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Netherlands. Europe's 7th biggest market in terms of box office gross and 8th biggest in admissions with $390M gross in 2019. Surprised no thread was made, here's one.

 

Weekend and Weekly box office at https://nvpi.nl/fdn/marktinformatie/top-30/

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Highest Grossing English Films in Netherlands

 

 

Rank Title Year Gross Admits Dist
1 The Lion King 2019 €30,975,904 3,077,940 WDS
2 Titanic 1998 €23,572,868 3,405,708 FOX
3 Bohemian Rhapsody 2018 €22,012,723 2,275,173 WDS
4 Spectre 2015 €20,519,164 2,190,280 SPR
5 Avatar 2009 €18,520,977 1,722,501 FOX
6 Skyfall 2012 €17,321,637 2,008,184 SPR
7 Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone 2001 €15,475,237 WB
8 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 2003 €14,685,698 1,810,360 AFD
9 Star Wars: The Force Awakens 2015 €14,399,018 1,365,638 WDS
10 Dances with Wolves 1991 €14,119,111 1,984,136 MFP
11 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 2002 €13,704,292 WB
12 Avengers: Endgame 2019 €13,470,206 1,206,023 WDS
13 The Lion King 1994 €13,350,497 2,562,797 BVI
14 Minions 2015 €13,203,976 1,618,360 UPI
15 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II 2011 €13,175,652 WB
16 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring 2001 €12,864,000 1,664,000 AFD
17 Frozen II 2019 €12,325,652 1,388,427 WDS
18 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 2012 €12,264,196 791,578 WB
19 The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies 2014 €12,042,569 1,181,539 WB
20 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug 2013 €11,820,545 1,133,450 WB
21 Joker 2019 €11,640,305 1,172,887 WB
22 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince 2009 €11,363,257 WB
23 Star Wars: The Last Jedi 2017 €10,895,068 987,678 WDS
24 Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald 2018 €10,803,657 1,022,856 WB
25 Despicable Me 3 2017 €10,603,949 UPI
26 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest 2006 €10,525,314 1,492,700 BVI
27 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers 2002 €10,524,000 1,318,000 AFD
28 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I 2010 €10,481,628 WB
29 Bridget Jones's Baby 2016 €10,420,044 1,197,800 UPI
30 Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 2016 €10,401,686 1,057,042 WB
31 Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides 2011 €10,274,734 1,073,579 WDS
32 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 2005 €10,191,905 WB
33 Jurassic Park 1993 €10,133,712 1,850,619 UIP
34 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix 2007 €10,133,068 WB
35 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End 2007 €10,111,301 1,225,799 BVI
36 Jurassic World 2015 €10,010,113 1,008,290 UPI
37 Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge 2017 €9,937,227 1,018,041 WDS
38 1917 2020 €9,857,802 WWE
39 Aladdin 2019 €9,734,155 982,497 WDS
40 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker 2019 €9,650,569 82,089 WDS
41 The Jungle Book 2016 €9,446,241 967,454 WDS
42 Avengers: Infinity War 2018 €9,357,196 88,306 WDS
43 Jumanji: The Next Level 2019 €9,119,128 862,538 SPR
44 Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs 2009 €8,998,795 1,134,645 FOX
45 Finding Dory 2016 €8,976,472 1,082,977 WDS
46 Sing 2016 €8,851,306 1,122,118 UPI
47 Finding Nemo 2003 €8,761,527 1,347,203 BVI
48 Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! 2018 €8,433,593 963,841 UPI
49 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 2004 €8,431,886 WB
50 Fast & Furious 7 2015 €8,420,812 955,813 UPI

 

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3-6 June 2021

 

TW LW Title Dis WIR Gross Change Locs Total Gross
1 - De Slag om de Schelde SEP 1 €604,191 - 154 €607,438
2 - Bon Bini: Judeska in da House WWE 26 €238,664 - 110 €885,650
3 - K3: Dans van de farao SPL 1 €58,466 - 110 €122,920
4 - Demon Slayer: Mugen Train PER 1 €45,894 - 58 €45,894
5 - Nomadland WDS 1 €44,032 - 72 €44,262
6 - Cruella WDS 1 €41,604 - 43 €41,604
7 - De Oost SPL 4 €33,112 - 67 €33,545
8 - Buurman & Buurman: Bakken en grillen JE 1 €30,843 - 134 €30,843
9 - Ammonite SPR 26 €11,459 - 31 €96,410
10 - Kom hier dat ik u kus SEP 26 €7,870 - 42 €114,629
 
 
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3-9 June 2021

 

TW LW Title Dis WIR Gross Change Locs Total Gross
1 - De Slag om de Schelde SEP 1 €618,715   154 €621,884
2 - Bon Bini: Judeska in da House WWE 26 €328,392   110 €975,401
3 - Nomadland WDS 1 €101,306   72 €101,306
4 - Demon Slayer: Mugen Train PER 1 €84,547   58 €84,547
5 - K3: Dans van de farao SPL 1 €68,069   110 €132,523
6 - Cruella WDS 1 €63,776   43 €63,776
7 - De Oost SPL 4 €53,738   67 €54,171
8 - Buurman & Buurman: Bakken en grillen JE 1 €35,487   134 €35,487
9 - Ammonite SPR 26 €20,212   31 €105,164
10 - Kom hier dat ik u kus SEP 26 €13,731   42 €120,490

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10-13 June 2021

  1. Slag Om De Schelde. De - €452,207 / €1,069,579
  2. Bon Bini: Judeska in da House - €254,808 / €1,230,234
  3. The Conjuring 3 - €232,315 / €417,983
  4. Nobody - €145,941 / €350,220
  5. Tom and Jerry - €107,763 / €177,073

Misc

 

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train - €75,563 / €160,110

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10-16 June 2021

 

TW Title WIR Week Total
1 De Slag om de Schelde 2 €622,401 €1,243,206
2 The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It 1 €337,105 €522,722
3 Bon Bini: Judeska in da House 27 €322,184 €1,296,483
4 Nobody 1 €193,470 €397,679
5 Spiral: From the Legacy of Saw 1 €139,412 €289,124
6 Tom and Jerry 1 €133,800 €203,078
7 Peter Rabbit 2 1 €127,525 €285,812
8 Nomadland 2 €117,388 €224,250
9 Demon Slayer: Mugen Train 2 €104,473 €189,019
10 Cruella 2 €78,134 €141,696
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30-04 September/October 2021

 

1.  No Time To Die - €3.525.771

2.  Dune - €459.861

3. The Father - €150.497

4. Shang-Chi and the legend of the Ten rings - €143.325

5. Mijn beste vriendin Anne Frank - €135.257 (My best friend Anne Frank)

 

Great opening for NTTD,  comming in 5.6% higher than Spectre and about 19% higher than Skyfall.

Bond is extremely big in the Netherlands, a market where spectre even beat out Skyfall. Both made insane money. Spectre grossed €20.52m whilst Skyfall ended up with €17.32m. As you can see the Dutch market is extremely leg dependent. Movies easily haveover 4x multies. Even marvel movies often go over 4 times multies. (Shang Chi will end up around 5x).

 

To compete with both Skyfall and Spectre NTTD should drop less than 10%, an 8% second week drop would put it on par with Spectre a 3% drop would put it up with Skyfall. A bigger drop than 10% would be pretty bad and it would reduce it's chances for €20m ($23.2m) significantly.

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So Spectre:

€3.337m Weekend

€0.973m Weekdays

€4.350m Total first week

 

NoTimeToDie:

€3.525m Weekend (+5.6%)

€1.100m Weekdays(+13%)

€4.625m Total after 1st week: (+6.2% over spectre)

 

Weekdays seem to have been quite a bit stronger. Still doesn't mean much, let's see how this weekend goes.

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Last weekend:

1. No Time To Die - €2.613.566 (-25.9%)
2. Dune - €349.250 (-24.1%)
3. The Father - €107.50 (-28.6%)
4. Shang Chi - €95.726 (-33.2%)
5. The Addams Family 2 - €95.280 (OW is 28.5% lower than the first movie)

 

First off huge dissapointment for NTTD, this is a very big drop for a big movie, a lot worse than previous installments. It should have dropped 10% or less, it went to over 25%, this means beating Spectre will be very hard, if this weekend is bad it will be impossible. The midweek was ok again, spectre was at €8.2m after it's second week, NTTD is at roughly 8m so it lost about 550k in the second week compared to spectre. Depending on the next 2 weeks (they will be very important) we will have  a good picture where it will end up). Starting the 18 of october the north /mid (the capital) of the netherlands has a autum hollyday week, the week after the south. Comming weekdays should be quite a bit stronger, the weekends should also be soft. NTTD should gain a bit of ground and it's 4 week cume should be even with spectre (€13.2m), after that it will lose ground fast. Spectre has christmas comming up so it's 8th and 9th week are big). Expecting €17.8m euro finish, maybe more if the holidays are big, less if they can't keep pace with spectre.

 

To be honestly other movies had decent holds (pretty good but nothing great), keep in mind that movies drop harder on 3/4/5th weekends than on seconds ones.

 

Lastly The Addams Family 2 opened 28.5% lower than the last entery that opened to 133k, it legged to a bit over 920k expecting 700k for this one. Again depending on holiday hold.

 

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Weekend 41: 14-17 october

 

1. No Time To Die - €2.371.672 (-9.3%)
2. Dune - €278.445 (-20.3%)
3. Liefde zonder grenzen - €200.052 (love without borders)
4. Halloween kills - €151.321
5. The Addams Family 2 - €106.436 (+11.7%)

 

Bond has a good hold, nothing spectacular and it was much needed one. It's hold was better than spectres 3rd weekend hold (-18.8%), still the weekend was 130k lower. But NTTD was aided by the holiday week starting this week. It's important for bond to go near flat next weekend to have a shot at €20m. It's trailing behind 300k on Spectre, spectre has a big drop on it's 4th weekend 32.5% so if NTTD manages to keep the drop below 10% it would pass spectre, this might be hard because of the arrival of venom. The good thing is spectre didn't have autum holidays but because of the 4 weeks difference in release date spectre will make use of Christmas and NTTD won't be able to.

 

The best news of the weekend: The Addams Family 2, it increased over last weekend, should have another great weekend comming, with schools being out half of the country it should have great midweek as well. If next weekend increases again it might have a shot at matching or beating it's precedor after a 29% lower start.  That said most likely still looking at 800-850k.

 

Another 20% drop for dune, that quite good but nothing amazing. Expecting quite some impact from venom next week.

 

Shang Chi dropped 34% to 63k, it will add around 200k more but it's run is basicly at an end. Anyhow finishing with €3.5m ($4m) is very good for a low level comicbook movie.

 

 

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Autum holidays have started: Spectre mon - wednesday 481k vs NTTD 1.105m.

Tot through wednesday NTTD: €11.5m vs €11.185m. It's lead is now a bit over 300k. NTTD needs to hold strong vs Venom now this weekend. If it does it might end next week with a 1m-1.3m lead, good enough to reach €19m and a decent shot at €20m.

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