Saturday morning update: Refresh charts and more analysis. Paramount tracking now Top Gun: Maverick Sold for $150 million in 4 days, which still makes it the third-best debut after a commemorative debut, and the best stateside debut ever Tom Cruise, directed by Joseph Kosinski.On a 3-day basis, this is Jerry Bruckheimer’s successor Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest ($135.6 million).
Paramount called Friday for $51.8 million. If you cancel the $19.3 million preview, you actually made $32.5 million on Friday. The Melrose lot is expected to see a price increase of $37.5 million (+15%) on Saturday.$123M in three days; still second best after Paramount Iron Man 2of $128.1 million.
What do the audience think? They gave it a rare A+ CinemaScore, up from the first A in 1986. Sequels to traditional films are still valid, even though they’re 36 years old, and audiences have been hoping to see further aerial adventures from Pitt “The Maverick” Captain Mitchell.
Friday night update: Top Gun: Maverick Going on this Friday night time $51 million Opening Day (including $19.3 million preview).It’s not shocking to wake up Saturday morning to see the sequel is over Iron Man 2 ($51.2 million) became Paramount’s highest opening day ever.The sequel already has Tom Cruise’s best opening day in the US/Canada Mission: Impossible – FalloutThe first day of $22.8 million increased 124%.
Paramount is three days now—sky dance The co-financed film is $120 millionis still Paramount’s second best after Iron Man 2of $128.1 million.four days now $146.2 millionwhich is arguably the third best opening of Memorial Day after Disney in 2007 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End ($153 million) and Paramount 2008 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull ($151.95 million, Thursday through Monday).Earlier today, we incorrectly reported Top Gun 2 When we leave, destined to set records for Memorial Day Box Office Mojo Illustrations.Turns out Mojo was used to exit Thursday night’s preview; so at the end of the world Net income of $139.8 million was completed in 4 days, but Thursday’s preview was $13.2 million and the Memorial Day frame opened at $153 million. at the same time, Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull Opened Thursday, May 22, 2008 at $25 million.If there are any Memorial Day records will be cleared top gun 2, It needs to clear $153 million. No one has seen this yet, which doesn’t mean it’s impossible. On preview night, we heard that Cruise’s latest creation is doing well across the country, including Salt Lake City, Denver, Orlando, San Francisco, and the list goes on. Not just big cities, but flyover states as well.
Here’s what the top 5 charts look like; based on industry estimates:
1.) Top Gun: Maverick (Par) 4,735 theaters $51 million3 days $120 million4 days $146.2 million/week 1
2.) Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (Dis) 3,805 theaters (-729), Friday $4.4 million (-48%), 3 days $17 million (-47%), 4 days $21.8 millionall $376.1 million/ week 4
3.) bob’s burger movie (20th/Dis) 3,425 theaters, Friday $5.5 million3 days $14.7 million4 days $18.1 million/week 1
4.) Downton Abbey: A New Era (Foc) 3,830 theaters (+10), Friday $1.7 million (-77%), 3 days $6 million (-63%), 4 days $7.7 millionall $30.2 million/week 2
5.) bad guy (Uni) 2944 theaters (-761), Friday $1.2 million (-18%), 3 days $4.8 million (-22%), 4 days $6.4 millionall $83.1 million/week 6
Friday noon update: Corrected It looks like the second best opening of Joseph Kosinski’s Memorial Day weekend Top Gun: Maverick Expected to earn $142.4 million in four days, which would place it third behind Disney Pirates of the Caribbean: At the End of the World, which did
$139.8 million $153 million for 4 days (previous numbers recorded by Box Office Mojo exclude 4 days of preview) and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull $151.95M (technically, that’s the 5-day opening since Thursday’s movie, but we’ve been pushing Thursday’s previews toward Friday’s numbers). Friday’s Tom Cruise sequel looks like $50 million, with an estimated $117 million for 3 days.that would make Top Gun: Maverick Second-biggest opener after Paramount Iron Man 2 According to Mojo, the photo debuted in 2010 for $128.1 million and was ahead of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull ($100.1 million in 2008). Top Gun 2 It is also the second largest opening day after Paramount Films. Iron Man 2of $51.1 million.
Look, even if those numbers are reduced, it’s out of reach — Mr. Cruise, no pun intended — it’s the biggest opening yet for the nearly 60-year-old three-time Oscar-nominated blockbuster star. Look, industry? Some studios have kept movies during the pandemic until movie theaters reopen, and that certainly paid off.
when Ask at the Cannes Masterclass On whether the Skydance co-financed film would have an option to stream directly, Cruise said, “No, that’s never going to happen,” to a round of applause. “That will never happen.”
Friday morning update: After 36 years of waiting, Tom Cruise sequel Top Gun: Maverick finally took off to a huge $19.3 million Get a preview at Thursday’s 3 p.m. showtime and a one-time fan event Tuesday at 7 p.m.
It’s the highest-grossing trailer in Paramount Pictures history, the highest-grossing trailer in Memorial Calendar history, and certainly Cruise’s best.Early forecasts heading into the weekend were $80 million to $100 million over four days, and a high-octane start like this could easily push Top Gun: Maverick Best Memorial Day weekend opening ever, surpassing 2007’s $153 million four-day total (including previews) Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End. Notice Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Opening Thursday, it grossed $25 million on its first day (including a $4.2 million midnight show).
no doubt Top Gun: Maverick Also looking to make the best start to Cruise’s career, easily getting out of his three days in 2005 world war, That’s $64.8 million.
everything is normal Top Gun 2Favorites: It’s the widest release ever in 4,735 theaters, and received 5 out of 5 stars on ComScore/Screen Engine’s PostTrak, with a 96% positive review and a huge 84% positive recommendation. PLF (31%) and Imax (21%) together accounted for 52% of preview ticket sales. The preview for Imax alone reached $4.1 million, the best ever for an exhibitor with Paramount titles, Cruise films and Imax’s all-time top 10.
juice money Top Gun 2 After a month of world premieres, Rotten Tomatoes has a 97% certified fresh score and currently has a staggering 99% audience rating on RT.
Paramount’s previous big preview was in 2009 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen $16 million on Tuesday and $62 million on Wednesday (preview is 25% of that figure).The Best Thursday Previews for Movies Showing on Memorial Day Weekend Actually Belong to Disney Star Wars: A Separate Story It saw $14.1 million, but only 40% of its first Friday of $35.3 million. That movie was criticized by fans but led to a $103 million four-day holiday opening.
Previews of the Paramount/Skydance special kick off Thursday at 3 p.m. Plus, there’s a Top Gun Tuesday with premium large format, Imax and Dolby screens kicking off at 7pm with just one screening. We heard that most of the preview cash for the sequel was made on Thursday.
Top Gun: Maverick Blown away Cruise’s preview record last Thursday, it was 2018 Mission: Impossible – Fallout, Made $6 million.
Top Gun: Maverick Means something extra for the exhibition and the studio as a whole: apart from the older people who attend, Cruise always attracts (fall out attracting 41 percent of men over 25), and hopefully the sequel will be widely available, from Cruise fans under 25 to female Cruise fans who hung his posters in bedrooms and lockers in the 1980s. On Thursday night, the unweighted turnout was 57 percent for men and 43 percent for women. fall outThursday night’s opening day was 26 percent of its $22.8 million, and it made another $61.2 million after that.
Elsewhere Thursday Night, 20th Century Studios/Disney bob’s burger movie saw $1.5 million The 5 p.m. preview of the show has an 86 percent freshness rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a current audience rating of 96 percent. A four-day $10 million to $14 million launch is expected at 3,425 locations in the U.S. and Canada. next to other previews, sing 2 made $1.6 million on Tuesday’s early show, Encanto made $1.5 million in Tuesday’s preview — all in 2021 — and bad guy Made $1.2 million the Thursday night before opening Friday last month.
In Thursday’s regular ranked movies, Disney/Marvel Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Grossed $2.4 million at 4,534 theaters, down 14 percent from Wednesday, and grossed $354.4 million for the third straight week.
focus function’ Downton Abbey: A New Era It came in second with $1.3 million, down 11 percent from Wednesday, and earned $22.6 million at 3,820 locations in its first week.
Universal/DreamWorks Animation bad guy It was third with $576,000, up 1%, at 3,705 venues and five consecutive weeks totaling $76.7 million.
A24’s everything everywhere Bookings were 1,576, ninth Thursday was $426,000, -16%, and running revenue was $54.3 million.
Paramount Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Attracted about $330,000, -4%, at $2,943 for a seven-week running total of $182.6 million.