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Brazil Box Office Thread | The Lion King roars, Hobbs & Shaw are scared away!!! :o

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On 8/11/2019 at 4:11 PM, Fullbuster said:

 

The Lion King stays strong in Brazil, $60.4m is really impressive with this exchange rate, with 2011's ER it'd be beyond $100m!

 

 

Yes, but inflation in Brazil is big (as is market growth), Still a fantastic result.

 

It is not fair to compare today's movies with those of 2011.

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14 hours ago, Marcos12 said:

Yes, but inflation in Brazil is big (as is market growth), Still a fantastic result.

 

It is not fair to compare today's movies with those of 2011.

 

I didn't compare movies from 2011 with those of 2019, I was talking about exchange rates.

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15 hours ago, Marcos12 said:

Yes, but inflation in Brazil is big (as is market growth), Still a fantastic result.

 

It is not fair to compare today's movies with those of 2011.

It totally is though. Look at gross in USD relative to admissions. Exchange rates in Brazil have over-powered inflation. Go back as far as Titanic's gross 20+ years ago, ATP in dollar terms is close to that of 2019

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The last time I saw a movie in a theater was more than a year ago, it was Avengers : Infinity War.

While it was an amazing movie, my favorite comicbook movie, it's also when the first (and painful) signs of anxiety crisis showed up, it was hard to breathe for example.

 

Since then I cured this thing but the trauma was still there and I wasn't daring going back to a theater..I tried several times since June but I couldn't...but then I really wanted to see Toy Story 4 and it was the last week to see it before they remove it from my nearest theater so I decided to do it anyway because Toy Story is really special to me, TS1 was the 1st movie I saw in a theater as a kid, TS3 is the first one that made me cry in a theater (lol) so TS4 was more than worth it.

 

And not only I've been fine but I really, really loved it..what a moving movie! 😭😍

 

As for the BO I'm glad it did well even with these damn bad ER all over the world :)

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It's honestly very pleasant to see a non-comic book movie grossing that much in Brazil for a change.

 

 

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Brazil doesn't seem to care too much about that one.

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24 minutes ago, Fullbuster said:

 

 

 

It's honestly very pleasant to see a non-comic book movie grossing that much in Brazil for a change.

 

 

 

Domestic and China are the most disappointing markets for TLK. I know it's going to do $540m domestically but in comparison to some of these numbers, it's "disappointing". 

Brazil, on the other hand, did fantastically. 

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9 minutes ago, VenomXXR said:

 

Domestic and China are the most disappointing markets for TLK. I know it's going to do $540m domestically but in comparison to some of these numbers, it's "disappointing". 

Brazil, on the other hand, did fantastically. 

 

The US performance is surprisingly low given the symbol, less surprised by China that's an unpredictable market.

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I guess the next big movie is Joker? At least for Brazil, seems pretty far away.

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3 minutes ago, Fullbuster said:

I guess the next big movie is Joker? At least for Brazil, seems pretty far away.

It chapter 2 is opening this week.

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On 9/1/2019 at 5:27 PM, Fullbuster said:

 

 

 

It's honestly very pleasant to see a non-comic book movie grossing that much in Brazil for a change.

 

 

Animated movies are the most successful genre in Brazil (alongside superhero movies) . and Lion King is a big classic, so I wasn't surprised..

 

Frozen 2 also going to be big, I think it will beat Toy Story 4.

 

 

 

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On 9/2/2019 at 10:12 AM, Tower said:

It chapter 2 is opening this week.

 

Oooh :o

 

Brazil loved it, It's gonna be an interesting one to track!

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12 hours ago, Marcos12 said:

Animated movies are the most successful genre in Brazil (alongside superhero movies) . and Lion King is a big classic, so I wasn't surprised..

 

Frozen 2 also going to be big, I think it will beat Toy Story 4.

 

 

 

 

Frozen did pretty well in Brazil back then but it wasn't close to a record compared to the rest oft he world so I'm not so sure..on the other hand Brazilian moviegers seem far more open to Disney/Pixar movies now that they were 6 years ago.

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It Chapter 2 was obviously on top this Thursday :)

 

 

 

 

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16 hours ago, Fullbuster said:

 

 

It Chapter 2 was obviously on top this Thursday :)

 

 

 

 

 

Interesting to see Lion King already far ahead of Hobbs&Shaw despite being released weeks before it, great legs!

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Corgi: Top Dog

What a title! 🤣

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6 hours ago, Omni said:

Corgi: Top Dog

What a title! 🤣

 

A perfect title for one of these German/Austrian TV shows ^^"

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Weird, no Opening Day numbers for Friday numbers instead....Apparently It benefited from a strong increase over Part 1. Wait & See!

 

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3 hours ago, Fullbuster said:

Weird, no Opening Day numbers for Friday numbers instead....Apparently It benefited from a strong increase over Part 1. Wait & See!

$0.8M from OD and $0.8M from friday apparently.

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