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Old 03-27-17, 09:06 AM
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Re: The Official Box Office Discussion Thread

Didn't notice how small the budget was for Get Out. Nice return.
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Originally Posted by TomOpus
Didn't notice how small the budget was for Get Out. Nice return.
Blumhouse has been "killing it" this year. Get Out had a $4.5m budget and a $157m WW return (so far), additionally Split had a $9m budget and has grossed $265m worldwide. Crazy.
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Originally Posted by RichC2
Blumhouse has been "killing it" this year. Get Out had a $4.5m budget and a $157m WW return (so far), additionally Split had a $9m budget and has grossed $265m worldwide. Crazy.
Good for them. They are hit or miss but, with that much money coming in, they can pump out more product.
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Weekend Actuals for 3/24 - 3/26/2017

<<Last Weekend <Last YearView Index: By Year | By Weekend 
TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1 1 Beauty and the Beast (2017) BV $90,426,717 -48.3% 4,210 - $21,479 $319,032,604 $160 2
2 N Power Rangers (2017) LGF $40,300,288 - 3,693 - $10,913 $40,300,288 $100 1
3 2 Kong: Skull Island WB $14,670,653 -47.3% 3,666 -180 $4,002 $133,767,891 $185 3
4 N Life (2017) Sony $12,501,936 - 3,146 - $3,974 $12,501,936 $58 1
5 3 Logan Fox $10,334,390 -42.0% 3,163 -524 $3,267 $201,644,986 $97 4
6 4 Get Out Uni. $8,851,845 -34.1% 2,474 -505 $3,578 $147,669,880 $4.5 5
7 N CHiPs WB $7,722,802 - 2,464 - $3,134 $7,722,802 $25 1
8 5 The Shack LG/S $3,859,551 -35.7% 2,330 -495 $1,656 $49,146,595 - 4
9 6 The LEGO Batman Movie WB $2,100,951 -54.3% 1,638 -1,097 $1,283 $170,972,203 $80 7
10 7 The Belko Experiment BH Tilt $1,878,370 -54.6% 1,341 - $1,401 $7,648,935 $5 2
11 N Slamma Jamma RivR $1,687,000 - 502 - $3,361 $1,687,000 - 1
12 8 Hidden Figures Fox $753,140 -48.9% 640 -522 $1,177 $167,015,021 $25 14
13 27 The Last Word BST $535,494 +170.7% 380 +286 $1,409 $988,218 - 4
14 9 John Wick: Chapter Two LG/S $457,414 -61.4% 403 -662 $1,135 $90,851,421 - 7
15 14 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story BV $446,992 -11.1% 267 +88 $1,674 $531,314,491 $200 15
16 36 Passengers (2016) Sony $397,472 +581.4% 506 +416 $786 $99,886,692 $110 14
17 11 Lion Wein. $394,481 -46.3% 320 -301 $1,233 $50,736,321 - 18
18 29 T2: Trainspotting TriS $389,453 +128.3% 59 +54 $6,601 $622,727 $18 2
19 N Wilson FoxS $336,227 - 310 - $1,085 $336,227 - 1


Logan crossed the $200m mark this weekend, it is now the 5th highest grossing X-men property domestically, this list includes Deadpool. It is #3 Worldwide (also including Deadpool) with $566m so far, it is still behind Days of Future Past ($747m worldwide), and Deadpool ($783m worldwide).

Kong: Skull Island seems to be kind of low on the domestic front, but has grossed $392.7m worldwide (it's roughly in line with Mad Max: Fury Road and Pacific Rim). Unlike those two though, Kong is still very much active.

It looks like Passengers was put into more dollar theaters this past weekend, it may actually hit $100m afterall.

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Re: The Official Box Office Discussion Thread

Decent holds, especially for the top 8.
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Sony is doing their best getting Passengers above the $100M mark.

Also funny that Slamma Jamma made more per screen than CHiPs
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Re: The Official Box Office Discussion Thread

i'm still delighted and amazed by Hidden Figures numbers. i just got it digitally myself...
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Current early estimates from Deadline:

1.) The Boss Baby (20<sup>th</sup> Century Fox/DWA), 3,773 theaters / $15.6M Fri. (includes $1.5M in previews) / 3-day: $51.6MWk 1
2.)Beauty and the Beast (DIS), 4,210 theaters / $13.1m Fri. (-34%) / 3-day: $48.6M (-46%)/ Total: $396.5M/Wk 3
3.) Ghost in the Shell (PAR/DWA/REL), 3,440 theaters / $7.6M Fri. (includes $1.8M) / 3-day: $20.3M /Wk 1
4.)Saban’s Power Rangers(LGF), 3,693 theaters (0)/ $4m Fri. (-73%) / 3-day: $13.67M (-66%)/Total: $64.2M/Wk 2
5.)Kong: Skull Island (20<sup>th</sup>/Leg), 3,141 theaters (-525) / $2.3M Fri. (-37%) / 3-day: $9.1M (-38%)/Total: $148.1M/Wk 4
6.)Logan (Fox), 2,323 theaters (-840)/ $1.71M Fri. (-34%) / 3-day: $6.5M (-37%)/Total: $212.2M/Wk 5
7.) Get Out (UNI), 1,844 theaters (-630) / $1.73M Fri. (-31%) / 3-day: $6M (-32%)/Total: $157M/Wk 6
8.)Life(Skydance/Sony), 3,146 theaters (0)/ $1.65M Fri. (-63%) / 3-day: $5.58M (-55%)/Total: $22.38M/Wk 2
9.)CHIPS(WB), 2,464 theaters (0) / $1.1M Fri. (-55%) / 3-day: $4M (-48%)/ Total: $14.3M /Wk 2
10.) Zookeeper’s Wife (FOC), 541 theaters / $998K Fri. / 3-day: $3.2M/ Wk 1
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1 N The Boss Baby Fox $49,000,000 - 3,773 - $12,987 $49,000,000 - 1
2 1 Beauty and the Beast (2017) BV $47,543,000 -47.4% 4,210 - $11,293 $395,459,842 $160 3
3 N Ghost in the Shell (2017) Par. $19,000,000 - 3,440 - $5,523 $19,000,000 $110 1
4 2 Power Rangers (2017) LGF $14,500,000 -64.0% 3,693 - $3,926 $65,062,170 $100 2
5 3 Kong: Skull Island WB $8,800,000 -40.0% 3,141 -525 $2,802 $147,848,204 $185 4
6 5 Logan Fox $6,200,000 -40.0% 2,323 -840 $2,669 $211,867,637 $97 5
7 6 Get Out Uni. $5,813,715 -34.3% 1,844 -630 $3,153 $156,887,675 $4.5 6
8 4 Life (2017) Sony $5,625,000 -55.0% 3,146 - $1,788 $22,369,239 $58 2
9 7 CHiPs WB $4,055,000 -47.5% 2,464 - $1,646 $14,367,366 $25 2
10 N The Zookeeper's Wife Focus $3,349,475 - 541 - $6,191 $3,349,475 - 1
11 8 The Shack LG/S $2,170,000 -43.8% 1,430 -900 $1,517 $53,085,007 - 5
Old 04-03-17, 01:35 PM
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Surprised to see Boss Baby do so well. I thought the trailers were terrible and expected it to open closer to Storks or the last Ice Age in terms of box office (both opened around $21 million). This opened higher than Trolls, which had more publicity, more screens, and better reviews.
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Weekend Actuals for 3/31/2017 - 4/2/2017. Great pull for Boss Baby, great hold for Beauty and the Beast. Ouch for GitS.

<<Last Weekend <Last YearView Index: By Year | By Weekend 
TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1 N The Boss Baby Fox $50,198,902 - 3,773 - $13,305 $50,198,902 - 1
2 1 Beauty and the Beast (2017) BV $45,420,743 -49.8% 4,210 - $10,789 $393,337,585 $160 3
3 N Ghost in the Shell (2017) Par. $18,676,033 - 3,440 - $5,429 $18,676,033 $110 1
4 2 Power Rangers (2017) LGF $14,200,307 -64.8% 3,693 - $3,845 $64,762,477 $100 2
5 3 Kong: Skull Island WB $8,587,454 -41.5% 3,141 -525 $2,734 $147,635,658 $185 4
6 5 Logan Fox $6,108,084 -40.9% 2,323 -840 $2,629 $211,775,721 $97 5
7 6 Get Out Uni. $5,660,210 -36.1% 1,844 -630 $3,070 $156,734,170 $4.5 6
8 4 Life (2017) Sony $5,551,767 -55.6% 3,146 - $1,765 $22,296,006 $58 2
9 7 CHiPs WB $3,958,188 -48.7% 2,464 - $1,606 $14,270,554 $25 2
10 N The Zookeeper's Wife Focus $3,288,835 - 541 - $6,079 $3,288,835 - 1
11 8 The Shack LG/S $2,042,041 -47.1% 1,430 -900 $1,428 $52,957,048 - 5
12 9 The LEGO Batman Movie WB $750,139 -64.3% 812 -826 $924 $172,676,702 $80 8
13 10 The Belko Experiment BH Tilt $528,165 -71.9% 453 -888 $1,166 $8,990,355 $5 3
14 12 Hidden Figures Fox $414,389 -45.0% 352 -288 $1,177 $167,805,062 $25 15
15 18 T2: Trainspotting TriS $377,618 -3.1% 140 +81 $2,697 $1,155,125 $18 3
16 N The Devotion of Suspect X CL $323,207 - 43 - $7,516 $323,207 - 1
17 15 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story BV $249,074 -44.3% 224 -43 $1,112 $531,721,570 $200 16
18 14 John Wick: Chapter Two LG/S $217,548 -52.4% 210 -193 $1,036 $91,283,469 - 8
19 13 The Last Word BST $210,816 -60.7% 289 -91 $729 $1,482,904 - 5
20 17 Lion Wein. $198,831 -49.6% 175 -145 $1,136 $51,117,883 - 19
21 23 Personal Shopper IFC $161,457 -24.8% 153 +46 $1,055 $794,857 - 4
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Shia LaBeouf Thriller ‘Man Down’ Sells Just One Ticket at U.K. Box Office


Ouch.

“Man Down,” a war thriller with Shia LaBeouf, grossed just 7 ($8.70) when it premiered in a single U.K. theater over the weekend, according to ComScore. That’s the equivalent of selling a single ticket, given that the U.K. Cinema Association puts the average movie admission cost in the country at 7.21.

“Poor Shia,” said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at ComScore. “That opening could be in the Guinness World Records or something.”

The film played in one location, Reel Cinema in Burnley. It was simultaneously released digitally on demand, making the theatrical release something of an afterthought. It launches on DVD and Blu-ray next month, according to the Guardian.

After scoring in big studio blockbusters such as “Transformers” and “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,” LaBeouf has focused on more indie projects with mixed success. He earned strong reviews for last year’s “American Honey,” but other work, such as “The Company You Keep” and “Charlie Countryman” have barely registered with critics or audiences. Instead, the media has focused on LaBeouf’s off-screen behavior, such several alcohol-related arrests (he got sober), and performance art that recently saw the actor participate in an art installation protesting Donald Trump’s presidency.

“Man Down” reunited LaBeouf with Dito Montiel. The two previously worked together on 2006’s “A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints.” The film screened at the Venice and Toronto film festivals to negative reviews. It did better in the United States than it did across the pond, grossing $454,490.

Other stars in indie projects have seen similarly dismal results. Emma Watson got a wave of negative publicity last summer when her direct-to-video film “The Colony” only opened to 47 in the U.K., while Richard Gere’s “The Benefactor” kicked off to a dismal 25 in spring of 2016.

All the attention about the small grosses may have a side benefit. It could raise attention for the low-profile project.

“There could be a silver lining to those seven pounds,” said Dergarabedian.
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http://deadline.com/2017/04/most-pro...ey-1202060846/

Deadline put out this very interesting list of 2016 films based on total profitability, not gross revenues. They sliced and diced the hidden numbers as best they could for the estimates.

The list's ranking looks vastly different than the year's highest grossers. The Secret Life of Pets came out as the year's most profitable movie at nearly $375 million. Up next was Fox's Deadpool. A lot of the superhero films don't perform as well under this metric considering their total grosses. The studios just don't take home as much profit from foreign box office totals as you would expect.

1. The Secret Life Of Pets (Uni) – $374.65M
2. Deadpool (Fox) – $322.24M
3. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (Dis) – $319.60M
4. Finding Dory (Dis) – $296.60M
5. Zootopia (Dis) – $294.90M
6. The Jungle Book (Dis) – $258.15M
7. Sing (Uni) – $194.25M
8. Captain America: Civil War (Dis) – $193.40M
9. Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them (WB) – $164.70M
10. Suicide Squad (WB) – $158.45M
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Holy fuck balls are those some surprisingly low numbers given bo take...
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Well when movies cost $300M to make, add in another $300M on marketing, these numbers do make sense.
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Throw in merchandising and there's more money to be had.
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This is from this past weekend, Actuals (April 7th - April 9th, 2017)

<<Last Weekend <Last YearView Index: By Year | By Weekend 
TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1 1 The Boss Baby Fox $26,363,488 -47.5% 3,829 +56 $6,885 $89,436,806 - 2
2 2 Beauty and the Beast (2017) BV $23,652,605 -47.9% 3,969 -241 $5,959 $430,946,639 $160 4
3 N Smurfs: The Lost Village Sony $13,210,449 - 3,610 - $3,659 $13,210,449 $60 1
4 N Going in Style (2017) WB (NL) $11,932,330 - 3,061 - $3,898 $11,932,330 $25 1
5 3 Ghost in the Shell (2017) Par. $7,306,413 -60.9% 3,440 - $2,124 $31,529,863 $110 2
6 4 Power Rangers (2017) LGF $6,199,403 -56.3% 2,978 -715 $2,082 $75,095,645 $100 3
7 5 Kong: Skull Island WB $5,576,182 -35.1% 2,753 -388 $2,025 $156,305,906 $185 5
8 7 Get Out Uni. $4,057,330 -28.3% 1,574 -270 $2,578 $162,889,980 $4.5 7
9 6 Logan Fox $4,021,829 -34.2% 1,949 -374 $2,064 $218,029,237 $97 6
10 N The Case for Christ PFR $3,967,885 - 1,174 - $3,380 $3,967,885 - 1
11 10 The Zookeeper's Wife Focus $2,684,185 -18.4% 806 +265 $3,330 $7,398,710 - 2
12 8 Life (2017) Sony $2,371,217 -57.3% 1,788 -1,358 $1,326 $26,940,704 $58 3
13 N Your Name. FUN $1,637,509 - 288 - $5,686 $1,637,510 - 1
14 9 CHiPs WB $1,376,231 -65.2% 1,351 -1,113 $1,019 $17,114,164 $25 3
15 11 The Shack LG/S $1,091,560 -46.5% 1,108 -322 $985 $54,950,438 - 6
16 N Gifted FoxS $446,380 - 56 - $7,971 $446,380 - 1
17 12 The LEGO Batman Movie WB $373,202 -50.2% 345 -467 $1,082 $173,317,922 $80 9
18 15 T2: Trainspotting TriS $268,000 -29.0% 157 +17 $1,707 $1,605,332 $18 4
19 14 Hidden Figures Fox $265,247 -36.0% 288 -64 $921 $168,276,311 $25 16
20 13 The Belko Experiment BH Tilt $204,305 -61.3% 186 -267 $1,098 $9,426,895 $5 4
21 24 La La Land LG/S $162,769 +22.3% 224 +81 $727 $150,686,825 $30 18
22 18 John Wick: Chapter Two LG/S $155,482 -28.5% 162 -48 $960 $91,536,079 - 9


That's a pretty solid showing for Your Name.
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Range from Deadline, Hollywood Reporter and Variety is $100-110M for Fate of the Furious weekend. Still quite early and could go up or down from there. Have to wonder it will do with it being Easter weekend and NBA Playoffs.
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Easter may slow it a bit but NBA won't matter at all IMHO. It is looking to break international records though with $530 mill+
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1 N The Fate of the Furious Uni. $100,181,640 - 4,310 - $23,244 $100,181,640 $250 1
2 1 The Boss Baby Fox $15,540,000 -41.1% 3,743 -86 $4,152 $116,323,907 - 3
3 2 Beauty and the Beast (2017) BV $13,634,000 -42.4% 3,592 -377 $3,796 $454,649,751 $160 5
4 3 Smurfs: The Lost Village Sony $6,500,000 -50.8% 3,610 - $1,801 $24,728,326 $60 2
5 4 Going in Style (2017) WB (NL) $6,350,000 -46.8% 3,076 +15 $2,064 $23,376,352 $25 2
6 16 Gifted FoxS $3,000,000 +572.1% 1,146 +1,090 $2,618 $4,369,910 - 2
7 8 Get Out Uni. $2,917,865 -28.1% 1,424 -150 $2,049 $167,547,880 $4.5 8
8 6 Power Rangers (2017) LGF $2,850,000 -54.0% 2,171 -807 $1,313 $80,563,748 $100 4
9 10 The Case for Christ PFR $2,720,000 -31.4% 1,386 +212 $1,962 $8,447,704 - 2
10 7 Kong: Skull Island WB $2,670,000 -52.1% 2,018 -735 $1,323 $161,246,181 $185 6
11 5 Ghost in the Shell (2017) Par. $2,400,000 -67.2% 2,135 -1,305 $1,124 $37,023,283 $110 3
12 11 The Zookeeper's Wife Focus $2,064,945 -23.1% 1,057 +251 $1,954 $10,667,900 - 3
13 9 Logan Fox $1,910,000 -52.5% 1,415 -534 $1,350 $221,628,647 $97 7
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What do you want to bet the actuals will come in under $100M?
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that's surprising for F8. would have thought much much higher...
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IDK, appears like we underestimated the impact of Furious 7 being Paul Walker's last movie. Seems like this, and any further entries, will fall back to earth (i.e. $80-95M). Still, internationally the franchise will be a beast.

Here are the multipliers for the others that opened in April:
#5 - 2.43x
#7 - 2.39x
#4 - 2.19x

So it's probably looking at around $225-240M domestic.
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From Box Office Guru, on the audience breakdown for FATE OF THE FURIOUS:

Studio data showed that the crowd was 58% male, 59% non-white, and split evenly between males and females.
Is that an error or am I missing something? How can it be 58% male and also split evenly between males and females?
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Sounds like a mistake, Box Office Mojo mentions a 58% male 42% female split properly. Although I have to laugh at the use of "non-white" as a descriptor.

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