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 Robin Hood (INTL.) - $216,400,000 
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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $137,800,000
So atleast $300m worldwide is in play. We probably wont see another film, but I'd like to see another.

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $137,800,000
I'd say 300m WW is a lock. Compared to King Arthur/Kingdom of Heaven this is a huge success, if only Universal knew how to keep their budgets down...

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $137,800,000
Yup, with China and Japan and a couple of other markets ahead $300+ million is a lock and $350 million is still in play.

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $154,600,000
BOM updated the overseas number:

$154,600,000

It passed King Arthur overseas now.

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $163,054,000
It is now less than $2 million away from passing Kingdom of Heaven overseas.

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $172,000,000
New overseas total after the weekend:

$172,000,000

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $172,000,000
That number seems to be pretty just OK but nonetheless the legs are great. With about 94M already in Domestic market it should be 300M WW and marching towards 310M WW by two weeks. It is financial disappointment only because of the budget though the number overall is not that bad specially the overseas collection.


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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $172,000,000
Can it do $200m? Still haven't opened in Japan & China, right?

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $172,000,000
Overseas 200M is definitely possible. Yes it is yet to open in Japan and China


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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $172,000,000
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Can it do $200m? Still haven't opened in Japan & China, right?


I'd say $200 million is definitely happening with two major markets left.

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $172,000,000
It stands at around 1,300,000 admissions in Germany after its fourth weekend. That's decent, though still around 380,000 admissions behind Kingsdom of Heaven at the same point of its run.

At least it will end up ahead of Iron Man 2 and Prince of Persia here.

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $183,300,000
$183,300,000

Fallen behind Prince of Persia now.

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $183,300,000
It should be close to 1.4 million admissions here now. Won't reach Kingdom of Heaven or even 300, but should pass King Arthur. Overall a slightly disappointing performance here, IMO (since there's a good chance that Prince of Persia will outdo it in the end).

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $183,700,000
The updated overseas total was a tad higher.

It now has only Japan left ahead of the major markets, I think. This means that while it will easily pass $200 million, it quite certainly won't make it to $250 million which is slightly disappointing all things considered. Basically it'll make less overseas than Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves almost 20 years ago, even though the overseas marketplace pretty much exploded since then. We should be looking at $205-210 million overseas in total.

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $185,079,386
$185,079,386 before thed weekend.

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $185,079,386
It might require 2 more weeks to cross 200m OS. Russel Crowe and Ridley Scott still have some bankability internationally.


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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $193,300,000
Updated overseas number:

$193,300,000

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $193,300,000
Nice but it is 20m behind PoP now and the domestic hold for PoP this weekend was surprisingly great. It seems that PoP will end up having bigger WW total now


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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $193,300,000
soagg wrote:
the domestic hold for PoP this weekend was surprisingly great.

TS3 effect. I wouldn't be surprised if BV used TS3 to give PoP "legs" to cross $100 million.


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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $193,300,000
be.redy wrote:
soagg wrote:
the domestic hold for PoP this weekend was surprisingly great.

TS3 effect. I wouldn't be surprised if BV used TS3 to give PoP "legs" to cross $100 million.


Hmm haven't seen that before this will be the first time I am seeing the outright cheating :lol:


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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $193,300,000
That happens. Sometimes when a movie opens big, movies from the same distributor have minuscule drops, and I even remember that Wild Hogs had a huge surge (dollar theaters my ass) when Pirates 3 opened.


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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $193,300,000
be.redy wrote:
That happens. Sometimes when a movie opens big, movies from the same distributor have minuscule drops, and I even remember that Wild Hogs had a huge surge (dollar theaters my ass) when Pirates 3 opened.


I've always heard it was the drive-in theater (I think there's still a few hundred open in middle America) double features, i.e. Prince of Persia might pair up with TS3 and they split the grosses when they report.


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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $194,367,761
The actual overseas total is over a million higher than the estimate.

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $194,367,761
Troy - $364,031,596
Gladiator - $269,935,000
300 - $245,453,242
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves - $225,000,000
Robin Hood - $194,367,761
Kingdom of Heaven - $164,253,638
King Arthur - $151,685,613
Alexander - $133,001,001

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Post Re: Robin Hood (INTL.) - $193,300,000
ben114 wrote:
be.redy wrote:
That happens. Sometimes when a movie opens big, movies from the same distributor have minuscule drops, and I even remember that Wild Hogs had a huge surge (dollar theaters my ass) when Pirates 3 opened.


I've always heard it was the drive-in theater (I think there's still a few hundred open in middle America) double features, i.e. Prince of Persia might pair up with TS3 and they split the grosses when they report.

Still makes no sense. Drive-in theaters have lower ticket prices I think, or have a fixed ticket price per car. I don't know how many cars fit into a drive-in as I've never been able to go to one, so I don't want to make any calculations.

The next problem is if it's a double feature, you can only have one showing per night, because I doubt they play movies before the sun comes down and because it's summer, it's still pretty bright even at 8 PM (here at least). So if they paired up TS3 + PoP = 111+ 116 = 227 min. or nearly four hours (add a few trailers, commercials and there you go). So if the movies start the showing at 8 PM, they end at midnight. I just can't see how drive-ins could give that kind of a strong bump measured in millions (PoP benefited with at least $2 million overall) with (probably) one showing per day, lower ticket prices, split-up incomes, etc...


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