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Old 07-01-11, 05:06 PM
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Re: Na Na Na Na! Hey Hey Hey! Goodbye 3D!: Week(end) Box Office for 6/29 - 7/4

In other news, Super 8 has now made $100,536,000.
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Re: Na Na Na Na! Hey Hey Hey! Goodbye 3D!: Week(end) Box Office for 6/29 - 7/4

Early projections from Deadline...

1. Transformers 3 (Paramount) NEW (opened Tues) [4,013 Theaters]
Tuesday $5.5M (9 PM), Wednesday $37.7M, Thursday $21.4M
Friday $33.5M, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
Three-Day Weekend $100M, Four-Day Holiday $120M
First Five Days $160M, First Seven Days $185M

2. Cars 2 (Disney) Week 2 [4,115 Theaters]
Friday $7.7m (-70%), Saturday, Sunday, Monday
Three-Day Weekend $23M, Four-Day Holiday $28M, Cume $119M

3. Bad Teacher (Sony) Week 2 [3,049 Theaters]
Friday $4.3M (-63%), Saturday, Sunday, Monday
Three-Day Weekend $15M, Four-Day Holiday $17.5M, Cume $63M

4. Larry Crowne (Universal) NEW [2,972 Theaters]
Friday $4.1M, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
Three-Day Weekend $13.5M, Four-Day Holiday $16.8M

5. Monte Carlo (Fox) NEW [2,472 Theaters]
Friday $3M, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
Three-Day Weekend $9M, Four-Day Holiday $10M

6. Green Lantern (Warner Bros) Week 3 [3,280 Theaters]
Friday $2.2M, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
Three-Day Weekend $7.5M, Four-Day Holiday $9M, Cume $105M

7. Super 8 (Paramount) Week 4 [3,088 Theaters]
Friday $1.8M, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
Three-Day Weekend $5.5M, Four Day Holiday $6.5M, Cume $107M

8. Mr Popper's Penguins (Fox) Week 3 [2,861 Theaters]
Friday $1.5M, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
Three-Day Weekend $4.3M, Four-Day Holiday $5.5M, Cume $50.5M

9. Bridesmaids (Universal) Week 8 [1,389 Theaters]
Friday $1M, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
Three-day Weekend $3.3M, Four-Day Holiday $4M, Cume $153.4M

10. Midnight In Paris (Sony Classics) Week 7 [951 Theaters]
Friday $875K, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
Three-Day Weekend $3.2M, Four-Day Holiday $4M, Cume $34.2M
They are also estimating international numbers for Transformers to reach $200 million through Monday.
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Re: Na Na Na Na! Hey Hey Hey! Goodbye 3D!: Week(end) Box Office for 6/29 - 7/4

Bridesmaids is now the highest-grossing movie either written, directed, or produced by Apatow.
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I think the better word of mouth will carry TF3 past $300m. It doesn't have much for competition until HP7 in 2 weeks, so I think it'll clean up better than it might've otherwise.
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Re: Na Na Na Na! Hey Hey Hey! Goodbye 3D!: Week(end) Box Office for 6/29 - 7/4

Originally Posted by Mr. Cinema View Post
Early projections from Deadline...



They are also estimating international numbers for Transformers to reach $200 million through Monday.
Seems the thread title was a bit coughPrematurecough
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Re: Na Na Na Na! Hey Hey Hey! Goodbye 3D!: Week(end) Box Office for 6/29 - 7/4

What is Monte Carlo?
Old 07-02-11, 11:12 PM
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Originally Posted by PopcornTreeCt View Post
What is Monte Carlo?
Heh, I was wondering the same thing.

Selena Gomez is in it, which is probably why we hadn't heard of it.
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Estimates from Boxoffice.com:

1 Transformers: Dark of the Moon $97,400,000 -- 4,013 -- $24,271 $162,125,000 1 Paramount / DreamWorks
2 Cars 2 $25,112,000 -62% 4,115 0 $6,103 $116,042,615 2 Disney
3 Bad Teacher $14,100,000 -55% 3,049 0 $4,624 $59,545,971 2 Sony / Columbia
4 Larry Crowne $13,006,875 -- 2,973 -- $4,375 $13,006,875 1 Universal
5 Monte Carlo $7,600,000 -- 2,473 -- $3,073 $7,600,000 1 Fox
6 Green Lantern $6,270,000 -65% 3,280 -536 $1,912 $101,962,253 3 Warner Bros.
7 Mr. Popper's Penguins $5,100,000 -50% 2,861 -481 $1,783 $50,124,722 3 Fox
8 Bridesmaids $3,521,115 -33% 1,389 -642 $2,535 $152,895,480 8 Universal
9 X-Men: First Class $2,900,000 -57% 1,602 -1031 $1,810 $138,611,727 5 Fox
10 The Hangover Part II $2,270,000 -59% 1,568 -1187 $1,448 $248,117,688 6 Warner Bros.
11 Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides $2,155,000 -56% 1,473 -771 $1,463 $233,702,893 7 Disney
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Happy to see Larry Crowne bomb. That'll teach them to put Julia Roberts in movies!
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Re: Na Na Na Na! Hey Hey Hey! Goodbye 3D!: Week(end) Box Office for 6/29 - 7/4

^^^^^
I really didn't care to see Transformers 3, and having to pay 16.00 for an imax ticket.
It was much a better movie than I thought it would be. Kind of like an apology for
Transformers 2.
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Super 8 is missing from your list, should be number 6 with $7.5M

Originally Posted by Mr. Cinema View Post
Estimates from Boxoffice.com:

1 Transformers: Dark of the Moon $97,400,000 -- 4,013 -- $24,271 $162,125,000 1 Paramount / DreamWorks
2 Cars 2 $25,112,000 -62% 4,115 0 $6,103 $116,042,615 2 Disney
3 Bad Teacher $14,100,000 -55% 3,049 0 $4,624 $59,545,971 2 Sony / Columbia
4 Larry Crowne $13,006,875 -- 2,973 -- $4,375 $13,006,875 1 Universal
5 Monte Carlo $7,600,000 -- 2,473 -- $3,073 $7,600,000 1 Fox
6 Green Lantern $6,270,000 -65% 3,280 -536 $1,912 $101,962,253 3 Warner Bros.
7 Mr. Popper's Penguins $5,100,000 -50% 2,861 -481 $1,783 $50,124,722 3 Fox
8 Bridesmaids $3,521,115 -33% 1,389 -642 $2,535 $152,895,480 8 Universal
9 X-Men: First Class $2,900,000 -57% 1,602 -1031 $1,810 $138,611,727 5 Fox
10 The Hangover Part II $2,270,000 -59% 1,568 -1187 $1,448 $248,117,688 6 Warner Bros.
11 Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides $2,155,000 -56% 1,473 -771 $1,463 $233,702,893 7 Disney
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Happy to see Larry Crowne bomb. That'll teach them to put Julia Roberts in movies!
I think it bombed because Tom Hanks is "Unpatriotic".
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3D is not down and out...TF3 shows that.

The movie was filmed in 3D, not a cheap after thought designed as a money grab out out my hard earned cash.

I will only go to movies now that was created to be 3D.

TF3 was awesome in 3D, better than Avatar because it was completely live action.
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Originally Posted by Iron_Giant View Post
TF3 was awesome in 3D, better than Avatar because it was completely live action.
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Re: Na Na Na Na! Hey Hey Hey! Goodbye 3D!: Week(end) Box Office for 6/29 - 7/4

I'm still indifferent to 3D. I went to the theater on Wednesday evening. I didn't get there in time for the 3D show, and didn't really care. So I watched it in 2D.

I do like hearing that it's getting better and better. The idea of watching a movie as a crystal-clear live-action diorama is exciting to me.
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Originally Posted by Iron_Giant View Post
TF3 was awesome in 3D, better than Avatar because it was completely live action.
In fact, Michael Bay and Werner Herzog were competing for who could get their 3D documentaries out first. Herzog won, but only because he hypnotized distributors with his voice.
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Happy to see Larry Crowne bomb. That'll teach them to put Julia Roberts in movies!
Julia Roberts always have been an extremely overrated actress! There is nothing extraordinary, nor spectacular about her acting. She just mediocre!
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Re: Na Na Na Na! Hey Hey Hey! Goodbye 3D!: Week(end) Box Office for 6/29 - 7/4

Were you not able to get this?



Originally Posted by Matthew Chmiel View Post
In less than twenty-four hours, Paramount is releasing Transformers: Dark of the Moon only in 3D, as early as 8:30PM, until its official midnight release. Paramount has been notorious in the past on how theaters treat their 3D films. When it came to the release of How To Train Your Dragon, the only way theaters could show the film in 2D was by showing it in 3D. For more recent releases, theaters were advised to have a 2:1 ratio when it came to 3D vs. 2D screens. However, let's hear what the Hollywood Reporter has to say about the ongoing events of the next few days...



To recap, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen grossed $200 million in its first five days. No 3D, but there were IMAX showings which did account for $11.7 million (17% of that five-day take). If Paramount's tracking is correct, $150-160 million is for an entire straight week. On day seven, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen was already at $228 million. If we want to rub salt in some wounds, the original Transformers was already at $166 million by day seven. That's with no 3D and no IMAX. Paramount is already bracing for a low turnout due to the general public's sudden backlash to movie theaters (I wonder why...).

It's hard to say if people were that turned off by the last outing, but the majority seemed to like it as it grossed over $835 million worldwide.

However, if that tracking is correct, not only did the first sequel make some detractors... WE CAN SAY SAYONARA TO 3D! All eyes are on this release to see if 3D has life left in it. If less than 50% of the turnout is 3D, expect more and more released to be 2D only.

Too bad, I was awaiting Step Up 4 Sho to be put out in 3D.
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Julia Roberts always have been an extremely overrated actress! There is nothing extraordinary, nor spectacular about her acting. She just mediocre!
No need to yell.
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No need to yell.
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No need to yell.
I didn't yell! That post wasn't written in all caps, which will indicate as shouting.
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I do like hearing that it's getting better and better. The idea of watching a movie as a crystal-clear live-action diorama is exciting to me.
Watch Step Up 3D and the Fusion-shot scenes of Jackass 3D to get this effect. Transformers had no depth of field.
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I didn't yell!
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Originally Posted by Iron_Giant View Post
3D is not down and out...TF3 shows that.

TF3 was awesome in 3D, better than Avatar because it was completely live action.
Yep, you've gotta give Bay credit--lining up a cast of real giant robots to be in his film and then recruiting an equal number of stunt robots for the fight scenes. That's why the budget was so high--do you realize what the fuel service bills for robots that size are? And the massive trailers they require? And the loss of production time when one of them trips up and falls during a take?

When TF3 wins the Oscars it so surely deserves, I want all of those robots to stand on that stage with Bay and Bruckheimer and share in the glory.
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Originally Posted by Iron_Giant View Post
3D is not down and out...TF3 shows that.

The movie was filmed in 3D, not a cheap after thought designed as a money grab out out my hard earned cash.

I will only go to movies now that was created to be 3D.

TF3 was awesome in 3D, better than Avatar because it was completely live action.
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