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45 minutes ago, Krissykins said:

Why would it ever do 3.44x its 5 day Thanksgiving total? 

Knives Out's 5-day Thanksgiving multiplier is 3.99x, so it's not without precedent in recent years.  It's not the most likely outcome for House of Gucci but maybe the legs will be good.

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16 hours ago, Grebacio said:

Right now, it's 1.9M ahead of GB 2016 pace and that one ended with 128M, so 125M is almost locked.

It is hard to retain this surplus over 2016 since 2016 GB was a summer release with much stronger weekdays. But if this repeat similar late legs like Venom 2 or NTTD, and hold enough screens over Christmas and NY, then it stand strong against 2016.

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7 hours ago, babz06 said:

Well knives out did around 4x it’s 5 day total. I don’t think Gucci is going to get anywhere near that but it’s possible if it has good WOM.

 

7 hours ago, BoxOfficeFangrl said:

Knives Out's 5-day Thanksgiving multiplier is 3.99x, so it's not without precedent in recent years.  It's not the most likely outcome for House of Gucci but maybe the legs will be good.


Oh I forgot about Knives Out. I think that was a bit of an exception compared to other Thanksgiving openers though. 

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On 11/24/2021 at 5:28 PM, Barnack said:

Not sure of the implication, look in the olds days red box most rented movies ranking:

2013:

1. Identity Thief

2. The Heat

3. World War Z

4. Flight

5. Olympus Has Fallen

6. Django Unchained

7. Grown Ups 2

8. White House Down

9. Here Comes the Boom

10. Now You See Me

 

2014:

1. "Captain Phillips"
2. "The Wolf of Wall Street"
3. "22 Jump Street"
4. "The Equalizer"
5. "Divergent"
6. "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire"
7. "Ride Along"
8. "Neighbors"
9. "Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa"
10. "Tammy"

 

The most from 2002 to 2012:

10. 'Rango'
9. 'The Proposal'
8. 'Zookeeper'
7. 'Bridesmaids'
6. 'Salt'
5. 'Jack and Jill'
4. '21 Jump Street'
3. 'Grown Ups'
2. 'Bad Teacher'
1. 'Just Go With It'

 

I.E.  no Spider-Man, Nemo, Shrek, Stars Wars, Batman, Avengers, etc... in there. Has you see it is a complete domination of Adam Sandler & Melissa McCarthy ( not too dissimilar to what play really big on Netflix and what Netflix tend to do the most now)

 

What people are ready to spend $1-2 to watch versus a night in theater is significantly different and ott SVOD is an extreme version of that, some long form content on youtube that make 10 millions views would not sell more than 10 ticket in theater. And by the same token movie with a worth it the price tag are seen before reaching red box by people interested by them. Translating views into some near direct BO equivalent would be total bs and the equivalent of saying that a (not has worst but....) compilation of the most popular video clips would have made 100 billions in theater , but that not what Neflix numbers are saying or anything they imply by them.

 

Has for Netflix ruining the cinematic experience and the prestige of the Oscars, it is pretty much already all done by now and maybe transferred a bit into Netflix need to save us from the franchise deluge of the rest of the Studios that installed itself

 

 

My point is one wonders how their original films garner so many viewers and yet nobody talks about them. There's a strange dissonance there, but perhaps it's simply due to the lack of effort it takes to hit Play. If the experience is less memorable, perhaps folks just aren't inclined to talk about it like they would watching Shang Chi in a theater. That's what I'm talking about. Where's the WOM if tens of millions are watching these movies? 

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Encanto demo from the weekend finally posted by Deadline - most amazing skew since what, Black Panther, for a blockbuster?

 

"Of those who showed up for Encanto, they love it, which will help its buzz, with the pic’s PostTrak scores being 88% positive, 4 1/2 stars, and a 70% recommend for the general crowd with kids under 12 giving it 93% positive, and also 70% recommend. Encanto played best in the West and Southwest and saw a huge Latino and Hispanic turnout of 59%, with 19% Caucasian, 10% Black, 8% Asian, and 5% other. Suburban markets also posted good sales as is typical for a Disney release. Of those showing up 33% were women over 25 (who gave Encanto its best grade at 96%), 29% women under 25, 22% men over 25 and 15% men under 25. Forty percent of the audience came because it was a Disney animated title."

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15 minutes ago, TwoMisfits said:

Encanto demo from the weekend finally posted by Deadline - most amazing skew since what, Black Panther, for a blockbuster?

 

"Of those who showed up for Encanto, they love it, which will help its buzz, with the pic’s PostTrak scores being 88% positive, 4 1/2 stars, and a 70% recommend for the general crowd with kids under 12 giving it 93% positive, and also 70% recommend. Encanto played best in the West and Southwest and saw a huge Latino and Hispanic turnout of 59%, with 19% Caucasian, 10% Black, 8% Asian, and 5% other. Suburban markets also posted good sales as is typical for a Disney release. Of those showing up 33% were women over 25 (who gave Encanto its best grade at 96%), 29% women under 25, 22% men over 25 and 15% men under 25. Forty percent of the audience came because it was a Disney animated title."

Holy smokes, the non Hispanic gross was like 16M

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