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24 minutes ago, miketheavenger said:

2nd trend:

 

#1: Der Junge...: 325k (-28%)

#2: Aquaman: 150k (-50%)

#3: Robin Hood: 130k

#4: BR: 100k (-4%)

BR could crawl pass 3m if that holds were true and oscar nomination came true.

 

I assume Oscar buzz did help in german cinema?

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1 hour ago, titanic2187 said:

BR could crawl pass 3m if that holds were true and oscar nomination came true.

 

I assume Oscar buzz did help in german cinema?

 

Dont think so. The Oscars arent really relevant here. BR is probably just enjoying really good WOM.

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Sad WE again... The FB2 drop isn't great, 50k (-57%). Will probably cross 3,8M this WE but I don't know if it still can reach 4M...

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3rd Trend is up a bit for AQM (160k) and BR (102,5k) - down a bit for most others. Hopefully some changes up tomorow...

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Monday numbers are up again:

 

Junge 340k (-24%) 1,82M

AQM 167,5k (-43%) 1,62M

BR 112,5k (+7%) 2,7M

RH 110k / 140k

Kalte Füße 87,5k / 90k

100 Dinge 85k (-45%) 1,29M

MPR 82,5 (-57%) 990k

Sam 82,5k (-7%/-29%) 235k
Polaroid 50k / 55k
Grinch 50k (-66%) 2,235M
FB2 47,5k (-59%) 3,795M

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BR going for 4M?? 

Only needs 6 more weeks of increases. 

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So with this WE,

Junge is going for 3,5M to become the fifth 3M+ movie of 2018 (3 of which opened in November or December).

AQM will try to reach 2M (not easy to be reached) but it already passed SuicideSquad (1,61M) to become the biggest movie of the DCEU which is a great achievment!

BR should now be safe to reach 3M and, with the it's doing, who knows where exactly it's heading for. However, seeing how it's breaking records everywhere in Europe that's still rather low compared... Still, who wanna complain about a 3M+ movie in Germany?

Kalte Füße increased with the estimates so maybe it'll be a success on a low level.

FB2 will probably not reach 4M and get closer to 3,9M - so maybe with the next parts of the series. However, even if it's not reaching that mark Germany might be one of the highlights alongside Japan and France.

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2 hours ago, pepsa said:

BR going for 4M?? 

Only needs 6 more weeks of increases. 

I wouldn't go that high, but

If BR sing along version managed to come to germany on the oscar nomination (presumably BR get in) weekend, 3.25m is a safer bet 

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36 minutes ago, titanic2187 said:

I wouldn't go that high, but

If BR sing along version managed to come to germany on the oscar nomination (presumably BR get in) weekend, 3.25m is a safer bet 

I woudn't go as high either, I also don't think it will increase 6 WE in a row ;) 

But yeah 3.25m seems reasonable, I agree with you. 550k admission, what is that in dollar? $6.5m - $7m?

Checked it myself the av ticket price is $10.5 so about $6m for 550k admission.

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Only to add to thoughts about missed / reached goals or so:

Friday in some counties the schools were out for snow reasons, after last Thursday was a day the schools should have been closed in some regions at least, but were not.

In some of these counties the snow didn't come, so some pupils / parents might have taken advantage and went to the cinemas, in others there was no chance for it.

Today again school is out in some counties where the snow didnt come down yet, in others are really bad conditions. Snow seems to arrive in the afternoon latest.

Tomorrow and the day after tomorrow already some counties gave yesterday ~ 'school is out orders'.

 

For next weekend heavy snow got announced

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35 minutes ago, Wotad said:

FB2 did so well in germany its quite shocking. 

 

Not really. We tend to embrace the big (Non-Superhero) fantasy franchises, regardless of quality most of the time.

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Germany's Top20 last weekend:

 

title

admissions

th.

PTA

total adm.

total €

drop

week

1

Der Junge muss an die frische Luft

341.945

823

415

1.822.062

15.630.918

-23

3

2

Aquaman

168.740

512

330

1.616.510

18.005.641

-42

4

3

Bohemian Rhapsody

114.095

532

214

2.700.524

24.994.664

+9

11

4

Robin Hood

110.331

433

255

138.522

1.128.925

-

1

5

Kalte Füße

87.203

374

233

89.271

749.451

-

1

6

100 Dinge

85.393

530

161

1.283.216

10.921.064

-45

6

7

Mary Poppins Returns

83.675

599

140

990.292

8.208.028

-56

4

8

Feuerwehrmann Sam - Plötzlich Filmheld!

82.054

572

143

198.834

1.259.470

-8

2

9

Polaroid

50.837

210

242

53.590

473.033

-

1

10

The Grinch

50.531

583

87

2.233.614

17.442.242

-65

7

11

Fantastic Beasts 2

48.367

392

123

3.794.077

38.184.204

-59

9

12

Der kleine Drache Kokosnuss

46.543

558

83

282.697

1.882.681

-44

3

13

Bumblebee

45.002

476

95

643.267

6.364.017

-64

4

14

The Wife

36.262

130

279

81.400

667.538

+26

2

15

Spider-Man – Spider-Verse

26.205

366

72

339.058

2.803.169

-52

5

16

Tabaluga

24.660

541

46

459.423

3.082.535

-53

6

17

Colette

21.860

106

206

65.715

528.350

-21

2

18

Astrid

19.519

249

78

230.610

1.869.778

-24

6

19

Ben Is Back

14.614

75

195

19.106

160.255

-

1

20

Shoplifters

13.544

102

133

76.688

636.262

-35

3

A so-so weekend with some remarkable results – Bohemian Rhapsody is now a lock for >3mil admissions, and Der Junge muss an die frische Luft even has a (very small ) chance at 4mil

Next weekend: Glass has a very good chance at taking the top spot, 300k should be possible. Other interesting releases are domestic horse-girl book adaption Immenhof – should land in the 100k ballpark – romcom Manhattan Queen, and Mary Queen of Scots.With some very leggy releases like this weekend’s top 3, we should see a sizeable overall increase!

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On 1/14/2019 at 5:08 PM, Brainbug said:

 

Not really. We tend to embrace the big (Non-Superhero) fantasy franchises, regardless of quality most of the time.

True like US, Asia embraces Superheros.

 

So, last year will probably become the second year (after 2016) without a 4M admission movie (in 2016 RO missed by about 5k adm.)

This year FB2 will probably miss by 100k.

Don't know about the german film, could get close to 3.9M too, but right now I'd say something more along the lines of 3.5-3.75M.

 

I really hope BR legs will leg it out a lot further.

At least past 3.01M so FS will only be #5 for the year.

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27 minutes ago, Taruseth said:

I really hope BR legs will leg it out a lot further.

At least past 3.01M so FS will only be #5 for the year.

 

now that the sing-a-long version is out, it will JUMP that mark

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4 hours ago, IndustriousAngel said:

now that the sing-a-long version is out, it will JUMP that mark

when will the sing- along version come to germany?

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7 hours ago, titanic2187 said:

when will the sing- along version come to germany?

no idea, the earliest show at my theater is tomorrow (Friday) but that's Austria.

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