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BO Germany/Austria: Lego Movie opens to #1 (nearly 300k admissions), Rio2 on #2


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IndustriousAngel, what do you think MOS will finish with in dollars?

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In Germany? After the opening I thought 10mil US$ were possible but with this week's drop that's nearly out of reach. Germany + Austria, still very doable. At least, it's up a lot from SR.



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In Germany? After the opening I thought 10mil US$ were possible but with this week's drop that's nearly out of reach. Germany + Austria, still very doable. At least, it's up a lot from SR.


Yeah, it's an improvement over SR, so that's good.

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Germany + Austria Top 13 July  4 - 7

TW LW Movie Studio Weekend Change Gross Week
1 N Despicable Me 2 UPI $ 6.829.801 - 6.996.804 1
2 1 World War Z PPI/UPI $ 3.073.714 -59,8 13.632.088 2
3 N The Heat Fox $ 1.682.035 - 1.767.098 1
4 2 Monsters University Disney $ 948.958 -76,7 11.651.497 3
5 3 Man of Steel WB $ 803.679 -63,8 9.720.625 3
6 4 Hangover 3 WB $ 527.083 -67,8 35.036.335 6
7 5 Fast & Furious 6 UPI $ 262.353 -66,4 33.854.806 7
8 6 The Purge UPI $ 191.959 -65,3 3.076.203 4
9 N Los amantes pasajeros Tobis/Const. $ 146.777 - 180.618 1
10 8 The Place Beyond the Pines StudioCanal/Const. $ 146.127 -67,8 2.359.627 4
11 7 After Earth Sony $ 123.733 -73,7 5.854.534 5
12 9 The Host Concorde/Const. $ 117.763 -70,1 2.526.014 4
13 10 The Great Gatsby WB $ 98.414 -70,7 16.708.980 8

Good openings (considering the weather) for The Heat and DM2; respectable opening too for Almovodar's latest, even if arthouse fare as a rule doesn't get hit as badly by the sun. WWZ still strong with the "best" hold in a bloody weekend at the boxoffice. MU simply got slaughtered.

After some weeks with strong openers, the coming weekend will see fewer changes in the charts - only lower profile thrillers "The Call" and "Now You See me" plus German comedy "Systemfehler" are opening (semi-)wide; I expect at least decent business from all 3 but the Top 2 of this week's chart should stay the same, and with good WOM maybe "The Heat" can stay #3 too.



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What's the weather supposed to be like next week?

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Beautiful summer weather, so no hope on the horizon for theaters ...

(otoh, open air film festivals should do great, though most of them haven't started yet, because of yet long daylight)



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so i was right not to expect anything big 4 nysm from Germany :D

will be sad if its less than 1 mil tho


Edited by Leyla, 10 July 2013 - 12:11 AM.

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so i was right not to expect anything big 4 nysm from Germany

will be sad if its less than 1 mil tho

I wouldn't write it off before it has even opened ;) - if the US market is any indication, WOM can carry this film quite far. There's no direct competition from similar movies in the near future, so it has its segment of the audience for its own.


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I wouldn't write it off before it has even opened ;) - if the US market is any indication, WOM can carry this film quite far. There's no direct competition from similar movies in the near future, so it has its segment of the audience for its own.

well my approach of 'hope for the best expect the worse' worked so far :P so I'm ready to be pleasantly surprised ;)

the lovely result of some poll after 1 German prescreening really lifted my spirits btw :wub:  


Edited by Leyla, 10 July 2013 - 08:09 AM.

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Friday trend for Germany:

#1: DM2 - 525k admissions (same as last week, a good sign)

#2: NYSM - 175k (okay opening, better than expected anyway, and it seems to be a leggy film)

#3: WWZ - 150k

#4: TH - 115k


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#2: NYSM - 175k (okay opening, better than expected anyway, and it seems to be a leggy film)

sweeet

thx IndustriousAngel  :wub:

looks to be a good wkend for me

Italian nysm news didnt disapoint & now Germany

all better


Edited by Leyla, 12 July 2013 - 07:24 AM.

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Yep I thought WWZ would stay #2 but it's dropping, while most everything else stays flat, and NYSM is opening higher than expected. This may be thanks to a very mediocre start from the other openers; neither "Systemfehler" nor "The Call" seem to crack 50k for the weekend.



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Trend-II:

 

DM2-475k

NYSM-175k

WWZ-150k

TH-115k

MU-70k



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final trend: Weather is better than expected; accordingly drops are bigger and openings softer ... another bloody weekend for Germany's BO



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Exact same thing in UK. BO is getting slaughtered. But films will rebound eventually.
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So what is the biggest movie of the year in Germany?

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So what is the biggest movie of the year in Germany?


Django. And it'll probably be the biggest in the calendar year, but I expect The Hobbit 2 to overtake it in total gross.
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Trend-III:

 

DM2-425k

NYSM:140k

WWZ:125k

TH:90k

MU:55k



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Edited by Leyla, 15 July 2013 - 04:13 AM.

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Germany's Top 20 last weekend:

 

title

admissions

th.

PTA

total

drop

week

1

Despicable Me 2

442.053

712

621

1.177.489

-15

2

2

World War Z

130.804

626

209

1.121.218

-37

3

3

Now You See Me

112.332

402

279

143.170

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1

4

The Heat

97.207

502

194

303.668

-17

2

5

Monsters University

64.849

642

101

1.069.647

-18

4

6

The Call

31.902

216

148

42.275

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1

7

Man of Steel

29.860

413

72

708.755

-45

4

8

Hangover 3

28.580

410

70

3.006.164

-38

7

9

Systemfehler - Wenn Inge tanzt!

22.530

349

65

34.113

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1

10

Fast & Furious 6

11.631

223

52

2.805.160

-446

8

11

Los amantes pasajeros

10.608

81

131

34.351

-15

2

12

The Purge

9.193

190

48

284.955

-44

5

13

The Place Beyond the Pines

7.890

153

52

219.407

-35

5

14

The Host

6.620

194

34

251.591

-38

5

15

The Great Gatsby

6.459

170

38

1.226.739

-17

9

16

Hanni & Nanni 3

4.724

296

16

818.388

-8

10

17

Epic

4.641

289

16

1.070.051

-2

9

18

What Maisie Knew

4.566

46

99

7.536

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1

19

7 días en la Habana

4.439

30

148

5.184

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1

20

First Position

4.278

57

75

12.836

-3

2

You know it's a hard time for theaters when it takes just 11.000 admissions to hit the Top 10. Respectable opening for "Now You See me", and good holds for many films (albeit from an already extremely low level). The only really good news is that Hangover3 finally made it to the 3mil admissions benchmark, only the 2nd 2013 production to do so. Django will stay on top of 2013 some months longer with ist 4.4mil admissions since there's no immediate candidate on the horizon (except Smurfs2 really overperforms, but even then it will need until late September to hit 4.4mil)



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