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  • Brayden Fitzsimmons
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    Highest grossing original / non-franchise films of the year
    (*=still in theatres)

    1. Us – $175,005,930
    2. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – $142,027,997
    3. The Upside – $108,252,517
    4. Hustlers $104,939,355
    5. Rocketman – $96,368,160
    6. Ford vs Ferrari – $93,501,376*
    7. Good Boys – $83,083,070
    8. Yesterday – $73,286,650
    9. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark – $68,947,075
    10. Knives Out – $68,419,296*
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    11. Abominable – $60,327,565
    12. Escape Room – $56,981,740
    13. What Men Men – $54,611,903
    14. Midway – $54,155,870
    15. Ad Astra – $50,187,588
    16. Isn’t It Romantic – $48,791,187
    17. Gemini Man – $48,546,770
    18. Five Feet Apart – $45,729,221
    19. Ma – $45,373,120
    20. A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood – $45,365,953*
    21. Playing with Fire – $42,500,370*
    22. Harriet – $41,214,095*
    23. Breakthrough – $40,713,082
    24. Little – $40,673,960
    25. Last Christmas – $33,852,620*

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    tom92
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    Isn’t The Upside a remake?

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    babypook
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    Isn’t The Upside a remake?

    The Intouchables; 2011>>>^

    Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
    Philip K Dick Blade Runner

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    Leo Grant Logan
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    Friday Dailies
    1. Jumanji: The Next Level – $19.4 million
    2. Frozen 2 – $4.41 million
    3. Knives Out – $2.65 million
    4. Black Christmas – $1.81 million
    5. Richard Jewell – $1.55 million

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    tom92
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    The Intouchables; 2011>>>^

    So it’s not an original movie then?

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    JackO
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    5. Richard Jewell – $1.55 million

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    As predicted, Frozen II’s reign as king of the boxoffice ends this weekend. Numbers are these:

    Domestic: $351,771,072 (54th all-time; they yielded 270 screens this weekend, mostly to Jumanji: Next Level)
    Overseas: $584,353,640
    Global: $936,124,712

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    Isn’t The Upside a remake?

    The U.S. version of The Intouchables.

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    babypook
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    So it’s not an original movie then?

    As Guest alludes to it’s a remake of The Intouchables, the latter being a far far “better” film.

    Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
    Philip K Dick Blade Runner

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    Leo Grant Logan
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    Weekend Results
    1. Jumanji: The Next Level – $60.1 million
    2. Frozen 2 – $19.18 million
    3. Knives Out – $9.25 million
    4. Richard Jewell – $5 million
    5. Black Christmas – $4.42 million

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    Salsa Club
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    Uncut Gems made $525,498 from 5 screens while Bombshell did $312,100.

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    Frozen II now $366.5m and is the 45th motion picture in American film history to join the Global Billion $ Club. Will exceed the original’s $400.6m domestic haul by year’s end, per Gitesh Pandya of Boxoffice Guru. Worldwide total is now $1.033 billion. Can they exceed $1.274B, the total of the original movie?

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    JackO
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    4. Richard Jewell – $5 million

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    Bombshell did $312,100.

    Still below The Farewell’s PTA but good enough opening with huge stars.

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    No time like the present: current boxoffice records that are at risk when THe Rise of Skywalker drops, all held by Avengers: Endgame:

    Opening Weekend: $357.115,007
    Opening Day/Single Day/Friday $157,461,641
    Saturday: $109,264,122
    Sunday: $90,389,244

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    Friday’s estimates!

    1. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker $90m (just the 6th best opening day ever, 3rd best December opening day)
    2. Jumanji: The Next Level $7.1m
    3. Frozen II $3.3m
    4. Cats $2,62m
    5. Bombshell $1,83m

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