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Discussion in 'Thor' started by Still A ThorFan, Jan 1, 2011.
Who doesn't love an Asgardian cougar. Great movie. Looking forward to Captain America.
That's one happy woman.
I'm hoping that Thor gets the Bargain Tuesday bump that is so often seen. FF5 didn't get it, it dropped on it's first Tuesday. Hoping that THOR gets that bump and sees $6 today perhaps.
Apparently it made around 8.5M overseas on Tuesday
That's nice. So it's in the $260's now. Basically tied up with TIH's entire gross.
Should pass Fantastic Four's and X-men WW total, this weekend.
Sounds like a good sign.
Yep, over the $300M hurdle by weekends end for sure.
As long as it made 3.2M domestically on Tuesday it will have passed TIH's entire WW gross.
An increase from Monday and now officially Marvel Studios' 3rd highest grossing movie
Yes, much better than the 3.2 million it needed to pass TIH's WW gross.
Well I knew it'd make more than 3.2 but I thought it'd be ~5M. If it holds up on Wednesday we're looking at a leggy run.
Where are people finding the time to see movies during the week? hahaha
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Yeah up +0.1% from Monday's $5,403,057 gross.
Great hold, I definitely think 32M is in play this weekend.
What if it does over 4M?
ha! I hear ya, but actually alot of people wait for the weekdays either because they work on the weekend or they want to avoid the weekend crowd. Also Tuesdays are typical for getting the bargain prices, but normally these are not seen in the first week of a release.
Granted that TIH also didn't have:
1)3-D aiding it's gross
2)IMAX aiding it's gross
3)The starting pole position of summer aiding it's gross
4)the lack of bad taste from a previous bomb inhibiting it's gross
5)inflation working in it's favor.
But even with all that taken into account I still expect Thor to prevail at the box office since it's the better film(but all those factors would narrow Thor's margin of victory).
mondays, tuesdays and wednesdays are usually 2-3 cheaper around here. A LOT of people are going to the cinemas on weekday evenings in Austria in times when they charge 11 for a ticket
That's just a testament to how much Marvel got it's **** together now in terms of marketing.
well, they probably would've done better without 3D. higher ticket prices leads to less viewers.
That's why I wouldn't really use the "3D helped it out" excuse too much because it also got in the way of quite a bit of ticket sales as well.