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Re: Daniel's Weekend BoxOffice Predictions (6/16-18/2017)

Postby Buscemi » June 18th, 2017, 8:41 am

Both will drop quick though. Cinemascores were in the C range (Rough Night C+, 47 Meters Down C).

And I'm surprised by 47 Meters Down's result too. Maybe releasing movies on DVD first is a good concept after all.
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Re: Daniel's Weekend BoxOffice Predictions (6/16-18/2017)

Postby Shrykespeare » June 18th, 2017, 1:13 pm

Weekend Estimates

Top 10:
5 points - Cars 3, $53.5M
4 points - Wonder Woman, $40.8M
3 points - All Eyez on Me, $27.0M
2 points - The Mummy, $13.9M
1 point - 47 Meters Down, $11.5M
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, $8.4M
Rough Night, $8.0M
Captain Underpants, $7.3M
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, $5.0M
It Comes at Night, $2.6M

13. The Book of Henry, $1.4M


PTA:
5 points - Cars 3
4 points - All Eyez on Me
3 points - Wonder Woman
2 points - Beatriz at Dinner
1 point - 47 Meters Down
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Re: Daniel's Weekend BoxOffice Predictions (6/16-18/2017)

Postby Walleye413 » June 18th, 2017, 10:34 pm

So which is the "bigger" surprise of the summer? Wonder Woman or 47 meters down?
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Re: Daniel's Weekend BoxOffice Predictions (6/16-18/2017)

Postby W » June 19th, 2017, 1:43 am

Walleye413 wrote:So which is the "bigger" surprise of the summer? Wonder Woman or 47 meters down?


For me it's All Eyez. Thought it was one of those movies that tried to replicate success of a new trend while not understanding why it did well. R-rated superhero flicks, gritty films, comic book looking movies (like The Spirit), found footage, music biopics early this century, etc.

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Re: Daniel's Weekend BoxOffice Predictions (6/16-18/2017)

Postby numbersix » June 19th, 2017, 3:37 am

Surely the fact that Wonder Woman is almost going to match Guardians 2, and certainly beat Batman Vs Superman, is a bigger surprise. All Eyez shouldn't be a huge surprise considering Tupac is more widely popular than NWA
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Re: Daniel's Weekend BoxOffice Predictions (6/16-18/2017)

Postby Shrykespeare » June 20th, 2017, 6:46 pm

Weekend Actuals

Top 10:
5 points - Cars 3, $53.7M
4 points - Wonder Woman, $41.3M
3 points - All Eyez on Me, $26.4M
2 points - The Mummy, $14.5M
1 point - 47 Meters Down, $11.2M
POTC: Dead Men Tell No Tales, $8.9M
Rough Night, $8.0M
Captain Underpants, $7.2M
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, $5.1M
It Comes at Night, $2.6M


PTA:
5 points - Cars 3, $12,615
4 points - All Eyez on Me, $10,698
3 points - Wonder Woman, $10,271
2 points - Beatriz at Dinner, $9,118
1 point - The Hero, $5,059
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