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 Fifty Shades of Grey (INTL) WW $500m 
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Post Fifty Shades of Grey (INTL) WW $500m
It is being whispered that more than 100,000 tickets were sold here in Germany yesterday on its first day of pre-sales... That's a sensational number...

Hopefully we will get some official numbers Monday...

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People buy tickets 2 months in advance..Wow!! BTW that's a very good start for it.


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More like 100,000 tickets were available.

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mark66 wrote:
It is being whispered that more than 100,000 tickets were sold here in Germany yesterday on its first day of pre-sales... That's a sensational number...

Hopefully we will get some official numbers Monday...


Were there any official numbers?

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Unfortuneatly not, I asked Universal, but they didn't know...

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My theatres is doing pretty well with pre-sales. I read about some theatres breaking their in-house pre-sale records. Any opening below 700,000 admissions would very much surprise me.

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I'm a bit surprised that 50SOG got an 18 rating in the UK...

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Opening Day in France:
365,221 admissions

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Not that it matters on a global scale, but this is the first time I've ever seen a report on how many tickets were sold in pre-sales in Croatia. 50SOG apparently sold 30,000 tickets in pre-sales, which sounds pretty big to me. Based on ticket prices that's a minimum of $0.3m opening which is huge. Too bad MOJO hasn't been updating my country since November.


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Over 341,000 tickets sold in Mexico.


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Opening Day in France:
365,221 admissions


Nearly 50% higher than the last two Hunger Games. Mighty impressive.


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$3.7m Wednesday

$2.7m France
$0.543m Belgium
$0.340m Phillippines
$0.136m French Switzerland

And Australia delivered a $2m Thursday

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Yeah pre-sales are extreme with this film. Much like other female skewing films but larger. It's certainly a female trait of being super organised and booking as far ahead as possible lol.

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230K tickets sold in Poland...10 days ago.


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Wow - that's huge. Presales were 150k here.

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Judging by Thursday's opening day, weekend looks like 1.3m admissions ($13.5m) in Germany.
That would be the biggest February opener ever and the third (maybe second) best opener with a 16 rating...

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Italy opening day: 237,506 admissions ($2m)

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Judging by Thursday's opening day, weekend looks like 1.3m admissions ($13.5m) in Germany.
That would be the biggest February opener ever and the third (maybe second) best opener with a 16 rating...


The biggest are The Matrix Reloaded and M:I-2, right?

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There are new numbers for Mexico.

578,000 admissions
$2,15M US Dlls (30.2M Mx pesos)


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$66m as of Friday, Universal's early opening estimate is $158.3m...

http://deadline.com/2015/02/fifty-shade ... 201372179/

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3RD UPDATE, SATURDAY AM: If Fifty Shades Of Grey handcuffs Universal’s very early international weekend estimate of $158.3M, it will become the studio’s 2nd biggest offshore opening frame ever, just behind Fast & Furious 6’s $160.3M. Outside sources whisper that it is likely to climax even higher than that for this five-day session. It is expected to be far-and-away the biggest opening weekend of all-time for an R-rated film overseas, whipping previous title holder The Matrix Revolutions at $117M.
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what the fuck. That seems insane.

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Not really a surprise for me. Europeans are more likely to attend to see what the hype is all about, and not turned off by the sex. But it will have big drops everywhere next weekend, I imagine.

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$66m OS is much more impressive than $30m domestically.


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EUROPE

The U.K. and Ireland, $21.5 million. Biggest opening weekend for a film with an ultra-restrictive 18 rating. It's also the ninth-biggest debut of all time, not accounting for inflation.

Germany, 15.2 million. No. 2 opening ever for a Universal title.

France, $12 million. Biggest R-rated opening, and biggest Universal opening.

Russia, $10.5 million. Biggest opening for a film with an 18 or 16 rating, and biggest Universal opening.

Italy, 9.1 million. Biggest R-rated opening, and biggest Universal opening.

Spain, $7.9 million. Biggest opening for a film rated 18.

LATIN AMERICA

Brazil, $8.9 million. Biggest opening for a film rated 16, and biggest Universal opening.

Mexico, $8.1 million. Biggest opening for a film rated C.

Argentina, $3.8 million. Biggest opening weekend of all time.

ASIA PACIFIC

Australia, $8.6 million. Biggest opening for a film rated R, and Universal's biggest non-holiday opening.

Philippines, $2.2 million. Biggest opening for a film with an 18 rating, and the biggest February debut for a foreign release.

New Zealand, $1.1 million. Biggest opening for an R-rated film.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/f ... _RGajewski

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