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Highest grosser of all time in South Africa(Rand)

1 The Lion King 120.88m

2 Black Panther 107m

3 Avengers Endgame 104m

4 Furious 7  89.78m

5 Avengers Infinity War 73.13m

6 The Fate of the Furious 72.86m

7 Jumanji:The Next Level 70.88m

8 Jumanji:Welcome to Jungle 61.78m

9 Spiderman:No way Home 56.8m(by the end of 2022.1.09,can't sure the full run,probably over 70m)

10 Frozen 2 56m

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Highest Grossing film of all-time in Nigeria(Nara)(* Local film)

1 Black Panther 818m

2 Spiderman:No way home 750m

3 Oma Ghetto:The saga * 636m

4 Avengers Endgame 528m

5 The Wedding Party *453m

6 Aquaman 452m

7 The Wedding Party 2* 433m

8 Avengers Infinity War 430m

9 Doctor Strange in the Mutliverse of Madness 401m

10 Local* 387m

 

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30 minutes ago, Bruce said:

The box office from South Africa,Nigeria,East,West Africa

I think we can still count Egypt

No problem with the thread but just so you know a thread for South African box office already exist - 

 

 

You can continue using this thread for the other countries but it would be better to have any discussions about South African numbers in its own thread.

 

 

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what do admission numbers relative to population look like in the poorer african countries?

 

For example in the usa a population of 330 million around 75 million saw tfa, so like 22%

 

in my not-as-rich country endgame is #1 or #2 not sure, but the ratio of admits to population is 12%

 

Is that ratio much much lower in the poorer african countries?

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23 hours ago, interiorgatordecorator said:

what do admission numbers relative to population look like in the poorer african countries?

 

For example in the usa a population of 330 million around 75 million saw tfa, so like 22%

 

in my not-as-rich country endgame is #1 or #2 not sure, but the ratio of admits to population is 12%

 

Is that ratio much much lower in the poorer african countries?

Yeah much much lower in all Africa country.

Not only because of poor,People in Africa don't like going to cinema to watch the movie,they more like use video and watch movie on TV.

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10 hours ago, interiorgatordecorator said:

what do admission numbers relative to population look like in the poorer african countries?

 

For example in the usa a population of 330 million around 75 million saw tfa, so like 22%

 

in my not-as-rich country endgame is #1 or #2 not sure, but the ratio of admits to population is 12%

 

Is that ratio much much lower in the poorer african countries?

The USA is a movie nation - they do go quite regularly.

 

But yes it does correlate, probably because countries with poor infrastructure (which most of the time are poor) also have few cinemas so few people have the chance to go to a cinema.

 

Lets take Nigeria:

Endgame has 323k (officially counted) admissions

Black Panther around 500-550k

And the country has 217m people (2018 it were around 195m)

Meaning their #1 movie has been seen by around 0.28% of the population in cinema.

 

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The action movie, the long-awaited follow-up to 1986’s Top Gun, broke records on that opening weekend in May and has continued to hold steady at the box office every week. The film opened in South Africa on Friday 27 May and was still in UIP’s (Universal International Pictures) Top 8 last weekend 24-26 June. It’s earned over R45-million at the SA box office (a phenomenal R45,684,841 to be exact) and is still showing around the country

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Any update on One Piece Film Red box office in Africa ?, In Morocco / Tunisia / Algeria / Mauritius / Mali / Djibouti Benin / Burkina Faso / Cameroon / Republic of the Congo / Democratic Republic of the Congo / Guinea / Niger / Senegal / Togo / Madagascar, it was released in these regions around August 10-12, same distributor as France, Pathe Films, they also released in belgium and other French regions in Europe but only Taiwan, Japan and France numbers are coming out.

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1 hour ago, charlie Jatinder said:

African can be a big market but that's not today. Almost whole of Africa box office is basically South Africa and Egypt.

Africa need to solve the private problem.

Most Africa can use internet and smart phone right now,but going to cinema is still not the main entertainment there,they more like staying at home watch Instagram or tiktok

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