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4 hours ago, efialtes76 said:

 

Aquaman-240 mln RUB

 

That's more than double Wonder Woman's second weekend. I'm guessing the movie has good WOM in Russia.

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On 12/14/2018 at 12:52 AM, 3jp said:

Thursday early estimates:

Aquaman 87-89 mln RUB (JL OD was 78 mln RUB)

Bumblebee 25-26 mln RUB (Last Khight OD was 140 mln RUB)

Into the Spider-Verse 16-16,5 mln RUB

The Grinch 8 mln RUB

Thursday estimates(December 20th)

1.Russian movie-54 mln RUB

2.Aquaman-27 mln RUB

3.Grinch-11.7 mln RUB

4.Bumblebee-10.3 mln RUB

5.Spider-Man-6.7 mln RUB

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Friday estimates:

 

Aquaman - 40,7 mln RUB (+19% from Thursday)

The Grinch - 17,1 mln RUB (+46%)

Bumblebee - 13,4 mln RUB (+30%)

Into the Spider-Verse - 9 mln RUB (+34%)

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19 hours ago, efialtes76 said:

Thursday estimates(December 20th)

1.Russian movie-54 mln RUB

2.Aquaman-27 mln RUB

3.Grinch-11.7 mln RUB

4.Bumblebee-10.3 mln RUB

5.Spider-Man-6.7 mln RUB

 

1 hour ago, 3jp said:

Friday estimates:

 

Aquaman - 40,7 mln RUB (+19% from Thursday)

The Grinch - 17,1 mln RUB (+46%)

Bumblebee - 13,4 mln RUB (+30%)

Into the Spider-Verse - 9 mln RUB (+34%)

27 to 40,7 isn't  +19% right.....

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15 minutes ago, boyamama said:

 

27 to 40,7 isn't  +19% right.....

Thursday was 34.2m

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22 hours ago, pepsa said:

Thursday was 34.2m

All official numbers for Warner Bros, movies in CIS include only Russia and Belorussia.  So Aquaman grossed around 27.2 mln RUB on Thursday in Russia and Belorussia (official numbers) and 34,2 mln including other CIS countries (unofficial). 

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Saturday estimates:

 

Aquaman - 71 mln RUB (official) / 83 mln RUB (unofficial)

The Grinch - 63 mln RUB (+268% from Friday)

Bumblebee - 33,2 mln RUB (+148%)

Into the Spider-Verse - 26 mln RUB (+190%)

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Can anyone tell me Russia collections of an Indian movie called Thugs Of Hindostan starring Aamir Khan, released on 8st November, 18? 

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On 12/25/2018 at 8:48 PM, GoodOrBad said:

Can anyone tell me Russia collections of an Indian movie called Thugs Of Hindostan starring Aamir Khan, released on 8st November, 18? 

Had only some special screenings with no boxoffice reported.

 

Thursday numbers. Aquaman will pass billion RUB soon.  $14.2 mln total so far. Grinch after a weak start has good legs. 

https://kinobusiness.com/news/kassa-chetverga-27-12-2018-onlayn/

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Local movies dominate on New Year day with 75% market share. The best among foreign are Grinch with 46.5 mln RUB or $665k and Aquaman with 31.5 mln RUB or $453k. Aquaman offici;ally passed billion RUB with 1028 mln RUB or $15.5 mln (Russia and Belarus only). Grinch is up to 538.5 mln RUB or $8.1 mln

 

The number one movie was a russian war drama T-34 with 118 mln RUB or $1.7 mln

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Thursday estimates. Glass grossed 62.5 mln RUB or $936k. 49% better than Split. Around $5 mln for the weekend. Mary Queen of Scots and Asterix did ok. 

Among holdovers Russian war drama T-34 will pas 2 billion RUB tomorrow. More than $30 mln even with pretty bad exchange rates. 

Last Saturday Grinch passed billion RUB. Pretty good legs after mediocre start. 

https://kinobusiness.com/news/kassa-chetverga-17-01-2019-onlayn/

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https://kinobusiness.com/news/kassa-uik-enda-24-27-yanvarya-2019-onlayn/

Weekend estimates, Glass already passed Split total. $8.7 mln in 11 days,

Local comedy easily won, war drama T-34 is now №5 all-time.

Excellent start for Green book, not bad for Serenity and Astral. Also terrific Saturday gross for BTS: Love Yourself Tour in Seoul. Almost 800k with 120 people per show. 

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With 106,3 mln UAH or $3.81 mln Aquaman is the biggest movie ever in Ukraine. The only two other movies with 100 mln+ gross  are Avengers: Infinity War (103.1 mln UAH) and Venom (100.52 mln UAH).  1 064 280 admissions.

 

Weekend 24-27 January top 5

1. Glass $264k (-60%) $1.118 mln total

2. Instant Family $254k on 247 screens

3. Creed 2 $168k on 214 screens

4. Second Act $157k on 221 screens

5. Green Book $85k on 69 screens

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On 4/9/2012 at 2:22 AM, Fullbuster said:

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I don't see a thread about Russia, so I create it :) It's the fifth market for movies behind USA,China,France and Japan, and it will surpass France/Japan pretty quickly (2015/2016).

Some news :

http://www.screendai...5036331.article

In 2011 Russia bested Germany and UK, not bad huh?


TOP ALL-TIME

1-Avatar : $117m
2-Pirates of the Caribbean On Stranger Tides : $64m

3-Stalingrad (RUS) : $52m
4-Shrek 4 : $51.3m
5-Puss in Boots : $50.6m

6-Ice Age 4 : $50.1m
7-Irony of Fate 2 (RUS) : $50m
8-Madagascar 3 : $49.4m
9-Transformers 3 : $45m
10-Iron Man 3 : $44.2m
11-Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs : $44m

12-The Hobbit : $43.8m
13-The Avengers : $43.7m


SCREENS AND THEATERS IN RUSSIA

---->By 31.12.2011 2726 modern screens in 928 theaters. 1472 digital and 1434 3D. 19 IMAX.

Average ticket price in Russia

2004 90 RUB = 3.25 USD
2005 105 RUB = 3.8 USD
2006 120 RUB = 4.6 USD
2007 135.4 RUB = 5.3 USD
2008 166.6 RUB = 6.7 USD
2009 169 RUB = 5.31 USD
2010 194 RUB = 6.3 USD
2011 220 RUB = 7.09 USD

ADMISSIONS

2008 135.421 mln
2009 142.514 mln (+5%)
2010 164.786 mln (+15%)
2011 172.156 mln (+4.5%)

2013 187.300

2014 190.200 (+1.55%)

TOP ADMISSIONS

1. Avatar 14,108,000
2. Ice Age 3 8,460,000
3. Irony of Fate 2 8,451,000
4. Shrek Forever After 7,829,000
5. Madagascar 2 7,737,000
6. Pirates of The Caribbean 4 7,428,000
7. Day Watch 7,409,000
8. Puss in Boots 6,824,000
9. 2012 6,128,000
10. 9th Company 6,109,000
11. Pirates of The Caribbean 2 5,731,000
12. Pirates of The Caribbean 5,600,000
13. Admiral 5,390,000
14. Alice in Wonderland 5,241,000
15. Transformers 3 5,131,000
16. Eclipse 5,049,000
17. Breaking Dawn. Part 1 5,025,000

Top opening weekends in RUB (29.5 RUB = 1 USD)

1. Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides 749.1 mln 4 day - 879.6 mln 5day
2. Shrek Forever After 604.4 mln
3. Avatar 601.9 mln
4. Ice Age 3 512.5 mln - 652.7 mln 5 1/2 day
5. John Carter 492.3 mln
6. The Twilight Saga - Breaking Dawn - Part 1 487.3 mln
7. Tranformers 3 474.5 mln 4 day - 615 mln 5 day
8. 2012 469.1 mln
9. Puss in Boots 450.1 mln
10. Madagascar 2 441.7 mln
11. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Part 2 433 mln 4 day - 551.1 mln 5 day
12. Alice in Wonderland 411.2 mln
13. The Very Best Film 403.7 mln
14. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 394.2 mln 3 day opening
15. Kung Fu Panda 2 385 mln 4 day - 425 mln 5 day
16. Wrath of The Titans 370.2 m
17. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 370.1 mln (definitely with previews but no full data available)
18. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End 359.4 mln
19. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse 350.8 mln - 473.6 mln 5 day
20. Vysotskiy 345.9 mln
21. Clash of the Titans 345.6 mln
22. Fast Five 326.6 mln
23. The Inhabited Island: Part I 317.8 mln
24. Shrek the Third 312.1 mln
25. Mummy 3 310.6 mlnaro

 

TOP ALL-TIME IN LOCAL CURRENCY (RUBLE)

 

1. Avatar - 3.6 billion

2. Pirates 4 - 1.78 billion

3. The Hobbit 3 - 1.68 billion

4. Stalingrad - 1.67 billion

5. Ice Age 4 - 1.64 billion

6. Madagascar 3 - 1.60 billion

7. Shrek Forever After - 1.58 billion

8. Transformers 4 - 1.54 billion

9. Puss in Boots - 1.53 billion

10. The Hobbit 2 - 1.48 billion

11. Ice Age 3 - 1.39 billion

12. Iron Man 3 - 1.38 billion

13. The Hobbit - 1.36 billion

14. Breaking Dawn 2 - 1.36 billion

15. Guardians of the Galaxy - 1.355 billion

 

TOP ALL-TIME IN ADMISSIONS

 

1. Avatar - 14 million

2. The Irony of Fate 2 - 8.8 million

3. Ice Age 3 - 8.5 million

4. Shrek Forever After - 7.8 million

5. Madagascar 2 - 7.7 million

6. Ice Age 4 - 7.7 million

7. Madagascar 3 - 7.4 million

8. Pirates 4 - 7.4 million

9. Day Watch - 7.4 million

10. Puss in Boots - 6.8 million

11. 9th Company - 6.7 million

12. Stalingrad - 6.2 million

13. Breaking Dawn 2 - 6.2 million

14. 2012 - 6.1 million

15. Pirates 2 - 5.7 million

I don't whether what I am going to say is true or not, but India films pre 1990s have supposedly sold huge number tickets in USSR. One such, Awara (1951) is said to had around 100 million admissions. Can anyone verify this? Sounds ridiculous to me.

https://kinanet.livejournal.com/1469857.html

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5 hours ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

I don't whether what I am going to say is true or not, but India films pre 1990s have supposedly sold huge number tickets in USSR. One such, Awara (1951) is said to had around 100 million admissions. Can anyone verify this? Sounds ridiculous to me.

https://kinanet.livejournal.com/1469857.html

We know Raj Kapoor was huge in Russia, so it's semi plausible. According to BOI, it was 63 million admissions first run and 100M over time. India and the USSR were very close as well till liberalization happened. I remember reading Misha every month. I had a subscription and was sad when the magazine stopped being published because of the USSR dissolution (I was only 4, so the magazine stopping was a bigger deal to me :P )

 

https://www.boxofficeindia.com/report-details.php?articleid=3743

 

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There are a few films released in Russia that are bigger than Dangal in China. The Russian business was counted in admits in the days Hindi films released there. Awara is the biggest film there which got 6.5 crore admissions and that was just the first run and it remained in exhibition for 10-12 years with near 10 crore admissions. This is 10 crore footfalls which came due to crazy repeat viewings due to the Main Awara Hoon song. Disco Dancer was not as big as Awara but again got huge admissions due to repeat viewings for the songs. Its difficult to say why but the figures in Russia were huge for films of Raj Kapoor, Pramod Chakravorty and B. Subhash. These three makers have all the top Hindi films in Russia for some reason big.

 

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8 hours ago, grim22 said:

We know Raj Kapoor was huge in Russia, so it's semi plausible. According to BOI, it was 63 million admissions first run and 100M over time. India and the USSR were very close as well till liberalization happened. I remember reading Misha every month. I had a subscription and was sad when the magazine stopped being published because of the USSR dissolution (I was only 4, so the magazine stopping was a bigger deal to me :P )

 

https://www.boxofficeindia.com/report-details.php?articleid=3743

 

 

I know but are they possible? I mean Avatar ffs had just 14mn admissions in Russia, say USSR would be 28mn. That's still not close to what that film did in 1951 or other Indian films. Quite possibly, Sholay was world's biggest film in 1975 then, as it had around 150-180mn admissions in India and around 50mn admissions in USSR. 

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21 hours ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

I don't whether what I am going to say is true or not, but India films pre 1990s have supposedly sold huge number tickets in USSR. One such, Awara (1951) is said to had around 100 million admissions. Can anyone verify this? Sounds ridiculous to me.

https://kinanet.livejournal.com/1469857.html

Yes, those are official numbers from our archieves.  In USSR every town had a movie theater or a screen in a youth club. Even many villages had those.  Until recently many towns  with 50 000 - 200 000 population didn't have a modern movie theater.

The most successful film had more than 90 million admissions.  You can find Top1000 list on Russian movie site Kinopoisk.  https://www.kinopoisk.ru/top/lists/184/filtr/all/sort/order/perpage/200/

Many western were also very succesful.  Especially The Magnificent Seven (67 mln admissions) and Mackenna's Gold (63 mln admissions). Even Italian spagetti westerns and german westerns were huge hits. 

I was born in 1978 and i have seen some very popular foreign movies in late 80-s. For example King Kong Lives sold only 1.23 mln tickets in USA and 53.6 mln tickets in USSR.  Remember seeing two  'Crocodile' Dundee movies, Short Circuit, Enemy Mine and many others. 

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19 minutes ago, juni78ukr said:

Yes, those are official numbers from our archieves.  In USSR every town had a movie theater or a screen in a youth club. Even many villages had those.  Until recently many towns  with 50 000 - 200 000 population didn't have a modern movie theater.

The most successful film had more than 90 million admissions.  You can find Top1000 list on Russian movie site Kinopoisk.  https://www.kinopoisk.ru/top/lists/184/filtr/all/sort/order/perpage/200/

Many western were also very succesful.  Especially The Magnificent Seven (67 mln admissions) and Mackenna's Gold (63 mln admissions). Even Italian spagetti westerns and german westerns were huge hits. 

I was born in 1978 and i have seen some very popular foreign movies in late 80-s. For example King Kong Lives sold only 1.23 mln tickets in USA and 53.6 mln tickets in USSR.  Remember seeing two  'Crocodile' Dundee movies, Short Circuit, Enemy Mine and many others. 

So why does Indian films lose their position in Russia after USSR broke.

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27 minutes ago, Charlie Jatinder said:

So why does Indian films lose their position in Russia after USSR broke.

It's a bit complicated i suppose. They lost some appeal already in middle and late 80-s. More foreign movies from USA and Western Europe were released and took their place, Indian films were more like cultural exchange, those were more like first commercial releases. Between 1990 and 1997-1998 film distribution almost completely disappeared, 98-99% of movie theaters were closed.  Everything started from scratch with different market, different tastes and different society. 

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