With most studios avoiding the early March window due to Captain Marvel, this week’s update briefly focuses on Paramount’s Wonder Park — slated to open March 15.
At this time, tracking metrics are comparable to the studio’s Sherlock Gnomes, which opened to $10.6 million last March. Wonder Park‘s debut between late February’s How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World and late March’s Dumbo could soften demand in the family market, although appeal to children too young for the Marvel blockbuster should be a source of strength. We expect a fair amount of staying power after opening weekend, provided its theater count holds up.
|Release Date||Title||3-Day Wide Release Tracking||% Chg from Last Week||Domestic Total Forecast||% Chg from Last Week||Estimated Location Count||Distributor|
|1/25/2019||The Kid Who Would Be King||$10,000,000||$40,000,000||3,400||Fox|
|2/1/2019||Miss Bala||$9,000,000||$25,000,000||2,600||Sony / Columbia|
|2/8/2019||Cold Pursuit||$13,000,000||$40,000,000||Lionsgate / Summit|
|2/8/2019||The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part||$59,000,000||-2%||$200,000,000||-6%||Warner Bros.|
|2/8/2019||The Prodigy||$5,500,000||NEW||$12,000,000||NEW||Orion Pictures|
|2/8/2019||What Men Want||$25,000,000||$63,000,000||Paramount|
|2/13/2019||Happy Death Day 2U||$20,000,000||-17%||$52,000,000||Universal|
|2/13/2019||Isn’t It Romantic||$14,000,000||$54,000,000||Warner Bros.|
|2/14/2019||Alita: Battle Angel||$15,500,000||$44,000,000||Fox|
|2/14/2019||Fighting with My Family||n/a||n/a||MGM|
|2/22/2019||How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World||$44,000,000||$155,000,000||Universal|
|2/22/2019||The Turning||n/a||n/a||Universal / Amblin|
|3/1/2019||Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral||$27,000,000||$68,000,000||Lionsgate|
|3/8/2019||Captain Marvel||$160,000,000||$465,000,000||Disney / Marvel|
|3/15/2019||No Manches Frida 2||n/a||n/a||Lionsgate / Pantelion Films|
Tracking and forecasts are subject to change each week as marketing, reviews, and other factors are taken into consideration.
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