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7 hours ago, Olive said:

not accurate because of only 75%seats available, the systemcounts locked seats as sold ones.

So in normal times, it is accurate?

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10 hours ago, WandaLegion said:

I’ll take ¥1.45B

Okay, let’s try this again:

¥1.6B

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2PM < 7PM < Final Admissions (Usual Locations):

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train (FOURTH Week):
Mon. - 71,455 < 126,132 < 148,335
Tues. - 30,751 < 60,299 < 100,663
Wed. - 58,220 < 118,548 < 141,701
Thur. - 36,615 <74,357 < 92,584
Fri. -

Frozen II (First Week):
Mon. - 54,447 < 92,121 < 104,052
Tues. - 27,455 < 54,818 < 65,760
Wed. - 46,552 < 95,692 < 110,823
Thur. - 25,992 < 51,478 < 61,081
Fri. - 23,952 < 57,013 < 77,296

Weathering With You (First Week):
Mon. - 59,941 < 107,816 < 125,510
Tues. - 44,884 < 82,161 < 97,566
Wed. - 65,636 < 119,995 < 139,965
Thur. - 47,737 < 85,766 < 100,547
Fri. - 48,453 < 93,050 < 122,720

Aladdin (First Week):
Mon. - 44,268 < 90,472 < 109,847
Tues. - 24,934 < 58,999 < 76,025
Wed. - 44,968 < 99,900 < 124,887
Thur. - 22,834 < 54,159 < 70,555
Fri. - 27,992 < 68,615 < 103,910

Beauty and the Beast (First Week):
Mon. - 45,260 < 88,422 < 108,101
Tues. - 30,251 < 64,185 < 81,400
Wed. - 58,924 < 124,700 < 152,195
Thur. - 28,549 < 61,268 < 77,112
Fri. - 24,959 < 57,366 < 100,795

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HK OD about 3.05M HK$,biggest OD of 2020

second biggest OD for a Japanese film , only behind Doraemon Stand by me(3.32m on holiday)

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17 minutes ago, The Gotham Bank said:

Friday looking strong.

Where do you see that ?

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Demon Slayer

 

Date Daily To Date % +/- YD / LW* Daily in $ To Date in $ Day
16 Oct 20 ¥1,268,725,000 ¥1,268,725,000     $12,037,200 $12,037,200 1
17 Oct 20 ¥1,701,723,000 ¥2,970,448,000     $16,145,400 $28,182,600 2
18 Oct 20 ¥1,652,670,000 ¥4,623,118,000 -2.88%   $15,680,000 $43,862,600 3
19 Oct 20 ¥748,400,000 ¥5,371,518,000 -54.72%   $7,093,800 $50,956,400 4
20 Oct 20 ¥553,400,000 ¥5,924,918,000 -26.06%   $5,240,500 $56,196,900 5
21 Oct 20 ¥630,000,000 ¥6,554,918,000 13.84%   $6,034,500 $62,231,400 6
22 Oct 20 ¥472,000,000 ¥7,026,918,000 -25.08%   $4,503,800 $66,735,200 7
23 Oct 20 ¥685,865,000 ¥7,712,783,000 45.31% -45.94% $6,550,800 $73,286,000 8
24 Oct 20 ¥1,500,945,000 ¥9,213,728,000 118.84% -11.80% $14,335,700 $87,621,700 9
25 Oct 20 ¥1,540,504,000 ¥10,754,232,000 2.64% -6.79% $14,713,500 $102,335,200 10
26 Oct 20 ¥612,700,000 ¥11,366,932,000 -60.23% -18.13% $5,835,200 $108,170,400 11
27 Oct 20 ¥473,300,000 ¥11,840,232,000 -22.75% -14.47% $4,520,500 $112,690,900 12
28 Oct 20 ¥521,600,000 ¥12,361,832,000 10.20% -17.21% $5,001,000 $117,691,900 13
29 Oct 20 ¥393,300,000 ¥12,755,132,000 -24.60% -16.67% $3,763,600 $121,455,500 14
30 Oct 20 ¥546,100,000 ¥13,301,232,000 38.85% -20.38% $5,230,800 $126,686,300 15
31 Oct 20 ¥1,212,313,000 ¥14,513,545,000 121.99% -19.23% $11,578,900 $138,265,200 16
01 Nov 20 ¥1,286,355,000 ¥15,799,900,000 6.11% -16.50% $12,274,400 $150,539,600 17
02 Nov 20 ¥795,960,000 ¥16,595,860,000 -38.12% 29.91% $7,595,000 $158,134,600 18
03 Nov 20 ¥1,199,880,000 ¥17,795,740,000 50.75% 153.51% $11,449,200 $169,583,800 19
04 Nov 20 ¥330,125,000 ¥18,125,865,000 -72.49% -36.71% $3,144,000 $172,727,800 20
05 Nov 20 ¥242,880,000 ¥18,368,745,000 -26.43% -38.25% $2,342,100 $175,069,900 21
06 Nov 20 ¥341,940,000 ¥18,710,685,000 40.79% -37.39% $3,307,000 $178,376,900 22
07 Nov 20 ¥863,828,000 ¥19,574,513,000 152.63% -28.75% $8,362,300 $186,739,200 23
08 Nov 20 ¥909,098,000 ¥20,483,611,000 5.24% -29.33% $8,800,600 $195,539,800 24
09 Nov 20 ¥302,800,000 ¥20,786,411,000 -66.69% -61.96% $2,872,900 $198,412,700 25
10 Nov 20 ¥206,900,000 ¥20,993,311,000 -31.67% -82.76% $1,964,900 $200,377,600 26
11 Nov 20 ¥263,300,000 ¥21,256,611,000 27.26% -20.24% $2,495,700 $202,873,300 27
12 Nov 20 ¥189,100,000 ¥21,445,711,000 -28.18% -22.14% $1,801,000 $204,674,300 28
13 Nov 20 ¥270,480,000 ¥21,716,191,000 43.04% -20.90% $2,580,900 $207,255,200 29

 

 

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3 hours ago, Olive said:

HK OD about 3.05M HK$,biggest OD of 2020

second biggest OD for a Japanese film , only behind Doraemon Stand by me(3.32m on holiday)

From Wmoov, Friday seems bit down. Perhaps H$2.8mn.

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There’s been a lot of discussion on KJ about how last Friday May have been underestimated because of some software funkiness. I think Corpse will revise its estimate upward to more like ¥320M

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15 minutes ago, WandaLegion said:

There’s been a lot of discussion on KJ about how last Friday May have been underestimated because of some software funkiness. I think Corpse will revise its estimate upward to more like ¥320M

That do feel logical.

 

@Brainbug weekdays dailies are just for an idea. they could be +/- 2-3%

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6 minutes ago, charlie Jatinder said:

Till Friday 13-11-2020, $220mn Approx worldwide gross.

$235M-$240M by sunday, then it should enter the top 5 highest box office movies this year by Thursday or maybe next Friday, right ?

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From Corpse:

tomorrow is also Toho Cinemas Day (20-35% off general tickets).

 

For comparison, tomorrow's MOVIX reservations are 10.3% higher than last Saturday. Would have added that to the post above, but had some connection issues.

And clearly Toho is WAY up versus last Saturday (probably over 50%), so a Saturday increase is looking very likely.

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Using harry potter franchise as a reference, even if DS is the peak of the long running series from here (like how HP1 was the biggest among all franchise), we can expect at least another 5 movies over 20bn yen if every sequel decline from the last. 

 

Maybe by the end of 2029, we will DS franchise dominate Japanese box office rank  

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2 hours ago, charlie Jatinder said:

Demon Slayer

 

Date Daily To Date % +/- YD / LW* Daily in $ To Date in $ Day
16 Oct 20 ¥1,268,725,000 ¥1,268,725,000     $12,037,200 $12,037,200 1
17 Oct 20 ¥1,701,723,000 ¥2,970,448,000     $16,145,400 $28,182,600 2
18 Oct 20 ¥1,652,670,000 ¥4,623,118,000 -2.88%   $15,680,000 $43,862,600 3
19 Oct 20 ¥748,400,000 ¥5,371,518,000 -54.72%   $7,093,800 $50,956,400 4
20 Oct 20 ¥553,400,000 ¥5,924,918,000 -26.06%   $5,240,500 $56,196,900 5
21 Oct 20 ¥630,000,000 ¥6,554,918,000 13.84%   $6,034,500 $62,231,400 6
22 Oct 20 ¥472,000,000 ¥7,026,918,000 -25.08%   $4,503,800 $66,735,200 7
23 Oct 20 ¥685,865,000 ¥7,712,783,000 45.31% -45.94% $6,550,800 $73,286,000 8
24 Oct 20 ¥1,500,945,000 ¥9,213,728,000 118.84% -11.80% $14,335,700 $87,621,700 9
25 Oct 20 ¥1,540,504,000 ¥10,754,232,000 2.64% -6.79% $14,713,500 $102,335,200 10
26 Oct 20 ¥612,700,000 ¥11,366,932,000 -60.23% -18.13% $5,835,200 $108,170,400 11
27 Oct 20 ¥473,300,000 ¥11,840,232,000 -22.75% -14.47% $4,520,500 $112,690,900 12
28 Oct 20 ¥521,600,000 ¥12,361,832,000 10.20% -17.21% $5,001,000 $117,691,900 13
29 Oct 20 ¥393,300,000 ¥12,755,132,000 -24.60% -16.67% $3,763,600 $121,455,500 14
30 Oct 20 ¥546,100,000 ¥13,301,232,000 38.85% -20.38% $5,230,800 $126,686,300 15
31 Oct 20 ¥1,212,313,000 ¥14,513,545,000 121.99% -19.23% $11,578,900 $138,265,200 16
01 Nov 20 ¥1,286,355,000 ¥15,799,900,000 6.11% -16.50% $12,274,400 $150,539,600 17
02 Nov 20 ¥795,960,000 ¥16,595,860,000 -38.12% 29.91% $7,595,000 $158,134,600 18
03 Nov 20 ¥1,199,880,000 ¥17,795,740,000 50.75% 153.51% $11,449,200 $169,583,800 19
04 Nov 20 ¥330,125,000 ¥18,125,865,000 -72.49% -36.71% $3,144,000 $172,727,800 20
05 Nov 20 ¥242,880,000 ¥18,368,745,000 -26.43% -38.25% $2,342,100 $175,069,900 21
06 Nov 20 ¥341,940,000 ¥18,710,685,000 40.79% -37.39% $3,307,000 $178,376,900 22
07 Nov 20 ¥863,828,000 ¥19,574,513,000 152.63% -28.75% $8,362,300 $186,739,200 23
08 Nov 20 ¥909,098,000 ¥20,483,611,000 5.24% -29.33% $8,800,600 $195,539,800 24
09 Nov 20 ¥302,800,000 ¥20,786,411,000 -66.69% -61.96% $2,872,900 $198,412,700 25
10 Nov 20 ¥206,900,000 ¥20,993,311,000 -31.67% -82.76% $1,964,900 $200,377,600 26
11 Nov 20 ¥263,300,000 ¥21,256,611,000 27.26% -20.24% $2,495,700 $202,873,300 27
12 Nov 20 ¥189,100,000 ¥21,445,711,000 -28.18% -22.14% $1,801,000 $204,674,300 28
13 Nov 20 ¥270,480,000 ¥21,716,191,000 43.04% -20.90% $2,580,900 $207,255,200 29

 

 

What are you expecting for tomorrow ?

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On 11/12/2020 at 8:38 AM, charlie Jatinder said:

Miyazaki's reaction on Demon Slayer

 

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Not very gracious at all...surprising.

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1 hour ago, Noctis said:

Not very gracious at all...surprising.

Lol they should leave the man alone.

 

Although it's funny more than anything.

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I don't think Miyazaki said anything wrong, its media made drama.

 

He simply said "it has nothing to do with him & he hasn't watched it, he is a retired old man"

 

What would have been wrong was if he said Demon Slayer isn't cinema but theme park though if he had said he would have more credentials to say that than certain other old man.

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