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User Info: MetalmindStats

MetalmindStats
2 months ago#121
My domestic weekend predictions for Toy Story 4 and the gang:

1. $146.4 million Toy Story 4
2. $18.0 million Child’s Play
3. $12.6 million Men in Black: International
4. $10.1 million Aladdin
5. $9.7 million The Secret Life of Pets 2
6. $5.3 million Rocketman
7. $4.2 million Shaft
8. $4.2 million Anna
9. $3.7 million John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum
10. $3.7 million Godzilla: King of the Monsters
11. $2.8 million Late Night
12. $2.6 million Dark Phoenix

Better to play it safe and hopefully be pleasantly surprised than shoot for the stars and be let down, I say. With a reduced rush factor, I do think that Toy Story 4 will hold better than Incredibles 2, though, and have no trouble surpassing $500 million domestic.
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User Info: scarletspeed7

scarletspeed7
2 months ago#122
Being a little conservative eh?

I don't feel conservative about TS4 at all. Disney has proven to be virtually the only draw this year thus far, so I'll happily say that I think this opening could get even more massive. I'll jump in $160m even.
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ZenOfThunder
2 months ago#123
Toy Story 4 is gonna do like $180million+ opening weekend (including thursday)

there's been like, nothing good for a whole month. it's got a massive marketing campaign and 100% on rotten tomatoes. it's going to f***ing tear the box office up.
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User Info: v_charon

v_charon
2 months ago#124
Once this and TLK are out for a few weeks. Disney will own the top 5 movies of the box office year, foreign and domestic.
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MetalmindStats
2 months ago#125
scarletspeed7 posted...
Disney has proven to be virtually the only draw this year thus far, so I'll happily say that I think this opening could get even more massive. I'll jump in $160m even.

It could reach $160 million, for sure. $12 million on Thursday night isn't a great sign, though - that's only two-thirds of Incredibles 2, though I would also expect TS4 to be more backloaded.
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MetalmindStats
2 months ago#126
https://www.boxofficemojo.com/daily/chart/

Welp, Toy Story 4 isn't the savior the summer box office needs. If it plays like Incredibles 2 over the remainder of the weekend, it will crawl past $120 million; however, the latter opened over Father's Day weekend and was more backloaded as such.
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scarletspeed7
2 months ago#127
The fact that it's not beating records pretty much seals the deal for me that this is a terrible year for film.
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v_charon
1 month ago#128
The thing is TS has never been a huge opening box office blockbuster. This was still the franchise's highest weekend gross.

I'm still impressed by Aladdin though, dipping less than 30% in its fifth weekend to remain in the top 3, against a 100m+ Disney competition.
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colliding
1 month ago#129
crazy that 120 million isn't considered a success

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CoolCly
1 month ago#130
Endgame is getting a "re-release" this weekend with extra post credit stuff. A deleted scene and a tribute to Stan Lee, and some "surprises". It's pretty blatantly just to get the $40mil it needs to beat Avatar.

This feels like a pretty light update, but maybe it'll draw enough nerds like me out to see it. If they had added a little more juice I think it would work for sure, but I dunno about this. We'll see I guess.

Do you guys think this is cheating? Titanic and Avatar both had theatrical re-releases, so I don't think it's unfair to them. Though I guess that happened because people actually wanted to go see them still.
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