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China Box Office: General Discussion Thread

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3 minutes ago, Gavin Feng said:

maybe $70m OW for DM3 in China...

 

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DM3 performing well is good thing. This summer already looks to decrease from last year.

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6 hours ago, POTUS said:

DM3 tracking over 140m OD

 

4 hours ago, eXtacy said:

 

Oh China :sick:

Owns much to the cooperating between Illumination Ent. and Ofo (fyi, ofo is bike-sharing unicorn startup):

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It's everywhere.

 

There could be a Minions fanboy wearing a Uniqlo made Minions T-shirt, riding a Minions-ofo bike to see a Minions-stuffed DM3 after finishing up a Minions package at a McDonald's.

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5 hours ago, Gavin Feng said:

maybe $70m OW for DM3 in China...

Oh man,  the Illumination haters won't like the sound of that. The tears of the Illumination haters are the best though :redcapes:

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The simple concept of hater just work on an epidermal level. As for me, it's about love for animation. If a despicable cheap storyless postmodern (one could easily make a parallelism with the changes in politics) piece of trash like Minions had been released by Disney, I would have been extremely upset - it would have been a betrayal. I hated Dreamworks, but loved (for example) Monsters vs Aliens (strong animation, expensive production, feminist themes, genuibe characters, ..) and rooted for it. If Illumination ever makes a Lion King or even a Wreck-it-Ralph, it will deserve a success based on the product. As of now, it deserves a success based on cunning.

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Friday Including service fees

DM3  -  138.5m / 144m

The House That Never Dies Ⅱ  - 35.5m / 76.4m

The One/絕世高手- 23.7m / 34.4m

TF5  -  12.3m / 1,462m

Reset/逆時營救  -  4.7m / 181m

 

 

DM3 breaks the OD record for animated release, minions held that record 121.2M(Sunday)

 

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Maoyan has DM3 at 136m.

PS for tomorrow will reach 32m tonight.  At 5x itll make just 160m. I doubt itll do 6x at 192m.  Not a big bump happening. 

430-450m/$63-66m weekend.  

600m by thursday. Should it drop 75% in the following 2 weeks itll reach 800m minimum. 900m probable. 1000m possible depending on this week's daily holds and next weekends show count.

 

TF5 down nearly 80%. It will probably drop that much next weekend too. Itll finish 1530-1550m/ $224-227m

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32 minutes ago, Olive said:

Maoyan predicts a 188M saturday

If thats correct then a 480m/$70m OW happening.

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while ageing franchise are started to dying in USA, china are here for them..........DM3 provide another example for this....

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12 minutes ago, titanic2187 said:

while ageing franchise are started to dying in USA, china are here for them..........DM3 provide another example for this....

 

 

you mad?

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