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Post Re: Germany Box-Office Thread: Dec 11-14 Actuals!
Madagascar 2 is going VERY strong and should have no troubles passing 6 million admissions here.

Vicky Cristina Barcelona is not holding as well as Match Point, but for a Wody Allen film it is doing alright.


A disappointing start for Inkheart (the book is well-known here), but I think legs will make up for that.


Quantum of Solace is really having pretty bad legs and won't reach 5 million admissions. In fact, it'll be lucky to get to 4.8 million...


Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis is still very leggy. I could see it reaching around 1.3 million admissions. Very good for a French comedy here that is not based on any known material.

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Post Re: Germany Box-Office Thread: Dec 11-14 Actuals!
So Madagascar 2 is indeed the biggest of the year; could challenge Ratatouille?

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Post Re: Germany Box-Office Thread: Dec 11-14 Actuals!
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So Madagascar 2 is indeed the biggest of the year; could challenge Ratatouille?


Likely will. It#s been #1 for five weeks here now and there's nothing else big for the kids really...It's cracking 6 million admissions and will probably top Ratatouille too, yeah.

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December 18-21, 2008


Rank - Movie - Weekend admissions - Change from Last Week - Total admissions - Week #


1. Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa - 682,780 - -26.1% - 3,602,992 - 3
2. 1 1/2 Ritter - 348,578 - NEW - 348,578 - 1
3. Inkheart - 194,882 - -9.7% - 484,499 - 2
4. The Day the Earth Stood Still - 168,242 - -45.3% - 567,590 - 2
5. Wild Child - 70,193 - NEW - 70,193 - 1
6. Quantum of Solace - 61,892 - -21.7% - 4,539,675 - 7
7. Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis - 59,706 - +16.8% - 1,038,358 - 8
8. Vicky Cristina Barcelona - 52,213 - -16.3% - 286,111 - 3
9. The Women - 42,424 - -61.6% - 183,832 - 2
10. Body of Lies - 21,670 - -21.4% - 476,254 - 5

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Rank - Movie - Weekend admissions - Change from Last Week - Total admissions - Week #


1. Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa - 498,248 - -27% - 4,450,290 - 4
2. 1 1/2 Ritter - 366,492 - +5.1% - 891,694 - 2
3. Australia - 348,152 - NEW - 348,152 - 1
4. Bedtime Stories - 328,634 - NEW - 328,634 - 1
5. Buddenbrooks - 243,434 - NEW - 243,434 - 1
6. Inkheart - 166,192 - -14.7% - 758,399 - 3
7. The Day the Earth Stood Still - 120,783 - -28.2% - 761,265 - 3
8. Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis - 74,932 - +25.5% - 1,141,837 - 9
9. Quantum of Solace - 54,933 - -11.2% - 4,624,171 - 8
10. Vicky Cristina Barcelona - 44,480 - -14.8% - 351,370 - 4

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heh, interesting thread. I'm guessing this will be busy? ;)


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Rank - Movie - Weekend admissions - Change from Last Week - Total admissions - Week #


1. Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa - 396,697 - -20.4% - 5,170,513 - 5
2. Australia - 291,221 - -16.4% - 839,386 - 2
3. 1 1/2 Ritter - 273,482 - -25.4% - 1,352,282 - 3
4. Bedtime Stories - 249,000 - -24.2% - 745,588 - 2
5. Buddenbrooks - 157,493 - -35.3% - 511,840 - 2
6. Righteous Kill - 132,867 - NEW - 132,867 - 1
7. Inkheart - 129,069 - -22.3% - 995,939 - 4
8. Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis - 81,953 - +9.4% - 1,270,407 - 10
9. The Day the Earth Stood Still - 78,410 - -35.1% - 892,748 - 4
10. Quantum of Solace - 44.840 - -18.4% - 4,700,849 - 9

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Post Re: Germany Box-Office Thread: January 1-4 and all updated
As you can see, Inkheart actually rebounded well and should be on its way to 1.4-1.5 million admissionms after a rather weak start.

Madagascar 2 rules all. It won't top the first film's total, but will get close enough. Definitely passing 6 million admissions, making it the first film to do so in a year.

Australia is pretty leggy thus far. I'm pretty sure it'll pass 2 million admissions overall, though the distributor's hope for 3 million won't be fulfilled. There was tons of advertising for it here and some hype too, I'd say. I'm not surprised atits performance.

Quantum of Solace has been holding up well during the past few weeks, so it will probably make it to 4.85 million now.

Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis is probably THE sleeper hit of 2008 in Germany. I mean it has been increasing for the past THREE WEEKS STRAIGHT! Right now I think that 1.6-1.7 million admissions is possible for it, but I wouldn't even rule out 2 million if it stays in theatres long enough.

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Current Top 25 of 2008 (admissions)


1. Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa - 5,170,513
2. Quantum of Solace - 4,700,849
3. Mamma Mia! - 4,197,423
4. Hancock - 3,846,331
5. Earth - 3,765,230
6. WALL-E - 3,173,425
7. Kung-Fu Panda - 3,152,481
8. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of Crystal Skull - 2,847,862
9. The Dark Knight - 2,806,880
10. Die Welle (The Wave) - 2,617,209
11. Sex and the City - 2,468,309
12. I Am Legend - 2,442,162
13. Der Baader-Meinhof-Komplex - 2,408,240
14. High School Musical 3: Senior Year - 2,266,209
15. PS: I Love You - 2,145,100
16. You Don't Mess with the Zohan - 1,813,179
17. National Treasure: Book of Secrets - 1,771,200
18. Horton Hears a Who! - 1,738,999
19. Die Wilden Kerle 5 - 1,727,854
20. The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor - 1,674,203
21. Asterix and Obelix at the Olympic Games - 1,574,238
22. Krabat - 1,372,771
23. 1 1/2 Ritter - 1,352,282
24. Burn After Reading - 1,324,871
25. The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian - 1,292,894


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Rank - Movie - Weekend admissions - Change from Last Week - Total admissions - Week #


1.Transporter 3 - 538,280 - NEW - 538,280 - 1
2. Seven Pounds - 340,781 - NEW - 340,781 - 1
3. Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa - 174,328 - -56.1% - 5,490,532 - 6
4. Australia - 160,982 - -44.7% - 1,111,199 - 3
5. 1 1/2 Ritter - 118,672 - -56.6% - 1,565,262 - 4
6. Bedtime Stories - 110,894 - -55.5% - 944,018 - 3
7. Buddenbrooks - 99,934 - -36.5% - 674,944 - 3
8. Inkheart - 58,601 - -54.6% - 1,109,183 - 5
9. Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis - 56,013 - -31.7% - 1,360,126 - 11
10. Die Perlmutterfarbe - 48,918 - NEW - 48,918 - 1

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Transporter 3 definitely managed a HUGE break-out! Its opening weekend admissions number is about ten times that of the first film and almost four times the opening of Transporter 2. Its opening weekend is bigger than of films like National Treasure 2, Wanted, Kung-Fu Panda, Prince Caspian, Rush Hour 3 and all The Fast and the Furious flicks here...wow!


Madagascar 2 dropped hard (and so did all other family-oriented films) because the school kicked off again. It should still be good for 6+ million admissions, though.


Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis'
run is simply incredible! Its 11th weekend is higher than its 7th. The WoM is quite through the roof too, so we can expect some more to come. Definitely looking at 1.8+ million admissions, probably even 2 million, making it THE break-out of the year in Germany (ahead of Earth, I'd say).

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Post Re: Germany Box-Office Thread: Jan 8-11 - Transporter 3 breakout
I'm really really surprised about Transporter's performance in Austria and Germany. This came out of nowhere.


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June 25-28, 2009


Rank - Movie - Weekend admissions - Change from Last Week - Total admissions - Week #


1.Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen - 815,766 (5-day) - NEW - 815,766 - 1
2. Angels & Demons - 92,848 - -32.9% - 4,223,183 - 7
3. Night at the Museum: Batle of the Smithsonian - 92,357 - -34.2% - 2,085,783 - 6
4. Hannah Montana: The Movie - 71,094 - -31.5% - 1,031,495 - 4
5. State of Play - 70,125 - -46.7% - 253,591 - 2
6. Terminator: Salvation - 44,853 - -58.1% - 1,308,312 - 4
7. Ghosts of Girlfriends Past - 41,391 - -32.2% - 645,075 - 5
8. Drag Me to Hell - 29,539 - -40.4% - 220,431 - 3
9. Alle Anderen - 20,459 - -38.7% - 66,886 - 2
10. 17 Again - 16,132 - -25.6% - 607,083 - 7

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July 2-5, 2009


Rank - Movie - Weekend admissions - Change from Last Week - Total admissions - Week #


1.Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs - 1,688,891 (5-day) - NEW - 815,766 - 1
2. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen - 260,421 - -61.1% - 1,283,897 - 2
3. Angels & Demons - 39,104 - -57.9% - 4,293,454 - 8
4. State of Play - 33,464 - -52.3% - 308,784 - 3
5. Hannah Montana: The Movie - 31,608 - -55.5% - 1,085,479 - 5
6. The Haunting on Connecticut - 26,090 - NEW - 26,090 - 1
7. Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian - 24,525 - -73.4% - 2,133,192 - 7
8. Terminator: Salvation - 16,377 - -63.5% - 1,344,234 - 5
9. Ghosts of Girlfriends Past - 15,722 - -62% - 672,743 - 6
10. Drag Me to Hell - 12,978 - -56.1% - 243,018 - 4

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Great opening for Ice Age 3 considering we had hot weather and the summer break hasn't started in all schools yet. It's the best opening for a film since Madagascar 2 and with the weather getting worse and more schools being out, it should outdo Madagascar 2's total admissions number (6,041,517). However, the opening was not nearly as strong as Ice Age 2's which managed almost 2.4 million admissions during its first four days and became the highest-grossing CG animated film ever in Germany. Ice Age 3 will duke it out with Harry Potter 6 for the top title of the year. I see both heading towards around 6.5-7 million admissions.


Transformers 2 is tracking about 200,000 admissions ahead of the first film at the same point of its run. However, legs seem to be pretty bad so that the total difference won't get much bigger either. I see a 1.7 million admissions finish or so. Not as good as I expected, but still decent.

It's pretty amazing that Angels & Demons is in the Top 3 after 8 weeks on release, but that should be mostly attributed to the pretty empty marketplace. Considering there's only one big release next week and again only one big release the weekend after, it will remain seated in the Top 10 for quite some time. On the whole, its legs were better than The Da Vinci Code's here (that one was hurt by the World Cup, though). It has a small shot at 4.5 million sitll if it manages to hang around for a while. That'd mean only about 20% less than The Da Vinci Code (which ended up with 5,638,982 admissions here). Angels & Demons is already more successful here than all of last year's films except for Quantum of Solace and Madagascar 2.


Night at the Museum 2 won't end up far off its predecessor either. It is looking at 2.25 million, the first one got 3.1 million. The drop-off is better than in the US.


Oh and despite seeming otherwise, for a horror flick Drag Me to Hell actually did pretty decently here. It's bigger than My Bloody Valentine, Froday the 13th, The Unborn and so on here...

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Post Re: Germany Box-Office Thread: July 2-5 - Ice Age 3 is HUGE
Compared to the opening of IA3 in Austria this is weeeeak :-)


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Post Re: Germany Box-Office Thread: July 2-5 - Ice Age 3 is HUGE
CHRISTMAS CAROL opened in fourth place this Thursday behind POPE JOAN (3rd week), THIS IS IT (2nd week) and COUPLES RETREAT (opening)...

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CHRISTMAS CAROL opened in fourth place this Thursday behind POPE JOAN (3rd week), THIS IS IT (2nd week) and COUPLES RETREAT (opening)...


yikes. WTF?? How can a 3d movie do so bad? I think people are getting tired of 3D.

I don't want to hear such reports for Avatar.


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Pathetic...


imagine if Avatar performs like that. :grrr: :tears:

how the fuck ACC is doing so bad?


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imagine if Avatar performs like that. :grrr: :tears:

I'd rather not.

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mark66 wrote:
CHRISTMAS CAROL opened in fourth place this Thursday behind POPE JOAN (3rd week), THIS IS IT (2nd week) and COUPLES RETREAT (opening)...


yikes. WTF?? How can a 3d movie do so bad? I think people are getting tired of 3D.

I don't want to hear such reports for Avatar.


I don't know about you by the trailers to A Christmas Carol were not very inviting. It just seems boring and off-putting in some way. The character of Scrooge is while comes to the party in the end is very negative and kids may not warm to that. Also, the trailer didn't do enough to make this something magical or adventurous like the Polar Express. It will take a while for this movie to get into stride but as this is the undisputed Christmas themed movie of the season it won't do too badly.

I don't see more than $150m Domestic and an additional $150m or so overseas.

As for Avatar, as there's more marketing for it and people generally have a positive feeling towards James Cameron and seeing as this is his first feature movie since Titanic, should at least make people want to go to see what it's all about

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1) 281,283 in 541 POPE JOAN
2) 259,557 in 785 THIS IS IT
3) 244,784 in 338 COUPLES RETREAT
4) 187,924 in 510 XMAS CAROL
5) 125,288 in 398 THE FLIGHT BEFORE XMAS


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2009 so far (admissions)

1) 8,705,746 IA3
2) 6,126,583 HP6
3) 4,750,238 WICKIE UND DIE STARKEN MÄNNER
4) 4,581,426 A&D
5) 2,812,973 UP
6) 2,522,700 TWILIGHT
7) 2,362,245 MUSEUM 2
8) 2,171,063 THE READER
9) 2,127,495 HANGOVER
10) 2,076,966 INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS

11) 2,071,202 BENJAMIN BUTTON
12) 2,056,245 SLUMDOG

The Top Ten will change a lot though with 2012, NEW MOON, ZWEIOHRKÜKEN and AVATAR coming up...

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