Box Office Predictions: November 19-21

This week marks the release of arguably the most anticipated film of this year, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1. To see not where it will end up, but how much it will make as well where everything else will land, click read more.

Andy’s Take

 

This weekend brings us two releases, but only one that will make a massive impact on the box office.  These two films are The Next Three Days starring Russell Crowe and the first part of the conclusion to the worldwide phenomenon, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Part 1.  There is no doubt that Harry Potter will take the top spot this weekend.  The film has been anticipated for some time and its release will undoubtedly bring in a massive amount of people this weekend.  It is also safe to say it will break records due to the hype surrounding it as well as the midnight showings that are selling out fast.  You almost feel bad for The Next Three Days because it honestly doesn’t have a shot to find a legitimate demographic while going up against Harry Potter.  However, it also hasn’t had a very good marketing campaign either so it only has itself to blame for a weak first weekend.  My predictions are (new films in Bold):

 

1)      Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1- $105 Million

2)      Unstoppable- $15.4 Million

3)      Megamind- $13.7 Million

4)      The Next Three Days- $12.3 Million

5)      Due Date- $8.5 Million

6)      Morning Glory- $5.8 Million

7)      Skyline- $4.6 Million

8)      For Colored Girls- $3.4 Million

9)      RED- $2.8 Million

10)  Paranormal Activity 2- $1.5 Million

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