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Wednesday, 18th March

    Movie Distr Gross %YD %LW Thr Per
Thr
Total
Gross
D
- (3) Bloodshot Sony Pictures $36,000 -83%   2,861 $13 $9,973,349 6
- (6) Sonic The Hedgehog Paramount Pi… $16,397 -81% -97% 3,041 $5 $146,057,279 34
- (10) Bad Boys For Life Sony Pictures $7,000 -73% -97% 1,451 $5 $204,412,677 62
- (8) The Way Back Warner Bros. $7,000 -87% -99% 2,718 $3 $13,583,275 13
- (-) Fantasy Island Sony Pictures $6,000 -33% -94% 515 $12 $26,437,517 34
- (-) Jumanji: The Next Level Sony Pictures $3,000 -65% -98% 862 $3 $316,830,868 97
- (11) Birds of Prey (And the Fa… Warner Bros. $2,000 -87% -99% 2,173 $1 $84,153,162 41
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5 hours ago, MrGlass2 said:

Awful word-of-mouth is kicking in for quite a few movies.

I can just see it now, Grace Randolph's next box office analysis video:

 

"WHAT HAPPENED AT THE MOVIES THIS WEEK? DID PEOPLE REALLY HATE BLOODSHOT SO MUCH? LOOKS LIKE WE CAN EXPECT F9 TO COMPLETELY TANK!"

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lol, read this:

 

https://www.the-numbers.com/news/245740830-Weekend-Theater-Counts-Early-Reports-Point-to-a-Steep-Dive-in-Screens

 

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Due to the ongoing current events regarding COVID-19, the majority of studios have yet to announce theater counts. We have included those who have, and will update accordingly as they are released.

Theater Counts for weekend of March 20 - March 22

Movie Distributor Theaters Previous
Theaters
Change
The Way Back Warner Bros 201 2,718 -2,517
Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) Warner Bros 48 1,014 -966
Brahms: The Boy II STX Entertainment 26 607 -581
The Gentlemen STX Entertainment 11 226 -215

 

 

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I mean, it's not like the current theater counts are a sign of your movie being good or bad or whatever.

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Shockingly good hold for Fantasy Island.  I almost wonder if it's a misprint, and they mean 3532 or something like that instead.

 

 

    Movie Distr Gross %YD %LW Thr Per
Thr
Total
Gross
D
1 (1) Onward Walt Disney $61,529 -82% -97% 4,310 $14 $61,521,849 13
2 (2) I Still Believe Lionsgate $38,694 -84%   3,250 $12 $9,852,768 6
3 (3) Bloodshot Sony Pictures $36,123 -84%   2,861 $13 $10,003,238 6
4 (4) The Invisible Man Universal $32,835 -76% -97% 3,636 $9 $64,892,250 20
5 (5) The Hunt Universal $24,340 -79%   3,028 $8 $5,799,400 6
6 (7) The Call of the Wild 20th Century… $17,263 -75% -97% 3,201 $5 $62,327,711 27
7 (6) Sonic The Hedgehog Paramount Pi… $16,397 -81% -97% 3,041 $5 $146,057,279 34
8 (8) The Way Back Warner Bros. $7,368 -87% -99% 2,718 $3 $13,583,643 13
9 (10) Bad Boys For Life Sony Pictures $6,487 -75% -98% 1,451 $4 $204,412,164 62
10 (-) Fantasy Island Sony Pictures $5,532 -39% -94% 515 $11 $26,437,049 34
11 (11) Birds of Prey (And the Fa… Warner Bros. $3,679 -77% -98% 2,173 $2 $84,154,841 41
12 (9) Emma Focus Features $2,710 -92% -99% 1,732 $2 $10,054,505 27
- (-) Jumanji: The Next Level Sony Pictures $2,604 -70% -98% 862 $3 $316,830,472 97
- (12) Brahms: The Boy II STX Entertai… $1,115 -88% -99% 607 $2 $12,610,938 27
- (-) 1917 Universal $740 -87% -99% 766 $1 $159,227,419 85
- (-) Star Wars: The Rise of Sk… Walt Disney $554 -78% -97% 189 $3 $515,201,960 90
- (-) Dolittle Universal $550 -79% -98% 256 $2 $77,046,665 62
- (-) The Gentlemen STX Entertai… $343 -72% -99% 226 $2 $36,296,758 55
- (-) The Photograph Universal $310 -74% -99% 198 $2 $20,578,075 34
- (-) Spies in Disguise 20th Century… $286 -87% -98% 136 $2 $66,756,559 85
- (-) Knives Out Lionsgate $268 -75% -99% 221 $1 $165,363,034 113
- (-) Frozen II Walt Disney $153 -89% -99% 165 $1 $477,373,461 118
- (-) Gretel & Hansel United Artists $107 -84% -97% 43 $2 $15,347,096 48
- (-) Just Mercy Warner Bros. $106 -89% -99% 211 $1 $36,001,159 85
- (-) Wendy Searchlight … $85 -76% -99% 165 $1 $143,474 20
- (-) Baaghi 3 FIP $61 -85% -100% 257 $0 $721,439 13
- (-) My Boyfriend’s Meds Lionsgate $60 -97% -100% 133 $0 $2,971,091 27
- (-) Downhill Searchlight … $44 -72% -98% 24 $2 $8,287,061 34
- (-) Ford v. Ferrari 20th Century… $35 -93% -99% 55 $1 $117,624,317 125
- (-) Jojo Rabbit Fox Searchlight $27 -94% -100% 74 $0 $33,370,888 153
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31 minutes ago, DAJK said:

I can just see it now, Grace Randolph's next box office analysis video:

 

"WHAT HAPPENED AT THE MOVIES THIS WEEK? DID PEOPLE REALLY HATE BLOODSHOT SO MUCH? LOOKS LIKE WE CAN EXPECT F9 TO COMPLETELY TANK!"

Do we even want to know what she is doing for the pandemic?

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Note that without Disney reporting, it’s near impossible for any box office analyst to assemble any type of top 10 chart for either domestic or global B.O.

 

 

 

Well, that's the end of this thread.

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18 minutes ago, raulbalarezo said:

 

 

Very curious to see what they do with Onward now that its originally planned run is essentially over (making nearly 80% of its "total" in its first 6 days before all hell broke loose, yeesh).

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3 hours ago, kitik said:

Note that without Disney reporting, it’s near impossible for any box office analyst to assemble any type of top 10 chart for either domestic or global B.O.

 

 

 

Well, that's the end of this thread.

Domestic, the box office is not worth discussing, frankly.

The film industry is pretty much dead for the next few weeks...maybe longer.

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On 3/19/2020 at 1:25 AM, kitik said:

It's gonna come back when theaters reopen, right?

 

Surely Hollywood won't dump 5 new openers on the market all at once when theaters reopen. Holdovers like Onward should have a chance to continue their runs.

 

Of course, as soon as the older movies start making some decent money, studios will see that as a sign that it's safe to dump some new titles on the market. We may get a few movies that are released super quickly with very little time for marketing.

Here's your answer: 

 

Coming to digital tonight, Disney+ in April 3rd. They don't know when box office will reopen and by then it will be too late. So might as well get some new content on Disney+ from it.

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    Movie Distr Gross %YD %LW Thr Per
Thr
Total
Gross
D
- (3) Bloodshot Sony Pictures $19,000 -47%   2,861 $7 $10,022,238 7
- (8) The Way Back Warner Bros. $7,000 -5% -98% 2,718 $3 $13,590,643 14
- (9) Bad Boys For Life Sony Pictures $6,000 -8% -97% 1,451 $4 $204,418,164 63
- (10) Fantasy Island Sony Pictures $5,000 -10% -91% 515 $10 $26,442,049 35
- (11) Birds of Prey (And the Fa… Warner Bros. $2,000 -46% -99% 2,173 $1 $84,156,841 42
- (-) Jumanji: The Next Level Sony Pictures $1,000 -62% -99% 862 $1 $316,831,472 98
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