Posts Tagged ‘box office’
 

 

Weekend Box Office Predictions 8.14-16.2015

Weekend #33 of 2015 is looking like $124 million for the top 12 films this weekend, very close to the norm for this weekend (see comparisons below). Straight Outta Compton from Universal should open with a $45.5 million thre...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 
 

Behind the Weekend Box Office – 8.22.2021

  It’s been a while since we’ve had a chance to look at box office together, and the period has been a busy one, with the return of Hollywood blockbusters like A Quiet Place Part II, F9, The Suicide Squad and B...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

FRIDAY 9.11.2015 Box Office Report

Based on Friday’s grosses, weekend #37 of 2015 looks like $82 million for the top 12 films Friday-Sunday, slightly above the norm for the first weekend after Labor Day (see track below). Opening at 2,221 theaters Frid...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 
 

FRIDAY MARCH 21 Box Office Report

Based on Friday’s grosses, weekend #12 of 2014 looks like $131 million for the top 12 films Friday-Sunday, very similar to the same weekend last year and 8% below the average for this weekend the past several years.   Op...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 

 

US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office Report – 1.17.2021

  OPENINGS:  THE MARKSMAN (Open Road) allows Liam Neeson to lay claim to being the most prolific movie star of the pandemic, following on the releases of Honest Thief and the smaller-scale Made In Italy.  Despite a holid...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

FRIDAY 3.27.2015 Box Office Report

Based on Friday’s grosses, weekend #13 of 2015 looks like $150 million for the top 12 films Friday-Sunday, above the norms for this weekend. Opening at 3,708 theaters Friday, Home from Fox and DreamWorks Animation is o...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 

 

Weekend Studio Estimates AUGUST 22-24

Based on Friday’s and Saturday’s grosses, weekend #34 of 2014 now looks like $105 million for the top 12 films Friday-Sunday, a little better than yesterday’s estimate ($103 million) but still somewhat below o...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 
 

International Box Office through June 30

Updated international box office chart:
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 

 

International Box Office through December 29

Updated worldwide box office chart for 2013 North American films.  The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug (Warner Brothers) and Frozen (Disney) are the top American performers overseas by far this past week.  Also, click here fo...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 
 

“AVENGERS” BOX OFFICE: Ultron Huge But Perhaps Not Ultra

  There was wide speculation that AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON (Marvel/Disney) would outgross the opening weekend of the first Avengers, but in the US that may not be in the cards.  Ultron did beat Avengers on Friday, $84.5M v...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 9.1.2019

  OPENINGS:  Labor Day weekend is traditionally Hollywood’s graveyard, and no major studio touched the holiday with a fresh arrival.  DON’T LET GO (Blumhouse Tilt/OTL) tried to take advantage of the quiet, ...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

INTERNATIONAL BOX OFFICE through November 18

Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 enters the worldwide chart with $200 million overseas to date.  Ultimately, we expect the overseas number to rise to about $425 million, putting the final Twilight on track for $710 million...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 

 

Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 11.10.2019

  OPENINGS:  MIDWAY (AGC/Bona/Lionsgate) was mildly ahead of expectations with $17.5M in the US, and it should perform well on Veterans Day Monday.  However, with around $150M in production and worldwide marketing costs,...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

Year to Date Box Office & Worldwide Studio Scorecard 6.21.2015

WORLDWIDE STUDIO SCORECARD.   YEAR TO DATE BOX OFFICE. Looking at North American box office, 2015 to date is now +6% above last year and +6% above the average for this point the past four years ($4.430 billion).  Over th...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 

 

Year to Date Box Office & Worldwide Studio Scorecard 7.14.2019

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 -8% below last year’s comparable span (one point better than two wee...
by Mitch Metcalf