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Avengers: Endgame is #1 while Far From Home Nears $1 Billion

Comic film adaptations are big dollars and we track how they do each week to see trends and what’s working and what’s not.


2018 wraps up… we think

This past week, no films from 2018 seem to have earned any new dollars so we’re giving it one more week before we consider 2018 wrapped and we report on how the year went.

But, so far…

2018 is a record-setting year for comic film adaptations. It has topped 2017’s record year and then some. Currently, comic adaptations have earned $2.697 billion domestically, $4.563 billion internationally, $7.260 billion worldwide, with a “profit” of $6.048 billion. That’s off of 10 films. 2017, with 16 films, saw domestic earnings of $2.365 billion, international earnings of $3.755 billion, worldwide earnings of $6.120 billion, and “profits” of $4.442 billion.

Here’s where 2018’s comic films stand as far as the actual numbers.

Total Domestic Gross: $2.697 billion
Total International Gross: $4.563 billion
Worldwide Gross: $7.260 billion
Total Reported Budgets: $1.187 billion
Total “Profit”: $6.048 billion

Average Domestic Gross: $269.7 million
Average International Gross: $456.3 million
Average: Worldwide Gross: $726.0 million
Average Budget: $131.9 million
Average Profit: $672.0 million

Below is where the films released stand when it comes to being compared to this year’s averages. Those in green are above average while those below are red.


And on to 2019!

In second place was Spider-Man: Far From Home which earned an estimated $21 million after two weekends at the top of the box office. Over the week, the film earned $80 million internationally. Domestically, the film has earned $319.7 million and with $651.1 million internationally, the film is nearing the $1 billion mark with $970.8 million worldwide.

In the biggest news, Avengers: Endgame is now the “all-time top-grossing film” officially passing the mark over the weekend. The film earned $1.2 million domestically over the weekend. Over the week it added around $3 million domestically and $6.4 million internationally. The total now stands at $2.790 billion passing Avatar by about $600,000. This does not factor in inflation in which case neither film is the all-time leader.

Dark Phoenix is still hanging on to the box office earning $183,000 domestically improving to #23 from last week’s #29. The film has earned $65.4 million domestically. Internationally, the film added about $2 million over the week to that total to bring it to $186.4 million and $251.7 million worldwide.

Shazam! also didn’t chart but it too has been earning money over the week. The film added $85,000 domestically to its total to bring that to $140.3 million. Along with its $224 million international earnings, the film has earned $364.3 million worldwide.


Here’s where 2019’s comic films stand as far as the actual numbers.

Total Domestic Gross: $1.945 billion
Total International Gross: $4.120 billion
Worldwide Gross: $6.065 billion
Total Reported Budgets: $1.197 billion
Total “Profit”: $4.869 billion

Average Domestic Gross: $243.1 million
Average International Gross: $515 million
Average: Worldwide Gross: $758.1 million
Average Budget: $149.6 million
Average Profit: $608.6 million

Below is where the films released stand when it comes to being compared to this year’s averages. Those in green are above average while those below are red.

The Lion King Debuts with a Record $185 Million While Endgame Sets a Record

The Lion King

As expected, The Lion King debuted in first place with an estimated $185 million setting a record for the month of July. The debut is the second-largest opening of the year and the seventh-largest of all-time.

The movie received an “A” CinemaScore from the opening weekend crowds which was 53% female and 50% of the audience was aged 25 or older.

The film also added $269 million internationally to bring that number to $346 million and $531 million worldwide.

In second place was Spider-Man: Far From Home which earned an estimated $21 million after two weekends at the top of the box office. Domestically, the film has earned $319.7 million and with $651.1 million internationally, the film is nearing the $1 billion mark with $970.8 million worldwide.

Toy Story 4 held on well and dipped to third place with an estimated $14.6 million to bring its domestic total to $375.5 million. Overseas, the film added $25.8 million to bring that total to $483.9 million and a worldwide total nearing $860 million.

Crawl came in fourth place with an estimated $6 million to bring its domestic total to $23.8 million. The film is in just about 26% of the marketplace internationally and earned $2.7 million to bring that total to just shy of $10 million.

Rounding out the top five was Yesterday which earned an estimated $5.1 million to bring its domestic total to $57.6 million. It added $4.3 million internationally for a total of $40.6 million total there.

In the biggest news, Avengers: Endgame is now the “all-time top-grossing film” officially passing the mark over the weekend. The film earned $1.2 million domestically over the weekend The total now stands at $2.79 billion and we’ll have more on that later today.

Dark Phoenix is still hanging on to the box office earning $183,000 domestically improving to #23 from last week’s #29. The film has earned $65.4 million domestically.

We’ll be back later for a deeper dive into this year and last year’s comic adaptations.

Spider-Man: Far From Home – Deluxe Edition

From the highly-anticipated sequel to Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming, the One:12 Collective presents Spider-Man: Far From Home.

The One:12 Collective Spider-Man: Far From Home figure comes with four head portraits, including an unmasked head featuring the likeness of Tom Holland. The web-slinger is outfitted in a fully upgraded tech-suit with web pattern detailing and spider insignia. Spider-Man comes complete with Tony Stark’s signature sunglasses, a web mask that fits over the heads of other One:12 Collective figures, web base that he can stand on, two different style weblines that attach to his web-shooting hands, and a posable webline that he can hold.

Peter Parker’s summer trip to Europe is turned upside down when he is recruited by Nick Fury to uncover the mystery of elemental creature attacks.

THE ONE:12 COLLECTIVE SPIDER-MAN FIGURE FEATURES:
  • One:12 Collective body with over 30 points of articulation
  • Four (4) head portraits
  • Hand painted authentic detailing
  • Approximately 16cm tall
  • Eight (8) interchangeable hands including 
    • One (1) pair of fists (L & R)
    • One (1) pair of web-shooting hands (L & R)
    • One (1) pair of posing hands (L & R)
    • One (1) pair of webline holding hands (L & R)
 COSTUME:
  • Fitted tech-suit with web pattern detailing and spider insignia
  • Web shooters (affixed to wrists)
  • Boots with web pattern detailing
ACCESSORIES:
  • One (1) pair of Tony Stark’s sunglasses
  • One (1) web mask
  • One (1) web base
  • One (1) webline style A
  • One (1) webline style B
  • One (1) posable webline
  • One (1) One:12 Collective display base with logo
  • One (1) One:12 Collective adjustable display post

Each One:12 Collective Spider-Man: Far From Home figure is packaged in a collector friendly box, designed with collectors in mind. Expected to ship in early 2020, it’s available for pre-order now and retails for $90.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Passes Spider-Man 3 while Avengers: Endgame Inches Closer to the Record

Comic film adaptations are big dollars and we track how they do each week to see trends and what’s working and what’s not.


2018 wraps up… or not

It looks like there’s still life when it comes to 2018’s films. Venom, which debuted in October 2018 saw an increase in its international earnings. The film added about $70,000 to its international total. Whether that’s actual dollars in or an adjustment is unknown but it pushes off our final evaluation of the year for another week.

But, so far…

2018 is a record-setting year for comic film adaptations. It has topped 2017’s record year and then some. Currently, comic adaptations have earned $2.697 billion domestically, $4.563 billion internationally, $7.260 billion worldwide, with a “profit” of $6.048 billion. That’s off of 10 films. 2017, with 16 films, saw domestic earnings of $2.365 billion, international earnings of $3.755 billion, worldwide earnings of $6.120 billion, and “profits” of $4.442 billion.

Here’s where 2018’s comic films stand as far as the actual numbers.

Total Domestic Gross: $2.697 billion
Total International Gross: $4.563 billion
Worldwide Gross: $7.260 billion
Total Reported Budgets: $1.187 billion
Total “Profit”: $6.048 billion

Average Domestic Gross: $269.7 million
Average International Gross: $456.3 million
Average: Worldwide Gross: $726.0 million
Average Budget: $131.9 million
Average Profit: $672.0 million

Below is where the films released stand when it comes to being compared to this year’s averages. Those in green are above average while those below are red.


And on to 2019!

In what wasn’t a surprise, Sony‘s Spider-Man: Far From Home took first place again, repeating on last week’s performance. The film brought in an estimated $45.3 million which is a 51% drop from the previous week. Domestically the film has earned $274.5 million.

Internationally, Spider-Man: Far From Home added $100 million to bring that total to $572.5 million. When it comes to the international total, the film is in first place, beating Spider-Man 3‘s $554.3 million.

Globally the film has earned $847 million after 17 days. The movie is $33.2 million behind 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming and $43.9 million behind 2007’s Spider-Man 3 for worldwide total.

Avengers: Endgame came in at #12 earning an estimated $1.7 million to bring its domestic total to $851.2 million. It also added $5 million to its international total over the week. It seems like the film is struggling to take the worldwide all-time total despite the “re-release,” but has gotten closer and now stands less than $8 million away from that record.

Dark Phoenix continues to slide coming in at #25 the past weekend. The film added an estimated $189,000 to its domestic total to bring that to $65.1 million after six weeks. The film has shown some life internationally, where it added $3.5 million to that total. With $249.6 million worldwide, the film now ranks #77 for all-time comic films when it comes to grosses.

Captain Marvel isn’t charting but still earning a decent chunk of change. Over the week, the film added $7,000 domestically. Worldwide, the film has earned $1.128 billion.

Shazam! also didn’t chart but it too has been earning money over the week. The film added $135,000 domestically to its total to bring that to $140.2 million. Along with its $224 million international earnings, the film has earned $364.2 million worldwide.


Here’s where 2019’s comic films stand as far as the actual numbers.

Total Domestic Gross: $1.895 billion
Total International Gross: $4.030 billion
Worldwide Gross: $5.925 billion
Total Reported Budgets: $1.197 billion
Total “Profit”: $4.728 billion

Average Domestic Gross: $236.8 million
Average International Gross: $503.8 million
Average: Worldwide Gross: $740.6 million
Average Budget: $149.6 million
Average Profit: $591.0 million

Below is where the films released stand when it comes to being compared to this year’s averages. Those in green are above average while those below are red.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Repeats in First

Spider-Man: Far From Home

In what wasn’t a surprise, Sony‘s Spider-Man: Far From Home took first place again, repeating on last week’s performance. The film brought in an estimated $45.3 million which is a 51% drop from the previous week. Domestically the film has earned $274.5 million.

Internationally, Spider-Man: Far From Home added $100 million to bring that total to $572.5 million. When it comes to the international total, the film is in first place, beating Spider-Man 3‘s $554.3 million.

Globally the film has earned $847 million after 17 days. The movie is $33.2 million behind 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming and $43.9 million behind 2007’s Spider-Man 3 for worldwide total.

In second place was Toy Story 4 which dropped 39% and earned an estimated $20.7 million. Domestically, the film has earned $36.4 million. Internationally, the film added $48.1 million for an overseas total that now stands at $424.7 million. Worldwide the film has earned $771.1 million. The film’s final key market is Germany where it opens August 15.

In third place was the new film Crawl. It fell just shy of estimates earning $12 million. The film played to an audience that was 51% male and 64% aged 25 or older. It received a “B” CinemaScore.

In fourth place was Stuber which opened with an estimated $8 million. The film received a “B” CinemaScore with an audience that was 56% male and 61% aged 25 or older.

Rounding out the top five was Yesterday with an estimated $6.8 million. That’s a drop of 33% in its third week. The film domestically has earned $48.3 million. Also, the film added $7.8 million internationally from 42 markets to bring that total to $32.2 million and a worldwide total of $80.5 million.

In other comic film stats…

Avengers: Endgame came in at #12 earning an estimated $1.7 million to bring its domestic total to $851.2 million. It seems like the film is struggling to take the worldwide all-time total despite the “re-release,” but has gotten closer and now stands less than $8 million away from that record.

Dark Phoenix continues to slide coming in at #25 the past weekend. The film added an estimated $189,000 to its domestic total to bring that to $65.1 million after six weeks.

We’ll be back in an hour for a deeper dive in to 2019’s comic film adaptations!

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Spider-Man: Far From Home Sets Records while Avengers: Endgame Inches Closer to the All-Time Record

Comic film adaptations are big dollars and we track how they do each week to see trends and what’s working and what’s not.


2018 wraps up…

With no films from 2018 grossing dollars in the past week, it looks like the year is finally wrapping up. If no film earns any money in the next week, we’ll officially call it and post our roundup and dive looking at 2018 compared to previous years. But, so far…

2018 is a record-setting year for comic film adaptations. It has topped 2017’s record year and then some. Currently, comic adaptations have earned $2.697 billion domestically, $4.562 billion internationally, $7.259 billion worldwide, with a “profit” of $6.047 billion. That’s off of 10 films. 2017, with 16 films, saw domestic earnings of $2.365 billion, international earnings of $3.755 billion, worldwide earnings of $6.120 billion, and “profits” of $4.442 billion.

Here’s where 2018’s comic films stand as far as the actual numbers.

Total Domestic Gross: $2.697 billion
Total International Gross: $4.562 billion
Worldwide Gross: $7.259 billion
Total Reported Budgets: $1.187 billion
Total “Profit”: $6.047 billion

Average Domestic Gross: $269.7 million
Average International Gross: $456.2 million
Average: Worldwide Gross: $725.9 million
Average Budget: $131.9 million
Average Profit: $671.9 million

Below is where the films released stand when it comes to being compared to this year’s averages. Those in green are above average while those below are red.


And on to 2019!

There was no doubt Spider-Man: Far From Home would win the weekend box office. The film had the largest six-day opening ever for a Tuesday release with $185.1 million. The film helped the top 12 films outperform the same weekend last year, the first time in four weeks this has happened.

The film earned about $91 million in its first three days and then topped that over the weekend bringing in another $93.6 million. That’s the 22nd largest six-day performance of all-time. It also earned the largest Tuesday opened day ever and second widest opening ever with 4,634 locations.

Far from Home is outpacing Spider-Man: Homecoming for the six days by over $30 million. It shouldn’t be a surprise the movie is a hit as it earned an “A” CinemaScore from opening crowds and a high rating online. The opening weekend crowd was 60% male and 42% aged 25 or older.

Internationally, the film earned $244 million from 66 markets to bring its overseas total to $395 million so far. Already the movie has earned $580.1 million worldwide off of a $160 million budget.

Avengers: Endgame dropped 49.3% to come in at #9 this past weekend. The movie added $3.1 million to its domestic total to bring that to $847.9 million. Internationally, the film earned $4.6 million over the past week bringing that total to $1.925 billion. Worldwide, the film has earned $2.772 billion.

The move to re-release the film with an extended scene gave the movie a boost but may not put it over the top of all-time worldwide box office leader of Avatar. It’s still about $16 million short. There’s still a chance it’ll break the record but it’ll be close.

Dark Phoenix continues its slide coming in at #15 with an estimated $439,000 to bring its domestic total to $64.6 million. Internationally, the film earned just $5,000 over the past week. There it has earned $181.1 million for a worldwide total of $245.7 million. The film moved up to #79 for worldwide earnings passing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, 2003’s Hulk, and 2014’s Hercules.

Captain Marvel isn’t charting but still earning a decent chunk of change. Over the week, the film added $37,000 domestically and $60,000 internationally to bring those totals to $426.8 million and $701.4 million. That’s a worldwide total of $1.128 billion.

Shazam! also didn’t chart but it too has been earning money over the week. The film added $84,000 domestically to its total to bring that to $140.1 million. Along with its $224 million international earnings, the film has earned $364.1 million worldwide.


Here’s where 2019’s comic films stand as far as the actual numbers.

Total Domestic Gross: $1.802 billion
Total International Gross: $3.848 billion
Worldwide Gross: $5.649 billion
Total Reported Budgets: $1.197 billion
Total “Profit”: $4.453 billion

Average Domestic Gross: $225.2 million
Average International Gross: $480.9 million
Average: Worldwide Gross: $706.2 million
Average Budget: $149.6 million
Average Profit: $556.6 million

Below is where the films released stand when it comes to being compared to this year’s averages. Those in green are above average while those below are red.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Opens with a Record $185 Million and Wins the Weekend Box Office

Spider-Man: Far From Home

There was no doubt Spider-Man: Far From Home would win the weekend box office. The film had the largest six-day opening ever for a Tuesday release with $185.1 million. The film helped the top 12 films outperform the same weekend last year, the first time in four weeks this has happened.

The film earned about $91 million in its first three days and then topped that over the weekend bringing in another $93.6 million. That’s the 22nd largest six-day performance of all-time. It also earned the largest Tuesday opened day ever and second widest opening ever with 4,634 locations.

Far from Home is outpacing Spider-Man: Homecoming for the six days by over $30 million. It shouldn’t be a surprise the movie is a hit as it earned an “A” CinemaScore from opening crowds and a high rating online. The opening weekend crowd was 60% male and 42% aged 25 or older.

Internationally, the film earned $244 million from 66 markets to bring its overseas total to $395 million so far. Already the movie has earned $580.1 million worldwide off of a $160 million budget.

In second place was Toy Story 4 for its third weekend. The film earned an estimated $34.4 million to bring its domestic total to $306.6 million. Internationally, the film earned over $43 million to bring that total to $343.4 million with a worldwide total of almost $650 million.

Yesterday dipped just 37% to come in third in its second weekend. The film earned an estimated $10.8 million to bring its domestic total to $36.8 million. It also added seven new international markets to bring that total to 35. There it earned nearly $8 million to bring the foreign box office total to over $20 million and a worldwide total of $57 million since opening.

Annabelle Comes Home came in fourth with an estimated $9.8 million. Domestically the film has earned $50.2 million after 12 days. Internationally, the film added over $20 million from 9 markets to bring its overseas total to nearly $85 million. Its worldwide total is $134.8 million so far off of a budget somewhere in the $27-32 million range.

Rounding out the top five was the live-action version f Aladdin which earned an estimated $7.6 million domestically after seven weeks. That total now stands at $320.8 million. Internationally, the film earned $16.2 million for a foreign box office total of $600.9 million. Worldwide, the film has earned $921.7 million so far.

Other comic films…

Avengers: Endgame dropped 49.3% to come in at #9. The movie added $3.1 million to its domestic total to bring that to $847.9 million. The move to re-release the film with an extended scene gave the movie a boost but may not put it over the top of all-time worldwide box office leader of Avatar.

Dark Phoenix came in at #15 with an estimated $439,000 to bring its domestic total to $64.6 million.

We’ll be back in an hour for a deeper dive into 2019, and maybe 2018’s films based on comics.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Opens with the Largest Tuesday Debut of All Time

Spider-Man: Far From Home

Spider-Man: Far From Home is going to win the weekend box office easy but the question is how high will it swing?

The film opened with the largest Tuesday debut of all time with $39.25 million. That beats the previous record holder which was The Amazing Spider-Man.

The Amazing Spider-Man opened with $137 million over six days in 2012. Sony is predicting $125 million for six days for Spider-Man: Far From Home. It’s likely the studio is underestimating the grosses due to 2019 seeing a string of films failing to meet expectations.

Spider-Man: Homecoming opened with $117 million in July 2017. It’s hard to compare the two films due to their opening days and when July 4th falls this year. Spider-Man: Far From Home is expected by some to bring in over $175 million over six days.

The film has opened up internationally with openings in China, Japan, and Hong Kong. So far it has earned $111 million. It expands to the rest of the world, minus Italy, this coming weekend. It opens in Italy on July 10.

Spider-Man: Far From Home update added to Marvel Future Fight

Marvel Future Fight Spider-Man: Far From Home

Spider-Man: Far From Home updates have officially been added to MARVEL Future Fight, the popular Super Hero mobile game by Netmarble Corp. The update includes new characters, uniforms, battles and other improvements all inspired by Marvel Studios’ upcoming film.

In the new Spider-Man: Far From Home update, Spider-Man must step up and take on new threats to the world. New characters featured in the film have been added to MARVEL Future Fight’s roster of Villains: Molten Man and Hydro-Man.

Spider-Man will receive brand new uniforms inspired by Spider-Man: Far From Home and its Stealth Suit. Mysteriowill also receive a new costume inspired by the filmAgents can suit up for battle with the All-New, All-Different uniform for Spider-Man 2099 as well.

In addition to new characters and costumes, a new Spider-Man: Far From Home theme has been added to Legendary Battle, along with three new stages and backgrounds inspired by the movie.

New ultimate skills have been added for Doctor Strange, who can now be upgraded to Tier-3; and the ‘Realize Potential’ feature is now available for Molten Man, Hydro-Man, Mysterio, Spider-Man 2099, Vulture, Sandman, Rhino, Lizard, Kraven the Hunter, and new character, Electro.

The update also brings improvements to Uru Growth System. Agents can now earn ‘Premium Uru’ if they compound 6-stars level of Uru.

Other improvements to MARVEL Future Fight include:

  • Agents can join ‘Battle Practice’ regardless of the daily limitation of entering World Event
  • Character gear can be upgraded with crystals after +15 level
  • Agents can now buy Stark’s Supply Chest once a month

MARVEL Future Fight recently celebrated its four-year anniversary with 100 million players across the world. The game is currently available worldwide in the App Store and Google Play.

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