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Daily Box Office Report
Wednesday, November 7, 2018




By Daniel Garris

Fox’s Bohemian Rhapsody took in $3.938 million on Wednesday to lead the daily box office for a sixth consecutive day. That represented a solid 37.0 percent decline from Tuesday’s inflated Election Day performance. The six-day start for Bohemian Rhapsody stands at a stronger than expected $65.633 million. The film is running 6.5 percent ahead of the $61.647 million grossed by A Star is Born after six days of wide release, though Wednesday’s gross for Bohemian Rhapsody was below the $4.591 million first Wednesday gross of A Star is Born. BoxOfficeReport is predicting that Bohemian Rhapsody will gross $27.0 million in its second weekend.

Warner’s A Star is Born was up two spots from Tuesday to move back into second place on Wednesday with $1.042 million. A Star is Born continues to display tremendous holding power, as the film was down 26.7 percent from Tuesday and down just 20.0 percent from last Wednesday. A Star is Born has grossed $169.009 million after 34 days of release. That gives the film a current total gross to opening weekend ratio of 3.94 to 1. BoxOfficeReport is predicting a sixth weekend gross of $8.5 million for A Star is Born.

Disney’s The Nutcracker and the Four Realms was down one spot from Tuesday to land in third on Wednesday with $874,723. That represented a very sharp 65.5 percent decline from Tuesday, as family films typically see the biggest Election Day boosts at the box office. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms has grossed $24.860 million in six days, which is in line with the film’s relatively modest expectations and places the film 29.0 percent behind the $34.994 million six-day haul of Disney’s Christopher Robin earlier this year. BoxOfficeReport is predicting a second weekend take of $11.2 million for The Nutcracker and the Four Realms.

Paramount’s Nobody’s Fool was down one spot and a sharp 52.1 percent from Tuesday to claim fourth place on Wednesday with $767,204. Nobody’s Fool has grossed $17.022 million in six days. That is on the very low end of expectations and places the film 22.9 percent behind the $22.089 million six-day start of Tyler Perry’s Acrimony earlier this year. BoxOfficeReport is predicting that Nobody’s Fool will gross $6.9 million in its second weekend.

Universal’s Halloween and Sony’s Venom placed in fifth and sixth with respective daily grosses of $560,030 and $531,708. Halloween was down 43.2 percent from Tuesday and down a massive 89.9 percent from last Wednesday’s inflated Halloween performance, while Venom declined 48.3 percent from Tuesday and decreased 44.9 percent from last Wednesday. Respective total grosses stand at $152.489 million for Halloween in 20 days and at $200.858 million for Venom in 34 days.







Daily domestic box office results for Wednesday, November 7, 2018.

Film (Distributor) Daily
Gross
Theatre
Count
Per-Thea.
Average
%Change
Yesterday
%Change
Last Wed.
Total
Gross
TG to OW
Ratio
Week
1 Bohemian Rhapsody
(Fox)
$3,938,110 4,000 $985 -37.0% N/A $65,633,193 1.285 1
2 A Star is Born
(Warner Bros.)
$1,042,268 3,431 $304 -26.7% -20.0% $169,008,874 3.939 5
3 The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
(Disney)
$874,723 3,766 $232 -65.5% N/A $24,860,397 1.221 1
4 Nobody's Fool
(Paramount)
$767,204 2,468 $311 -52.1% N/A $17,021,513 1.239 1
5 Halloween
(Universal)
$560,030 3,775 $148 -43.2% -89.9% $152,489,455 2.001 3
6 Venom
(Sony / Columbia)
$531,708 3,067 $173 -48.3% -44.9% $200,858,187 2.503 5
7 Hunter Killer
(Lionsgate / Summit Premiere)
$351,793 2,720 $129 -36.7% -47.2% $14,219,257 2.137 2
8 The Hate U Give
(Fox)
$231,240 1,507 $153 -54.7% -41.5% $24,426,606 3.213 5
9 First Man
(Universal / DreamWorks)
$191,000 1,712 $112 -35.9% -67.9% $42,662,545 2.665 4
10 Smallfoot
(Warner Bros.)
$187,296 2,002 $94 -71.7% -35.1% $78,643,340 3.413 6
11 Mid90s
(A24)
$156,519 1,091 $143 -25.1% -22.5% $6,315,369 2.119 3
12 Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween
(Sony / Columbia)
$155,852 2,828 $55 -72.7% -77.8% $44,850,655 2.838 4
13 The Old Man & the Gun
(Fox Searchlight)
$131,720 765 $172 -27.2% -56.3% $9,639,251 4.516 6
14 Free Solo
(National Geographic / Greenwich)
$128,630 363 $354 -1.0% -0.3% $7,232,784 6.309 6
15 Night School
(Universal)
$123,080 1,271 $97 -50.3% -53.2% $74,915,325 2.748 6
16 Can You Ever Forgive Me?
(Fox Searchlight)
$95,773 180 $532 -8.5% +202.5% $2,042,059 1.978 3
17 Johnny English Strikes Again
(Universal)
$78,315 552 $142 -50.8% -46.0% $3,568,470 2.177 2
18 Indivisible
(Pure Flix)
$71,147 742 $96 -33.7% -55.4% $3,146,343 2.093 2
19 Bad Times at the El Royale
(Fox)
$32,451 322 $101 -19.5% -81.2% $17,579,247 2.465 4
20 The House with a Clock in Its Walls
(Universal / Amblin)
$26,100 510 $51 -65.5% -74.4% $67,485,270 2.536 7
21 Colette
(Bleecker Street)
$23,591 130 $181 +0.1% -56.0% $4,850,343 4.852 7
22 Gosnell
(GVN Releasing)
$21,093 267 $79 -8.1% -57.8% $3,607,765 3.102 4
23 Crazy Rich Asians
(Warner Bros.)
$20,165 208 $97 -25.9% -47.7% $173,272,730 6.536 12
24 Boy Erased
(Focus)
$16,048 5 $3,210 +10.1% N/A $259,114 1.251 1
25 The Sisters Brothers
(Annapurna Pictures)
$9,823 146 $67 -22.1% -80.1% $3,036,055 4.005 7
26 The Nun
(Warner / New Line)
$9,138 211 $43 -21.6% -75.6% $117,307,875 2.180 9
27 Incredibles 2
(Disney)
$9,027 150 $60 -38.9% -25.5% $608,143,126 3.329 21
28 A Simple Favor
(Lionsgate)
$8,069 102 $79 -20.3% -55.0% $53,387,245 3.334 8
29 Disney's Christopher Robin
(Disney)
$7,731 165 $47 -39.8% -25.3% $99,039,563 4.028 14
30 What They Had
(Bleecker Street)
$7,134 37 $193 +11.0% -19.7% $181,613 3.001 3
31 The Front Runner
(Sony / Columbia)
$6,243 4 $1,561 -8.8% N/A $13,092 N/A 0
32 A Private War
(Aviron Pictures)
$4,779 4 $1,195 +0.3% N/A $73,878 1.221 1
33 The Predator
(Fox)
$2,730 72 $38 -2.8% -27.4% $50,979,002 2.070 8
34 Hell Fest
(Lionsgate / CBS Films)
$1,710 92 $19 -28.7% -96.0% $11,105,541 2.164 6
35 Little Women
(Pinnacle Peak)
$1,280 36 $36 -12.5% +35.2% $1,372,537 1.947 6
36 God Bless the Broken Road
(Freestyle)
$1,081 5 $216 +293.1% +108.7% $2,846,106 2.053 9
37 London Fields
(GVN Releasing)
$736 32 $23 -14.8% -96.4% $252,196 1.496 2
38 Unbroken: Path to Redemption
(Pure Flix)
$486 11 $44 -29.8% -44.0% $6,206,151 2.772 8
39 Operation Finale
(MGM)
$119 3 $40 +24.0% -67.0% $17,611,360 2.924 10

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