"Wonder" BOX OFFICE

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Re: "Wonder" BOX OFFICE

Postby berlioz on Sun Jan 14, 2018 8:02 pm

estimated for the whole holiday weekend (4 days)

Wonder (2017)
$1,615,000
-32%
$129,003,574


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Re: "Wonder" BOX OFFICE

Postby OrientExpress on Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:25 pm

WONDER

Lionsgate’s Wonder continues to amaze, passing $100M internationally this weekend. That’s including $5.3M from 61 markets in the session for a $102.3M total to date. Brazil has been a wonder itself on the Julia Roberts-starrer. The market has shelled out $23.6M (76.6M reals) after six weeks and gives Lionsgate its 2nd biggest grosser ever there in local currency, topping The Shack’s 74.7M reals lifetime.
Italy has also taken a shine to young Auggie with a $12.1M gross for Lionsgate’s biggest non-franchise title ever. China welcomes the family next weekend and Germany follows on January 25.

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Re: "Wonder" BOX OFFICE

Postby OrientExpress on Wed Jan 17, 2018 4:16 am

3 Days weekend

19 13 Wonder LGF $1,210,294 -49.2% 970 -288 $1,248 $128,598,868 - 9

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4 Days Weekend

18 13 Wonder LGF $1,627,928 -31.6% 970 -288 $1,678 $129,016,502 - 9

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Re: "Wonder" BOX OFFICE

Postby OrientExpress on Sun Jan 21, 2018 6:37 pm

130M North America next week

And almost 250M WW(Thanks for 8.6M OW in China)


23 19 Wonder LGF $570,000 -52.9% 496 -474 $1,149 $129,924,701

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Domestic: $129,924,701 52.4%
+ Foreign: $118,200,000 47.6%

= Worldwide: $248,124,701

http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=wonder.htm

Julia Roberts and Jacob Tremblay drama Wonder added $12.6m from 61 markets for $118.2m internationally and $248m worldwide. The film debuted in China on $8.6m. Brazil remains the top market on $25.9m after seven weeks in release.

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Re: "Wonder" BOX OFFICE

Postby Mark on Tue Jan 23, 2018 7:30 pm

it's going to pass Erin Brockovich worldwide....
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Re: "Wonder" BOX OFFICE

Postby OrientExpress on Wed Jan 24, 2018 6:50 pm

Sleeper Hit ‘Wonder’ Crosses $250M Worldwide

As we reported in the internationally box office and as was expected on Sunday, Wonder has crossed the $250M mark. The film was made for a low $20M price by Lionsgate, Participant Media, Walden Media and TIK Films in China. Its total box office gross to date is $251.4M and ranks as Lionsgate’s highest-grossing release since La La Land last year. La La Land was released on Dec. 9 in 2016 and grossed $151.1M domestically and took in $294.9M internationally for a global gross of $446M.

While it has grossed $130M domestically, internationally Wonder is still rolling out around the world. So far, it has taken in $26.3M in Brazil and that country remains its highest-grossing territory right now. The territory for release is Germany on the 25th followed by Sweden on Feb. 23rd.

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Re: "Wonder" BOX OFFICE

Postby berlioz on Wed Jan 24, 2018 10:24 pm

Box Office: Julia Roberts And Owen Wilson's 'Wonder' Passes $250M Worldwide



One of the more pleasant surprises of the year-end box office, a season that included a few solid surprises, was the knock-out theatrical run for Stephen Chbosky's Wonder. The $20 million drama, based on the popular R.J. Palacio novel about a young boy with a severe facial disfigurement and his struggles to enter the world of public schooling, drew solid reviews and decent buzz heading into its opening weekend. If The Blind Side was the all-ages counterprogramming to the "for fans only" tentpole The Twilight Saga: New Moon back in November of 2009, then Wonder played likewise for Justice League.

I drove down to sample Justice League in 4DX on opening day. Sure, folks were seeing the superhero sequel, but I saw a deluge of field trips and family audiences literally lined up out the door for the Jacob Trembley/Julia Roberts/Owen Wilson drama. That was the first clue that this wasn't just going to be "that other movie."

Wonder opened with $27.5 million against Justice League's disappointing $94m debut weekend. The Lionsgate release legged it out like a champ and has now earned $130m domestic and $121m overseas for a $251m global total. It is Lionsgate's biggest grosser since La La Land. And, in North America at least, it is Lionsgate and/or Summit's 12th-biggest-grosser behind only Divergent ($150m), La La Land ($151m), the five Twilight movies and the four Hunger Games films.

Worldwide is slightly more complicated. Its current $251 million cume (12.55x its budget with Germany, Sweden and Norway left to go over the next two months) puts it behind those 11 movies plus the first two Expendables movies and the two Now You See Me pictures. So, yeah, with the exception of La La Land, it's Lionsgate and Summit's biggest non-franchise hit ever. For the record, Lionsgate bought Summit in 2012, which is why I'm including those first four Twilight movies in this conversation.

As we've seen, there is still room for old-school movies like this to thrive alongside the blockbusters. Since it's harder than ever to get adults to spring for babysitter money, I will argue that the key is making movies that are either kid flicks that appeal to adults (Jumanji, Wonder) or adult-skewing movies that can be enjoyed by at least some kids as well (The Greatest Showman, arguably The Post, It or A Bad Moms Chrsitmas). Yes, hard R-rated genre fare can still excel (see John Wick: Chapter 2 or the Fifty Shades franchise), but there is a ceiling when it comes to making a movie that requires the kids to stay at home. That's grim news for true adult cinema, but TV has been quite proficient at picking up the slack.

Of note, this is Julia Roberts' biggest-grossing star vehicle since Runaway Bride in 1999 (it'll soon overtake Erin Brockovich's $256 million worldwide gross as well) and Owen Wilson's biggest live-action star vehicle since Marley and Me in 2008. Star power does matter for movies like this, especially when the budget allows for post-theatrical legs and word-of-mouth to have a real impact. I was busy when Wonder passed the $200 million milestone, so I wanted to take a moment to note that this quite good and explicitly empathetic melodrama had passed another big box office benchmark. Once again, anyone can cook.


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Re: "Wonder" BOX OFFICE

Postby OrientExpress on Sun Jan 28, 2018 6:17 pm

WW --265M

Domestic: $130,562,440 49.1%
+ Foreign: $135,200,000 50.9%

= Worldwide: $265,762,440

http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=wonder.htm
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North America

26 24 Wonder LGF $430,000 -19.9% 349 -147 $1,232 $130,562,440
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Re: "Wonder" BOX OFFICE

Postby OrientExpress on Tue Jan 30, 2018 9:11 am

WONDER #1 in Germany
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After crossing $250M worldwide during the week, Lionsgate’s inspirational family story has now risen to $265.8M global with $135.2M internationally. The weekend was worth $9.9M in 61 markets. Wonder was wunderbar in its Germany opening, claiming No. 1 with $2.1M on 463 screens. Brazil continues to lead all play with $27.3M and China is next with $18.4M after 10 days. There are more releases to come in February and March.

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Re: "Wonder" BOX OFFICE

Postby Mark on Thu Feb 01, 2018 5:57 pm

this has a real shot at $300M
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Re: "Wonder" BOX OFFICE

Postby berlioz on Sun Feb 04, 2018 5:17 pm

Total Lifetime Grosses
Domestic: $130,954,515 47.2%
+ Foreign: $146,500,000 52.8%
= Worldwide: $277,454,515
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Re: "Wonder" BOX OFFICE

Postby OrientExpress on Mon Feb 05, 2018 6:13 am

Lionsgate’s family sleeper put another $5.7M in the school bag this weekend from 53 markets. The overseas total is now $146.5M for $277.5M worldwide. Germany stayed rapt with Wonder this session, dropping just 1% from last and cuming $4.4M after two weeks. In Israel, Wonder is now Lionsgate’s biggest release ever with $4.6M. China has risen to $24.1M after three weeks. It’s the No. 2 market on the movie. Brazil leads at $28M, Italy is in 3rd at $14M and Australia ($9.8M) and Mexico ($8.9M) round out the Top 5. Sweden and Norway are still to come.

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Re: "Wonder" BOX OFFICE

Postby berlioz on Sun Feb 11, 2018 7:49 pm

Domestic: $131,318,350 46.1%
+ Foreign: $153,700,000 53.9%
= Worldwide: $285,018,350
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Re: "Wonder" BOX OFFICE

Postby OrientExpress on Mon Feb 19, 2018 4:02 am

Can Wonder hit $300M mark WW?

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Domestic: $131,671,894 45.2%
+ Foreign: $159,800,000 54.8%

= Worldwide: $291,471,894
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