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Post  webhead2006 on Wed Jun 27, 2012 2:16 pm

Since the film is a few days from launching in a few countries and this coming Tuesday for US. I thought we start up thread to place all box office records/information.

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Post  webhead2006 on Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:27 am

We now have first box office numbers for some international markets:
http://deadline.com/2012/07/spider-man-opens-bigger-than-avengers-in-early-foreign-markets-exclusive/
‘Spider-Man’ Opens Bigger Than ‘Avengers’ In Early Foreign Markets: EXCLUSIVE BY NIKKI FINKE | Sunday July 1, 2012 @ 12:01am PDT Email This

EXCLUSIVE: Sources are telling me that Sony Pictures’ The Amazing Spiderman swept the Asian box office this weekend as the much-anticipated actioner opened early in a handful of international territories. The reboot of Marvel’s most popular character will be released July 3rd in the U.S./Canada where rival studios report the tracking has been flat. ”It’s off to a fantastic start overseas,” an insider gushes to me. In Korea the 3D film debuted to $13M, bigger than Marvel’s The Avengers which scored one of the biggest openings ever there. The sources say that India took in $5+M, more than Avengers, for the biggest opening ever there for an American film. Singapore, Hong Kong, Phillippines all reported “huge” openings, too. It’s a very auspicious start for director Marc Webb and stars Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone in the Spider-Man origins film similar to the original told just 10 years ago. Disney may own Marvel now, but Sony Pictures doesn’t have to share its worldwide box office grosses from The Amazing Spider-Man. Instead, Disney/Marvel receives all the merchandising loot.

Some additional box office info:
http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/JoshWildingNewsAndReviews/news/?a=62726
BOX OFFICE: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Kicks Off Its International Opening With $50M

The Amazing Spider-Man has only opened in a handful of international markets,but as was reported yesterday evening,Marc Webb's reboot is off to an incredible start with over $50 million taken in boxoffice receipts. Josh Wilding - 7/1/2012

Despite some sceptics doubting that The Amazing Spider-Man would make a significant impact at the box office, it has now been revealed (via @giteshpandya) that the reboot is off to an impressive start, taking over $50 million in only 13 international territories. The film will begin rolling out in larger markets such as North America and the United Kingdom from this Tuesday. It made the most in Korea ($13.4 million), although Japan followed closely behind with $11.4 million. Surprisingly, it was in India that the film made the biggest impact, not with the largest amount (£6 million) but still the highest ever for an American film and 73% bigger than both Spider-Man 3 and Marvel's The Avengers. Moviegoers have clearly missed seeing the wallcrawler on the big screen!

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Post  webhead2006 on Mon Jul 02, 2012 11:24 pm

Some box office estimates:
http://hollywoodreporter.com/news/amazing-spider-man-emma-stone-andrew-garfield-344242
Box Office Preview: 'Amazing Spider-Man' Has Strong Shot at $120 Mil-Plus Debut

5:36 PM PDT 7/2/2012 by Pamela McClintock

Sony's superhero tentpole opens on the eve of the lucrative July 4th play period; on Thursday, "Katy Perry: Part of Me" enters the mix, followed by Oliver Stone's "Savages" on Friday.

Marking the summer's second superhero tentpole, The Amazing Spider-Man begins spinning its web at the North American box office at midnight Monday, hoping to relaunch the crucial franchise.

Spider-Man features a new look and feel, along with a new director -- Marc Webb -- and cast. Andrew Garfield replaces Tobey Maguire as Spider-Man, while Emma Stone plays the love interest.

Bullish box-office observers believe that Spider-Man could gross north of $120 million during the course of its six-day debut, while Sony puts the number in the $110 million to $120 million range, saying that's a strong start for a reboot.

The 3D movie is already doing bang-up business overseas, where it opened to a stellar $50.1 million from only 13 markets over the weekend. Spider-Man towered in Asia, led by Korea ($13.4 million) and Japan ($11.4 million), doing bigger business in some territories than box-office goliath The Avengers.

Prerelease tracking in North America shows that males of all ages are keen to see the film, while younger females also are expressing strong interest, thanks to the youthful cast and love story at the heart of the movie. Also, Sony's marketing campaign emphasized the untold story and secret that drives Peter Parker.

Spider-Man has more than two weeks of solid play time before Warner Bros. unfurls Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises.

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Post  webhead2006 on Tue Jul 03, 2012 2:20 pm

Midnight screening box office figures:
http://superherohype.com/news/articles/171463-amazing-spider-man-takes-in-75-million-in-midnights
The Amazing Spider-Man Takes in $7.5 Million in Midnights by Edward Douglas July 03, 2012 Share this story

On par with the midnight opening for Spider-Man 3

Sony Pictures is reporting that Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man brought in $7.5 million in 3,150 midnight screenings last night with $1.2 million, roughly 16% of that amount, coming from the 300 IMAX screens which had midnight showings.

This is similar to what Spider-Man 3 took in at midnight on May 4, 2007, and that ended up making $59.8 million its opening Friday on its way to a record-setting opening weekend of $151 million. Today being Tuesday may lower that amount considerably even with most schools being out and people leaving work early for the 4th of July holiday tomorrow. We couldn't find reports on what Spider-Man 2, the last installment to open over the Independence Day week, did in midnights but it made $40.4 million its opening day.

By comparison, Michael Bay's original Transformers did $8.8 million in midnights (including 10pm previews) when it opened on the same day five years ago. Its sequel Transformers: Rise of the Fallen made $16.6 in midnight screenings alone while last year's Transformers: Dark of the Moon did $13.5 million (again including previous night previews).

ComingSoon.net's box office guru The Weekend Warrior predicted an opening day of $27 to 30 million for The Amazing Spider-Man earlier today, but with $7.5 million already in the bank, it should definitely be on the higher side of that amount if not closer to the opening day of Spider-Man 2.

Stay tuned tomorrow and over the rest of the week for more updates on how The Amazing Spider-Man is doing compared to previous installments, and if you've seen the movie, make sure to let us know What You Think.

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Post  webhead2006 on Wed Jul 04, 2012 8:13 am

The Amazing Spider-Man Smashs Tues Opening records:
http://deadline.com/2012/07/spider-man-debuts-amazing-7-5m-midnights/
‘Amazing Spider-Man’ Shatters Tuesday Opening Box Office Record With $35M BY NIKKI FINKE | Tuesday July 3, 2012 @ 10:17pm PDT

TUESDAY 11 PM, 3RD UPDATE: More fireworks at the North American box office on the eve of U.S. Independence Day. My sources say Sony Pictures’ superhero reboot The Amazing Spider-Man opened with $35M (though some rival studios put the number in the neighborhood of $32M tonight). It easily sets a new domestic record for a Tuesday opening – helped by its 3D premium pricing – and is ahead of the original 2D Transformers ($27.8M) that debuted on Tuesday July 3rd, 2007. ”That is one huge number,” a Sony exec gushed to me tonight. “Unbelievable start to what should be a very exciting 6 days.”

TUESDAY 10 PM, 2ND UPDATE: No grosses yet. But I’m told Sony’s The Amazing Spider-Man received an ‘A-’ Cinemascore from audiences (an ‘A’ from under age 18 moviegoers) which should spur good word of mouth.

TUESDAY 6 PM UPDATE: Usually if a movie is opening well in 4,318 North American theaters, the Hollywood studio wants to shout the results. For some reason Sony Pictures today is “trying to keep a lid” on the North American grosses for its 3DThe Amazing Spider-Man, in the words of one exec to me. “At the end of the matinees we still have an incredible story to tell, especially knowing its a Tuesday night and not a Friday night. But the numbers don’t lie.” Frankly, I don’t get all the secrecy. Especially because, after claiming $7.5M in midnight shows and another $9.3M in matinees and pre-sales so far, the studio already has put $16.8M in the bank. “Is it crazy to hope to get $9M or $10M more out of a Tuesday night?” a Sony exec asks me. No, but what’s crazy is to keep it to yourselves. But the studio’s extreme nervousness reflects concerns over how this rebooted franchise will go over just 10 years after the original, even more so because of what Sony’s rivals have characterized as flat tracking even though this is Marvel’s most popular character.

The Marc Webb-directed superhero actioner starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone opened with $7.5 million in midnight showings from 3,150 theaters. (IMAX took in $1.2M on 300 screens for $4,000 per screen). That’s the same result as such blockbuster films as Iron Man 2, Pirates Of The Caribbean 2, and even Spider-Man 3 (playing in only 3,031 venues). “We’re right up there with big boys, giving us a great hand-off,” a Sony exec told me this morning. But none were 3D pics with its premium ticket prices. Its early international box office also has been stellar and so is this U.S./Canada debut. Last weekend The Amazing Spider-Man opened foreign with $50.2M, which was bigger than Marvel’s The Avengers in some of its 13 international markets. It swept the Asian box office this weekend as the much-anticipated actioner opened early in a handful of overseas territories.

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Post  webhead2006 on Thu Jul 05, 2012 9:42 pm

Day 2 box office figures:
http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/JoshWildingNewsAndReviews/news/?a=62994
The Hollywood Reporter reveals that The Amazing Spider-Man made $23.4 million at the box office yesterday, taking its current total in North America to $59.3 million. While its Tuesday opening of $35 million broke records, it failed to live up to the Wednesday record total made by the original Transformers back in 2007 ($29.1 million). The site also points out the fact that Spider-Man 2 made $22 million on July 4th, 2004. With an A- CinemaScore (and an A from moviegoers under the age of 18) and mostly positive reviews, it looks like Marc Webb's reboot will be a hit for Sony Pictures.

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Post  webhead2006 on Fri Jul 06, 2012 4:14 pm

Thursday boxoffice figure for TASM:
http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/envelope/cotown/la-et-ct-spider-man-thursday-box-office-20120706,0,1612475.story
Spider-Man' hits $75 million,'Katy Perry' opens to $3 million

"The Amazing Spider-Man" has racked up $75 million in domestic ticket sales in its first three days, while "Katy Perry: Part of Me" took in just $3.1 million on its first day.

The opening for Paramount Pictures' low-budget 3-D documentary about the pop star was a modest start, not only lagging behind the web slinger, but also "Ted," "Magic Mike" and "Brave."

Opening day audiences loved the picture, however, giving it an average grade of A, according to market research firm CinemaScore. "Part of Me" appears likely to match expectations among people who had seen pre-release surveys that the film would gross about $13 million through Sunday.

Sony Pictures' "Spider-Man" reboot, meanwhile, posted the second highest Thursday ever for a movie in its third day of release, behind 2007's "Transformers." It remains on track to gross a little less than $150 million through Sunday.

The more important total for "The Amazing Spider-Man" may come from overseas. Sony is premiering the film in 57 new foreign countries this weekend including the United Kingdom, Spain, Australia, Mexico and Russia and could easily take in more than $100 million by Sunday. That's on top of the movie's early start of $50 million last weekend from 13 international markets, most in Asia.

Sony executives expect "The Amazing Spider-Man" to ultimately gross significantly more internationally than in the U.S. and Canada.

Here are the top five movies at the box office on Thursday, according to studio estimates and Hollywood.com:

1. "The Amazing Spider-Man" (Sony): $15.8 million on its third day. Domestic total: $75 million.

2. "Ted" (Universal/Relativity/MRC): $8 million on its sixth day. Domestic total: $87.7 million.

3. "Magic Mike" (Warner Bros.): $4.7 million on its sixth day. Domestic total: $67.2 million.

4. "Brave" (Disney/Pixar): Estimated $5 million on its 13th day. Domestic total: $154.4 million.

5. "Katy Perry: Part of Me" (Paramount Insurge): $3.1 million on its first day.


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Post  webhead2006 on Sat Jul 07, 2012 11:32 am

Friday box office figures for TASM:
http://deadline.com/2012/07/spider-man-debuts-amazing-7-5m-midnights/
‘Spider-Man’ Post-Holiday $21M Friday And $140M Weekend; ‘Savages’, ‘Katy Perry’ Soft BY NIKKI FINKE | Saturday July 7, 2012 @ 3:31am PDT

Now for the better news: Sony/Columbia’s The Amazing Spider-Man is looking like $21M Friday for a weekend around $65M. That should give the 3D reboot a 6-day total of $140M through Sunday. Nice haul, but only middling when it comes to top moneymakers for that time period. Especially considering Spidey is Marvel’s most popular character. “In the world of reboots it’s pretty spectacular,” a Sony exec reminds. (Batman Begins came back with a $48.7M opening weekend, while X-Men First Class debuted to $55.1M.) Little wonder that Sony is fast-tracking the next installment of its new trilogy with fresh villains and storylines that should spark more interest in this too-soon reboot that was just a retread of the original origins saga.

1. The Amazing Spider-Man (Columbia/Sony) Week 1 [4,318 Theaters] PG13 Friday $21M, Weekend $65M, Cume $140M
2. Ted (Universal) Week 2 [3,256 Theaters] R Friday $11.3M (-45%), Weekend $36M, Cume $122.0M
3. Brave (Pixar/Disney) Week 3 [3,891 Theaters] PG Friday $7.2M, Weekend $24.0M, Cume $178.3M
4. Magic Mike (Warner Bros) Week 2 [3,120 Theaters] R Friday $6.2M (-68%), Weekend $18.5M, Cume $75.7M
5. Savages (Universal) NEW [2,628 Theaters] R Friday $5.2M, Weekend $15M
6. Madea’s Witness Protection (TPerry/Lionsgate) Week 2 [2,161 Theaters] Friday $3.6M (-64%), Weekend $11.7M, Cume $47.3M
7. Katy Perry: Part Of Me (Insurge/Paramount) Week 1 [2,730 Theaters] PG Friday $3.0M, Weekend $8.7M, Cume $11.8M
8. Madasgascar 3 (DreamWorks Anim/Paramount) Week 5 [2,861 Theaters] PG Friday $2.3M, Weekend $7.5M, Cume $195.8M
9. Moonrise Kingdom (Fox Searchlight) Week 6 [884 Theaters] PG13 Friday $1.3M, Weekend $4.6M, Cume $26.8M
10. To Rome With Love (Sony Classics) Week 3 [Theaters] R Friday $1.0M, Weekend $3.5M, Cume $5.2M

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Post  webhead2006 on Sun Jul 08, 2012 12:42 pm

Weekend box office info for TASM:
http://https://twitter.com/ERCboxoffice/status/221988139865096194
During its 6-day debut in North America, film managed to make $141 million ($65 million Friday-Sunday), plus the $200 million internationally brings the global total to $341.2 million. It's still hard to predict how much will the film make at the end, but with an "A-" Cinemascore it should have solid word-of-mouth and studio must be pleased with the results of this reboot. With sequel already scheduled to be released in 2014, it's safe to say that Spidey is back!

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Post  thecolorsblend on Sun Jul 08, 2012 1:46 pm

ERCboxoffice wrote:With sequel already scheduled to be released in 2014, it's safe to say that Spidey is back!
Um, he's been "gone" for a whoppin' five years. When fans have to wait almost twenty years just to get another movie (which turns out to be pure shit), let me know.

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Post  non_amos on Sun Jul 08, 2012 4:47 pm

I know this is the Spiderman thread & not the Batman thread but this could probably be posted in either one since I'm drawing a comparison here.

It wasn't too long ago that a lot of people questioned the validity of rebooting Spiderman so soon. Myself included. I mean, I thought we were gonna get SPIDERMAN 4 with Sam Raimi back at the helm & even the entire cast seemed willing to participate. Fans were still demanding that Dr. Connors become the Lizard. Raimi somehow didn't seem convinced & even tossed around the idea of the Vulture. I still don't get what Raimi's aversion was to using the Lizard?! Anyway, that seemed to be a go for a short time & then.....WHAM! Sony announced a reboot with a new director & all-new cast! And to top it off, the villain was gonna be..........THE LIZARD! So it kinda makes you wonder if some of the 'head-butting' that Raimi was doing with the studio maybe had something to do with his reluctance? I don't know. Could've been something else altogether.

I believe fan reaction was mixed. Even though SPIDERMAN 3 turned a lot of people off, it was still successful financially even if not so much critically. So a reboot so soon thereafter does seem questionable. Nevertheless the fans are obviously supporting the new film & personally, I loved it! New continuity & all of that but I still dug it! Everything may not have been logical or whatever but I didn't care. And no, this film is not as good as THE AVENGERS but here's the thing. I had FUN with this film just like I did with Avengers! So I guess that's what made it for me.

But what does this have to do with a BATMAN REBOOT you ask? Well, basically this point that I believe I read somewhere even on these forums. The point I think was this. The new Spiderman film was basically guaranteed to sell because it's got the name 'Spiderman' on it, so it's gonna be successful regardless. In much the same way, a Batman film is gonna be successful because it's got the name 'Batman' attached to it.

We've wondered here on these forums, just how are they gonna reboot after Nolan? I mean, dub brothers practically grovel at his feet! So how are we gonna pull off a Batman reboot? Well, do like they did with THE AMAZING SPIDERMAN! Remember, even though Nolan is revered, so was Raimi. Raimi was considered a genius, especially with the 1st 2 films but they still showed him the door, although his relationship with the studio was probably not as good as the one that Nolan enjoys. But Nolan is quitting anyway, right? So take a 4-year break or whatever & then pull an AMAZING! Maybe a similar Batman while being drastically different at the same time. And it will sell because it has the name 'Batman' attached to it. That's how I propose they solve the Batman reboot dilemma.

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Post  thecolorsblend on Sun Jul 08, 2012 8:02 pm

^ What he said.

The main reason to reboot Batman would be to come up with something a bit more shared universe-friendly than anything Nolan's been able to give us.

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Post  webhead2006 on Wed Jul 11, 2012 1:49 pm

TASM break 400mill worldwide:
http://www.thewrap.com/movies/article/amazing-spider-man-hits-400m-worldwide-box-office-47336
'Amazing Spider-Man' Hits $400M in Worldwide Box Office Todd Cunningham 07/11/2012 1:08 PM

"The Amazing Spider-Man" will pass the $400 million mark in worldwide box office Wednesday, Sony announced.

The franchise reboot took in $8.6 million Tuesday in North America for a domestic gross to date of $153.2 million. Through Tuesday, the film had made $231.8 million overseas for a worldwide total of $385 million.

"Spider-Man" made $65 million over the July 4 weekend, on its way to $140 million for the 6-day holiday frame in North America. it opened on the last weekend in June overseas and took in $50 million in its first three days of release abroad.

In all, the "Spider-Man" franchise has brought in $2.8 billion since the first film debuted in 2002. Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone star in the latest film, directed by Marc Webb.


http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/movies/news/a392755/andrew-garfields-the-amazing-spider-man-tops-uk-box-office.html?utm_source=twt&utm_medium=snets&utm_campaign=twitter
Andrew Garfield's 'The Amazing Spider-Man' tops UK box office

Published Wednesday, Jul 11 2012, 11:13 BST | By Simon Reynolds |

The Amazing Spider-Man has shot straight to the top of the UK box office on its debut weekend on release.

The Andrew Garfield-led superhero reboot pulls in more than £11 million to easily coast past its competition and secure the number one spot.

Amazing Spider-Man's opening total, which includes previews from Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, is more than the rest of the top ten combined and the second-highest UK debut of the year behind Avengers's £15.78 million haul.

Ice Age 4: Continental Drift falls down a place to number two, while The Five-Year Engagement holds its spot at number three.

Katy Perry's 3D concert movie Part of Me lands at number four with £449,491 from its 326 locations. The documentary's total falls short of last year's Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, which took £821,000 on its opening weekend, but outpaces Glee: The 3D Concert Movie's £356,271 from last August.

Elsewhere, the only other new release to make it into the top ten is Bollywood film Bol Bachchan at number eight.

The UK box office top ten in full:

1. (-) The Amazing Spider-Man - £11,091,972
2. (1) Ice Age 4: Continental Drift - £719,769
3. (3) The Five-Year Engagement - £514,702
4. (-) Katy Perry: Part of Me - £449,491
5. (4) Men in Black 3 - £389,853
6. (2) Prometheus - £324,779
7. (5) Snow White and the Huntsman - £312,318
8. (-) Bol Bachchan - £160,941
9. (7) Friends with Kids - £134,752
10.(10) Killer Joe - £122,831

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Post  webhead2006 on Sun Jul 15, 2012 10:26 am

Boxoffice update:
http://www.deadline.com/2012/07/ice-age-4-looking-like-14-5m-16m-friday-and-40m-44m-weekend/
BOX OFFICE: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Nearing $200M Domestic; $400M Worldwide

Ice Age 4 may have knocked The Amazing Spider-Man from the #1 spot in North America,but it was still a good weekend for Marc Webb's reboot as the film is now expected to end its boxoffice run with around $800 million worldwide. Read on for details. Josh Wilding - 7/15/2012

Deadline reports that Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man will finish this weekend with around $35 million; a decent -44% hold. Ice Age 4 (which grossed $45.5 million) is the reason why the Sony Pictures reboot only managed to hold on to the top spot for a week, although the release of The Dark Knight Rises next Friday is expected to completely suck the air out of the box office as Marvel's The Avengers did back in May. Back to this weekend though, and Spidey's latest big screen outing is expected to hit $200 million by close of business and actually passed the $400 million mark at the worldwide box office earlier this week. The studio are said to be confident that the film will end up grossing a worldwide cume of $800 million, although it still has quite a way to go before hitting that figure. Regardless, the film (which comes just 10 years after Spider-Man and five after Spider-Man 3 has been a success for the studio and a sequel is all but guaranteed at this point. Check out my interview with Marc Webb HERE and be sure to click HERE to read my 4* review of The Amazing Spider-Man.

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Post  thecolorsblend on Sun Jul 15, 2012 6:51 pm

Wowzers, so the Amazing Spider-Man has pretty much already done in two weeks what Singerman needed four or five months to do.

Yes, I will spike the football every time some other film kicks Singerman's ass.

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Post  non_amos on Sun Jul 15, 2012 7:14 pm

thecolorsblend wrote:Wowzers, so the Amazing Spider-Man has pretty much already done in two weeks what Singerman needed four or five months to do.

Yes, I will spike the football every time some other film kicks Singerman's ass.

http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=spiderman4.htm

Total Lifetime Grosses
Domestic: $200,900,000 38.5%
+ Foreign: $320,500,000 61.5%
= Worldwide: $521,400,000

Spike away! lol!

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Post  webhead2006 on Sun Jul 15, 2012 7:49 pm

Yup its great when every crushes sr box office runs. It just continues to show how bad the film was. And how others fans enjoy more and have stronger bo power/stay.

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Post  thecolorsblend on Sun Jul 15, 2012 10:04 pm

non_amos wrote:Spike away! lol!
I fully intended to. By now, the Apologists have got to be so beat up and demoralized that they're scarcely even a "group" anymore... but I'll still kick them when they're down. Why? Same as with liberals. Because I hate them. Because I'm a mean, cold hearted son of a bitch. THAT'S why.

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Post  webhead2006 on Sun Jul 15, 2012 10:15 pm

Another box office update:
http://superherohype.com/news/articles/171809-the-amazing-spider-man-hits-5214-million-worldwide
The Amazing Spider-Man Hits $521.4 Million Worldwide by SuperHeroHype July 15, 2012 Share this story

Takes in $35 million domestically and $66.6 million overseas

ComingSoon.net has posted the box office estimates for the weekend which show that The Amazing Spider-Man has already earned $521.4 million worldwide:

Sony Pictures' The Amazing Spider-Man earned another $35 million its second weekend, a drop of just 44% in ticket sales. The Marc Webb-directed action adventure, starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Denis Leary, Campbell Scott, Irrfan Khan, Martin Sheen and Sally Field, has reached $200.9 million domestically. Overseas, Spidey added $66.6 million this weekend for an international total of $320.5 million. That puts the worldwide total for the $230 million-budgeted film at $521.4 million.

You can click here to read more of the weekend's results.

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Post  webhead2006 on Tue Aug 28, 2012 6:56 pm

TASM boxoffice update:
http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/Wolvie09/news/?a=66445
BOX OFFICE: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Passes $700M Mark Worldwide

With film being released in China this week,the Marc Webb-directed superhero reboot The Amazing Spider-Man has passed the $700 million mark at the global boxoffice... WolvieCBM - 8/28/2012

A lot can be said about The Amazing Spider-Man. Whether you like it or hate it, it is now the highest-grossing reboot ever (followed by Casino Royale, Batman Begins and Star Trek). The film now stands at $704.8 million globally, and with a release in China this week (where it made $5.46 million opening day), it should pass $760 million when it's all said and done.

The Amazing Spider-Man definitely surprised with its theatrical run. While it won't match any of the previous films, many thought that the film wouldn't get as high as this at the worldwide box office. $700M+ is a great number for any film, especially for a reboot. As of right now, it made $258.3 million domestically, and $446.5 internationally. The sequel is set for May 2, 2014 release.

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Post  non_amos on Tue Aug 28, 2012 7:25 pm

I'm actually glad it's doing so well. I know, I know, it's domestic take ain't a lot greater than it's budget & pales in comparison to the Raimi films but hey, I really enjoyed this film! Even my wife liked it. Maybe it wasn't perfect but it was better than I expected it to be. I had a blast watching it! And I'm sure there's 'plot holes' & what-not but I'm not really nitpicking that stuff. I do wish it had matched the Raimi films even domestically but 700 million ain't something to sneeze at either! And I think a lot of what sold it was the chemistry between Andrew Garfield & Emma Stone. Personally I think Garfield made a decent Peter Parker/Spiderman & I like the take on his aunt & uncle as played by Sally Filed & Martin Sheen. I particularly liked Sheen's take on Uncle Ben. So here's to the sequel & for this film to sell like hotcakes on DVD & Blu-Ray!

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Post  webhead2006 on Tue Aug 28, 2012 8:09 pm

Ya I am also happy its been doing well. Yes had some problems. And all but I still enjoyed it a lot. And really my only beef is knowing stuff was cut. Which would have fixed some of issues and some pacing problems. Can't wait to see where sequel goes.

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Post  thecolorsblend on Wed Aug 29, 2012 3:12 am

Personally, I could give two fucks about the worldwide box office. Some people may call that an American-centric point of view. As a reply, I offer only "guilty as charged. Eat me."

So... meanwhile, the movie has hit $258 million in the US... off of a $230 million budget. And it's been out for eight weeks now. This is why I gave up predicting box office returns in public. Privately, I figured this thing was good for doing at least somewhere in the mid or upper $300's in the US based on the Spider-Man name alone. Then again, I only really comment on this stuff when I'm way off so my track record probably looks a lot worse than it actually is. But anyway, just wanted to balance all this out.

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Post  James Stocks on Wed Aug 29, 2012 4:36 am

The more I look back on it the more mixed I feel about it, and it's only two months old. Still, I am confident a great Spider-Man film can be made now that the origin bullshit has been put aside. I don't think it's a total failure. It's a modest hit but it's no bomb. They have a much better cast than the Raimi films had, so there's that. Give them a better story to work with and perhaps something incredible will come out of it.

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Post  webhead2006 on Sun Sep 02, 2012 7:31 pm

TASM beats tdke in china:
http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/JoshWildingNewsAndReviews/news/?a=66697
BOX OFFICE: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Beats THE DARK KNIGHT RISES In China

With no difference in ticket prices,The Amazing Spider-Man has emerged victorious in China after a week of release, although The Dark Knight Rises once again holds the #1 spot at the international boxoffice. Hit the jump for an update on all of this and more! Josh Wilding - 9/2/2012

As you will have more than likely heard by now, Marvel's The Avengers passed $1.5 billion at the worldwide box office today, while The Dark Knight Rises has finally hit $1 billion. However, it was the latter that battled it out in China this week with The Amazing Spider-Man, but the 3D reboot ended up coming out on top with $33.3 million to The Dark Knight Rises' $28.5 million. However, this extra boost (as well as the fact that it opened in a few other international locations including Italy) has meant that Christopher Nolan's third and final Batman movie is back at #1 at the international box office with an impressive $574 million. The Amazing Spider-Man is #2 with $475.3 million, followed by The Expendables 2, Total Recall, Brave and The Bourne Legacy. Back in North America, the following films have been confirmed as being the Top Five of the Summer.

Top 5 Movies of Summer2012: Avengers $619.5M, DarkKnightRises $431.2M, SpiderMan $259.6M, Brave $231.7M, Ted $216M.

— Gitesh Pandya (@giteshpandya) September 2, 2012

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