SATURDAY UPDATE: Although the numbers are not as large as their opening weekends, an interesting story continues at the box office over the weekend during the pandemic with New Line’s Mortal Kombat and Funimation / Aniplex’s Demon slayer bound for a photo-finish of $ 6.1 million each on his second weekend. It’s really too close to call number 1 right now.
Mortal Kombat had a slight dominance yesterday with $ 1.85 million, -80% and an 8-day amount of $ 29.7 million in 3,114 seats (+41 from last weekend). The second weekend for the photo directed by Simon McQueed will be with a steep 74%. Demon slayer I did $ 1
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Demon slayer ended its first week with $ 27.7 million while Mortal Kombat won $ 27.85 million in the first seven days. That’s what he said, I hear Demon slayer beat Mortal Kombat throughout the week on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, although the reboot of the Midway video game feature won last weekend by $ 23.3 million over $ 21.1 million for the Japanese IP.
While Demon slayer was on Imax, PLF and Dolby screens last Thursday before giving them up Mortal Kombat last weekend, the movie Funimaton / Aniplex returned those reservations for this weekend’s series.
Warner Bros. / Legendary’s Godzilla v. Kong is in third place with a $ 730,000 Friday, -38%, and the fifth weekend of $ 2.5 million, -41% from $ 90.1 million by Sunday. The picture is reserved in 2,573 cinemas (-103).
In fourth place is the genre photo of Open Road Separation directed by William Brent Bell. The film spun $ 675,000 on Friday, aimed at $ 1.6 million opening in 1751 theaters. Critics are disgusted by this 11% horror film for Rotten Tomatoes, and the audience is also not highly rated, giving it a total of 42% positive evaluation of PostTrak’s Comscore / Screen Engine and a very low 27% recommendation. Pic attracted an almost even audience of 51% men to 49% women, with the 18-34 demonstration representing 61% of ticket buyers. The diversity demonstrations were 38% Caucasian, 28% African American, 25% Spanish, and 9% Asian / Other. I hear that the best markets for the film were in the east and south central United States. Recruiting this more: Los Angeles was the best DMA in the picture, followed by New York, Dallas, San Francisco, Houston, Chicago, Phoenix and Sacramento.
Written by Nick Amadeus and Josh Brown, Separation tells of the horrific consequences of divorce: a young girl finds solace in her artist father and her deceased mother. The photo was taken in New York; produced by Bell, Jordan Yale Levin, Jordan Beckerman, Rus Posternak, Jesse Corman and Clay Pecorin. EPs are Seth Posternak, Russell Geyser, Jane Auster, James Masielo, Matt Sidari and Tom Ortenberg of Open Road.
Disney is currently in fifth place Heaven and the last dragon which has won $ 350,000 (-13%) on its ninth Friday of the weekend, which is expected to be around $ 1.46 million at 1,810 seats (-9), -16%, for a total of $ 41.7 million.
Bob Odenkirk’s action movie with a Universal rating Nobody takes 6th place with $ 360,000 on Friday (-29%) on weekend 6 for an expected 3-day period from $ 1.24 million, -29%, and a current total of $ 23.3M.
Uni also has a reissue of Edgar Wright for its tenth anniversary Scott Pilgrim against the world which is a cross-section of Dolby Cinema. They have booked this film since 2010 in 560 seats (155 from Dolby Vision screens), which made it $ 340,000 yesterday for a 3-day $ 700,000 by the end of Sunday, putting lifelong cinema at a lifetime of $ 32.3 million. The reissue, I hear, had big revenue in Los Angeles, Orlando, Phoenix and New York. The film originally had A-CinemaScore and 82% certified fresh for Rotten Tomatoes, however, with production costs of $ 60 million. The day before the global P&A and internal opening of $ 10.6M and finally internal of $ 31.5M and $ 47.7 million The star, which stars Michael Serra, Chris Evans, Bree Larson, Kieran Culkin, Anna Kendrick, Alison Peel, Aubrey Plaza, Jason Schwartzman, May Whitman and Brandon Ruth, is considered a big theater.
Far beyond the top 10 is Ben Sharrock’s limited edition Focus Features Limb in 208 theaters in 76 markets, which earned $ 31,000 on Friday, tied to $ 100,000 3 days for each screen of $ 481. The film, which has 93% certified fresh information, follows Omar, a promising young musician. Separated from his Syrian family, he is stranded on a remote Scottish island awaiting the fate of his asylum application. The title has a 21-day theatrical window.
Searchlight did not announce BO figures for the winner of the best Oscar film Nomadland,, but we hear that the film directed by Chloe Zhao is in 800 cinemas and has made about $ 90,000 yesterday for a $ 300K over the weekend, with his total current BO being around $ 3M.