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June 18th Weekend

Postby Brockster » June 18th, 2010, 8:58 am

Estimates:

Shryke:
1. Toy Story 3 - $98 million
2. The Karate Kid - $30 million
3. The A-Team - $15 million
4. Jonah Hex - $12 million
5. Shrek Forever After - $10 million


Lee's:
1. Toy Story 3 - $114 million
2. The Karate Kid - $32.8 million
3. Jonah Hex - $13.6 million
4. The A-Team - $11.1 million
5. Shrek Forever After - $8.5 million


Box Office Guru:
1. Toy Story 3 - $95 million
2. The Karate Kid - $33 million
3. The A-Team - $13 million
4. Jonah Hex - $12 million
*nothing listed for Shrek

On a side note Toy Story 3 already has a 9.4 score on imdb.com with 1,290 votes.

Not as exciting of a weekend for the big dogs, but should be very interesting on the limited release front.
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Re: June 18th Weekend

Postby Brockster » June 18th, 2010, 4:02 pm

Found this on the HSX forums:

Not posting #'s but Toy did just a little under 4x WALL-E and Jonah did less than Splice


Can we officially call Jonah Hex a complete and epic failure?
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Re: June 18th Weekend

Postby Buscemi » June 18th, 2010, 4:24 pm

Yes. 13% on Rotten Tomatoes and a final run time of 72 minutes without credits is just awful. Warner Bros. should have just buried the film in the fall and given Splice more of a shot to do well.

Also, I found out that Mastodon's score is still in the film...despite being rejected two months ago in favor of a score by Marco Beltrami. Did Beltrami realize that the movie was crap and left or did he simply not give a damn by just reusing older scores? Reminds me of how Danny Elfman had his Wolfman score rejected (not a very good score, by the way), to be replaced by a score by former Tangerine Dream member Paul Haslinger. Haslinger's score was rejected and replaced by....Danny Elfman!
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Re: June 18th Weekend

Postby W » June 18th, 2010, 5:43 pm

Toy Story also has a 9.5 IMDb rating with over 1700 votes...
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Re: June 18th Weekend

Postby Brockster » June 18th, 2010, 5:50 pm

Wow, that's up from my original post at 9 this morning!
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Re: June 18th Weekend

Postby Geezer » June 21st, 2010, 11:40 pm

Toy Story was on the high end of the estimates, 110 mil. Damn. When this was FIRST announced, Way back in the days of actual Fantasy Moguls, I created the "Toy Story 3 is going to rake in 400 million dollars" thread/post (not sure which) but I never wavered from that prediction. And I think it will have the legs to get there. I put this on just about every slate, and I'm happy to say that I did. I can't wait to go check it out for myself tomorrow.
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Re: June 18th Weekend

Postby W » June 21st, 2010, 11:45 pm

It's #11 on the Top 250 with a 9.4 rating, 8.8 counted with the Top 250 formula which is slightly different... We'll see where it levels out.
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Re: June 18th Weekend

Postby W » June 23rd, 2010, 1:11 am

W wrote:It's #11 on the Top 250 with a 9.4 rating, 8.8 counted with the Top 250 formula which is slightly different... We'll see where it levels out.


It's now number 8 with a UR of 9.3 (8.8 for 250)
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