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  • sofan
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    4. A Star is Born – $11.1 million

    By next weekend it will top The Greatest Showman’s overall domestic BO, I am legitimately shocked. With the holiday season coming up I think 200 million before the Oscar nominations is possible.

    Awardsfan1990
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    I’m just glad it’s making more money than The Greatest Showman, since that film was mediocre.

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    By next weekend it will top The Greatest Showman’s overall domestic BO, I am legitimately shocked. With the holiday season coming up I think 200 million before the Oscar nominations is possible.

    Why are you shocked? This is a movie that’s been remade 4 times because it works and audiences love the story. The only hurdle it needed to pass to get was to get good reviews, which it did. When the next A Star Is Born remake is trotted out in 15-20 years, as long as the reviews are good, it’ll make mad loot as well.

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    Why are you shocked? This is a movie that’s been remade 4 times because it works and audiences love the story.

    Precisely because it is a movie that’s been remade 4 times. The fact that it was Bradley’s directorial – Gaga’s leading debut also made me doubt the movie’s chances but even after the reviews and the first week results 200m seemed impossible to reach. My best hope was 150m when it was all said and done.

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    Precisely because it is a movie that’s been remade 4 times. The fact that it was Bradley’s directorial – Gaga’s leading debut also made me doubt the movie’s chances but even after the reviews and the first week results 200m seemed impossible to reach. My best hope was 150m when it was all said and done.

    also let’s factor in how much money it’s made despite the US R rating. It’s pretty impressive to consider that up until the film premiered 90% of people were convinced it was going to be a critical and financial flop. At the THR producers roundtable ASIB producer Bill Gerber said outright that Warner Bros didn’t want Gaga do to the film they wanted Beyonce because they thought she would bring in bigger BO numbers. Bradley had to work hard to convince them cast Gaga. Now it seems like a slam dunk success story but there was a LOT of skepticism that had to be erased.

     

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    Beautiful Boy expanded into 348 more theaters, pulling in $1,414,800. Can You Ever Forgive Me? expanded into 155 more theaters and pulled in $1,080,000. Suspiria expanded into 309 more theaters and pulled in $964,722.

    In terms of new specialty released, Boy Erased opened in 5 theaters and pulled in $220,000. The documentary Maria By Callas opened in 16 theaters and pulled in $152,633. A Private War opened in 4 theaters and pulled in $72,000. Bodied opened in 14 theaters and pulled in $50,528, and In Search Of Greatness opened in 16 theaters and pulled in $35,000.

    Leo Grant Logan
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    Friday Dailies
    1. The Grinch – $18.67 million
    2. Bohemian Rhapsody – $8.46 million
    3. Overlord – $3.75 million
    4. The Girl in the Spider’s Web – $3 million
    5. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms – $2.37 million

    Leo Grant Logan
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    Weekend Results
    1. The Grinch – $66 million
    2. Bohemian Rhapsody – $30.85 million
    3. Overlord – $10.1 million
    4. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms – $9.56 million
    5. The Girl in the Spider’s Web – $8.01 million

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    The rest of the top 10:

    6. A Star Is Born $8M/$178M
    7. Nobody’s Fool $6.5M/$24.3M
    8. Venom $4.9M/$206.2M
    9. Halloween $3.8M/$156.8M
    10. The Hate U Give $2.1M/$26.7M

    Leo Grant Logan
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    Friday Dailies
    1. Fantastic Beasts and the Crimes of Grindelwald – $25.7 million
    2. The Grinch – $8.9 million
    3. Instant Family – $4.5 million
    4. Bohemian Rhapsody – $4.25 million
    5. Widows – $4.2 million

    Luca Giliberti
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    Friday Dailies 1. Fantastic Beasts and the Crimes of Grindelwald – $25.7 million 2. The Grinch – $8.9 million 3. Instant Family – $4.5 million 4. Bohemian Rhapsody – $4.25 million 5. Widows – $4.2 million

    That’s so weird because I read somewhere else that Widows made $5,5M

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    Sister mary eunice
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    That’s so weird because I read somewhere else that Widows made $5,5M

    lets hope so

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    Weekend Results
    1. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – $62.2 million
    2. The Grinch – $38.16 million
    3. Bohemian Rhapsody – $15.7 million
    4. Instant Family – $14.7 million
    5. Widows – $12.3 million

    Leo Grant Logan
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    Friday Dailies
    1. Ralph Breaks the Internet – $21.73 million
    2. Creed 2 – $14.12 million
    3. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – $11.82 million
    4. The Grinch – $11.59 million
    5. Bohemian Rhapsody – $5.22 million

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    Deadline analysis of Green Book BO:

    Universal/DreamWorks/Participant Media’s Green Book spiked in business yesterday, like most other pics on Black Friday, but is still far from where this near $25M production needs to be in order to be considered a success. Five-day now looking like $7.1M for the Peter Farrelly-directed drama. Many continue to harp how Universal went too wide, too fast with this movie, jumping from 25 locations to just over 1,000 for the holiday weekend.

    However, Blind Side was not only boosted by Bullock’s star power at the time and the great reviews of her career, but the movie appealed greatly to the faith-based. Green Book doesn’t have this momentum, and unfortunately winning the top prize at TIFF means nothing to general moviegoers. As we wrote before, Golden Globe noms are some form of a savior, but Uni has to keep the pic in theaters for another two weeks.

    It’s dead, Jim. And for some reason, experts still have it in the top 3. It’s First Flop all over again.

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