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Y8 Actuals: The Space Between Mighty Airbender and Sins of the Un-title-able Sequel with Castaways Flightless Insect Riders in a World of Hallowed Sky for Everything Burning Outrage We Miss

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Estimated totals as of January 2nd:

 

Everything We Miss - $57m+

Returning From Hell - $45m+

World That We Knew - $50m+

Abadah - $455m+

Bronx - $145m+

Castaways - $120m+

Christmas Shopping - $60m+

Dreams - $30m+

Squirrel Girl - $150m+

Sins - $110m+

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All Y8 OW PTA's ranked from highest to lowest:

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  1. Everything We Miss (limited) - $108 395
  2. Returning from Hell (limited) - $90 111
  3. Learning to Care (limited) - $68 923 / $84 753
  4. Sandboy (limited) - $41 802 / $52 253
  5. The Last Airbender: The Boy in the Iceberg - $36 648
  6. Mass Effect: Revelation - $33 830
  7. Pokémon: The Case of the Orange Outrage - $28 783 / $36 544
  8. Static Shock: Frozen Summer - $20 734
  9. Olive's Hallowed Eve - $19 551
  10. Mighty Fall - $18 829
  11. Far Cry - $16 569
  12. Green Arrow: The Ninth Circle - $15 608
  13. The Lost Empire - $15 281 / $17 856
  14. Panzer Dragoon - $14 673
  15. The Un-title-able Squirrel Girl Sequel - $14 307
  16. Animal Crossing - $13 847
  17. Sins of Their Fathers - $13 497 / $21 448
  18. World of Trouble - $12 541 / $14 425
  19. Fable - $12 281
  20. Fullmetal Alchemist: A Tale of Two Brothers - $11 804
  21. Learning to Care (wide) - $11 795
  22. The Bronx is Burning - $10 719
  23. Heartman - $10 814 / $12 917
  24. No Mercy - $10 658
  25. The Wild Thornberrys - $10 606
  26. Romance Road - $10 363
  27. Everything I Never Told You - $9 909
  28. Castaways - $9 453 / $13 746
  29. Christie Monteiro - $8 589
  30. Numbers Theory - $8 515
  31. Rhino Riders 2 - $8 464
  32. Holland Hannah - $8 431
  33. Frankenstein Jr. - $8 399
  34. The Insect God - $8 287
  35. Floodbath - $8 172
  36. The Gnashing - $8 056 / $11 911
  37. New Tricks - $7 707
  38. Flightless Bird: The Downfall of the Boeing 737 MAX - $7 268
  39. Christmas Shopping - $7 055
  40. The Space Between Trees - $6 962
  41. Dirty Hands - $6 855
  42. Strangers in the Town - $6 684
  43. The Million-Dollar Jacket - $6 425
  44. Sandboy (wide) - $6 320
  45. Returning from Hell (wide) - $6 205
  46. Up in the Sky - $6 032
  47. Dealer's Choice - $5 893 / $7 230
  48. Walking with Dinosaurs: The Cinematic Experience - $5 774
  49. The Wave Heist - $5 724
  50. 2 Big Families - $5 657
  51. Everything We Miss (wide) - $5 576
  52. The World That We Knew - $5 469
  53. Citizen Kale: A VeggieTales Movie - $5 338
  54. Wet Willy - $4 799
  55. Recompense - $4 667
  56. The Exchange: European Studies - $4 449
  57. Bailee Buckets: A Hoops Story - $4 279
  58. Gunman Clive - $4 053 / $4 975
  59. A Very Adam & Cindy Valentine - $3 778
  60. As Fast as I Can - $3 763
  61. Slash, Splat, Boom! - $3 669 / $4 668
  62. Loving Shadow and Light - $3 535
  63. Home Invasion: Part III: Hunted - $3 636
  64. The Idiots - $3 434
  65. Eminem-esque - $3 130
  66. Funny Business - $2 996 / $4 013
  67. Soar - $2 899 / $3 857
  68. The Outback - $2 840
  69. Snow Monkeys - $2 729
  70. Dreams - $2 626
  71. Out of Order: The Decline of the Arcade - $2 521
  72. White Wyvern - $2 494
  73. Kings of the 6 - $2 410
  74. MEG - $2 355
  75. The War Between Ants - $2 343
  76. Wii Fit - $2 277 / $3 552
  77. Dave-Day - $2 208
  78. Losers Weepers - $2 112
  79. Monster Bug Wars: The Spider Path - $1 366
  80. The Tale of a Guinea Pig - $1 116
  81. Meme Th(II)eves - $1 103 / $1 981 / $2 238
  82. Doc Dreams - $1 084
  83. Monster Bug Wars: The Scorpion Path - $894
  84. The Three Caballeros Ride Again - $734
  85. The Turkey Squad: The Fred Durst Cut - $241 / $362

 

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4 hours ago, El Squibbonator said:

What does PTA mean?

 

That's Per Theater Average. MC took the opening weekend box office grosses and showed how much was made from each theater. That's an important number since if the numbers it makes at each theaters is high, it's more likely that theaters will want to show it again for many weeks.

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