UPDATED, Monday 8:20 AM: This morning, Star Wars: The Force Awakens came in subsequent attention estimates to float right around $149M+ for a sum cume of $540.3M. A miraculous second weekend, nevertheless, dropping usually about 39% to 40%. With one some-more week to go before year’s end, all bets are on that it could finish a year between $950M and $1B. Also notable is that The Hateful Eight did finish adult holding a No. 10 spot, knocking out aspirant Creed. In fact, Quentin Tarantino’s film did so good this weekend — offered out theaters (ending a weekend with $4.6M and a 46K per screen) that distributor TWC is going wider to 1,800+ screens on Wednesday, a 30th instead of a 31st.
In a meantime, with these calculations and a softer Sunday all around, it seems that a box bureau competence tumble brief of a ancestral $300M weekend, though usually a hair. We won’t know until all estimates are in after today. Paramount’s comedy Daddy’s Home, that should move in about $38.7M, was embraced by audiences this weekend as was a Universal comedy Sisters which reason clever in a second weekend (+2% though a shade change); a film had a somewhat stronger uptick Sunday than likely ($14.2M).
Fox’s Joy was usually somewhat underneath estimates ($16.8M to $17M this AM) as was Concussion that had a somewhat softer Sunday and will come in around $10.5M instead of a $11M that Sony predicted. Fox’s family moment Alvin and a Chipmunks: The Road Chip had a somewhat stronger Sunday to move in around $12.85 to $12.9M, dropping a small 9% in a second weekend.
UPDATED, Sunday 8:38AM write-thru after Saturday 11:52PM update: Disney’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens is headed into a record books nonetheless again with a second weekend cume of between $540M and $546M after a Christmas holiday support hauls in an estimated $154M to $155M. Saturday business was adult 15% to move in about $59.5M. With a engorgement of moviegoing choices and a container of films, a Paramount/Red Granite comedy Daddy’s Home was a best of a newcomers hauling in an estimated $38M to $39M to assistance lift Christmas 2015 to what could be a ancestral weekend.
Christmas 2015 might turn a biggest box bureau weekend ever, if estimates hold. Thanks to Star Wars, this weekend should get to $300M, heading a $269.8M set behind in 2009, that is also a final time Christmas fell on a Friday. It is a initial true-three day ever to do that. Last weekend, a three-day grossed $313M though that was with a preview combined in — a $57M Disney reported for Star Wars previews on Thursday.
The Force Awakens has also crossed a $1B symbol globally in record time (see Nancy Tartaglione’s general box bureau story here). Meanwhile a materialisation has racked adult mixed annals given releasing on Dec. 18. Those embody biggest domestic and biggest Dec entrance of all time ($247.9M); biggest second weekend of all time ($153.5M); biggest Thursday preview sum ($57M); biggest Friday, opening, and singular day ($119.1M); biggest Sunday ($60.5M), Monday ($40.1M), Tuesday ($37.3M), and Christmas Day ($49.3M); tip per-theater normal for a far-reaching entrance ($59,982); biggest Imax entrance ($30.1M); and fastest film to strech $100M (1 day), $200M (2 days), $300M (5 days), $400M (8 days), and $500M (10 days).
For Star Wars, 8 of a tip 10 tip grossing spots were Imax locations, that can surveillance also 15 out of a tip 20 tip grossing screens. With holiday and repeat business, The Force Awakened on 391 Imax screens to lift a three-day sum to $19M or a per shade of $49K. It is pulling many faster than Avatar did on Imax (Star Wars got to $70M in 11 days, compared to Avatar in 30).
The Force was also with a Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg comedy Daddy’s Home which brought in around $13.1M Saturday (-16%) for a sum sum of $38M to $39M for a three-day. During Christmas, PG titles traditionally tend to do good and this was no exception.
“Daddy’s Home is a good family comedy that’s personification unequivocally good opposite all demos with an A- CinemaScore for kids,” noted Megan Colligan, Paramount’s boss of worldwide offered and distribution. “It’s also strong in Latino and African American markets.” Demographic separate is 48% womanlike vs 52% masculine and 39% underneath 25, 61% over 25. Overall CinemaScore is B+.
In a third position is Joy that should finish a weekend between around $17.5M after unconditional in another roughly $5.9M on Saturday, dropping about 14% from Christmas Day. That gives star Jennifer Lawrence dual films in a Top 10 this weekend as The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 will come in during No. 9 with a cume somewhere around $265M.
With it’s $17.5M estimate, Joy outlines David O. Russell’s No. 2 best far-reaching opening behind his American Hustle’s $19.1M. Joy perceived a same B+ CinemaScore that Hustle did.
With a $17.5M estimate, Joy outlines executive David O. Russell’s No. 2 best far-reaching opening behind his American Hustle’s $19.1M. Joy perceived a same B+ CinemaScore as Hustle.
The Universal comedy Sisters is subsequent during No. 4 and has reason on ideally in a sophomore frame. Expect a Amy Poehler, Tina Fey comedy to move in about $13.75M this weekend after carrying a good 14% strike Saturday to move in around $5.1M. If that sum binds true, it means that there will be substantially no commission dump from opening weekend (maybe -1%). Stellar.
No. 5 is Fox charcterised holdover Alvin and The Chipmunks: The Road Chip that got a good flog from families yesterday with a 42% burst for about $5.1M. It will expostulate in roughly $12.6M to $12.8M for a Christmas holiday in a second weekend out.
No. 6 is Concussion, that we watched slip a bit Saturday, was down about 11% yesterday with a take of about $3.79M. This one is experiencing opening weekend mishap with a soothing $10.8M to $11M for a three-day. The play warranted an A CinemaScore and exit surveys showed a 50-50 male/female and 38% underneath 25.
In 7th is Paramount/New Regency’s The Big Short (+1%) with a same take on Saturday as Concussion had though over 1,200 fewer screens. It should finish adult with a good $10.4M for a three-day and a cume of usually underneath $16M. Over a prolonged transport for The Big Short, Paramount’s Colligan cited the film’s A- CinemaScore as one indicator of a movie’s potential. She remarkable that executive “Adam McKay has done a formidable film with awards potential, generally with a Golden Globe nominations and a intensity for SAG Awards as well.”
Demographic separate is 48% womanlike vs 52% male, and assembly is 86% over 25 vs. 14% 25 and younger. The Big Short will enhance to 2500 theaters on Jan 8.
Point Break non-stop to No. 8 after dropping 20% from Friday and could eke out $10M. Yet another soothing opening for a Warner Bros.’ film. It brought in, by all accounts, $3.2M on Saturday.
Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight and Creed were substantially neck and neck for a No. 10 symbol on Saturday. Each film took in a too-close-to-call $4.4M to $4.5M for a three-day period. But Hateful Eight enjoyed a illusory “70MM roadshow” entrance in 100 cinemas for an normal of roughly $45K per theater. For some-more on Hateful Eight, see Brian Brooks’ specialty report.
Finally, in usually 4 theaters, Leonardo DiCaprio and his bear are approaching to have a final weekend sum of $471K for an superb per shade of $117,750, per 20th Century Fox. The Revenant grossed usually underneath $158K Saturday. Also, check out a specialty news (here). For minute analysis, continue reading after a entrance chart:
1). Star Wars: The Force Awakens (DIS), 4,134 theaters (0) / $49.3M Fri. (-58%) / $59.5M Sat. (+15%) / $47.6M Sun. (-15%) / 3-day cume: $152M – $154M+ (-38%) / Total cume: $544M – $545M / Wk 2
2). Daddy’s Home (PAR), 3,271 theaters / $15.65M Fri.* / $13.1M Saturday (-16%) / $10.5M Sun. (-20%) / 3-day cume: $38M – $39M / Wk 1
*includes $1.2M in Thursday previews
3). Joy (FOX), 2,896 theaters / $6.8M Fri. / $5.9M Sat. (-14%) / $4.7M Sun. (-20%) / 3-day cume: $17.5M / Wk 1
4). Sisters (UNI), 2,962 theaters (0) / $4.65M Fri. (-6%) / $5.1M Sat. (+14%) / $3.8M Sun. (-25%) / 3-day cume: $13.75M (-1%) / Total cume: $36.9M to $37.1M / Wk 2
5). Alvin The Chipmunks: The Road Chip (FOX), 3,705 theaters (+52) / $3.6M Fri. (-13%) / $5.1M Sat.(+42%) / $4M+ Sun. (-20%) / 3-day cume: $12.6M – $12.8M (-10% to -12%) / Total cume: $39.4M / Wk 2
6). Concussion (SONY), 2,841 theaters / $4.27M Fri. / $3.79M (-11%) Sat. / $2.8M Sun. (-25%) / 3-day cume: $10.8M to $11M / Total cume: $M / Wk 1
7). The Big Short (PAR), 1,585 theaters (+1,577 theaters) / $3.7M Fri. (+3,620%) / $3.8M Sat. (+1%) / 3-day cume: $10.4M (+2,654%) / Total cume: $15.9M / Wk 3
8). Point Break (WB), 2,910 theaters / $4.1M Fri. / $3.2M Sat. (-20%) / $2.6M Sun. (-20%) / 3-day cume: $9.8M – $10M / Wk 1
9) The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (LGF), 1,813 theaters (-840) / $1.5M Fri. / $2M Sat. (-10%) / $1.78M Sun. (-11%) / 3-day cume: $5.25M / Total cume: $264.6M / Wk 6
10). The Hateful Eight (TWC), 100 theaters / $1.9M Fri. /$1.4M Sat. (-26%) /$1.2M (-15%) / 3-day cume: $4.4M – $4.5M / Per screen: $45,366 / Wk 1
Creed (MGM/New Line/WB), 1,518 theaters (-915) / $1.5M Fri. / $1.6M Sat. (+8%) / $1.2M Sun. (-25%) / 3-day cume: $4.4M – $4.5M / Total cume: $96.1M – $96.3M+ / Wk 5
UPDATED, Saturday, 11:52 PM: Disney’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens is headed into a record books nonetheless again with a two-week take in a $545M operation after a Christmas holiday support hauls in an estimated $155M+. Saturday was adult about 19% to move in anywhere from $55M to $58M+. All holdovers had commission increases while all newcomers forsaken a bit today.
The Force was also with a Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg comedy Daddy’s Home which should move in 13.5M Saturday (-16%) for a sum sum of $38M to $40M for a three-day. During Christmas, a PG titles traditionally tend to do good and this was no exception. The rest of a cinema that were elbowing any other for position yesterday and this morning are now backing adult nose to tail.
In a third position is Joy that should finish a weekend right around $17M to $18M after unconditional in another $5.8M to $6M+. It forsaken about 13% from Friday. That gives star Jennifer Lawrence dual films in a Top 10 this weekend as The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 will come in during No. 9 with a cume somewhere around $265M.
The Universal comedy Sisters is subsequent during No. 4 and has reason on ideally in a sophomore frame. Expect a Amy Poehler, Tina Fey comedy to move in about $13.8M to $14M this weekend after carrying a good 14% strike from yesterday to move in around $5.2M to $5.5M today. If that sum binds true, it means that there will be no commission dump from final weekend. Stellar.
No. 5 is Fox charcterised holdover Alvin and The Chipmunks: The Road Chip which got a good flog from families today. It’s between 46% and 53% for about $5M. It will expostulate in roughly $12.6M to $12.8M for a Christmas holiday in a second weekend out.
Concussion, that we watched slip this morning, is down about 11% with about $3.7M to $3.9M for a soothing opening of around $11M to $11.3M. Right behind it is The Big Short (+1%) with a same take on Saturday as Concussion had though over 1,200 fewer screens. It should finish adult with a good $10.4M for a three-day and a cume of usually underneath $16M.
Point Break non-stop to No. 8 after dropping 20% from yesterday and substantially won’t even moment $10M. Yet another soothing opening for a Warner Bros.’ film. It brought in about $3.3M today.
We have adequate estimates to demeanour during dual other applicable cinema outward of a Top Ten: Quentin Tarantino’s Hateful Eight, that forsaken anywhere between 21% and 26% now to move in around $1.4M. That will give a film a $4.4M to $4.6M 3 day weekend on usually 100 screens that means a illusory $45K per screen.
Saturday, 8:15 AM Write-thru after 2:30 AM Update: Star Wars: The Force Awakens is carrying an rare impact on a box office, not usually Christmas box office this weekend, though a marketplace overall. With what is approaching to be a second weekend of anywhere between $155M and $160M, a Disney film will not usually be a fastest pretension ever to cranky $500M in a jaw-dropping 10 days (beating Jurassic World‘s 17 days to a mark), though sum sheet sales for 2015 are staid to kick 2013’s record high of $10.919B, climbing to $11B by Dec. 31.
Estimates were reduce for Star Wars final night, though this is a initial time given 2009 that Christmas fell on a Friday, so this pretension is personification really likewise to Avatar where a second weekend was as clever as a initial (see research below).
This year’s Christmas support will dissapoint final weekend’s $313M all-time sum sheet sales record (greatly padded by Force Awakens’ Thursday $57M previews) with an estimated loyal three-day record of $325M-$330M given of Episode VII. A slew of titles opposite all sectors from megaplexes to arthouses are also basking in a object of Force Awakens’ all-time record sophomore frame, with a infancy of far-reaching entries violence their projections with few B.O. casualties.
Overall, a box bureau is adult 50% over 2014. Five openers and clever performances is why, not to discuss that kids are entirely off propagandize and some-more females are in a marketplace.
Even awards contenders such as Spotlight and Brooklyn which strew a few hundred screens are posting teenager dips, while newcomers such as Weinstein Co.’s The Hateful Eight and 20th Century Fox’s The Revenant are respectively offered out shows and overperforming.
The Revenant is set to compare or post a second tip opening weekend museum normal of 2015 as it’s tracking between $125K and $130K. Steve Jobs posted $130K, while Hateful Eight’s road show is violence a weekend attention projections of $3M-$4M with a nearby $45K-$51K per venue or $4.4M to $5M during 100 sites. Quentin Tarantino’s latest has been offered out and times were combined in some venues to accommodate his rush of fans.
Let’s start with Force Awakens. Exhibition insiders are revelation Deadline that a film reminds them a lot of Avatar in regards to how it’s playing: Force Awakens is selling out and posting clever numbers in a same venues where a James Cameron played 6 years ago (despite a fact that a stream Imax, 3D and PLF landscape has swelled immensely).
Where does Episode VII end a domestic box bureau run? One non-Disney placement arch told us fearlessly tonight: $1 billion. Distrib chiefs always trust that a foe is always environment them adult to destroy in a media with vast projections, however, that cume isn’t a crazy thought.
Consider a following: Through Sunday, Force Awakens will be pacing brazen of Jurassic World‘s 10-day cume ($402.8M) by 36% and brazen of Avatar over a same duration ($212.7M) by 157% – and during those speeds, Episode VII lands good within a $800M-$1B range. Couple this with Disney carrying a building on large auditoriums for during slightest 4 weeks along with a extensive Imax run. Distrib sources told us many times during a run of American Sniper, that when repeat business propels a film’s grosses to this magnitude, a design becomes an animal unto a own.
Social stays on glow for Force Awakens with a Twitter gibberish outpacing this weekend’s new titles by 14 to 1 per RelishMix. The Star Wars social media star grew 33M given a opening now counting 727M people. Star Wars videos are being reposted during a rate of 35 to 1, good above a 10 to 1 normal for a studio far-reaching release.
The pic’s second Friday is down about 58% with about $49M on comment of a fact that a J.J. Abrams’ film had a opening day padded by those Thursday shows.
In second, Daddy’s Home, which outlines a comedy reunion of Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg following 2010’s The Other Guys, will outstrip a $35.5M opening of that film with $43M to $46M. That figure would make it Ferrell’s second-highest live movement opening behind Talladega Nights ($47M), though would put it during fourth or fifth on Wahlberg’s list of record openers.
Many placement executives had a clever clarity that this PG-13 pretension would mangle out against Star Wars, serving a appetites of comparison and younger males looking for laughs in a critical sci-fi B.O. atmosphere. CinemaScore respondents gave it a B+, that is improved than a B- Other Guys ($119.2M domestic) earned and a B that Ferrell’s final comedy, Get Hard, received ($90.4M domestic).
Paramount Red Granite news that Daddy’s Home cost an estimated $50M before PA, while iSpot.TV observes an estimated $22.3M in TV ad spend opposite a bulk of sports programming such as NFL football and NBA. And by a way, a series of studios focused their TV symbol spends on sports shows for Point Break, The Big Short and Concussion as they vied to lift guys into theaters this weekend. The demographic relapse is 52% masculine and 48% womanlike with 61% over 25. The actors were a reason that 52% of a altogether assembly came to see it, though 62% pronounced they also came given it was a comedy.
Third place belongs to 20th Century Fox’s Joy, the third dramedy partnership between heading singer Jennifer Lawrence and executive David O. Russell. The absurdist biopic about Joy Mangano, a creator of a Miracle Mop, is now estimated to lift in between $20M+, increased by a slew of Critics Choice and Golden Globe nominations. That opening would kick a $19.1M far-reaching enlargement of a duo’s previous American Hustle which legged out to $150M off a B+ CinemaScore. Joy received a same class tonight. In terms of demographic breakdown, 62% of moviegoers were womanlike and 63% of a sum assembly came to see Lawrence.
Fox sold Joy squarely on Lawrence in a one sheets, billboards and TV spots (which iSpot estimates during $15.3M) and it’s serve explanation that a singer is one of a few stars now who can still open movies. Meanwhile, a cache of femmes continue to group to see her in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 2 which looks to lift a domestic B.O. to $$264 to $266M by Sunday.
Still nearby a tip of a draft is Universal’s Sisters which could see a second weekend that’s +4% to 7% over a opening. The Tina Fey-Amy Poehler R-rated celebration audacious comedy is display itself to a be a sleeper oasis for those comparison femmes fatigued by Force Awakens. It got a surprisingly good strike final night holding in about $4.65M and is holding really good (off usually 6% from final Friday).
As some box bureau analysts predicted, there is a break of new titles around any other on a charts in slots 4 to 6:
Will Smith football drama Concussion from Sony/Village Roadshow/LStar Capital is looking during FSS between $11.4M to $13M that could be good underneath a debuts of a actor’s critical transport for Sony, read Seven Pounds ($14.85M) and Ali ($14.7M). Ali also non-stop on Christmas day 2001. These are standard numbers for Smith’s non-tentpole thespian stretches — however, operative to Concussion‘s advantage is a A CinemaScore that moviegoers awarded it tonight (better than Seven Pounds’ B+), hence a $35M film can demeanour brazen to a decent multiple. Still, it is personification softer than hoped. Ali finaled during $58M stateside while Seven Pounds ended a run breaths divided from $70M. The film is personification 51% masculine and 47% womanlike with many (74%) over 25. Also, engaging is that 59% of moviegoers went to see a theme matter with 42% observant they went to see Smith.
If matinees for Fox’s Alvin and a Chipmunks: The Road Chip aren’t trampled tremendously by Force Awakens, then a fourth Alvin film can demeanour brazen to a weekend transport of anywhere between $13M and $16M.
Meanwhile, Adam McKay’s The Big Short is violence both studio and attention five-day weekend forecasts of $11.6M (that’s a normal estimate) with a $17M-plus run. Not usually critics, though audiences adore it with an A- CinemaScore, that bodes good for a run during awards season. The financial comedy is also bringing in comparison chicks females, according to opening weekend polls interjection to a masculine hunk garb expel of Ryan Gosling, Christian Bale and Brad Pitt. Audience demo was 52% masculine and 48% womanlike with 76% observant they came for a theme matter and 36% for a actors.
Lastly, there’s Alcon’s reboot of Point Break which arrives with a $105M estimated prolongation cost before PA, and stateside FSS that ranges from $10.5M-$11.4M. Though Warner Bros. is doing a pretension for a fee, Alcon mostly financed this movement film in partnership with a Middle Kingdom’s DMG Entertainment. Males were a widespread force for a film, with 53% entrance out for a film for reasons of theme matter and 56% form of film it was.
Before any bad word of mouth from a states seeped about this remake, Alcon by a unfamiliar partners (WB has some abroad as good as Lionsgate) rolled Point Break out in 8 Asian territories where as of yesterday it has amassed $45.7M. What worked to a title’s advantage in a Asian recover is that many audiences weren’t even informed with a strange 1991 Kathryn Bigelow film, so they were means to consider a film quite on a movement merits. So, if Point Break is going to float any waves, it has to be abroad given it ain’t slicing it stateside.
Here in a states, a film is weathering a B CinemaScore and inhuman reviews of 5% rotten. During prior holiday frames, such as 2009 when Avatar reigned, it wasn’t odd to see an movement pretension as a clear second choice to a beast tentpole in a marketplace (Sherlock Holmes made $209M). But that’s not what’s going on here with Point Break, especially when it’s opening this low. Alcon, that handles PA, shelled out an estimated $27.9M in TV spots per iSpotTV, that is about a same volume of media value Disney spent for Force Awakens per a tracking firm.
As we likely a few weekends ago, In a Heart of a Sea would perform so feeble during a box office, that exhibitors would have no choice though to lift it off shade in sequence to make room for Point Break. Hence, with Point Break opening during 2,910 theaters, In a Heart of a Sea lost 2,418. The Chris Hemsworth superstar is estimated to make $1M+ during 685 playdates, down around 70% in a third sesh, for a using cume of $22.4M. Another box bureau stinker for Warner Bros.
One engaging note is that we are saying New Regency concerned with a prolongation of 3 Christmas pics: The Revenant, Alvin and The Chipmunks and The Big Short (with Plan B).
Here’s a draft with a latest weekend estimates:
1). Star Wars: The Force Awakens (DIS), 4,134 theaters (0) / $49M+ Fri. (-58%) / 3-day cume: $155M – $160M+ (-34% to -36%) / Total cume: $545M – $550M / Wk 2
2). Daddy’s Home (PAR), 3,271 theaters / $15.65M Fri.* / 3-day cume: $43M – $46M / Wk 1
*includes $1.2M in Thursday previews
3). Joy (FOX), 2,896 theaters / $6.8M Fri. / 3-day cume: $20M+ / Wk 1
4 thru 6). Alvin The Chipmunks: The Road Chip (FOX), 3,705 theaters (+52) / $3.6M Fri. (-13%) / 3-day cume: $13M – $16M+ (-15% to +6%) / Total cume: $39.7M – $43M / Wk 2
Sisters (UNI), 2,962 theaters (0) / $4.65M Fri. (-6%) / 3-day cume: $14.4M – $14.8M (+4% to 7%) / Total cume: $37.6M – $38M+ / Wk 2
Concussion (SONY), 2,841 theaters / $4.26M Fri. / 3-day cume: $11.4M – $13M / Wk 1
7/8). The Big Short (PAR), 1,585 theaters (+1,577 theaters) / $3.7M Fri. (+3,620%) / 3-day cume: $11.5M – $11.7M (+2,900%) / Total cume: $17M+ / Wk 3
Point Break (WB), 2,910 theaters / $4.1M Fri. / 3-day cume: $10.5M – $11.4M / Wk 1
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (LGF), 1,813 theaters (-840) / $1.5M Fri. (-3%) / 3-day cume: $5.5M – 6.5M (-4% to +16%) / Total cume: $264M – $266M / Wk 6
Creed (MGM/New Line/WB), 1,518 theaters (-915) / $1.5M Fri. (+13%) / 3-day cume: $5M – $6M (-2% to +10%) / Total cume: $96.6M – $97M+ / Wk 5
The Hateful Eight (TWC), 100 theaters / $1.9M Fri. / 3-day cume: $4.4M – $5M+ / Per screen: $45K-$51K / Wk 1
The Good Dinosaur (DIS), 2,134 theaters (-621) / $984K Fri. (-9%) / 3-day cume: $4.3M (0%) / Total cume: $105.9M / Wk 5
Bajirao Mastani (ERO), 304 theaters (0) / $629K Fri. (+40%) / Per screen: $7,200 / 3-day cume: $1.7M – $2.1M (+12%) / Total cume: $4.7M – $5.1M / Wk 2
The Danish Girl (FOC), 440 theaters (+359) / $484K Fri. (+216%) / 3-day cume: $1.57M – $1.69M (+187% – 208%) / Per screen: $3,650 / Total cume: $3.2M – $3.3M / Wk 5
Dilwale (UTV), 265 theaters (0) / $430K Fri. (-24%) / 3-day cume: $1.43M (-25% to 31%) / Per screen: $5,500 to $5,600 / Total cume: $4.45M / Wk 2
Spotlight (OPRD), 480 theaters (-345) / $320K Fri. (-12%) / 3-day cume: $1.1M to $1.3M (-15%) / Total cume: $25M / Wk 8
Carol (TWC), 180 theaters (+164) / $350K Fri. (+478%) / Per screen: $6,800 to $7,200 / 3-day cume: $1.17M (+404%) / Total: $2.95M / Wk 6
Brooklyn (FSL), 288 theaters (-255) / $275K Fri. (-11%) / 3-day cume: $1M (-13%) / Total cume: $18.3M / Wk 8
The Revenant (FOX), 4 theaters / $172K Fri. / 3-day cume: $490K – $520K / Per screen: $125K – $130K / Wk 1
Youth (FS) 149 theaters (+88) / $110K (+76%) / 3-day cume: $420K (+74%) / Per screen: $2,780 / Total cume: $1.07M / Wk 4
Trumbo (BST), 116 theaters (-157) / $57K Fri. (-33%) / 3-day cume: $216K (-47%) / Total cume: $6.75M / Wk 8