The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies ($376,941,968)

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Post by WyldeMan on Sat 13 Dec 2014 - 15:44



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Post by WyldeMan on Mon 15 Dec 2014 - 10:16

‘Hobbit’ Rings Up $117.6M Debut
Bilbo, Thorin, Legolas, some really nasty Orcs, and the rest of the Middle-earth crew charged ahead with a $117.6M international rollout this weekend. The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies stormed into 37 markets and outperformed the previous two installments in Peter Jackson’s trilogy on a local currency and admissions basis. Records were set, notably for a December IMAX opening with $6.4M. Continuing a trend, Germany was the biggest play with $19.5M — that market ended up being tops for The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug last year with $88.7M. Also notable was the UK debut where Five Armies came out even with Jackson’s Oscar-winning finale to The Lord Of The Rings franchise, The Return Of The King. The presumed last trip to Middle-earth for Jackson, the well-reviewed Five Armies could be on its way to a $1B worldwide take. The enduring popularity of JRR Tolkien’s work and fans of Jackson’s earlier movies should certainly provide legs as each has grown on the one prior, but with box office lagging domestically in 2014, it may fall to China on January 23 to help push Five Armies over the mark. That was HDOS’ 2nd biggest ex-U.S. market with $83.2M, and a jump wouldn’t be out of the question. In openings next week, Five Armies sets up camp in Italy, Spain and Korea among the key markets.
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Post by detective392 on Mon 15 Dec 2014 - 12:24

The extended edition is supposed to be about 30 mins longer than the theatrical cut. Not sure if I'll just wait until the extended edition BD or cave and buy the regular one that will mostly come out March/April.
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Post by Rusty Cunt on Mon 15 Dec 2014 - 14:27

More Hobbit movies? Do they still do nothing but walk?

Haven't seen anything since ROTK.
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Post by WyldeMan on Mon 15 Dec 2014 - 14:29

@Rusty Cunt wrote:More Hobbit movies? Do they still do nothing but walk?

Haven't seen anything since ROTK.

It's finally here, the end..........this is the last of the Hobbitsis movies.

I'm assuming they still only walk but it's cause I'm not interested enough to even watch the trailers that I post.
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Post by Rusty Cunt on Mon 15 Dec 2014 - 14:43

@WyldeMan wrote:

It's finally here, the end..........this is the last of the Hobbitsis movies.

I'm assuming they still only walk but it's cause I'm not interested enough to even watch the trailers that I post.

Same. I think I watched a trailer for the first one, but that's as far as my interest would take me.
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