Posts Tagged ‘behidn the weekend box office’
 

 

Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 4.30.2017

  OPENINGS:  GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2 (Marvel/Disney) won’t arrive on these shores until Thursday night, but it’s already in 37 international territories covering over half the world (although not yet Ch...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 7/5/15

  OPENINGS:  TERMINATOR: GENISYS (Skydance/Paramount) had hoped, even with July 4th subduing Saturday business, to find a holiday spark that would allow it to earn at least a $150M total in the US, but after a $28.7M open...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 4.23.2017

  Note:  Holdover titles tended to decline less than usual because comparisons include last week’s Easter Sunday. OPENINGS:  BORN IN CHINA (Disney) was at the top of an unimpressive group of debuts this weekend wit...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 2.4.2018

  OPENINGS:  WINCHESTER (CBS/Lionsgate) didn’t benefit from having the weekend to itself, with a $9.3M opening that was undistinguished even by the standards of low-budget horror Super Bowl Weekend arrivals.  (The ...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 7/27/14

  OPENINGS:  LUCY (Universal) is claiming the lowest Sunday drop in the Top 10, so the studio’s $44M weekend estimate may come down a bit tomorrow, but it’s still a very solid hit for all concerned.  ThatR...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

Behind the US/Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 2.26.17

  OPENINGS:  GET OUT (QC/Blumhouse/Universal) had a remarkable Saturday performance for a horror movie, rising 17% in a genre that usually drops sharply on its 2d day of release.  That’s better than the 13% bump fo...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

Behind the Worldwide Weekend Box Office – 5/25/14

  (Note:  Most of the studios aggressively estimated their Sunday declines as being around 10%, even though last year’s Memorial Day Weekend Sunday drops were mostly steeper than that, so there could be a number of ...
by Mitch Salem