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Weekday Numbers (9/7-9) | Shang-Chi 6.62M Tuesday

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4 minutes ago, Krissykins said:

Universal didn’t release A Quiet Place 2. 

Yeah, didn't double check the distributor there for AQP II.  Have to bring it up with VA not me as to why he had it as an example.  Still works for Candyman, though.

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2 minutes ago, Porthos said:

 

Universal?  Wants to establish Peacock (Premium), presumably.

 

Creators?  Well in the case of Halloween Kills, I don't like to speculate, but getting all da money upfront is always an incentive.  And if it keeps them in Universal's good graces when it comes to Halloween's End?  Well, there's a calculation to be made here as well.

 

Yeah clearly its to push Peacock for more subs. Its just that horror and its sequels are performing well and it seems the wrong genre to target for subs as it cannibalizes box office to much. The Boss Baby I can understand but not this 1.

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← Previous Chart Chart Index  
    Movie Distr Gross %YD %LW Thr Per
Thr
Total
Gross
D
1 (1) Shang-Chi and the Legend … Walt Disney $4,614,556 -30%   4,300 $1,073 $105,906,440 6
2 (2) Candyman Universal $700,730 -16% -52% 3,569 $196 $42,552,465 13
3 (3) Free Guy 20th Century… $494,722 -22% -51% 3,885 $127 $95,543,984 27
4 (4) PAW Patrol: The Movie Paramount Pi… $224,994 -27% -57% 3,004 $75 $32,201,577 20
5 (5) Jungle Cruise Walt Disney $195,203 -24% -48% 3,075 $63 $107,247,278 41
6 (6) Don’t Breathe 2 Sony Pictures $173,174 -14% -40% 2,176 $80 $28,928,084 27
- (-) Respect United Artists $126,338 -14% -43% 2,107 $60 $22,563,306 27
- (-) The Night House Searchlight … $53,169 -16% -63% 1,020 $52 $6,512,428 20
- (-) The Protégé Lionsgate $52,356 -16% -67% 1,451 $36 $7,131,160 20
- (-) Black Widow Walt Disney $40,718 -10% -43% 750 $54 $182,776,568 62
- (-) Old Universal $31,155 -13% -54% 742 $42 $47,458,665 48
- (-) Flag Day United Artists $13,061 -25% +199% 196 $67 $326,580 20
- (-) Stillwater Focus Features $12,125 +2% -53% 488 $25 $14,353,110 41
- (-) A Rescue of Little Eggs Lionsgate $9,022 -43% -54% 302 $30 $768,057 13
- (-) F9: The Fast Saga Universal $5,335 -14% -54% 387 $14 $172,887,160 76
- (-) Together Bleecker Street $4,924 -10% -57% 244 $20 $205,003 13
- (-) The Boss Baby: Family Bus… Universal $4,610 -19% -72% 445 $10 $57,028,765 69
- (-) The Forever Purge Universal $1,165 +30% -48% 234 $5 $44,464,030 69
- (-) Cruella Walt Disney $817 +2% -67% 55 $15 $86,084,131 104
- (-) Tango Shalom Vision Films $556 -31%   4 $139 $26,713 6
                     
    20   $6,758,730      
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For fun, I am just comparing Shang Chi’s run to the other two biggest September releases (It 1 and 2).

 

Obviously it way behind the 1st It but performing pretty closely to It 2. Actually just grossed 100k more today than It 2 did in Sep 2019 with no pandemic and other circumstances.

 

I am not sure Shang Chi Will increase 220% like It 2 did on its 2nd Friday though lol. Maybe it will, fingers crossed. WOM seems fairly strong.

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4 minutes ago, exomassey said:

For fun, I am just comparing Shang Chi’s run to the other two biggest September releases (It 1 and 2).

 

Obviously it way behind the 1st It but performing pretty closely to It 2. Actually just grossed 100k more today than It 2 did in Sep 2019 with no pandemic and other circumstances.

 

I am not sure Shang Chi Will increase 220% like It 2 did on its 2nd Friday though lol. Maybe it will, fingers crossed. WOM seems fairly strong.

It 2 second Friday was Friday 13th...

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4.3M (-7%)

 

9.5M (+120%)

14.3M (+50%)

9M (-37%)

32.8M Weekend, 56% drop

 

Sounds about right. A better Friday increase could get this into a low-50s drop, but it's probably not dropping sub-50%.

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27 minutes ago, WrathOfHan said:

4.3M (-7%)

 

9.5M (+120%)

14.3M (+50%)

9M (-37%)

32.8M Weekend, 56% drop

 

Sounds about right. A better Friday increase could get this into a low-50s drop, but it's probably not dropping sub-50%.

Hmm not great but I suppose in these times it’s pretty decent.

 

Might even go lower or we might be surprised. Let’s see, could be a big weekend for the Eternals release strategy.

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35 minutes ago, exomassey said:

I was hoping weekdays would be a little stronger going into the weekend. It’s not doing gangbusters  overseas either.

 

Without China, is 400m still possible?

Probably, some of it will just depend on overseas holds. 

As for the weekdays, I am going to assume that you are still somewhat new to tracking box office. The weekdays (Tuesday and Wednesday) have been fantastic, particularly when considering the effect of Covid on the box. Keep hoping for better numbers :) its good to be positive 

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6 hours ago, charlie Jatinder said:

400 is lock. 425-450 depending on if DOM end 240 or 260 & if the late additions like Indonesia, Malaysia can add like $10-15M.

 

 

As Indonesia opens I will of course track Shang-Chi. It's due soon. Not next week but soon.

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8 hours ago, charlie Jatinder said:

400 is lock. 425-450 depending on if DOM end 240 or 260 & if the late additions like Indonesia, Malaysia can add like $10-15M.

 

What about Chinaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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