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Old 11-05-16, 01:14 AM
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Re: The Official Box Office Discussion Thread

People are going to want to get their minds off of things this weekend. Wouldn't be surprised if Strange way over performers because of it.
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Agreed, it should do well this and next weekend. I actually think it has a solid shot of cracking $92m+ this weekend.
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Box Office Prophets predicts a $78M opening weekend based on Friday's (and Thursday night's) numbers.
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Weekend Estimates for 11/4 - 11/6, 2016 (from Friday and Saturday numbers + Sunday estimates):

<<Last Weekend <Last YearView Index: By Year | By Weekend 
TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1 N Doctor Strange BV $84,989,000 - 3,882 - $21,893 $84,989,000 $165 1
2 N Trolls Fox $45,600,000 - 4,060 - $11,232 $45,600,000 $125 1
3 N Hacksaw Ridge LGF $14,750,000 - 2,886 - $5,111 $14,750,000 - 1
4 1 Boo! A Madea Halloween LGF $7,800,000 -54.7% 2,234 -65 $3,491 $64,990,055 $20 3
5 2 Inferno Sony $6,250,000 -57.9% 3,576 - $1,748 $26,057,930 $75 2
6 4 The Accountant WB $5,950,000 -29.8% 2,688 -714 $2,214 $70,858,194 $44 4
7 3 Jack Reacher: Never Go Back Par. $5,580,000 -42.1% 3,079 -701 $1,812 $49,240,000 $60 3
8 5 Ouija: Origin of Evil Uni. $3,983,000 -44.0% 2,380 -788 $1,674 $31,372,250 $9 3
9 6 The Girl on the Train (2016) Uni. $2,775,000 -36.7% 1,572 -1,186 $1,765 $70,732,365 $45 5
10 7 Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Fox $2,100,000 -48.4% 1,710 -1,087 $1,228 $83,334,389 $110 6
11 16 Moonlight (2016) A24 $1,332,414 +56.7% 83 +47 $16,053 $3,087,112 - 3
12 8 Keeping Up with the Joneses Fox $1,140,000 -66.4% 1,064 -1,958 $1,071 $13,355,236 - 3
13 9 Storks WB $1,041,000 -63.5% 1,155 -746 $901 $70,008,504 $70 7
14 10 Ae Dil Hai Mushkil FIP $800,000 -63.5% 296 -6 $2,703 $3,636,565 - 2
15 11 Deepwater Horizon LG/S $795,000 -62.0% 783 -1,271 $1,015 $59,964,138 $110 6
16 12 Kevin Hart: What Now? Uni. $607,000 -64.6% 453 -1,203 $1,340 $23,157,480 $9.9 4
17 15 Sully WB $556,000 -40.4% 454 -401 $1,225 $123,316,219 $60 9
18 13 The Magnificent Seven (2016) Sony $465,000 -65.3% 490 -840 $949 $92,251,029 $90 7
19 14 Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life LGF $415,000 -67.1% 485 -810 $856 $19,129,785 $8.5 5
20 17 Denial BST $288,423 -53.8% 218 -369 $1,323 $3,577,579 - 6
21 21 The Handmaiden Magn. $280,000 -14.8% 99 +23 $2,828 $908,238 - 3
22 18 The Birth of a Nation FoxS $262,000 -53.0% 197 -207 $1,330 $15,574,191 $8.5 5


Moonlight is crushing it in limited release. Very solid numbers for Trolls and Doc Strange. Doctor Strange is currently at about $325m worldwide.

Jack Reacher is at $112m worldwide
Trolls is at $114m worldwide
Inferno at about $165m ww
Bridget Jones's Baby crossed $200m Worldwide as well not bad with only a $25m domestic.

Last edited by RichC2; 11-06-16 at 01:59 PM.
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Accountant also having a nice little run. Just crossed $100M WW.
Old 11-12-16, 07:07 PM
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Arrival made more per theater than Strange yesterday, it is gearing to make $23m and arrive at #3 for the weekend.

Trolls in #2, Strange in #1
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11/11/2016 - 11/13/2016 Weekend Estimates:

<<Last Weekend <Last YearView Index: By Year | By Weekend 
TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1 1 Doctor Strange BV $43,032,000 -49.4% 3,882 - $11,085 $153,014,169 $165 2
2 2 Trolls Fox $35,050,000 -24.8% 4,066 +6 $8,620 $94,014,315 $125 2
3 N Arrival Par. $24,000,000 - 2,317 - $10,358 $24,000,000 $47 1
4 N Almost Christmas Uni. $15,564,000 - 2,376 - $6,551 $15,564,000 $17 1
5 3 Hacksaw Ridge LGF $10,775,000 -29.1% 2,971 +85 $3,627 $32,264,321 - 2
6 6 The Accountant WB $4,570,000 -22.2% 2,342 -346 $1,951 $77,725,755 $44 5
7 N Shut In EC $3,700,000 - 2,058 - $1,798 $3,700,000 - 1
8 4 Boo! A Madea Halloween LGF $3,550,000 -54.1% 2,104 -130 $1,687 $70,408,079 $20 4
9 7 Jack Reacher: Never Go Back Par. $3,325,000 -39.0% 2,584 -495 $1,287 $54,586,711 $60 4
10 5 Inferno Sony $3,250,000 -47.3% 2,656 -920 $1,224 $31,582,015 $75 3
11 8 Ouija: Origin of Evil Uni. $1,783,000 -53.9% 1,538 -842 $1,159 $34,293,090 $9 4
12 9 The Girl on the Train (2016) Uni. $1,677,000 -37.7% 1,008 -564 $1,664 $73,380,130 $45 6
13 11 Moonlight (2016) A24 $1,360,802 +10.2% 176 +93 $7,732 $4,778,462 - 4
14 10 Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Fox $1,245,000 -39.3% 955 -755 $1,304 $85,192,107 $110 7
15 12 Keeping Up with the Joneses Fox $550,000 -49.6% 510 -554 $1,078 $14,276,578 $40 4
16 27 Loving Focus $532,000 +233.3% 46 +42 $11,565 $740,191 - 2
17 15 Deepwater Horizon LG/S $407,000 -45.7% 390 -393 $1,044 $60,597,287 $110 7
18 20 A Man Called Ove MBox $377,411 +2.4% 190 +23 $1,986 $2,424,513 - 7
19 14 Ae Dil Hai Mushkil FIP $275,000 -65.0% 163 -133 $1,687 $4,108,896 - 3
20 19 Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life LGF $270,000 -33.4% 226 -259 $1,195 $19,568,578 $8.5 6
21 34 Pete's Dragon (2016) BV $228,000 +135.3% 179 +89 $1,274 $75,812,483 $65 14
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I think the budget was modest on Arrival. $50 mil I think. That's not a bad haul...
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So I take it the Tom Cruise and Tom Hanks films are officially flops.
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Re: The Official Box Office Discussion Thread

Originally Posted by OldBoy
I think the budget was modest on Arrival. $50 mil I think. That's not a bad haul...
The budget is right there in the chart above.
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Re: The Official Box Office Discussion Thread

Originally Posted by Ash Ketchum
So I take it the Tom Cruise and Tom Hanks films are officially flops.
Not really, Inferno made a lot of money overseas.
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Girl on the Train was modest hit...
Old 11-13-16, 07:07 PM
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The Girl on the Train: Domestic: $73.4m, Foreign: $71.9m, Worldwide: $145.3m, Budget: $45m
Inferno Domestic: $31.4m, Foreign: $171m, WW: $202.6m, Budget: $75m
Jack Reacher: Never Stop Never Reaching - Domestic: $54.5m, Foreign: $73m, WW: $127.6m, Budget: $60m

Originally Posted by OldBoy
I think the budget was modest on Arrival. $50 mil I think. That's not a bad haul...
To note, Paramount only owns US rights to Arrival, they paid $20m for it at Cannes 2 years ago. Sony owns most other territories.
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Weekend of 11/18 - 11/20/2016

<<Last Weekend <Last YearView Index: By Year | By Weekend 
TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1 N Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them WB $75,000,000 - 4,144 - $18,098 $75,000,000 $180 1
2 1 Doctor Strange BV $17,676,000 -58.9% 3,694 -188 $4,785 $181,542,877 $165 3
3 2 Trolls Fox $17,500,000 -50.0% 3,945 -121 $4,436 $116,214,533 $125 3
4 3 Arrival Par. $11,800,000 -51.0% 2,335 +18 $5,054 $43,370,799 $47 2
5 4 Almost Christmas Uni. $7,040,000 -53.5% 2,379 +3 $2,959 $25,420,740 $17 2
6 5 Hacksaw Ridge LGF $6,750,000 -36.5% 2,883 -88 $2,341 $42,854,292 - 3
7 N The Edge of Seventeen STX $4,825,000 - 1,945 - $2,481 $4,825,000 $9 1
8 N Bleed for This ORF $2,357,946 - 1,549 - $1,522 $2,357,946 $6 1
9 6 The Accountant WB $2,115,000 -52.1% 1,423 -919 $1,486 $81,252,018 $44 6
10 7 Shut In EC $1,600,000 -55.7% 2,006 -52 $798 $6,036,645 - 2
11 13 Moonlight (2016) A24 $1,583,433 +25.1% 650 +474 $2,436 $6,739,483 - 5
12 8 Boo! A Madea Halloween LGF $1,175,000 -66.6% 1,171 -933 $1,003 $72,167,821 $20 5
13 9 Jack Reacher: Never Go Back Par. $1,000,000 -69.7% 1,110 -1,474 $901 $56,669,185 $60 5
14 32 Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk TriS $930,000 +714.9% 1,176 +1,174 $791 $1,086,611 - 2
15 16 Loving Focus $854,000 +66.5% 137 +91 $6,234 $1,737,088 - 3
16 10 Inferno Sony $640,000 -80.4% 770 -1,886 $831 $33,373,473 $75 4
17 12 The Girl on the Train (2016) Uni. $576,000 -64.8% 492 -516 $1,171 $74,457,105 $45 7
18 N Nocturnal Animals Focus $494,000 - 37 - $13,351 $494,000 - 1
19 14 Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Fox $400,000 -67.0% 464 -491 $862 $85,787,641 $110 8
20 11 Ouija: Origin of Evil Uni. $295,000 -83.0% 381 -1,157 $774 $34,896,030 $9 5
21 N Manchester by the Sea RAtt. $241,230 - 4 - $60,308 $241,230 - 1


Fantastic Beasts did well but there's speculation if it did well enough to spawn it into a full blown franchise. Edge of Seventeen didn't do so hot, nor did Bleed for This (Hands of Stone opened slightly lower, Boxing isn't a hot topic right now).
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Thanksgiving 2016 Estimates as of Sunday:

<<Last Weekend <Last YearView Index: By Year | By Weekend 
TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1 N Moana BV $55,523,000 - 3,875 - $14,329 $81,108,000 - 1
2 1 Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them WB $45,100,000 -39.4% 4,144 - $10,883 $156,228,123 $180 2
3 2 Doctor Strange BV $13,369,000 -24.7% 3,008 -686 $4,444 $205,093,475 $165 4
4 N Allied Par. $13,000,000 - 3,160 - $4,114 $18,022,000 $85 1
5 4 Arrival Par. $11,250,000 -7.3% 2,442 +107 $4,607 $62,387,300 $47 3
6 3 Trolls Fox $10,340,000 -40.7% 3,322 -623 $3,113 $135,136,662 $125 4
7 5 Almost Christmas Uni. $7,610,000 +4.9% 1,769 -610 $4,302 $36,688,865 $17 3
8 N Bad Santa 2 BG $6,106,658 - 2,920 - $2,091 $9,031,191 $26 1
9 6 Hacksaw Ridge LGF $5,450,000 -18.3% 2,332 -551 $2,337 $52,248,382 - 4
10 7 The Edge of Seventeen STX $2,960,000 -37.7% 1,945 - $1,522 $10,273,770 $9 2
11 15 Loving Focus $1,691,000 +94.5% 421 +284 $4,017 $4,069,771 - 4
12 N Rules Don't Apply Fox $1,575,000 - 2,382 - $661 $2,175,000 $25 1
13 11 Moonlight (2016) A24 $1,300,000 -12.7% 618 -32 $2,104 $8,624,896 - 6
14 21 Manchester by the Sea RAtt. $1,250,294 +387.4% 48 +44 $26,048 $1,651,933 - 2
15 N Dear Zindagi Relbig. $1,082,894 - 153 - $7,078 $1,502,078 - 1
16 9 The Accountant WB $1,057,000 -51.0% 556 -867 $1,901 $83,240,144 $44 7
17 8 Bleed for This ORF $949,898 -59.9% 1,549 - $613 $4,253,602 $6 2
18 18 Nocturnal Animals Focus $816,000 +65.6% 126 +89 $6,476 $1,669,834 - 2
19 13 Jack Reacher: Never Go Back Par. $370,000 -62.6% 345 -765 $1,072 $57,425,613 $60 6
20 12 Boo! A Madea Halloween LGF $353,000 -69.1% 339 -832 $1,041 $72,858,654 $20 6
21 26 The Eagle Huntress SPC $278,292 +52.8% 64 +25 $4,348 $923,643 - 4
22 10 Shut In EC $240,000 -85.1% 277 -1,729 $866 $6,712,128 - 3
23 19 Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Fox $220,000 -41.5% 215 -249 $1,023 $86,145,793 $110 9
24 14 Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk TriS $210,000 -76.7% 1,176 - $179 $1,593,724 - 3
25 31 Deepwater Horizon LG/S $179,000 +28.0% 187 -14 $957 $61,111,815 $110 9


Moana didn't hit the high mark they were initially expecting after the strong Tuesday night showings, but it still pulled $81m over 5 days which is quite good. A slim drop for Fantastic Beasts and Doctor Strange, a fantastic drop for Arrival, and a terrible open for Allied.

And apparently the less said about Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk the better. Ouch. Almost as bad with Bleed for This, but not quite.
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Weekend Estimates 12/2/2016 - 12/4/2016

<<Last Weekend <Last YearView Index: By Year | By Weekend 
TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1 1 Moana BV $28,373,000 -49.9% 3,875 - $7,322 $119,888,330 - 2
2 2 Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them WB $18,545,000 -58.9% 3,988 -156 $4,650 $183,507,403 $180 3
3 5 Arrival Par. $7,300,000 -36.3% 2,915 +473 $2,504 $73,078,514 $47 4
4 4 Allied Par. $7,050,000 -44.5% 3,160 - $2,231 $28,927,432 $85 2
5 3 Doctor Strange BV $6,486,000 -52.8% 2,935 -73 $2,210 $215,309,177 $165 5
6 6 Trolls Fox $4,600,000 -56.8% 3,156 -166 $1,458 $141,371,445 $125 5
7 9 Hacksaw Ridge LGF $3,400,000 -38.4% 2,494 +162 $1,363 $57,264,956 - 5
8 7 Bad Santa 2 BG $3,288,699 -46.8% 2,945 +25 $1,117 $14,289,743 $26 2
9 N Incarnate HTR $2,659,000 - 1,737 - $1,531 $2,659,000 $5 1
10 8 Almost Christmas Uni. $2,500,350 -56.1% 1,556 -213 $1,607 $38,147,500 $17 4
11 13 Manchester by the Sea RAtt. $2,363,500 +92.8% 156 +108 $15,151 $4,423,443 - 3
12 10 The Edge of Seventeen STX $1,660,000 -44.0% 1,608 -337 $1,032 $12,768,490 $9 3
13 11 Loving Focus $997,000 -41.2% 446 +25 $2,235 $5,592,166 - 5
14 14 Moonlight (2016) A24 $915,750 -24.9% 574 -44 $1,595 $9,896,107 - 7
15 15 The Accountant WB $765,000 -26.6% 608 +52 $1,258 $84,260,470 $44 8
16 18 Nocturnal Animals Focus $686,095 -18.0% 127 - $5,402 $2,705,383 - 3
17 N Believe (2016) Free $602,519 - 639 - $943 $602,519 - 1
18 12 Rules Don't Apply Fox $555,000 -65.1% 2,386 +4 $233 $3,322,655 $25 2
19 17 Bleed for This ORF $289,287 -68.6% 649 -900 $446 $4,841,477 $6 3
20 N Jackie FoxS $275,000 - 5 - $55,000 $275,000 - 1


Arrival is now Villeneuve's highest grossing domestic movie (passing Prisoners)
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Christmas Weekend 4-Day Results:

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1 1 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story BV $96,119,405 -38.0% 4,157 - $23,122 $318,119,079 $200 2
2 N Sing Uni. $54,931,630 - 4,022 - $13,658 $75,544,270 $75 1
3 N Passengers (2016) Sony $22,685,000 - 3,478 - $6,522 $30,010,201 $110 1
4 N Why Him? Fox $15,536,420 - 2,917 - $5,326 $15,536,420 $38 1
5 N Assassin's Creed Fox $14,800,946 - 2,970 - $4,983 $22,293,344 $125 1
6 2 Moana BV $12,554,860 -1.3% 2,687 -900 $4,672 $185,587,051 - 5
7 25 Fences Par. $11,600,170 +8,860.3% 2,233 +2,229 $5,195 $11,791,685 $24 2
8 7 La La Land LG/S $9,242,782 +125.3% 734 +534 $12,592 $17,125,493 $30 3
9 3 Office Christmas Party Par. $7,047,209 -17.9% 2,441 -769 $2,887 $44,086,811 $45 3
10 4 Collateral Beauty WB (NL) $6,375,000 -10.2% 3,028 - $2,105 $17,376,500 $36 2
11 5 Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them WB $4,625,000 -8.8% 1,966 -1,070 $2,352 $215,930,251 $180 6
12 6 Manchester by the Sea RAtt. $4,303,144 +1.9% 1,213 +7 $3,548 $21,018,260 - 6
13 N Dangal UTV $4,244,509 - 331 - $12,823 $5,077,181 - 1
14 15 Jackie FoxS $1,877,917 +227.4% 348 +264 $5,396 $4,189,359 - 4
15 24 Lion Wein. $1,537,598 +1,060.4% 500 +484 $3,075 $2,391,031 - 5
16 8 Arrival Par. $1,523,947 -48.7% 456 -1,701 $3,342 $89,826,305 $47 7
17 9 Doctor Strange BV $1,056,741 -52.2% 538 -1,392 $1,964 $228,675,707 $165 8
18 N Hidden Figures Fox $838,571 - 25 - $33,543 $838,571 - 1
19 11 Trolls Fox $631,553 -53.9% 499 -1,215 $1,266 $148,897,711 $125 8
20 13 Hacksaw Ridge LGF $492,658 -48.5% 428 -913 $1,151 $63,865,534 - 8
21 10 Nocturnal Animals Focus $325,415 -76.9% 192 -1,054 $1,695 $9,812,655 - 6
22 17 Moonlight (2016) A24 $314,603 -16.8% 124 -181 $2,537 $12,048,413 - 10
23 14 Almost Christmas Uni. $287,040 -52.8% 242 -478 $1,186 $41,782,465 $17 7
24 N Patriots Day LGF $237,059 - 7 - $33,866 $332,471 $45 1
25 12 Allied Par. $215,030 -83.7% 157 -1,468 $1,370 $39,322,052 $85 5


Friday, 12/30 Estimates:

Rank*TitleFriday
12/30

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Saturday
12/31
Sunday
1/1
Monday
1/2
<big>1</big>ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY
<small>Buena Vista

</small>4,157
$18,176,000

<nobr><small>+8.7% / $4,372</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$393,554,705 / 15</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>2</big>SING
<small>Universal

</small>4,029
$16,800,000

<nobr><small>+11.7% / $4,170</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$140,401,490 / 10</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>3</big>PASSENGERS (2016)
<small>Sony / Columbia

</small>3,478
$5,650,000

<nobr><small>+21.1% / $1,624</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$50,950,201 / 10</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>4</big>MOANA
<small>Buena Vista

</small>2,775
$4,334,000

<nobr><small>+4.2% / $1,562</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$203,393,039 / 38</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>5</big>FENCES
<small>Paramount

</small>2,301
$3,430,000

<nobr><small>+46.1% / $1,491</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$23,132,144 / 15</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>6</big>WHY HIM?
<small>Fox

</small>3,008
$3,400,000

<nobr><small>+24% / $1,130</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$27,958,587 / 8</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>7</big>LA LA LAND
<small>Lionsgate/Summit

</small>750
$3,120,000

<nobr><small>+25.3% / $4,160</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$27,835,199 / 22</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>8</big>ASSASSIN'S CREED
<small>Fox

</small>2,996
$3,050,000

<nobr><small>+19.7% / $1,018</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$34,093,518 / 10</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>9</big>FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM
<small>Warner Bros.

</small>1,842
$1,420,000

<nobr><small>+8.4% / $771</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$221,440,251 / 43</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>10</big>COLLATERAL BEAUTY
<small>Warner Bros. (New Line)

</small>2,745
$1,400,000

<nobr><small>+6.9% / $510</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$23,041,500 / 15</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>11</big>MANCHESTER BY THE SEA
<small>Roadside Attractions

</small>1,206
$1,375,000

<nobr><small>+33.5% / $1,140</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$25,599,651 / 43</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>12</big>OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY
<small>Paramount

</small>2,441
$1,260,000

<nobr><small>+19.1% / $516</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$48,806,675 / 22</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>LION
<small>Weinstein Company

</small>525
$689,000

<nobr><small>+41.8% / $1,312</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$4,521,503 / 36</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>JACKIE
<small>Fox Searchlight

</small>359
$525,000

<nobr><small>+24.8% / $1,462</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$6,001,006 / 29</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>ARRIVAL
<small>Paramount

</small>545
$460,000

<nobr><small>+41.5% / $844</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$91,292,332 / 50</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>HIDDEN FIGURES
<small>Fox

</small>25
$272,218

<nobr><small>+26.1% / $10,889</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$1,738,613 / 6</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>TROLLS
<small>Fox

</small>418
$270,000

<nobr><small>+5.4% / $646</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$149,936,628 / 57</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>DOCTOR STRANGE
<small>Buena Vista

</small>466
$236,000

<nobr><small>-1.6% / $506</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$229,697,310 / 57</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>ALLIED
<small>Paramount

</small>163
$53,000

<nobr><small>+43.1% / $325</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$39,492,205 / 38</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>PATRIOTS DAY
<small>Lionsgate

</small>7
$48,862

<nobr><small>+2.7% / $6,980</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$529,831 / 10</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>JACK REACHER: NEVER GO BACK
<small>Paramount

</small>133
$28,000

<nobr><small>+26.1% / $211</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$58,523,151 / 71</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>SILENCE (2016)
<small>Paramount

</small>4
$27,000

<nobr><small>+24% / $6,750</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$254,374 / 8</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>LIVE BY NIGHT
<small>Warner Bros.

</small>4
$11,000

<nobr><small>+37.5% / $2,750</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$85,000 / 6</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>QUEEN OF KATWE
<small>Buena Vista

</small>53
$8,000

<nobr><small>-8% / $151</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$8,845,487 / 99</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>
<small>

</small>-

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

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Passengers is a bit of a flop as expected after the reviews started flowing in, but nothing entirely damaging to the stars -- it's certainly hanging in there. Assassin's Creed on the otherhand appears destined for a quicker death and may or may not be salvaged by overseas grosses (not yet reported). La La Land and Fences are both doing extremely well. Live by Night does not look so promising.

Rogue One is up to $775m worldwide, Sing is at $277m WW, Passengers is at $122m WW, Assassin's Creed is at $86m WW, and La La Land is at $64m ww

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Rouge One keeps rolling.
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Hidden Figures dethroned Rogue One for Friday.
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Not for the weekend.
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Not for the weekend.
Apparently it did win the weekend by about $900k.

http://deadline.com/2017/01/rogue-on...ce-1201879773/
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Intesting boxofficemojo has it different.
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BOM has Estimates (the numbers given on Sunday use early #s for Friday and Saturday and an estimate for Sunday), Deadline had an early report of the Finals for all 3 days.

BOM doesn't update to finals until around 4 pm EST on Monday.
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I saw an article in Variety that said there is an overwhelming amount of releases for this time of the year and most moviegoers simply don't know what to see.

Some of these releases are getting ignored/lost in the shuffle.

This week alone there are 6 major releases.

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