Matthew Vaughn’s Argylle, the third Apple Original Films movie to go wide in cinemas, spied an estimated $35.3M global debut through Sunday, including $17.3M from 78 international box office markets. While that makes it the top title worldwide, overseas and domestically this frame, the ultra-expensive ensemble thriller was harshed on by critics and didn’t get
In a weekend without any studio wide entries — all due to the strikes– the overall theatrical marketplace is bound to reach some sort of low: Either lower than 2023’s bottom of $51.8M for all movies (Sept. 22-24) or lower than 2022’s floor of $35M (Jan. 28-30). After last weekend saw a 2024 YTD low
So, here we are in mid-January, and though we’re staring down the barrel of a tough year ahead, it’s not all wintry doom and gloom on an international box office (and combined global) level. While we’re not in blockbuster holdover territory, we should celebrate the wins when they come. To wit, there was a new
Refresh for chart There’s not much going on at the weekend box office. Yes, point fingers at the dual strikes’ impact on the theatrical schedule, but it’s also January which typically counts a couple of the year’s lowest grossing weekends. The 3-day for all titles is looking at $68M, which is not only the first
Refresh for latest…: Warner Bros/Village Roadshow/Heyday Films’ Wonka continues its sweet run, crossing the $500M mark globally this weekend. The worldwide cume through Sunday is $505.3M including $329.1M from the international box office and with Korea, which has a fondness for Hollywood musicals, still to release at the end of the month. The Timothée Chalamet-starrer
Paramount’s next iteration of Mean Girls has minted $3.25M in previews. That figure includes 4pm showtimes from yesterday as well as the “On Wednesdays We Wear Pink” early access screenings. A reminder that Paramount pivoted the release of Mean Girls: It was originally intended for Paramount+, and the test scores screamed, ‘Release this movie theatrically!’.
Exhibitors are lighting candles and saying prayers that Paramount‘s feature musical redux Mean Girls carries them big-time throughout January after a dry spell caused by the double strikes. Ya see, for the next three weeks following Mean Girls, there isn’t a major studio wide release until Apple Original Films’ Argylle arrives on February 2 via
Paramount‘s new twist on Mean Girls arrived on tracking today and let’s just say it’s not just hot with the cool girls. With double digit in unaided awareness among older and younger women over and under 25, the feature take of the Tina Fey scripted Broadway musical is looking at a $27M+ opening over the
In the wake of the new Mean Girls movie segueing from streaming to a Jan. 12 theatrical release, Paramount is stoking the fanbase today, Oct. 3, which doubles as Mean Girls day and National Boyfriend day by launching the original 2004 movie on TikTok — in 23 parts. Paramount’s intent with to bring the Tina
EXCLUSIVE: Deadline can tell you first that the new Mean Girls movie that Paramount has been prepping for Paramount+ is going theatrical. The release date is Jan. 12, 2024 – that’s the MLK 4-day holiday weekend. There will be a big marketing play here for the film. This is the second time in recent memory
In addition to dating its new Mean Girls movie theatrically, Paramount has set Oct. 18, 2024 for the next Smile movie. In addition, the Bob Marley biopic is now going wide on Feb. 14 instead of Jan. 12 next year. Reinaldo Marcus Green directs Kingsley Ben-Adir in the title role as the legendary reggae musician.