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Pirates of the Caribbean in Brazil (in USD)

Pirates of the Caribbean : Not available
Pirates of the Caribbean 2 : 10.8m
Pirates of the Caribbean 3 : 15.7m
Pirates of the Caribbean 4 : 30.4m

Pirates of the Caribbean 5 : 16.7m

 

It was high time for an update as well, the ER probably killed POTC5, maybe a local currency list could have an interest.

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YEARLY ADMISSIONS IN BRAZIL

 

                        2001 : 75 million admissions

2002 : 91m

  2003 : 105m

  2004 : 117m

2005 : 94m

2006 : 90m

   2007 : 89.3m

   2008 : 89.1m

  2009 : 113m

  2010 : 135m

  2011 : 142m

  2012 : 149m

  2013 : 151m

  2014 : 157m

  2015 : 171m

2016: 185m

2017: 183m

 

2018 is so crazy that I think that it'll be the best year on record, with some luck 200 million admissions could be passed for the first time.

That would mean the country is on the way to beat France and South Korea in admissions, which was bound to happen given Brazil is much more populated but still it's a bumpy rise but still a rise :D

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With Jurassic World 2 coming soon it's essential to remind what happened with the first one:

 

latest?cb=20160314235151

 

-Grossed $29.1m in Brazil

-Grossed R$90.7m in local currency

-Got 6.2 million admissions

 

It released when the exchange rate started to enter the dangerous phase of being too high, at that time $1 = R$3.1 but now $1 = R$3.6 so it'll need quite an increase in lc to pass JW1 in USD.

 

 

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Hey @Fullbuster. This is the latest info I could find about the number of theaters/cinemas/screens in Brazil: https://g1.globo.com/pop-arte/cinema/noticia/sao-paulo-abriga-13-das-salas-de-cinema-do-pais.ghtml

 

The numbers are from 2015, and according to G1/ANCINE we had 3160 screens back in that year. We're probably close to 3500 now, hopefully.

I couldn't find anything about the number of theaters though. Also in 2015 only 383 of the 5570 municipalities had at least 1 theater/cinema, a small jump from 2013. The state of São Paulo alone has over 1/3 of all the screens in the country.

 

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10 hours ago, Fullbuster said:

 

Old data but don't have much time to browse the Portuguese-speaking internet :(

 

@Blaze Heatnix @Durden Do you have something more recent? Thanks in advance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I'll try to look for it! For now, nothing new. :)

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2 hours ago, Fullbuster said:

YEARLY ADMISSIONS IN BRAZIL

 

                        2001 : 75 million admissions

2002 : 91m

  2003 : 105m

  2004 : 117m

2005 : 94m

2006 : 90m

   2007 : 89.3m

   2008 : 89.1m

  2009 : 113m

  2010 : 135m

  2011 : 142m

  2012 : 149m

  2013 : 151m

  2014 : 157m

  2015 : 171m

2016: 185m

2017: 183m

 

2018 is so crazy that I think that it'll be the best year on record, with some luck 200 million admissions could be passed for the first time.

That would mean the country is on the way to beat France and South Korea in admissions, which was bound to happen given Brazil is much more populated but still it's a bumpy rise but still a rise :D

The admission grew so much especially starting 2009, the admission nearly double within 10 years! Suggest that Titanic's all time highest admission record are in danger in Brazil.....

Isn't it IW is now threatening Jaw in term of admission? 

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17 minutes ago, titanic2187 said:

The admission grew so much especially starting 2009, the admission nearly double within 10 years! Suggest that Titanic's all time highest admission record are in danger in Brazil.....

Isn't it IW is now threatening Jaw in term of admission? 

This just shows how INSANE titanic was in Brasil, that run probably was just totaly nuts.

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4 minutes ago, pepsa said:

This just shows how INSANE titanic was in Brasil, that run probably was just totaly nuts.

Firty shade of grey and the fault in our star made 31m  in brazil, twilight finale was at 54m, all these number in brazil are so huge in relative to their worldwide and USA number, all these suggest that brazilian have also some extra affection with romance, that could explain why titanic, when blended with special blockbuster action driven effect, gained so much in brazil. Assuming  that 2001's total admission of 75m to 1998, titanic's 17m admission shows that a jaw-dropping 23% of movie-going was meant for titanic on that year!

 

The same insanity also applied to china, 25% of the box office gross was contributed by titanic alone in 1998 in china. 

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3 hours ago, Fullbuster said:

HARRY POTTER / POTTERVERSE MOVIES IN LOCAL CURRENCY

 

Fantastic Beasts : R$64.5m

Harry Potter 8 : 57.1m

Harry Potter 7 : 39.1m

Harry Potter 6 : 36.2m

Harry Potter 5 : 31.8m

Harry Potter 4 : 30.3m

Harry Potter 3 : 21.5m

Harry Potter 2 : 22.96m

Harry Potter 1 : 22.90m

Stupid HP3, screwing up nice orderly increases. Why couldn’t you have done 1.5 more :/ 

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This one made me laugh so no reason to keep it from you :P

 

 

 

 

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Brazil currently has 3,279 movie theaters according to the National Film Agency, information published in May.

 

Beating the historical peak of 1975, where there were 3,276 theaters/screens. Since 2009 the number of theaters/screens see a constant growth.

https://public.tableau.com/profile/oca8662#!/vizhome/SalasdeCinemanoBrasil_0/Painel1

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16 hours ago, Humbgul said:

Hey @Fullbuster. This is the latest info I could find about the number of theaters/cinemas/screens in Brazil: https://g1.globo.com/pop-arte/cinema/noticia/sao-paulo-abriga-13-das-salas-de-cinema-do-pais.ghtml

 

The numbers are from 2015, and according to G1/ANCINE we had 3160 screens back in that year. We're probably close to 3500 now, hopefully.

I couldn't find anything about the number of theaters though. Also in 2015 only 383 of the 5570 municipalities had at least 1 theater/cinema, a small jump from 2013. The state of São Paulo alone has over 1/3 of all the screens in the country.

 

 

16 hours ago, Blaze Heatnix said:

I'll try to look for it! For now, nothing new. :)

 

1 hour ago, ronisssantos said:

Brazil currently has 3,279 movie theaters according to the National Film Agency, information published in May.

 

Beating the historical peak of 1975, where there were 3,276 theaters/screens. Since 2009 the number of theaters/screens see a constant growth.

https://public.tableau.com/profile/oca8662#!/vizhome/SalasdeCinemanoBrasil_0/Painel1

 

Thanks everyone :) I'll make a new post from this and will put it on Page 1 once everything is edited :)

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Economy experts are predicting the ER will collapse and the dollar will go over R$ 5,30 that's terrible for the movie grosses in USD. And with millions of people going back to poverty and everything being more and more expensive  attendance will also drop for sure.

 

Dark times are coming. My family company is struggling and we will have to cut a lot of jobs which is heartbreaking.

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On 6/8/2018 at 4:39 AM, Napoleon said:

Economy experts are predicting the ER will collapse and the dollar will go over R$ 5,30 that's terrible for the movie grosses in USD. And with millions of people going back to poverty and everything being more and more expensive  attendance will also drop for sure.

 

Dark times are coming. My family company is struggling and we will have to cut a lot of jobs which is heartbreaking.

 

Sources? Who are these "economy" experts?

 

I really hope you're not trying to spread fake news because you're bitter about Dilma being ousted, you'd lose respect and credibility.

 

Yes, things are worsening but it's far from being the disaster you're talking about from what I've read here and there:

 

Brazil's biggest bank downgrades growth forecast

BRASILIA, June 8 (Xinhua) -- Brazil's biggest bank, Itau, on Friday downgraded its economic growth forecast for 2018 from 2 percent to 1.7 percent, citing the crippling truckers' strike in May and financial problems.

The bank also downgraded next year's forecast, from 2.8 percent to 2.5 percent.

The revised economic projections "take into account recent financial troubles and some impact of the strike on growth in 2018," the bank's chief economist Mario Mesquita said in a report.

 

http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-06/09/c_137241029.htm

 

 

 

 

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As for the exchange rate wow, it went from $1 =R$3.9 on Thursday (WTF, almost an all-time low) to R$3.70 this Friday! The Brazilian Central Bank intervened but I'm not sure it'll be enough.

 

The ER could go either way, but it reaching the worst level ever (beyond R$4.1) cannot be excluded now. The effect on movies would be crazy o_o

Remember that The Force Awakens had to go through this: it grossed R$109m but it converted to $29m only, in 2011 it would give it more than $60m!

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Man the ER that could get worse by going to 4. Also Fullbuster I have to admit because of you having profile pics of Anime girls and cuteness I always thought you were a female until when I clicked on you are actually a male.

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8 minutes ago, manny1234 said:

Man the ER that could get worse by going to 4. Also Fullbuster I have to admit because of you having profile pics of Anime girls and cuteness I always thought you were a female until when I clicked on you are actually a male.

 

Ahaha yeah, I guess some are confused but it just means I love women and anime and what is cute that's all 😛

 

As for the ER the forecasts expect R$3.9 in December but if the Brazilian election goes wrong it could easily go higher than 4, we're in the danger zone.

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On 6/5/2018 at 7:04 PM, titanic2187 said:

The admission grew so much especially starting 2009, the admission nearly double within 10 years! Suggest that Titanic's all time highest admission record are in danger in Brazil.....

Isn't it IW is now threatening Jaw in term of admission? 

 

In danger, Titanic? Yes, but probably not before the 2020s because if The Avengers IW cannot be close to 20 millions then no movie can reach this for a while lol.

 

It's promising though that's for sure :) It's now close to France, South Korea and jpaan in admissions and will pass them by 2020.

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59 minutes ago, Fullbuster said:

As for the exchange rate wow, it went from $1 =R$3.9 on Thursday (WTF, almost an all-time low) to R$3.70 this Friday! The Brazilian Central Bank intervened but I'm not sure it'll be enough.

 

The ER could go either way, but it reaching the worst level ever (beyond R$4.1) cannot be excluded now. The effect on movies would be crazy o_o

Remember that The Force Awakens had to go through this: it grossed R$109m but it converted to $29m only, in 2011 it would give it more than $60m!

And, the top market for avengers are largely from those country, which suffered the worst in ER 

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Box Office Brazil Horror Movies (in USD)

 

IT = 19.9m

Annabelle = 16.3m

World War Z = 14.7m

The Conjuring 2 = 13.6m

Annabelle Creation = 12.8m

Resident Evil Retribution = 9.8m

Resident Evil Afterlife = 9.5m
The Conjuring = 7.8m

Rings = 6.8m
Paranormal Activity 4 = 6m
Underworld Awakening = 5.7m
Final Destination 5 = 5.2m
Paranormal Activity The Marked Ones = 5.11m
Paranormal Activity 3 = 5.1m
Paranormal Activity = 4.9m
Dark Shadows = 4.9m
A Haunted House = 4.9m
Scream 4 = 4.6m
The Final Destionation = 4.5m

Happy Death Day = 4.3m

Saw 3D = 4.25m
Paranormal Activity 2 = 4.2m

Resident Evil Extinction = 3.8m

Mama = 3.76m
Saw 4 = 3.7m

Don't Breathe = 3.2m

Alien Covenant = 3m
Carrie = 2.8m

Jigsaw = 2.6m
Warm Bodies = 2.5m

Resident Evil Apocalypse = 2.4m

Evil Dead = 2m
Insidious 2 = 1.8m

OUIJA 2 = 1.8m

Get Out = 1.7m
A Haunted House 2 = 1.6m
Underworld Rise of the Lycans = 1.4m
Insidious = 0.9m
Oculus = 0.86m

Silent Hill = 0.6m
Zombieland = 0.4m
Jennifer's Body = 0.39m
The Purge = 0.2m

 

I added many movies, the damn list hasn't been updated since early 2014.

 

Since then IT came and destroyed everything else 😛

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