

weathering with you become GKIDS' highest grosser ever in just 2 days of release,

That and BadBoy3 breaking out, 1917 taking full advantage of the Golden Globes and Oscars, what a wonderful weekend for the box office. Success all around.

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https://deadline.com/2020/01/bad-boys-for-life-dolittle-1917-weekend-box-office-1202833726/

 

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Universal will fare better this weekend with the Amblin/New Republic production 1917 which led all movies in regular release last night with $3M, -10% from Wednesday, for a first wide week of $51.9M, running total of $54.6M with monies since its limited Christmas Day launch. With ten Oscar noms, the Sam Mendes WWI movie is expected to make around $27M in its second wide weekend over 4 days.

 

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