Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies: Kelvin Universe' started by RAMA, Apr 26, 2013.
No, it wasn't.
There'll definitely be another movie.
With this one underperforming, I won't count my chickens until they're hatched.
Nothing wrong with erring on the side of caution.
I believe STID will repeat Star Trek box office in USA and will have a small increase in other countries compared with first one. But to my disappointment, I am convinced of that the film will not reach more than $ 450 million Worldwide.
$450 million worldwide would fall short of Paramount's hopes for how much the franchise could grow with STiD, but it would be good enough, especially for a franchise that was flat on its back just 10 years ago, and it would still place Trek among Paramount's top franchises. The budget for the next one will likely just be trimmed back a bit. There's still a long way to go with the foreign numbers, though, so we'll see where we end up.
Those are fantastic numbers..it came fairly close on Saturday to TH3 ($245k!), and beat it on Sunday! Word of mouth vs HT3's wom.
The movie has made $248,927,000 worldwide.
OS numbers are pretty bad but no new markets have opened, it looks like around a 40-50 percent drop across the board OS.
STiD should make around $10 million on Monday for a $48 million 4-day weekend.
Those numbers haven't really been updated since 19th May.
Plus the movie has yet to open in some fairly big markets.
There was an update for the foreign numbers today. $13.1 million added for a total of $102.1 million so far. That's from 15 markets. Lots of markets to go still.
Look at the Date on BOM. Other sites aren't even that up-to-date.
You're so cute.
The numbers for the individual countries lag on BOM, and on other sites, but if you look at the date for the foreign total of $102.1 million you'll see it's today's date. They update the individual countries when they get more particularized information.
Okay so where was 2009 by comparison? (I'm so lazy)
STiD has a much more staggered international release than Star Trek, but it's been posting good gains in the territories it's been released in so far. It's already made over 80% of Star Trek's foreign total.
Only the Hobbit was filmed that way.
That 13m is from 40odd markets not 15
EDIT: where does it say 15?
EDIT2: definitely from 40countries
BOM only has 15 individual territories listed. But you're absolutely right, Flake. It is currently 40 territories. I had forgotten that.
They also give the film a budget of 250 million.
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