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Box office Rundown 1/27/2020

By Paul Anthony

Welcome to another week of seeing where the box office went this week. Now we know Bad Boys For Life would take number 1 at the box office in it’s second week without a problem. If you predicted that then you would be right. Now last week I predicted Dolittle to start to fall after it’s debut at number 3 well the good news that id didn’t job in position because in it’s second week it came in as number 3 just 3 million behind the war movie 1917. This past week we had two new movies that jumped in the race and the one was called The Gentlemen which I figured to come in at number 2 turns out it couldn’t beat Dolittle and came in at number 4. Another opening film The Turning came in at number 6. I had it coming in at number 3. Now we do have two new films coming into play this week as  and those films are Gretel and Hansel and The Rhythm Section. With A week box office week I predict a few changes but nonetheless I believe bad Boys will take the number 1 spot again but Let’s look at the current top ten and my predictions for the next week!

  1. Bad Boys For Life, 34 million
  2. 1917, 15.800 million
  3. Dolittle, 12.500 million
  4. The Gentlemen, 11.030 million
  5. Jumanji: The next Level, 7.900 million
  6. The Turning, 7.300 million
  7. Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker, 5.173 million
  8. Little Women, 4.700 million
  9. Just Mercy, 4.055 million
  10. 10.Knives Out, 3.650 million.

Now Here are my predictions

  1. Bad Boys For Life
  2. 1917
  3. Gretel and Hansel
  4. Dolittle
  5. Jumanji: The Next Level
  6. Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker
  7. The Turning
  8. Just Mercy
  9. The Rhythm Section
  10. Knives Out

Box office Rundown 12/30/19

By Paul Anthony

welcome to the final edition of Box Office rundown for the year of 2019 and we are just days away from kicking off a new year in film but how did this weekend stack up. For Starters, Star Wars: Rise Of Skywalker remains in the number 1 spot. Uncut gems got the biggest jump when it got a wide release, it went from 15th to 7th and the biggest loser is Cats which to my shock remains in the top ten but dropped from 4th to 8th, so without wasting time let’s look at our current top ten.

  1. Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker, 72 million
  2.  Jumanji: The next level, 35.300 million
  3.  Little Women, 16.525 million
  4.  Frozen 2, 15.500 million
  5.  Spies in Disguise, 13.200 million
  6.  Knives out , 9.725 million
  7.  Uncut Gems, 9.552 million
  8.  Cats, 4.830 million
  9.  Bombshell, 4.7 million
  10.  Richard Jewell, 3.010

Well for the first weekend of the year we only have 1 wide release and that is the Grudge, which should help it make some money but I don’t see it becoming the number 1 film in it’s run. Here are my predictions!

  1. Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker
  2. Jumanji: The Next Level
  3. Frozen 2
  4.  The Grudge
  5. Spies in Disguise
  6. Little Women
  7.  Uncut gems
  8.  Knives Out
  9.  Bombshell
  10.  Richard Jewell

Box office Rundown! 12/23/19

By Paul Anthony

Welcome to this week’s edition and I am super excited to give out the numbers and the reason why is because it is Star Wars week, yes that is right the release of episode 9 A.K.A Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker which as predicted debuted at number 1 which was a no brainer but we had another wide release in the movie called Cats that just looked horrible. Cats had a 95 million dollar budget and opening weekend in the states where it made just a little over 6 million and just think it will only get worse and it forced the studio to do reshoots while the film is in it’s opening week. Now I am predicting it to fall to number 10 next week and it even do worse then that. Here are the numbers for the current top 10 domestic movies.

  1. Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker, 175.500 million
  2.  Jumanji: The next Level, 26.126 million
  3.  Frozen 2, 12.3 million
  4.  Cats, 6.5 million
  5.  Knives Out, 6.125 million
  6.  Bombshell, 5.075 million
  7.  Richard Jewell, 2.565 million
  8.  Queen and Slim, 1.850 million
  9.  Black Christmas, 1.800 million
  10.  Ford V Ferrari, 1.800 million

Now the biggest winning in the sense of moving up spots goes to Bombshell which was at number 19 and moved to number 6. The Biggest losers dropped each four spots and that was Black Christmas and Ford V Ferrari. Now we have 4 shows coming this weekend, none that I think will take the number 1 spot. We have Uncut Gems, Little Women, Spies in Disguise and I don’t know why but 4 episodes of friends titled Friendsgiving Day 2. So here what I am predicting for the next box office weekend!

  1. Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker
  2.  Jumanji: The next level
  3.  Frozen 2
  4.  Spies in Disguise
  5.  Uncut Gems
  6. Little Women
  7.  Knives Out
  8.  Richard Jewell
  9.  Knives Out
  10.  Cats

Box office Rundown 12/17/19

By Paul Anthony

We are now in the final few weeks of the box office year and this weekend, we have a big name entering the game and that film is Star Wars: Rise of SkyWalker. We also have Cats debuting as well which will make the box office very interesting because we literally have a little of everything in the current box office. Last week saw the debut of the third Jumanji film which came in at number 1, then we had the remake of the reboot in Black Christmas, which fell flat and then we had the Clint Eastwood film Richard Jewell which came in at number 1. Now We know Star Wars is going to come in a number one, its hard not to think it would even come in at any number but number one but lets take a look at the current top ten

  1. Jumanji: The Next Level, 59.251 million
  2. Frozen 2, 19 million
  3. Knives Out, 9.1 million
  4.  Richard Jewell, 4.680 million
  5.  Black Christmas, 4.240 million
  6.  Ford V Ferrari, 4.080 million
  7.  Queen and Slim, 3.583 million
  8.  A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, 3.276 million
  9. Dark Waters, 1.897 million
  10. 21 bridges, 1.183 million.

Now here how I predict this box office to go!

  1. Star Wars: Rise of SkyWalker
  2. Jumanji: The Next Level
  3.  Frozen 2
  4.  Knives Out
  5. Cats
  6. Richard Jewell
  7.  Ford V Ferrari
  8.  A Beautiful Day in Neighborhood
  9. 21 Bridges
  10.  Black Christmas
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