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'Furiosa' edges out 'Garfield' with $32M in Memorial Day frame

MONDAY FOR THE PARADE: Warner Bros.' Angry had the advantage of The movie Garfield Sunday, 7.6 million dollars THE 7.4 million dollarswhich is putting it ahead of the four-day orange cat ratings, 32 million dollars THE 31.1 million dollars.

Many expected it Garfield to own the matinees yesterday. The film showed a strong Hispanic and Latino audience participation of 38% over the weekend, and the notion is that bad weather in the South kept moviegoers inside. There is still a world as of tomorrow morning where Garfield best George Miller Mad Max prequel. In terms of admissions, EntTelligence shows more people going Garfield tall Angry, 2.8 million THE 2.1 million and that's because the cat's average ticket prices were lower than the one-wing desert renegade, $11.87 to $13.73.

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Anyone who thinks this past Memorial Day weekend was some kind of box office trial should check it out as it all boils down to the product: female-led action movies, outside of exclusive photos Captain Marvel AND Wonder Woman, have always been challenged as a sub-genre at the box office, and AngryThe 3-day ($26.3 million) and 4-day are in the realm of films such as 2018's Alicia Vikander Tomb raider ($23.6 million 3-day), even in 2019 Alita ($28.5M 3-Day, $37.2M 4-Day). Hope for a better summer lies in first-day presales for Disney/Marvel Studios' Deadpool and Wolverine which are the best for an R-rated $8M+ movie; that Shawn Levy directed the opening of the trio on July 26.

Also, as we mentioned, Memorial Day weekend is more often than not the best place for a major studio to hide a tentpole that might not work, and that's because they'll get an extra day of profits. Among the errors released on the framework are the 2010s Prince of Persia: The sands of time ($37.8 million 4-day), 2015 Tomorrowland ($42.6 million) and 2016 Alice Through the Looking Glass ($33.5 million). Angry It's not the first movie to fail during the holidays.

AMC Lincoln Square in NYC was the best theater for him Angry in 170 thousand dollars, while Garfield's was AMC Burbank at nearly $47,000.

As we told you yesterday about dollars and cents Garfield, is a win for Alcon and Sony, the animated picture cost only $60 million before P&A and global profits in 97.6 million dollars.

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Without a wide studio release next weekend due to a lack of product due to strikes, it's sure to be a weaker weekend. What Angry won't have it Mad Max: Fury Road did was the ability to play on a holiday weekend. This benefit went to photo no. 3 of the family, whetherfrom Paramount which posted a second weekend of 16.1 million dollars-52%, 4-day i 21 million dollarslocal i 63.5 million dollars and around the world 100 million dollars. Sony hopes to bring it all back with Bad Boys: Ride or Die on June 7, which is targeting a $50 million start. In 11 days it's running 5% ahead of Ryan Reynolds' original PG-13 action pic, free boy which ended its activity with 121.6 million dollars.

1.) Angry (WB) 3,804 theaters Fri $10.35M Sat $8.3M Sun $7.6M Mon $5.7M 3-day 26.3 million dollars 4th day 32 million dollars/ week 1

2.) The movie Garfield (Alcon/Sony) 4,035 theaters Fri $8.4M Sat $8.2M Sun $7.4M Mon $7M 3-day 24 million dollars 4th day 31.1 million dollars / week 1

3.) whether (Fri) 4,068 theaters (+27) Fri $4.3M (-59%) Sat $6.1M Sat $5.7M Mon $4.8M 3-Day 16.1 million dollars (-52%), 4-day 21 million dollarsTotal 63.5 million dollars/ week 2

4.) Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes (Dec 20) 3,550 (-525) theaters Fri $3.4M (-50%) Sat $5.1M Sun $4.9M Mon $3.8M 3-day 13.4 million dollars (-47%), 4-day 17.2 million dollarsTotal 126.6 million dollars/ week 3

5.) Autumn boy (Uni) 2,955 (-890) theaters, Fri $1.6m (-32%), Sat $2.29m Sun $2m Mon $1.66m 3-day $5.99 million (-28%), 4-day 7.65 million dollars Total 73.9 million dollars/ week 4

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6.) Aliens – Chapter 1 (LG) 2,856 theaters Fri $1.65M (-68%) Sat $2M Sun $1.84M Mon $1.34M 3-day 5.5 million dollars (-53%) 4-day 6.9 million dollars Total 22.6 million dollars/ week 2
Renny Harlin's reboot of the horror franchise is running 20% ​​ahead of its 2018 predecessor. Aliens: Prey of the Nightthat film finished with $24.5 million domestically.

7.) Viewing (Angel) 2100 theaters Friday $1M Saturday $886K Sunday $810K Monday $800M 3 days 2.79 million dollars 4th day 3.6 million dollars/ week 1

8.) The challengers (AMZ MGM) 1,089 (-849) theaters Fri $438k (-53%) Sat $483k Sun $494k Mon $346k 3-day $1.41 million (-51%) 4-day 1.76 million dollars/Total 46.8 million dollars/ week 3

9.) Back to black Cinema (Folk) 2013 (+3), Fri $300K (-75%) Sat $400K Sun $380K Mon $270K 3-day 1.08 million dollars (-62%), 4-day 1.35 million dollarsTotal 5.2 million dollars/ week 2

10.) babe (NEON) 590 (+578) theaters, Fri $480K (+603%), Sat $300K Sun $280K, Mon $168K 3-day 1.06 million dollars (+550%), 4-day 1.22 million dollarsTotal 2 million dollars/ week 2

EARLY SUNDAY UPDATE: The 4-day battle between Warner Bros Angry and Alcon/Sony's The movie Garfield will drag until Monday, both titles are currently in bad shape, looking for $31M in 4 days, $25M in 3 days.

There are those who point to the 48-year-old comic cat eating the desert renegade's one-armed lunch at $31 million to $30.96 million, but it's too close to call right now. Regarding Garfield boring Angry, we told you this was in the cards.

whether Garfield OR Angry wins, it will be the lowest opening for the title no. 1 on Memorial Day weekend in 29 years, the last being 1995 Kasper to 22 million dollars.

After the beating Angry on Saturday, $8.3 million to $8 million, Garfield seems to have the advantage on Sunday and Monday. Garfield is booked with 4,035 adults from some PLFS. Angry is playing in 3,804 juiced by 400 auditoriums Imax, Dolby, 4DX, D-box, etc.

Some blame Warners for starting the final phase of their campaign too late in May. Understand that they started Angry at the end of Q4 at Brazilian Comic-Con with Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth in tow. That's a big enough platform for word of mouth to explode, and it's the same place that Warners is rebooting the campaign for Legendary's Dune: Part Two. Others believe the slowdown here stems from Taylor-Joy taking over the lead role from Charlize Theron. Anyway, however you cut it, the reality is that Angry AND Mad Max appeal to a limited, mostly male audience. It's R-rated, not five-four, which is why there wasn't much heat from the trailer's first release back in November.

In PostTrak exits, 52% said they went to Angry because it was part of a franchise they love, while 34% cited director George Miller, 32% cited Taylor-Joy and 25% Chris Hemsworth. Regarding Garfieldthe general reason people bought tickets was because it looked fun.

Sony and Alcon have revived it nicely Garfield, and who might disagree. Pic's 3-day opening surpasses previous 2006 debuts Garfield: A tail of two kittens ($7.2 million 3-day) and 2004 Garfield: The Movie, which opened to $21.7 million. The movie Garfield with a production cost of $60 million before P&A is profitable, with $50 million already from its offshore release.

Paramount whether in 4,068 theaters is still third, with a second weekend of $15.6M, -54%, after a $6M Saturday, +41% from Friday's $4.3M. 4-day is $20.2M, total run from EOD on Monday is $62.7M.

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes from 20th Century Studios/Disney in 3,550 theaters posted $5M on Saturday, +48% over Friday. 3rd weekend is $12.8m, -50%, 4-day is $16.5m and total run is $125.9m. The pic became the first summer 2024 title to cross $100 million last weekend. See, there's a little pulse in the market.

Fifth goes to Universal Autumn boy at 2,955 with a $2.3m Saturday, +44%, for a $6m 3-day, $7.6m 4-day and end-of-Monday run total of $73.8m dollars.

Angel Studios' faith-based title Viewing is dropping $830k on Saturday, down 24% from Friday's $1m which translates to a 3-day of $2.8m and a 4-day of $3.6m.

For the first part of our analysis of the weekend and why we shouldn't worry about the fate of the theater, click here.

We'll have more updates for you on Monday.

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