Posts Tagged ‘box office’
 

 

Year to Date Box Office & Worldwide Studio Scorecard

WORLDWIDE STUDIO SCORECARD.  Despite having the only movie to cross the $300 million worldwide line (The Lego Movie), Warner Brothers lags behind Sony which has no mega-hit but three of its four films in 2014 are at $100 milli...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 
 

International Box Office through October 6

Updated international box office chart:
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 

 

Year to Date Box Office & Worldwide Studio Scorecard 1.14.2018

WORLDWIDE STUDIO SCORECARD.  Here is an updated look at the 2017 film slates by studio, including early 2018 dollars for films released later in 2017. We will start tracking the 2018 studio slates in a few weeks. YEAR TO DATE...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 
 

FRIDAY 7.17.2015 Box Office Report

Based on Friday’s grosses, weekend #29 of 2015 looks like $176 million for the top 12 films Friday-Sunday, very close to the norm for this weekend but way above last year’s weak weekend. Opening at 3,856 theaters...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 

 

SHOWBUZZDAILY EARLY FRIDAY BOX OFFICE: “Joker” Has The Last Laugh

  Everything has broken right for JOKER (BRON/Village Roadshow/DC/Warners).  Its combination of gold-standard IP with a gritty, violent, R-rated aesthetic has been largely accepted critically and earned it film festival k...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

Year to Date Box Office & Worldwide Studio Scorecard 11.3.2019

  WORLDWIDE STUDIO SCORECARD.  Here is an updated look at the 2019 film slates by studio. BOX OFFICE. Looking at North American box office, 2019 is still -5% below last year’s comparable span and still +1% above thi...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 

 

FRIDAY MARCH 8 BOX OFFICE REPORT

Based on Friday’s grosses, Weekend #10 of 2013 is the first weekend in 7 weeks to match the pace for this time of year: $122 million for the top 12 films Friday-Sunday (even with last year and up 5% from the same weekend ...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 
 

Box Office Year to Date Scorecard — New Format

Looking at wide-release films in North America (those that play on at least 400 screens at some point), 2013 now totals $2.37 billion, down 15% from 2012 and down 8% from the prior four-year average 2009-2012.  Each year-to-da...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 

 

EARLY FRIDAY BOX OFFICE: Hollywood Takes The Holiday Off

  Labor Day weekend is always the exhausted last gasp of the summer movie season, but this year the studios didn’t even try.  Partly it’s the effect of August having generally been a disaster in 2015 (last yea...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 12.22.2019

  OPENINGS:  The numbers for STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER (Lucasfilm/Disney) were always going to be huge, but despite all the “dog ate its homework” excuses like pre-holiday shopping syndrome that are ric...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

INTERNATIONAL BOX OFFICE through June 2

Updated weekly international box office chart.
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 
 

FRIDAY 2.20.2015 Box Office Report

Based on Friday’s grosses, weekend #8 of 2015 looks like $112 million for the top 12 films Friday-Sunday, somewhat above the norms for this weekend.   Opening at 2,575 theaters Friday, The DUFF from CBS Films and Lions...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE PREDICTIONS February 15-17

The 7th weekend of 2013 looks like it will be down from prior years but not at the excessive rates we have seen the past few weekends.  We expect $121 million for the top 12 films Friday-Sunday, 6% to 15% below the normal pace...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 
 

SHOWBUZZDAILY’s State of the Studio: 20th Century Fox

  Our parade of studio summers continues. We’ve reviewed Disney, Warner Bros, Paramount, and Sony, and today’s focus is on 20th Century Fox. Fox has had a distinct strategy this summer, counterprogramming with ...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE PREDICTIONS May 31-June 2

The 22nd weekend of the year is looking like a very good $186 million for the top 12 films, up 30% or more from the same weekend in previous years.    Opening at over 3,000 theaters Friday (a slightly above average theater co...
by Mitch Metcalf