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Unboxing: Loot Crate’s March 2017 Box “Primal”

Loot Crate‘s March 2017 release has arrived and here’s what you can find inside. The theme for this month is “Primal” so check out what’s inside including items from Jurassic World, Predator, Overwatch, and Logan.

There’s a decent amount of items in the box and some cool properties, but how do they stack up?! Find out!

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SDCC 2016: Stan Lee and Factory Entertainment’s Exclusives

Factory Entertainment has some very exciting stuff happening at its San Diego Comic-Con booth (#2647) this year! In addition to the following EXCLUSIVE, highly-detailed, LIMITED EDITION collectibles based on today’s hottest properties, we’re absolutely thrilled to announce another very special and very limited convention exclusive and an in-booth appearance by the legendary Stan Lee on Friday, July 22nd (keep scrolling for event details)

Here is a sneak peek of the exclusive, limited edition, Comic-Con products from Factory Entertainment that are available for pre-order online or for purchase at the Factory Entertainment booth (#2647) at San Diego Comic-Con (subject to availability):

image003Batman v Superman Emblem Pop Pocket™ – 2016 San Diego Comic-Con Convention – The perfect convention lanyard accessory for keeping your credit cards, coins, ID secure and readily available this SDCC, our Batman v Superman Emblem Pop Pocket™ is ready to join you on your adventures through the halls! Pop Pockets™ are part of a larger range which will feature characters and emblems from your favorite pop-culture properties. Limited to 500 pieces. Available HERE for $6 to pre-order or at San Diego Comic-Con, Booth # 2647 July 20 – 24, 2016.

 

image005Back To The Future Time Circuit Keychain – 2016 San Diego Comic-Con Convention Exclusive – Your travels will always be in style with Factory Entertainment’s 2016 Convention Exclusive Back To The Future Time Circuit Keychain! Featuring this year’s SDCC dates and times of July 20, 2016 6:00 PM to July 24, 2016 5:10 PM, our Time Circuit will allow you to relive the experience over and over and over and over and over… AGAIN! Limited to 500 pieces. Available HERE for $12 to pre-order at or at San Diego Comic-Con, Booth # 2647 July 20 – 24, 2016.

 

image007Batman SWAT Camouflage Batarang – 2016 San Diego Comic-Con Convention Exclusive – The Batarang has always been one of the coolest comic-book gadgets, and now Comic-Con attendees and our newsletter subscribers can own Factory Entertainment’s SWAT™ version of the Dark Knight’s signature weapon with our San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive SWAT™ Camouflage Batarang!  Featuring sound, the Batarang “swooshes” through the air when activated! Perfect for cosplay and role-play! Limited to 500 pieces. Available HERE for $15 to pre-order at or at San Diego Comic-Con, Booth # 2647 July 20 – 24, 2016.

 

image009Jurassic World Maps & Signs Lithograph Print Set – 2016 San Diego Comic-Con Convention Exclusive – This numbered limited edition set contains ten different archival quality lithographs printed on textured heavyweight acid-free stock, packaged in a folio cover. Each print features production artwork directly from the studio and is a mixture of maps and signage from the park, some that you may have glimpsed in the film and others that have never been seen before in close up detail. Prints include: Isla Nublar Map, Isla Nublar Multi-lingual Welcome, Gyrosphere Valley Map, Gyrosphere Valley Warning Sign, Isla Nublar Geographic Map, Lagoon Map, Location Map, Respect The Dinos Sign, Do Not Feed Sign and Creation Labs Sign. Individual Print Size 8” x 12”. Limited to 500 pieces. Available HERE for $25 to pre-order at or at San Diego Comic-Con, Booth # 2647 July 20 – 24, 2016.

 

image010Ghostbusters (2016) Lithographic Print Set – 2016 San Diego Comic-Con Convention Exclusive – There’s something strange in the neighborhood, and it glows in the dark! Celebrate the theatrical release of the new Ghostbusters movie with our San Diego Comic-Con Convention Exclusive Lithographic Print Set, featuring eight different archival quality lithographs, plus an extra exclusive print that glows in the dark! Individual Print Size 8” x 12”. Limited to 500 pieces Available HERE for $25 to pre-order or at San Diego Comic-Con, Booth # 2647 July 20 – 24, 2016.

 

image012Game Of Thrones Direwolf Cub 6 Inch Plush Box Set – San Diego Comic-Con Convention ExclusiveThree different sets: 1) Shaggydog, Summer and Lady, $30; 2) Shaggydog, Summer, Lady & Ghost, $40;  All 6 Direwolf Cubs, $55 – As seen on the smash hit show, Game of Thrones, the children of House Stark discovered and adopted a litter of direwolf cubs, with each child paired to a distinct animal that he or she raised. They eventually grew to become fearsome guardians of the Starks and Jon Snow. These 6” tall direwolf cubs are ready to join you on any adventure through Westeros and beyond! Available HERE to pre-order or at San Diego Comic-Con, Booth # 2647 July 20 – 24, 2016.

 

image014Archer’s “Enormous Package” – 2016 San Diego Comic-Con Convention Exclusive – For only $50 you can take home $250 worth of our most popular collectibles featuring the world’s most animated spy! Archer’s “enormous package” includes a dolphin puppet, a beach towel, a metal drink bottle, a talking bottle opener, a Premium Motion Statue™ and more! This San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive box is limited to only 100 pieces so act fast. The only thing worse than missing this deal would be killing a unicorn! Available HERE for $50 to pre-order or at San Diego Comic-Con, Booth # 2647 July 20 – 24, 2016.

 

image016DC Comics Catwoman Ame-Comi Kabuki Premium Motion Statue – 2016 San Diego Comic-Con Convention Exclusive – Everyone’s favorite cat burglar is back in the Ame-Comi style! Catwoman stands 10 inches high and is crafted from heavyweight polystone. The backdrop is a thick rolled metal, decorated with a stunning blood red moon. This 2016 SDCC exclusive variant pays homage to classic Kabuki style. Each statue is individually numbered and includes a certificate of authenticity. Limited to 300 pieces. Available HERE for $100 to pre-order or at San Diego Comic-Con, Booth # 2647 July 20 – 24, 2016.

 

STAN LEE EXCLUSIVE AND SPECIAL EVENT

image018Stan Lee Signature Edition Talking Plush & Poster – San Diego Comic-Con Convention Exclusive Bundle and BOOTH APPEARANCE – We’re absolutely thrilled to announce another very special and very limited convention exclusive and a Factory Entertainment in-booth appearance (#2647) by the legendary STAN LEE on Friday July 22 at 4:00 pm!* 150 lucky fans who purchase our 2016 SDCC Exclusive Stan Lee Bundle will not only receive our 15” tall Stan Lee talking plush, which speaks 6 phrases specially recorded by Stan for this item and includes a signature card hand-signed by Stan, they will also get an exclusive 11” x 17” print from Stan’s latest project, entitled ‘STAN LEE’S GOD WOKE’, a digital graphic novel debuting this year at SDCC and created in collaboration with William Shatner and Deadpool creator Fabian Nicieza. Best of all, purchasers of the 2016 SDCC Exclusive Stan Lee Bundle who are attending Comic-Con will have the opportunity to meet and greet Stan at our booth as he personally hands them their exclusive bundle. This San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive Bundle is limited to only 150 pieces. Available HERE for $125 to pre-order or at San Diego Comic-Con, Booth # 2647 July 20 – 24, 2016.

*The length of Stan Lee’s appearance is subject to his schedule and as many purchasers of the exclusive bundle will be allowed to meet and greet him, on a first-come, first served basis, as his schedule permits. Purchasers of the exclusive bundle who can’t make it to our booth during Stan Lee’s appearance may pick it up at our booth at any time during the show or have it shipped after July 24th via the least expensive shipping method.

Star Wars Crosses $700 Million

star-wars-force-awakens-official-posterStar Wars: The Force Awakens was the top of the box office for the third week in a row adding an estimated $88.3 million to its total. The film ends the year crossing the $700 million mark with $740.27 million to be the top grossing film domestically.

The film’s success made it the second largest January weekend of all time falling about $4.5 million short of the record back in 2009 when Avatar was in theaters. The Force Awakens will likely pass that film’s all time domestic record of $760.5 million this coming week. The film is also the fastest film to cross $700 million domestically, doing in 16 days what it took Avatar 72 to do. The Force Awakens currently is the sixth highest grossing film of all time, and it will likely move in to fourth in a day or two and in to third be the end of the week the latest.

For the rest of the weekend box office, Daddy’s Home was in second place earning $29 million, with The Hateful Eight coming in third as it increased its theater count. That film earned an estimated $16.2 million. Sisters came in fourth adding $12.58 million to its total after three weeks. Rounding out the top five, Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip earned an estimated $11.8 million.

Here’s the totals to end the year.

Domestic

  1. Star Wars: The Force Awakens – $740.27 million
  2. Jurassic World – $652.27 million
  3. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $459.01 million
  4. Inside Out – $356.46 million
  5. Furious 7 – $353.01 million

Worldwide

  1. Jurassic World – $1.6690 billion
  2. Furious 7 – $1.5150 billion
  3. Star Wars: The Force Awakens – $1.5108 billion
  4. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $1.4050 billion
  5. Minions – $1.1573 billion

Comic Adaptations Domestic

  1. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $459.01 million
  2. Ant-Man – $180.20 million
  3. Kingsman: The Secret Service – $128.26 million
  4. The Peanuts Movie – $128.78 million
  5. Fantastic Four – $56.12 million
  6. Diary of a Teenage Girl – $1.48 million

Comic Adaptations Worldwide

  1. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $1.4050 billion
  2. Ant-Man – $519.25 million
  3. Kingsman: The Secret Service – $414.35 million
  4. The Peanuts Movie – $205.86 million
  5. Fantastic Four – $167.98 million
  6. Diary of a Teenage Girl – $1.48 million

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Crosses $1 Billion, Stays in First

star-wars-force-awakens-official-posterThe records keep falling to Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The film broke even more records this past weekend. The film cross the $1 billion mark worldwide in record time. The film earned an estimated $153.5 million this past weekend, the highest second weekend of all time. It beat the previous record holder, Jurassic World, by $46.9 million. The film has earned $544 million domestically and $546 million internationally for a total of $1.09 billion.

In just two weekends, the film is now the second highest grossing domestic release in 2015 and the fifth worldwide. Avatar holds the domestic record of $760.5 million, and it’s not a question “if” Star Wars will top that, but more likely “when” will it top that. The film is currently fifteenth in the all-time non-adjusted grosses. It would have to over double its earnings, and has yet to open in some key markets like China.

A whole bunch of other films opened up this weekend as well.

Daddy’s Home opened in second place earning an estimated $38.8 million, better than expectations. Joy opened in third with $17.5 million. Concussion, which takes on the NFL and football, opened in sixth with $11 million. The Point Break remake came in eighth earning an estimated $10.2 million. The Hateful Eight opened in limited released coming in eleventh and earning $4.5 million. Also opening in limited release, The Revenant earned an estimated $471,000 and came in 21st; Mr. Six earned $286,847 for 24th place; and 45 Years earned $69,300 for 29th place.

Here’s this year’s top earners so far:

Domestic

  1. Jurassic World – $652.27 million
  2. Star Wars: The Force Awakens – $544.57 million
  3. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $459.01 million
  4. Inside Out – $356.46 million
  5. Furious 7 – $353.01 million

Worldwide

  1. Jurassic World – $1.6690 billion
  2. Furious 7 – $1.5150 billion
  3. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $1.4050 billion
  4. Minions – $1.1573 billion
  5. Star Wars: The Force Awakens – $1.0906 billion

Comic Adaptations Domestic

  1. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $459.01 million
  2. Ant-Man – $180.20 million
  3. Kingsman: The Secret Service – $128.26 million
  4. The Peanuts Movie – $127.60 million
  5. Fantastic Four – $56.12 million
  6. Diary of a Teenage Girl – $1.48 million

Comic Adaptations Worldwide

  1. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $1.4050 billion
  2. Ant-Man – $518.63 million
  3. Kingsman: The Secret Service – $414.35 million
  4. The Peanuts Movie – $172.74 million
  5. Fantastic Four – $167.98 million
  6. Diary of a Teenage Girl – $1.48 million

Star Wars Dominates the Box Office, Chipmunks Squeak With Dud

star-wars-force-awakens-official-posterIf you watched the new you might not know there were multiple movies opening this weekend. Star Wars: The Force Awakens dominated the box office shattering records, as was expected. The film earned an estimated $238 million domestically and $279 million internationally to give it a total of $517 million after less than a week.

I won’t rehash all of the records crushed by the film, you can read those here. The big questions now, 1) How quickly will the film reach $1 billion; 2) Will it top Avatar as the top grossing domestic film; 3) Will it top Avatar as the top grossing film of all time not adjusted for inflation?

There were other films that opened this weekend!

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip came in second place and earned an estimated $14.4 million. That’s far less than the previous film’s debut of $23.2 million and continues a decline for the film series.

Sisters opened in third and brought in $13.4 million, about the same as This is 40 which also opened against a big film and both had similar reviews.

Two Bollywood films opened too. Diwale came in ninth earning $1.875 million and Bajirao Mastani came in tenth earning $1.66 million.

For films already playing, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 was fourth with an estimated $5.7 million, and Creed was fifth adding $5.1 million to its total.

Here’s this year’s top earners so far:

Domestic

  1. Jurassic World – $652.27 million
  2. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $459.01 million
  3. Inside Out – $356.46 million
  4. Furious 7 – $353.01 million
  5. Minions – $336.05 million

Worldwide

  1. Jurassic World – $1.6690 billion
  2. Furious 7 – $1.5150 billion
  3. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $1.4050 billion
  4. Minions – $1.1573 billion
  5. Inside Out – $851.6 million

Comic Adaptations Domestic

  1. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $459.01 million
  2. Ant-Man – $180.20 million
  3. Kingsman: The Secret Service – $128.26 million
  4. The Peanuts Movie – $126.32 million
  5. Fantastic Four – $56.12 million
  6. Diary of a Teenage Girl – $1.48 million

Comic Adaptations Worldwide

  1. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $1.4050 billion
  2. Ant-Man – $518.63 million
  3. Kingsman: The Secret Service – $414.35 million
  4. Fantastic Four – $167.98 million
  5. The Peanuts Movie – $145.27 million
  6. Diary of a Teenage Girl – $1.48 million

Mockingjay Part 2 Remains Number 1, In the Heart of the Sea S(t)inks

mockingjaypostersmallFour weeks in the box office, and for weeks number one at the box office. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 remained in first place adding an estimated $11.3 million to its domestic total. The film has earned $244.49 million domestically and $564.59 million globally in its run so far. It will likely be bumped from first place this coming week as Star Wars: The Force Awakens debuts in theaters.

New film In the Heart of the Sea hit a stormy patch as the film earned an estimated $11 million, a disappointment. The film is rumored to have a budget around $100 million and needed to open around $30 million to be considered healthy.

The Big Short also debuted earning an estimated $720,000. The film opened in only 8 theaters which gives it a very health $90,000 per theater average.

For the rest of the top five for the weekend. The Good Dinosaur was in third with $10.5 million earning, Creed was fourth adding $10.12 million, and Krampus was fifth with $8.01 million.

Domestic

  1. Jurassic World – $652.27 million
  2. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $459.01 million
  3. Inside Out – $356.46 million
  4. Furious 7 – $353.01 million
  5. Minions – $335.97 million

Worldwide

  1. Jurassic World – $1.6690 billion
  2. Furious 7 – $1.5150 billion
  3. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $1.4050 billion
  4. Minions – $1.1572 billion
  5. Inside Out – $851.6 million

Comic Adaptations Domestic

  1. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $459.01 million
  2. Ant-Man – $180.16 million
  3. Kingsman: The Secret Service – $128.26 million
  4. The Peanuts Movie – $124.96 million
  5. Fantastic Four – $56.12 million
  6. Diary of a Teenage Girl – $1.48 million

Comic Adaptations Worldwide

  1. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $1.4050 billion
  2. Ant-Man – $518.59 million
  3. Kingsman: The Secret Service – $414.35 million
  4. Fantastic Four – $167.98 million
  5. The Peanuts Movie – $141.57 million
  6. Diary of a Teenage Girl – $1.48 million

Mockingjay Part 2 Stays in First for Third Week

mockingjaypostersmallThe Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 was in first place this past weekend for the third week in a row. The film earned $18.6 million to bring its domestic total to $227.1 million.

The film fought off some competition that came close to toppling it. Krampus debuted and brought in an estimated $16 million. With a budget of $15 million, that’s a solid debut.

Other new films Chi-Raq and The Letters didn’t do as well. Chi-Raq was in 13th place earning an estimated $1.25 million and The Letters earned $802,000.

For the rest of the top five, Creed was in third earning an estimated $15.54 million, The Good Dinosaur was fourth at $15.51 million, and Spectre was fifth with $5.4 million.

Here’s this year’s top five films domestically and worldwide so far as well as how “comic book movies” have done:

Domestic

  1. Jurassic World – $652.2 million
  2. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $459.01 million
  3. Inside Out – $356.43 million
  4. Furious 7 – $352.79 million
  5. Minions – $335.87 million

Worldwide

  1. Jurassic World – $1.6689 billion
  2. Furious 7 – $1.5148 billion
  3. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $1.4050 billion
  4. Minions – $1.1571 billion
  5. Inside Out – $851.6 million

Comic Adaptations Domestic

  1. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $459.01 million
  2. Ant-Man – $180.09 million
  3. Kingsman: The Secret Service – $128.26 million
  4. The Peanuts Movie – $121.44 million
  5. Fantastic Four – $56.12 million
  6. Diary of a Teenage Girl – $1.48 million

Comic Adaptations Worldwide

 

  1. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $1.4050 billion
  2. Ant-Man – $518.52 million
  3. Kingsman: The Secret Service – $414.35 million
  4. Fantastic Four – $167.98 million
  5. The Peanuts Movie – $134.67 million
  6. Diary of a Teenage Girl – $1.48 million

 

Mockingjay Holds on to First with The Good Dinosaur and Creed Performing Well

mockingjaypostersmallThe Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 held on to first place in its second week at the box office. The film added an estimated $51.6 million to its domestic total. The film has earned $198.3 million in two weeks and $440.7 million worldwide. The film dropped 49.7% from its first week, making it the only Hunger Games film to drop less than 50%.

Two movies debuted this past week coming in second and third, and a third debuted coming in at number 12 for the weekend. The Good Dinosaur came in second and earned $39.2 million, while Creed debuted in third with $30.1 million. Victor Frankenstein was dead on arrival, earning $2.35 million. The Good Dinosaur did well for the time period it opened, but compared to other Pixar films, it didn’t do so well.

The Good Dinosaur and Creed bumped Spectre to fourth with $12.8 million and The Peanuts Movie to fifth with $9.7 million.

Here’s this year’s top five films domestically and worldwide so far:

Domestic

  1. Jurassic World – $652.2 million
  2. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $459.01 million
  3. Inside Out – $356.29 million
  4. Furious 7 – $352.79 million
  5. Minions – $335.84 million

Worldwide

  1. Jurassic World – $1.6689 billion
  2. Furious 7 – $1.5148 billion
  3. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $1.4050 billion
  4. Minions – $1.1571 billion
  5. Inside Out – $851.5 million

Mockingjay Breaks $100 million in Debut Weekend

mockingjaypostersmallThe Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 topped the box office with an estimated $101 million. That’s the fifth movie to open above $100 million this year. The film opened $20 million below the first part though. Of course people are calling the film a flop due to that lower opening, even though it was still above $100 million. There’s much debate as to the reason for the “lowish” opening.

Worldwide the film earned $247 million, which is $27.8 million behind Part 1’s $273.8 million. It is a bit apples and oranges comparison due to the film opening in different territories.

Spectre continued to earn, coming in second this weekend and bringing in an estimated $14.6 million. It has earned $153.7 million domestically in the three weeks its been open.

The Peanuts Movie came in third and brought in an estimated $12.8 million to bring its total to $98.9 million in three weeks.

Two new films were fourth and fifth. The Night Before was fourth bringing in an estimated $10.1 million, and fifth was The Secret in their Eyes which earned $6.6 million.

In other geeky films, Minions added $111,930 after 20 weeks.

Domestic

  1. Jurassic World – $652.2 million
  2. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $459.01 million
  3. Inside Out – $356.16 million
  4. Furious 7 – $352.79 million
  5. Minions – $335.63 million

Worldwide

  1. Jurassic World – $1.6689 billion
  2. Furious 7 – $1.5148 billion
  3. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $1.4050 billion
  4. Minions – $1.1569 billion
  5. Inside Out – $851.3 million

Spectre Stays on Top and Crosses $500 million Worldwide

Spectre PosterSpectre remained at the top spot at the box office as it faced little competition in new films this week. The latest Bond film earned $35.4 million over the weekend bringing its domestic total to $130.7 million in its second week. The film is dominating overseas. It earned an estimated $48 million in China, and if true, that’s the largest opening weekend and largest opening over three days of all time for any 2D US film. Skyfall earned $49 million for its entire China run. All together the film is close to $550 million worldwide at this point.

The Peanuts were second for the weekend adding $24.2 million to its total bringing the film to a total of $82.5 million domestically after two weeks.

As far as new films, Love the Coopers did best bringing in $8.4 million and coming in third. The 33 was fifth, earning $5.85 million. Prem Ratan Dhan Payo debuted in eighth and brought in $2.4 million. And finally, My All American was twelfth and earned $1.392 million.

In geek related films Minions added $151,410 to its total after 19 weeks at the box office. Jurassic World added $75,210 to its impressive total.

Here’s the top totals for the year to date.

Domestic

  1. Jurassic World – $652.18 million
  2. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $459.01 million
  3. Inside Out – $356 million
  4. Furious 7 – $352.79 million
  5. Minions – $335.48 million

Worldwide

  1. Jurassic World – $1.6689 billion
  2. Furious 7 – $1.5148 billion
  3. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $1.4050 billion
  4. Minions – $1.1567 billion
  5. Inside Out – $851.2 million
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