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Post by ... on Sun Feb 09 2014, 19:26

Opening weekend was successful at domestic box office.
Despite the sporadic review with bias (maybe with an agenda), which bore no influence.  
Btw, The Lego Movie did exceptionally well. A different target audience: animation, Lego aficionados, 3D film => #trending

So far,  Friday & Saturday night estimates on the US domestic market for Monuments Men are $22,700,000.
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Post by silly girl on Sun Feb 09 2014, 19:51

The actuals come in on Monday afternoon...it could go up or down slightly at that point...but it is a good start.  

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BOX OFFICE: ‘Lego’ Blockbuster $69M+; ‘Monuments Men’ Solid Second; ‘Vampire Academy’ Has No Bite

UPDATED Sunday 8:00 AM: The Lego Movie is in the record books as the biggest animated pic opener of all time for Warner Bros., surpassing Happy Feet which opened to $41.5M in 2006 (and went onto gross $384.3M worldwide). It’s also the biggest opener ever for the studio in February. The final number is hovering around $69.1M and that’s with movie going percentages estimated for Sunday to be off by about 32% so if it does better than that, the number will, of course, rise. Congrats to all – Village Roadshow, Dan Lin of Lin Pictures and Vertigo Ent., filmmakers Chris Miller and Phil Lord – and did we see a shout-out to former WB executive Jeff Robinov (who greenlighted the film) actually in the film? Yep. Classy move, guys. Yes, caught that. “We had an enormous weekend,” said WB distribution head Dan Fellman. “It’s a major franchise for Lego and Warner for years to come. We tried to find a window to introduce the movie which was not a competitive weekend. We took a risk in February and we showed like we did with Gravity that you can open tentpoles in a period of time that might not necessarily be usual and let the content speak for itself.” Amen.

Sony’s The Monuments Men performed slightly better than the early tracking expected going into the weekend and will end up at around $22M+ for filmmaker George Clooney and Columbia Pictures (Sony has it at $22.7M but other distribs have it around $22.1M). “It’s a terrific opening for us. It’s exactly in our sweet spot.” said Rory Bruer, Sony’s president of worldwide distribution. You can’t ask for a better partner than George (Clooney). We expect the film to around for a very long time.” They will need it to be for it to become profitable. The other newcomer, Vampire Academy, which IM Global thru Reliance financed (and TWC provided marketing and distribution costs), failed to draw audiences and only took in around $4M for the three-day. Noteworthy: Frozen passed $900M worldwide after opening in China this weekend, and it just passed Despicable Me 2 to become the third highest grossing domestic animated release of all-time (based on original runs) and highest grossing original (non-sequel) animated release of all-time. Here’s the chart:

1). The Lego Movie (WB) 3,775 theaters / $17.2M Fri. / $30.9M Sat (+80%) / $21.8M Sun. (-30%) / Per screen: $18,569 / Est. 3-day Cume: $69.1M / Wk 1

2). The Monuments Men (SONY), 3,083 theaters / $6.8M Fri. / $9.5M Sat. (+39%) / $5.7M Sun. (-40%) / 3-day Cume: $22.7M / Per screen: $7,169 / Wk 1

3). Ride Along (UNI), 2,800 theaters (-67) / $2.5M Fri. / $4.6M Sat. (+81%) / $2.2M Sun. (-47%) / 3-day Cume: $9.3M (-22%) / Per screen: $3,355 / Total Est. Cume: $105.1M / Wk 4

4). Frozen (DIS), 2,460 theaters (-294) / $1.3M Fri. / $3.3M Sat. (+142%) / $2.1M Sun. (-35%) / 3-day Cume: $6.9M (-23%) / Per screen: $2,785 / Total Est. Cume: $368.7M / Wk 12

5). Lone Survivor (UNI), 2,869 theaters (-416) / $1.4M Fri. / $2.69M Sat. (+92%) / $1.5M Sun. (-41%) /3-day Cume: $5.7M (-19%) / Per screen: $1,845 / Total Est. Cume: $112.7M / Wk 7

6). That Awkward Moment (FOCUS), 2,809 theaters (0) / $1.7M Fri. / $2.3M Sat. (+92%) / $1.4M Sun. (-36%) / 3-day Cume: $5.5M (-38%) / Per screen: $1,972 / Total Est. Cume: $16.6M / Wk 2

7). Vampire Academy (TWC), 2,676 theaters / $1.4M Fri. / $1.6M Sat. (+14%) / $1M Sun. (-35%) / 3-day Cume: $3.8M to $4.1M / Per screen: $1,533 / Wk 1

Cool. The Nut Job (OPRD), 3,004 theaters (-468) / $720K Fri. / $1.8M Sat. (+159% / $1.2M Sun. (-34%) / 3-day Cume: $3.8M (-48%) / Per screen: $1,233 / Total Est. Cume: $55M / Wk 4

9). Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (PAR), 2,139 theaters (-768) / $925K Fri. / $1.7M Sat. (+87%) / $934K Sun. (-45%) / 3-day Cume: $3.6M (-34%) / Per screen: $1,655 / Total Est. Cume: $44.4M / Wk 4

10). Labor Day (PAR), 2,584 theaters (0)/ $908K Fri. / $1.4M Sat. (+64%) / $883K Sun. (-40%) / 3-day Cume: $3.2M (-38%) / Per screen: $1,259 / Total Est. Cume: $10.1M /Wk 2

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Post by it's me on Sun Feb 09 2014, 20:33

OTTIMO !!!

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Post by party animal - not! on Sun Feb 09 2014, 21:08

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Post by Nicky80 on Sun Feb 09 2014, 22:25

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Post by Lighterside on Sun Feb 09 2014, 22:57

party animal - not! wrote:Cheers!

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Nice one PAN...I like your style!  bounce   ahahahaha  cheers

And Congrats to George and Grant on the opening numbers...it's going to keep building momentum!  I can feel it in my bones...  

I went to see it today and the worst critic ever (my hub) gave it a two thumbs up...he actually stayed awake too!  The audience was a mixed age group and they were laughing and applauding in all the right places and I heard a lot of positive comments coming out of the theater.   Thumbs up! Oh and needless to say, I LOVED it...no bias either...none at all  Rolling Eyes ....honest!

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Post by Joanna on Sun Feb 09 2014, 23:38

So.....What do those critics know then ?

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Post by Joanna on Sun Feb 09 2014, 23:39

Glad you enjoyed it Lighterside.....One week to wait here.

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Post by Lighterside on Sun Feb 09 2014, 23:43

I'm sure you'll love it too...and I'd really like to know what film those critics from the first few reviews went to see! LOL Cuz it wasn't the same film I watched today, that's for sure.... Do battle 

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Post by theminis on Mon Feb 10 2014, 00:04

Sour grapes perhaps Lighterside or a bit of the Tall Poppy Syndrome that we like to say here in Australia - as long as more and more moviegoers and fans see it, then that's all that matters in the end.

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Post by Lighterside on Mon Feb 10 2014, 12:04

And this one is going to be heavily viewed by the Seniors...the theater was filled with them when we went. (I say that like I'm not one of them! LMAO)  And while in line for tickets, it was about half and half between Legos and MM...young families, mostly of course, for Legos and I was pleasantly surprised how many from 20-30 yo range for MM, as well.  There was one group of 20 somethings' walking out talking together about how they really liked it and they actually LEARNED something from it!  I couldn't believe my ears! ahahahahaha

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Post by mosaic on Mon Feb 10 2014, 13:13

Lighterside wrote:And this one is going to be heavily viewed by the Seniors...the theater was filled with them when we went. (I say that like I'm not one of them! LMAO)  And while in line for tickets, it was about half and half between Legos and MM...young families, mostly of course, for Legos and I was pleasantly surprised how many from 20-30 yo range for MM, as well.  There was one group of 20 somethings' walking out talking together about how they really liked it and they actually LEARNED something from it!  I couldn't believe my ears! ahahahahaha

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Post by Lighterside on Mon Feb 10 2014, 13:32

@mosaic...Oh I was being kind!  For once, the editor between my brain and my mouth (in this case my keyboard) kicked in, before I said what I was actually thinking! LOL  MM could have done without their "butts" in the seats...that's for sure!  Rolling Eyes

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Post by party animal - not! on Mon Feb 10 2014, 13:39

This headline from the New Zealand Herald made me giggle:

'George Clooney and Matt Damon beaten up by Lego'

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Post by silly girl on Mon Feb 10 2014, 20:56

The actuals are in....a bit lower than the estimate but still $22 million....

Hopefully it will hold on to make back it's money.

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UPDATED: Monday 1 P.M: The Lego Movie ended its weekend run with $69M. Sony is reporting The Monuments Men at $22M (slightly less than yesterday) and the other newcomer distributed by TWC, Vampire Academy, ended the 3-day holiday weekend with a mere $3.9M. Next weekend openers are a slew of 1980s back-to- the-future movies with re-worked titles MGM’s Robocop (which opens this Wednesday), Sony’s About Last Night, starring Ride Along’s Kevin Hart and Universal’s remake of Endless Summer. Here are the final numbers as reported from the studios for Top 20 titles from this weekend:

1). The Lego Movie (WB) 3,775 theaters / Est. 3-day Cume: $69M / Per screen: $18,291 / Wk 1

2). The Monuments Men (SONY), 3,083 theaters / 3-day Cume: $22M / Per screen: $7,137 / Wk 1

3). Ride Along (UNI), 2,800 theaters (-67) / 3-day Cume: $9.5M (-20%) / Per screen: $3,425 / Total Cume: $105.3M / Wk 4

4). Frozen (DIS), 2,460 theaters (-294) / 3-day Cume: $6.8M (-23%) / Per screen: $2,794 / Total Cume: $368.6M / Wk 12

5). Lone Survivor (UNI), 2,869 theaters (-416) / 3-day Cume: $5.5M (-22%) / Per screen: $1,940 / Total Cume: $112.8M / Wk 7

6). That Awkward Moment (FOCUS), 2,809 theaters (0) / $3-day Cume: $5.2M (-40%) / Per screen: $1,864 / Total Cume: $16.5M / Wk 2

7). Vampire Academy (TWC), 2,676 theaters / 3-day Cume: $3.9M / Per screen: $1,466 / Wk 1

Cool. The Nut Job (OPRD), 3,004 theaters (-468) / 3-day Cume: $3.7M (-48%) / Per screen: $1,249 / Total Cume: $55M / Wk 4

9). Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (PAR), 2,139 theaters (-768) / 3-day Cume: $3.5M (-34%) / Per screen: $1,651 / Total Cume: $44.4M / Wk 4

10). Labor Day (PAR), 2,584 theaters (0)/ 3-day Cume: $3.1M (-38%) / Per screen: $1,233 / Total Cume: $10.1M /Wk 2



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Post by What Would He Say on Mon Feb 10 2014, 23:56

mosaic wrote:
Lighterside wrote:And this one is going to be heavily viewed by the Seniors...the theater was filled with them when we went. (I say that like I'm not one of them! LMAO)  And while in line for tickets, it was about half and half between Legos and MM...young families, mostly of course, for Legos and I was pleasantly surprised how many from 20-30 yo range for MM, as well.  There was one group of 20 somethings' walking out talking together about how they really liked it and they actually LEARNED something from it!  I couldn't believe my ears! ahahahahaha

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Your little review makes me smile, Lighter. Crabby butts, for sure.

I love your review Lighter... I always think you hear the truth, good or bad when you "overhear" something.... What you overheard the young group say, says it all...the movie hit the target...


(for a moment I misread, and thought you said "one group of 20 somethings' walking out...."  I almost died  affraid 
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Post by mosaic on Tue Feb 11 2014, 01:24

what would he say wrote:
I love your review Lighter... I always think you hear the truth, good or bad when you "overhear" something.... What you overheard the young group say, says it all...the movie hit the target...


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Post by ... on Tue Feb 11 2014, 02:15

In terms of opening weekends, it's his 7th highest ever.
Preceded by:
Gravity is at #1 of course....($700M already worldwide) Exclamation
Batman & Robin  
The Perfect Storm
Ocean's trilogy  

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So...hopefully it should do exceptionally well.
Kudos to his dynamic publicity campaign for it too.

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Post by Mazy on Tue Feb 11 2014, 02:50

Oceans: Kudos to his dynamic publicity campaign for it too.

Right and he is getting the message out that he wanted to. He is brings much more attention to the subject and in the finding of more missing art. I'm sure he didn't expect the reviews some critics but George must have know the subject matter was going to be a hard sell. The result being this fantastic campaign. xxx

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Post by it's me on Tue Feb 11 2014, 23:27

Thumbs up! 

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Post by it's me on Wed Feb 12 2014, 21:57

found that

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Post by party animal - not! on Wed Feb 12 2014, 22:05

And inaccurate. Didn't know His Nibs' 'italian mansion' was by the sea!

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Post by it's me on Wed Feb 12 2014, 22:25

lol !!! you are right Very Happy

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Post by it's me on Sun Feb 16 2014, 10:26

on Friday
$33,669,000

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Post by Carla97 on Sun Feb 16 2014, 11:14

Is it a lot? I guess it is.  cheers 

So it means...there is no need for him to start remembering how to grow own potatos. He will be fine.  Very Happy 

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Post by it's me on Sun Feb 16 2014, 11:17

lol

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Post by Picachu on Sun Feb 16 2014, 12:06

i have seen it and loved it, don't listen to the reviews go and see for yourself, a few times i had tears in my eyes, what was done in that war was unbelievable so sad but this is an amazing story that i have never heard of before and so glad they made it. This isn't a typical war film it does tell a story without a lot of gun fire which i am thankful for.

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Post by Joanna on Sun Feb 16 2014, 13:08

Thanks Picachu....I'm seeing it early on in the coming week.

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Post by silly girl on Sun Feb 16 2014, 18:58


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Post by amaretti on Sun Feb 16 2014, 20:10

cheers cheers cheers 

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Post by it's me on Sun Feb 16 2014, 20:32

oh porcavacca
really?

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Post by it's me on Wed Feb 19 2014, 18:54

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Post by Atalante on Wed Feb 19 2014, 19:04

Production budget: 70 million dollars.

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Post by melbert on Thu Feb 20 2014, 01:33

in George's own words

"It's not about an opening weekend. It's about a career, building a set of films you're proud of. Period."

And I'm sure he's very proud of this film and it's only been out less than a month. I have no doubt that it will make money. But, more than anything, George is proud of it.

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Post by Mazy on Thu Feb 20 2014, 01:54

Well he should be proud of it we all know only a fraction of what he put into the production; and we saw a lot. I agree I think this is going to turn out to be a very successful movie in all ways not just financially. The reviews keep getting better and better. xxx

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Post by silly girl on Sun Feb 23 2014, 18:19

So does this mean that it is successful? Box office worldwide (US and Foreign) is

Total Lifetime Grosses
Domestic: $58,050,000 68.7%
+ Foreign: $26,400,000 31.3%
= Worldwide: $84,450,000

Not sure I understand the percentages.....and this is still an estimate...actuals are released tomorrow afternoon.

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Post by ktsue2002 on Sun Feb 23 2014, 18:45

I would say anytime you make 14 million over budget amount, it is a success!

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Post by Way2Old4Dis on Sun Feb 23 2014, 18:53

The percentages are the portion of the total for domestic or foreign box office. So 'MM' revenues are about one third foreign and two thirds domestic -- which usually means all of North America, not just the US.

The film had a budget of $70M. They came in $5M under that. At $65M, they'd have to make $130 in order to break cleanly even, if you follow the rule of thumb that P&A (prints and advertising -- the marketing campaign) is about equal to the production budget for big films.

I have no doubt they'll do that. This movie is holding steady, and all they need is a few more weeks of $15-20M box office to get to their mark. I don't know which markets they have left to open, but I think there are a few. If the marketing was less than $60M, everybody will be happy by the ides of March.

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Post by silly girl on Sun Feb 23 2014, 19:03

Thanks for the info W2O4D....so confusing but now I think I get it. One site said the budget was $100 million....

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I guess they still have a ways to go....

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Post by silly girl on Sun Mar 02 2014, 20:54

Well it has topped $100 million worldwide....so I guess that means everything they make going forward is gravy....


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Post by Nicky80 on Sun Mar 02 2014, 22:15

Coolio

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Post by Atalante on Sun Mar 02 2014, 23:26

So when in Russia ???  Very Happy 

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Post by melbert on Sun Mar 02 2014, 23:46

Release places and dates have already been listed. No Russia. Sorry to disappoint Atalante.

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Re: The Monuments Men - Box Office

Post by Sevens on Mon Mar 03 2014, 00:53

The Monuments Men added $8.5m from 55 markets for $39m and expanded into a further 10 this weekend. Germany delivered $1.4m for $4.1m after two and Spain $1.2m for $3.8m after two sessions and the UK $946,000 for $8.7m after three.

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Re: The Monuments Men - Box Office

Post by Sevens on Mon Mar 03 2014, 01:07

melbert wrote:Release places and dates have already been listed.  No Russia.  Sorry to disappoint Atalante.
No MM has been released in Russia. I read about it last week at Mojo...And it will be opening in China by the end of this month.They haven't decided on a specific date. MM has passed the film censorship officially.That's crucial. So first ever George-directed film opening in China!(Hope it won't be the last one)
I predict Monuments Men will do at least 25M here. A little push to the foreign boxoffice. Laughing


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Re: The Monuments Men - Box Office

Post by Sevens on Mon Mar 03 2014, 01:10

Also holding up well this weekend was Sony's The Monuments Men. The George Clooney directed World War II film was down 37 percent from last weekend to place in fourth with an estimated $5.0 million. The 24-day total gross for The Monuments Men stands at a solid $65.69 million.

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Re: The Monuments Men - Box Office

Post by Sevens on Mon Mar 03 2014, 01:12

Total Lifetime Grosses
Domestic: $65,690,000 62.8%
+ Foreign: $38,900,000 37.2%
= Worldwide: $104,590,000

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Re: The Monuments Men - Box Office

Post by Mazy on Mon Mar 03 2014, 01:22

Thanks for the up-dates Sevens. xxx

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Re: The Monuments Men - Box Office

Post by melbert on Mon Mar 03 2014, 03:53

Sevens, I'm not seeing Russia, unless they changed the spelling...

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