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2020 At The Boxoffice

Discussion in 'Movies' started by Tino, Dec 24, 2019.

  1. Tino

    Tino Executive Producer
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    1 1 Bad Boys for Life $17,675,000 -48% 3,705 -70 $4,770 $148,051,531 3 Sony Pictures Releasing
    2 2 1917 $9,660,000 -39.3% 3,987 +50 $2,422 $119,246,389 6 Universal Pictures
    3 3 Dolittle $7,700,000 -36.9% 3,750 -405 $2,053 $55,218,820 3 Universal Pictures
    4 - Gretel & Hansel $6,050,830 - 3,007 - $2,012 $6,050,830 1 United Artists Releasing
    5 4 The Gentlemen $6,010,000 -43.6% 2,675 +510 $2,246 $20,441,089 2 STX Entertainment
    6 5 Jumanji: The Next Level $6,000,000 -22.1% 2,945 -176 $2,037 $291,217,153 8 Sony Pictures Releasing
    7 7 Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker $3,193,000 -42.7% 2,202 -598 $1,450 $507,056,021 7 Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
    8 6 The Turning $3,050,000 -56.1% 2,571 - $1,186 $11,705,440 2 Universal Pictures
    9 8 Little Women $3,015,000 -34.5% 2,301 -227 $1,310 $98,770,632 6 Sony Pictures Releasing
    10 - The Rhythm Section $2,800,000 - 3,049 - $918 $2,800,000 1 Paramount Pictures
    11 10 Knives Out $2,750,000 -22.3% 1,555 -112 $1,768 $155,734,764 10 Lionsgate
    12 9 Just Mercy $2,355,000 -41.6% 1,807 -601 $1,303 $30,996,409 6 Warner Bros.
    13 11 Frozen II $1,721,000 -35% 1,392 -358 $1,236 $472,358,370 11 Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
    14 12 Parasite $1,627,500 -17.5% 1,060 - $1,535 $33,396,780 17 Neon
    15 15 Jojo Rabbit $1,352,000 -3.8% 1,173 +13 $1,152 $27,980,411 16 Fox Searchlight Pictures
    16 13 Spies in Disguise $1,167,000 -33.7% 1,028 -295 $1,135 $63,577,126 6 Twentieth Century Fox
    17 - 2020 Oscar-Nominated Short Films $1,110,000 - 460 - $2,413 $1,110,000 1 Magnolia Pictures
    18 18 Ford v Ferrari $683,000 -16.3% 924 +120 $739 $115,378,854 12 Twentieth Century Fox
    19 17 The Last Full Measure $519,110 -50.9% 617 +3 $841 $2,084,553 2 Roadside Attractions
    20 14 Like a Boss $500,000 -66.8% 665 -1,058 $751 $21,556,446 4 Paramount Pictures
     
  2. Jake Lipson

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    Charting With Dan for this week:

     
  3. Adam Lenhardt

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    Early indications are that Birds of Prey is significantly underperforming at the box office. Not surprised, given the marketing campaign.
     
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  5. Tino

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    Another movie that is better than the marketing campaign behind it.
     
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    This is why the marketing campaign matters. I'm not a pre-existing fan of this character, so the marketing had to make me want to see it. My impression of the trailer was extremely negative. I don't really see why I should go pay money to see it in the theater when I think it looks terrible. It might be good. But they haven't sold me on it.
     
  8. Josh Steinberg

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    I think this is the first DCEU movie that I haven’t seen opening weekend and will probably miss in theaters. I believe you guys that it’s better than its trailers but with so many content options available all the time, there’s nothing about this movie that screams at me as being essential to see in theaters opening weekend.
     
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    1 - Birds of Prey $33,250,000 - 4,236 - $7,849 $33,250,000 1 Warner Bros.
    2 1 Bad Boys for Life $12,005,000 -32.1% 3,530 -175 $3,400 $166,327,207 4 Sony Pictures Releasing
    3 2 1917 $9,000,000 -5.2% 3,548 -439 $2,536 $132,542,909 7 Universal Pictures
    4 3 Dolittle $6,660,000 -12.3% 3,462 -288 $1,923 $63,959,985 4 Universal Pictures
    5 5 Jumanji: The Next Level $5,530,000 -7.8% 2,729 -216 $2,026 $298,460,411 9 Sony Pictures Releasing
    6 6 The Gentlemen $4,180,000 -25.5% 2,557 -118 $1,634 $26,851,981 3 STX Entertainment
    7 4 Gretel & Hansel $3,510,659 -43% 3,007 - $1,167 $11,534,899 2 United Artists Releasing
    8 11 Knives Out $2,350,000 -8.9% 1,443 -112 $1,628 $158,941,650 11 Lionsgate
    9 8 Little Women $2,325,000 -24.4% 1,805 -496 $1,288 $102,673,143 7 Sony Pictures Releasing
    10 7 Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker $2,226,000 -30.7% 1,746 -456 $1,274 $510,547,478 8 Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
    11 9 The Turning $1,540,000 -48.9% 1,848 -723 $833 $14,151,330 3 Universal Pictures
    12 12 Just Mercy $1,540,000 -29% 1,315 -492 $1,171 $33,390,112 7 Warner Bros.
    13 15 Jojo Rabbit $1,534,000 +14% 1,096 -77 $1,399 $30,280,950 17 Fox Searchlight Pictures
    14 14 Parasite $1,500,000 +2.7% 1,060 - $1,415 $35,472,282 18 Neon
    15 13 Frozen II $1,322,000 -26% 1,131 -261 $1,168 $474,255,674 12 Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
    16 10 The Rhythm Section $1,005,000 -63% 3,049 - $329 $4,897,991 2 Paramount Pictures
    17 16 Spies in Disguise $963,000 -18.7% 800 -228 $1,203 $64,878,667 7 Twentieth Century Fox
    18 17 2020 Oscar Nominated Short Films $825,000 -28.6% 535 +70 $1,542 $2,655,444 2 Magnolia Pictures
    19 18 Ford v Ferrari $680,000 +9.8% 743 -181 $915 $116,376,692 13 Twentieth Century Fox
    20 21 Uncut Gems $658,936 +55.9% 1,142 +650 $577 $49,244,449 9 A24
    21 25 Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood $280,000 +89.2% 583 -36 $480 $142,451,868 29 Sony Pictures Releasing
    22 24 Bombshell $237,000 -25.5% 272 -206 $871 $31,272,756 9 Lionsgate
    23 19 Like a Boss $200,000 -60% 295 -370 $677 $21,963,873 5 Paramount Pictures
    24 20 The Last Full Measure $189,400 -58.8% 279 -338 $678 $2,509,325 3 Roadside Attractions
    25 23 Weathering with You $141,932 -62.3% 106 -118 $1,338 $7,556,201 4 GKIDS
    26 22 Underwater $124,000 -67.4% 226 -375 $548 $17,014,061 5
     
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    Great holds on this Oscar weekend especially 1917 with only a 5.2% drop and closing in on $300 million worldwide with much more to come after its anticipated Oscar wins tonight.

    Jumanji and Knives Out holding strong too.
     
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    Who would have thought that Knives Out would still be in the Top 10 in its eleventh week?!?
     
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    Knives Out still making money is even more impressive when you consider that it’s available for sale digitally at a price that’s less than the cost of a single movie ticket in many markets.
     
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    Charting With Dan for this weekend dissecting the opening weekend of Birds of Prey:

     
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    1 - Sonic the Hedgehog $57,000,000 - 4,167 - $13,678 $57,000,000 1 Paramount Pictures
    2 1 Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn $17,115,000 -48.2% 4,236 - $4,040 $59,273,302 2 Warner Bros.
    3 - Fantasy Island $12,400,000 - 2,784 - $4,454 $12,400,000 1 Sony Pictures Releasing
    4 - The Photograph $12,270,000 - 2,516 - $4,876 $12,270,000 1 Universal Pictures
    5 2 Bad Boys for Life $11,305,000 -5.9% 3,185 -345 $3,549 $181,327,306 5 Sony Pictures Releasing
    6 3 1917 $8,090,000 -12.4% 2,084 -1,464 $3,881 $144,414,984 8 Universal Pictures
    7 5 Jumanji: The Next Level $5,700,000 +2.6% 2,729 - $2,088 $305,716,286 10 Sony Pictures Releasing
    8 11 Parasite $5,500,500 +234.2% 2,001 +941 $2,748 $43,188,048 19 Neon
    9 4 Dolittle $5,050,000 -22.7% 2,869 -593 $1,760 $70,501,515 5 Universal Pictures
    10 - Downhill $4,671,000 - 2,301 - $2,029 $4,671,000 1 Fox Searchlight Pictures
    11 6 The Gentlemen $2,730,000 -35.2% 1,802 -755 $1,514 $31,254,063 4 STX Entertainment
    12 10 Knives Out $2,127,000 -7.4% 1,154 -289 $1,843 $161,838,017 12 Lionsgate
    13 8 Little Women $1,525,000 -35.8% 1,035 -770 $1,473 $105,328,006 8 Sony Pictures Releasing
    14 7 Gretel & Hansel $1,493,261 -58.3% 1,645 -1,362 $907 $14,175,178 3 United Artists Releasing
    15 9 Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker $1,267,000 -45.2% 992 -754 $1,277 $512,753,363 9 Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
    16 12 Jojo Rabbit $924,000 -38.9% 484 -612 $1,909 $31,779,308 18 Fox Searchlight Pictures
    17 15 Frozen II $865,000 -37.2% 716 -415 $1,208 $475,552,703 13 Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
    18 13 Just Mercy $765,000 -49.3% 846 -469 $904 $34,745,166 8 Warner Bros.
    19 14 The Turning $550,000 -63.2% 610 -1,238 $901 $15,076,565 4 Universal Pictures
    20 17 Spies in Disguise $497,000 -50.1% 519 -281 $957 $65,639,404 8 Twentieth Century Fox
     
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    Paramount's gotta feel like its investment in redesigning Sonic after that much-mocked first trailer is paying off.
     
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    I'm not interested in Sonic, but good for Paramount that they have a hit. Their highest grosser of all of last year was Rocketman, which topped out under $100 million domestic, and obviously they had some pricey flops recently, like Gemani Man and Dark Fate. So they badly needed this to work and it's good that it is.

    Also notable with this weekend's grosses that Frozen II has hit $475 million domestically. That will be its final major milestone, since the Blu-ray arrives next week. But, what a run it has had. It is #4 domestic for 2019 behind Endgame, The Lion King, and The Rise of Skywalker, and in most other years that gross would be enough to be #1. It is #17 all-time domestic just behind Finding Dory. Worldwide, it charted even higher at #3 for 2019, behind only Endgame and Lion King, with $1.4 billion. Of course, this success was pretty easy to see coming because the first one is such a beloved title, but still. I really loved the sequel for doing something new and different with the characters and am glad it has been responded to as well as it has.
     
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    Jumanji: The Next Level also passed $300 million domestic over the past couple of days. Still a drop from the last film, but another huge hit nonetheless. Worldwide is nearly $800 million.
     
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    And Jumanji has been incredibly leggy, holding on longer and better than Star Wars even though it came out first.
     
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    Impossible to say, as we have no idea how the movie would've done if released with the original design! :)
     
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    I think it's still clear that Paramount thinks that was money well spent. If they thought the movie would sell with the original design after the reaction to the trailer, they wouldn't have spent the money to redo it. Now, the movie is doing very well
     
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