Thursday Morning Update: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles had the biggest fall on Wednesday amongst the new openers as it dropped 33% to 11,193, down from 16,799 tweets on Tuesday.
By comparison, Transformers: Age Of Extinction had 78,963 tweets its Wednesday before release while Godzilla had 48,112. We are predicting $40 million for the film on the weekend which will be good enough for #2 on the weekend behind the returning Guardians Of The Galaxy‘s $44 million.
Into The Storm eclipsed the Turtles for the first time on the week on Wednesday as it rose 200% to 21,078 tweets, up from 7,030 tweets on Tuesday. Very strong increase for the film and as such we are predicting $14 million for it over the weekend.
Step Up All In and The Hundred Foot Journey both had trouble at posting a big increase on Wednesday as they rose 1% and 16% respectively. Yes its true this was much better than Turtles in terms of increases but the lower numbers overall here really limit their potential. We are predicting $10.2 million and $10.3 million respectively for the films.
Twitter Top 15 Movies for Wednesday August 6th
|1 (-)||Guardians of the Galaxy||83,096||89,093||284,980||7.22%|
|2 (+3)||Into the Storm||7,030||21,078||37,363||199.83%|
|3 (-)||If I Stay||16,227||17,650||49,554||8.77%|
|4 (+3)||The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1||5,605||12,774||24,403||127.90%|
|5 (-3)||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)||16,799||11,193||43,426||-33.37%|
|6 (-)||The Expendables 3||5,695||6,030||19,420||5.88%|
|7 (+4)||Avengers: Age of Ultron||4,511||5,582||14,221||23.74%|
|8 (+1)||Step Up All In||5,062||5,103||16,334||0.81%|
|9 (-1)||Transformers: Age of Extinction||5,339||5,055||18,054||-5.32%|
|11 (-7)||Let’s Be Cops||10,711||4,055||23,265||-62.14%|
|12 (-2)||22 Jump Street||4,627||3,927||14,842||-15.13%|
|13 (-1)||Dawn of The Planet of The Apes||4,258||3,502||12,441||-17.75%|
|14 (-)||Fifty Shades of Grey||3,792||3,493||12,564||-7.89%|
|15 (+2)||Before I Go to Sleep||2,823||2,847||9,216||0.85%|
|28 (+3)||The Hundred-Foot Journey||942||1,097||2,980||16.45%|