Predicting the Movie Hits and Bombs of 2019

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Vidiot, Dec 17, 2018.

  1. AirJordanFan93

    AirJordanFan93 Forum Resident

    Cats is going to be in the same vein as things like Rocky Horror or The Room where people go to those midnight screenings and it just turns into a huge event where people dress up and end up reciting quotes and singing the songs during the screening.
     
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  2. SandAndGlass

    SandAndGlass Twilight Forum Resident

    I can see that. We did the cat costume thing with a friend one Halloween party, Munkustrap and Victoria.
     
  3. Deuce66

    Deuce66 Forum Resident

    Cats opening weekend of $6.5 million!!!! this will be gone out of theatres in record time for a $100 million + movie.
     
  4. PhilBorder

    PhilBorder Forum Resident

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    to me, Cats trailer was literally more disturbing and creepy than most horror films. What were they thinking?
     
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  5. Deuce66

    Deuce66 Forum Resident

    The top 25 box office for 2019 as of Dec 29. A few movies are still active, Star Wars will be the 9th film joining the billion $ club (a new record). I heard a stat that Disney's market share of the domestic market for this year was close to 40% !!!!


    1- Avengers: Endgame $2,797,800,564
    2- The Lion King $1,656,821,650
    3- Frozen II $1,220,078,738
    4- Spider-Man: Far from Home $1,131,927,996
    5- Captain Marvel $1,128,274,794

    6- Toy Story 4 $1,073,394,593
    7- Joker $1,062,994,002
    8- Aladdin $1,050,693,953
    9- Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw $758,910,100
    10- Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker $725,513,384

    11- Ne Zha $700,547,754
    12- The Wandering Earth $699,760,773
    13- How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World $520,999,505
    14- Maleficent: Mistress of Evil $490,372,862
    15- It Chapter Two $472,093,228

    16- Jumanji: The Next Level $471,466,805
    17- My People, My Country $434,250,865
    18- Pokémon Detective Pikachu $431,705,346
    19- The Secret Life of Pets 2 $429,434,163
    20- The Captain $410,975,251

    21- Alita: Battle Angel $404,852,543
    22- Godzilla: King of the Monsters $385,900,138
    23- Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood $372,353,736
    24- Shazam! $364,571,656
    25- Dumbo $353,284,621
     
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  6. Deuce66

    Deuce66 Forum Resident

    Top 25 All-Time Worldwide (not adjusted for inflation)


    1- Avengers: Endgame $2,797,800,564 (2019)
    2- Avatar $2,789,958,507 (2009)
    3- Titanic $2,187,463,944 (1997)
    4- Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens $2,068,223,624 (2015)
    5- Avengers: Infinity War $2,048,359,754 (2018)

    6- Jurassic World $1,670,400,637 (2015)
    7- The Lion King $1,656,821,650 (2019)
    8- The Avengers $1,518,812,988 (2012)
    9- Furious Seven $1,515,047,671 (2015)
    10- Avengers: Age of Ultron $1,402,805,868 (2015)

    11- Black Panther $1,346,913,161 (2018)
    12- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 $1,341,932,398 (2011)
    13- Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi $1,332,539,889 (2017)
    14- Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom $1,308,467,944 (2018)
    15- Frozen $1,274,219,009 (2013)

    16- Beauty and the Beast $1,263,521,126 (2017)
    17- Incredibles 2 $1,242,805,359 (2018)
    18- The Fate of the Furious $1,236,005,118 (2017)
    19- Frozen II $1,220,078,738 (2019)
    20- Iron Man III $1,214,811,252 (2013)

    21- Minions $1,159,398,397 (2015)
    22- Captain America: Civil War $1,153,296,293 (2016)
    23- Aquaman $1,148,161,807 (2018)
    24- Spider-Man: Far from Home $1,131,927,996 (2019)
    25- Captain Marvel $1,128,274,794 (2019)
     
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  7. noname74

    noname74 Openly Canadian

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    Jumanji has already made almost half a billion? Wow.
     
  8. Deuce66

    Deuce66 Forum Resident

    I don't think it will catch Welcome to the Jungle $962.1M but still respectable enough.
     
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  9. NickCarraway

    NickCarraway Forum Resident

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    And therefore - no offense - meaningless. For example, Bonnie And Clyde came out in 1967 when a stamp was 6 cents, gas was .33 a gallon, the minimum wage was $1.40 and the dollar was pegged to gold at $35 an ounce. Extrapolate B&C's $70 million box office based on today's price for stamps (.55) and gold ($1528) and it comes in at between $641 million and $3 billion.
     
  10. Deuce66

    Deuce66 Forum Resident

    You're correct that trying to compare the movie industry of today versus 50 years ago is almost impossible due to a variety of factors.

    -Variability of ticket prices / available formats
    -Inflation
    -Changes in the marketplace
    -# of theatres
    -expansion of international markets
    -exchange rates
    -incomplete data sets

    and probably a few others that I'm missing.

    I think for the purposes of measuring the most successful movies of the last 20 years the current list is reasonably accurate.

    IMDB has a list (estimate) for All-Time Worldwide adjusted

    Highest Grossing Blockbusters of All Time Adjusted for Inflation - IMDb

    1- Gone with the Wind
    2- Titanic
    3- Avatar
    4- Star Wars (1977)
    5- Avengers: Endgame
    6-The Sound of Music
    7- E.T.
    8- The Ten Commandments
    9- Doctor Zhivago
    10- Star Wars - The Force Awakens

    and so on....
     
  11. budwhite

    budwhite Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.

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    Don't you americans have a list of how many tickets sold? Box office is totally meaningless if it's not within the same year.
     
  12. Deuce66

    Deuce66 Forum Resident

    Official number of tickets sold is not released by the studios to the public, dollars only as far as I know.
     
  13. budwhite

    budwhite Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.

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    Ok, it's the other way over here. We don't have box office numbers.
     
  14. Vidiot

    Vidiot Now in 4K HDR! Thread Starter

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  15. sunspot42

    sunspot42 Forum Resident

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    Meaningless number if it's not inflation adjusted.
     
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  16. Deuce66

    Deuce66 Forum Resident

    According to the IMDB adjusted for inflation list it's Star Wars in 4th place, Force Awakens in 10th.
     
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  18. Vidiot

    Vidiot Now in 4K HDR! Thread Starter

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