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US Box Office: analysis for the week end of January 31 Feb 1

Analysis of the week of February 3rd.  It's Super Bowl Sunday and we root for success for all the athletes competing on the field and the fans and advertisers betting on the game. The results from the weekend box office were somewhat chilled, driven down by early February weather and the inevitable distractions of the focus on the Super Bowl. Two bright spots were the continued success of Sony's Bad Boys for Life (now in its 3rd week) and Universal's 1917 (now in its 6th ...

US Box Office: analysis for the week end of January 24-26

Analysis for the week of January 27th.  The 2020 Sundance Film Festival opened last Thursday and we have included a list of the early screenings and reactions in our report this weekend. Sony's Bad Boys for Life continued its reign at the top of the box office. The R-Rated action comedy starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence took in $34M in its second weekend, a cume of $120.6M after 10 days in theaters. This film proves the right sequel, well-made and released at the righ...

US week-end Box Office analysis: January 17-19, 2020

Box Office analysis for the week of January 20th. On Sunday, the Screen Actors Guild hands out its annual awards for outstanding performances during 2019 in film and prime-time television. Sunday also happens to be National Popcorn Day, an opportunity to enhance the enjoyment of watching the SAG Awards ceremony. Sony hit it big this weekend with a record-breaking opening for its Bad Boys for Life, which took in $59.1M for Friday-Saturday-Sunday and is projected to take in $68.1M when includ...

US week-end Box Office analysis: January 3-5, 2019

January 6th.  As press time this Sunday evening, we are enjoying the celebrations from the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards Ceremony.  We hope that you are as well. The top three films in this week's box office maintained their positions from last week. Disney's Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker has held the top spot for three weeks in a row, earning $33.7M this weekend which adds up to a North American cume of $450.8M. Sony's Jumanji: The Next Level earned $26.5M i...

US week-end Box Office analysis: December 27-29

Box Office analysis for the week of December 30th.  Monday at sundown marks the end of this year's eight days of Hanukkah, followed by New Year's Eve on Tuesday and New Year's Day on Wednesday.  Reasons to celebrate abound. Disney's Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker had a solid second week of ticket sales, $72M for the weekend and a 10-day cume of $361.8M in North America and $724.8M Worldwide.  Sony's Jumanji: The Next Level continued to draw large hol...

US week-end Box Office analysis: December 20-22

Screendollars Newsletter for the week of December 23rd.  In Boston, there were 9 hours and 4 minutes of daylight today, and movin' on up from here on out.   You can see how much daylight you had where you are by going here: The force was strong with Star Wars at the box office this weekend.  In its debut, the current installment Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker grossed $175.5M in North America and $373.5M Worldwide. It was the ...

US week-end Box Office analysis: December 13-15

Wishing Good Cheer to everyone this holiday season. Sony's Jumanji: The Next Level debuted this weekend and took the top spot at the box office with $60.1M, exceeding most expectations and setting an all-time record for a comedy opening in December. This bodes well for the film's prospects for a long, productive run.  The original Jumanji (2017) opened with $36.2M and went on to earn $404.5M - 11 times the results of its first weekend. Disney's Frozen 2 continue...

US week-end Box Office analysis: November 22-24

Source Screendollars   We hope all our readers have a wonderful Thanksgiving Thursday and a busy holiday week at the movies. Disney's much-anticipated Frozen 2 produced record-breaking results in its opening weekend, earning $127M in North American theaters and a whopping $350M worldwide. This performance represents the biggest opening weekend the history of Walt Disney Animation Studios, the biggest non-summer opening weekend for any animated film and the #3 opening for an...


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