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Old 01-27-19, 07:19 PM
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Re: The Official Box Office Discussion Thread

Personally, between the two I liked Beauty and the Beast better. Ratings wise they're not too far off (not that it necessarily matters for box office results; Mary Poppins is 78% Critics and 69% Audience, BatB is 71% Critics and 80% Audience.
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Re: The Official Box Office Discussion Thread

Originally Posted by Obi-Wan Jabroni
It doesn't matter if it was better. The nostalgia factor is way stronger with BatB than with Mary Poppins. People who saw Beauty and the Beast in theaters as kids and remember it fondly lined up to take their own kids to the new one. People who saw Merry Poppins in theaters as kids are senior citizens.
Which explains why my mom and a family friend who doesnít have any granddaughters both wanted to take my 7-year-old to see it.
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Plus those animated to live action adaptations seem to be way more popular than sequels.
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I was bored to tears with Beauty and the Beast. I really enjoy the animated one, but the live action didn't do it for me. No spark. Kids liked it, though.
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Couldn't agree more. Beautiful to look at, but ZZZZZZZZZ. I got no joy out of it at all. Unlike the brilliant animated film.
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Re: The Official Box Office Discussion Thread

Originally Posted by RichC2
Apparently Disney was unfazed by it's middling performance: https://www.google.com/amp/s/news.av...1831715431/amp
at this comment on that article.

"Joel Schumacher should take over and give Mary Poppins nipples on her costume."
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For the 4-day:
Alita looks to be pulling about $27.7m
Lego 2 is looking at $27.5m,
Isn't it Romantic with $12.3m
Happy Death Day 2 U with $8m.

Kinda sucks HDD2U is tanking (the first opened around $26m opening weekend), but counter programming doesn't always work (and it only cost $9m).
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Looking like Ralph Breaks the Internet will reach the $200 million mark--Disney worked their magic again, though they couldn't quite push Christopher Robin to $100 million.

Oddly, Rampage somehow cleared $100 million despite falling off the Box Office Mojo daily tracking. I'm sure there were some shenanigans there. I noticed because I was curious about how big The Rock's films really were and saw that one had hit $101 million despite seemingly stalling out at $99 million.
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Early weekend estimates per Deadline.com :


That's the highest opening yet for the How to Train Your Dragon franchise.
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Weekend Actuals 2/22 - 2/24
TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1 N How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World Uni. $55,022,245 - 4,259 - $12,919 $57,522,245 $129 1
2 1 Alita: Battle Angel Fox $12,342,291 -56.7% 3,802 +12 $3,246 $61,023,359 $170 2
3 2 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part WB $9,683,481 -53.5% 3,833 -470 $2,526 $83,287,520 - 3
4 41 Fighting with My Family MGM $7,813,113 +5,529.9% 2,711 +2,707 $2,882 $8,028,134 - 2
5 3 Isn't It Romantic WB (NL) $7,121,121 -50.0% 3,444 - $2,068 $33,379,863 - 2
6 4 What Men Want Par. $5,248,197 -50.8% 2,389 -523 $2,197 $45,109,263 $20 3
7 5 Happy Death Day 2U Uni. $4,888,785 -48.5% 3,212 +5 $1,522 $21,511,665 $9 2
8 6 Cold Pursuit LG/S $3,210,838 -46.3% 2,320 -310 $1,384 $26,996,405 - 3
9 7 The Upside STX $3,177,958 -42.1% 2,148 -633 $1,479 $99,707,367 $37.5 7
10 N Run the Race RAtt. $2,160,713 - 853 - $2,533 $2,160,713 - 1
11 10 Green Book Uni. $2,128,015 -26.3% 1,253 -397 $1,698 $69,645,701 $23 15
12 8 Glass Uni. $1,769,985 -54.9% 1,446 -1,129 $1,224 $107,935,040 $20 6
13 9 The Prodigy Orion $1,122,595 -64.6% 1,331 -1,199 $843 $13,503,116 $6 3
14 N Total Dhamaal FIP $989,387 - 202 - $4,898 $989,387 - 1
15 11 Gully Boy VPD $976,466 -52.3% 269 +11 $3,630 $4,216,437 - 2
16 12 Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Sony $884,085 -56.2% 743 -464 $1,190 $184,924,110 $90 11
17 13 Aquaman WB $759,715 -58.9% 741 -523 $1,025 $332,935,262 - 10
18 24 Vice Annapurna $633,756 +10.6% 702 - $903 $47,116,406 - 9
19 17 Bohemian Rhapsody Fox $624,525 -36.3% 424 -138 $1,473 $213,118,025 $52 17
20 21 A Star is Born (2018) WB $610,148 -21.9% 745 +102 $819 $210,843,346 $36 21
21 20 The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2019 Magn. $595,220 -27.0% 415 +45 $1,434 $3,202,651 - 3
22 22 The Favourite FoxS $557,077 -13.6% 288 -36 $1,934 $32,124,805 - 14
23 15 They Shall Not Grow Old WB $540,805 -46.7% 448 -178 $1,207 $16,400,179 - 10


I'm personally a little bummed that HDD2U did so poorly overall, but man, HTTD3 killed it.
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Re: The Official Box Office Discussion Thread

I'm happy for How to Train Your Dragon, the series is a favorite of mine and underrated when compared to Pixar and Disney work, IMO.
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Weekend Actuals 3/1 - 3/3 2019:

TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1 1 How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World Uni. $30,028,540 -45.4% 4,286 +27 $7,006 $97,678,815 $129 2
2 N Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral LGF $27,062,332 - 2,442 - $11,082 $27,062,332 - 1
3 2 Alita: Battle Angel Fox $7,221,417 -41.5% 3,096 -706 $2,332 $72,452,725 $170 3
4 3 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part WB $6,600,258 -31.8% 3,458 -375 $1,909 $91,660,298 - 4
5 4 Fighting with My Family MGM $4,661,991 -40.3% 2,855 +144 $1,633 $14,916,612 - 3
6 11 Green Book Uni. $4,573,320 +114.9% 2,641 +1,388 $1,732 $75,782,931 $23 16
7 5 Isn't It Romantic WB (NL) $4,514,602 -36.6% 3,325 -119 $1,358 $40,168,605 - 3
8 N Greta Focus $4,481,910 - 2,411 - $1,859 $4,481,910 - 1
9 6 What Men Want Par. $2,763,886 -47.3% 2,018 -371 $1,370 $49,704,890 $20 4
10 7 Happy Death Day 2U Uni. $2,456,240 -49.8% 2,331 -881 $1,054 $25,222,850 $9 3
11 16 Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Sony $2,151,246 +143.3% 2,404 +1,661 $895 $187,437,456 $90 12
12 9 The Upside STX $2,011,496 -36.7% 1,607 -541 $1,252 $102,800,116 $37.5 8
13 20 A Star is Born (2018) WB $1,854,207 +203.9% 1,235 +490 $1,501 $212,883,546 $36 22
14 8 Cold Pursuit LG/S $1,656,170 -48.4% 1,765 -555 $938 $29,918,299 - 4
15 N Apollo 11 Neon $1,607,040 - 120 - $13,392 $1,607,040 - 1
16 10 Run the Race RAtt. $1,313,619 -39.2% 1,075 +222 $1,222 $4,150,666 - 2
17 19 Bohemian Rhapsody Fox $961,926 +54.0% 839 +415 $1,147 $214,453,523 $52 18
18 12 Glass Uni. $892,320 -49.6% 756 -690 $1,180 $109,462,570 $20 7
19 22 The Favourite FoxS $813,941 +46.1% 742 +454 $1,097 $33,205,980 - 15
20 28 Everybody Knows Focus $467,520 +49.2% 209 +138 $2,237 $1,263,256 - 4
21 17 Aquaman WB $458,206 -39.7% 434 -307 $1,056 $333,658,285 - 11
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Friday's numbers:

Rank*TitleFriday
3/8

(Estimates)
Saturday
3/9
Sunday
3/10
Monday
3/11
<big>1</big>CAPTAIN MARVEL
<small>Buena Vista

</small>4,310
$61,382,000

<nobr><small>-- / $14,242</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$61,382,000 / 1</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>2</big>HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON: THE HIDDEN WORLD
<small>Universal

</small>4,042
$3,335,000

<nobr><small>+142.8% / $825</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$108,301,125 / 15</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>3</big>TYLER PERRY'S A MADEA FAMILY FUNERAL
<small>Lionsgate

</small>2,442
$3,240,000

<nobr><small>+168.1% / $1,327</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$37,069,810 / 8</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>5</big>ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL
<small>Fox

</small>2,374
$800,000

<nobr><small>+82% / $337</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$75,946,064 / 23</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>4</big>THE LEGO MOVIE 2: THE SECOND PART
<small>Warner Bros.

</small>2,930
$800,000

<nobr><small>+159.3% / $273</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$94,084,961 / 29</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>6</big>ISN'T IT ROMANTIC
<small>Warner Bros. (New Line)

</small>2,223
$700,000

<nobr><small>+126.4% / $315</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$42,444,720 / 24</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>7</big>GREEN BOOK
<small>Universal

</small>2,097
$672,000

<nobr><small>+91.7% / $320</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$78,323,871 / 113</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>8</big>GRETA
<small>Focus Features

</small>2,417
$625,000

<nobr><small>+109.7% / $259</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$6,715,735 / 8</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>9</big>FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY
<small>MGM

</small>2,455
$575,000

<nobr><small>+127% / $234</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$17,043,090 / 23</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>10</big>WHAT MEN WANT
<small>Paramount

</small>1,062
$333,000

<nobr><small>+78.5% / $314</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$51,130,160 / 29</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>11</big>APOLLO 11
<small>Neon

</small>405
$299,000

<nobr><small>+108.3% / $738</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$2,778,952 / 8</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>12</big>THE UPSIDE
<small>STX Entertainment

</small>1,010
$282,000

<nobr><small>+110.8% / $279</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$103,802,031 / 57</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>HAPPY DEATH DAY 2U
<small>Universal

</small>1,098
$242,000

<nobr><small>+133.9% / $220</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$26,168,645 / 24</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>A STAR IS BORN (2018)
<small>Warner Bros.

</small>810
$230,000

<nobr><small>+39.3% / $284</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$214,018,255 / 155</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>COLD PURSUIT
<small>Lionsgate/Summit

</small>823
$143,000

<nobr><small>+24.4% / $174</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$30,744,970 / 29</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE
<small>Sony / Columbia

</small>824
$130,000

<nobr><small>+3.7% / $158</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$188,271,684 / 85</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY
<small>Fox

</small>386
$94,000

<nobr><small>+15.2% / $244</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$214,952,036 / 127</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>THE FAVOURITE
<small>Fox Searchlight

</small>278
$70,000

<nobr><small>+3.1% / $252</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$33,619,298 / 106</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET
<small>Buena Vista

</small>209
$65,000

<nobr><small>+214.6% / $311</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$200,322,283 / 108</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>MARY POPPINS RETURNS
<small>Buena Vista

</small>215
$41,000

<nobr><small>+101% / $191</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$171,344,260 / 80</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>TOTAL DHAMAAL
<small>FIP

</small>117
$36,000

<nobr><small>+111.4% / $308</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$1,900,552 / 15</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

N/A
<big>-</big>THE PRODIGY
<small>Orion Pictures

</small>152
$28,832

<nobr><small>+8.3% / $190</small></nobr>
<nobr><small>$14,565,786 / 29</small></nobr>

N/A

N/A

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

</small>-

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A
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so what does the estimate for the 3-day weekend look like for CM? why Mon in the above #'s?
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Originally Posted by OldBoy
so what does the estimate for the 3-day weekend look like for CM? why Mon in the above #'s?
3-day $157m - $160m, I think it'll correct down slightly but overall very impressive.

That's just how Box Office Mojo does their daily grids.
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3 day $153m
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Weekend actuals for 3/8/2019 - 3/10/2019:
TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1 N Captain Marvel BV $153,433,423 - 4,310 - $35,599 $153,433,423 - 1
2 1 How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World Uni. $14,685,005 -51.1% 4,042 -244 $3,633 $119,651,130 $129 3
3 2 Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral LGF $12,465,383 -53.9% 2,442 - $5,105 $46,295,193 - 2
4 4 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part WB $3,868,248 -41.4% 2,930 -528 $1,320 $97,153,209 - 5
5 3 Alita: Battle Angel Fox $3,215,344 -55.5% 2,374 -722 $1,354 $78,361,408 $170 4
6 6 Green Book Uni. $2,511,325 -45.1% 2,097 -544 $1,198 $80,163,196 $23 17
7 7 Isn't It Romantic WB (NL) $2,261,026 -49.9% 2,223 -1,102 $1,017 $44,005,746 - 4
8 8 Greta Focus $2,188,430 -51.2% 2,417 +6 $905 $8,279,165 - 2
9 5 Fighting with My Family MGM $2,184,010 -53.2% 2,455 -400 $890 $18,652,100 - 4
10 15 Apollo 11 Neon $1,250,931 -22.2% 405 +285 $3,089 $3,730,883 - 2
11 9 What Men Want Par. $1,242,533 -55.0% 1,062 -956 $1,170 $52,039,693 $20 5
12 12 The Upside STX $1,028,195 -48.9% 1,010 -597 $1,018 $104,548,226 $37.5 9
13 10 Happy Death Day 2U Uni. $870,650 -64.6% 1,098 -1,233 $793 $26,797,295 $9 4
14 13 A Star is Born (2018) WB $740,256 -60.1% 810 -425 $914 $214,528,511 $36 23
15 11 Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Sony $649,380 -69.8% 824 -1,580 $788 $188,791,064 $90 13
16 16 Run the Race RAtt. $615,870 -53.1% 753 -322 $818 $5,250,119 - 3
17 N Badla Relbig. $596,446 - 50 - $11,929 $596,446 - 1
18 N The Kid (2019) LGF $514,286 - 268 - $1,919 $514,286 - 1


Not a ton to comment on. Both Captain Marvel and HTTD:The Hidden World are at around $450m worldwide.
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Early Weekend Estimates courtesy of Deadline.com: https://deadline.com/2019/03/captain...ts-1202575749/
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Weekend Estimates - 3/15 - 3/17/19:

TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1 1 Captain Marvel BV $69,318,000 -54.8% 4,310 - $16,083 $266,213,933 - 2
2 N Wonder Park Par. $16,000,000 - 3,838 - $4,169 $16,000,000 - 1
3 N Five Feet Apart LGF $13,150,000 - 2,803 - $4,691 $13,150,000 - 1
4 2 How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World Uni. $9,345,000 -36.4% 3,727 -315 $2,507 $135,643,095 $129 4
5 3 Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral LGF $8,085,000 -35.1% 2,350 -92 $3,440 $59,068,015 - 3
6 N No Manches Frida 2 PNT $3,894,000 - 472 - $8,250 $3,894,000 - 1
7 N Captive State Focus $3,163,000 - 2,548 - $1,241 $3,163,000 - 1
8 4 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part WB $2,135,000 -44.8% 2,046 -884 $1,043 $101,319,713 - 6
9 5 Alita: Battle Angel Fox $1,900,000 -40.9% 1,696 -678 $1,120 $81,821,539 $170 5
10 6 Green Book Uni. $1,277,000 -49.2% 1,320 -777 $967 $82,621,031 $23 18
11 7 Isn't It Romantic WB (NL) $1,265,000 -44.1% 1,366 -857 $926 $46,366,440 - 5
12 10 Apollo 11 Neon $1,226,000 -2.0% 588 +183 $2,085 $5,540,883 - 3
13 9 Fighting with My Family MGM $1,109,003 -49.2% 1,580 -875 $702 $20,900,777 - 5
14 12 The Upside STX $810,000 -21.2% 880 -130 $920 $105,875,578 $37.5 10
15 11 What Men Want Par. $730,000 -41.2% 587 -475 $1,244 $53,437,016 $20 6
16 8 Greta Focus $675,000 -69.2% 980 -1,437 $689 $10,004,700 - 3
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CM certainly has killed it...
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$760 million ww

Not too shabby.
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It's strange that there doesn't seem to be any box office information for the new Nancy Drew movie.
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Originally Posted by mwbmis
It's strange that there doesn't seem to be any box office information for the new Nancy Drew movie.
I had the same thought. Maybe because itís an AMC theater exclusive?
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What's NO MANCHES FRIDA 2? A sequel to the Frida Kahlo biopic with Salma Hayek some years ago?
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Originally Posted by Ash Ketchum
What's NO MANCHES FRIDA 2? A sequel to the Frida Kahlo biopic with Salma Hayek some years ago?
Tough to say, it's a remake of a German film thats title was translated to Fuck You, Goethe and released as Suck Me Shakespeer in the US. That series now has 3 movies and this is on movie 2.

Goethe was the name of the school in the original. I assume Frida is the name of the school in the remake.

No Manches Frida would be what? Are you kidding me, Frida? Fuck you Frida! Really, Frida?

Last edited by RichC2; 03-20-19 at 10:25 AM.

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