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Boxoffice.com March 2013 Domestic Market Analysis


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Full article: http://www.boxoffice...analysis-for-41

 

The first quarter of 2013 has come to a close, and March is projected to have rung up an estimated $826 million at the box office (official number to be updated Monday evening). That figure represents a noticeable 34 percent increase over February's dismal $616.4 million haul. Year-to-year, March was down 12.3 percent from 2012's record $942.4 million haul for the month.

 

The good news is that last month saw several films deliver where they needed to. Disney's Oz: The Great and Powerful led the charge with a strong $198.3 million in its first four weeks of release, followed by The Croods with $88.6 million after two weekends in release. G.I. Joe: Retaliation certainly contributed to March's bottom line thanks to its estimated first four-day tally of $51.7 million coming at the tail end of the month. And of course, FilmDistrict's sleeper hitOlympus Has Fallen shouldn't be forgotten either as it has banked $54.7 million so far.


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How does this march compare with others in attendance?

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How does this march compare with others in attendance?

 

It ranks 7th in the last 14 years.


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The lack of appealing movies is the big reason for the drop in comparison with last year.


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The 2nd least attended 1st quarter in the new century? Yikes. 

 

Hopefully this trend is bucked come Summer. 


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Given that line up, and no THG-like flow over, we're in for a pretty dismal April.

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The lack of appealing movies is the big reason for the drop in comparison with last year.

 

And the lack of direct big-name action competition is a big reason why GIJoe opened so well overseas.

 

For a similar reason, I expect Oblivion to open quite nicely too. It's the first big-budget-looking sci-fi movie of the year.



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It ranks 7th in the last 14 years.

 

Not too bad. March wasn't doldrums like January and February. April looks dull, but I think 42 and P&G can surprise, Oblivion is whatever. I do think summer will really turn up. May-August looks great and should at least propel back in 2012's range. We obviously couldn't beat March 12 because of THG, 21JS, and Lorax, but I think summer 13 can still pull it out over summer 12 even with TA and TDKR.


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