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

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3 hours ago, charlie Jatinder said:

Seems like $15.5mn FSS / $243mn total. -33% from last week.

OS-China drop is just 23%.

so around 285 mill with dom by sunday ?

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TENET Fifth Weekend

 

China: $1.57mn (-72.1%) / $64.5mn

 

UK: $0.83mn (-18.6%) / $19.6mn

France: $1.4mn (-7%) / $18mn

Germany: $1.4mn (+15%) / $14.7mn

South Korea: $0.73mn (-27%) / $13.1mn

Japan: $3mn (-30.3%) / $11.5mn

Taiwan: $0.5mn (-40%) / $10.7mn

 

Russia: $0.9mn (-43%) / $9.5mn

Spain: $0.31mn (-45%) / $7.9mn

Italy: $0.37mn (-31%) / $7.3mn

Australia: $0.47mn (-23%) / $7.1mn

Netherlands: $0.66mn (+9%) / $7mn

 

Hong Kong: $0.8mn / $5.3mn

Saudi Arabia: $0.22mn / $5.2mn

Denmark: $0.2mn / $3.55mn

Sweden: $0.18mn / $3.2mn

Switzerland: $0.35mn (+24%) / $3mn

Norway: $0.18mn (-37%) / $2.23mn

UAE: $0.07mn (-47%) / $2.05mn

Finland: $0.1mn (-30%) / $2mn

Austria: $0.08mn / $1.86mn

Belgium: $0.1 / $1.86mn 

Thailand: $0.03mn / $1.7mn (Actually $2.15mn)

Ukraine: $0.09mn (-32%) / $1.65mn

Singapore: $0.1mn / $1.65mn

Vietnam: $1.55mn

New Zealand: $0.12mn (-35%) / $1.64mn

Poland: $1.55mn

Mexico: $0.35mn / $1.4mn

Malaysia: $1.3mn

 

Rest of World: 

 

Europe: $0.3mn / $7mn

Middle East: $0.17mn / $1.6mn

Rest: $0.04mn / $0.33mn

 

Total: $16mn / $243.2mn

 

Official: $16.2mn / $243.7mn

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Overseas thinking $11.5-12mn weekend. $263mn by Sunday. Japan is doing really well. Should cross $25mn with ease at this pace.

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350 mill WW possible?

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8 hours ago, fmpro said:

350 mill WW possible?

Yes. Should get close to $375mn, depending on how USA does.

 

But since Regal is closing, quite possibly others will follow too, so run may be cut short.

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Yeah, with an unhindered run from here it would  hit 60M or so from current DOM markets, plus OS and new DOM markets could maybe hit 400.   
 

But if things starts reclosing rapidly DOM and in some OS, hard to say how much the takes out of the final gross. 

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9 hours ago, charlie Jatinder said:

Yes. Should get close to $375mn, depending on how USA does.

 

But since Regal is closing, quite possibly others will follow too, so run may be cut short.

if regal will close it seems that it wont be all of the chain, but more likely the theaters with the lowest admissions and that would make more sense to be honest next week san francisco 3) most major in the us opens , along with michigan so i would imagine regal will open its theaters there too

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Posted (edited)

if the cinemas close do you guys think they will re-release this later in USA when things are a bit more normal? maybe UK too? or just send it to streaming.

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3 hours ago, Omario said:

if the cinemas close do you guys think they will re-release this later in USA when things are a bit more normal? maybe UK too? or just send it to streaming.

There are other markets in world which are doing well. 

 

Besides surprised with them closing UK cinemas as numbers there were far far better than US.

 

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$8mn Approx 7th Weekend I guess. $275mn total.

Japan continues to be great with $19mn by end of Sunday. Full run easy peasy $26mn Plus.

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France numbers are getting weird and weird. At this rate, it will cross $25mn.

 

Anyways, updated projections

 

China: 67

Japan: 26 (+1)

Korea: 16

Middle East: 15

Russia: 12 (-1) 

Taiwan: 12.5

Hong Kong: 8 (-0.5)

South East Asia: 7

ANZ: 12 (-1)

 

UK: 25

France: 24 (+1)

Germany: 21

Nordic: 14 

Spain: 9

Netherlands: 9

Italy: 9

Rest: 21 (+1)

 

Mexico: 3 

 

Markets left

 

India: possibly 5-8

Remaining Latin America: possibly 5-7

Rest: possibly 5-7

 

$325-335mn Approx. 

 

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Any chance this gets to 300M OS? It is at 333.9M WW total right now.

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On 10/20/2020 at 12:35 AM, CJohn said:

Any chance this gets to 300M OS? It is at 333.9M WW total right now.

Yeah easily. The current market shall hit $305-310mn Approx.

 

New remaining market $15mn perhaps.

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On 10/21/2020 at 3:52 AM, charlie Jatinder said:

Yeah easily. The current market shall hit $305-310mn Approx.

 

New remaining market $15mn perhaps.

Tremendous OS total. It was America that let Nolan down. He saved theaters OS.

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I think Europe and East Asia except Korea was almost at the level it would have done in normalcy. 

 

In fact Canada wasn't that off. Almost 60-70% of what was general expectations.

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