2020 At The Boxoffice

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Charts, also discussing The Wretched and what might have happened if Fast 9 had opened this weekend, as was originally planned:

 
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Last weekend's top films, per Deadline, which includes a number of reissues since there are not many new releases. The article also says there were about 988 theaters open last weekend in North America, though 102 of the 105 top grossing locations were drive-ins.

Here is the weekend box office per industry estimates for June 12-14:

1..The Invisible Man (Uni/Blumhouse) 147 (+26) theaters, 3-day: $383K (+37%), cume $67.8M/Wk 16

2..Trolls World Tour (Uni) 248 (+51) theaters 3-day: $275,700 (-9%), cume: $3.6M/Wk 10

3..Back to the Future (Uni) 91 theaters, 3-day: $263,200/Running lifetime cume: $211.4M/Wk 1 of 2020 reissue

4..The Hunt (Uni) 83 (+19) theaters, 3-day: $227,800 (+21%), cume: $8.1M/Wk 14

5..Jumanji: The Next Level (Sony) 92 theaters (+24) 3-day: $212,700 (+26%), cume: $323M/Wk 27

6..E.T. (Uni) 78 theaters, 3-day: $195K/lifetime cume: $435.3M/Wk 1 of 2020 reissue

7..Becky (Quiver) 50 theaters (+5), 3-day: $187,600 (-9%), cume: $482,6K /wk 2

8…Infamous (Vertical) 54 theaters, 3-day: $160,300/Wk 1

9..Jurassic Park (Uni) 132 theaters, 3-day: $158,700,lifetime cume: $403M /wk 1 of 2020 reissue

10..The Goonies (WB) 136 theaters (+70) 3-day: $154,700 (+39%), lifetime cume: $62.7M/Wk 2 of 2020 reissue

11..The Wretched (IFC) 99 theaters (-), 3-day: $148,400 (-25%), cume: $1.37M/Wk 7
https://deadline.com/2020/06/king-o...universal-top-10-coronavirus-pvod-1202959765/
 
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Here is the weekend box office per industry estimates for June 19-21:

1..Jurassic Park (Uni) 230 (+98) theaters, 3-day: $517,600 (+226%),lifetime cume: $404.3M /wk no. 1,411

2…Jaws (Uni) 187 theaters, 3-day: $516,300, lifetime cume: $263.9M/wk. no. 2,349 (wow)

3..The Invisible Man (Uni/Blumhouse) 157 (+10) theaters, 3-day: $201,300 (-47%), cume $68.4M/Wk 17

4..Trolls World Tour (Uni) 289 (+41) theaters 3-day: $160,000 (-42%), cume: $3.9M/Wk 11

5..The Hunt (Uni) 95 (+12) theaters, 3-day: $136,700(-40%), cume: $8.4M/Wk 15

6..Back to the Future (Uni) 122 theaters (+91), 3-day: $131,600 (-50%)/Running lifetime cume: $214.3M/wk 1,825

7. Followed (Global) 42 theaters, 3-day: $127,231/Wk 1

8..E.T. (Uni) 100 theaters (+22), 3-day: $126,100 (-35%)/lifetime cume: $435.4M/Wk 1,985

9..Jumanji: The Next Level (Sony) 97 theaters (+5) 3-day: $117,900 (-44%), cume: $323.2M/Wk 28

10..The Goonies (WB) 170 theaters (+34) 3-day: $110,850 (-28%), lifetime cume: $65.6M/Wk 1,829 pm

 
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Charts this week, which mostly involves Dan going over the recent release date changes and what should happen with movies for the rest of the year:

 

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Unsurprisingly, the ridiculous lawsuit in New Jersey has not gone according to the theater owners' wishes.

 
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Forgive me if this has already been discussed here- the upcoming Academy Awards- I can’t imagine they’re going to be given out in February due to lack of films that have had theater runs. Will/should the awards be canceled?
 

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I can’t imagine they’re going to be given out in February due to lack of films that have had theater runs.
They won't. The Academy has changed the date for the next Oscars to April 25, 2021. Also, films that premiere on streaming services or VOD platforms will now still be eligible for consideration as long as they were originally intended for theatrical release prior to the pandemic. There was a thread about this a while back.

Of course, if the movie business does not come back to life soon, there might be further changes. We'll see what happens.
 
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