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Distributor: Paramount Pictures
Cast: Jim Carrey, Meryl Streep, Jude Law, Emily Browning and Liam Aiken
Release Date: December 17, 2004
Production Budget: ($140 million)
Marketing Budget: ($40 million)
MPAA Rating: PG
Running Time: 113 minutes
Movies based on the bestselling books Lemony Snicket.
Post your predictions...
Ok, I will start. lol:
The 3 day opening: $65 million
Final US Gross: $300 million
Last edited by TNPihl on Sun Jan 23, 2005 2:39 am, edited 3 times in total.
The box office sites:
Box Office Report - $43,0 Million
Lee's Movie Info - $37,7 Million
Box Office Guru - $33,0 Million
Box Office Mojo - $31,7 Million
Last edited by TNPihl on Fri Dec 17, 2004 10:32 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Its ok, but I think it will gross more!
My prediction is $55-65 Million.
Opening weekend it will gross $22 million.
The reason it won't do as well as the rest of Jim's films is because its got a smaller and more select audience.
Jim's fans will go see it and fans of the book will go see it, but its not as popular a book as Harry Potter was.
It appeals to a different sort of reader than Harry Potter, although I'm sure there are some overlapping fans.
I predict that it will do extremely well overseas.
I really hope and think you are wrong psychicmuse2.
But remember it opened in 3,620 theaters, the widest Jim Carrey release ever, Paramount have done a great job promoting it on the Internet and this week is normally a very good box office weekend (I am thinking of Lord or the Rings lol).
Maybe people wait till next week to see it. I think it will gross more the second week than in its first week. But $50 Million is absolutly possible this weekend, I will be very disapointed if it only gross $25-30 Million.
Friday and Saturday:
No. 1 / Lemony Snicket / $10,363,959 / 1 day (17-12-2004) / $2,863 per screen
No. 1 / Lemony Snicket / $11,349,235 / 2 days (18-12-2004) / $3,135 per screen
I was hoping for a better opening, but I think it is ok.
Last edited by TNPihl on Wed Dec 22, 2004 12:27 am, edited 1 time in total.
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