Sunday, October 21, 2018

Halloween Scares Up $77.5 Million at the Box Office

Michael Myers is back! The Halloween franchise grossed $77.5 million at the box office this weekend, which makes it the second highest debut for an R rated horror film (behind It's $123.4 million) and also the second highest opening for the month of October (behind Venom's $80 million). Considering the Blumhouse pic cost only $10 million to produce, it's definitely a success.

A Star Is Born ($19.3 million) moves ahead of Venom ($18.1 million) this weekend for the first time. Venom is still doing well overseas as it brought in another $33.3 million for a overseas total of $290.7 million. It's worldwide total now stands at $461.8 million.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Halloween
2) A Star is Born
3) Venom
4) Goosebumps 2
5) First Man
6) The Hate U Give
7) Smallfoot 
8) Night School
9) Bad Times at The El Royale 
10) The Old Man & the Gun 
$77.5 million
$19.3 million
$18.1 million
$9.7 million
$8.6 million
$7.5 million
$6.6 million
$5 million
$3.3 million
$2.1 million
$77.5 million
$126.4 million
$171.1 million
$28.8 million
$30 million
$10.6 million
$66.4 million
$66.9 million
$13.3 million
$4.2 million
$10 million
$36 million
$100 million
$35 million
$59 million
$23 million
$80 million
$29 million
$32 million
n/a


Thursday, October 18, 2018

Halloween 2018 vs The Hate U Give vs Venom vs A Star is Born

A couple new movies hit theaters this weekend... one looking to scary up some business.

Halloween
Hit Factor: The original boogeyman is back to claim Halloween. Positive reviews (85% Tomatometer).
Flop Factor: How many sequels have there been?



The Hate U Give
Hit Factor: Very positive reviews (97% Tomatometer).
Flop Factor: An unusually crowded October... it's gonna need strong word of mouth to stand out.




My Predictions:

Movie
Halloween
A Star is Born
Venom
First Man
Goosebumps 2 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$60
$20
$19
$10
$9





Sunday, October 14, 2018

Venom Takes Second Weekend with $35.7 million

Venom easily remained at the top spot ($35.7 million) this weekend at the box office.  It's bad reviews weren't enough to falter this new franchise/spinoff for Sony, which also took in $69.7 million overseas for a foreign total of $253.3 million so far.  It's worldwide total now stands at $378.1 million.

A Star is Born held strong in second place with $28 million, upping it's domestic total to $94.2 million.

Newcomer, First Man, staring Ryan Gosling and from La La Land director Damien Chazelle, came in third place with $16.5 million... much under expectations. We'll see if the awards season buzz will give this movie a push.

Goosebumps 2 came in 4th ($16.2 million) and Bad Times at The El Royale came in at an underwhelming 7th ($7.2 million).


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Venom
2) A Star is Born
3) First Man
4) Goosebumps 2
5) Smallfoot 
6) Night School
7) Bad Times at The El Royale 
8) House With A Clock In It's Walls 
9) The Hate U Give
10) A Simple Favor
$35.7 million
$28 million
$16.5 million
$16.2 million
$9.3 million
$8 million
$7.2 million
$4 million
$1.8 million
$1.4 million
$142.8 million
$94.2 million
$16.5 million
$16.2 million
$57.6 million
$59.8 million
$7.2 million
$62.3 million
$2.5 million
$52 million
$100 million
$36 million
$59 million
$35 million
$80 million
$29 million
$32 million
$42 million
n/a
$20 million


Thursday, October 11, 2018

First Man vs Goosebumps 2 vs Bad Times at the El Royale

A few new movies open this October weekend.

First Man
Hit Factor: Director Damien Chazelle and Ryan Gosling teaming up again.
Flop Factor:  n/a



Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween
Hit Factor: Based off a popular book series.
Flop Factor: Wait, wasn't Jack Black in a movie just like this a couple weeks ago?



Bad Times at the El Royale
Hit Factor: Interesting take on the Clue (Murder on the Orient Express, Hateful Eight, etc.) set up.
Flop Factor: It's the type of movie that needs strong word of mouth to do well.



My Predictions:

Movie
Venom
First Man
A Star is Born
Goosebumps 2
Bad Times at the El Royale  
Weekend Gross (millions)
$32
$29
$28
$17
$14



Sunday, October 7, 2018

Venom Crushes Box Office with $80 million Debut

Your friendly neighborhood symbiote, Venom, easily overcame it's bad reviews to take the top spot at the box office this weekend ($80 million).  This marks the biggest opening for a movie in October (besting Gravity's $55.7 from 2013). It is a huge win for Sony, who's been having a tough time trying to launch a separate Spider-man universe (with out Spider-man).  It also took in a hefty $125 million overseas for a worldwide total of $205 million. Time will tell next weekend, if the reviews will have an effect.

That's not the only big news this weekend... A Star is Born bowed to a big $41.3 million, thanks to strong buzz and early awards contention. These two films helped this weekend to become the biggest October weekend on record.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Venom
2) A Star is Born
3) Smallfoot  
4) Night School
5) House With A Clock In It's Walls 
6) A Simple Favor
7) The Nun
8) Hell Fest
9) Crazy Rich Asians
10) The Predator
$80 million
$41.3 million
$14.9 million
$12.3 million
$7.3 million
$3.4 million
$2.6 million
$2.1 million
$2.1 million
$0.9 million
$80 million
$42.6 million
$42.8 million
$46.8 million
$55.1 million
$49 million
$113.4 million
$8.9 million
$169.1 million
$50 million
$100 million
$36 million
$80 million
$29 million
$42 million
$20 million
$22 million
$5.5 million
$30 million
$88 million


Thursday, October 4, 2018

Venom vs A Star Is Born

A couple new movies hit theaters this October weekend.

Venom
Hit Factor: One of Spider-man's most popular foes has his own movie.
Flop Factor: NO Spider-man... Not part of MCU... oh, and those not-so-good reviews (32% Tomatometer).



A Star Is Born
Hit Factor: Early Awards season buzz... also great reviews (95% Tomatometer).
Flop Factor: Another remake...




My Predictions:

Movie
Venom
A Star Is Born
Night School
Smallfoot
House With A Clock... 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$45
$38
$16
$16
$8






Sunday, September 30, 2018

Night School Tops Box Office with $28 Million Debut


The Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish comedy, Night School, took the top spot at the box office this weekend with $28 million. Meanwhile, the animated movie Smallfoot, debuted in 2nd with $23 million.

In other news, with a worldwide gross of $330 million, The Nun becomes the highest grossing movie (worldwide) of The Conjuring franchise.

Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Night School
2) Smallfoot
3) House With A Clock In It's Walls  
4) A Simple Favor
5) The Nun
6) Hell Fest 
7) Crazy Rich Asians
8) The Predator
9) White Boy Rick 
10) Peppermint
$28 million
$23 million
$12.5 million
$6.6 million
$5.4 million
$5.1 million
$4.2 million
$3.7 million
$2.4 million
$1.8 million
$28 million
$23 million
$44.8 million
$43.1 million
$109 million
$5.1 million
$165.7 million
$47.6 million
$21.7 million
$33.5 million
$29 million
$80 million
$42 million
$20 million
$22 million
$5.5 million
$30 million
$88 million
$29 million
$25 million


Thursday, September 27, 2018

Night School vs Small Foot vs Hell Fest

A few new movies hit theaters this later September weekend.

Night School
Hit Factor: There hasn't been new a comedy in theaters for a while.
Flop Factor: Early, early, reviews aren't that great (23% Tomatometer)


Smallfoot
Hit Factor: Also, there hasn't been an animated family friendly film in a while.
Flop Factor: The marketing on this movie seems a bit low (though, I'm probably not the target audience).


Hell Fest
Hit Factor: Low budget, Halloween horror flick in time for Halloween.
Flop Factor: Another teen slasher flick.




My Predictions:

Movie
Night School
Smallfoot
House With A Clock...
Hell Fest
A Simple Favor
Weekend Gross (millions)
$26
$25
$18
$9
$7






Sunday, September 23, 2018

House With A Clock In It's Walls Tops Box Office with $26.9 Million

The movie based on a famous book, The House With A Clock In It's Walls, easily topped the box office this weekend with $26.9 million.  The family friendly film easily bested predictions, which had it coming in a few million less.

In other news, The Nun, passed the $100 million mark as it grossed $10.3 million this weekend.  It is also still scaring up audiences overseas, as it has taken in another $35.4 million for a foreign total of $191.7 million and $292.6 million worldwide.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) House With A Clock In It's Walls 
2) A Simple Favor
3) The Nun
4) The Predator 
5) Crazy Rich Asians
6) White Boy Rick 
7) Peppermint
8) Fahrenheit 11//9
9) The Meg 
10) Searching
$26.9 million
$10.4 million
$10.3 million
$8.7 million
$6.5 million
$5 million
$3.7 million
$3.1 million
$2.4 million
$2.2 million
$26.9 million
$32.6 million
$100.9 million
$40.4 million
$159.4 million
$17.4 million
$30.3 million
$3.1 million
$140.5 million
$23.1 million
$42 million
$20 million
$22 million
$88 million
$30 million
$29 million
$25 million
$5 million
$130 million
n/a


Friday, September 21, 2018

House with a Clock in It's Walls vs Life Itself vs Fahrenheit 11/9

A couple new films hit theaters this September weekend.

The House With A Clock In Its Walls
Hit Factor: A usually mellow month for competition
Flop Factor: With all it's CGI flair, it doesn't really move the needle.



Life Itself
Hit Factor: This Is Us the movie.
Flop Factor: A 12% Tomatometer doesn't really exude confidence.


Fahrenheit 11/9
Hit Factor: Director Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 movie did well. Also getting a decent 81% Tomatometer.
Flop Factor: His audiences have dwindled since Fahrenheit 9/11.




My Predictions:

Movie
House With A Clock...
The Predator
The Nun
A Simple Favor
Crazy Rich Asians
Weekend Gross (millions)
$22
$12
$9
$9
$8





Sunday, September 16, 2018

The Predator Snatches up $24 million to top Box Office

Fox's latest installment of their other "R" rated alien franchise, The Predator, easily took the top spot at the box office this weekend with $24 million.  This comes somewhat under expectations as most analysts had this film debuting in the $30-$40 million range.

Last weekend's number one, The Nun, dropped a steep 66% to 2nd place with $18.2 million.  So far, the $22 million pic has made $85.1 million domestically and $143.6 million overseas for a worldwide total of $228.7 million.

A Simple Favor ($16.1 million) rounded out the top 3.

In other news, Mission: Impossible - Fallout reaches another milestone as it is now the highest grossing of the franchise both domestically ($216.1 million) and overseas ($544.8 million); it surpassed MI2's domestic take of $215.4 million this weekend.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) The Predator
2) The Nun
3) A Simple Favor
4) White Boy Rick 
5) Crazy Rich Asians
6) Peppermint 
7) The Meg
8) Searching
9) Unbroken: Path to Redemption 
10) Mission: Impossible - Fallout
$24 million
$18.2 million
$16.1 million
$8.8 million
$8.7 million
$6.1 million
$3.8 million
$3.2 million
$2.4 million
$2.3 million
$24 million
$85.1 million
$16.1 million
$8.8 million
$149.6 million
$24.3 million
$137.1 million
$19.6 million
$2.4 million
$216.1 million
$88 million
$22 million
$20 million
$29 million
$30 million
$25 million
$130 million
n/a
$6 million
$178 million




Thursday, September 13, 2018

The Predator vs A Simple Favor vs White Boy Rick vs The Nun

Can The Nun hold onto the top spot as a few new movies hit theaters this weekend?

The Predator
Hit Factor: Shane Black's Predator movie.
Flop Factor: Early reviews are pretty mediocre (42% Tomatometer)



A Simple Favor
Hit Factor: Positive early reviews (89% Tomatometer)
Flop Factor: There isn't much buzz for this movie otherwise.


White Boy Rick
Hit Factor: Matthew McConaughey
Flop Factor: The studio is pushing awards season material for a film getting early split reviews (53% Tomatometer)



My Predictions:

Movie
The Predator
The Nun
A Simple Favor
Crazy Rich Asians
White Boy Rick
Weekend Gross (millions)
$30
$22
$11
$10
$8





Sunday, September 9, 2018

The Nun Scares up $53.5 million at the Box Office

The Conjuring spinoff, The Nun, debuted to the huge sum of $53.5 million... That's even bigger than the original The Conjuring ($41.9 million) movie it spun off from and the biggest debut of the franchise.  What's also impressive is that it crushed the overseas box office with $77.5 million for a worldwide debut of $131 million.  Add in the fact that this movie has terrible reviews (28% Tomatometer) and a 'C' Cinema Score, this movie avoided any bad buzz.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) The Nun
2) Crazy Rich Asians
3) Peppermint 
4) The Meg  
5) Searching
6) Mission: Impossible - Fallout 
7) Christopher Robin
8) Operation Finale
9) Alpha
10) BlacKkKlansman
$53.5 million
$13.6 million
$13.3 million
$6 million
$4.5 million
$3.8 million
$3.2 million
$3 million
$2.5 million
$1.6 million
$53.5 million
$136.2 million
$13.3 million
$131.6 million
$14.3 million
$212 million
$91.7 million
$14.1 million
$32.5 million
$43.5 million
$22 million
$30 million
$25 million
$130 million
n/a
$178 million
$75 million
$24 million
$51 million
$15 million





Thursday, September 6, 2018

The Nun vs Peppermint

A couple new movies hit theaters this September weekend.

The Nun
Hit Factor: This Conjuring franchise/spinoff is a cash cow.
Flop Factor: Is this the second spinoff of The Conjuring franchise?



Peppermint
Hit Factor: Jennifer Garner back to her Alias days.
Flop Factor: Buzz seems a bit low for this action/thriller.




My Predictions:

Movie
The Nun
Crazy Rich Asians
Peppermint
The Meg
Mission: Impossible 6
Weekend Gross (millions)
$35
$17
$12
$6
$4



Sunday, September 2, 2018

Crazy Rich Asians Easily Tops Labor Day weekend with $22.2 million

For the third weekend in a row, Crazy Rich Asians easily dominated the box office with $22.2 million (only a 10% drop from last weekend).  It has a domestic total of $111 million which makes it the highest grossing Rom-Com in quite some time (the Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds movie The Proposal made $164 million domestically back in 2009, peak Rom-Com days).

As for the newcomers, this weekend. It was rather lackluster as Operation Finale lead the pack in 4th place with $6 million, and the indie hit Searching did well in 5th with $5.7 million.

In other news, Tom Cruise's flick Mission: Impossible - Fallout dominated the overseas market with $89 million as it took in $77 million from China.  It has a foreign total of $342.3 million and $462 million worldwide.

Ant-Man and the Wasp's foreign total climbs to $381.4 million for a worldwide total of $594.9 million. This surpasses the first Ant-Man's worldwide take of $519.3 million.

Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Crazy Rich Asians
2) The Meg
3) Mission: Impossible - Fallout 
4) Operation Finale  
5) Searching
6) Christopher Robin
7) Alpha
8) The Happytime Murders
9) BlacKkKlansman
10) Mile 22
$22.2 million
$10.5 million
$7 million
$6 million
$5.7 million
$5 million
$4.5 million
$4.4 million
$4.1 million
$3.6 million
$111 million
$120.5 million
$204.4 million
$7.7 million
$6.2 million
$85 million
$27.4 million
$17 million
$38.3 million
$31.8 million
$30 million
$130 million
$178 million
$24 million
n/a
$75 million
$51 million
$40 million
$15 million
$50 million





Thursday, August 30, 2018

Operation Finale vs Kin vs Searching vs Crazy Rich Asians

Crazy Rich Asians may hold on to the top spot for the third weekend in a row.

Operation Finale
Hit Factor: Slow weekend at the box office.
Flop Factor: It's a slow weekend at the box office.


Kin
Hit Factor: The widest of new releases this weekend.
Flop Factor: The reviews aren't very good.



Searching
Hit Factor: Positive reviews (94% Tomatometer)
Flop Factor: Very niche Sundance crowd target audience.




My Predictions:

Movie
Crazy Rich Asians
The Meg
Operation Finale
Searching
Mission: Impossible 6
Weekend Gross (millions)
$18
$8
$6
$6
$5

Sunday, August 26, 2018

Crazy Rich Asians Hold on to Box Office with $25 million.

Crazy Rich Asians easily held on to the top spot at the box office this weekend with $25 million.  Down less than 6% from last weekend, it is one of the strongest holds for a film debuting in the top spot this year. Crazy Rich Asians has so far grossed, $77 million domestically.  It's just starting to rolling out overseas.

As for the newcomers, The Happytime Murders and A.X.L., well, they made $10 million and $2.4 million respectively. Which isn't good. The laters film studio, Global Road, may go out of business.

Overseas, Ant-Man and the Wasp, put up some big numbers ($71.2 million) as it debuted in China ($68 million). It now has a global haul of $544 million, besting the first Ant-Man's $519 million.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Crazy Rich Asians
2) The Meg
3) The Happytime Murders
4) Mission: Impossible - Fallout  
5) Christopher Robin
6) Mile 22
7) Alpha
8) BlacKkKlansman
9) A.X.L.
10) Slender Man
$25 million
$13 million
$10 million
$8 million
$6.3 million
$6 million
$5.6 million
$5.3 million
$2.9 million
$2.8 million
$76.8 million
$105.3 million
$10 million
$193.9 million
$77 million
$25.2 million
$20.2 million
$32 million
$2.9 million
$25.4 million
$30 million
$130 million
$40 million
$178 million
$75 million
$50 million
$51 million
$15 million
$10 million
$10 million





Thursday, August 23, 2018

Happytime Murders vs Crazy Rich Asians vs The Meg

Only one movie opens in wide release this late August weekend.

The Happytime Murders
Hit Factor: "R" rated puppet movie?
Flop Factor: have you seen the trailer?



My Predictions:

Movie
Crazy Rich Asians
The Meg
Happytime Murders
Mile 22
Mission: Impossible 6 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$20
$15
$10
$8
$7

Sunday, August 19, 2018

Crazy Rich Asians Top Box Office with $25.2 million

The Rom-Com Crazy Rich Asians ($25.2 million) edged out The Meg ($21.2 million) for the top spot at the box office this weekend.  This is the first Romantic Comedy since 2015's Trainwreck to debut to over $20 million (if you noticed, the Rom-Com genre has been fading away the past few years).

As for the other newcomers, Mark Wahlberg's Mile 22, and the coming-of-age journey pic, Alpha, both underperformed with $13.6 million and $10.5 million for 3rd place and 5th place.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Crazy Rich Asians
2) The Meg
3) Mile 22
4) Mission: Impossible - Fallout  
5) Alpha
6) Christopher Robin  
7) BlacKkKlansman
8) Slender Man
9) Hotel Transylvania 3
10) Mamma Mia 2
$25.2 million
$21.2 million
$13.6 million
$10.5 million
$10.5 million
$8.8 million
$7 million
$5 million
$3.7 million
$3.4 million
$34 million
$83.8 million
$13.6 million
$180.7 million
$10.5 million
$66.9 million
$23 million
$20.7 million
$153.9 million
$111.2 million
$30 million
$130 million
$35 million
$178 million
$51 million
$75 million
$15 million
$10 million
$80 million
$75 million




Thursday, August 16, 2018

Crazy Rich Asians vs Alpha vs Mile 22 vs The Meg

A few new movies open this August weekend.

Crazy Rich Asians
Hit Factor: Positive reviews (94% Tomatometer)
Flop Factor: Summer box office is starting to slow down.


Alpha
Hit Factor: Reminds me of White Fang.
Flop Factor: I don't necessarily know what the target audience is for this film.


Mile 22
Hit Factor: Mark Walhberg.
Flop Factor: an action/thriller released in late mid to late August... hrm...




My Predictions:

Movie
Crazy Rich Asians
The Meg
Mile 22
Mission: Impossible 6
Alpha
Weekend Gross (millions)
$25
$23
$16
$14
$9

Sunday, August 12, 2018

The Meg Chomps Down $44.5 million in it's Debut

The megalodon shark tale, The Meg, exceeded expectations this weekend by taking in a huge chunk of the box office ($44.5 million).  It also took in another huge $96.8 million overseas for an early worldwide total of $141.3 million.

Mission: Impossible - Fallout is still holding strong as it fell to 2nd with $20 million for a $162 million domestic total. It raked in $38.4 million overseas for a worldwide total of $427.6 million.

Other new comers, Slender Man ($11.3 million) and BlacKkKlansman ($10.8 million) did somewhat well this weekend though only the later has good reviews.

Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) The Meg
2) Mission: Impossible - Fallout 
3) Christopher Robin
4) Slender Man
5) BlacKkKlansman
6) The Spy Who Dumped Me  
7) Mamma Mia 2
8) The Equalizer 2
9) Hotel Transylvania 3
10) Ant-Man and the Wasp 
$44.5 million
$20 million
$12.4 million
$11.3 million
$10.8 million
$6.6 million
$5.8 million
$5.5 million
$5.1 million
$4.1 million
$44.5 million
$162 million
$50 million
$11.3 million
$10.8 million
$24.6 million
$103.8 million
$89.7 million
$146.9 million
$203.5 million
$130 million
$178 million
$70 million
$10 million
$15 million
$40 million
$75 million
$62 million
$80 million
$195 million




Thursday, August 9, 2018

The Meg vs Dog Days vs Slender Man vs BlacKkKlansman

A few new movies hit theaters this August weekend.

The Meg
Hit Factor: This film knows exactly what it is.
Flop Factor: Will it be terribly good or terribly bad?

Dog Days
Hit Factor: A movie about man's best friend.
Flop Factor: A low key Summer movie.

Slender Man
Hit Factor: An internet created character... that could turn into a scary, good time.
Flop Factor: Well, the studio's not to confident in the film, since there isn't much advertising for it.

BlacKkKlansman
Hit Factor: Positive reviews (96% Tomatometer)
Flop Factor: Opening in less theaters than those movie above.


My Predictions:

Movie
Mission: Impossible 6
The Meg
Christopher Robin
Slender Man
Dog Days
Weekend Gross (millions)
$25
$24
$15
$10
$8

Sunday, August 5, 2018

Mission: Impossible Fallout Holds on to Top Spot with $35 million

The Tom Cruise action pic, Mission: Impossible - Fallout, easily held on to the top spot this weekend with $35 million... bringing it's domestic total to $124.5 million.  Overseas, it took in a big $76 million... bringing it's overseas total to $205 million. Fallout's early worldwide total stands at $329.5 million.

This weekend's new releases Christopher Robin ($25 million) and The Spy Who Dumped Me ($12.4 million) came in 2nd and 3rd. Both films have come in somewhat under expectations.

In other news, Incredibles 2 crossed the $1 billion mark this past week. It's worldwide total now stands at $1.047 billion.

And... in other news, Black Panther passed $700 million mark domestically to become only the third move to do so behind The Force Awakens ($936.7 million) and Avatar ($760.5 million).


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Mission: Impossible - Fallout
2) Christopher Robin
3) The Spy Who Dumped Me 
4) Mamma Mia 2
5) The Equalizer 2
6) Hotel Transylvania 3  
7) Ant-Man and the Wasp 
8) The Darkest Minds
9) Incredibles 2
10) Teen Titans Go!
$35 million
$25 million
$12.4 million
$9.1 million
$8.8 million
$8.2 million
$6.2 million
$5.8 million
$5 million
$4.9 million
$124.5 million
$25 million
$12.4 million
$91.4 million
$79.9 million
$136.5 million
$195.5 million
$5.8 million
$583.1 million
$20.8 million
$178 million
$75 million
$40 million
$75 million
$62 million
$80 million
$195 million
$34 million
$200 million
$10 million




Thursday, August 2, 2018

Christopher Robin vs Darkest Minds vs The Spy Who Dumped Me

A few new movies hit theaters this August weekend.

Christopher Robin
Hit Factor: Interesting take on the creation of Winnie the Pooh.
Flop Factor: Is it a fantasy film? Is it a drama? Is it a family film? Probably all of the above.


The Spy Who Dumped Me
Hit Factor: Has some funny moments in the trailer.
Flop Factor: Unaware this was coming out this weekend.



The Darkest Minds
Hit Factor: From the producers of Stranger Things and Arrival.
Flop Factor: Not even aware this movie existed til now.




My Predictions:

Movie
Mission: Impossible 6
Christopher Robin
Spy Who Dumped Me
Mamma Mia 2
Equalizer 2
Weekend Gross (millions)
$40
$32
$18
$10
$8