Despite slow weekend, movie chases ‘Avatar’ – Deadline

Sunday update: Despite the fact that cinemas in the Northeast are closed due to the winter storm Kenan, Sony’s Spider-Man: No Way Home comes in over the study estimates yesterday morning with $ 11 million in its seventh weekend. What is it like? In essence, the Jon Watts-directed MCU title sees 24% of its business from the West with 23% from the Southeast and 15% from South Central outside the snow zone.

Interestingly enough, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Despite the fact that cinemas continue to be closed today in the Northeast, over-indexing in the region is at 13.1% compared to all other titles at 12.3%. In NYC, major cinemas like E-Walk, Lincoln Square and Union Square remain in operation despite Central Park seeing over seven inches of snow.

This sets No way home to $ 735.9 million in the state with $ 24.6 million left before beating James Camerons Avatar. In the meantime Spider-Man: No Way Home has crossed one billion overseas sets its global bid a $ 1.74 billion. Industry sources have informed us about this No way home triggers a profit of $ 610 million after all aids after hitting $ 1.75 billion (still the film is absolutely in black).

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Spider-Man: No Way Home has reached No. 1 in six weekends out of their seven weekends, placing the film in a group of such titles that achieve the feat of Terms of affection (1983), The return of the Jedi (1983), The refugee (1993), Rain Man (1988), and Rocky IV (1985). For comparison, ET the extraterrestrial holds the record for the longest race as No. 1 with 16 weekends. In the millennium, Avatar holds the record for most weekends at No. 1 in seven weekends. Spider-Man: No Way Home, among Marvel movies, best Black Panthers streak of five weekends at No. 1.

Winter Storms Kenan
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Many of the AMC and Regal cinemas that closed yesterday will continue to be closed today throughout New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut. The total weekend box office for most films seems to come in at an estimated 37.2 million. USD, the lowest three days since the end of September 2020. According to news reports, thousands are without power, and Atlantic City sees records for snowfall of 33.2 inches, Boston clock 23.6 inches, and Philly sees 5.8 inches.

It’s good news that cinemas in Ontario will reopen tomorrow with a capacity of 50% after being closed due to the Omicron rise in that part of Canada. Also, the province is lifting their concession ban, which had been in place for a while. Full capacity is expected to take place on 21 February. Quebec reopens cinemas on February 7 after being closed for two months.

1.) Spider-Man: No Way Home (Sony) 3,675 (-30) Cinemas, Fri. $ 2.75 million (-19%) / Sat. $ 5.37 million/Sun $ 2.87 million/3 days $ 11 million (-21%) / Total $ 735.9 million/ Week 7

2.) Scream (Par) 3,518 (-148) theater fre $ 2.06 million (-45%) / Sat. $ 3.4 million/Sun $ 1.86 million/3 days $ 7.35 million (-40%), Total: $ 62.1 million/ Wk 3

3.) Sing 2 (Uni / Ill) 3.434 (-147) theater, fre $ 1.03 million (-18%) / Sat. $ 2.3 million/Sun $ 1.46 million/3 days $ 4.8 million (-17%) / total: $ 134.5 million/ Wk 6

4.) Redemptive love (Uni) 1,963 (+60) theater, fre $ 560,000 (-62%) / Sat. $ 790,000/Sun $ 500,000/3 days $ 1.85 million (-48%) / total: $ 6.5 million/ Wk 2

5.) The King’s Man (20./Dis) 2,440 (+125) cinemas fri $ 463,000 (-10%) / Sat. $ 830,000/Sun $ 461,000/3 days $ 1.75 million (-2%) / Total $ 34 million/ Wk 6

6.) The 355 (Uni / FilmNation) 2,513 (-96) cinemas, fre. $ 370,000 (-20%) / Sat. $ 660,000/Sun $ 370,000/3 days $ 1.4 million (-12%) / Total $ 13.09 million/ Wk 4
The 355 is now available on PVOD.

7.) American underdog (LG) 2,113 (-51) theater, fre $ 354,000 (-10%) / Sat. $ 630,000/Sun $ 241,000/3 days: $ 1.22 million (+ 4%) / total: $ 24.78 million/ Wk 6

8.) Ghostbusters: Afterlife (Sony) 1,170 (+109) theater, fre $ 180,000 (+17%) / Sat. $ 400,000/Sun $ 190,000/3 days $ 770,000 (+18%) / Total $ 128.06 million/ Week 11

9.) Licorice pizza (UAR) 772 theater, fre $ 185,000 (-10%) / Sat. $ 316,000/Sun $ 190,000/3 days: $ 691,000 (+ 5%) Total $ 11.8 million/ Week 10

10.) west Page History (20./Dis) 1,335 (+55) cinemas, fre $ 165,000 (-15%) / Sat. $ 270,000/Sun $ 179,000/3 days $ 614K (-14%) / Total $ 36 million/Week 8

11.) Nightmare alley (Sea) 1,103 (+713) theater fre $ 155,000 (+142%) / Sat. $ 245,000/ Son $ 134,000/3 days $ 534,000 (+134%) / total: $ 10.35 million/ Week 7

Notables:

Parallel mothers (SPC) 684 (+573) cinemas, 3-day $ 312.9K (+87%) / Total $ 1 million/ Wk 6

Drive my car

“Drive my car”
Sideshow; Janus film

Drive my car (Jan / Page) 114 (+18) cinemas, 3-day $ 103.4K/Total $ 807,000/ Week 10
This is the best weekend date of the Golden Globe-winning international film despite theaters in the Northeast area being closed due to snowstorms.

Game Stop: Rise of the Players (NEON) 267 theater, fre $ 35,000/ Sat. $ 24,000/Sun $ 20,000/3 days $ 80,000/ Wk 1

Belfast (Foc) 196 (+133) theater fre $ 30,000/ Sat. $ 55,000/ Son $ 35,000/ 3 days $ 120,000 (+252%) / Total $ 7.19 million/ Week 12

Sunset (BST) 6 theaters, 3-day $ 24,000/ Wk 1

Room No. 6 (SPC) 3 cinemas, 3 days $ 9.3K/Total $ 15.1K/ Wk 1

Saturday update: Industry leaders can not say no one went to the cinema this weekend because the big ones did not really give them a reason to get out.

This is because there are no new broad releases as the studios became afraid of the impact of omicron, combined with a historically lackluster domestic ticket office period.

This weekend, all titles will bring in about $ 34.7 million, the lowest since 24-26. September 2021. That is when Shang-Chi was in its 4th weekend with $ 13 million. and Universals Dear Evan Hansen died with a $ 7.4M opening, equivalent to a $ 38.8M weekend for all titles.

Next weekend, Lionsgate hopes to lure people out with Roland Emmerichs Moonfall and Paramount with Jackass forever, both look at low-to-mid teenage figures, that is, before their last week of media blitz follows.

Avatar

Fox

In the meantime, we can look at what Sony / Marvel is like Spider-Man: No Way Home is keen to strike Avatar3rd place of all-time domestic box office record ($ 760.5 million). At the end of Sunday, Spidey will be $ 25.2 million. away from taking out the James Cameron sci-fi movie, the superhero’s bid to stand on $ 735.3 million. As we told you last weekend, if Spider-Man: No Way Home going to deep-six the Na’vi, it’s in a ticket revenue course similar Star Wars: Force Awakens. And it happens.

Weekend 7 off No way home seems to deposit $ 11M (-21%), which is a very similar amount of cash as Force wakes up during the same period, $ 11.1 million. says Sony $ 10.4 million, -26%, right now, but we’ll see where it is tomorrow at Spider-Man’s 43rd day of release made $ 2.75 million, which is 12% ahead of the $ 2.46 million Force wakes up did on his 43rd game day. The Jon Watts-directed MCU title has also been booked in more theaters than Force wakes up At the same time; 3,675 places to 2,556. Between the last weekend in January and the end of President’s Day weekend, Force wakes up drew in 20.44 million. After all is said and done, I’m sure Sony would love to see this movie hit Avatar.

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More trumpet games for Sony: Ghostbusters: Afterlife is very close to passing Paul Feig’s all-femme 2016 edition, now at $ 128 million. The film looks at one $ 715,000 on weekend 11, enters the No. 8 spot. The afterlife has about $ 350,000 left before it passes the Kristen Wiig-Kate McKinnon-Melissa McCarthy-Leslie Jones comedy.

Paramount / Spyglass Media’s Scream looking at one $ 6.65 million third weekend, a 46% drop, in second place to a total of $ 61.4 million. The fifth title is 14% behind Scream 2 and 12% backward Scream 3 at the same time, the former, which passed $ 100 million. The industry feeling is that this will definitely fall short, despite being a profitable title for Melrose Lot and Spyglass, and possibly missing Scream 3is $ 89 million.

Completely quiet on the art house front:

IFC’s Adrien Brody action movie Clean, booked for 256 runs in 86 markets, earned about $ 60,000 Friday, for an estimated $ 175,000 weekend.

Super LTD

Neon’s documentary Gamestop: Rise of the Players, played at 267 locations in 72 markets, experienced an estimated $ 34K on Friday, $ 102,000 weekend, for a theater average of $ 382. We heard that Lincoln Square made a big $ 4K yesterday.

Rifkins festival

Woody Allen’s ‘Rifkin’s Festival’ opens the party this year
Mediapro

Woody Allens Rifkins festival, a release by MPI Media Group, is day-to-day in cinemas and PVOD. I would argue that it is not the filmmaker’s lowest earning film, that is, if you count A rainy day in New York, which did not record state gross. The Wallace Shawn movie in 26 cinemas in 20 markets earned $ 6,000 on Friday and is expected to be shown $ 18,000 for the weekend, for a theater average of $ 726.

Bleecker Street’s Sunset, from Mexican filmmaker Michel Franco, is at six venues in NY and LA at IFC Center, Lincoln Square, Alamo Drafthouse, Landmark Pico, AMC Sunset and Alamo Drafthouse Downtown LA with an estimated 10K Friday, $ 33,000 weekend, for one $ 5.4K theater average.

1.) Spider-Man: No Way Home (Sony) 3,675 (-30) Cinemas, Fri. $ 2.75 million (-19%) / 3-day $ 10.4 million (-26%) / Total $ 735.2 million/ Week 7

2.) Scream (Par) 3,518 (-148) theater fre $ 2.05 million (-45%) / 3-day $ 6.65 million (-46%), Total: $ 61.4 million/ Wk 3

3.) Sing 2 (Uni / Ill) 3.434 (-147) theater, fre $ 1.02 million (-19%) / 3-day $ 4.78 million (-17%) / total: $ 134.4 million/ Wk 6

4.) Redemptive love (Uni) 1,963 (+60) theater, fre $ 560,000 (-62%) / 3-day $ 1.85 million (-48%) / total: $ 6.5 million/ Wk 2

5.) The King’s Man (20./Dis) 2,440 (+125) cinemas fri $ 463,000 (-10%) / 3-day $ 1.6 million (-10%) / Total $ 33.9 million/ Wk 6

6.) The 355 (Uni / FilmNation) 2,513 (-96) cinemas, fre. $ 370,000 (-20%) / 3 days $ 1.29 million (-19%) / Total $ 13 million/ Wk 4
The 355 is now available on PVOD.

7.) American underdog (LG) 2,113 (-51) theater, fre $ 356,000 (-9%) / 3-day: $ 1.1 million (-5%) / total: $ 24.7 million/ Wk 6

8.) Ghostbusters: Afterlife (Sony) 1,170 (+109) theater, fre $ 180,000 (+17%) / 3-day $ 715,000 (+9%) / Total $ 128 million/ Week 11

9.) Licorice pizza (UAR) 772 theater, fre $ 185,000 (-10%) / 3-day: $ 601,000 (-9%) Total $ 11.7 million/ Week 10

10.) West Side Story (20./Dis) 1,335 (+55) cinemas, fre $ 165,000 (-15%) / 3-day $ 592,000 (-17%) / Total $ 36 million/Week 8

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11.) Nightmare alley (Sea) 1,103 (+713) theater fre $ 155,000 (+ 142%), 3 days $ 524,000 (+130%) / total: $ 10.3 million/ Week 7
Guillermo del Toro noir expands its black-and-white version after an exclusive race in LA and NYC. There are three sold-out Q + A’s this weekend at the Aero Theater with 425 seats in Santa Monica. Three hundred places still play the color version of the Bradley Cooper-Rooney Mara-Cate Blanchett movie.

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