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Final Cut on Film
MLK 4-day actuals: #1 AMERICAN SNIPER $107M, #2 PADDINGTON $25.5M, #3 WEDDING RINGER $24M, #4 TAKEN 3 $17.1M, #5 SELMA $13.9M @CinemaScore
Bigger bullseye: AMERICAN SNIPER bagged more cash than initially reported, WB upgrading 4-day take to $107.3M. @CinemaScore
MLK 4-day BO: #1 AMERICAN SNIPER $105.3M, #2 PADDINGTON $25.2M, #3 WEDDING RINGER $24.5M, #4 TAKEN 3 $17.4M, #5 SELMA $11.5M @CinemaScore
Heads will roll at Universal, BLACKHAT joins list of the biggest BO bombs ever with pathetic $4.4M for 4-day weekend. @CinemaScore
AMERICAN SNIPER obliterates all January/MLK records with 4-day take of $105.3M, A+ @CinemaScore points to healthy holds in coming weeks.
Brilliant marketing job by WB on AMERICAN SNIPER, prolific ad buys during playoff football with stellar trailer = $90M+ debut.
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Top BO: #1 AMERICAN SNIPER $90.2M, #2 WEDDING RINGER $21M, #3 PADDINGTON $19.3M, #4 TAKEN 3 $14.1M, #5 SELMA $8.3M @CinemaScore
THE WEDDING RINGER bowed to $21M for 3-day weekend, -49% lower than RIDE ALONG's debut, A- @CinemaScore.
Top all-time openings DEC-FEB: #1 AMERICAN SNIPER $90.2M, #2 HOBBIT: UNEXPECTED JOURNEY $84.6M, #3 PASSION OF CHRIST $83.8M @CinemaScore
Boosts Oscar stock RT @FinalCutonFilm: AMERICAN SNIPER blows away January records with howitzer-sized $90.2M 3-day debut, A+ @CinemaScore.
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Someone get Chris Hemsworth his hammer and cape: BLACKHAT bombed with itsy-bitsy $4M 3-day debut, beastly C- @CinemaScore to boot.
Top JAN debuts: #1 AMERICAN SNIPER $90.2M, #2 RIDE ALONG $41.5M, #3 CLOVERFIELD $40.1M, #4 TAKEN 3 $39.2M @CinemaScore
AMERICAN SNIPER blows away January records with howitzer-sized $90.2M 3-day debut, flawless A+ @CinemaScore.
PADDINGTON strutted his stuff with healthy $19.3M 3-day debut, strong A @CinemaScore.
Could AMERICAN SNIPER hit $100M for 4-day frame? Sunday will be down with NFL playoff games but A+ @CinemaScore points to legit possibility.
THE WEDDING RINGER made off with $7M Friday, FC-forecasted $19-20M 3-day weekend, respectable A- @CinemaScore.
Revising our AMERICAN SNIPER 3-day forecast to $70-75M, will smash previous JAN debut records regardless.
PADDINGTON stuffed away $4.7M Friday, FC-forecasted $18-20M 3-day weekend, quality A @CinemaScore.
AMERICAN SNIPER set new one-day JAN record with jaw-dropping $30.5M FRI, FC-forecasted $65-70M 3-day weekend, perfect A+ @CinemaScore.
BOMB ALERT: BLACKHAT is an unmitigated disaster with just $1.4M FRI, FC-forecasted $4M 3-day weekend, ruinous C- @CinemaScore.
So I'm just getting going here, THE LEGO MOVIE's snub is unfathomable, "technicality" or not.
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Weekend actuals: #1 TAKEN 3 $39.2M, #2 SELMA $11.3M, #3 INTO THE WOODS $9.6M, #4 HOBBIT: FIVE ARMIES $9.4M, #5 UNBROKEN $8.2M @CinemaScore
Top BO: #1 TAKEN 3 $40.4M, #2 SELMA $11.2M, #3 INTO THE WOODS $9.8M, #4 HOBBIT: FIVE ARMIES $9.4M, #5 UNBROKEN $8.4M @CinemaScore
SELMA marched into wide release with $11.2M from 2,179 locations, $5,140K per, exquisite A+ @CinemaScore.
TAKEN 3 wins weekend with $40.4M, second-largest January debut ever, off -18% from TAKEN 2, acceptable B+ @CinemaScore.
Another huge PTA weekend for AMERICAN SNIPER with $555K from 4 locations, $139K per, expands nationwide this FRI. @CinemaScore
SELMA went wide FRI with solid-if-unspectacular $3.8M, FC-forecasted $11-12M weekend, resplendent A+ @CinemaScore.
TAKEN 3's on track to post one of January's biggest openings with $14.7M FRI, FC-forecasted $38-40M weekend, decent B+ @CinemaScore.
INHERENT VICE expanded with $960K from 645 locations FRI, meh $1,488 per. @CinemaScore
FC Forecast: #1 TAKEN 3 $33M↓, #2 SELMA $19.5M↓, #3 HOBBIT: FIVE ARMIES $11.5M, #4 UNBROKEN $10.75M, #5 INTO THE WOODS $10.5M @CinemaScore
Top 5: #1 HOBBIT $21.9M, #2 INTO THE WOODS $19.1M, #3 UNBROKEN $18.4M, #4 WOMAN IN BLACK 2 $15.1M, #5 NIGHT AT MUSEUM $14.5M @CinemaScore
AMERICAN SNIPER stayed white hot, targeting $640K from 4 theaters, $160K per, up +1% from last weekend. @CinemaScore
THE HOBBIT: BATTLE OF FIVE ARMIES slays competition for third-straight title with $21.9M, domestic haul = $220.8M.
THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2 beat the street, scaring up $15.2M, down -27% from predecessor's debut in 2012, hair-raising C @CinemaScore.
THE IMITATION GAME continues to play well in limited release w/$8.1M this weekend, strong $10,743 per. Domestic cume climbs to big $30.8M.
THE HOBBIT: BATTLE OF FIVE ARMIES surpassed $200M domestic with $8.4M FRI, will win third-straight weekend with FC-forecasted $25-26M.
THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2's scaring up more business than expected with $7.8M FRI, FC-forecasted $15-17M weekend, terrifying C @CinemaScore.
Weekend actuals: #1 HOBBIT $40.9M, #2 INTO WOODS $31M, #3 UNBROKEN $30.6M (-$1.2M), #4 NIGHT MUSEUM $20.2M, #5 ANNIE $16.5M @CinemaScore
Few full houses for THE GAMBLER in its debut frame with $9.3M, $14.3M inc. Christmas Day, snake-eyed C+ @CinemaScore.
Top BO: #1 HOBBIT: FIVE ARMIES $41.4M, #2 UNBROKEN $31.8M, #3 INTO THE WOODS $31M, #4 NIGHT AT MUSEUM $20.6M, #5 ANNIE $16.6M @CinemaScore
INTO THE WOODS sung its way to third this holiday weekend with $31M, 4-day cume $46.1M, shrill B @CinemaScore.
UNBROKEN smashed projections with $31.8M for 3-day weekend, $47.3M including Christmas Day/Eve, stout A- @CinemaScore.
AMERICAN SNIPER hit the bullseye in initial rollout with $610K from 4 locations, massive $152,500 per, $850K 4-day cume. @CinemaScore
THE HOBBIT: BATTLE OF FIVE ARMIES won its second-straight weekend with $41.4M, domestic cume climbs to $168.5M. @CinemaScore
THE INTERVIEW did decent numbers in limited release, $1.8M from its 331 locations, $5,471 per, $2.8M inc. Christmas Day. @CinemaScore
THE INTERVIEW took a tumble in its second day with $725K FRI from 331 locations, 2-day cume $1.8M. @CinemaScore
FRI BO: #1 HOBBIT: FIVE ARMIES $15.7M, #2 UNBROKEN $12.3M, #3 INTO THE WOODS $12.2M, #4 NIGHT AT MUSEUM $7.4M, #5 ANNIE $6.1M @CinemaScore
INTO THE WOODS not faring all that well with auds - as we predicted - landing shoddy B @CinemaScore.
HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY PT 1 surpassed $300M domestic Friday, 2014's #2 grossing film behind GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY. @CinemaScore