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  1. Jennifer Lopez and STX Entertainment have their best live-action opening weekends ever. It: Chapter Two has a strong hold for a horror sequel with a $91M opening weekend. The opening for The Goldfinch shows that an award-winning bestseller doesn't always translate to a well-reviewed or successful movie. 1 (1) It: Chapter Two $40,735,000 (-55.3%) | 4,570 Theaters | $8,914 Avg. | $60-79M Budget | $153,803,524 2 (N) Hustlers $33,230,000 | 3,250 Theaters | $10,225 Avg. | $20M Budget | $33,230,000 3 (2) Angel Has Fallen $4,400,000 (-26.5%) | 3,076 Theaters (-153) | $1,430 Avg. | $40M Budget | $60,380,418 4 (3) Good Boys $4,260,000 (-22.3%) | 2,736 Theaters (-457) | $1,557 Avg. | $20M Budget | $73,316,735 5 (4) The Lion King $3,555,000 (-17.8%) | 2,365 Theaters (-245) | $1,503 Avg. | $250-260M Budget | $533,992,775 6 (5) Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw $2,770,000 (-27.3%) | 2,050 Theaters (-249) | $1,351 Avg. | $200M Budget | $168,317,320 7 (6) Overcomer $2,735,000 (-26.3%) | 2,293 Theaters (+140) | $1,193 Avg. | $5M Budget | $28,987,768 8 (N) The Goldfinch $2,640,000 | 2,542 Theaters | $1,039 Avg. | $45M Budget | $2,640,000 9 (11) The Peanut Butter Falcon $1,921,127 (-9.8%) | 1,490 Theaters (+180) | $1,289 Avg. | $6.2M Budget | $15,043,769 10 (7) Dora and the Lost City of Gold $1,850,000 (-21.1%) | 1,348 Theaters (-440) | $1,372 Avg. | $49M Budget | $56,743,567 11 (9) Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark $1,725,000 (-24.9%) | 1,494 Theaters (-607) | $1,155 Avg. | $25-28M Budget | $64,464,086 12 (14) Brittany Runs a Marathon $1,550,339 (+49.6%) | 757 Theaters (+527) | $2,048 Avg. | $3,805,310 13 (10) Once Upon a Time in Hollywood $1,535,000 (-29.1%) | 957 Theaters (-445) | $1,604 Avg. | $90-96M Budget | $136,906,627 14 (12) The Angry Birds Movie 2 $1,200,000 (-29.8%) | 1,184 Theaters (-670) | $1,014 Avg. | $65M Budget | $39,640,502 15 (8) Ready or Not $941,000 (-59.3%) | 1,095 Theaters (-1,255) | $859 Avg. | $6M Budget | $27,685,177 * International Box Office: THE LION KING: $1.083B Overseas Total | $1.617B Global Total SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME $739M Overseas Total | $1.128B Global Total TOY STORY 4: $625.5M Overseas Total | $1.057B Global Total ALADDIN: $691.8M Overseas Total | $1.046B Global Total FAST & FURIOUS PRESENTS: HOBBS & SHAW: $572.6M Overseas Total | $740.9M Global Total NE ZHA: $660.1M Overseas Total | $663M Global Total ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD: $192.5M Overseas Total | $329.4M Global Total IT: CHAPTER TWO: $169.5M Overseas Total | $323.3M Global Total THE ANGRY BIRDS MOVIE 2: $72.1M Overseas Total | $111.7M Global Total GOOD BOYS: $18.3M Overseas Total | $91.6M Global Total SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK: $26.7M Overseas Total | $91.1M Global Total DORA AND THE LOST CITY OF GOLD: $33.7M Overseas Total | $90.4M Global Total READY OR NOT: $13.3M Overseas Total | $41M Global Total DOWNTON ABBEY: $11.7M Overseas/Global Total
  2. Dejana

    NFL Thread

    I saw something about the claims against Antonio Brown on Twitter over the weekend... Someone leaked a DM exchange with him where he was framing it as an extortion attempt. Of course, he would say that. Lots of things get claimed online about stars that are completely untrue, but it's funny to see the reports now that the NFL and the Pats had "no idea" about the allegations until yesterday. Here's the tweet I saw about it on Saturday: * In related news (or not), Gronk started a lot of speculation yesterday with this post: Is he unretiring? Stay tuned...
  3. Dejana

    NFL Thread

    https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/09/08/early-mutiny-in-miami/
  4. It: Chapter Two has a big opening, though slightly less than predicted and not quite reaching the start of its predecessor ($123,403,419). September 6–8, 2019 Final Numbers: 1 (N) It: Chapter Two $91,062,152 | 4,570 Theaters | $19,926 Avg. | $60-79M Budget | $91,062,152 2 (1) Angel Has Fallen $5,990,157 (-49.2%) | 3,229 Theaters (-107) | $1,855 Avg. | $40M Budget | $53,450,658 3 (2) Good Boys $5,479,460 (-42.4%) | 3,193 Theaters (-265) | $1,716 Avg. | $20M Budget | $66,939,160 4 (3) The Lion King $4,324,341 (-37.5%) | 2,610 Theaters (-580) | $1,657 Avg. | $250-260M Budget | $529,237,780 5 (4) Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw $3,807,905 (-41.1%) | 2,299 Theaters (-673) | $1,656 Avg. | $200M Budget | $164,340,050 6 (6) Overcomer $3,712,762 (-34.5%) | 2,153 Theaters (+326) | $1,724 Avg. | $5M Budget | $24,668,925 7 (11) Dora and the Lost City of Gold $2,345,305 (-47.1%) | 1,788 Theaters (-689) | $1,312 Avg. | $49M Budget | $54,334,455 8 (5) Ready or Not $2,310,792 (-60.9%) | 2,350 Theaters (-648) | $983 Avg. | $6M Budget | $25,712,480 9 (7) Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark $2,297,928 (-54.0%) | 2,101 Theaters (-646) | $1,094 Avg. | $25M Budget | $62,123,662 10 (10) Once Upon a Time in Hollywood $2,166,110 (-47.4%) | 1,402 Theaters (-591) | $1,545 Avg. | $90-96M Budget | $134,368,392 11 (12) The Peanut Butter Falcon $2,130,388 (-29.4%) | 1,310 Theaters (+61) | $1,626 Avg. | $6.2M Budget | $12,136,647 12 (9) The Angry Birds Movie 2 $1,710,459 (-59.6%) | 1,854 Theaters (-1,457) | $923 Avg. | $65M Budget | $38,088,353 13 (8) Spider-Man: Far From Home $1,238,052 (-71.2%) | 1,433 Theaters (-1,729) | $864 Avg. | $160M Budget | $388,120,898 14 (27) Brittany Runs a Marathon $1,036,186 (+149.2%) | 230 Theaters (+182) | $4,505 Avg. | $1,902,218 15 (20) Ne Zha $888,868 (-12.5%) | 135 Theaters (+69) | $6,584 Avg. | $2,670,710 Annabelle Comes Home $807,482 (+1,219.1%) | 214 Theaters (+113) | $868 Avg. | $73,608,458 Chhichhore $614,335 | 195 Theaters | $3,150 Avg. | $614,335 Tod@s Caen $471,947 (-57.0%) | 371 Theaters | $1,294 Avg. | $2,072,988 Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice $113,235 | 7 Theaters | $16,500 Avg. | $113,235 * International Box Office: THE LION KING: $1.069B Overseas Total | $1.599B Global Total SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME: $738.2M Overseas Total | $1.126B Global Total TOY STORY 4: $621.5M Overseas Total | $1.053B Global Total ALADDIN: $354.7M Overseas Total | $1.045B Global Total FAST & FURIOUS PRESENTS: HOBBS & SHAW: $555.5M Overseas Total | $719.8M Global Total NE ZHA: $660.1M Overseas Total | $661.9M Global Total JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3 — PARABELLUM: $150.9M Overseas Total | $321.6M Global Total ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD: $176.2M Overseas Total | $310.5M Global Total IT: CHAPTER TWO: $94.0M Overseas Total | $185.0M Global Total THE ANGRY BIRDS MOVIE 2: $66.3M Overseas Total | $104.3M Global Total SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK: $26.7M Overseas Total | $88.8M Global Total GOOD BOYS: $15.6M Overseas Total | $82.4M Global Total DORA AND THE LOST CITY OF GOLD: $28.2M Overseas Total | $82.3M Global Total
  5. Dejana

    NFL Thread

    There are a couple of options: A) AB really wanted to be on the Pats all along, but the Steelers never would have agreed to trade him there. Once Brown was on a bad team, he had to take drastic action to get himself released and in a way where anyone *ahem* was free to sign him. He will surprisingly clean up his act. B) If Antonio Brown does things The Patriot Way, Brady has an great receiver to work with. If not, Chess Master Belichick can still pump AB for relatively recent insider info about the rival Steelers while he's there, and the team will still be good without him. If he burns through New England, too, he probably won't end up on a third team this season, so the Pats won't have to face off against him no matter what.
  6. Dejana

    Tennis Thread

    Congrats Andreescu, held her nerve after nearly choking away the second set. Mama Andreescu looks like quite the character!
  7. Dejana

    NFL Thread

    Take a bow if you called this one:
  8. That reminds me, there is a singer/actor named Hudson Thames: http://atwoodmagazine.com/hudson-thames-2017-interview/ For any Mad Men fans, he appeared in an episode as Mitchell, the son of Don's neighbors Sylvia and Arnold Rosen.
  9. I knew there was a Jeremy Renner app because there was drama with it a couple of years ago: He's ventured into music, too, the sound is very Imagine Dragons: Some of his songs have been featured in Jeep ads. Guess he's not just counting on the Marvel money...
  10. The movie is based on real-life dancers who scammed their clientele, sometime after the 2008 Great Recession. Here's the source material, "The Hustlers at Scores": http://www.thecut.com/2015/12/robin-hood-strippers-scores-c-v-r.html Here's the first trailer: And a clip: I'm looking forward to it, though the inclusion of Cardi B is a bit of a "yikes" for me given that she's admitted to drugging and robbing guys back when she danced. OTOH, The Wolf of Wall Street had a Jordan Belfort cameo, although he did go to prison for his crimes at least.
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