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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #100 on: June 09, 2019, 06:24:18 AM »
1   N   The Secret Life of Pets 2   Uni.   $47,110,000   -   4,561   -   $10,329   $48,035,000   $80   1

2   N   Dark Phoenix   Fox   $33,000,000   -   3,721   -   $8,869   $33,000,000   -   1

3   2   Aladdin (2019)   BV   $24,500,000   -42.8%   3,805   -671   $6,439   $232,385,926   $183   3

4   1   Godzilla: King of the Monsters   WB   $15,540,000   -67.5%   4,108   -   $3,783   $78,597,097   $170   2

5   3   Rocketman   Par.   $14,000,000   -45.6%   3,610   -   $3,878   $50,498,756   $40   2

6   4   Ma (2019)   Uni.   $7,820,000   -56.8%   2,816   +8   $2,777   $32,768,075   $5   2

7   5   John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum   LG/S   $7,400,000   -33.2%   2,776   -828   $2,666   $138,662,998   -   4

8   6   Avengers: Endgame   BV   $4,800,000   -40.3%   2,121   -984   $2,263   $824,365,940   $356   7

9   7   Pokemon Detective Pikachu   WB   $2,980,000   -57.1%   2,161   -986   $1,379   $137,401,719   $150   5

10   8   Booksmart   UAR   $1,577,259   -52.2%   1,134   -1,384   $1,391   $17,814,672   -   3

At least "Godzilla" can look at "Dark Phoenix" and say "At least I'm not that guy"

Other new releases

16   N   Late Night   Amazon   $249,654   -   4   -   $62,414   $249,654   -   1

18   N   The Last Black Man in San Francisco   A24   $230,744   -   7   -   $32,963   $230,744   -   1

23   N   Pavarotti   CBS   $142,500   -   19   -   $7,500   $142,500   -   1

27   N   This One's for the Ladies   Super   $16,001   -   1   -   $16,001   $16,001   -   1

30   N   Framing John DeLorean   IFC   $9,106   -   1   -   $9,106   $9,106   -   1

31   N   Papi Chulo   Blue Fox   $7,729   -   2   -   $3,865   $7,729   -   1

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #101 on: June 09, 2019, 06:56:47 AM »
That was even lower than projected for dark phoenix. Lowest Marvel opening since the 2015 Fantastic Four reboot.

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #102 on: June 09, 2019, 07:10:27 AM »
It's going to completely take a shit next weekend. The movie is boring af.


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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #103 on: June 09, 2019, 07:16:56 AM »
I have the opportunity to see Dark Phoenix tomorrow night for free and even then, I'm leaning towards not going.

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #104 on: June 09, 2019, 07:33:52 AM »
That was even lower than projected for dark phoenix. Lowest Marvel opening since the 2015 Fantastic Four reboot.

And that movie still beat Dark Phoenix by $4 Million when adjusted to 2019.

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #105 on: June 15, 2019, 03:07:42 AM »
Men In Black International is gonna bomb huge at least here. The title makes sense cause it seems like one of those movies that makes 50 million here and 280 million in China or wherever. Made 10 million Friday and on pace for a 23-26 million opening. I think Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson are great, but why did this series get brought back again?

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #106 on: June 15, 2019, 06:26:31 AM »
Brutal. I think a ton of people are just skipping this weekend for next (for obvious reasons). Even ignoring Toy Story 4, there's also the Child's Play movie to give some moviegoers something different.

"Sony's Men in Black: International brought in an estimated $10.4 million on Friday and the studio is now projecting a soft, $26+ million opening for the $110 million production. The film received a "B" CinemaScore.

Even worse news comes in for WB's Shaft, which brought in an estimated $2.7 million on Friday and is looking to settle outside the top five with a three-day gross around $7-8 million. The film received an "A" CinemaScore from opening day audiences."

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #107 on: June 15, 2019, 06:40:28 AM »
I feel like Men in Black should’ve tried getting some people in a few weeks ago.  Next week Toy Story and Spider-Man week after that, it’s not going do much.  That being said, I may end up seeing that tonight because I have $16 in movie cash to see it from stuff I picked up.
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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #108 on: June 16, 2019, 03:22:44 AM »
1   N   Men in Black International   Sony   $28,500,000   -   4,224   -   $6,747   $28,500,000   $110   1

2   1   The Secret Life of Pets 2   Uni.   $23,800,000   -49.0%   4,564   +3   $5,215   $92,044,390   $80   2

3   3   Aladdin (2019)   BV   $16,712,000   -32.3%   3,556   -249   $4,700   $263,446,314   $183   4

4   2   Dark Phoenix   Fox   $9,005,000   -72.6%   3,721   -   $2,420   $51,767,350   -   2

5   5   Rocketman   Par.   $8,800,000   -36.3%   3,021   -589   $2,913   $66,142,725   $40   3

6   N   Shaft (2019)   WB (NL)   $8,315,000   -   2,952   -   $2,817   $8,315,000   -   1

7   4   Godzilla: King of the Monsters   WB   $8,105,000   -47.5%   3,207   -901   $2,527   $93,688,172   $170   3

8   7   John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum   LG/S   $6,100,000   -17.8%   2,033   -743   $3,000   $148,626,905   -   5

9   17   Late Night   Amazon   $5,136,734   +1,985.5%   2,220   +2,216   $2,314   $5,449,553   -   2

10   6   Ma (2019)   Uni.   $3,610,000   -53.9%   1,794   -1,022   $2,012   $40,349,995   $5   3

Barely holding on

11   8   Avengers: Endgame   BV   $3,517,000   -27.8%   1,450   -671   $2,426   $830,491,359   $356   8

12   N   The Dead Don't Die   Focus   $2,350,000   -   613   -   $3,834   $2,350,000   -   1

13   9   Pokemon Detective Pikachu   WB   $1,280,000   -59.9%   984   -1,177   $1,301   $140,788,081   $150   6

14   10   Booksmart   UAR   $859,214   -46.2%   577   -557   $1,489   $19,746,633   -   4

Other new releases

22   N   5B   VM/RYOT   $40,000   -   127   -   $315   $40,000   -   1

27   N   Hampstead   IFC   $24,144   -   12   -   $2,012   $24,144   -   1

30   N   Paris is Burning (2019 re-release)   Jan.   $11,000   -   1   -   $11,000   $11,000   -   1

35   N   Our Time   MR   $3,000   -   1   -   $3,000   $3,000   -   1

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #109 on: June 16, 2019, 03:37:33 AM »
Dark Phoenix yikes

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #110 on: June 16, 2019, 03:51:19 AM »
Chris Hemsworth continues to struggle outside of Marvel movies. Poor guy.

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #111 on: June 16, 2019, 04:09:15 AM »
I saw Men in Black International last night and the whole experience was a little odd.

Based on how the film was tracking, the theatre was more full than I expected.  Not full but more filled seats than not.  The crowd was silent and that was not even just the movie itself.  There were no reactions for any of the trailers.  They showed the trailers for Stuber, Hobbs & Shaw, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Spider-man: Far From Home. Usually something from those would get something out of the audience - not a peep.  So there was already a weird tone over the film where the stuff that didn't connect with the crowd connected even less.

I feel like the movie should have been more.  At times it had the straight-to-video vibe to me that I just couldn't shake.  The cast was solid and I think did the best with the material but the material just wasn't good.  And what was weird there was I think the plot, premise and twists all worked, like the backbone was all fine but the execution was bad.  Poor dialogue  and mostly uninteresting characters.  So they had the shell of what should have been better but the meat of everything is what really tanked it with just really poor execution of elements of a movie that could've been much more interesting, fun, etc.

Maybe an ok watch on a lazy day on TV but the other part with my perceived lack of effort in this project was the ending to me felt like they were trying to set up multiple franchises/spin-offs from the end and much like that last Ghostbusters with female leads and Hemsworth, despite the ending, likely will wind up being a one-off.
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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #112 on: June 16, 2019, 04:49:08 AM »
I never expected MIB without Will Smith or Tommy Lee Jones to do any good so it made around what I expected. Ouch for Dark Phoenix and fucking LOL at Shaft.

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #113 on: June 16, 2019, 05:07:13 AM »
Shaft actually did better than I expected considering I literally only saw a trailer like 2 weeks ago before Ma and literally had heard nothing else about the film. That in comparison to seeing some trailers literally 5-6 times over the span of a month+ in front of other movies.

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #114 on: June 16, 2019, 06:55:28 AM »
The trailer featured too much Shaft Jr. and not enough of the other two Shafts. I think it gave people the wrong impression, and the bad reviews just sealed the fate of the film. I explained why I thought those reviews weren't valid though. I think everyone would presume that Samuel L. Jackson's Shaft would have archaic, caveman views on things and make jokes about them to his son who understands how the world works and is in opposition to those viewpoints.


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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #115 on: June 22, 2019, 05:59:39 AM »
Man, looks like another tough weekend for the box office season. Via Box Office Mojo

"Disney and Pixar's Toy Story 4 brought in an estimated $47.4 million on Friday and is currently expected to deliver around $122-125 million for the three-day weekend, well below Mojo's pre-weekend forecast below and even struggling to meet Disney's $140 million expectations.

UA Releasing's Child's Play is also looking to fall short of expectations after an estimated $6.1 million on Friday. The film was expected to deliver north of $16 million this weekend, but at this time is likely to finish closer to $14-16 million.

Lionsgate and Summit's Anna brought in an estimated $1.36 million on Friday and is looking at a three-day around $3.5-4 million."

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #116 on: June 22, 2019, 06:04:50 AM »
I'll go to Spider-man but most other stuff doesn't excite me to the point I need to see it in theater.

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #117 on: June 22, 2019, 06:19:14 AM »
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is probably the only movie the rest of the Summer I'll go to the theaters for. Maybe Spider-Man.

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #118 on: June 22, 2019, 06:29:13 AM »
Lion King would also be in that category for me if I didn't already have A-List

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #119 on: June 22, 2019, 07:25:11 AM »
Spiderman, Lion King, Hobbes and Shaw, are all movies I'll go see. I'm probably most interested in Hobbes and Shaw. GOTTA SUPPORT THE BIG DAWG

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #120 on: June 22, 2019, 07:28:51 AM »
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is probably the only movie the rest of the Summer I'll go to the theaters for. Maybe Spider-Man.
Damn not even Midsommar you took too much CTE Big Brown.


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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #121 on: June 22, 2019, 07:30:30 AM »
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is probably the only movie the rest of the Summer I'll go to the theaters for. Maybe Spider-Man.
Damn not even Midsommar you took too much CTE Big Brown.

I don't think Midsommar will be opening in any theaters near me. Is it getting a wide release?

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« Reply #122 on: June 22, 2019, 07:50:02 AM »
It is


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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #123 on: June 22, 2019, 07:52:48 AM »
Midsommar is listed as nationwide on Mojo, but that only means 600+ theaters by their standards.  But with it being sold on the back of Hereditary I'd wager at least 2000 theaters, especially since A24 always has their widest releases for their horror movies.

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« Reply #124 on: June 22, 2019, 10:15:27 AM »
Kinda crazy how we're getting four horror movies ("Child's Play", "Annabelle Returns", Midsommar" and "Crawl") in the span of 3 weeks. We get some every summer, but in this span is interesting.

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #125 on: June 23, 2019, 06:02:48 AM »
1   N   Toy Story 4   BV   $118,000,000   -   4,575   -   $25,792   $118,000,000   -   1

2   N   Child's Play (2019)   UAR   $14,055,540   -   3,007   -   $4,674   $14,055,540   $10   1

3   3   Aladdin (2019)   BV   $12,200,000   -29.5%   3,435   -121   $3,552   $287,510,128   $183   5

4   1   Men in Black International   Sony   $10,750,000   -64.2%   4,224   -   $2,545   $52,689,654   $110   2

5   2   The Secret Life of Pets 2   Uni.   $10,290,000   -57.8%   3,804   -760   $2,705   $117,583,535   $80   3

6   4   Rocketman   Par.   $5,650,000   -40.0%   2,414   -607   $2,341   $77,328,389   $40   4

7   8   John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum   LG/S   $4,075,000   -36.3%   1,607   -426   $2,536   $156,067,424   -   6

8   7   Godzilla: King of the Monsters   WB   $3,700,000   -57.9%   2,368   -839   $1,563   $102,345,637   $170   4

9   5   Dark Phoenix   Fox   $3,600,000   -61.5%   2,054   -1,667   $1,753   $60,159,311   -   3

10   6   Shaft (2019)   WB (NL)   $3,555,000   -60.1%   2,952   -   $1,204   $15,941,394   -   2


Barely holding on

11   N   Anna (2019)   LG/S   $3,535,000   -   2,114   -   $1,672   $3,535,000   -   1

12   9   Late Night   Amazon   $2,583,885   -50.8%   2,172   -48   $1,190   $10,672,864   -   3

13   10   Avengers: Endgame   BV   $1,895,000   -49.1%   985   -465   $1,924   $834,503,966   $356   9

14   11   Ma (2019)   Uni.   $1,200,000   -67.7%   862   -932   $1,392   $43,749,765   $5   4

15   12   The Dead Don't Die   Focus   $1,130,000   -55.5%   690   +77   $1,638   $4,757,915   -   2


Other new releases

23   N   Wild Rose   Neon   $56,183   -   4   -   $14,046   $56,183   -   1

26   N   Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am   Magn.   $44,000   -   4   -   $11,000   $44,000   -   1

33   N   A Bigger Splash (2019 re-release)   Metrograph   $18,000   -   1   -   $18,000   $18,000   -   1

38   N   The Quiet One   IFC   $10,561   -   6   -   $1,760   $10,561   -   1

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #126 on: June 23, 2019, 07:49:10 AM »
I went to a first showing in 3D of Toy Story 4 on Thursday night and was surprised that my theatre was not very full.
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« Reply #127 on: June 30, 2019, 03:55:08 AM »
1   1   Toy Story 4   BV   $57,932,000   -52.1%   4,575   -   $12,663   $236,921,809   -   2

2   N   Annabelle Comes Home   WB (NL)   $20,370,000   -   3,613   -   $5,638   $31,204,459   -   1

3   N   Yesterday   Uni.   $17,000,000   -   2,603   -   $6,531   $17,000,000   $26   1

4   3   Aladdin (2019)   BV   $9,344,000   -29.4%   3,235   -200   $2,888   $305,861,946   $183   6

5   5   The Secret Life of Pets 2   Uni.   $7,090,000   -31.0%   3,349   -455   $2,117   $131,202,000   $80   4

6   4   Men in Black International   Sony   $6,550,000   -38.8%   3,663   -561   $1,788   $65,030,511   $110   3

7   13   Avengers: Endgame   BV   $5,537,000   +178.5%   2,025   +1,040   $2,734   $841,318,161   $356   10

8   2   Child's Play (2019)   UAR   $4,276,607   -69.7%   3,007   -   $1,422   $23,405,006   $10   2

9   6   Rocketman   Par.   $3,870,000   -31.0%   2,003   -411   $1,932   $84,173,960   $40   5

10   7   John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum   LG/S   $3,175,000   -22.3%   1,550   -57   $2,048   $161,315,088   -   7

Barely holding on

11   8   Godzilla: King of the Monsters   WB   $2,000,000   -48.1%   1,370   -998   $1,460   $106,530,951   $170   5

13   10   Dark Phoenix   Fox   $1,692,000   -52.1%   1,187   -867   $1,425   $63,576,878   -   4

12   22   Dumbo (2019)   BV   $1,692,000   +1,320.1%   120   -20   $14,100   $115,569,069   $170   14

14   9   Anna (2019)   LG/S   $1,425,000   -60.4%   2,114   -   $674   $6,656,309   -   2

15   11   Shaft (2019)   WB (NL)   $1,415,000   -59.8%   947   -2,005   $1,494   $18,839,833   -   3

16   12   Late Night   Amazon   $1,074,083   -57.9%   871   -1,301   $1,233   $13,052,037   -   4

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #128 on: July 07, 2019, 03:44:18 AM »
1   N   Spider-Man: Far from Home   Sony   $93,600,000   -   4,634   -   $20,199   $185,055,628   $160   1

2   1   Toy Story 4   BV   $34,300,000   -42.5%   4,540   -35   $7,555   $306,557,544   -   3

3   3   Yesterday   Uni.   $10,750,000   -36.8%   2,614   +11   $4,112   $36,882,740   $26   2

4   2   Annabelle Comes Home   WB (NL)   $9,750,000   -51.9%   3,613   -   $2,699   $50,157,397   -   2

5   4   Aladdin (2019)   BV   $7,600,000   -24.9%   2,758   -477   $2,756   $320,789,616   $183   7

6   N   Midsommar   A24   $6,561,798   -   2,707   -   $2,424   $10,902,112   -   1

7   5   The Secret Life of Pets 2   Uni.   $4,760,000   -35.0%   2,846   -507   $1,673   $140,743,335   $80   5

8   6   Men in Black International   Sony   $3,635,000   -45.6%   2,716   -947   $1,338   $71,989,949   $110   4

9   7   Avengers: Endgame   BV   $3,100,000   -49.3%   1,985   -40   $1,562   $847,862,833   $356   11

10   9   Rocketman   Par.   $2,775,000   -29.5%   1,409   -594   $1,969   $89,169,715   $40   6

11   10   John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum   LG/S   $2,250,000   -30.8%   1,493   -57   $1,507   $165,253,649   -   8

12   8   Child's Play (2019)   UAR   $1,488,150   -66.4%   1,707   -1,300   $872   $26,748,889   $10   3

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #129 on: July 14, 2019, 06:12:12 AM »
1   1   Spider-Man: Far from Home   Sony   $45,300,000   -51.1%   4,634   -   $9,776   $274,529,305   $160   2

2   2   Toy Story 4   BV   $20,665,000   -39.0%   4,210   -330   $4,909   $346,369,574   -   4

3   N   Crawl   Par.   $12,000,000   -   3,170   -   $3,785   $12,000,000   $13.5   1

4   N   Stuber   Fox   $8,043,000   -   3,050   -   $2,637   $8,043,000   -   1

5   3   Yesterday   Uni.   $6,750,000   -32.9%   2,755   +141   $2,450   $48,316,525   $26   3

6   5   Aladdin (2019)   BV   $5,873,000   -21.9%   2,557   -201   $2,297   $331,489,720   $183   8

7   4   Annabelle Comes Home   WB (NL)   $5,550,000   -41.3%   3,209   -404   $1,730   $60,760,434   -   3

8   6   Midsommar   A24   $3,551,571   -45.9%   2,707   -   $1,312   $18,406,842   -   2

9   7   The Secret Life of Pets 2   Uni.   $3,100,000   -33.7%   2,320   -526   $1,336   $147,137,185   $80   6

10   8   Men in Black International   Sony   $2,215,000   -41.4%   1,612   -1,104   $1,374   $76,483,597   $110   5

11   10   Rocketman   Par.   $1,700,000   -34.9%   1,332   -77   $1,276   $91,974,910   $40   7

12   9   Avengers: Endgame   BV   $1,692,000   -45.7%   1,443   -542   $1,173   $851,200,139   $356   12

13   11   John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum   LG/S   $1,375,000   -35.4%   1,145   -348   $1,201   $167,538,716   -   9

Other new releases

14   N   Super 30   Relbig.   $923,912   -   317   -   $2,915   $923,912   -   1

17   N   The Farewell   A24   $351,330   -   4   -   $87,833   $351,330   -   1

22   N   Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable   ENTMP   $250,000   -   205   -   $1,220   $250,000   -   1

26   N   I Got the Hook Up 2   UMC   $143,000   -   37   -   $3,865   $143,000   -   1



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27   N   The Art of Self-Defense   BST   $121,000   -   7   -   $17,286   $121,000   -   1

36   N   Sword of Trust   IFC   $22,512   -   2   -   $11,256   $22,512   -   1

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #130 on: July 15, 2019, 09:32:19 AM »
I had Stuber marked down to bomb because comedy is dead, but that's absolutely insane.


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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #131 on: July 15, 2019, 10:12:40 AM »
Comedies should just go straight to Netflix. I think there was an influx of rom coms that did really well on Netflix last summer. Sandler's movies still do really good on Netflix.

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #132 on: July 15, 2019, 10:14:15 AM »
Yesterday did $80,000,000 worldwide but that has an extremely specific hook. There aren't any real comedy stars anymore except Kevin Hart.


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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #133 on: July 21, 2019, 03:41:46 AM »
1   N   The Lion King (2019)   BV   $185,000,000   -   4,725   -   $39,153   $185,000,000   -   1

2   1   Spider-Man: Far from Home   Sony   $21,000,000   -53.7%   4,415   -219   $4,757   $319,659,412   $160   3

3   2   Toy Story 4   BV   $14,600,000   -30.3%   3,750   -460   $3,893   $375,533,349   -   5

4   3   Crawl   Par.   $6,000,000   -50.0%   3,170   -   $1,893   $23,834,810   $13.5   2

5   5   Yesterday   Uni.   $5,100,000   -24.0%   2,662   -93   $1,916   $57,596,465   $26   4

6   4   Stuber   Fox   $4,000,000   -51.4%   3,050   -   $1,311   $16,081,864   -   2

7   6   Aladdin (2019)   BV   $3,800,000   -38.4%   2,105   -452   $1,805   $340,040,714   $183   9

8   7   Annabelle Comes Home   WB (NL)   $2,660,000   -52.7%   1,981   -1,228   $1,343   $66,582,201   -   4

9   8   Midsommar   A24   $1,599,155   -56.4%   1,105   -1,602   $1,447   $22,482,183   -   3

10   9   The Secret Life of Pets 2   Uni.   $1,530,000   -52.3%   1,380   -940   $1,109   $151,551,165   $80   7

11   11   Avengers: Endgame   BV   $1,199,000   -43.0%   985   -458   $1,217   $854,216,193   $356   13

12   19   The Farewell   A24   $1,171,570   +229.4%   35   +31   $33,473   $1,674,997   -   2

13   33   The Art of Self-Defense   BST   $1,055,658   +823.0%   550   +543   $1,919   $1,214,947   -   2

14   12   Rocketman   Par.   $980,000   -41.8%   720   -612   $1,361   $93,997,371   $40   8

Other new releases

31   N   David Crosby: Remember My Name   SPC   $41,050   -   4   -   $10,263   $41,050   -   1

33   N   Rosie   Blue Fox   $2,970   -   2   -   $1,485   $2,970   -   1

34   N   I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians   BWP   $2,176   -   1   -   $2,176   $2,176   -   1

35   N   At War   CLS   $1,550   -   1   -   $1,550   $1,550   -   1

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #134 on: July 21, 2019, 04:48:11 AM »
Still amazing to me that Aladdin's held on for this long. Also glad to see some horror fare in Crawl and Annabelle Comes Home holding their own.

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #135 on: July 21, 2019, 04:52:20 AM »
So does that count as the largest animated opening of all time?  Disney has been weirdly insistent on calling it a live action movie

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #136 on: July 21, 2019, 05:13:30 AM »
Still amazing to me that Aladdin's held on for this long. Also glad to see some horror fare in Crawl and Annabelle Comes Home holding their own.

Annabelle's gotta be a disappointment domestically though even if the budget wasn't that much. With the return of The Warrens, I thought it would do much better. Even The Nun did 117 million domestic.

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #137 on: July 28, 2019, 07:17:25 AM »
1   1   The Lion King (2019)   BV   $75,524,000   -60.6%   4,725   -   $15,984   $350,775,534   -   2

2   N   Once Upon a Time in Hollywood   Sony   $40,350,000   -   3,659   -   $11,028   $40,350,000   $90   1

3   2   Spider-Man: Far from Home   Sony   $12,200,000   -42.5%   3,851   -564   $3,168   $344,455,270   $160   4

4   3   Toy Story 4   BV   $9,872,000   -36.5%   3,610   -140   $2,735   $395,628,506   -   6

5   4   Crawl   Par.   $4,000,000   -34.4%   2,720   -450   $1,471   $31,462,793   $13.5   3

6   5   Yesterday   Uni.   $3,000,000   -40.2%   2,550   -112   $1,176   $63,341,550   $26   5

7   7   Aladdin (2019)   BV   $2,788,000   -31.8%   1,798   -307   $1,551   $345,928,586   $183   10

8   6   Stuber   Fox   $1,679,000   -59.2%   2,150   -900   $781   $20,100,989   -   3

9   8   Annabelle Comes Home   WB (NL)   $1,560,000   -40.0%   1,287   -694   $1,212   $69,736,963   -   5

10   12   The Farewell   A24   $1,553,864   +35.7%   135   +100   $11,510   $3,686,854   -   3

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #138 on: July 28, 2019, 10:08:03 AM »
Crawl has some staying power.  Hopefully I get a chance to see it soon!

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #139 on: August 04, 2019, 03:18:54 AM »
1   N   Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw   Uni.   $60,800,000   -   4,253   -   $14,296   $60,800,000   $200   1

2   1   The Lion King (2019)   BV   $38,246,000   -50.1%   4,802   +77   $7,965   $430,889,078   -   3

3   2   Once Upon a Time in Hollywood   Sony   $20,025,000   -51.3%   3,659   -   $5,473   $78,842,475   $90   2

4   3   Spider-Man: Far from Home   Sony   $7,755,000   -37.7%   3,446   -405   $2,250   $360,328,925   $160   5

5   4   Toy Story 4   BV   $7,150,000   -31.6%   3,225   -385   $2,217   $410,050,743   -   7

6   6   Yesterday   Uni.   $2,440,000   -20.8%   1,837   -713   $1,328   $67,902,655   $26   6

7   10   The Farewell   A24   $2,429,114   +60.0%   409   +274   $5,939   $6,837,624   -   4

8   5   Crawl   Par.   $2,150,000   -47.1%   2,085   -635   $1,031   $36,090,773   $13.5   4

9   7   Aladdin (2019)   BV   $2,018,000   -33.6%   1,370   -428   $1,473   $350,369,592   $183   11

10   9   Annabelle Comes Home   WB (NL)   $875,000   -43.7%   919   -368   $952   $71,575,112   -   6

Other new releases

18   N   Luce   Neon   $132,916   -   5   -   $26,583   $132,916   -   1

27   N   Tel Aviv on Fire   Cohen   $50,987   -   11   -   $4,635   $50,987   -   1

28   N   The Nightingale (2019)   IFC   $40,082   -   2   -   $20,041   $40,082   -   1

31   N   Leo Da Vinci: Mission Mona Lisa   Ammo   $19,978   -   25   -   $799   $19,978   -   1

32   N   Jay Myself   Osci.   $19,088   -   1   -   $19,088   $27,750   -   1

33   N   Them That Follow   1091   $15,000   -   3   -   $5,000   $15,000   -   1

36   N   Love, Antosha   Lurk   $7,150   -   1   -   $7,150   $7,150   -   1

37   N   Piranhas   MBox   $3,049   -   1   -   $3,049   $3,049   -   1

38   54   Free Trip to Egypt   INDEP   $2,814   -16.2%   3   +1   $938   $26,401   -   10

39   N   Joan the Maid Parts 1 & 2 (4K Restoration)   Cohen   $1,343   -   1   -   $1,343   $1,343   -   1

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #140 on: August 04, 2019, 04:45:23 AM »
When was the last time that there weren't at least ten movies that made a million dollars, over the weekend?

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« Reply #141 on: August 04, 2019, 08:03:19 PM »
March 17-19 2017, but at least that weekend had the excuse of Beauty and the Beast swallowing up the entire box office.

https://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/?view=&yr=2017&wknd=11&p=.htm

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« Reply #142 on: August 10, 2019, 02:46:19 AM »
The Kitchen is only on pace to do about 3 million for the weekend. I should've known it would've been a bomb when it wasn't featured as a parody poster on Guy Fieri's instagram.

I'm actually shocked it's such a critical and financial disaster. The first time director is probably to blame and maybe it being too similar to Widows. The trailer was pretty damn good and the premise and cast seemed like a formula to produce a late Summer sleeper hit. But, I guess the movie is just a mess, Haddish is completely not in her element/kind of exposed as a limited actress according to reviews, and the directing/editing/writing is terrible. McCarthy also hasn't had a hit since Ghostbusters came out.

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« Reply #143 on: August 10, 2019, 03:52:22 AM »
The Kitchen is only on pace to do about 3 million for the weekend. I should've known it would've been a bomb when it wasn't featured as a parody poster on Guy Fieri's instagram.

I'm actually shocked it's such a critical and financial disaster. The first time director is probably to blame and maybe it being too similar to Widows. The trailer was pretty damn good and the premise and cast seemed like a formula to produce a late Summer sleeper hit. But, I guess the movie is just a mess, Haddish is completely not in her element/kind of exposed as a limited actress according to reviews, and the directing/editing/writing is terrible. McCarthy also hasn't had a hit since Ghostbusters came out.

I think "Life of the Party" did fine, and "Can You Ever Forgive Me" wasn't a big hit but got her another Oscar nomination. She also seems to be transitioning to more dramatic work (though I doubt she's done with the world of comedy), and I had a feeling this would under perform since crime movies aren't as popular as they used to be.

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« Reply #144 on: August 10, 2019, 05:20:50 AM »
Kinda interested in "Where'd You Go, Bernadette" next week. It's been on the shelf for quite awhile. It was made in 2017. It was originally scheduled for a release late last year as Oscar bait.  It's been pushed back several times. Now getting a late summer release. With the director and cast I can't really imagine it being bad but all the signs are there

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« Reply #145 on: August 10, 2019, 07:13:03 AM »
I was thinking McCarthy's movies were getting less popular and successful but it really feel like she is doing the same thing Steve Carrell did.  Pushing away from her fading comedy success and trying to go for more of the critical acclaim, serious stuff.  Which is fine, I always thought she was talented but I wasn't into her schtick of "Hey, I am fat!  WATCH ME SWEAR AND RUN!".  Guess Happytime Murders was in some ways her Evan Almighty but Carrell at least tried to salvage that one.
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« Reply #146 on: August 10, 2019, 07:37:48 AM »
Kinda interested in "Where'd You Go, Bernadette" next week. It's been on the shelf for quite awhile. It was made in 2017. It was originally scheduled for a release late last year as Oscar bait.  It's been pushed back several times. Now getting a late summer release. With the director and cast I can't really imagine it being bad but all the signs are there
I wouldn't be surprised if Annapurna Pictures financial woes are a reason for this. As of now, they are exploring bankruptcy.

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« Reply #147 on: August 10, 2019, 09:52:19 AM »
The Kitchen is only on pace to do about 3 million for the weekend. I should've known it would've been a bomb when it wasn't featured as a parody poster on Guy Fieri's instagram.

I'm actually shocked it's such a critical and financial disaster. The first time director is probably to blame and maybe it being too similar to Widows. The trailer was pretty damn good and the premise and cast seemed like a formula to produce a late Summer sleeper hit. But, I guess the movie is just a mess, Haddish is completely not in her element/kind of exposed as a limited actress according to reviews, and the directing/editing/writing is terrible. McCarthy also hasn't had a hit since Ghostbusters came out.

I think "Life of the Party" did fine, and "Can You Ever Forgive Me" wasn't a big hit but got her another Oscar nomination. She also seems to be transitioning to more dramatic work (though I doubt she's done with the world of comedy), and I had a feeling this would under perform since crime movies aren't as popular as they used to be.

Life of The Party didn't make it's money back. 65 mil worldwide on a 30 mil budget isn't great. That's considerably down from her 2011-15 movies.

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« Reply #148 on: August 11, 2019, 04:06:45 AM »
1   1   Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw   Uni.   $25,400,000   -57.7%   4,344   +91   $5,847   $108,513,780   $200   2

2   N   Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark   LGF   $20,800,000   -   3,135   -   $6,635   $20,800,000   -   1

3   2   The Lion King (2019)   BV   $20,000,000   -48.1%   4,220   -582   $4,739   $473,103,826   -   4

4   N   Dora and the Lost City of Gold   Par.   $17,000,000   -   3,735   -   $4,552   $17,000,000   $49   1

5   3   Once Upon a Time in Hollywood   Sony   $11,600,000   -42.0%   3,507   -152   $3,308   $100,331,370   $90   3

6   N   The Art of Racing in the Rain   Fox   $8,100,000   -   2,765   -   $2,929   $8,100,000   -   1

7   N   The Kitchen (2019)   WB (NL)   $5,510,000   -   2,745   -   $2,007   $5,510,000   -   1

8   4   Spider-Man: Far from Home   Sony   $5,300,000   -32.9%   2,678   -768   $1,979   $370,972,490   $160   6

9   5   Toy Story 4   BV   $4,400,000   -40.1%   2,295   -930   $1,917   $419,578,368   -   8

10   N   Bring the Soul: The Movie   Trafalgar   $2,296,491   -   873   -   $2,631   $4,417,649   -   1

Barely holding on

11   7   The Farewell   A24   $2,217,690   -8.1%   704   +295   $3,150   $10,322,121   -   5

12   N   Brian Banks   BST   $2,145,793   -   1,240   -   $1,730   $2,145,793   -   1

13   6   Yesterday   Uni.   $1,100,000   -55.4%   866   -971   $1,270   $70,454,730   $26   7

Other new releases

18   N   The Peanut Butter Falcon   RAtt.   $205,236   -   17   -   $12,073   $205,236   -   1

28   N   After the Wedding (2019)   SPC   $57,124   -   5   -   $11,425   $57,124   -   1

37   N   One Child Nation   Amazon   $22,244   -   2   -   $11,122   $22,244   -   1

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Re: 2019 Weekend Box Office Thread
« Reply #149 on: August 18, 2019, 03:37:40 AM »
1   N   Good Boys   Uni.   $21,000,000   -   3,204   -   $6,554   $21,000,000   $20   1

2   1   Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw   Uni.   $14,140,000   -44.0%   3,757   -587   $3,764   $133,741,600   $200   3

3   3   The Lion King (2019)   BV   $11,900,000   -41.1%   3,560   -660   $3,343   $496,107,985   -   5

4   N   The Angry Birds Movie 2   Sony   $10,500,000   -   3,869   -   $2,714   $16,237,146   $65   1

5   2   Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark   LGF   $10,050,000   -51.9%   3,135   -   $3,206   $40,216,784   $25   2

6   N   47 Meters Down: Uncaged   ENTMP   $9,000,000   -   2,853   -   $3,155   $9,000,000   $12   1

7   4   Dora and the Lost City of Gold   Par.   $8,500,000   -51.2%   3,735   -   $2,276   $33,909,724   $49   2

8   5   Once Upon a Time in Hollywood   Sony   $7,600,000   -34.8%   2,504   -1,003   $3,035   $114,348,212   $90   4

9   N   Blinded By the Light   WB   $4,450,000   -   2,307   -   $1,929   $4,450,000   -   1

10   6   The Art of Racing in the Rain   Fox   $4,403,000   -45.9%   2,765   -   $1,592   $16,881,187   -   2

Barely holding on

11   N   Where'd You Go, Bernadette   UAR   $3,455,860   -   2,404   -   $1,438   $3,455,860   -   1

12   8   Spider-Man: Far from Home   Sony   $2,755,000   -47.8%   1,515   -1,163   $1,818   $376,629,545   $160   7

13   7   The Kitchen (2019)   WB (NL)   $2,205,000   -60.1%   2,745   -   $803   $10,372,285   $38   2

14   9   Toy Story 4   BV   $2,177,000   -51.9%   1,245   -1,050   $1,749   $424,439,307   -   9

15   12   The Farewell   A24   $1,501,792   -28.4%   861   +157   $1,744   $12,833,687   -   6

16   N   Mission Mangal   FIP   $1,305,000   -   263   -   $4,962   $1,462,394   -   1

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