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Weekend Thread (14 Feb - 17 Feb) - Sonic 58M/70M

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1 - Sonic the Hedgehog $57,000,000 - 4,167 - $13,678 $57,000,000 1 Paramount Pictures
2 1 Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn $17,115,000 -48.2% 4,236 - $4,040 $59,273,302 2 Warner Bros.
3 - Fantasy Island $12,400,000 - 2,784 - $4,454 $12,400,000 1 Sony Pictures Releasing
4 - The Photograph $12,270,000 - 2,516 - $4,876 $12,270,000 1 Universal Pictures
5 2 Bad Boys for Life $11,305,000 -5.9% 3,185 -345 $3,549 $181,327,306 5 Sony Pictures Releasing
6 3 1917 $8,090,000 -12.4% 2,084 -1,464 $3,881 $144,414,984 8 Universal Pictures
7 5 Jumanji: The Next Level $5,700,000 +2.6% 2,729 - $2,088 $305,716,286 10 Sony Pictures Releasing
8 11 Parasite $5,500,500 +234.2% 2,001 +941 $2,748 $43,188,048 19 Neon
9 4 Dolittle $5,050,000 -22.7% 2,869 -593 $1,760 $70,501,515 5 Universal Pictures
10 - Downhill $4,671,000 - 2,301 - $2,029 $4,671,000 1 Fox Searchlight Pictures
11 6 The Gentlemen $2,730,000 -35.2% 1,802 -755 $1,514 $31,254,063 4 STX Entertainment
12 10 Knives Out $2,127,000 -7.4% 1,154 -289 $1,843 $161,838,017 12 Lionsgate
13 8 Little Women $1,525,000 -35.8% 1,035 -770 $1,473 $105,328,006 8 Sony Pictures Releasing
14 7 Gretel & Hansel $1,493,261 -58.3% 1,645 -1,362 $907 $14,175,178 3 United Artists Releasing
15 9 Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker $1,267,000 -45.2% 992 -754 $1,277 $512,753,363 9 Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
16 12 Jojo Rabbit $924,000 -38.9% 484 -612 $1,909 $31,779,308 18 Fox Searchlight Pictures
17 15 Frozen II $865,000 -37.2% 716 -415 $1,208 $475,552,703 13 Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
18 13 Just Mercy $765,000 -49.3% 846 -469 $904 $34,745,166 8 Warner Bros.
19 14 The Turning $550,000 -63.2% 610 -1,238 $901 $15,076,565 4 Universal Pictures
20 17 Spies in Disguise $497,000 -50.1% 519 -281 $957 $65,639,404 8 Twentieth Century Fox
21 - Portrait of a Lady on Fire $440,907 - 22 - $20,041 $559,510 11 Neon
22 20 Ford v Ferrari $375,000 -42.3% 293 -450 $1,279 $117,008,518 14 Twentieth Century Fox
23 28 The Assistant $212,352 +80.2% 82 +57 $2,589 $484,461 3 Bleecker Street Media
24 19 Uncut Gems $172,094 -73.6% 218 -924 $789 $49,770,947 10 A24
25 32 The Lodge $126,000 +65.2% 21 +15 $6,000 $226,001 2 Neon
26 22 Bombshell $125,000 -43.3% 128 -144 $976 $31,501,054 10  
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4 minutes ago, charlie Jatinder said:

Seems hard but not impossible. Post Endgame hype, FFH would have done just $150-155mn if had FSS. Now that's a good +32% but post Endgame should have been bigger. 

Yeah I agree, but with the FFH cliffhanger ending I think we may see a bigger increase.

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1 hour ago, Madhuvan said:

Birds of prey will finish with 220-240m WW

Marketing budget of 100m is the biggest problem here. 

With 50m marketing budget for medium budget movie this could have been modest hit. 

 

And yes marketing budget do matter. 'It' movie was made of just 35m but its marketing budget was 100m+. The studio expected better numbers. 

 

Not very happy with the performance. Hoping that this doesn't hinder GCS movie. 

I doubt they are making a Gotham City Sirens movie. 

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https://deadline.com/2020/02/sonic-the-hedgehog-opening-birds-of-prey-global-international-box-office-1202860971/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

 

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Leading the charge on the Hedgehog was Mexico with $6.7M from 895 locations, followed by the UK with $6.2M from 616, France’s $4.3M at 622, Germany’s $3.3M from 475 and Brazil’s $3M from 629. Sonic still has Russia and Japan to come while the China release has been shelved for the moment owing to the coronavirus epidemic.

 

for comps Pikachu opened with:

4M in Mexico

6.4M in the UK

5.4M in France

4M in Germany

1.5M in Brazil.

 

 

so Sonic is doing better in Latin America. 

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It seems like 2020 box office so far is having mostly luck with delayed films like what 2015 had at their slate at the beginning of that year.
 

Fifty Shades Of Grey, Kingsman 1, and even I think Spongedumbass 2 was delayed even! While yeah Jupiter Ascending was a major bomb and so was Dooless.

 

But who would’ve thought at the beginning of 2020, 90’s nostalgia would be making most of the money! Bad Boys For Life may outgross the adjusted total of Bad Boys II($209.3 million).
 

Sonic also now becoming the best debut for a video game adaptation! Also becoming the best debut for Paramount since Mission Impossible: Fallout! Sonic’s domestic total I won’t project yet.

 

Harley Quinn still in limbo but President’s Day and Valentine’s Day I figured would give her a boost. $100 million total is out of question for sure, $90 million isn’t out of question still... hopefully overseas would save it but it’s hard to tell for right now. 
 

Not bad starts for both Photograph and Fantasy Island, both moderate budgets and should be both small successes. 

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21 minutes ago, The Panda said:

Im pretty sure you’re majorly overlooking Black Panther

BP seas huge before endgame. Didn’t really give him a boost he didn’t already have

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