AGEBOC IX – Week Four

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Predict the #1 film for the weekend of May 26-28th, 2017.  The one who predicts closest to the total Friday to Sunday gross for the #1 film wins 4 points. Runner-up gains 2 points. Predicting within half a million earns 2 extra points.

Deadline is Friday, May 26th at 12:00 pm (EST)

  1. What will Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales earn this weekend?
  2. What will Baywatch earn this weekend?

Current rankings:
Filmman – 7
Jackrabbit Slim – 17
James – 1
Joe – 5
Juan – 5
Marco – 1
Rob – 7

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10 responses »

  1. Remember when Memorial Day weekend used to be a big deal at the movies? Now we have the half dead Pirates series and…Baywatch clogging up multiplexes.

  2. Baywatch – $45.1m
    Pirates – $38.3m

    They’ve been pushing Baywatch really hard here in Australia at least and with The Rock’s popularity I could see that doing pretty well.

    As for Pirates, the fall in Depp’s reputation I think will hurt it bigtime and the reviews here in Australia so far are terrible (films in Oz open on Thursday)

  3. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – $65 million
    Baywatch – $24 million

  4. To answer Slim’s question above this is FRI-SUN ONLY. That’s how we’ve usually done the contest.

    Pirates – 59m
    Baywatch – 23m

  5. Baywatch is gonna to open to less than half industry projections with a bow in the high teens. A rare misfire for Dwayne Johnson and an all too frequent misfire for the studio (albeit one they can blame on the last regime.)

    Pirates 5: Juan +4, James +2
    Baywatch: James +4, Juan +2

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