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Weekend Thread (6/24-26) | Actuals: Elvis 31.2, TGM 29.6, JWD 26.7, Black Phone 23.6, Lightyear 18.1

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3 minutes ago, The Dark Alfred said:

Easy. FB3 was so bad they had to issue plenty of refunds in bulk. BTW why does it matter if it overtakes Uncharted, it should lose a place to Sonic 2 as well, so that film will only going to slide from the charts from now.

I mean this is a box office forum, people here want to see accurate numbers 

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1 hour ago, WittyUsername said:

Do people really still think TGM has a shot at $700 million? That seems pretty unlikely. 

Sure. It's going to play at least through Labor Day and the drops stay soft it'll just keep adding cash. I think it'll come up just short but will get close. At this point, I'd be surprised if it doesn't finish with 685M+ DOM.

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1 hour ago, WittyUsername said:

Do people really still think TGM has a shot at $700 million? That seems pretty unlikely. 

 

On day 16 BLACK PANTHER was $106m ahead of TOP GUN. Now on day 31 TOP GUN has closed the gap to $85m.  By Friday it should close the gap to $80m and to $70m by Sunday. July 4th is the next day.

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5 hours ago, BestPicturePlutoNash said:

For comparison, Tom Cruise's #1s

 

2022: Top Gun 2

2018: Mission Impossible 6- 61.2m

2015: Mission Impossible 5- 55.5m

2013: Oblivion- 37m

2011: Mission Impossible 4- 29.5m (2nd weekend, wide expansion)

2008: Tropic Thunder- 25.8m

2006: Mission Impossible 3- 47.7m

2005: War of the Worlds- 64.8m

2004: Collateral- 24.7m

2003: Last Samurai- 24.2m

2002: Minority Report- 35.6m

2001: Vanilla Sky- 25m

2000: Mission Impossible 2- 57.8m

1999: Eyes Wide Shut- 21.7m

1996: Jerry Maguire- 17m 

1996: Mission Impossible- 45.4m

1994: Interview With Vampire- 36.3m

1993: The Firm- 32.4m

1992: Few Good Men- 15.5m

1990: Days of Thunder- 15.4m

1990: Born on 4th of July (2nd weekend, wide expansion)- 11m

1988: Rain Man (3rd weekend)- 14.3m

1988: Cocktail- 11.7m

1986: Top Gun- 8.1m

1986: Legend- 4.2m

 

25 #1s. 6 are Mission Impossibles. 2 are Top Guns

 

Tom Cruise having more number 1s than Tom Hanks is both surprising and not too surprising, there are plenty of Hanks films which were successful but didn't open at number 1 like The Terminal, Catch Me If You Can and Captain Phillips.

 

 

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11 minutes ago, DTP said:

Will FB3 turn a profit?

No. Marketing and Advertising loss at least but it made back it's budget. More or less the same budget as Lightyear which won't even make it's budget(2x) not even mentioning it's advertising budget. 

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2 hours ago, Hilpkioy said:

No. Marketing and Advertising loss at least but it made back it's budget. More or less the same budget as Lightyear which won't even make it's budget(2x) not even mentioning it's advertising budget. 


What do you think are the odds they'll make a FB4?

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15 minutes ago, Xavier said:

Absolutely zero.

 

so, More likely that we'll see a Harry Potter and the Curse Child theatrical release? :P

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So this weekend gross around $135m. Fall short of 150m that many hoped, mostly because of Elvis and LY that came in at the super low end of projection whereas TGM and JWD fall short a bit from what we saw with the mid-week numbers.

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