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Weekend Box Office Report
June 22 - June 24, 2018




By Daniel Garris

Weekend Actuals Update:

With actuals now in, Universalís Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom ended up a bit below yesterdayís estimate with a strong first place debut of $148.025 million.

Disneyís Incredibles 2 also came in just below yesterdayís studio estimate with a second place take of $80.348 million.

Other weekend actuals for the frame include: Oceanís 8 ($11.546 million), Tag ($8.251 million), Deadpool 2 ($5.272 million), Solo: A Star Wars Story ($4.508 million), Hereditary ($3.629 million), Superfly ($3.405 million), Avengers: Infinity War ($2.584 million) & Wonít You Be My Neighbor? ($1.821 million from just 348 locations).

Weekend Estimates Update:

Universalís Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom debuted in first place this weekend with an estimated $150.00 million. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom opened on the very high end of expectations, which ranged anywhere from $120 million to $150 million heading into the weekend. Expectations for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom had been held in check by relatively modest pre-release online buzz for an event film, mixed critical reviews and the break-out start of Incredibles 2 last weekend, but ultimately audiences showed up in a big way for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom this weekend. The strong audience reception to 2015ís Jurassic World clearly helped Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and opening Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom two weeks earlier internationally may have helped the filmís domestic performance as well.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom registered the second largest debut ever for Universal (behind only Jurassic World) and the third largest opening weekend ever for the month of June (behind only Jurassic World and Incredibles 2). While Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom debuted 28.2 percent below the $208.81 million launch of Jurassic World; Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom hadnít been expected to match the lightning-in-a-bottle performance of its predecessor. The opening weekend performance of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was the 20th largest unadjusted opening of all-time. When adjusting for 21 years of ticket price inflation, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom performed very similarly to the $149.07 million adjusted opening weekend take of 1997ís The Lost World: Jurassic Park (which had an actual three-day start of $74.70 million).

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom started out with $58.80 million on Friday (which included an estimated $15.3 million from Thursday night shows that began at 7PM), decreased 15.3 percent on Saturday to gross $49.84 million and is estimated to decrease 17.0 percent on Sunday to take in $41.36 million. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom strengthened as the weekend went on, as the filmís Friday performance ended up being stronger than its Thursday previews suggested and the filmís weekend performance ended up being stronger than its overall Friday performance suggested. That is a good sign that the film is going over significantly better with audiences than it has with critics, as is the filmís healthy A- rating on CinemaScore. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom had clear four-quadrant appeal this weekend, as the filmís audience breakdown skewed 54 percent male, 46 percent female, 56 percent under the age of 25 and 44 percent 25 years and older. IMAX grosses were responsible for an estimated $13.0 million of the filmís overall gross this weekend.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom continued to roar internationally with an estimated $106.7 million this weekend. That brings the filmís international total to $561.5 million and current global haul to $711.5 million. International debuts for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom this weekend included $12.3M in Mexico, $9.2M in Brazil & $7.9M in Australia. The film also grossed $32.4 million in China this weekend, where it held off the debut of Incredibles 2 to remain in first place. Current international totals for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom by market include $202.6 million in China, $43.3 million in South Korea, $41.8 million in the United Kingdom, $19.5 million in France, $18.7 million in Germany, $18.2 million in Spain, $17.7 million in Taiwan, $17.3 million in Russia and $17.2 million in India. Globally, the 3D format has been responsible for 53 percent of all sales for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, while 28 percent of those 3D sales have come from RealD. To date, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has grossed $46.0 million globally from IMAX screens.

Disneyís Incredibles 2 took second place this weekend with an estimated $80.93 million. Incredibles 2 was down a sharp 55.7 percent from last weekend, as the film no doubt took a larger than expected hit from the arrival of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. In the bigger picture, Incredibles 2 continues to excel in a big way, as the film still registered the seventh largest second weekend gross of all-time. Incredibles 2 zoomed past the $300 million domestic mark this weekend and has grossed a significantly stronger than expected $350.28 million in ten days. That represents the seventh largest ten-day start of all-time. Incredibles 2 is running 22.4 percent ahead of the $286.28 million ten-day take of 2016ís Finding Dory (which declined 46.0 percent in its second weekend to gross $72.96 million). With the debut of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom now behind it, Incredibles 2 is likely to stabilize going forward, especially given its excellent critical reviews and word of mouth and there being no other animated films entering the marketplace until Sonyís Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation does so on July 13.

Internationally, Incredibles 2 grossed an estimated $56.8 million this weekend. To date, Incredibles 2 has grossed $134.7 million internationally and $485.0 million globally. This weekend Incredibles 2 debuted with $21.2 million in China and $3.3 million in India. Current international totals by market for Incredibles 2 include $23.5 million in Mexico, $15.0 million in Australia, $10.4 million in Russia, $6.7 million in Argentina and $6.2 million in Colombia. Next weekend Incredibles 2 will open in additional markets including Brazil, Taiwan and New Zealand. The film will continue to roll out throughout the rest of the word through September.

Warnerís Oceanís 8 placed in third with $11.65 million. That represented a 38.6 percent decline from last weekend. Oceanís 8 stabilized very nicely this weekend, especially given the new competition the film faced from Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Oceanís 8 passed the $100 million domestic mark this weekend and has grossed a healthy $100.39 million in 17 days. That places Oceanís 8 10.2 percent ahead of the $91.08 million 17-day haul of 2007ís Oceanís Thirteen.

Internationally, Oceanís 8 grossed an estimated $26.9 million this weekend. The film has grossed $70.6 million to date internationally and $171.0 million globally. International debuts for Oceanís 8 this weekend included $5.9 million in the United Kingdom, $2.7 million in Russia and $1.8 million in Germany. Current international totals by market for Oceanís 8 include $10.2 million in Australia, $8.6 million in South Korea, $5.4 million in Mexico, $4.2 million in Brazil, $3.5 million in France and $3.4 million in Taiwan.

Fellow Warner Bros. release Tag claimed fourth place with an estimated $8.20 million. Tag declined a solid 45.1 percent from last weekendís debut. The ten-day start for the modestly budgeted Tag stands at a very solid $30.37 million. That is on the high end of expectations and places the film just 8.6 percent behind the $33.24 million ten-day take of Game Night earlier this year (which decreased 38.8 percent in its second weekend to gross $10.41 million).

Foxís Deadpool 2 took fifth place with an estimated $5.25 million, while Disneyís Solo: A Star Wars Story followed in sixth with an estimated $4.05 million. Deadpool 2 was down a solid 39.5 percent from last weekend, while Solo: A Star Wars Story slowed a very sharp 59.6 percent. This weekend saw Deadpool 2 pass the $300 million domestic milestone and Solo: A Star Wars Story pass the $200 million domestic mark. Respective total domestic grosses stand at a strong $304.15 million for Deadpool 2 in 38 days and at much softer than expected $202.18 million for Solo: A Star Wars Story in 31 days.

Internationally, Deadpool 2 took in an estimated $5.35 million this weekend and Solo: A Star Wars Story registered an estimated $2.6 million. The race between the two films has been far more lopsided internationally, as Deadpool 2 has grossed $403.0 million to date, compared to $151.3 million for Solo: A Star Wars Story. Current global totals stand at $707.2 million for Deadpool 2 and at $353.5 million for Solo: A Star Wars Story.

On the platform front, Focusí Wonít You Be My Neighbor? continued to impress with an estimated $1.88 million from 348 locations. That gave the critically acclaimed documentary about Fred Rogers a healthy per-location average of $5,388 for the frame. Wonít You Be My Neighbor? took tenth place among all films this weekend and was up 87 percent over last weekend (when the film was screening in 96 locations). The 17-day platform total for Wonít You Be My Neighbor? stands at a promising $4.13 million.










Weekend Studio Estimates for June 22 - June 24, 2018.

Film (Distributor) Weekend
Gross
Theatre
Count
Per-Thea.
Average
%Change
Total
Gross
TG to OW
Ratio
Week
1 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
(Universal)
$150,000,000 4,475 $33,520 NEW $150,000,000 1.000 1
2 Incredibles 2
(Disney)
$80,928,000 4,410 $18,351 -55.7% $350,283,000 1.917 2
3 Ocean's 8
(Warner Bros.)
$11,650,000 3,656 $3,187 -38.6% $100,386,000 2.413 3
4 Tag
(Warner / New Line)
$8,200,000 3,382 $2,425 -45.1% $30,368,000 2.032 2
5 Deadpool 2
(Fox)
$5,250,000 2,420 $2,169 -39.5% $304,150,321 2.423 6
6 Solo: A Star Wars Story
(Disney)
$4,045,000 2,338 $1,730 -59.6% $202,177,000 2.395 5
7 Hereditary
(A24)
$3,809,000 2,002 $1,903 -44.4% $35,001,000 2.578 3
8 Superfly
(Sony / Columbia)
$3,350,000 2,220 $1,509 -51.2% $15,266,000 2.222 2
9 Avengers: Infinity War
(Disney)
$2,482,000 1,456 $1,705 -54.4% $669,466,000 2.598 9
10 Won't You Be My Neighbor?
(Focus)
$1,875,000 348 $5,388 +87.0% $4,131,000 2.203 3
11 Book Club
(Paramount)
$920,000 672 $1,369 -49.7% $64,659,000 4.761 6
12 Gotti
(Vertical Entertainment)
$812,000 466 $1,742 -52.8% $3,254,000 1.892 2
13 Adrift
(STXfilms)
$780,000 871 $896 -64.6% $29,083,000 2.506 4
14 American Animals
(The Orchard / MoviePass)
$576,000 339 $1,700 +173.5% $1,462,000 2.537 4
15 Overboard
(Lionsgate / Pantelion / MGM)
$565,000 325 $1,738 +29.8% $49,389,000 3.357 8

RBG
(Magnolia Pictures)
$425,000 209 $2,033 -14.7% $10,864,000 8.671 8
Breaking In
(Universal)
$355,000 223 $1,592 -17.7% $45,767,000 2.596 7
Hearts Beat Loud
(Gunpowder & Sky)
$319,000 104 $3,071 +29.4% $795,000 2.490 3
First Reformed
(A24)
$228,000 151 $1,510 -33.9% $2,858,000 5.181 6
A Quiet Place
(Paramount)
$170,000 215 $791 -52.8% $186,863,000 3.722 12
The Seagull
(Sony Pictures Classics)
$97,071 145 $669 -29.0% $1,057,000 7.734 7
Upgrade
(OTL Releasing / BH Tilt)
$95,000 101 $941 -81.7% $11,483,000 2.458 4
A Wrinkle in Time
(Disney)
$90,000 90 $1,000 -94.6% $100,390,000 3.031 16
Black Panther
(Disney)
$74,000 115 $643 -49.0% $699,745,000 3.464 19
Hotel Artemis
(Global Road)
$72,151 163 $443 -92.8% $6,558,000 2.029 3
Show Dogs
(Global Road)
$65,834 135 $488 -62.1% $17,296,000 2.871 6
The Rider
(Sony Pictures Classics)
$41,646 54 $771 -42.3% $2,204,000 9.483 11
Lobster Cop
(China Lion Film)
$35,000 12 $2,917 NEW $35,000 1.000 1
I Can Only Imagine
(Roadside)
$34,100 71 $480 -32.1% $83,411,000 4.875 15
Boundaries
(Sony Pictures Classics)
$30,395 5 $6,079 NEW $30,395 1.000 1
The King
(Oscilloscope)
$29,050 2 $14,525 NEW $29,050 1.000 1
Summer 1993
(Oscilloscope)
$22,500 17 $1,324 +11.7% $133,000 6.253 5
Disobedience
(Bleecker Street)
$21,811 24 $909 -42.2% $3,417,000 6.548 9
The Guardians
(Music Box Films)
$13,582 6 $2,264 +16.0% $104,000 9.427 8
On Chesil Beach
(Bleecker Street)
$12,353 22 $562 -57.1% $715,000 4.720 6
Beast
(Roadside / 30West)
$8,135 9 $904 -60.9% $781,000 4.223 7
Chappaquiddick
(Entertainment Studios
Motion Pictures)
$5,078 8 $635 +4.0% $17,380,000 3.014 12
Breath
(FilmRise)
$950 2 $475 -75.5% $30,970 3.477 4

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