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May 3rd-5th

Mass Effect: Revelation Revels In an Excellent First Weekend of Summer

 

As expected, Numerator Productions’ Mass Effect: Revelation has the biggest opening weekend of the year at a whopping near $145m. Audiences this year have been craving some large scale spectacle and even though reviews weren’t as strong as the last two installment, audiences loved it giving it an “A-” CinemaScore. Only time will tell if it reaches the coveted $400 million mark.

  1. Mass Effect: Revelation - $144,557,142
  2. The Insect God - $6,981,802 (-57.6%)
  3. Up In The Sky - $6,153,275 (-45%)
  4. No Mercy - $4,616,501 (-64.5%)
  5. Numbers Theory - $2,282,257 (-57.7%)
  6. The Idiots - $1,584,614 (-52.8%)
  7. Far Cry - $1,311,909 (-59.7%)
  8. Citizen Kale: A VeggieTales Movie - $1,172,429 (-46.6%)
  9. Snow Monkeys - $1,119,950 (-37.9%)
  10. Flightless Bird: The Downfall of the Boeing 747 MAX - $826,743 (-50%)

May 10th-12th
Revelation Repeats Big Splashes as Dinosaurs and Wet Willy Treads in the Water

To the surprise of no one, Mass Effect: Revelation manages to repeat at the top of the box office, only falling 61% with $56.6m. Hopes for $400m may be dead but odds for $350m still look good. Workshop Inc.’s Walking With Dinosaurs: The Cinematic Experience and New Journey’s Wet Willy both debut to solid numbers, as the former pulls in $11m opening weekend while the later slightly outperforms tracking and opens to $13m. Dinosaurs pulled in an “A” CinemaScore as Wet Willy seems to be more of a drizzle than a tsunami with a “B-” CinemaScore.  

  1. Mass Effect: Revelation - $56,666,401 (-60.8%)
  2. Wet Willy - $13,174,268
  3. Walking with DInosaurs: The Cinematic Experience - $11,414,286
  4. Up In The Sky - $4,110,388 (-33.2%)
  5. The Insect God - $3,560,719 (-49%)
  6. No Mercy - $2,308,251 (-50%)
  7. Numbers Theory - $1,179,927 (-48.3%)
  8. The Idiots - $966,614 (-39%)
  9. Citizen Kale: A VeggieTales Movie - $715,182 (-39%)
  10. Far Cry - $709,495 (-46.3%)


May 17th-19th
Rhino Riders 2 Ride Again into First Place, as Monster Bug Wars Fail to Get Audiences to Swarm to Theaters

Rhino Riders 2, being the first major family film since Pokemon, stampedes up a big total at nearly $34m. Audiences seem to love the rhinos racing as well, getting an “A-” CinemaScore, as it should race past $100m domestic with ease, making a Rhino Riders 3 a strong possibility. Meanwhile, Phoenix Fire’s experiment of dual releasing similar “sequels” to Monster Bug Wars seems to have backfired. The Spider Path, was the stronger of the two in both opening weekend, at a miniscule $3,65m and weaker “C-” CinemaScore as The Scorpion Path barely holds up with $2,393,143 and an even weaker “D+” CinemaScore. Like most bugs, the life expectancy for both films will be short at best, before being squashed or consumed by a bigger film.

  1. Rhino Riders 2 - $33,957,792
  2. Mass Effect: Revelation - $27,936,536 (-50.7%)
  3. Walking with Dinosaurs: The Cinematic Experience - $7,133,929 (-37.5%)
  4. Wet Willy - $6,086,512 (-53.8%)
  5. Monster Bug Wars: The Spider Path -  $3,657,431
  6. Up In The Sky - $2,560,772 (-37.7%)
  7. Monster Bug Wars: The Scorpion Path - $2,393,143
  8. The Insect God - $1,883,620 (-47.1%)
  9. No Mercy - $1,075,645 (-53.4%)
  10. Numbers Theory - $678,458 (-42.5%)


May 24th-26th/27th
Heartman and Dealer’s Choice Provide Modest Numbers This Memorial Day Weekend

Infinite Studios’ Heartman and New Journey’s Dealer’s Choice both open within the range of tracking during this modest Memorial Day weekend. The Carribean horror flick, Heartman opened with a solid $39.6m opening weekend and $47.4m for the four day weekend, however audience reception seems a bit more lukewarm at a “B+” CinemaSore due to lack of efficient scares, but Heartman should end up well over $100m domestic at the end of the run. 

The heist romantic thriller Dealer’s Choice pulled in $14.3m for the opening weekend and $17.5m for the four day weekend, also scoring a “B+” CinemaScore. Dealer’s Choice, provided a weak June apart from Mighty Fall, has a chance at getting a $50m domestic total. Meanwhile, Blankment’s family fantasy drama Sandboy pulls in an impressive $668k and came very close to the top ten for the four day weekend.

  1. Heartman - $39,642,852/$47,355,422
  2. Rhino Riders 2 - $20,748,211/$27,335,325 (-38.9%)
  3. Mass Effect: Revelation - $15,085,729/$18,508,658 (-46%)
  4. Dealer’s Choice - $14,289,668/$17,532,713
  5. Walking With Dinosaurs: The CInematic Experience - $4,287,491/$5,359,364 (-39.9%)
  6. Up In The Sky - $1,377,695/$1,772,119 (-46.2%)
  7. Monster Bug Wars: The Spider Path - $1,217,925/$1,424,972 (-66.7%)
  8. Wet Willy - $786,968/$944,362 (-67.1%)
  9. Monster Bug Wars: The Scorpion Path - $758,626/$887,592 (-68.3%)
  10. The Insect God - $700,707/$836,614 (-62.8%)
  11. Sandboy - $668,833/$836,041

 

May 31st-June 2nd
The Wild Thornberrys Provides Theaters with Wild Numbers

Despite negative reviews, Endless Entertainment/Nickelodeon’s The Wild Thornberrys was able to open within the middle of its wide end of tracking at $46m thanks to a mostly barren May. However, the general audiences seemed more mixed at a “B+” CInemaScore, meaning it will likely fall apart, and from what we have seen from overseas numbers so far, Thornberrys is highly unlikely to break even. Meanwhile, Sandboy gains more theaters and amasses a strong $1.13m.

  1. The Wild Thornberrys - $46,157,008
  2. Heartman - $18,314,998 (-53.8%)
  3. Rhino Riders 2 - $12,199,948
  4. Mass Effect: Revelation - $7,180,807 (-52.4%)
  5. Dealer’s Choice - $7,073,386 (-50.5%)
  6. Walking with Dinosaurs: The Cinematic Experience - $2,362,383 (-46.3%)
  7. Sandboy - $1,130,823
  8. Up In The Sky - $640,628 (-53.5%)
  9. Monster Bug Wars: The Spider Path - $367,813 (-75.4%)
  10. The Insect God - $294,297 (-58%)

 

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March PTA's

Far Cry - 16 569

Fable - 12 281

Flightless Bird: The Downfall of the Boeing 737 MAX - 7 268

2 Big Families - 5 657

Citizen Kale: A VeggieTales Movie - 5 338

Recompense - 4 667

Kings of the 6 - 2 410

MEG - 2 355

 

April PTA's

No Mercy - 10 658

Numbers Theory - 8 515

The Insect God - 8 287

Up in the Sky - 6 032

The Idiots - 3 434

Snow Monkeys - 2 729

Doc Dreams - 1 084

 

May PTA's

Sandboy (limited) - 41 802 / 52 253

Mass Effect: Revelation - 33 830

Heartman - 10 814 / 12 917

The Wild Thornberrys - 10 606

Rhino Riders 2 - 8 464

Dealer's Choice - 5 893 / 7 230

Walking with Dinosaurs: The Cinematic Experience - 5 774

Wet Willy - 4 799

Monster Bug Wars: The Spider Path - 1 366

Monster Bug Wars: The Scorpion Path - 894

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Estimated totals as of June 8th:

 

Pokemon - ~$298m

Fable - ~$130m

Flightless Bird - ~$120m

Far Cry - ~$155m

Numbers Theory - ~$85m

No Mercy - $75m+

Up in the Sky - ~$60m

The Insect God - ~$38m

Mass Effect - $330m+

Rhino Riders - $90m+

Heartman - $80m+

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June 7th-9th
Everything I Never Told You Takes The Number One Spot From Thornberrys In Photo Finish Weekend

In a shocking upset, New Journey’s Everything I Never Told You opens on the higher end of tracking at $21m. The surprise? It overtook Thornberrys for the number one slot on the weekend. Thornberrys had the lead Friday but Everything had a stronger Saturday and Sunday. Meanwhile, Thornberrys is looking at a total under $130m domestic after a rough-ish fall of 53.8%. Sandboy also expand wider, netting a $2.01m weekend.

  1. Everything I Never Told You - $21,331,701
  2. The Wild Thornberrys - $21,324,538 (-53.8%)
  3. Heartman - $9,890,099 (-46%)
  4. Rhino Riders 2 - $7,551,768 (-38.1%)
  5. Mass Effect: Revelation - $4,897,311 (-31.3%)
  6. Dealer’s Choice - $4,477,453 (-36.7%)
  7. Sandboy - $2,011,823 (+77.9%)
  8. Walking with Dinosaurs: The Cinematic Experience - $1,082,007 (-53%)
  9. Up in The Sky - $354,267 (-44.7%)
  10. The Insect God - $150,091 (-49%)


June 14th-16th
Sandboy Brings Forth A Breezy $20m Win as Bailee Has Buckets with a $12m Opening

Blankments’ family fantasy drama Sandboy open on the high end of our tracking at a strong $20m. Despite Rhinos and Thornberrys having consumed a decent portion of families, WOM was the biggest draw as it scored an “A+” CinemaScore, causing it to grow unexpectedly overnight. With summer being extremely barren, a total of $70m is in sights. Meanwhile, Infinite’s latest installment of the Hoops series opened to $12m. Bailee Buckets dribbled up a strong “A-“ CinemaScore and should finish with a total similar to its’ Hoops brethren around $30m-$40m.

  1. Sandboy - $20,319,286 (+910%)
  2. Everything I Never Told You - $14,228,245 (-33.3%)
  3. Bailee Buckets: A Hoops Story - $12,317,913
  4. The Wild Thornberrys - $10,576,971 (-50.4%)
  5. Heartman - $4,816,478 (-51.3%)
  6. Rhino Riders 2 - $3,973,230 (-47.4%)
  7. Dealer’s Choice - $2,552,148 (-43%)
  8. Mass Effect: Revelation - $2,517,218 (-48.6%)
  9. Walking with Dinosaurs: The Cinematic Experience - $411,163 (-62%)
  10. Up In The Sky - $127,536 (-64%)

 

June 21st-23rd
Sandboy Buries The Competition as Dave Day is a Box Office Casualty

Sandboy manages to hold on to the top spot, only decreasing 32% with $13m for the weekend. The way things are going, Sandboy could challenge $80m. Meanwhile Dave-Day was less of a war and more of a squabble as it opened to barely over $5.5m. With WOM proving to be a non-factor as it scored a measly “C” CinemaScore, Dave-Day will likely not be a day to remember.

  1. Sandboy - $13,817,115 (-32%)
  2. Everything I Never Told You - $9,959,772 (-30%)
  3. Bailee Buckets: A Hoops Story - $5,912,253  (-52%)
  4. Dave-Day - $5,871,429
  5. The Wild Thornberrys - $4,812,522 (-54.5%)
  6. Rhino Riders 2 - $2,391,282  (-39.8%)
  7. Heartman - $2,167,410 (-55%)
  8. Mass Effect: Revelation - $1,882,879 (-25.2%)
  9. Dealer’s Choice - $1,467,485 (-42.5%)
  10. Walking with Dinosaurs: The Cinematic Experience - $175,567 (-57.3%)

 

June 28th-30th
Mighty Fall has a Mighty Opening

Phoenix Fire’s banger of a year continues as the animated/live action sci-fi epic Mighty Fall was able to open to a strong $75m thanks to position itself as the first big event since Mass Effect. Though it’s not as large as sci-fi darlings like “Spark”, “The Scavenger Wars”, “Mass Effect” or “Green Lantern Corps”, it is very healthy start. Audiences enjoyed it a fair bit as it scored a “B+” CinemaScore. Mighty Fall will continue to be mighty as it will likely walk past $200m.

  1. Mighty Fall - $75,542,847
  2. Sandboy - $8,469,862 (-38.7%)
  3. Everything I Never Told You - $6,045,582 (-39.3%)
  4. Bailee Buckets: A Hoops Story - $2,926,565 (-50.5%)
  5. Dave-Day - $2,701,087 (-54%)
  6. The Wild Thornberrys - $2,502,511 (-48%)
  7. Rhino Riders 2 - $1,300,858 (-45.6%)
  8. Heartman - $1,083,708 (-50%)
  9. Mass Effect: Revelation - $1,157,971 (-38.5%)
  10. Dealer’s Choice - $699,991 (-52.3%)
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Estimated totals as of June 8th:

 

Pokemon - ~$298m

Fable - ~$130m

Flightless Bird - ~$120m

Far Cry - ~$155m

Numbers Theory - ~$85m

No Mercy - $75m+

Up in the Sky - ~$60m

The Insect God - ~$38m

Mass Effect - $330m+

Rhino Riders - $90m+

Heartman - $80m+

 

As of July 4:

 

Mass Effect - ~$350m

Rhino Riders - $110m+

Heartman - $105m+

Wild Thornberrys - $110m+

Everything I Never Told You - $72m+

Sandboy - $60m+

Mighty Fall - $105m+

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July 5th-7th
Mighty Fall Stays on Top 4th of July Weekend, Gnashing Slashes Second Place, Eminem Stands Up to $4.9m as Memes Aren’t Dank

As expected, Mighty Fall ruled the Fourth of July weekend with $38m on the weekend and nearly $55m for the five day. Newcomers for the most part did pretty well also. New Journey’s horror film The Gnashing managed to scare up a strong $22m for the weekend and $32m for the five day. Audiences dug this horror shindig as it scored a “B+” CinemaScore as it will likely create a nice total. Phoenix Fire’s documentary Eminem Esque was able to print out some bills generating $4.89m for the weekend and with an “A” CinemaScore, it’ll be very profitable. Unfortunately, Meme Th(II)eves proved that like itself, dank memes are only enjoyable for a few brief seconds but definitely not over 5 minutes, let alone 90 minutes. Despite the extra day, it opened to $3.5m for the weekend and barely over $7m for the six day. The only thing truly funny about Meme Th(II)eves is it’s hilarious “F” CinemaScore. 

  1. Mighty Fall - $38,149,138 (-49.5%)/$54,546,117
  2. The Gnashing - $22,030,666/$32,576,493
  3. Sandboy - $5,386,832 (-36.4%)/$8,372,408
  4. Eminem-Esque - $4,895,147
  5. Meme Th(II)eves - $3,568,333/$6,409,372/$7,239,565
  6. Everything I Never Told You - $3,361,344 (-44.4%)/$4,705,882
  7. Bailee Buckets: A Hoops Story - $1,488,401 (-48.8%)/$2,172,682
  8. The Wild Thornberrys - $1,031,035 (-58.8%)/$1,598,104
  9. Dave-Day - $672,571 (-75.1%)/$907,971
  10. Rhino Riders - $572,378 (-56%)/$858,567


July 12th-14th
Fullmetal Overcomes Mixed WOM and has Titanium Opening 

Horizon Entertainment/New Journey’s Fullmetal Alchemist: A Tale of Two Brothers, despite racid reviews and a harsh CinemaScore of “C+”, was able to open to $45m due to its fanbase and apart from Mighty Fall and Mass Effect, a lack of big blockbusters combined with very aggressive marketing allowed it to have a very inflated Friday. However, Fullmetal likely won’t get too much past $100m as Static Shock will likely fry its legs. Also Meme Th(II)eves falls 69% cause why not.

  1. Fullmetal Alchemist: A Tale of Two Brothers - $45,151,429
  2. Mighty Fall - $21,516,114 (-43.6%)
  3. The Gnashing - $7,931,040 (-64%)
  4. Sandboy - $3,824,651 (-29%)
  5. Eminem-Esque - $2,941,983 (-39.9%)
  6. Everything I Never Told You - $2,151,260 (-39.9%)
  7. Meme Th(II)eves - $1,106,183 (-69%)
  8. The Wild Thornberrys - $635,118 (-38.4%)
  9. Bailee Buckets: A Hoops Story - $480,987 (-67.9%)
  10. Rhino Riders 2 - $356,391 (-37.7%)

July 19th-21st
Animal Crossing Brings In the Families as The Exchange Brings In The Laughs

New Journey Pictures Animation’s Animal Crossing manages to make some major bells this weekend with a whopping $47.7m opening making it the largest family film of the summer this year. While critics gave Animal Crossing the cold shoulder, audiences were more receptive with an “A-“ CinemaScore. With summer weekdays, a total of $150m+ is in order as well as potentially some nice overseas cheddar. Numerator’s teen comedy, The Exchange: Foriegn Studies was not foriegn to audiences as it bought in $15m. Scoring a strong “B+” CinemaScore, odds are The Exchange may prove to be a strong and consistent comedy franchise.

  1. Animal Crossing - $47,771,534
  2. Fullmetal Alchemist: A Tale of Two Brothers - $18,557,237 (-58.9%)
  3. The Exchange: Foriegn Studies - $15,425,718
  4. Mighty Fall - $11,360,508 (-47.2%)
  5. The Gnashing - $4,195,120 (-47.1%)
  6. Sandboy - $2,095,909 (-45.2%)
  7. Everything I Never Told You - $1,505,882 (-30%)
  8. Eminem-Esque - $1,323,893 (-55%)
  9. Rhino Riders 2 - $175,443 (-50.8%)
  10. Meme Th(II)eves - $171,458 (-84.5%)

 

July 26th-28th
Static Shock Recharges The Box Office as Fullmetal Becomes Fool’s Gold

This summer was in dire need of a hero, and Static delivered. Endless Entertainment/DC’s Static Shock: Frozen Summer overperformed and opened with a whopping $87m, being the biggest opening of the summer since Mass Effect and the biggest non-Green Lantern Corps DC opening over Y4’s Blue and Gold, thanks to decent reviews and having a strong percentage of ticket sales by African Americans, who are an underserved audience in CAYOM. Frozen Summer, like it’s predecessor, scored an “A-“ CinemaScore. With light competition, Frozen Summer should make it to $250m domestic, ensuring a sequel is in the works. Meanwhile, Fullmetal Alchemist fell hard, dropping 65.4% as WOM and direct competition finally caught up to it. 

 

  1. Static Shock: Frozen Summer - $87,125,145
  2. Animal Crossing - $23,312,507 (-51.2%)
  3. The Exchange: Foriegn Studies - $8,437,868 (-45.3%) 
  4. Fullmetal Alchemist: A Tale of Two Brothers - $6,420,804 (-65.4%) 
  5. Mighty Fall - $5,339,439 (-53%) 
  6. The Gnashing - $1,678,208 (-60%)
  7. Sandboy - $1,293,176 (-38.3%)
  8. Everything I Never Told You - $926,117 (-38.5%)
  9. Eminem-Esque - $750,647 (-43.3%)
  10. Rhino Riders 2 - $60,528 (-65.5%)
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June PTA's

Mighty Fall - 18 829

Everything I Never Told You - 9 909

Sandboy (wide) - 6 320

Bailee Buckets: A Hoops Story - 4 279

Dave-Day - 2 208

 

July PTA's

Static Shock: Frozen Summer - 20 734

Animal Crossing - 13 847

Fullmetal Alchemist: A Tale of Two Brothers - 11 804

The Gnashing - 8 056 / 11 911

The Exchange: Foreign Studies - 4 449

Eminem-esque - 3 130

Meme Th(II)eves - 1 103 / 1 981 / 2 238

 

Full PTA list after 1st half of the year + 1 month:

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  1. Sandboy (limited) - 41 802 / 52 253
  2. Mass Effect: Revelation - 33 830
  3. Pokémon: The Case of the Orange Outrage - 28 783 / 36 544
  4. Static Shock: Frozen Summer - 20 734
  5. Mighty Fall - 18 829
  6. Far Cry - 16 569
  7. The Lost Empire - 15 281 / 17 856
  8. Animal Crossing - 13 847
  9. Fable - 12 281
  10. Fullmetal Alchemist: A Tale of Two Brothers - 11 804
  11. Heartman - 10 814 / 12 917
  12. No Mercy - 10 658
  13. The Wild Thornberrys - 10 606
  14. Romance Road - 10 363
  15. Everything I Never Told You - 9 909
  16. Christie Monteiro - 8 589
  17. Numbers Theory - 8 515
  18. Rhino Riders 2 - 8 464
  19. Holland Hannah - 8 431
  20. The Insect God - 8 287
  21. The Gnashing - 8 056 / 11 911
  22. Flightless Bird: The Downfall of the Boeing 737 MAX - 7 268
  23. Sandboy (wide) - 6 320
  24. Up in the Sky - 6 032
  25. Dealer's Choice - 5 893 / 7 230
  26. Walking with Dinosaurs: The Cinematic Experience - 5 774
  27. 2 Big Families - 5 657
  28. Citizen Kale: A VeggieTales Movie - 5 338
  29. Wet Willy - 4 799
  30. Recompense - 4 667
  31. The Exchange: Foreign Studies - 4 449
  32. Bailee Buckets: A Hoops Story - 4 279
  33. Gunman Clive - 4 053 / 4 975
  34. A Very Adam & Cindy Valentine - 3 778
  35. Home Invasion: Part III: Hunted - 3 636
  36. The Idiots - 3 434
  37. Eminem-esque - 3 130
  38. Funny Business - 2 996 / 4 013
  39. Snow Monkeys - 2 729
  40. White Wyvern - 2 494
  41. Kings of the 6 - 2 410
  42. MEG - 2 355
  43. Dave-Day - 2 208
  44. Losers Weepers - 2 112
  45. Monster Bug Wars: The Spider Path - 1 366
  46. Meme Th(II)eves - 1 103 / 1 981 / 2 238
  47. Doc Dreams - 1 084
  48. Monster Bug Wars: The Scorpion Path - 894

 

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August 2nd-4th
Static Clings Onto Number One as Wave Heist Make Some Waves


Frozen Summer manages to stay on top of the box office with ease, only sliding 59%, a common comic book movie drop. Phoenix Fire’s The Wave Heist also treds the water pretty well, pulling in a strong $18.3m opening, and with a “B” CinemaScore and light competition this summer, it will likely surf over $50m. Holdovers continue to do well, apart from Fullmetal, which dropped almost 74% this weekend.

 

  1. Static Shock: Frozen Summer - $35,742,949 (-59%)
  2. The Wave Heist - $18,327,401
  3. Animal Crossing - $15,246,380 (-34.6%)
  4. The Exchange: Foriegn Studies - $5,526,804 (-34.5%)
  5. Mighty Fall - $3,321,131 (-37.8%)
  6. Fullmetal Alchemist: A Tale of Two Brothers - $1,824,293 (-73.9%)
  7. Sandboy - $678,917 (-47.5%)
  8. The Gnashing - $590,729 (-64.8%)
  9. Everything I Never Told You - $509,364 (-45%)
  10. Eminem-Esque - $392,588 (-47.7%)

 

August 9th-11th
Frankenstein Jr. Shows a Strong Pulse, as The Space Between Trees In Theaters Proves to Be Packed

 

The Workshop. Inc’s family animation Frankenstein Jr. became alive this weekend, posting the biggest weekend so far for the studio at $29.6m, as well as debuting first place this weekend. With an “A-” CinemaScore, an $100m total is looking highly likely. Meanwhile, Blankments/EGK’s newcomer The Space Between Trees and Frozen Summer battled for the number two spot, with Frozen Summer barely winning. However, $21.7m at third place is definitely a great result. Audiences were a bit confused initially, giving it a “C+” CinemaScore due to different expectations, however, that is likely not to put a damper on legs at all, as it has picked up quite a lot of chatter over the weekend and should have healthy legs because of it.

 

  1. Frankenstein Jr. -$29,606,172
  2. Static Shock: Frozen Summer - $22,076,783 (-38.2%)
  3. The Space Between Trees - $21,748,725 
  4. The Wave Heist - $7,697,718 (-58%)
  5. Animal Crossing - $7,623,190 (-50%)
  6. The Exchange: Foreign Studies -$3,382,404 (-38.8%)
  7. Mighty Fall - $1,288,599 (-61.2%)
  8. Fullmetal Alchemist: A Tale of Two Brothers - $578,301 (-68.3%)
  9. Sandboy -$257,989 (-62%)
  10. Everything I Never Told You - $188,974 (-62.9%)


August 16th-18th
Strangers In The Town Becomes The Talk of The Town

 

Numerator’s black comedy western, Strangers In The Town opened healthily at just above $20m. Strangers scored a “B-” CinemaScore, and with not much until Alpha Pictures’ The One Million Jacket later next month, it should show very strong legs. Holdovers continue to be strong, as The Space Between Trees manages to hold onto third place, edging out Frozen Summer. 

  1. Strangers In The Town - $20,385,714
  2. Frankenstein Jr. - $17,763,703 (-40%)
  3. The Space Between Trees - $14,506,400 (-36.5%)
  4. Static Shock: Frozen Summer - $12,561,690 (-33.3%)
  5. Animal Crossing - $4,604,407 (-39.6%)
  6. The Wave Heist - $4,018,209 (-47.8%)
  7. The Exchange: Foreign Studies - $1,701,349 (-49.7%)
  8. Mighty Fall - $476,782 (-63%)
  9. Fullmetal Alchemist: A Tale of Two Brothers - $202,405 (-65%)
  10. Sandboy - $92,876 (-64%)

August 23rd-25th
New Tricks Manages to Entertain Audiences as The Outback Carries On

 

New Journey’s family comedy New Tricks manages to learn some new tricks as it opened with a solid $23m. With an “A” CinemaScore, there could be a chance if it continues to hold for $100m. Creatures Inc.’s The Outback also scored an “A” CinemaScore and opened well at $6.9m, outopening this April’s Snow Monkeys, as it hopes for a $20m total.

  1. New Tricks - $23,274,268
  2. Frankenstein Jr. - $11,315,479 (-36.3%)
  3. Strangers In The Town - $11,212,143 (-45%)
  4. The Space Between Trees - $9,211,564 (-36.5%)
  5. Static Shock: Frozen Summer - $8,039,482 (-36%)
  6. The Outback - $6,957,417 
  7. Animal Crossing - $2,587,677 (-43.8%)
  8. The Wave Heist - $2,330,561 (-42%)
  9. The Exchange: Foriegn Studies - $1,058,259 (-37.8%)
  10. Mighty Fall - $164,013 (-65.6%)

August 30th-September 2nd 
New Tricks Don’t Get Old, as Slash, Soar and Learning Teach The Audiences Something New

 

Last week’s New Tricks managed to repeat a number one win, falling only 18.7%, giving it a weekend of nearly $19m and a four-day of nearly $24m. Meanwhile, the new openers all opened within expectations. Phoenix Fire’s horror thriller Slash, Splat, BOOM, opened to over $10m for the three day and $13.5m for the four day, but with a “B-” CinemaScore, it will likely fade away after opening weekend, as per usual with horror. New Journey’s family sports flick Soar, did on the lower end of expectations as families were the one audience well fed this summer, doing $6.8m for the weekend and $9m for the four-day. Meanwhile, Learning to Care had a limited opening as it opened to a strong $275k this weekend and $339k for the four day.

  1. New Tricks - $18,921,180 (-18.7%)/$23,652,475
  2. Slash, Splat, BOOM - $10,628,571/$13,582,173
  3. Frankenstein Jr. - $10,127,354 (-10.5%)/$13,469,381
  4. The Space Between Trees - $9,211,564 (-36.5%)/$12,896,190
  5. Strangers In The Town - $8,151,228 (-27.3%)/$10,759,621
  6. Soar - $6,812,975/$9,063,132
  7. Static Shock: Frozen Summer - $6,029,612 (-25%)/$7,778,199
  8. The Outback - $5,809,443 (-16.5%)/$7,552,276
  9. Animal Crossing - $1,922,644 (-25.7%)/$2,619,254
  10. The Wave Heist - $1,836,482 (-21.2%)/$2,387,427
  11. Learning To Care - $275,691/$339,010
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Far Cry is now the 8th biggest OW of March:

  1. Spark: A Hero's Promise - $254,059,559 (Year 6)
  2. Pillars of Eternity: An Ancient Legacy - $155,079,111 (Year 7)
  3. Lilo and Stitch – $111,430,052 (Year 3)
  4. Can You Imagine - $86,607,529 (Year 4)
  5. Pillars of Eternity: The Hollow Vale - $76,084,415 (Year 4)
  6. Earth Defense Force – $64,345,890 (Year 3)
  7. The Last Six - $62,426,386 (Year 5)
  8. Far Cry - $60,308,823 (Year 8 )
  9. The  Epsilon  Syndicate: Union of Thieves - $54,704,484 (Year 5)
  10. One Piece: The Journey Begins - $54,627,904 (Year 4)

Mass Effect: Revelation is now the 2nd biggest OW of May:

  1. Spark: Homeward – $184,115,091 (Year 3)
  2. Mass Effect: Revelation - $144,557,142 (Year 8 )
  3. Two Lonely Bounty Hunters - $128,581,344 (Year 5)
  4. Mass Effect: Ascension - $114,519,264 (Year 6)
  5. Voltron: Defenders of the Universe - $108,763,546 (Year 1)
  6. The Towering Inferno - $83,141,878 (Year 2)
  7. The Road to El Dorado - $81,095,682 (Year 2)
  8. Sir Thymes Time 2 - $75,770,220 (Year 7)
  9. The Adventures of Scrooge McDuck - $75,619,894 (Year 1)
  10. He-Man II: The Revenge of Skeletor – $74,109,398 (Year 3)

Mighty Fall is now the 6th biggest OW of June:

  1. The Odyssey: Homecoming - $210,602,059 (Year 4)
  2. The Scavenger Wars Part III - $190,794,134 (Year 7)
  3. The Odyssey: The Counsel of the Dead – $161,285,727 (Year 3)
  4. Should You Imagine? - $135,664,951 (Year 7)
  5. The Odyssey: The Spoils of War - $103,476,195 (Year 2)
  6. Mighty Fall - $75,542,847 (Year 8 )
  7. Yang - $57,197,427 (Year 7)
  8. Splatoon - $56,720,760 (Year 5)
  9. Me and My Shadow - $55,239,846 (Year 1)
  10. High School Musical: The Reunion - $51,594,721 (Year 4)

Static Shock: Frozen Summer is now the 4th biggest OW of July:

  1. Attack on Titan - $115,650,191 (Year 7)
  2. Spark: Rising - $94,515,632 (Year 1)
  3. The Scavenger Wars – $91,156,066 (Year 3)
  4. Static Shock: Frozen Summer - $87,125,145 (Year 8 )
  5. Jaws: The Return - $83,764,196 (Year 4)
  6. One Punch Man - $79,194,014 (Year 5)
  7. He-Man IV: The Sons of the Serpent - $76,006,119 (Year 6)
  8. Amulet II: The Last Council - $73,498,253 (Year 4)
  9. Scooby-Doo Apocalypse - $71,076,456 (Year 5)
  10. Static Shock - $67,553,354 (Year 5)
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September 6th-8th
Panzer Dragoon Burns Down The Competition Post-Labor Day Weekend

 

New Journey’s fantasy epic, Panzer Dragoon opens strongly at over $50m, making it the first $50m opener since Static Shock: Frozen Summer. Dragoon was also loved by audiences as it scored an “A-” CinemaScore, as a $150m total is in view. Learning to Care, also had a big jump as it grew a bit more in theaters to a strong $1.37m weekend.

 

  1. Panzer Dragoon - $52,572,363
  2. New Tricks - $10,596,309 (-44%)
  3. Strangers In The Town - $5,355,357 (-34.3%)
  4. Frankenstein Jr. - $5,296,606 (-47.7%)
  5. The Space Between Trees - $4,959,046 (-41.8%)
  6. Slash, Splat, BOOM - $4,814,743 (-54.7%)
  7. Soar - $3,706,258 (-45.6%)
  8. The Outback - $3,137,099 (-46%)
  9. Static Shock: Frozen Summer - $2,038,009 (-66.2%)
  10. Learning To Care - $1,370,801 (+497.2%)

September 13th-15th
Dragoon and Floodbath Collide For A Very Close Weekend

 

Dragoon and Phoenix Fire’s Floodbath fought each other for the top spot this weekend as Dragoon managed to fly faster than Floodbath’s tsunami, having a $26m weekend, dropping only 50.5%. Meanwhile, Floodbath surfs up a strong $24.5m opening, as it scores a “A-'' CinemaScore, meaning a total of over $70m could happen. Learning to Care also grew nearly 110% this weekend, to a $2.8m weekend.

  1. Panzer Dragoon - $26,023,320 (-50.5%)
  2. Floodbath - $24,539,719
  3. New Tricks - $6,643,886 (-37.3%)
  4. Strangers In The Town - $3,925,477 (-26.7%)
  5. Frankenstein Jr. - $3,771,184 (-28.8%)
  6. The Space Between Trees - $3,372,151 (-32%)
  7. Learning To Care - $2,874,570 (+109.7%)
  8. Soar - $2,320,118 (-37.4%)
  9. The Outback - $1,919,905 (-38.8%)
  10. Slash, Splat, BOOM - $1,661,086 (-65.5%)

 

September 20th-22nd
The One Million Dollar Jacket Proves Its Worth

 

Alpha Pictures’ romantic comedy, One Million Dollar Jacket opens with $19m and takes the number one spot this weekend. One Million has earned a “B+” CinemaScore from audiences, and could end up with a $70m total when all is said and done. Blankments’ drama Learning to Care opened strongly as it went wide, to a strong $7.6m opening weekend. Audiences loved it too, awarding it an “A+” CinemaScore as it should end up with a $50m total if patterns hold. Infinite’s documentary The War Between Ants opened to $6m, and had a “B+” CinemaScore as well.

  1. One Million Dollar Jacket - $19,017,882
  2. Floodbath - $15,926,278 (-35.1%)
  3. Panzer Dragoon -$14,573,059 (-44%)
  4. Learning To Care - $7,607,688 (+364.7%)
  5. The War Between Ants - $6,213,095
  6. New Tricks - $4,112,565 (-38.1%)
  7. Frankenstein Jr. - $3,020,718 (-19.9%)
  8. The Space Between Trees - $2,016,546 (-40.2%)
  9. Strangers In The Town -$1,923,484 (-57%)
  10. Soar - $1,508,077 (-35%)

September 27th-29th
Green Arrow Returns with A Box Office Bullseye

 

Endless Entertainment/DC’s Green Arrow: The Ninth Circle hits a bullseye this weekend, as it debuts within tracking range, at nearly $63m, despite mixed reviews. This shows the power between the two companies working together on films since Y4. With a “B+” CinemaScore, Green Arrow 2 should end up with a $150m+ total. Meanwhile, as Learning to Care grows wider, as does the weekend as the heartfelt drama grew 27.2% this weekend to a near $10m weekend. 

 

  1. Green Arrow: The Ninth Circle - $62,696,708
  2. One Million Dollar Jacket - $12,114,391 (-36.3%)
  3. Learning To Care -$9,676,979 (+27.2%)
  4. Floodbath - $8,759,453 (-45%)
  5. Panzer Dragoon -$6,455,865 (-55%)
  6. The War Between Ants - $3,864,539 (-37.8%)
  7. New Tricks - $2,377,003 (-42.2%)
  8. Frankenstein Jr. - $1,649,312 (-45.4%)
  9. The Space Between Trees - $1,088,935 (-46%)
  10. Strangers In The Town - $1,040,605 (-45.9%)
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Estimated totals as of October 3rd:

 

Mighty Fall - ~$230m

FMA - ~$100m

Animal Crossing - ~$155m

The Exchange - ~$55m

Static Shock - ~$240m

Wave Heist - ~$50m

Frankenstein Jr. - $105m+

Space Between Trees - $85m+

Strangers in the Town - $70m+

New Tricks - $85m+

Panzer Dragoon - $125m+

Floodbath - $60m+

One Million Dollar Jacket - $40m+

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October 4th-6th
Olive's Spooky Return is A Major Sell For Audiences

Blankments Productions/Shining Star Animation’s Olive’s Hallowed Eve broke out this weekend, thanks to rave reviews and a strong “A+” CinemaScore, opening to almost $80m. If Olive survives before Airbender comes in, a $250m total of highly likely, maybe even something near $300m. Meanwhile, New Journey’s Out of Order: Decline of The Arcade settles for tokens as it opens to almost $3.8m and scored an “A” CinemaScore, like most of its documentary brethren have.

  1. Olive’s Hallowed Eve - $78,926,554
  2. Green Arrow: The Ninth Circle - $27,461,158 (-56.2%)
  3. Learning to Care - $7,780,291 (-19.6%)
  4. One Million Dollar Jacket - $6,880,974 (-43.2%)
  5. Floodbath - $5,115,521 (-41.6%)
  6. Out of Order: Decline of The Arcade - $3,781,903
  7. Panzer Dragoon - $3,227,933 (-50%)
  8. The War Between Ants - $1,990,238 (-48.5%)
  9. The Space Between Trees - $724,142 (-33.5%)
  10. New Tricks - $720,250 (-69.7%)

October 11th-13th
Olive Manages To Outlive World of Trouble Indigenous People’s Day Weekend

Once again, Olive’s Hallowed Eve manages to repeat a number one win, scoring $50m for the weekend and just shy of $63m for the four day. Numerator’s dystopian trilogy ending, World of Trouble also did well around $43m OW and almost $50m, albeit to the lower end of expectations but also scored an “A” CinemaScore and is likely for $150m total.

  1. Olive’s Hallowed Eve - $50,276,215 (-36.3%)/$62,845,269
  2. World of Trouble - $42,879,101/$49,310,966
  3. Green Arrow: The Ninth Circle - $13,730,579 (-50%)/$16,476,695
  4. Learning to Care - $6,434,301 (-17.3%)/$7,721,161
  5. One Million Dollar Jacket - $4,919,896 (-28.5%)/$5,903,875
  6. Floodbath - $3,151,161 (-38.4%)/$3,781,393
  7. Out of Order: Decline of The Arcade - $2,533,875 (-33%)/$3,040,650
  8. Panzer Dragoon - $2,225,802 (-37.2%)/$2,670,962
  9. The War Between Ants - $1,393,167 (-30.5%)/$1,671,800
  10. The Space Between Trees - $543,107 (-25%)/$651,728

October 18th-20th
Olive Once Again Rules The Box Office

To no surprise, Olive won the weekend again as newcomer from Phoenix Fire’s Tale of A Guinea Pig underperformed due to a combo of bad reviews, the Drake Bell scandal and competition from Olive to under a $3.5M opening. With a “C” CinemaScore, expect the Tale to be more of a Myth soon.

  1. Olive’s Hallowed Eve - $32,830,368 (-34.7%)
  2. World of Trouble - $23,712,143 (-44.7%)
  3. Green Arrow: The Ninth Circle - $7,468,435 (-45.6%)
  4. Learning to Care - $3,931,358 (-38.9%)
  5. Tale of a Guinea Pig - $3,429,336
  6. One Million Dollar Jacket - $2,307,431 (-53.1%)
  7. Floodbath - $1,481,046 (-53%)
  8. Out of Order: Decline of The Arcade - $1,337,886 (-47.2%)
  9. Panzer Dragoon - $901,450 (-59.5%)
  10. The War Between Ants - $618,556 (-55.6%)

 

October 25th-27th
Olive and Dirty Hands Duel in Close Pre-Halloween Weekend

Although Olive managed to beat Dirty Hands for the weekend thanks to a strong Saturday and Sunday, Numerator’s crime thriller Dirty Hands out opened on Friday. With a “B+” CinemaScore, a $65m total seems to be in order but with a packed November, Dirty Hands may face stiff competition.

  1. Olive’s Hallowed Eve - $24,622,776 (-25%)
  2. Dirty Hands - $22,415,831
  3. World of Trouble - $12,709,709 (-46.4%)
  4. Green Arrow: The Ninth Circle - $4,108,169 (-45%)
  5. Learning to Care - $2,751,951 (-30%)
  6. Tale of a Guinea Pig - $1,975,298 (-42.4%)
  7. One Million Dollar Jacket - $1,444,520 (-37.4%)
  8. Out of Order: Decline of The Arcade - $868,288 (-35.1%) 
  9. Floodbath - $614,634 (-58.5%)
  10. Panzer Dragoon - $342,551 (-62%)
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November 1st-3rd
Olive Wins the Weekend Again as Three Caballeros Sings a Swan Song

In the calm before the storm known as Airbender, (whose presales by the way are outpacing both this year’s Mass Effect: Revelation and last year’s Green Lantern Corps: Home) Olive manages to win the weekend again with ease. Meanwhile Cannastop’s Productions raunchy animated The Three Caballeros Ride Again is singing a pitiful tune to barely above $2m, far below the even worse tracking mainly due to the confusing nature of the family friendly Disney Ducks characters dealing with far more mature themes and swearing, with some scenes being so explicit, theaters have it limited showing. Audience reviews were also harsh with a “F” CinemaScore. Odds are a total under $5m is possible. Cookie Pictures Animation’s Everything We Miss and Phoenix Fire’s Returning From Hell opened in select limited theaters this weekend, both opening above 425k, with the latter making the top ten.

  1. Olive’s Hallowed Eve - $14,798,288 (-39.9%)
  2. Dirty Hands - $12,729,732 (-44.1%)
  3. World of Trouble - $8,706,151 (-31.5%)
  4. Green Arrow: The Ninth Circle - $2,375,024 (-49.1%)
  5. The Three Caballeros Ride Again - $2,201,604
  6. Learning to Care - $2,003,420 (-27.2%)
  7. Tale of a Guinea Pig - $1,202,218 (-36.1%) 
  8. One Million Dollar Jacket - $938,894 (-35%) 
  9. Out of Order: Decline of The Arcade - $636,455 (-26.7%)
  10. Returning From Hell - $450,553
  11. Everything We Miss - $433,579

November 8th-10th
Airbender Creates A Storm of Records as The Bronx is Thriving

Executives at Blankments Productions are drinking champagne tonight as Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Boy In The Iceberg scores not only the biggest opening of the year but the biggest opening weekend of November, giving the studio a big name franchise. Airbender opened just over $150m thanks to strong reviews, an even stronger fanbase and being the first major film event since the summer and with an “A” CinemaScore, odds are $400m+ is locked. Numerator Productions’ Scorsese drama also wasn’t to shabby as The Bronx is Burning open to $37.5m. Like Avatar, audience love as evidenced by its “A+” CinemaScore and strong reviews helped it succeed. Meanwhile, holdovers held well as Caballeros takes a predictable harsh decline at a 69% fall.

  1. Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Boy In The Iceberg - $151,025,424
  2. The Bronx is Burning - $37,558,620
  3. Olive’s Hallowed Eve - $8,878,973 (-40%) 
  4. Dirty Hands - $7,892,434 (-38%)
  5. World of Trouble - $4,361,782 (-49.9%) 
  6. Everything We Miss - $1,579,323 (+260.1%)
  7. Returning From Hell - $1,102,054 (+144.8%)
  8. Learning to Care - $1,031,761 (-48.5%)
  9. Green Arrow: The Ninth Circle - $764,758 (-67.8%)
  10. The Three Caballeros Ride Again - $682,525 (-69%)


November 15th-17th
Airbender Rises To The Top Again, as The World That We Knew Is Pretty Solid

Airbender wins the weekend again, this time scoring a $76m weekend, dropping just under 50%. If it continues these strong holds, a $500m total may happen. Meanwhile, New Journey’s The World That We Knew opened pretty well to $15m. World had an “A-“ CinemaScore and can finish with a total just above $50m.

  1. Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Boy In The Iceberg - $76,269,354 (-49.5%)
  2. The Bronx is Burning - $24,450,662 (-34.9%)
  3. The World That We Knew - $15,670,009
  4. Dirty Hands - $3,796,291 (-41.9%)
  5. Everything We Miss - $3,250,247 (+105.8%)
  6. Olive’s Hallowed Eve - $3,116,520 (-64.9%) 
  7. World of Trouble - $3,114,312 (-28.6%)
  8. Returning From Hell - $3,024,300 (+174.2%)
  9. Learning to Care - $639,692 (-38%) 
  10. Green Arrow: The Ninth Circle - $198,837  (-74%)

November 22nd-24th
Airbender Flies Over Shadow and Light as Everything Isn’t A Miss

Once again, Airbender wins the weekend. Infinite Studios’ Loving Shadow and Light underperformed slightly to just $11m as Airbender is taking audiences by storm especially the families Shadow 2 relies on, and a sequel perhaps too soon as the original opened only 15 months ago. However, an “A-“ CinemaScore could allow it to gain some momentum but it’s unlikely to replicate Loving A Shadow’s 70m. Everything We Miss opened strong to just above $5.6m as it went wide. Though it scored a “B” CinemaScore, the buzz that it has and sheer intrigue means it’ll have longevity.

  1. Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Boy In The Iceberg - $48,049,693 (-36%)
  2. The Bronx is Burning - $14,817,101 (-39.4%)
  3. Loving Shadow and Light - $11,315,828
  4. The World That We Knew - $7,913,350 (-49.5%)
  5. Everything We Miss - $5,659,321 (+74.1%)
  6. Returning From Hell - $4,666,495 (+54.3%)
  7. Dirty Hands - $2,475,162  (-34.8%)
  8. World of Trouble - $2,007,731 (-35.5%)
  9. Olive’s Hallowed Eve - $847,693 (-72.8%)
  10. Learning to Care - $276,987 (-56.7%) 

November 27th-December 1st
Castaways Barely Breezes By Airbender as The Turkey Cut Is Unwanted Leftovers

Horizon Entertainment’s Castaways while beating Airbender this weekend was the latest casualty, underperforming expectations as it opened to $38m for the weekend and $56m for the five day weekend. Castaways scored a “B+” CinemaScore but has enough space to get past $100m, but $150m may be difficult and may need some help overseas. Meanwhile Phoenix Fire’s The Turkey Squad: The Fred Durst Cut also is unwanted by audiences with a “D-“ CinemaScore and a $480k three day and a $720k five day.

  1. Castaways - $38,993,725/$56,702,024
  2. Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Boy In The Iceberg - $37,046,313 (-22.9%)/$52,923,304 
  3. The Bronx is Burning - $12,416,731 (-16.2%)/$17,937,688 
  4. Loving Shadow and Light - $10,184,245 (-10%)/$15,276,368
  5. Everything We Miss - $9,122,825 (+61.2%)/$13,045,640
  6. The World That We Knew - $6,425,644 (-18.8%)/$9,188,671
  7. Returning From Hell - $5,226,474 (+12%)/$7,317,064
  8. Dirty Hands - $1,980,130 (-20%)/$2,831,586
  9. World of Trouble - $1,213,274 (-39.6%)/$1.698,584 
  10. The Turkey Squad: The Fred Durst Cut - $480,511/$720,766
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Estimated totals as of December 5th:

 

Learning to Care - ~$65m

Panzer Dragoon - ~$135m

Floodbath - ~$75m

Million Dollar Jacket - ~$65m

Green Arrow - ~$155m

Olive - ~$275m

World of Trouble - $130m+

Dirty Hands - $67m+

Abadah - $400m+

Bronx - $120m+

World That We Knew - $40m+

Everything We Miss - $30m+

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December 6th-8th:
Castaways and Christmas Shopping Clean House Post-Thanksgiving Weekend

As holdovers take nasty falls this week, as per usual, Castaways was able to retain its top spot, falling just below 59%. Meanwhile New Journey’s Christmas Shopping opened to theaters, was able to bring home $14.3m and just barely overtake Airbender for the second spot on the top ten this weekend. Shopping also got an “A” CinemaScore, so as long as it weathers this few weeks, it’ll be a pretty nice stocking stuffer for New Journey executives. Star-studded “As Fast As I Can” underperformed though, opening to $11.6m and gained a “C” CinemaScore. Returning From Hell also opened wide to a strong near $6.9m, and was awarded a “B” CinemaScore.

  1. Castaways - $16,412,402 (-58.6%)
  2. Christmas Shopping - $14,321,185
  3. Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Boy in The Iceberg - $14,077,549 (-62%)
  4. As Fast As I Can - $11,664,723
  5. Returning From Hell - $6,899,670 (+32%)
  6. The Bronx is Burning - $6,555,451 (-47.1%)
  7. Everything We Miss - $5,856,854 (-35.8%)
  8. Loving Shadow and Light - $4,908,806 (-51.8%)
  9. The World That We Knew - $3,232,099 (-49.7%)
  10. Dirty Hands - $1,035,639 (-47.7%)


December 13th-15th
Christmas Shopping Dominates This December Weekend as Dreams Become a Nightmare

Christmas Shopping was able to pull ahead over Castaways and score top spot this weekend. However, Dreams was more of an afterthought this weekend as it vastly underperformed initial tracking of $20m+, opening to under $10m. With a “B” CinemaScore, Dreams must hope for strong Christmas legs if it wants to save some face.

  1. Christmas Shopping - $10,268,290 (-28.3%)
  2. Castaways - $9,782,902 (-39.1%)
  3. Dreams - $9,355,314
  4. Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Boy in The Iceberg - $8,714,304 (-38.1%)
  5. As Fast As I Can - $5,505,513 (-52.8%)
  6. Returning From Hell - $4,753,873 (-31.1%)
  7. Everything We Miss - $4,685,483 (-29%)
  8. The Bronx is Burning - $4,236,651 (-35.5%) 
  9. Loving Shadow and Light - $2,749,023 (-44.1%)
  10. The World That We Knew - $1,997,437 (-38.2%)

 

December 20th-22nd
Squirrel Girl Settles For Peanuts

Unfortunately, Endless Animation’s The Un-Title-Able Squirrel Girl Sequel wasn’t the mega-hits Y6’s Gateways or Y7’s Should You Imagine? as it underperformed tracking of $70m-$90m, to just barely over $60m. Audiences were pretty well fed this quarter with a plethora of family films, be it the mighty Airbender or the unexpected increase of Olive, not having the same longevity Can You Imagine had and on top of that reviews skewed more than Should You Imagine did, as did CinemaScore as it was awarded a “B+”. However, Squirrel Girl should be able to make $200m when all is said and done but it’s not the smash the studio hoped for.

  1. The Un-Title-Able Squirrel Girl Sequel - $61,807,124
  2. Christmas Shopping - $7,732,922 (-24.7%)
  3. Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Boy in The Iceberg - $5,812,261 (-33.3%)
  4. Castaways - $5,067,543 (-48.2%)
  5. Dreams - $4,462,485 (-52.3%)
  6. Returning From Hell - $2,909,370 (-38.8%)
  7. Everything We Miss - $2,848,774 (-39.2%)
  8. As Fast As I Can - $2,571,075 (-53.3%)
  9. The Bronx is Burning - $2,338,631 (-44.7%)
  10. Loving Shadow and Light - $2,044,297 (-25.5%)

December 25th-29th
Sins of The Fathers Is The Christmas Victor

After last few weekends’ underperformances, Sins was able to overperform with over $50m for the weekend and $80m for the five day weekend. Sins also scored an “A-“ CinemaScore and is looking at a total well above $200m. New Journey’s Wii Fit also did moderately well, earning a “B-“ CinemaScore and $5.5m for the weekend and $8.7m for the five day.

  1. Sins of The Fathers - $51,423,147/$81,718,088
  2. The Un-Title-Able Squirrel Girl Sequel - $30,903,562 (-50%)/$52,475,055
  3. Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Boy In The Iceberg - $8,607,959 (+48.1%)
  4. Christmas Shopping - $6,958,820 (-10%)/$11,829,994
  5. Castaways - $5,827,674 (+15%)/$9,907,047
  6. Wii Fit - $5,578,715/$8,701,853
  7. Dreams - $5,578,106 (+25%)/$9,482,780
  8. Everything We Miss - $3,726,196 (+30.8%)/$6,334,533
  9. Returning From Hell - $3,177,033 (+9.2%)/$5,400,954
  10. The Bronx is Burning - $2,780,633 (+18.9%)/$4,730,166
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