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Weekend Thread - 25-27 Sep | Tenet 3.4, Mutants 1.1, Unhinged 1.0, Star Wars V 0.9

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1 (1) Tenet Warner Bros. $3,400,000 -28% 2,850 -80 $1,193 $41,200,000 4
2 (2) The New Mutants 20th Cent… $1,147,000 -30% 2,305 -213 $498 $19,459,158 5
4 N Break the Silence The… Trafalgar… $1,000,000   515   $1,942 $1,000,000 1
3 (4) Unhinged Solstice … $1,000,000 -22% 2,182 -142 $458 $17,189,547 7
5 (-) Star Wars Ep. V: The … 20th Cent… $908,000   2,097   $433 $908,000 2,106
6 (3) Infidel Cloudburs… $745,000 -46% 1,724 n/c $432 $2,674,599 2
7 (5) The Broken Hearts Gal… Sony Pict… $470,000 -41% 2,141 -80 $220 $3,238,423 3
- N Shortcut Gravitas … $305,000   725   $421 $305,000 1
- N The Last Shift Sony Pict… $235,000   871   $270 $235,000 1
- N Kajillionaire Focus Fea… $215,000   529   $406 $215,000 1
- (10) The Personal History … Searchlig… $57,000 -61% 512 -495 $111 $1,783,017 5
- (-) On the Basis of Sex Focus Fea… $55,000   829   $66 $24,677,000 92
- (11) The Secrets We Keep Bleecker … $42,000 -52% 449 -22 $94 $212,000 2
- (12) No Escape Vertical … $28,000 -65% 39 -6 $718 $128,512 2
- (-) Foster Boy Gravitas … $11,500 +89% 15 +14 $767 $19,046 2
- (-) The Way I See it Focus Fea… $8,000 -68% 84 -40 $95 $45,000 2
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Tenet is always late.    
 

Looks like kind of meh Sat and Suns here to me, gonna guess 3.6+-.1 for Tenet.

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4 minutes ago, Avatree said:
- (2) The New Mutants 20th Cent… $1,147,000 -30% 2,305 -213 $498 $19,459,158 5
- (4) Unhinged Solstice … $1,000,000 -22% 2,182 -142 $458 $17,189,547 7
- (-) Star Wars Ep. V: The … 20th Cent… $908,000   2,097   $433 $908,000 2,106
- (3) Infidel Cloudburs… $745,000 -46% 1,724 n/c $432 $2,674,599 2
- N Shortcut Gravitas … $305,000   725   $421 $305,000 1
- (10) The Personal History … Searchlig… $57,000 -61% 512 -495 $111 $1,783,017 5
- (11) The Secrets We Keep Bleecker … $42,998 -51% 449 -22 $96 $212,004 2
- (12) No Escape Vertical … $28,000 -65% 39 -6 $718 $128,512 2

 

 

Tenet gross either yet to be reported or possibly WB has stopped reporting altogether.

Unhinged has the most amazing legs known to man...even taking the 2nd weekend gross as the OW gross, it's still heading over 4.25x+ and counting...it really was the movie we needed right now:)...

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Tenet has done 33M this week then. At that rate should not finish too far away from 350m. I thought it would miss 300m so not too bad imo

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Does this include NY or LA yet?

 

 

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1 hour ago, MrPink said:

 

 

 

Slow and steady wins the race...overseas is still doing very well...domestic is the sole sad spot for the movie...

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Unhinged still having decent drops, 7 weeks in. 
 

Passed $30m worldwide too, $31.8m. Strong post theatrical run in the future I think for this one too. 

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1 hour ago, Krissykins said:

Unhinged still having decent drops, 7 weeks in. 
 

Passed $30m worldwide too, $31.8m. Strong post theatrical run in the future I think for this one too. 

what was the budget on it?

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what was the budget on it?

30M. It is a flop.

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So BO is dead again. No way theaters will stay open with these sort of numbers coming in. I expect the major chains to close down again in about two weeks tops.

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I missed the actuals of the last few weeks, did they also re-release Star Wars IV?

It got released in early 1978 here in Germany then, watched it in opposition to the snobs I lived with then (aka family), paying the ticket with my first self-earned money. 42.5 years... time is running in a way, does not feel that long to me, more like 25-30y. I am getting old I guess

I’d love to see it again in a cinema.

 

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20 hours ago, terrestrial said:

I missed the actuals of the last few weeks, did they also re-release Star Wars IV?

It got released in early 1978 here in Germany then, watched it in opposition to the snobs I lived with then (aka family), paying the ticket with my first self-earned money. 42.5 years... time is running in a way, does not feel that long to me, more like 25-30y. I am getting old I guess

I’d love to see it again in a cinema.

 

No, the original film wasn't re-released for its 40th birthday. I am glad that Empire got a release this year, though. Was fantastic to see it in the cinema.

 

The original Star Wars is simply awesome to watch in cinema, I had the privilege of seeing it a couple years ago in a huge (5,000 people) auditorium and was a really special thing.

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1 hour ago, Avatree said:

No, the original film wasn't re-released for its 40th birthday. I am glad that Empire got a release this year, though. Was fantastic to see it in the cinema.

 

The original Star Wars is simply awesome to watch in cinema, I had the privilege of seeing it a couple years ago in a huge (5,000 people) auditorium and was a really special thing.

Did they screen the ‘real original’ version or the ~ overworked version (e.g. Jabba the Hutt got added later on, that scene where Solo steps on the back of Jabba I think the most will remember, Jabba was never shown at all in part IV in the original version). I think I read the original version is in a vault to never be shown again per George Lukas ownership orders or so. Might be a detail only counting for home video releases, if they did show the original version, hence my question.

 

I saw it 1978 in the then biggest cinema in my state’s capital, did live in another county then as well, means I took a kind of train / overland metro thingy then. It was for the time an expensive trip in the sum, but so worth it.

A few of the audience looked (including body-language) literally shell-shocked after the movie, and as I am face-blind, for me to even get a hint of that it had to be a huge impact for those co-viewers.

In a way an (co-)eye-opener, as in my family genres like fantasy or even worse, Sci-Fi where and still are considered beneath their ‘level’. High-nosed idiots.... 

E.g. Dune... and such movies too, I am still the only one in my generation and the older ones to have watched them. Narrow minded people miss so much diversity, so much interesting ideas, and so on. Its sad in a way.

 

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1 hour ago, terrestrial said:

Did they screen the ‘real original’ version or the ~ overworked version (e.g. Jabba the Hutt got added later on, that scene where Solo steps on the back of Jabba I think the most will remember, Jabba was never shown at all in part IV in the original version). I think I read the original version is in a vault to never be shown again per George Lukas ownership orders or so. Might be a detail only counting for home video releases, if they did show the original version, hence my question.

 

I saw it 1978 in the then biggest cinema in my state’s capital, did live in another county then as well, means I took a kind of train / overland metro thingy then. It was for the time an expensive trip in the sum, but so worth it.

A few of the audience looked (including body-language) literally shell-shocked after the movie, and as I am face-blind, for me to even get a hint of that it had to be a huge impact for those co-viewers.

In a way an (co-)eye-opener, as in my family genres like fantasy or even worse, Sci-Fi where and still are considered beneath their ‘level’. High-nosed idiots.... 

E.g. Dune... and such movies too, I am still the only one in my generation and the older ones to have watched them. Narrow minded people miss so much diversity, so much interesting ideas, and so on. Its sad in a way.

 

It was the most recent version. You are right, the original film has never been re released, and likely will never be seen again to the public.

 

I watched Star Wars "In Concert", in the Royal Albert Hall in London (below), with the London Symphony Orchestra performing the score. The film was projected on a large screen above the orchestra. It actually felt like it was just a blu ray player connected to a projector, was a little disappointing on that front. But it's the same as the cinema experience anyway as you have so many people with you.

 

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The screen was a little small considering the size of the venue. Would be nice to also see it in a real cinema, up front with a huge screen. But still, it was wonderful to watch the film as part of an audience. There were so many laughs in the film that you just don't realise when you watch it on your own at home.

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