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Weekend - 08/05-08/07 | Actuals: Bullet Train 30, Super Pets 11, Nope 8.5, Thor 7.7, Minions 7.1 | TGM sinks Titanic! 7th-biggest film DOM | Bodies Bodies Bodies earns 37.8K PTA

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RT Verified Aud Scores as of now:

 

Bullet Train: 83%

Easter Sunday: 72%

Bodies Bodies Bodies: 86%

 

BT's not looking good, but things are so dead that it's not end of the world stuff in terms of legs I guess. LMFAO @ Easter Sunday though

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2 minutes ago, Issac Newton said:

Should get over $30M from that total (though others disagree), and high end is probably mid-$30s

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2 minutes ago, M37 said:

Should get over $30M from that total (though others disagree), and high end is probably mid-$30s

7x that number is 32.2M so I am hoping it won't miss it.

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Pretty solid numbers for Bullet Train. Since there is likely no real rush to see it (was about to say it's an "original" but it is based on a novel) and the fact it's probably going to skew older than normal for an R-rated action pic (due to Pitt), it could very well hit $35M for the weekend.

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22 minutes ago, Eric the Tank Engine said:

RT Verified Aud Scores as of now:

 

Bullet Train: 83%

Easter Sunday: 72%

Bodies Bodies Bodies: 86%

 

BT's not looking good, but things are so dead that it's not end of the world stuff in terms of legs I guess. LMFAO @ Easter Sunday though

 

Is that bad for BT really? It seems to be a dumb movie that everyone expects to be dumb..

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2 minutes ago, p a p i said:

Nice. Is Bodies Bodies Bodies opening lower than Easter Sunday? 

It's only playing in limited release (no theater count but guessing only NYC/LA). Next weekend is when it goes wide.

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Over 30M is guaranteed. Very nice result, considering Edge of Tomorrow (another Japanese adaptation) opened lower than 30M. The star power of Brad Pitt is still big.

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Just now, Maggie said:

Over 30M is guaranteed. Very nice result considering Edge of Tomorrow (another Japanese adaptation) opened lower than 30M. The star power of Brad Pitt is still big.

 

Bad Bunny did this. Brad is a fraud.

 

Angelina sends her regards

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2 minutes ago, Maggie said:

Over 30M is guaranteed. Very nice result, considering Edge of Tomorrow (another Japanese adaptation) opened lower than 30M. The star power of Brad Pitt is still big.

 

2 minutes ago, MrPink said:

 

Bad Bunny did this. Brad is a fraud.

 

Angelina sends her regards

You're both wrong.

 

This is Joey King's doing! Behold the power of the Kissing Booth trilogy.

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5 minutes ago, p a p i said:

Nice. Is Bodies Bodies Bodies opening lower than Easter Sunday? 

Yes, its only a limited release for this weekend. I believe the plan is to expand semi-wide next weekend (8/12), and then go fully wide on 8/19

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Just now, M37 said:

Yes, its only a limited release for this weekend. I believe the plan is to expand semi-wide next weekend (8/12), and then go fully wide on 8/19

It's playing at a lot of theaters near me next weekend so I imagine it's going pretty wide. At the very least should match the 1,400 theaters that Fall is being dumped in.

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@WrathOfHan @Blankments Guess it's my turn for the trailer stuff

 

10x:

Nope: The Batman, X, Everything Everywhere All at Once, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Men, Top Gun: Maverick, Crimes of the Future, The Black Phone, Thor: Love and Thunder

 

8x:

DC League of Super Pets: King Richard, The Batman, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, The Bad Guys, Lightyear, Mr. Malcolm's List, Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, Marcel the Shell with Shoes On

 

5x:

Bullet Train: The Batman, Ambulance, The Northman, Men, The Bob's Burgers Movie

Black Adam: Uncharted, The Batman, The Phantom of the Open, Elvis, Thor: Love and Thunder

 

4x:

Don't Worry Darling: Elvis, The Black Phone, Nope, Where the Crawdads Sing

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse: Dog, Uncharted, The Guide, RRR

 

3x:

Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris: Phantom of the Open, Elvis, Lost Illusions

Bodies Bodies Bodies: Men, The Black Phone, Nope

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial: Thor: Love and Thunder, Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, Vengeance

The Invitation: The Black Phone, Vengeance, Where the Crawdads Sing

Moonage Daydream: Top Gun: Maverick, Crimes of the Future, The Black Phone

Strange World: Lightyear, Thor: Love and Thunder, Marcel the Shell with Shoes On

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish: The Bad Guys, Lightyear, Marcel the Shell

 

2x:

Fire of Love: Crimes of the Future, Mr. Malcolm's List

Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank: Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Top Gun: Maverick

Where the Crawdads Sing: Elvis, Lost Illusions

Marcel the Shell with Shoes On: Everything Everywhere All at Once, Men

Mack and Rita: Elvis, Where the Crawdads Sing

Beast: The Black Phone, Nope

The Woman King: Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, Where the Crawdads Sing

Ticket to Paradise: Mr. Malcolm's List, Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris

Avatar: The Way of Water: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder

Aquaman: The Lost Kingdom: Uncharted, The Batman

The Flash: Uncharted, The Batman

The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes: Lightyear, Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris

 

1x:

Spoiler

Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song: Phantom of the Open

A Love Song: Mr. Malcolm's List

Easter Sunday: The Bob's Burgers Movie

Summering: Mr. Malcolm's List

Breaking: Nope

Three Thousand Years of Longing: Where the Crawdads Sing

Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul: Thor: Love and Thunder

Barbarian: Nope

See How They Run: Mr. Malcolm's List

The Silent Twins: Vengeance

Bros: Elvis

Smile: Top Gun: Maverick

Lyle Lyle Crocodile: Marcel the Shell

Tar: Vengeance

Halloween Ends: Nope

White Bird: A Wonder Story: Thor: Love and Thunder

Till: Nope

Prey for the Devil: The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

Amsterdam: Vengeance

The Menu: Men

She Said: Where the Crawdads Sing

Devotion: Phantom of the Open

Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part 1: Top Gun: Maverick

Oppenheimer: Nope

Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre: The King's Man

The Unbreakable Boy: King Richard

 

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