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Brazil Box Office Thread | Thor Ragnarok on October 26. Amazing numbers to expect?

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This weekend will be interesting, on Thursday we'll have 2 big movies : Fifty Shades of Grey 2 vs Lego Batman!

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YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSS 800 pages, first thread of the International Forum to reach that number :D

 

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My Mom is a Character 2 entered the top 20 of all time in admissions, passing Finding Dory. He won't enter the top 10, it would need 9.846m admissions for that.

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REMINDER : 50 Shades of Grey grossed $31.4m / R$87m in Brazil. I expect the second movie to lose steam but I could be wrong, the exchange rate won't help at all in USD, in local currency it could resist.

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Guardians of the Galaxy 2 on May 4 in Brazil. I really hope it will gross at least $25m, I would be disappointed otherwise...Sure,GOTG1 grossed $16m with a much better ER but still...If it can reach $30m I'd be really happy :)

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23 hours ago, Fullbuster said:

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Moana still held on very well this  last weekend and reached R$67.8m, making it by far the highest-grossing WDAS movie (Frozen is second with R$51.7m) and the 29th bigggest movie of all time. It also passed Fantastic Beasts and X-Men DOFP and X-Men Apocalypse. The movie will probably pass Ice Age 5 (a prowess given how popular this franchise is there) and enter the top 25 of all time :o

 

Congrats Moana and thank you Brazil :D

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I knew Brazilians have awesome taste on movies! 

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43 minutes ago, Dingdong123 said:

 

I knew Brazilians have awesome taste on movies! 

 

Ahaha not always my dear, not always :P Still, when it comes to animated movies they started to open their minds and WDAS/Pixar movies are increasingly successful, I'm really glad about it :)

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Some important release dates :

 

Logan : March 2

Kong Skull Island : March 9

Beauty and the Beast : March 16

Ghost in the Shell : March 30

The Smurfs The Lost Village : April 6

Fast & Furious 8 : April 13

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 : April 27

 

March & April will be so fascinating to follow :o

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20 minutes ago, Fullbuster said:

Some important release dates :

 

Logan : March 2

Kong Skull Island : March 9

Beauty and the Beast : March 16

Ghost in the Shell : March 30

The Smurfs The Lost Village : April 6

Fast & Furious 8 : April 13

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 : April 27

 

March & April will be so fascinating to follow :o

 

My forecasts, in USD :

 

Logan : $20-25m

Kong Skull Island : $15m

Beauty and the Beast : $20-25m

Ghost in the Shell : $10-12m

The Smurfs The Lost Village : $15-20m

Fast & Furious 8 : 40-45m

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 : 25-30m

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56 minutes ago, Fullbuster said:

 

My forecasts, in USD :

 

Logan : $20-25m

Kong Skull Island : $15m

Beauty and the Beast : $20-25m

Ghost in the Shell : $10-12m

The Smurfs The Lost Village : $15-20m

Fast & Furious 8 : 40-45m

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 : 25-30m


Don't you think that the animated movies like The Smurfs have more potential?

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4 minutes ago, Amy said:


Don't you think that the animated movies like The Smurfs have more potential?

 

Hi Amy :) 

 

Well, it has the potential to do very well and I could underestimate it, I'm cautious because of the 2 previous movies : the first one was a real success but the second one collapsed in comparison...Smurfs 1 grossed $32.8m and Smurfs 2 $14.5m, as you can see it's quite a gap.

 

If Smurfs The Lost Village benefits from good reviews then everything is possible :)

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La La Land reached 985,000 admissions last weekend, it will pass 1m admissions.

 

That's really great given the limited number of screens.

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1 hour ago, Fullbuster said:

This last weekend Resident Evil 6 reached 886,000 admissions.

I that good? How it compares to the previous movies final attendance ? I don't have numbers...

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29 minutes ago, janeeek1538 said:

I that good? How it compares to the previous movies final attendance ? I don't have numbers...

RE5 had sold 963k adm and RE4 860k adm in the same point in time. RE6 opened higher than RE4, but it's already trailing past it in the weekends, RE6 did 220k last weekend while RE4 did 231k.

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1 hour ago, Goffe said:

RE5 had sold 963k adm and RE4 860k adm in the same point in time. RE6 opened higher than RE4, but it's already trailing past it in the weekends, RE6 did 220k last weekend while RE4 did 231k.

 

That's pretty much meh given it's the final movie of this franchise.

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MOANA reached 4,824,000 admissions, meaning that 5 million admissions is a lock, fantastic :D

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