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PAPA NOLAN's TENƎꓕ International Thread. Weekend 5 $16.2mn / $243.7mn Total

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21 minutes ago, Borobudur said:

Looks like Europe could be the powerhouse for Tenet eventually.

at the same time dont forget that tenet is an original movie, and from what i heard at least tenet isnt a movie that will click to everyone

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9 minutes ago, john2000 said:

at the same time dont forget that tenet is an og movie, and from what i heard at least tenet isnt a movie that will click to everyone

Tenet is an original movie, not an OG movie. It is rated PG13, not R.  

 

 

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3 minutes ago, titanic2187 said:

Tenet is an original movie, not an OG movie. It is rated PG13, not R.  

 

 

lol my bad i meant original movie , sorry, will fix it

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anyone knows what markets will play tenet next weekend ? hong kong is one, others ?

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Those holds are great, it’s too bad Domestic and China didn’t come to play this weekend or we could be close to $200m right now 😢

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I am thinking of $125.5mn till Sunday. Let's see.

 

Anyways, the breakdown for FSS is something like

 

China: $30mn / $30mn

Europe: $15.6mn (-31%) / $64mn

Asia/ANZ: $5.8mn (-33%) / $24mn

Russia: $2mn / $2.5mn

Middle East: $1mn (-41%) / $5mn

 

Total: $54.5mn / $125.5mn

 

China is mostly going to add another $20mn or so unless second weekend hold are better than Dunkirk.

Europe can add $45-55mn more for something like $109-119mn.

Asia/ANZ looks like $13-15mn more for $37-39mn.

Russia am thinking $6.5-7.5mn full run.

Middle East perhaps $10mn, that may happen in just Saudi alone FWIW.

 

That gives $212-226mn in markets it has been released.

 

There is Japan, Latin America and few Asian markets still remaining, but they won't do more than $50mn. So about $260-275mn Approx.

 

That China under performance is really hurting. I was thinking $350mn can be breakeven, but US seems very weak to reach $75-90mn. Canada is pretty great at around $5.5mn ($60mn NA equivalent), but USA is iffish.

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A real shame that the two biggest markets are the ones underperforming as you said it could have put up respectable numbers, still on the positive side of things those are some great holds in Europe and Asia. 

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17 minutes ago, Gavin Feng said:

so beat Dunkirk is still on table or not?

Dunkirk OS-UK is possible. Dunkirk did like 75mn in UK, that's definitely not happening. This will do more like $25mn. So excluding that $50mn, it will be around Dunkirk.

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TENET Second Weekend

 

China: $30mn (New)

 

UK: $2.85mn (-34%) / $13.2mn

France: $2.92mn (-50.4%) / $10.74mn

Germany: $2.83mn (-24%) / $8.63mn

South Korea: $1.81mn (-38%) / $8.17mn

Taiwan: $1.94mn (-20.4%) / $6.32mn

 

Spain: $1.05mn (-41%) / $4.92mn

Australia: $1.06mn (-30%) / $4.5mn

Italy: $1.15mn (-39%) / $4.45mn

Netherlands: $1.34mn (-29%) / $4.1mn

 

Saudi Arabia: $1.06mn (-23%) / $3.17mn

Russia: $2.67mn (New)

Switzerland: $0.48mn (-50%) / $1.8mn

Denmark: $

Sweden: $

Norway: $0.4mn (-26%) / $1.45mn

UAE: $0.39mn (-53%) / $1.42mn

Thailand: $0.44mn (-29%) / $1.37mn (Actually $1.72mn)

Finland: $0.31mn (-22%) / $1.18mn

Vietnam: $0.21mn (-53%) / $1.17mn

Austria: $0.34mn (-28%) / $1.24mn

Poland:

Ukraine: $0.31mn (-40%) / $1.03mn

Singapore: $0.3mn (-40%) / $1mn

New Zealand: $0.35mn (+40%) / $0.9mn

 

Others

Estonia: 

Belgium: 

Hungary: $0.14mn / $0.67mn

Malaysia: $0.28mn (-35%) / $0.85mn

 

Rest of World: 

 

Total: $57.8mn / $125.45mn

 

Will be updating it as figures are received.

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9 hours ago, Jamiem said:

Those holds are great, it’s too bad Domestic and China didn’t come to play this weekend or we could be close to $200m right now 😢

That france's hold -50% was bad, I guess virus factor takes effect.

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https://gower.st/articles/1-billion-dollar-box-office-in-august-speeding-up-on-the-road-to-recovery/

 

 

An essential component of the positive development during August was the meaningful increase of open cinemas in that period. By August 31, the market share of global cinemas open was at 72%, up from 48% at the end of the prior month. Large parts of the theatrical world are now open, APAC at 91%, China at 90% and EMEA at 85%. The Americas are still at a low level of open cinemas but progressing in big steps. The market share of open cinemas in LATAM increased from 8% to 23% over the last month. The Domestic market displays the greatest improvement, up to 50% from just 14% at the end of July.

 

thats some very very good improvement in terms of reopening, the article is from 31 aug, so probably the % has increased , maybe ww market share is at 75-80% (65-70% of movie theaters open) by now

 

ps idk if its usefull to you @charlie Jatinder

 

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