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#61 Jim

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Posted 13 November 2015 - 04:45 PM

Less.

#62 Shrublands

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Posted 13 November 2015 - 05:48 PM

Is anyone else going to stick their neck out for the single question...

 

Will it earn more or less than Skyfall?

 

Less. But not that much less. I'm expecting over $900m world wide. America on the other hand, will be significantly down.



#63 stromberg

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Posted 13 November 2015 - 08:59 PM

Less. $850 million at best, I'd say. 



#64 A Kristatos

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Posted 13 November 2015 - 09:20 PM

Less, but hopefully still at $200 million plus here in the U.S.  We should be at no worse than $125 million by the end of this weekend.



#65 Hockey Mask

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Posted 13 November 2015 - 09:34 PM

Less. Never really had a chance competing with Skyfalls 50th Anniversary/Olympics
release.

#66 Shrublands

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Posted 14 November 2015 - 01:05 PM

The Monday to Thursday gross for SP in the U.S. was $25m, the equivalent for SF was $29m, QoS got $14m.

​Deadline are now forecasting $34m to $35m for the 2nd weekend, SF got $41m, QoS got $26m. 

 

Insedentaly, The Peanuts Movie (which some were predicting would overtake Spectre and take Number 1 this weekend) is now forecast to take about $24m.



#67 Professor Pi

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Posted 14 November 2015 - 01:20 PM

If the multiplier is 2.5, it will be just under $200 million in the U.S.  They're predicting a 54% drop for the second weekend.

 

With average ticket prices about $8.25, and $70M on opening weekend, that means 8,484,848 tickets were sold.  With the US population about 320 million, that's about 2.5% of the population.  So 1 in 40 people saw SPECTRE last weekend.



#68 tdalton

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Posted 14 November 2015 - 03:27 PM

It'll be less, but that really shouldn't be viewed as a bad thing. Films shouldn't have to make a billion dollars these days to be considered "successful".

#69 Achtung74

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Posted 14 November 2015 - 05:06 PM

Less.

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Posted 15 November 2015 - 04:55 PM

SPECTRE was number one in the United States again this weekend, with $35.4 million, taking its total there to $130.7 million.

 

http://variety.com/2...sea-1201640958/


Edited by Vauxhall, 15 November 2015 - 04:56 PM.


#71 tdalton

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Posted 15 November 2015 - 05:08 PM

SPECTRE was number one in the United States again this weekend, with $35.4 million, taking its total there to $130.7 million.
 
http://variety.com/2...sea-1201640958/


This would put it roughly just north of $30 million behind the pace set by Skyfall in the United States. Interestingly, though, SPECTRE did manage to stay at #1 in its second weekend, something Skyfall was unable to do, thanks to the release of the final Twilight film, although it did climb back to #1 in its 5th week of release.

#72 SecretAgentFan

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Posted 15 November 2015 - 05:09 PM

Impressive.  Good word of mouth, I suppose.  Worldwide the 500 million mark should be approached in the near future, passing the break-even frontier.  Good news for EON.



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Posted 15 November 2015 - 05:09 PM

SPECTRE was number one in the United States again this weekend, with $35.4 million, taking its total there to $130.7 million.

 

http://variety.com/2...sea-1201640958/

Not bad, not bad.



#74 Shrublands

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Posted 15 November 2015 - 05:37 PM

Worldwide the 500 million mark should be approached in the near future,

 

Already done.

 

 

‘Spectre’ Smashing China Records With $48M Opening; Global Cume Nears $550M

 

https://deadline.com...ing-1201624239/

 

And flying in the face of U.S critics, word of mouth is being judged as strong. 

 

"Women at 77% are grading Spectre as 'excellent' or 'very good', a share that’s inching out men’s word of mouth at 71%."

 

https://deadline.com...itt-1201622151/



#75 Hockey Mask

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Posted 15 November 2015 - 06:43 PM

U.S. Box Office thru the Second Weekend
01. $304,360,277 Skyfall
02. $168,368,427 Quantum of Solace
03. $167,445,960 Casino Royale
04. $160,942,139 Die Another Day
05. $130,700,181 SPECTRE
06. $126,943,684 The World is Not Enough
07. $125,304,276 Tomorrow Never Dies
08. $106,429,941 GoldenEye
09. $ 70,308,099 Moonraker
10. $ 67,893,619 Octopussy
11. $ 63,595,658 Thunderball
12. $ 55,432,841 Never Say Never Again
13. $ 54,812,802 For Your Eyes Only
14. $ 51,185,897 The Living Daylights
15. $ 51,081,062 Goldfinger
16. $ 50,327,960 A View to a Kill
17. $ 46,838,673 The Spy Who Loved Me
18. $ 43,819,547 Diamonds Are Forever
19. $ 43,084,787 You Only Live Twice
20. $ 35,377,836 Live and Let Die
21. $ 34,667,015 License to Kill
22. $ 24,796,765 From Russia, with Love
23. $ 22,774,493 On Her Majesty's Secret Service
24. $ 20,972,000 The Man with the Golden Gun
25. $ 16,067,035 Dr. No

U.S. Box Office - ⎌Adjusted for Inflation thru the Second Weekend
01. $623,832,000 Thunderball
02. $552,942,000 Goldfinger
03. $315,602,300 Skyfall
04. $299,439,300 You Only Live Twice
05. $233,613,400 Moonraker
06. $230,050,800 Die Another Day
07. $224,439,200 Tomorrow Never Dies
08. $222,371,000 From Russia, with Love
09. $221,487,900 Diamonds Are Forever
10. $212,075,200 Casino Royale
11. $207,280,700 The World is Not Enough
12. $203,528,900 GoldenEye
13. $195,570,000 Quantum of Solace
14. $179,756,400 Octopussy
15. $175,172,400 The Spy Who Loved Me
16. $166,695,600 Live and Let Die
17. $164,438,400 For Your Eyes Only
18. $157,646,000 Dr. No
19. $146,765,000 Never Say Never Again
20. $133,760,000 On Her Majesty's Secret Service
21. $130,700,181 SPECTRE
22. $118,235,300 A View to a Kill
23. $109,179,100 The Living Daylights
24. $ 93,532,900 The Man with the Golden Gun
25. $ 72,826,900 License to Kill

Edited by 00Hockey Mask, 15 November 2015 - 10:42 PM.


#76 seawolfnyy

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Posted 15 November 2015 - 10:29 PM

At ~$544 million worldwide, I can still potentially see Spectre reaching the $1 billion mark. Though, I still expect it'll top-out between $850 and $950 million. As tdalton said, the film doesn't need to make a billion to be considered a success.



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Posted 15 November 2015 - 10:40 PM

At ~$544 million worldwide, I can still potentially see Spectre reaching the $1 billion mark. Though, I still expect it'll top-out between $850 and $950 million. As tdalton said, the film doesn't need to make a billion to be considered a success.

But don't you just know somebody will describe that as "disappointing"? :dry:



#78 tdalton

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Posted 15 November 2015 - 10:49 PM

At ~$544 million worldwide, I can still potentially see Spectre reaching the $1 billion mark. Though, I still expect it'll top-out between $850 and $950 million. As tdalton said, the film doesn't need to make a billion to be considered a success.

But don't you just know somebody will describe that as "disappointing"? :dry:


Undoubtedly, there will be those that would label $850-$950 million as disappointing. The even better bet will be that such claims would come from the American media, which house some of the most worthless "journalists" anywhere in the world.

But, given the extremely troubled production of SPECTRE, the fact that it comes right on the heels of the most successful Bond film to date, and the lack of the bonanza of free advertising that the Olympics and 50th anniversary brought to Skyfall, making that kind of money should be looked at as a huge success. Heck, even without all of the hurdles that SPECTRE had to deal with, that kind of bank should be considered a success.

#79 Dustin

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Posted 15 November 2015 - 11:04 PM

It definitely is a success commercially, lest there wouldn't be suitors queuing up to have their turn in a partnership with MGM; a contract that will be about not much else than James Bond (and perhaps a few uninteresting remakes). Bond is one of the very few franchises to earn its holders this kind of money.

No, judging by the figures SPECTRE is well on track.

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Posted 16 November 2015 - 09:13 PM

Didn't see a thread for this.  This can be a thread for keeping track of the film's box office gross.

 

Do you think SPECTRE will beat Skyfall worldwide at the box office?  As has been the case, each Bond actor's 4th film has outgrossed his 3rd (and been his highest-grossing overall), despite lesser reviews.  So far, it looks like it won't come close to the same gross in the U.S., but is breaking records in other markets such as the U.K. and China (in the latter, it made $48M opening weekend, compared with SF's lifetime gross there of $59M).

 

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#81 stromberg

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Posted 16 November 2015 - 09:40 PM

Didn't see a thread for this.

Not really and advertisement for your oculist. Threads merged  :D

 

 

SPECTRE broke the record for second weekend in Germany, which was previously held by Skyfall.



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Posted 17 November 2015 - 06:39 PM

Thanks for merging, I knew there had to be one somewhere.

 

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Posted 17 November 2015 - 06:48 PM

Thanks for merging, I knew there had to be one somewhere.
 
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Don't feel bad. At least you didn't start a thread on "unused Fleming material". :D

#84 FlemingBond

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Posted 17 November 2015 - 07:36 PM

i wouldn't say 3 years after the last one is 'right on the heels'



#85 seawolfnyy

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Posted 17 November 2015 - 08:06 PM

 

Thanks for merging, I knew there had to be one somewhere.
 
Dave


Don't feel bad. At least you didn't start a thread on "unused Fleming material". :D

 

What? You mean 18 is enough?  :P



#86 Hockey Mask

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Posted 22 November 2015 - 05:58 PM

U.S. Box Office thru Third Weekend
01. $304,360,277 Skyfall
02. $168,368,427 Quantum of Solace
03. $167,445,960 Casino Royale
04. $160,942,139 Die Another Day
05. $153,702,879 SPECTRE
06. $126,943,684 The World is Not Enough
07. $125,304,276 Tomorrow Never Dies
08. $106,429,941 GoldenEye
09. $ 70,308,099 Moonraker
10. $ 67,893,619 Octopussy
11. $ 63,595,658 Thunderball
12. $ 55,432,841 Never Say Never Again
13. $ 54,812,802 For Your Eyes Only
14. $ 51,185,897 The Living Daylights
15. $ 51,081,062 Goldfinger
16. $ 50,327,960 A View to a Kill
17. $ 46,838,673 The Spy Who Loved Me
18. $ 43,819,547 Diamonds Are Forever
19. $ 43,084,787 You Only Live Twice
20. $ 35,377,836 Live and Let Die
21. $ 34,667,015 License to Kill
22. $ 24,796,765 From Russia, with Love
23. $ 22,774,493 On Her Majesty's Secret Service
24. $ 20,972,000 The Man with the Golden Gun
25. $ 16,067,035 Dr. No

U.S. Box Office - ⎌Adjusted Inflation thru the Third Weekend
01. $623,832,000 Thunderball
02. $552,942,000 Goldfinger
03. $315,602,300 Skyfall
04. $299,439,300 You Only Live Twice
05. $233,613,400 Moonraker
06. $230,050,800 Die Another Day
07. $224,439,200 Tomorrow Never Dies
08. $222,371,000 From Russia, with Love
09. $221,487,900 Diamonds Are Forever
10. $212,075,200 Casino Royale
11. $207,280,700 The World is Not Enough
12. $203,528,900 GoldenEye
13. $195,570,000 Quantum of Solace
14. $179,756,400 Octopussy
15. $175,172,400 The Spy Who Loved Me
16. $166,695,600 Live and Let Die
17. $164,438,400 For Your Eyes Only
18. $157,646,000 Dr. No
19. $153,702,879 SPECTRE
20. $146,765,000 Never Say Never Again
21. $133,760,000 On Her Majesty's Secret Service
22. $118,235,300 A View to a Kill
23. $109,179,100 The Living Daylights
24. $ 93,532,900 The Man with the Golden Gun
25. $ 72,826,900 License to Kill

Edited by Hockey Mask, 22 November 2015 - 06:00 PM.


#87 The Dove

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Posted 23 November 2015 - 04:36 AM

Just checked in with Wikipedia.. The box office total, worldwide, for SPECTRE is now at $677.8 million!! Not too shabby at all!!

#88 tdalton

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Posted 23 November 2015 - 04:38 AM

Just checked in with Wikipedia.. The box office total, worldwide, for SPECTRE is now at $677.8 million!! Not too shabby at all!!


Sadly, there are some that will claim that such a number is a disappointment. Given that the film has only been out for a couple of weeks in the US, and with Thanksgiving coming up this next week, SPECTRE will have made a hefty sum of money when it's all said and done.

#89 The Dove

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Posted 23 November 2015 - 05:39 AM

Yea indeed, tdalton.. Even with Hunger Games just out in the theatres, I do think Bond is holding its own pretty well and will still pull in lots over this Thanksgiving week.

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Posted 23 November 2015 - 06:12 AM

Just checked in with Wikipedia.. The box office total, worldwide, for SPECTRE is now at $677.8 million!! Not too shabby at all!!

 

Great news






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