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Tom Cruise's Mission: Impossible — Fallout scaled $6 million in Thursday-night previews at the North American box office, marking both a franchise-best and the best of any Cruise film.

From Paramount and Skydance, the latest outing in the action-spy franchise is headed for a domestic debut of $50 million-plus, with many betting on $55 million or more ($58 million would be a franchise best). Imax locations accounted for $1 million of Thursday night's haul.

Fallout's preview performance bested the $4 million earned on Thursday night by the last installment, Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation. For the full weekend, Rogue Nation grossed $55.5 million, the second-best launch of the series behind Mission: Impossible II ($57.8 million), not adjusted for inflation.
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Nice to hear. I love these movies, but i'm always a little surprised that they're not a bit bigger then what they actually pull in.
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https://deadline.com/2018/07/the-fir...as-1202435146/


The First Purge has crossed $100M box office worldwide.

and remember a TV series is also coming out in the Fall.

I would fully expect another movie to be greenlit.
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They're now seeing MI-F at $57 - $60m+ for the weekend which would be an unadjusted high opening for the franchise. It made $6m on Thursday.

Teen Titans Go! To the Movies is aiming for $15.5m

Mamma Mia! Here we go AGAIN is looking like $16m, down 54%, for a 10 day of $71.4m (I think it'll be higher, it had some strong mid-week performance)
Equalizer 2 is looking like $13m, down 64% for a 10 day of $63.2m
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https://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies...skyscraper.htm

Skyscraper is at roughly $220M worldwide and will probably squeak past $250M this weekend.

The Rock posted this video and he seems very pleased even though it was a disappointment in the U.S.

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Friday's Number:

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<big>1</big>MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT
<small>Paramount

</small>4,386
$23,000,000

<nobr><small>-- / $5,244</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$23,000,000 / 1</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>2</big>MAMMA MIA! HERE WE GO AGAIN
<small>Universal

</small>3,514
$4,803,000

<nobr><small>+21.3% / $1,367</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$60,227,525 / 8</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>3</big>TEEN TITANS GO! TO THE MOVIES
<small>Warner Bros.

</small>3,188
$4,250,000

<nobr><small>-- / $1,333</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$4,250,000 / 1</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>4</big>THE EQUALIZER 2
<small>Sony / Columbia

</small>3,388
$4,010,000

<nobr><small>+67% / $1,184</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$54,241,345 / 8</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>5</big>HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 3: SUMMER VACATION
<small>Sony / Columbia

</small>4,005
$3,705,000

<nobr><small>+25.9% / $925</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$110,628,501 / 15</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>6</big>ANT-MAN AND THE WASP
<small>Buena Vista

</small>3,013
$2,495,000

<nobr><small>+34.2% / $828</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$177,219,127 / 22</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>7</big>INCREDIBLES 2
<small>Buena Vista

</small>2,616
$2,128,000

<nobr><small>+30.1% / $813</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$567,751,648 / 43</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>8</big>JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM
<small>Universal

</small>2,685
$1,939,000

<nobr><small>+43.3% / $722</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$392,717,500 / 36</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>9</big>SKYSCRAPER
<small>Universal

</small>2,773
$1,515,000

<nobr><small>+33% / $546</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$55,264,760 / 15</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>10</big>THE FIRST PURGE
<small>Universal

</small>1,400
$664,000

<nobr><small>+37.6% / $474</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$63,917,875 / 24</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>11</big>UNFRIENDED: DARK WEB
<small>BH Tilt

</small>1,547
$482,000

<nobr><small>+24.7% / $312</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$6,375,430 / 8</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>12</big>BLINDSPOTTING
<small>Lionsgate/Summit

</small>523
$468,000

<nobr><small>+1827.6% / $895</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$936,984 / 8</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>SORRY TO BOTHER YOU
<small>Annapurna Pictures

</small>802
$426,000

<nobr><small>+53.6% / $531</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$12,327,421 / 22</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLDADO
<small>Sony / Columbia

</small>574
$180,000

<nobr><small>+2.2% / $314</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$48,230,874 / 29</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>OCEAN'S 8
<small>Warner Bros.

</small>518
$180,000

<nobr><small>+6.5% / $347</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$136,837,915 / 50</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR
<small>Buena Vista

</small>292
$117,000

<nobr><small>+93.3% / $401</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$677,273,078 / 92</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>TAG
<small>Warner Bros. (New Line)

</small>308
$80,000

<nobr><small>+11.8% / $260</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$53,349,175 / 43</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>DEADPOOL 2
<small>Fox

</small>267
$80,000

<nobr><small>+56.8% / $300</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$317,478,854 / 71</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY
<small>Buena Vista

</small>165
$42,000

<nobr><small>+27.3% / $255</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$212,620,759 / 64</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

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

</small>44
$19,300

<nobr><small>+26.4% / $439</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$7,756,864 / 29</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>BLACK PANTHER
<small>Buena Vista

</small>15
$1,000

<nobr><small>-73.9% / $67</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$699,953,434 / 162</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
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N/A

N/A

N/A

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Mission:Impossible is expected to top $60m, making it the highest grossing entry (unadjusted). It also scored the first A cinemascore for the franchise (it usually gets A-). When considering Saturday's gross you also have to note that $6m of the $23m was made on Thursday night.

Ant-man and Wasp is performing slightly better on day 22 than Ant-man was, so despite the big drop on its second weekend it's still looking to land around $225m (domestic) when all is said and done -- about inline with Doctor Stranger, and about $30m lower than Captain America: Winter Soldier.
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https://www.boxofficemojo.com/news/?id=4421&p=.htm

'Mission: Impossible - Fallout' Debuts With Franchise Best, $61.5M Opening
by Brad Brevet

July 29, 2018

This weekend saw Paramount's Mission: Impossible - Fallout top the weekend box office with the franchise's largest three-day opening as well as star Tom Cruise's second largest opening of his career. Meanwhile, Warner Bros.'s animated feature Teen Titans Go! To the Movies struggled and fell short of expectations. Overall, the weekend was up ~6% compared to last weekend and up ~8% compared to the same weekend last year.

With an estimated $61.5 million, Paramount's Mission: Impossible - Fallout fell a bit shy of Mojo's pre-weekend expectations, but still managed to deliver the franchise's largest three-day opening, topping the $57.8 million opening for Mission: Impossible II back in 2000. The opening also represents the second largest debut for Tom Cruise after the $64.8 million debut for War of the Worlds in 2005 and for Paramount this is the studio's largest opening since 2014's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ($65.5m). Given the film's position as the last major blockbuster of summer 2018 and the positive reaction from both audiences and critics, Fallout should exhibit strong legs looking ahead.

Fallout not only carried the best reviews of the franchise (97% on RottenTomatoes and an 86 on Metacritic), but opening day audiences gave the film a franchise-best "A" CinemaScore. The film played to an audience that was 55% male, which is much more balanced when compared to the 62% for Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation. Speaking of which, after opening with $55.5 million, and receiving an "A-" CinemaScore in 2015, Rogue Nation went on to deliver $195 million at the domestic box office. A similar performance for Fallout would put the film's domestic run over $215 million.

GET MORE: Compare the performances for all six Mission: Impossible films here!

Internationally, the last two Mission films delivered nearly $700 million globally and Fallout is already looking to top those figures after debuting in 36 markets this weekend and delivering an estimated $92 million. Paramount reports the performance as being 19% ahead of Rogue Nation making it the biggest opening for the franchise.

Highlights include a $24.6 million opening in South Korea, 22% above Rogue Nation, followed by the UK ($9m), India ($7m), Indonesia ($5.5m), Taiwan ($5.4m), Mexico ($4.8m), Russia ($4m), Brazil ($3.8m), United Arab Emirates ($3m), Hong Kong ($2.8m), Malaysia ($2.6m), Philippines ($2.2m), Singapore ($1.8m), Spain ($1.7m), Vietnam ($1.2m) and Colombia ($1m). The film's overseas opening represented approximately 40% of the international marketplace with openings in France, Australia, Germany and Japan planned for this coming weekend followed by Italy on August 29 and China on August 31.

Universal's Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again dropped a hefty 57%, resulting in a second weekend, estimated at $15 million, pushing the film's domestic cume over $70 million. It will be interesting to see where the film goes from here as this is a larger drop than anticipated, especially given the lack of competition among the film's target demographic.

Sony's The Equalizer 2 topped the box office last weekend, but, as expected, dropped heavily in its second weekend as it lost a large segment of its audience to the release of Mission: Impossible. That said, like Mamma Mia!, the dip was larger than expected, dropping 61% for a second weekend totaling an estimated $14 million for a domestic cume coming up just shy of $65 million after ten days in release. The first film dropped just 45% in its second weekend despite both Gone Girl and Annabelle opening over its second weekend.

Sony also landed in second with Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation, which brought in an estimated $12.3 million for a domestic cume just shy of $120 million as it begins its third week in release.

Rounding out the top five is Warner Bros.'s animated feature Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, which was expected to finish in the mid-teens, but could only manage $10.5 million over its debut weekend. The DC Comics adaptation, which is based on the television series "Teen Titans Go!", carries a reported budget of just $10 million, which softens the film's disappointing performance a little, especially when you compare it to a film such as Sherlock Gnomes, which debuted with just $10.6 million earlier this year, but carried a budget nearly six times the size of Teen Titans.

Internationally, Teen Titans opened in just eight smaller markets, bringing in an estimated $1 million. The largest market was the film's opening in Argentina, where it brought in $464,000. Looking ahead, the film will debut in the UK on August 3 followed by releases in Germany (Aug 16), Mexico (Aug 24), Brazil (Aug 30), Spain (Aug 31), France (Sep 5) and Italy (Sep 6).
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Word of mouth is strong with MI.
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Weekend #s:

<<Last Weekend <Last YearView Index: By Year | By Weekend 
TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1 N Mission: Impossible - Fallout Par. $61,500,000 - 4,386 - $14,022 $61,500,000 $178 1
2 2 Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Uni. $15,000,000 -57.1% 3,514 +197 $4,269 $70,425,525 $75 2
3 1 The Equalizer 2 Sony $14,000,000 -61.1% 3,388 - $4,132 $64,231,345 $62 2
4 3 Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation Sony $12,305,000 -48.2% 4,005 -262 $3,072 $119,228,501 $80 3
5 N Teen Titans Go! To The Movies WB $10,510,000 - 3,188 - $3,297 $10,510,000 $10 1
6 4 Ant-Man and the Wasp BV $8,400,000 -49.1% 3,013 -765 $2,788 $183,124,127 - 4
7 5 Incredibles 2 BV $7,157,000 -39.8% 2,616 -548 $2,736 $572,780,648 - 7
8 7 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Uni. $6,775,000 -39.8% 2,685 -696 $2,523 $397,555,500 $170 6
9 6 Skyscraper Uni. $5,400,000 -52.5% 2,773 -1,049 $1,947 $59,152,760 $125 3
10 8 The First Purge Uni. $2,230,000 -56.3% 1,400 -931 $1,593 $65,485,875 $13 4
11 9 Unfriended: Dark Web BH Tilt $1,500,000 -58.9% 1,547 +1 $970 $7,393,430 $1 2
12 10 Sorry to Bother You Annapurna $1,450,000 -49.4% 802 -248 $1,808 $13,351,421 - 4
13 22 Blindspotting LG/S $1,325,000 +294.0% 523 +509 $2,533 $1,793,984 - 2
14 17 Eighth Grade A24 $1,317,561 +59.9% 158 +125 $8,339 $2,966,398 - 3
15 14 Three Identical Strangers Neon $1,271,060 -13.8% 433 +101 $2,935 $6,771,381 - 5
16 15 Won't You Be My Neighbor? Focus $720,000 -47.0% 464 -266 $1,552 $20,061,937 - 8
17 11 Sicario: Day of the Soldado Sony $675,000 -64.1% 574 -874 $1,176 $48,725,874 $35 5
18 12 Ocean's 8 WB $630,000 -60.8% 518 -484 $1,216 $137,287,915 $70 8
19 13 Uncle Drew LG/S $505,000 -66.5% 532 -705 $949 $41,396,671 - 5
20 16 Leave No Trace BST $499,209 -45.9% 289 -72 $1,727 $4,673,594 - 5
21 21 Avengers: Infinity War BV $388,000 -8.8% 292 -2 $1,329 $677,544,078 - 14
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Originally Posted by TomOpus
Word of mouth is strong with MI.
Yeah, I don't go to the theater much anymore, but I'll probably get out to see this sometime this week.
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I thought the Avengers BO gross would beat out Black Panther, but I guess not. Also will Jurassic Park be considered a success or failure at its current BO number?
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$1.2 billion considered a failure? Are you high?
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Originally Posted by Bluelitespecial
I thought the Avengers BO gross would beat out Black Panther, but I guess not. Also will Jurassic Park be considered a success or failure at its current BO number?
I thought that as well. They should have pulled the Avengers awhile back and re-released it at the end of the summer and pair it with Black Panther to get it over $700 mill.

Looks like it will top out at 680 or so.
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Panther is just $45,000 away from clearing $700M. A bunch of theaters finally pulled it this weekend, so it won't get there without a gimmick.
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Originally Posted by TomOpus
$1.2 billion considered a failure? Are you high?
I enjoyed Jurassic World, but hated Fallen Kingdom. I was hoping it would be a failure, but I don't know what it cost to make the movie.
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Originally Posted by Bluelitespecial
I enjoyed Jurassic World, but hated Fallen Kingdom. I was hoping it would be a failure, but I don't know what it cost to make the movie.
Jurassic World was $150m, Jurassic World FK was $170m. These actually have comparatively strict budgets compared to recent Disney flicks (vs. an estimated $250m for Solo and Avengers), they're also very profitable.
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Early estimates see Mission Impossible Fallout repeating #1 with an extremely solid 44% drop (to about $34m) this weekend.



Christopher Robin scored an A cinemascore and should do really strong business on Saturday, so I'm curious to see if it can actually bump up to the mid-$30s.
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Black Panther has crossed $700M.

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/he...estone-1131242
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From that article:

In recent weeks, Disney and Marvel slightly tweaked the film's theater count in order to achieve the feat without an official rerelease. Black Panther's longevity in theaters is unusual in an age when most films are gone within three to four months.
So... they threw it back in more theaters and people went? I guess?
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that's great for M:I 6.
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Weekend #s/Sunday Est:

<<Last Weekend <Last YearView Index: By Year | By Weekend 
TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1 1 Mission: Impossible - Fallout Par. $35,000,000 -42.8% 4,395 +9 $7,964 $124,487,371 $178 2
2 N Disney's Christopher Robin BV $25,003,000 - 3,602 - $6,941 $25,003,000 - 1
3 N The Spy Who Dumped Me LGF $12,350,000 - 3,111 - $3,970 $12,350,000 $40 1
4 2 Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Uni. $9,090,000 -39.8% 3,359 -155 $2,706 $91,335,550 $75 3
5 3 The Equalizer 2 Sony $8,830,000 -37.0% 2,725 -663 $3,240 $79,886,265 $62 3
6 4 Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation Sony $8,200,000 -33.1% 3,162 -843 $2,593 $136,455,881 $80 4
7 6 Ant-Man and the Wasp BV $6,188,000 -29.4% 2,233 -780 $2,771 $195,469,435 - 5
8 N The Darkest Minds Fox $5,800,000 - 3,127 - $1,855 $5,800,000 $34 1
9 7 Incredibles 2 BV $5,009,000 -31.0% 1,802 -814 $2,780 $583,141,290 - 8
10 5 Teen Titans Go! To The Movies WB $4,860,000 -53.3% 3,188 - $1,524 $20,784,557 $10 2
11 8 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Uni. $4,010,000 -40.4% 1,914 -771 $2,095 $405,616,075 $170 7
12 14 Eighth Grade A24 $2,870,000 +126.2% 1,084 +926 $2,648 $6,581,474 - 4
13 N Death of a Nation QF $2,325,000 - 1,005 - $2,313 $2,325,000 - 1
14 9 Skyscraper Uni. $2,215,000 -58.5% 1,523 -1,250 $1,454 $64,445,165 $125 4
15 10 The First Purge Uni. $1,330,000 -40.0% 708 -692 $1,879 $67,770,080 $13 5
16 15 Three Identical Strangers Neon $1,053,890 -11.9% 405 -28 $2,602 $8,479,819 - 6
17 12 Sorry to Bother You Annapurna $810,000 -41.0% 404 -398 $2,005 $14,916,602 - 5
18 13 Blindspotting LG/S $660,000 -48.5% 523 - $1,262 $3,172,486 - 3
19 16 Won't You Be My Neighbor? Focus $495,000 -29.7% 284 -180 $1,743 $21,034,607 - 9
20 N Along with the Gods: The Last 49 Days WGUSA $329,000 - 48 - $6,854 $439,000 - 1


Fallout is now at $330m WW

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From Box Office Guru:

And finally this weekend, Disney had another reason to celebrate as in its 25th weekend, Black Panther crossed the $700M mark, making it only the third film in history to do so at the domestic box office. Congrats to T'Challa and family!
What are the other two films? TITANIC and AVATAR?
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What are the other two films? TITANIC and AVATAR?
The Force Awakens and Avatar. Why do you use that website? It looks like an eleven year old made it in 1998.
Old 08-06-18, 08:26 AM
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Re: The Official Box Office Discussion Thread



That horrendous layout has been the same for 20 years. Amazing it’s still around.
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Re: The Official Box Office Discussion Thread

Originally Posted by dex14
The Force Awakens and Avatar. Why do you use that website? It looks like an eleven year old made it in 1998.
It's easy to read.

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