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49 minutes ago, IndustriousAngel said:

final estimates have Bond at 1,1mil admissions now ... and better yet, Dune at nearly 150k with only a 43% drop, much better than I feared!

1.1m is a bit lower than I expected, I recall Spectre has higher opening and 1.1m was almost the 2nd weekend of Spectre. 

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1 hour ago, titanic2187 said:

1.1m is a bit lower than I expected, I recall Spectre has higher opening and 1.1m was almost the 2nd weekend of Spectre. 

Theaters are still operation under pandemic-rules though. They have only limited capacity available, and, depending on the area, you either have to wear a mask even at your seat, or, at least everytime you are not in your seat. You also need to be vaccinated or have a negative test from that day.

 

Some places also allow to drop all further rules (so no mask, no limited capacity) if you only allow vaccinated people into the theater. But that is only available in some states, and it is entirely optional for the theaters whether they allow only vaccinatied or vaccinated + tested people.

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3 hours ago, George Parr said:

Theaters are still operation under pandemic-rules though. They have only limited capacity available, and, depending on the area, you either have to wear a mask even at your seat, or, at least everytime you are not in your seat. You also need to be vaccinated or have a negative test from that day.

 

Some places also allow to drop all further rules (so no mask, no limited capacity) if you only allow vaccinated people into the theater. But that is only available in some states, and it is entirely optional for the theaters whether they allow only vaccinatied or vaccinated + tested people.

But I thought Sunday is a public holiday in Germany right? Do you all get a replacement holiday on Mon?

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No, we don't have replacement days here. If a holiday falls on a weekend you don't get anything out of it, unless you happen to be one of those who work on the weekend. This year it is particularly pronounced, because basically all holidays linked to a date fall on the weekend. In my state, out of the six holidays that are bound to a date instead of a weekday, five fell on the weekend, only January 1st didn't. That left just the four days that are linked to a weekday instead (Good Friday, Easter Monday, Ascension Day and Pentecost), and they all happen in the first half of the year.

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40 minutes ago, George Parr said:

No, we don't have replacement days here. If a holiday falls on a weekend you don't get anything out of it, unless you happen to be one of those who work on the weekend. This year it is particularly pronounced, because basically all holidays linked to a date fall on the weekend. In my state, out of the six holidays that are bound to a date instead of a weekday, five fell on the weekend, only January 1st didn't. That left just the four days that are linked to a weekday instead (Good Friday, Easter Monday, Ascension Day and Pentecost), and they all happen in the first half of the year.

That is brutal, how is no one complain about this holiday stealing scheme?

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41 minutes ago, titanic2187 said:

That is brutal, how is no one complain about this holiday stealing scheme?

well, Germany (especially Bavaria) and Austria are among the countries with most holidays anyway so it's not that big of a theme, but the theme arises now and then in public discussion (union-driven, mostly, and quickly dismissed, usually)

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3 hours ago, IndustriousAngel said:

well, Germany (especially Bavaria) and Austria are among the countries with most holidays anyway so it's not that big of a theme, but the theme arises now and then in public discussion (union-driven, mostly, and quickly dismissed, usually)

But losing a holiday to calendar effect, I can't believe in a more socialist country like in Germany, this is overlooked. Normally a replacement holiday for PH falls on Sunday is a practice for many countries out there. Some private enterprise even  give a half-day off on friday for PH falls on Saturday.

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4 hours ago, titanic2187 said:

That is brutal, how is no one complain about this holiday stealing scheme?

 

3 hours ago, IndustriousAngel said:

well, Germany (especially Bavaria) and Austria are among the countries with most holidays anyway

 

I was going to say:

Aside of public holiday In Germany the minimum holiday/vacation entitlement is 24 working days a year.

 

It is impossible for anything regarding holiday calendar to ever be brutal....... that sound like worst case scenario you have at least 6 full week a year.......

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1 hour ago, titanic2187 said:

But losing a holiday to calendar effect, I can't believe in a more socialist country like in Germany, this is overlooked. Normally a replacement holiday for PH falls on Sunday is a practice for many countries out there. Some private enterprise even  give a half-day off on friday for PH falls on Saturday.

This year is a mean exception because almost all legal holidays were on a weekend. But that will become better in the next years ;)

The weather will help all movies in the next days because it's predicted to become rainy (almost) everywhere. The next weekend should be nicer weather-wise but then it's said to be mixed at best again.

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2 hours ago, titanic2187 said:

But losing a holiday to calendar effect, I can't believe in a more socialist country like in Germany, this is overlooked. Normally a replacement holiday for PH falls on Sunday is a practice for many countries out there. Some private enterprise even  give a half-day off on friday for PH falls on Saturday.

I really wouldn't call anything we have "more socialist". There is very little socialist about anything in Germany, or Europe for that matter ;)

 

Replacement days are common, but not exactly the standard either. Less than half of all countries have it, though I couldn't tell you how the share looks in the western world.

 

As mentioned above, Germany has a minimum of 20 vacation days per year (well, 20 weekdays or 24 "Werktage", which includes Saturday), and the norm is above that, so holidays have a bit of a different character here and aren't as necessary as for example in the US. Whenever there is a debate about this matter, the argument in favour is that you shouldn't lose a day of rest due to a holiday falling on a weekend, while the argument against it is that holidays are generally meant to allow someone to celebrate a specific event, not to act as a replacement for vacation time.

 

Many companies do treat Christmas eve and New Year's eve as half a holiday, so in many places you only need to use up half a day of vacation for each of them. The evening of the 24th is the most important part of christmas in Germany, so that's rather conveniant.

 

Quite frankly, I'd care more about getting an equal amount of holidays for everyone over getting a replacement day. Right now some states have quite a few more holidays than others.

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Posted (edited)

Germany's Top14 last weekend:

 

 

 

title

admissions

th.

PTA

total adm.

total €

drop

week

1

No Time To Die

1.173.662

830

1.414

1.179.373

13.101.919

-

1

2

Dune

159.572

639

250

1.059.687

11.439.521

-38

3

3

Die Pfefferkörner 2

53.653

489

110

68.669

479.998

-

1

4

Paw Patrol

52.138

573

91

1.275.370

8.942.490

-3

7

5

Shang-Chi

39.615

353

112

715.265

7.100.178

-42

5

6

Fireman Sam 5

29.003

570

51

29.003

187.980

-

1

7

Spiral

27.026

347

78

141.682

1.268.671

-28

3

8

After We Fell

26.532

381

70

594.825

5.177.547

-41

5

9

Tom & Jerry

20.887

342

61

593.472

4.173.689

-13

8

10

Schachnovelle

19.812

140

142

54.523

464.315

-0

2

11

Beckenrand Sheriff

12.284

305

40

153.688

1.267.586

-50

4

12

Hilfe, ich hab meine Freunde geschrumpft

12.270

308

40

115.908

804.634

-28

5

13

Kaiserschmarrndrama

12.019

220

55

1.083.501

9.265.458

-31

9

14

The Father

9.475

261

36

197.135

1.734.845

-29

6

Good opening on the upper end of expectations for No Time To Die - with some restrictions still in power, it was a given that it wouldn't reach the heights of prior Bond openings but that's a very satisfying start. Dune held better than expected, a 38% drop despite losing all big screens and most good timeslots must be considered excellent.

Next weekend: Again, distributors kept anything important away from 007, so holdovers will have the market to themselves (more or less) - the question is if No Time To Die can make up for the reduced OW by a better hold. Spectre had an OW of 1,68mil and dropped 22% to 1,31mil in weekend #2, that's still higher Than No Time To Die's OW. So, if people just postponed their shows because of restrictions, we might see a near-flat number - if it does suffer a significant drop, that would make it impossible to reach the usual Bond standards. (Spectre did nearly 7,1mil in its day; Skyfall topped out at more than 7,8mil)

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http://www.insidekino.com/Y/DuellJB.htm
 

Day / week

No time to die

 

Specter

 

Skyfall

 

Quantum of consolation

 

Casino Royale

 

die Another Day

 

The world is Not Enough

 

Tomorrow never dies

 

GoldenEye

 

  1,173,662 1,179,373 1,681,087  1,900,601 1,907,746 2,136,263 1,690,853 1,690,853 1,334,947 1,334,947 1,295,957 1,295,957 1,163,687 1,163,687 1,158,406 1,158,406 1,330,617 1,330,617
5-7     558,597 2,459,198 508,565 2,644,828 433,777 2,124,630 403,553 1,738,500 419,401 1,715,358 288,558 1,452,245 326.013 1,484,419 415,863 1,746,480
1 week     2,239,684 2,459,198 2,416,311 2,644,828 2,124,630 2,124,630 1,738,500 1,738,500 1,715,358 1,715,358 1,452,245 1,452,245 1,484,419 1,484,419 1,746,480 1,746,480
8-11     1,314,635 3,773,833 1,290,560 3,935,388 901.868 3,026,498 822.424 2,560,924 766.249 2,481,607 755.630 2,207,875 897.245 2,381,664 935.860 2,682,340
12-14     356.776 4,130,609 378,661 4,314,049 251,472 3,277,970 239,569 2,800,493 270,666 2,752,273 283,500 2,491,375 362,648 2,744,312 278.481 2,960,821
2 weeks     1,671,411 4,130,609 1,669,221 4,314,049 1,153,340 3,277,970 1,061,993 2,800,493 1,036,915 2,752,273 1,039,130 2,491,375 1,259,893 2,744,312 1,214,341 2,960,821
15-18     765.207 4,895,816 903.332 5,217,381 457,639 3,735,609 537.914 3,338,407 509,684 3,261,957 371.103 2,880,194 628,362 3,372,674 665.208 3,626,029
19-21     187.498 5,083,314 268,868 5,486,249 119.024 3,854,633 162,863 3,501,270 183.907 3,445,854 560.204 3,422,682 234,849 3,607,523 175,823 3,801,852
3 week     952.705 5,083,314 1,172,200 5,486,249 576,663 3,854,633 700,777 3,501,270 693,591 3,445,854 931,307 3,422,682 863.211 3,607,523 841.031 3,801,852
22-25     423.377 5,506,691 566.247 6,052,496 255.021 4,109,654 315,855 3,817,125 317.090 3,762,944 367.907 3,790,589 323,870 3,931,393 481.723 4,283,575
26-28     117.111 5,623,802 144.199 6,196,695 72.503 4,182,157 115,457 3,932,582 130,895 3,893,839 262,433 4,053,022 90,647 4,022,040 89,755 4,373,330
4th week     540,488 5,623,802 710.446 6,196,695 327,524 4,182,157 431,312 3,932,582 447.985 3,893,839 630,340 4,053,022 414,517 4,022,040 571,478 4,373,330
29-32     279,637 5,903,439 334.371 6,531,066 145.260 4,327,417 183,615 4,116,197 388,656 4,282,495 374,558 4,427,580 186.220 4,208,260 284.902 4,658,232
33-35     78,696 5,982,135 89,628 6,620,694 44,382 4,371,799 222,649 4,338,846 123.114 4,405,609 74,849 4,502,429 56,521 4,264,781 88,921 4,747,153
5th week     358,333 5,982,135 423.999 6,620,694 189,642 4,371,799 406.264 4,338,846 511.770 4,405,609 449,407 4,502,429 242,741 4,264,781 373.823 4,747,153
36-39     206.345 6,188,480 212.073 6,832,767 79,083 4,450,882 259,515 4,598,361 236,767 4,642,376 197,589 4,700,018 90.038 4,354,819 199,734 4,946,887
40-42     65,086 6,253,566 61,853 6,894,620 26,901 4,477,783 138.131 4,736,492 57,922 4,700,298 46,396 4,746,414 27,776 4,382,595 66,685 5,013,572
6th week     271,431 6,253,566 273,926 6,894,620 105,984 4,477,783 397,646 4,736,492 294,689 4,700,298 243,985 4,746,414 117,814 4,382,595 266,419 5,013,572
43-47     127.716 6,381,282 144.065 7,038,685 61,892 4,539,675 230.819 4,967,311 78,885 4,779,183 103.142 4,849,556 35,418 4,418,013 132.718 5,146,290
44-49     83,833 6,465,115 53,998 7.092.683 29,563 4,569,238 50.903 5,018,214 29,407 4,808,590 24,873 4,874,429 13,273 4,431,286 37.202 5,183,492
7th week     211,549 6,465,115 198.063 7.092.683 91,455 4,569,238 281,722 5,018,214 108.292 4,808,590 128.015 4,874,429 48,691 4,431,286 169.920 5,183,492
50-53     113,808 6,578,923 131,573 7,224,256 54,933 4,624,171 126.154 5,144,368 45,469 4,854,059 61,690 4,936,119 15,660 4,446,946 70,920 5,254,412
54-56     121,564 6,700,487 64,737 7,288,993 31,838 4,656,009 33,170 5,177,538 17,624 4,871,683 18,412 4,954,531 4,858 4,451,804 39,592 5,294,004
8th week     235.372 6,700,487 196.310 7,288,993 86,771 4,656,009 159,324 5,177,538 63.093 4,871,683 80.102 4,954,531 20,518 4,451,804 110,512 5,294,004
57-60     117.081 6,817,568 152.455 7,441,448 44,840 4,700,849 60,493 5,238,031 25,551 4,897,234 26,661 4,981,192 4,766 4,456,570 52,825 5,346,829
61-63     61,859 6,879,427 57.091 7,498,539 14,147 4,714,996 16.801 5,254,832 8,853 4,906,087 8,545 4,989,737 1,726 4,458,296 18,625 5,365,454
9th week     178,940 6,879,427 209,546 7,498,539 58,987 4,714,996 77.294 5,254,832 34,404 4,906,087 35.206 4,989,737 6,492 4,458,296 71,450 5,365,454
64-67     73.182 6,952,609 106.184 7,604,723 14,657 4,729,653 38,409 5,293,241 10,952 4,917,039 10,325 5,000,062 2,904 4,461,200 31,783 5,397,237
68-70     15,242 6,967,851 20,236 7,624,959 3,622 4,733,275 13,460 5,306,701 4,740 4,921,779 4.110 5,004,172 1.997 4,463,197 8,788 5,406,025
10th week     88,424 6,967,851 126,420 7,624,959 18,279 4,733,275 51,869 5,306,701 15,692 4,921,779 14,435 5,004,172 4,901 4,463,197 40,571 5,406,025
Bottom line       7,089,386   7,825,760   4,748,753   5,463,178   4,940,255   5,072,138   4,477,102   5.501.310
Day / week No time to die Specter Skyfall Quantum of consolation Casino Royale die Another Day The world is Not Enough Tomorrow never dies GoldenEye

 

 

Good data set for coming days. NTTD is heading for ~400K 5-7 days.

 

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The first trend, quite good holds:

 

#1 NTTD 900k-1M admissions

#2 Dune 125k

#3 Die Pfefferkörner 35k

#4 SC 35k

#5 Paw Patrol 22.5k

 

 

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Almost no changes in the second trend, unfortunately a little bit in the wrong direction:

#1 NTTD 900k
#2 Dune 125k/1.25M total admissions including Sunday
#3 Die Pfefferkörner 35k
#4 SC 32.5k
#5 Paw Patrol 22.5k

The sunny weather on Saturday and Sunday is mostly to blame that NTTD doesn't have an (even) better hold. By contrast the weekdays were pretty grey which probably helped the movies, e.g. Dune must have had ca. 65k admissions from Monday to Wednesday (no Bond total numbers reported so far).
 

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