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  1. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/?yr=2018&wknd=17&p=.htm http://www.boxofficemojo.com/news/?id=4393&p=.htm
  2. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/news/?id=4371&p=.htm The weekend rankings and total grosses for each movie. The top opening weekends for February are: Big gap between Black Panther and Deadpool, which was great as well. Estimated tickets: It looks different (Passion looks significantly more impressive, for example), but Black Panther still reigns supreme.
  3. http://variety.com/2017/film/box-office/star-wars-the-last-jedi-box-office-ferdinand-1202643209/
  4. I'm not much of a horror guy, so when something like The Conjuring makes a hefty $40M or so I'm a bit surprised, but I know there's some appetite for those things. However, the opening for IT completely caught me off guard. $123M is within spitting distance of the R rated Record that Deadpool set at $132, it more than doubled Gravity's $55M Fall record, and it handily topped summer blockbusters like Wonder Woman and Spider Man: Homecoming. Quite a feat for a $35M horror film. IT's 75% of the box office is extraordinary, and is certainly the product of much more than just weak competition.
  5. Rogue One tipped it over the edge. The big movies were Zootopia, The Jungle Book, Captain America: Civil War, Finding Dory, Moana and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
  6. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/news/?id=4213&p=.htm Here's the weekend rundown.
  7. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/?yr=2016&wknd=28&p=.htm Pets opens to $103 million, which is the highest-grossing opening weekend of an original animated movie, beating Inside Out's $90 million from last year. Dory also passed Civil War this weekend to become the (so-far) highest-grossing film domestically of 2016.
  8. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/?yr=2016&wknd=26&p=.htm Dory dropped 45% to $73 million, an excellent total. ID2 opened with $41.6 million. Its budget was $165 million. Warcraft takes a huge plunge again with a 70% drop.
  9. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/news/?id=4164&p=.htm Here's the weekend numbers.
  10. The Force Awakens besting Jurassic World's opening weekend record means two opening weekend records were broken this year. And usually it doesn't happen like that: 1992 Batman Returns $45,687,711 1993 Jurassic Park $47,026,828 1995 Batman Forever $52,784,433 1997 The Lost World: Jurassic Park $72,132,785 2001 Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone $90,294,621 2002 Spider-Man $114,844,116 2006 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest $135,634,554 2007 Spider-Man 3 $151,116,516 2008 The Dark Knight $158,411,483 2011 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 $169,189,427 2012 Marvel's The Avengers $207,438,708 2015 Jurassic World $208,806,270 2015 Star Wars: The Force Awakens $238,000,000 So when was the last time this happened? 1989, when three records were broken: 1989 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade $29,355,021 1989 Ghostbusters II $29,472,894 1989 Batman $40,505,884 Smashed, really. Ghostbusters II edged out for a record, while Batman clobbered it. As an aside, 1989 was a huge year for movies in the box office: a 12.9% jump in the yearly box office and a 16.4% jump in ticket sales compared to 1988. Quite rare to see two movies open to that size in a single year, but you can add 2015 to the very short list.
  11. Here's a rundown of the estimated tickets sold for this weekend since 1982. It's clear everyone's waiting for Star Wars next week.
  12. BO Report: Good Dinosaur is going extinct

    http://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/?yr=2015&wknd=49&p=.htm 60% drop!!!!!! That's the worst second weekend drop in Pixar history, a slight bigger than Cars 2's drops (60.4% for Good Dinosaur, over 60.3% for Cars 2). http://www.boxofficemojo.com/news/?id=4128&p=.htm Well, at least Inside Out made gangbusters money.
  13. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/?yr=2015&wknd=48&p=.htm And the write-up: http://www.boxofficemojo.com/news/?id=4126&p=.htm Victor Frankenstein averaged $840 a theater.
  14. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/?yr=2015&wknd=47&p=.htm Each movie's opening: Hunger Games: $152 million Catching Fire: $158 million Mockingjay Part 1: $121 million Mockingjay Part 2: $101 million Usually, Part 1 has a lower opening than Part 2 in a series like this, for obvious reasons.
  15. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/?yr=2015&wknd=34&p=.htm Here's how the other releases did: http://www.boxofficemojo.com/news/?id=4098&p=.htm
  16. http://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/movies/gangsta-gangsta-straight-outta-compton-debuts-scorching-56-1-million-n410691 Universal has also had a huge year: Waiting for BoxOfficeMojo's update so we can see grosses for everything.
  17. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/?yr=2015&wknd=31&p=.htm $56 million opening. Vacation got $14.85 million for the weekend and $21.172 million for its first five days. Inside Out continues its slow descent with a 39.1% drop to $4.517 million. Jurassic World is now at $631,500,000 domestic.
  18. BO Report: Ant-Man barely scatters over Pixels

    http://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/?yr=2015&wknd=30&p=.htm Ant-Man: $24,765,000 Pixels: $24,000,000 Nice drop by Inside Out!
  19. http://www.boxoffice...&wknd=29&p=.htm Some other stuff: 1. Another up weekend at the box office compared to last year. This weekend's gross is almost 30% higher than last year's. The slate of summer movies have been more appealing to moviegoers. 2. Inside Out passed $300 million in the US. 3. Minions passed $200 million in the US. 4. Jurassic World passed $600 million in the US.
  20. UPDATE: $115.2 million. Another summer movie flies way ahead of expectations, along with Jurassic World and Inside Out. Original post: $46.2 million on Friday. Here's BOM's write-up: Jurassic World, Inside Out and this all opened above expectations this year. Some impressive opening weekends this year. Since it's PG, Toy Story 3 would still have the G-rated opening weekend crown (which is funny considering TS3 handles such dark themes). Pretty impressive that this is a prequel to Despicable Me yet it's going to do this well.
  21. After revisions, Inside Out is number 1. Inside Out: $29,771,224 Jurassic World: $29,242,025 Well done! With Minions releasing this week, it was either now or never for a number one spot for Inside Out. Just phenomenal weekend grosses for a great movie.
  22. UPDATE: Jurassic World edges out Inside Out by a couple million. http://www.boxoffice...?id=4075&p=.htm Original post: http://www.latimes.c...0624-story.html The expectation is for the three films to gross between $45 million and $55 million. Not often do we get that kind of three-way race. June 2015 could end up being the highest-grossing month ever, beating the July 2011 record. Also:
  23. UPDATE: Jurassic World shattered expectations last weekend, and now, while not quite the same scale, Inside Out outperformed initial expectations by around $20. Inside Out has the highest opening weekend for ANY original property: ORIGINAL: The crazy part? That'll probably put it at Number TWO behind Jurassic World. That will break a record for highest non-number one opening weekend, easily. The original estimate was $83, but Deadline has bumped it up to the low 90s, which would make it the second highest-grossing Pixar film behind Toy Story 3.
  24. $53.215 million opening weekend Elsewhere, Tomorrowland dropped almost 60% for a $13.8 million second weekend. Age of Ultron falls almost 50% for a $10 million weekend. Its total is $427 million. Mad Max nabs $13.6 million and is at $115.9 million. Pitch Perfect 2 is sitting at $147.5 million after a $14.38 million weekend.
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