Sunday, December 16, 2018

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Tops Box Office with $35.4 million

Sony's Spider-Man universe outside of the MCU is doing well as their animated Spidey flick, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse debuted to $35.4 million this weekend. Surprisingly, this is the biggest debut for an animated movie released in December.  With it's positive reviews, it should hold well into the holidays.

Second place came as somewhat of a surprise, as Clint Eastwood's The Mule, managed to bring in $17.2 million... much ahead of expectations.

The other newcomer this weekend, Mortal Engines, didn't fair so well as it came in 5th with $7.5 million.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 
2) The Mule
3) The Grinch
4) Ralph Breaks the Internet
5) Mortal Engines
6) Creed II 
7) Bohemian Rhapsody
8) Instant Family
9) FB: The Crimes of Grindelwald 
10) Green Book
$35.4 million
$17.2 million
$11.6 million
$9.6 million
$7.5 million
$5.4 million
$4.1 million
$3.7 million
$3.7 million
$2.8 million
$35.4 million
$17.2 million
$239.3 million
$154.5 million
$7.5 million
$104.9 million
$180.4 million
$60.2 million
$151.7 million
$24.7 million
$90 million
$50 million
$75 million
$175 million
$100 million
$50 million
$52 million
$48 million
$200 million
$23 million


Thursday, December 13, 2018

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse vs Mortal Engines vs The Mule vs Deadpool

A few new movies hit theaters this December weekend, and yes... Deadpool makes a cameo.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Hit Factor: Umm 99% Tomatometer... and it looks cool.
Flop Factor: Are people Spider-Manned out?



Mortal Engines
Hit Factor: Peter Jackson was probably the reason this got made.
Flop Factor: I'm not sure the target audience is big enough for a film of this budget.



The Mule
Hit Factor: Clint Eastwood has made some good films.
Flop Factor: Considering the buzz for this is a bit lackluster.



Once Upon A Deadpool
Hit Factor: Already a hit... plus you can't go wrong with Fred Savage.
Flop Factor: I don't even know why this movie addition was made.
N/A


My Predictions:

Movie
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
The Mule
Mortal Engines
Ralph Breaks the Internet
The Grinch
Weekend Gross (millions)
$40
$14
$14
$11
$10


Sunday, December 9, 2018

Weekend Box Office: Ralphs Breaks the Internet Edges Out The Grinch with $16.1 Million

The box office remained largely unchanged since last weekend, since there were no new movies in wide release. So, for the third weekend in a row, Ralph Breaks the Internet topped the box office ($16.1 million) bringing it's domestic total to $140.9 million. It also has an early worldwide total of $258.2 million.

In second place, The Grinch, is holding really well (because Holidays) with $15.2 million. It has grossed $223.5 million domestically, so far, and $322.4 million worldwide.

In other news, Aquaman debuted in China to the tune of $93.6 million. That is the biggest debut for any DCU movie in China. Aquaman opens domestically on December 21.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Ralph Breaks the Internet
2) The Grinch
3) Creed II
4) FB: The Crimes of Grindelwald
5) Bohemian Rhapsody 
6) Instant Family 
7) Green Book
8) Robin Hood
9) Possession of Hannah Grace 
10) Widows
$16.1 million
$15.2 million
$10.3 million
$6.8 million
$6 million
$5.6 million
$3.9 million
$3.6 million
$3.2 million
$3.1 million
$140.9 million
$223.5 million
$96.5 million
$145.2 million
$173.6 million
$54.2 million
$20 million
$27.3 million
$11.5 million
$38.2 million
$175 million
$75 million
$50 million
$200 million
$52 million
$48 million
$23 million
$100 million
$9.5 million
$42 million


Thursday, December 6, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet Set to Three-peat

There are actually no new movies hitting theaters in wide release this weekend, so expect a similar box office from the past two weekends. Schindler's List is getting a somewhat limited re-release.


My Predictions:

Movie
Ralph Breaks the Internet
The Grinch
Creed II
The Crimes of Grindelwald
Bohemian Rhapsody
Weekend Gross (millions)
$18
$15
$14
$7
$6


Sunday, December 2, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet Remains On Top with $25.8 million

The box office remained largely unchanged (albeit one newcomer) this post Thanksgiving weekend as Ralph Breaks the Internet easily remained at the top spot with $25.8 million. It, so far, has grossed $119.3 million domestically and has an early worldwide total of $207 million.

Since much of the box office remained unchanged, the only movie to really note here is Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, as it continued to slip with a 4th place finish ($11.2 million) for a total of $134.3 million... this is way behind the $183.1 million the first film made by this time frame.  The silver-lining for this film (if there is one) is that it's already made $385.3 million overseas for a worldwide total of $519.6 million.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Ralph Breaks the Internet
2) The Grinch
3) Creed 2
4) FB: The Crimes of Grindelwald
5) Bohemian Rhapsody 
6) Instant Family 
7) Possession of Hannah Grace 
8) Robin Hood
9) Widows
10) Green Book
$25.8 million
$17.7 million
$16.8 million
$11.2 million
$8.1 million
$7.2 million
$6.5 million
$4.7 million
$4.4 million
$3.9 million
$119.3 million
$203 million
$81.2 million
$134.3 million
$164.4 million
$45.9 million
$6.5 million
$21.7 million
$33.1 million
$14 million
$175 million
$75 million
$50 million
$200 million
$52 million
$48 million
$9.5 million
$100 million
$42 million
$23 million


Thursday, November 29, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet vs Creed 2 for Second weekend

Post Thanksgiving weekend's are usually bare, but there's actually one new movie hitting theaters in wide release.

Possesion of Hannah Grace
Hit Factor: There's no other horror film out right now.
Flop Factor: There's a reason there's no other horror film out now.




My Predictions:

Movie
Ralph Breaks the Internet
Creed II
The Grinch
The Crimes of Grindelwald
Bohemian Rhapsody
Weekend Gross (millions)
$35
$21
$17
$15
$10

Sunday, November 25, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Box Office with $55.7 million Debut

Well, the box office is actually fine, and not broken... but Ralph Breaks the Internet easily took the top spot this weekend ($55.7 million), making $84.5 million over the entire Thanksgiving weekend.

Creed II came in second with $35.3 million... this surpasses the original Creed's $29.6 million when it debuted in 2015.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald slipped to 4th ($29.7 million) behind The Grinch ($30.2 million). And newcomer, Robin Hood (reportedly cost around $100 million to make) will likely end up as a flop as it came in 7th with $9.1 million.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Ralph Breaks the Internet
2) Creed 2
3) The Grinch
4) FB: The Crimes of Grindelwald
5) Bohemian Rhapsody 
6) Instant Family 
7) Robin Hood
8) Widows
9) Green Book
10) A Star is Born
$55.7 million
$35.3 million
$30.2 million
$29.4 million
$13.9 million
$12.5 million
$9.1 million
$8 million
$5.4 million
$3 million
$84.5 million
$55.8 million
$180.4 million
$14.7 million
$152 million
$35.8 million
$14.2 million
$25.6 million
$7.8 million
$191 million
$175 million
$50 million
$75 million
$48 million
$52 million
$48 million
$100 million
$42 million
$23 million
$36 million


Thursday, November 22, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet vs Creed 2 vs Robin Hood

A bunch of movies hit theaters this busy Thanksgiving week.

Ralph Breaks the Internet
Hit Factor: Sequel to a funny first film.
Flop Factor: Crowded box office.



Creed 2
Hit Factor: Sequel to a solid film.
Flop Factor: The original director skipped this and went on to direct Black Panther.



Robin Hood
Hit Factor: Everyone's familiar with the story.
Flop Factor: Seems like it'll be forgotten like that King Arthur movie a couple years ago.




My Predictions:

Movie
Ralph Breaks the Internet
The Crimes of Grindelwald
Creed 2
The Grinch
Bohemian Rhapsody
Weekend Gross (millions)
$62
$32
$28
$26
$10

Sunday, November 18, 2018

Fantastic Beasts 2 Spells Up $62.2 million at the Box Office

The latest installment of the Fantastic Beasts franchise, The Crimes of Grindelwald easily topped the box office this weekend ($62.2 million).  It's a bit under the $74.4 million of the first film which debuted two years ago. However, overseas, that's another matter, as it raked in $191 million for an early worldwide total of $253.2 million.

The other newcomers, Instant Family ($14.7 million) and Widows ($12.3 million) debuted in 4th and 5th place.

Meanwhile, The Grinch ($38.2 million) and Bohemian Rhapsody ($15.7 million) continues to hold pretty well in their 2nd and 3rd place finish. While The Grinch is getting a slow roll out overseas, Bohemian Rhapsody has already made $256.4 million for a worldwide total of $384.3 million.

In other news, Venom continues to dominate ($51.2 million) in China as it even bested Fantastic Beasts 2's $47.5 bow.   Venom has grossed $207.1 million in China and looks to surpass the domestic counterpart.  It's worldwide total stands at $780.5 million, which puts it right ahead of Deadpool 2's $734.2 million for 2018.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) FB: The Crimes of Grindelwald
2) The Grinch 
3) Bohemian Rhapsody 
4) Instant Family 
5) Widows
6) Nutcracker and the Four Realms 
7) A Star is Born
8) Overlord
9) The Girl in the Spider's Web
10) Nobody's Fool
$62.2 million
$38.2 million
$15.7 million
$14.7 million
$12.3 million
$4.7 million
$4.4 million
$3.9 million
$2.5 million
$2.3 million
$62.2 million
$126.6 million
$127.9 million
$14.7 million
$12.3 million
$43.9 million
$185.8 million
$17.7 million
$13.3 million
$28.9 million
$200 million
$75 million
$52 million
$48 million
$42 million
$120 million
$36 million
$38 million
$43 million
$19 million


Thursday, November 15, 2018

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindlewald vs Instant Family vs Widows vs The Grinch

A few new movies hit theaters this November weekend.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
Hit Factor: The last film made $814 million.
Flop Factor: Reviews for this film have been somewhat lackluster (55% Tomatometer).



Instant Family
Hit Factor: Family comedy in time for the Holidays.
Flop Factor: Feels a lot like Daddy's Home without Will Ferrell.



Widows
Hit Factor: Great reviews (95% Tomatometer)
Flop Factor: A really busy box office.




My Predictions:

Movie
The Crimes of Grindelwald
The Grinch
Bohemian Rhapsody
Instant Family
Widows 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$70
$35
$20
$16
$14

Sunday, November 11, 2018

The Grinch Steals $66 Million at the Box Office

The animated retelling of the story of The Grinch easily topped the box office this weekend ($66 million). As for the other newcomers, Overlord ($10.1 million) and The Girl in the Spider's Web ($8 million), had less than enthusiastic debuts.

It looks like this will be a pretty strong November as sequels of Fantastic Beasts and Wreck-It Ralph debut in the next couple of weeks.

In other news, Venom opened to a massive $111 million in China, upping it's foreign total to $463.5 million and worldwide total to $673.5 million.

Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) The Grinch
2) Bohemian Rhapsody  
3) Overlord
4) Nutcracker and the Four Realms 
5) Girl in the Spider's Web
6) A Star is Born
7) Nobody's Fool
8) Venom
9) Halloween
10) The Hate U Give 
$66 million
$30.9 million
$10.1 million
$9.6 million
$8 million
$8 million
$6.5 million
$4.9 million
$3.8 million
$2.1 million
$66 million
$100 million
$10.1 million
$35.3 million
$8 million
$178 million
$24.3 million
$206.2 million
$156.8 million
$26.7 million
$75 million
$52 million
$38 million
$120 million
$43 million
$36 million
$19 million
$100 million
$10 million
$23 million


Thursday, November 8, 2018

The Grinch vs Overlord vs Girl in the Spider's Web

A few new movies hit theaters this November weekend.

The Grinch
Hit Factor: A timely Christmas themed animation.
Flop Factor: Most of us know the story and have seen the previous iterations.


Overlord
Hit Factor: Better than expected reviews (86% Tomatometer)
Flop Factor: Somewhat busy box office.



The Girl in the Spider's Web
Hit Factor: Based off the famous book series.
Flop Factor: They skipped a couple of books from the last film.




My Predictions:

Movie
The Grinch
Bohemian Rhapsody
Overlord
Girl in the Spider's Web
Nutcracker And The Four Realms 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$55
$28
$13
$12
$11

Sunday, November 4, 2018

Bohemian Rhapsody Rocks the Box Office with $50 million Debut

The Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody, came in ahead of expectations as it easily dominated the box office this weekend with $50 million. It took in $72.5 million overseas for an early global total of $141.7 million.

As for Disney's The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, it came in under expectations with $20 million for a 2nd place finish. With a reported cost of $125 million, it's going to need some serious legs to gain a profit.

And rounding out 3rd is Nobody's Fool, with $14 million.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Bohemian Rhapsody 
2) Nutcracker and the Four Realms 
3) Nobody's Fool
4) A Star is Born
5) Halloween
6) Venom
7) Smallfoot
8) Goosebumps 2
9) Hunter Killer
10) The Hate U Give 
$50 million
$20 million
$14 million
$11.1 million
$11 million
$7.9 million
$3.8 million
$3.7 million
$3.5 million
$3.4 million
$50 million
$20 million
$14 million
$165.6 million
$150.4 million
$198.7 million
$77.5 million
$43.8 million
$13 million
$23.5 million
$52 million
$125 million
$19 million
$36 million
$10 million
$100 million
$80 million
$35 million
$40 million
$23 million


Thursday, November 1, 2018

Bohemian Rhapsody vs Nutcracker and the Four Realms vs Nobody's Fool

A few new movies hit theaters this November weekend.

Bohemian Rhapsody
Hit Factor: A movie about the band Queen.
Flop Factor: Reviews have been mediocre at best (56% Tomatometer)



The Nutcracker And The Four Realms
Hit Factor: An expensive Disney take on the Nutcracker.
Flop Factor: Looks like an expensive Disney take with not a lot of buzz.



Nobody's Fool
Hit Factor: Tiffany Haddish in another R rated comedy.
Flop Factor: Director Tyler Perry doesn't really get critical acclaim.




My Predictions:

Movie
Bohemian Rhapsody
Nutcracker And The Four Realms
Nobody's Fool
Halloween
A Star Is Born
Weekend Gross (millions)
$35
$25
$15
$15
$9






Sunday, October 28, 2018

Halloween Scares Up a $32 Million Second Weekend

Despite dropping almost 60%, the Halloween sequel, Halloween, easily topped the box office ($32 million) for the second weekend in a row.  It, so far, has made $126.7 million domestically, and $45 million overseas, for an early worldwide total of $172.3 million.

The only newcomer this weekend was Hunter Killer, which has pretty much been hunted and killed at the box office as it debuted in 5th with $6.7 million.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Halloween
2) A Star is Born
3) Venom
4) Goosebumps 2
5) Hunter Killer
6) The Hate U Give
7) First Man
8) Smallfoot
9) Night School 
10) Mid90s 
$32 million
$14.1 million
$10.8 million
$7.5 million
$6.7 million
$5.1 million
$4.9 million
$4.8 million
$3.3 million
$3.0 million
$126.7 million
$148.7 million
$187.3 million
$38.4 million
$6.7 million
$18.3 million
$37.9 million
$72.6 million
$71.5 million
$3.4 million
$10 million
$36 million
$100 million
$35 million
$40 million
$23 million
$59 million
$80 million
$29 million
n/a


Thursday, October 25, 2018

Hunter Killer vs Halloween vs A Star is Born vs Venom

Only one new movie hits theaters in wide release this weekend... in other words, Halloween should remain on top.

Hunter Killer
Hit Factor: Gerard Butler...
Flop Factor: Crowded box office.  Didn't Gerard Butler's last film, Geostorm, come out around this time last year?




My Predictions:

Movie
Halloween
A Star is Born
Venom
Hunter Killer
Goosebumps 2  
Weekend Gross (millions)
$45
$14
$10
$8
$6





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