The Weekly Box Office Results Thread

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Re: The Weekly Box Office Results Thread

Post by lanza218 » February 6th, 2015, 5:35 pm

Juputer Ascending Tanked. 20m on track for this weekend. Cost 200m with marketing to make. Looks like Spongebob#1 with 35m

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Re: The Weekly Box Office Results Thread

Post by lanza218 » July 5th, 2015, 11:27 pm

Really dosappointing showing the last 2 weeks for the newcomers:
1 Jurassic World Uni. $30,900,000
2 Inside Out BV $30,105,000
3 Terminator: Genisys Par. $28,700,000
4 Magic Mike XXL WB $11,600,000
5 Ted 2 Uni. $11,000,000
6 Max (2015) WB $6,610,000
7 Spy Fox $5,500,000
8 San Andreas WB $3,030,000
9 Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
10 Dope ORF $1,098,000
11 Mad Max: Fury Road WB $1,070,000
12 Avengers: Age of Ultron BV $852,000
13. Pitch Perfect 2 Uni. $572,000

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Re: The Weekly Box Office Results Thread

Post by WOODMO » July 6th, 2015, 8:19 am

This has been a bad stretch for sequels. Magic Mike 1 was surprisingly good, with an actual story and heart. This second one seems like a cheap excuse to sell tickets to watch the hot men strip. If I was a chick I would be all over it, but I don't have much desire to see the second personally.

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Re: The Weekly Box Office Results Thread

Post by lanza218 » July 11th, 2015, 2:59 pm

WTF happened to Ryan Reynolds??
Universal is estimating that Minions, the 3-D prequel to their Despicable Me franchise is heading to an astonishing $120.9M opening weekend. The CG animated flick from Illumination Entertainment marched into 4,301 venues Friday, the most North American venues in Universal's history, and left with $46.2M for the day.

Thus Minions is now vying for the title of the biggest animated opening of all time (not adjusted for inflation). It appears it will surpass 2004's Shrek 2 with $108M ($919.8M worldwide cume), 2010's Toy Story 3 with $110.3M ($1.06B worldwide cume), and even 2007's mammoth Shrek the Third opening with $121.6M ($799M worldwide cume).

Warner Bros. is reporting that The Gallows, their R-rated horror flick, made $4.5M in 2,720 venues for an estimated $10.8M weekend (depending on how the Twitter-sphere treats it).

Focus Features' Self/Less, with Ryan Reynolds and Ben Kingsley, opened in 2,353 venues and made $1.9M on its way to a likely, feeble $5M weekend.

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Re: The Weekly Box Office Results Thread

Post by lanza218 » August 9th, 2015, 12:55 pm

Here are this weekend’s top five at the box office:

1. Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation — $29.4 million
2. Fantastic Four — $26.2 million
3. The Gift — $12 million
4. Vacation — $9.2 million
5. Ant-Man — $7.8 million

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