Author Topic: 2020 Weekend Box Office  (Read 638 times)

Description: new decade, new movies, new numbers

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline Gary

  • Bionic Cock
  • CXF Writer
  • Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 13,500
2020 Weekend Box Office
« on: January 05, 2020, 03:22:31 AM »
1   (1)   Star Wars: The Rise o…   Walt Disney   $33,739,000   -53%   4,406   n/c   $7,658   $450,796,441   3

2   (2)   Jumanji: The Next Level   Sony Pict…   $26,500,000   -25%   4,134   -93   $6,410   $236,206,405   4

3   (4)   Little Women   Sony Pict…   $13,575,000   -19%   3,308   n/c   $4,104   $60,023,332   2

4   N   The Grudge   Sony Pict…   $11,300,000       2,642       $4,277   $11,300,000   1

5   (3)   Frozen II   Walt Disney   $11,291,000   -33%   3,175   -90   $3,556   $449,876,364   7

6   (5)   Spies in Disguise   20th Cent…   $10,084,000   -24%   3,502   n/c   $2,879   $46,729,961   2

7   (6)   Knives Out   Lionsgate   $9,025,000   -9%   2,142   +120   $4,213   $130,256,694   6

8   (7)   Uncut Gems   A24   $7,820,000   -18%   2,686   +338   $2,911   $37,825,474   4

9   (9)   Bombshell   Lionsgate   $4,075,000   -15%   1,721   +241   $2,368   $24,569,144   4

10   (8)   Cats   Universal   $2,600,000   -46%   2,902   -478   $896   $24,690,935   3

11   (10)   Richard Jewell   Warner Bros.   $1,700,000   -45%   1,870   -632   $909   $21,179,186   4

12   (11)   Ford v. Ferrari   20th Cent…   $1,680,000   -7%   730   -63   $2,301   $109,949,840   8

13   (14)   A Beautiful Day in th…   Sony Pict…   $1,225,000   -15%   856   -158   $1,431   $58,803,665   7

-   (12)   Queen & Slim   Universal   $1,210,000   -29%   625   -74   $1,936   $42,704,770   6

"go ahead. keep screaming "Shut The Fuck Up " at me. it only makes my opinions Worse"

Offline Gary

  • Bionic Cock
  • CXF Writer
  • Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 13,500
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2020, 03:27:18 AM »
1   (17)   1917   Universal   $36,500,000   +5,809%   3,434   +3,423   $10,629   $39,221,279   3

2   (1)   Star Wars: The Rise o…   Walt Disney   $15,059,000   -56%   4,279   -127   $3,519   $478,169,690   4

3   (2)   Jumanji: The Next Level   Sony Pict…   $14,000,000   -47%   3,904   -230   $3,586   $257,124,981   5

4   (28)   Just Mercy   Warner Bros.   $10,000,000   +12,952%   2,375   +2,371   $4,211   $10,435,988   3

5   N   Like a Boss   Paramount…   $10,000,000       3,078       $3,249   $10,000,000   1

6   (3)   Little Women   Sony Pict…   $7,650,000   -44%   3,216   -92   $2,379   $74,031,009   3

7   N   Underwater   20th Cent…   $7,003,000       2,791       $2,509   $7,003,000   1

8   (4)   Frozen II   Walt Disney   $5,761,000   -51%   2,655   -520   $2,170   $459,384,042   8

9   (7)   Knives Out   Lionsgate   $5,725,000   -36%   2,060   -82   $2,779   $139,621,744   7

10   (6)   Spies in Disguise   20th Cent…   $5,108,000   -51%   2,671   -831   $1,912   $54,616,429   3

-   (5)   The Grudge   Sony Pict…   $3,500,000   -69%   2,642   n/c   $1,325   $17,906,715   2

11   (8)   Uncut Gems   A24   $3,500,000   -54%   2,081   -605   $1,682   $43,466,672   5

-   (9)   Bombshell   Lionsgate   $1,500,000   -63%   1,289   -432   $1,164   $27,948,223   5

"go ahead. keep screaming "Shut The Fuck Up " at me. it only makes my opinions Worse"

Offline Gary

  • Bionic Cock
  • CXF Writer
  • Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 13,500
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #2 on: January 19, 2020, 04:11:11 AM »
1   N   Bad Boys For Life   Sony Pict…   $59,175,000       3,775       $15,675   $59,175,000   1

2   N   Dolittle   Universal   $22,530,000       4,155       $5,422   $22,530,000   1

3   (1)   1917   Universal   $22,140,000   -40%   3,612   +178   $6,130   $76,756,984   4

4   (3)   Jumanji: The Next Level   Sony Pict…   $9,565,000   -32%   3,323   -581   $2,878   $270,477,975   6

5   (2)   Star Wars: The Rise o…   Walt Disney   $8,374,000   -45%   3,058   -1,221   $2,738   $492,019,801   5

6   (5)   Just Mercy   Warner Bros.   $6,000,000   -38%   2,457   +82   $2,442   $19,612,643   4

7   (6)   Little Women   Sony Pict…   $5,910,000   -24%   2,503   -713   $2,361   $84,401,052   4

8   (9)   Knives Out   Lionsgate   $4,300,000   -24%   1,667   -393   $2,579   $145,977,387   8

9   (4)   Like a Boss   Paramount…   $3,840,000   -62%   3,081   +3   $1,246   $16,923,588   2

10   (8)   Frozen II   Walt Disney   $3,717,000   -37%   2,080   -575   $1,787   $464,868,690   9

Barely holding on

11   (7)   Underwater   20th Cent…   $3,560,000   -49%   2,791   n/c   $1,276   $12,780,707   2

12   (10)   Spies in Disguise   20th Cent…   $2,588,000   -50%   1,761   -910   $1,470   $58,414,867   4

13   (14)   Parasite   Neon   $1,745,000   +83%   843   +498   $2,070   $27,733,645   15

14   N   Weathering With You   GKIDS   $1,731,372       486       $3,562   $4,777,622   1

15   (23)   Jojo Rabbit   Fox Searc…   $1,401,000   +587%   1,005   +880   $1,394   $23,530,072   14

-   (17)   Ford v. Ferrari   20th Cent…   $1,096,000   +44%   1,080   +513   $1,015   $112,906,388   10

"go ahead. keep screaming "Shut The Fuck Up " at me. it only makes my opinions Worse"

Offline Gary

  • Bionic Cock
  • CXF Writer
  • Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 13,500
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #3 on: January 26, 2020, 03:18:54 AM »
1   1   Bad Boys for Life   $34,000,000   -45.6%   3,775   -   $9,006   $120,644,165   2   Sony Pictures Releasing

2   2   1917   $15,800,000   -28.1%   3,937   +325   $4,013   $103,883,309   5   Universal Pictures

3   3   Dolittle   $12,500,000   -42.8%   4,155   -   $3,008   $44,684,730   2   Universal Pictures

4   -   The Gentlemen   $11,030,000   -   2,165   -   $5,094   $11,030,000   1   STX Entertainment

5   4   Jumanji: The Next Level   $7,900,000   -18.6%   3,121   -202   $2,531   $283,445,800   7   Sony Pictures Releasing

6   -   The Turning   $7,300,000   -   2,571   -   $2,839   $7,300,000   1   Universal Pictures

7   5   Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker   $5,173,000   -37.6%   2,800   -258   $1,847   $501,583,140   6   Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

8   6   Little Women   $4,700,000   -26.1%   2,528   +25   $1,859   $93,727,401   5   Sony Pictures Releasing

9   7   Just Mercy   $4,055,000   -29.8%   2,408   -49   $1,683   $27,078,382   5   Warner Bros.

10   8   Knives Out   $3,650,000   -14.7%   1,667   -   $2,189   $151,865,922   9   Lionsgate

Barely holding on

11   10   Frozen II   $2,549,000   -33.1%   1,750   -330   $1,456   $469,812,568   10   Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

12   14   Parasite   $2,000,000   +16.8%   1,060   +217   $1,886   $30,939,009   16   Neon

13   12   Spies in Disguise   $1,790,000   -33%   1,323   -438   $1,352   $62,049,741   5   Twentieth Century Fox

14   9   Like a Boss   $1,535,000   -62%   1,723   -1,358   $890   $20,532,029   3   Paramount Pictures

15   15   Jojo Rabbit   $1,360,000   -8.7%   1,160   +155   $1,172   $25,934,637   15   Fox Searchlight Pictures

16   11   Underwater   $1,195,000   -68%   1,677   -1,114   $712   $15,905,984   3   Twentieth Century Fox

17   -   The Last Full Measure   $1,055,335   -   614   -   $1,718   $1,055,335   1   Roadside Attractions

Other new releases

23   -   Panga   $281,000   -   102   -   $2,754   $281,000   1   FIP

24   -   Color Out of Space   $217,800   -   81   -   $2,688   $358,164   1   RLJE Films

"go ahead. keep screaming "Shut The Fuck Up " at me. it only makes my opinions Worse"

Offline fazzle

  • Member
  • **
  • Posts: 6,727
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #4 on: February 02, 2020, 06:40:58 AM »
I'll leave it to Gary to post the full results, but The Rhythm Section opened to just 2.8 million, the worst opening EVER for a movie in more than 3000 theaters.

Woof

Offline Gary

  • Bionic Cock
  • CXF Writer
  • Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 13,500
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #5 on: February 02, 2020, 06:53:27 AM »
I'll leave it to Gary to post the full results, but The Rhythm Section opened to just 2.8 million, the worst opening EVER for a movie in more than 3000 theaters.

Woof

Thanks for reminding me

1   1   Bad Boys for Life   $17,675,000   -48%   3,705   -70   $4,770   $148,051,531   3   Sony Pictures Releasing

2   2   1917   $9,660,000   -39.3%   3,987   +50   $2,422   $119,246,389   6   Universal Pictures

3   3   Dolittle   $7,700,000   -36.9%   3,750   -405   $2,053   $55,218,820   3   Universal Pictures

4   -   Gretel & Hansel   $6,050,830   -   3,007   -   $2,012   $6,050,830   1   United Artists Releasing

5   4   The Gentlemen   $6,010,000   -43.6%   2,675   +510   $2,246   $20,441,089   2   STX Entertainment

6   5   Jumanji: The Next Level   $6,000,000   -22.1%   2,945   -176   $2,037   $291,217,153   8   Sony Pictures Releasing

7   7   Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker   $3,193,000   -42.7%   2,202   -598   $1,450   $507,056,021   7   Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

8   6   The Turning   $3,050,000   -56.1%   2,571   -   $1,186   $11,705,440   2   Universal Pictures

9   8   Little Women   $3,015,000   -34.5%   2,301   -227   $1,310   $98,770,632   6   Sony Pictures Releasing

10   -   The Rhythm Section   $2,800,000   -   3,049   -   $918   $2,800,000   1   Paramount Pictures

Barely holding on

11   10   Knives Out   $2,750,000   -22.3%   1,555   -112   $1,768   $155,734,764   10   Lionsgate

12   9   Just Mercy   $2,355,000   -41.6%   1,807   -601   $1,303   $30,996,409   6   Warner Bros.

13   11   Frozen II   $1,721,000   -35%   1,392   -358   $1,236   $472,358,370   11   Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

14   12   Parasite   $1,627,500   -17.5%   1,060   -   $1,535   $33,396,780   17   Neon

15   15   Jojo Rabbit   $1,352,000   -3.8%   1,173   +13   $1,152   $27,980,411   16   Fox Searchlight Pictures

16   13   Spies in Disguise   $1,167,000   -33.7%   1,028   -295   $1,135   $63,577,126   6   Twentieth Century Fox

17   -   2020 Oscar-Nominated Short Films   $1,110,000   -   460   -   $2,413   $1,110,000   1   Magnolia Pictures

"Parasite" is already on Blu (and is the best movie I've seen in in a long time) and it's still raking in some cash.

Other new releases

29   -   The Assistant   $84,702   -   4   -   $21,175   $84,702   1   Bleecker Street Media

31   -   Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words   $74,718   -   23   -   $3,248   $74,718   1   Manifold Productions Inc.

37   -   The Traitor   $25,530   -   3   -   $8,510   $25,530   1   Sony Pictures Classics

38   -   Incitement   $21,750   -   2   -   $10,875   $21,750   1   Greenwich Entertainment

40   -   Beanpole   $10,515   -   1   -   $10,515   $14,197   1   Kino Lorber

41   -   José   $10,200   -   1   -   $10,200   $10,200   1   Outsider Pictures

"go ahead. keep screaming "Shut The Fuck Up " at me. it only makes my opinions Worse"

Online Winter Epicland

  • Reine of Terror
  • Member
  • **
  • Posts: 7,641
  • Epic Reine
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #6 on: February 02, 2020, 07:09:30 AM »
I love that the people who thought Bad Boys would bomb without Michael Bay are eating their words now.

Offline DMann1979

  • That's a Shame
  • Member
  • **
  • Posts: 1,674
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #7 on: February 02, 2020, 11:36:55 AM »
So 5 of the 9 Best Picture nominees this year have grossed over 100 million domestic (or will after this week for Little Women). That’s pretty damn good, and 2 of the remaining 4 were Netflix films with limited theatrical windows so hard to gauge their success. Parasite is a foreign film with 35 million domestic and way more worldwide, another hit. Only Jojo Rabbitt had a small domestic gross.

Offline Gary

  • Bionic Cock
  • CXF Writer
  • Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 13,500
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #8 on: February 09, 2020, 03:58:58 AM »
1   -   Birds of Prey   $33,250,000   -   4,236   -   $7,849   $33,250,000   1   Warner Bros.

2   1   Bad Boys for Life   $12,005,000   -32.1%   3,530   -175   $3,400   $166,327,207   4   Sony Pictures Releasing

3   2   1917   $9,000,000   -5.2%   3,548   -439   $2,536   $132,542,909   7   Universal Pictures

4   3   Dolittle   $6,660,000   -12.3%   3,462   -288   $1,923   $63,959,985   4   Universal Pictures

5   5   Jumanji: The Next Level   $5,530,000   -7.8%   2,729   -216   $2,026   $298,460,411   9   Sony Pictures Releasing

6   6   The Gentlemen   $4,180,000   -25.5%   2,557   -118   $1,634   $26,851,981   3   STX Entertainment

7   4   Gretel & Hansel   $3,510,659   -43%   3,007   -   $1,167   $11,534,899   2   United Artists Releasing

8   11   Knives Out   $2,350,000   -8.9%   1,443   -112   $1,628   $158,941,650   11   Lionsgate

9   8   Little Women   $2,325,000   -24.4%   1,805   -496   $1,288   $102,673,143   7   Sony Pictures Releasing

10   7   Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker   $2,226,000   -30.7%   1,746   -456   $1,274   $510,547,478   8   Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Barely holding on

11   9   The Turning   $1,540,000   -48.9%   1,848   -723   $833   $14,151,330   3   Universal Pictures

12   12   Just Mercy   $1,540,000   -29%   1,315   -492   $1,171   $33,390,112   7   Warner Bros.

13   15   Jojo Rabbit   $1,534,000   +14%   1,096   -77   $1,399   $30,280,950   17   Fox Searchlight Pictures

14   14   Parasite   $1,500,000   +2.7%   1,060   -   $1,415   $35,472,282   18   Neon

15   13   Frozen II   $1,322,000   -26%   1,131   -261   $1,168   $474,255,674   12   Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Other new releases

29   -   The Lodge   $78,104   -   6   -   $13,017   $78,104   1   Neon

30   -   Come to Daddy   $61,381   -   29   -   $2,116   $61,381   1   Saban Films

39   -   And Then We Danced   $14,078   -   2   -   $7,039   $14,078   1   Music Box Films

"go ahead. keep screaming "Shut The Fuck Up " at me. it only makes my opinions Worse"

Offline Gary

  • Bionic Cock
  • CXF Writer
  • Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 13,500
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #9 on: February 16, 2020, 04:39:11 AM »
1   -   Sonic the Hedgehog   $57,000,000   -   4,167   -   $13,678   $57,000,000   1   Paramount Pictures

2   1   Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn   $17,115,000   -48.2%   4,236   -   $4,040   $59,273,302   2   Warner Bros.

3   -   Fantasy Island   $12,400,000   -   2,784   -   $4,454   $12,400,000   1   Sony Pictures Releasing

4   -   The Photograph   $12,270,000   -   2,516   -   $4,876   $12,270,000   1   Universal Pictures

5   2   Bad Boys for Life   $11,305,000   -5.9%   3,185   -345   $3,549   $181,327,306   5   Sony Pictures Releasing

6   3   1917   $8,090,000   -12.4%   2,084   -1,464   $3,881   $144,414,984   8   Universal Pictures

7   5   Jumanji: The Next Level   $5,700,000   +2.6%   2,729   -   $2,088   $305,716,286   10   Sony Pictures Releasing

8   11   Parasite   $5,500,500   +234.2%   2,001   +941   $2,748   $43,188,048   19   Neon

9   4   Dolittle   $5,050,000   -22.7%   2,869   -593   $1,760   $70,501,515   5   Universal Pictures

10   -   Downhill   $4,671,000   -   2,301   -   $2,029   $4,671,000   1   Fox Searchlight Pictures

Barely holding on

11   6   The Gentlemen   $2,730,000   -35.2%   1,802   -755   $1,514   $31,254,063   4   STX Entertainment

12   10   Knives Out   $2,127,000   -7.4%   1,154   -289   $1,843   $161,838,017   12   Lionsgate

13   8   Little Women   $1,525,000   -35.8%   1,035   -770   $1,473   $105,328,006   8   Sony Pictures Releasing

14   7   Gretel & Hansel   $1,493,261   -58.3%   1,645   -1,362   $907   $14,175,178   3   United Artists Releasing

15   9   Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker   $1,267,000   -45.2%   992   -754   $1,277   $512,753,363   9   Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Other new releases

30   -   First Lady   $60,517   -   68   -   $889   $60,517   1   ArtAffects Entertainment

33   -   The Times of Bill Cunningham   $44,475   -   2   -   $22,237   $44,475   1   Greenwich Entertainment

35   -   Ordinary Love   $24,874   -   3   -   $8,291   $24,874   1   Bleecker Street Media

"go ahead. keep screaming "Shut The Fuck Up " at me. it only makes my opinions Worse"

Offline Joyful & Soyful

  • brock lock
  • Member
  • **
  • Posts: 6,242
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #10 on: February 16, 2020, 04:51:07 AM »
Will Ferrell is box office poison these days. The Daddy's Home movies did good more because Mark Wahlberg is a draw than him. The House, Holmes and Watson, and now Downhill have all done terrible. Even as bad as Sandler's comedies are they still make a ton of money.

Offline Baby Shoes

  • CXF Writer
  • Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 21,209
  • Baby Shoes
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #11 on: February 16, 2020, 05:58:36 AM »
I had not heard of Downhill til maybe a week or two ago when a trailer randomly came on TV during a commercial break.
[img width=800

Quote
Fan: WHY CAN REY BEAT BIG GUYS BUT NOT KIDMAN
Kevin Nash: Kidman wears a wife beater

Offline Cool, Bad, & Handsome

  • Member
  • **
  • Posts: 28,929
  • KOAB
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #12 on: February 16, 2020, 06:33:52 AM »
wtf sonic made that much

Offline Youth N Asia

  • 2016 & 2017 Death Pool Reaper
  • Member
  • **
  • Posts: 10,319
  • STRONG STYLE!
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #13 on: February 16, 2020, 06:36:13 AM »
wtf sonic made that much

By most accounts... it’s good.


Will Ferrell hadn’t made an appealing looking movie in a decade.

Offline Cool, Bad, & Handsome

  • Member
  • **
  • Posts: 28,929
  • KOAB
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #14 on: February 16, 2020, 07:06:46 AM »
sonic made more money in one weekend than birds of prey has made in 10 days

I am still at wtf levels now mixed with


Offline Gary

  • Bionic Cock
  • CXF Writer
  • Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 13,500
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #15 on: February 23, 2020, 03:01:48 AM »
1   1   Sonic the Hedgehog   $26,300,000   -54.7%   4,198   +31   $6,264   $106,601,671   2   Paramount Pictures

2   -   The Call of the Wild   $24,820,000   -   3,752   -   $6,615   $24,820,000   1   Twentieth Century Fox

3   2   Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn   $7,005,000   -59.2%   3,565   -671   $1,964   $72,529,015   3   Warner Bros.

4   -   Brahms: The Boy II   $5,900,000   -   2,151   -   $2,742   $5,900,000   1   STX Entertainment

5   5   Bad Boys for Life   $5,860,000   -49.2%   2,972   -213   $1,971   $191,175,645   6   Sony Pictures Releasing

6   6   1917   $4,400,000   -45.6%   2,725   +641   $1,614   $151,987,469   9   Universal Pictures

7   3   Fantasy Island   $4,185,000   -66%   2,784   -   $1,503   $20,172,070   2   Sony Pictures Releasing

8   7   Parasite   $3,121,000   -45.1%   1,805   -196   $1,729   $48,942,493   20   Neon

9   8   Jumanji: The Next Level   $3,000,000   -45.9%   2,126   -603   $1,411   $310,964,423   11   Sony Pictures Releasing

10   4   The Photograph   $2,800,000   -77%   2,516   -   $1,112   $17,644,640   2   Universal Pictures

"Parasite" has been on Blu Ray for nearly 4 weeks and it's still making millions. Anyways, here's what's barely holding on

11   -   Impractical Jokers: The Movie   $2,608,923   -   357   -   $7,307   $2,608,923   1   truTV

12   9   Dolittle   $1,850,000   -62%   2,265   -604   $816   $74,494,290   6   Universal Pictures

13   10   Downhill   $1,432,000   -69%   2,311   +10   $619   $7,404,260   2   Fox Searchlight Pictures

14   11   The Gentlemen   $1,240,000   -54.9%   1,133   -669   $1,094   $33,637,342   5   STX Entertainment

Other new releases

22   -   Emma.   $230,000   -   5   -   $46,000   $230,000   

25   -   CatVideoFest 2020   $220,150   -   30   -   $7,338   $220,150   1   Oscilloscope

29   -   Seberg   $60,487   -   3   -   $20,162   $60,487   1   Amazon Studios

33   -   Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and the Band   $41,500   -   4   -   $10,375   $41,500   1   Magnolia Pictures

37   -   Ride Your Wave   $15,340   -   12   -   $1,278   $316,129   1   Fathom Event

"go ahead. keep screaming "Shut The Fuck Up " at me. it only makes my opinions Worse"

Offline fazzle

  • Member
  • **
  • Posts: 6,727
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #16 on: February 23, 2020, 07:05:42 AM »
25   -   CatVideoFest 2020   $220,150   -   30   -   $7,338   $220,150   1   Oscilloscope

Ok now you're just making shit up.

Offline Baby Shoes

  • CXF Writer
  • Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 21,209
  • Baby Shoes
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #17 on: February 23, 2020, 08:42:05 AM »
[img width=800

Quote
Fan: WHY CAN REY BEAT BIG GUYS BUT NOT KIDMAN
Kevin Nash: Kidman wears a wife beater

Offline Gary

  • Bionic Cock
  • CXF Writer
  • Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 13,500
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #18 on: February 23, 2020, 11:05:17 AM »
25   -   CatVideoFest 2020   $220,150   -   30   -   $7,338   $220,150   1   Oscilloscope

Ok now you're just making shit up.
I'd watch it

"go ahead. keep screaming "Shut The Fuck Up " at me. it only makes my opinions Worse"

Online Harley Quinn

  • Admin
  • Member
  • *******
  • Posts: 16,722
    • Culture Crossfire
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #19 on: February 25, 2020, 01:07:38 AM »
Birds of Prey may be a bust but it has a chance to match its production budget of $85 Million if it can hang on in theaters for another month or so. For comparison, Shazam! had a $100 Million budget and made $140 Million domestic by the end of its run. The idiots who decided to not just name this Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey at the start should all be fired, what inept marketing.

Call of the Wild seriously needs a push to not be a bomb considering its $125 Million budget (I heard the dog was fully computer animated...).

Online Sty Guy Kamala

  • CXF Writer
  • Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 25,674
  • Sometimes A Friend is Worth A Billion Dollars
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #20 on: February 25, 2020, 03:07:51 AM »
Not only was the dog computer animated but I think most of the set was greenscreened. At that point, why not just make a CGI movie instead of having old bearded Harrison Ford grumble to a some Cirque De Soleil performer in tights with ping pong balls strapped to it for six months?

Offline RedJed

  • Member
  • **
  • Posts: 4,765
  • Rasslin' Rambler
    • RedJed's Rasslin' Rants - Only on YouTube! The latest in the wild and wacky world of pro wrestling!!
Re: 2020 Weekend Box Office
« Reply #21 on: February 25, 2020, 03:19:33 AM »
I went to Call of the Wild this past weekend and yep, it felt VERY heavy effects not just with all of the dogs, but the background as well in many facets. The film felt in ways like it was one greenscreen scene after the next? Was it done well? Kinda, but it seemed obvious how heavy with CGI it was. I get they were attempting to humanize all the dogs, but I felt they went a little too far with it.