Monday, June 17, 2024
HomeReviews FilmsBox Office: 'The Flash' lost battle to remain no. 1 against....

Box Office: ‘The Flash’ lost battle to remain no. 1 against. Jennifer Lawrence’s No Hard Feelings – Deadline

UPDATED, Friday afternoon: Two animated films, Disney/Pixar’s BASIC and Sony Animation’s monolith Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, they hit Flash and are in a tight fight for No. 1 at the weekend box office with about $18 million each behind Fridays estimated at about $5.4 million each.

If a large portion of those numbers hold, BASICwhich posted one of the lowest openings for a Pixar film in recent memory with $29.6 million (though not as low as the first toy story, which made $29.1 million), will see a second weekend relief of -39%, which isn’t too bad. This will take 10 days 65 million dollars in 4,035 theaters, which is $5 million more than the pandemic disaster Further.

Meanwhile, there’s no such thing as superhero fatigue Beyond the spider web easing 33% in its fourth weekend, moving its circulation total through Sunday EOD to 315.8 million dollars in 3,785 theaters. Until Sunday, Beyond the spider web it will be 14% ahead of Tom Holland Spider-Man: Homecoming (which finished with $334.2 million) and 5% behind Spider-Man: Far From Home (which finished at $390.5 million stateside). Wow, wow, wow.

Flash article No Hard Feelings Asteroid City

(LR) ‘The Flash’, ‘No Hard Feelings’ and ‘Asteroid City’


Meanwhile, Warner Bros./DC’s Flash is watching a second friday of 4.3 million dollars and the second weekend of 14 million dollars, now down a massive 75%. If that holds, it will be worse than the 66% second weekend drop surpassed by Warner Bros/DC Green Lantern in 2011. Total running for Flash from Sunday it will be approx 86.3 million dollars in 4,256 theaters.

Flash could lose third to Jennifer Lawrence’s new R-rated Sony comedy There are no hard feelings which has a stroke in 14-15 million dollars after one 5.3 million dollars Friday in 3,208 theaters.

Fifth place goes to Paramount Transformers: Rise of the Beasts with the third Friday of 3 million dollarsa three-day i 10.6 million dollars-49%, and a total of 121.9 million dollars. Yes, the seventh Masked Robots movie will definitely beat the domestic earnings of the last two transformer movies: The Last Knight with 130.1 million dollars and Bumblebee and 127.1 million dollars.

And the second weekend of Focus Features’ Wes Anderson title Asteroid City it is looking better than the director’s second and third weekend French Dispatch ($2 million +) with 7.5 million dollars in 1675 theaters. That will set the 10-day total for the ensemble comedy 8.7 million dollars.

BEFORE, Friday morning: Sony’s mission to bring comedy back to the big screen with Jennifer Lawrence’s R-rated film There are no hard feelings began on Thursday, when the film took profits 2.15 million dollars from showtimes starting at 4:00 PM in 2,745 locations. The pic hopes to make around $12 million this weekend in what will be the second session where Warner Bros. has flopped. Flash hope not to take a -70% drop. On the low end, that’s $16.5 million. A good hold would be 55% north of $24 million.

Flash earned $2.8 million Thursday in 4,234 theaters, down 9% from Wednesday, putting its first-week gross at $72.3 million. That amount of money is what the chase thought DC’s picture would make in Weekend 1.

There are no real compresses after the pandemic There are no hard feelings since we haven’t had a wild comedy for a while. The picture did Universal’s best female-oriented rom-com Ticket to Heavenwhich took in $1.1 million from Thursday showings starting at 5pm (although that pic is older-leaning and PG-13). Ticket to Heaven it opened to $16.5 million.

For director Gene Stupnitsky, who directed No hard feelingss, his previous R-rated comedy Good guys was a high point for the oddball at the box office, opening to $21.4 million in August 2019 before the pandemic and reaching $83.1 million. God knows if those kinds of numbers can be achieved anymore since the industry has conditioned audiences to watch comedies in their homes on air versus a set in theaters. But again, it’s about the product. Nothing is possible at the box office until a genre breaks through and changes the course of history; remember how pirate movies were the kiss of death until Pirates of the Caribbean did it come?

The critics didn’t understand There are no hard feelings at 67% on Rotten Tomatoes, but early RT audience feedback seems to be at 88%. Out of the gate on Comscore/Screen Engine’s PostTrak, the Lawrence-directed comedy is 4 stars, 84% positive — not bad. Last night we saw 37% guys over 25, 29% women over 25, 19% women under 25 and 15% men under 25.

RELATED: ‘No Hard Feelings’ Review: Jennifer Lawrence Tends In Hard-R Comedy

Wes Anderson’s Focus Features expansion Asteroid City is off to a great start with $1.1M from 1,400 theaters last night in previews. The film grows from six locations in Los Angeles and New York City to 1675 today. Last weekend, the absurdist comedy ensemble posted the theater’s best post-pandemic average with $140,000. The film is expected to do single digits in the second weekend. Anderson’s previous film, French Dispatchreleased when audiences were still trying to get back to theaters in the fall of 2021, it earned north of $2 million when it went to a 1,000-plus theater break in its third weekend.

Asteroid City is 74% certified fresh with critics on Rotten Tomatoes, which is one point below where French dispatch was at 75%. That photo also scored 76% with the audience on RT vs Asteroid City which is currently 69%. Asteroid City’s PostTrak is also 4 stars, but 79% positive. Thursday night’s turnout was made up of 42% men over 25, 28% women over 25, 16% men under 25 and 15% women under 25.

RELATED: ‘Asteroid City’ Review: Wes Anderson’s Latest Is Weird, Creative and Obscure

Other activities on Thursday: Sony Animation’s Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse led all pictures in regular release with $3.6M (-5% from Wednesday) in 3,873 theaters, good for a third week of $45.2M and a total of $297.8M. The Marvel picture will cross the three-century mark today.

Disney/Pixar’s BASIC was second in 4,035 theaters with $3.5 million, even with Wednesday, for a $46.9 million first week. That’s less than the first week of the Pixar movie affected by the pandemic Further, which earned $49.7 million in its first week. Warnings/DCs Flash it was third yesterday.

Paramount Transformers: Rise of the Beasts made $1.9M yesterday in 3,680 theaters, -5% from Wednesday, for a second week of $30.7M and a total of $111.3M.

Disney’s The Little Mermaid in 3,480 theaters earned $1.7M, -5%, for a fourth week of $19.5M. Its total value is 261.5 million dollars.

Summer box office for May 1-June 19 stands at $1.52 billion from 11 wide shows (north of 2,000 theaters). That’s 2.3% ahead of last summer, which tallied $1.49 billion for the frame from six wide releases. Summer 2023 BO is 11% behind pre-pandemic 2019, which had earned $1.7 billion for the May 1-June 19 period from 17 wide releases (north of 2,000 locations).



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim Assistir O Fim