Posts Tagged ‘Red Dawn’
 

 

BEHIND THE FRIDAY BOXOFFICE – 11/16/12

  OPENINGS:  Was it the cash grab of splitting the final novel into 2 movies?  The tabloid antics of its stars?  In any case, “close but no cigar” seems to be the result for THE TWILIGHT SAGA:  BREAKING DAW...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ACTUALS & YEAR TO DATE November 19-25

The Past Week: Total Box Office Volume All films in wide release playing between November 19 and November 25 grossed an excellent $325 million, up 19% from the four-year average for the week and up 25% from the same week last y...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 

 

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23 BOX OFFICE REPORT

Based on Friday’s grosses, Weekend #47 is now on pace to exceed the multi-year average for this weekend by over 20% — a much stronger pace than the Wednesday-Thursday pre-weekend box office suggested.   Rise of the...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 
 

INTERNATIONAL BOX OFFICE through November 25

The big movers overseas this past week were Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 (up $151 million to $351 million to date overseas) and Skyfall (up $61 million to $568 million overseas to date).  Updated worldwide tracks fo...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 

 

EARLY THANKSGIVING WEEKEND BOX OFFICE REPORT

Based on grosses from Wednesday and Thanksgiving, Weekend #47 is on pace to exceed the multi-year average for this weekend by 10% — exactly on the pace we forecast earlier in the week.  Breaking Dawn Part 2 is running sl...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 
 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE PREDICTIONS November 23-25

This weekend is solid but definitely cooler than last weekend’s torrid pace:  $180 million for the top 12 films this Friday-Sunday, up 10% from a typical fourth weekend in November.  The final Twilight installment will ...
by Mitch Metcalf
 

 

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE PREDICTIONS Nov 30-Dec 2

This weekend is normally dead.  On average, last weekend (the three days after Thanksgiving) is the 7th busiest of the year, while this weekend (the first in December) is normally ranked 50th in terms of volume.  Last year, t...
by Mitch Metcalf