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Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 8.7.2022

  OPENINGS:  BULLET TRAIN (Columbia/Sony) opened in line with general predictions at $30.1M, but that’s not the same as a good result.  The film carries around $175M in production/marketing costs, and faces a long ...
by Mitch Salem
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Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 7.31.2022

  OPENINGS:  LEAGUE OF SUPER-PETS (DC/Warners) arrived with a blah $23M, given its franchise-adjacent pedigree and starry voice cast, and it wasn’t very animated overseas either, with $18.4M in 63 markets.  It face...
by Mitch Salem
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Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 7.24.2022

  OPENINGS:  Jordan Peele’s NOPE (Universal) premiered on the lower end of expectations at $44M.  That’s a significant number for a project that isn’t based on preexisting IP, but down 38% from Peele...
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Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 7.17.2022

  OPENINGS:  WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING (Columbia/Sony) launched with $17M, ahead of (low) expectations, and fueled by an audience of women in the midwest/south.  There’s no direct competition in sight, and it should ...
by Mitch Salem
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Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 7.10.2022

  OPENINGS:  THOR: LOVE & THUNDER (Marvel/Disney) opened within expectations at $143M, although it’s worth noting that while the Friday-to-Saturday drop was steeper than those for Thor: Ragnarok and Doctor Stran...
by Mitch Salem
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Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 7.3.2022

  OPENINGS:  MINIONS: THE RISE OF GRU (Illumination/Universal) exceeded industry expectations with a $108.5M 3-day opening.  That’s just a bit lower than the $115.7M launch for the first Minions movie, although tha...
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Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 6.26.2022

  OPENINGS:  ELVIS (Warners) opened at the higher end of low expectations with $30.5M.  That technically put it into a dead heat with Top Gun: Maverick for the weekend crown, although that’s misleading because like...
by Mitch Salem