Tenet - Box Office Autopsy

An original action espionage film releasing in IMAX on August 12, 2020
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Sky007 wrote:
September 19th, 2020, 3:23 pm
this movie will end up doing fine. Internationally it'll have legs. a bummer about U.S. but it'll get some needed cash from those big, unopened markets. ironically, this movie will have its life on HBO Max and grow in reputation there.

as for Nolan, laughable to assume he won't be able to do what he wants. as mentioned, the industry in general will probably tone down their budgets. the only stipulation i see being put on Nolan is having to cast a true movie star.
Casting a "true" movie star is meaningless nowadays. Just look at how many of those Marvel stars can't carry a movie without Marvel. Leo DiCaprio is probably the only movie star left.

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Tenet is looking at a solid 21-23% drop from last week in the US. Total will be around $36-37million. If NY, SF and LA open in the next couple of weeks it could do respectable numbers domestically.

Internationally it should be around $210-215 after today.

Offical figures will be published by WB later today.

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not really followin the trade reports for this.. but just casually wondering.. will this reach 400mil ? any chance?

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Reactions from Japanese users on Twitter look overwhelmingly positive with no complaints about sound, so that bodes well for its run there I reckon.

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666kalpa wrote:
September 20th, 2020, 9:20 am
not really followin the trade reports for this.. but just casually wondering.. will this reach 400mil ? any chance?
Yes.

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Robin wrote:
September 20th, 2020, 5:29 am
Tenet is looking at a solid 21-23% drop from last week in the US. Total will be around $36-37million. If NY, SF and LA open in the next couple of weeks it could do respectable numbers domestically.

Internationally it should be around $210-215 after today.

Offical figures will be published by WB later today.
solid

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RrobynneUK wrote:
September 20th, 2020, 9:23 am
Reactions from Japanese users on Twitter look overwhelmingly positive with no complaints about sound, so that bodes well for its run there I reckon.
they have subtitles :D

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WW gross should be now at $251M.

I keep being somewhat impressed by how decently it's been holding in international markets. Word of mouth might not be as mixed as online reactions after all.

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https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/ ... in-the-u-s
Warner Bros. is reporting that the big-budget espionage pic earned $4.7 million domestically from 2,930 theaters in its third weekend for a North American total of $36.1 million. The studio insists that Tenet is far from over and anticipates a huge bump in ticket sales as more cinemas on both coasts are allowed to flip on the lights.

Internationally — where theaters are ahead of their U.S. counterparts in terms of reopenings — Tenet grossed another $25 million for a foreign tally of $214 million and a worldwide total of $250.1 million. That includes a pleasing China total of $60 million.
The drop is still very low. At least.
Any news when NY & California will open?

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X-MementoMori-X wrote:
September 20th, 2020, 2:34 pm
https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/ ... in-the-u-s
Warner Bros. is reporting that the big-budget espionage pic earned $4.7 million domestically from 2,930 theaters in its third weekend for a North American total of $36.1 million. The studio insists that Tenet is far from over and anticipates a huge bump in ticket sales as more cinemas on both coasts are allowed to flip on the lights.

Internationally — where theaters are ahead of their U.S. counterparts in terms of reopenings — Tenet grossed another $25 million for a foreign tally of $214 million and a worldwide total of $250.1 million. That includes a pleasing China total of $60 million.
The drop is still very low. At least.
Any news when NY & California will open?
Zero.

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