BOX OFFICE PREDICTIONS: Can ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’ Break $100 Million This Weekend?

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BOX OFFICE PREDICTIONS: Can ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’ Break $100 Million This Weekend?

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE:

3
$19.5 millionFrozen
93%
Users
127 reviews
84%
Tomatoes
13 reviews
5
$2.6 millionOut of the Furnace
70%
Users
20 reviews
53%
Tomatoes
32 reviews
6
$2.5 millionThor: The Dark World
94%
Users
107 reviews
65%
Tomatoes
4 reviews
7
$2 millionDelivery Man
82%
Users
22 reviews
39%
Tomatoes
1 reviews
8
$1.7 millionHomefront
79%
Users
19 reviews
35%
Tomatoes
14 reviews
9
$1.5 millionThe Book Thief
84%
Users
6 reviews
48%
Tomatoes
38 reviews
10
Philomena
86%
Users
7 reviews
93%
Tomatoes
23 reviews

Sources: Brian Gallagher

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  • brady1138 • 1 year ago

    Very disappointed with The Hobbit Part 2. Lots of over-the-top soulless CGI action and very little character development. Bilbo gets lost in the shuffle. A really contrived "love" story. Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey are some of my favorite movies ever, but this just lacks what made those so special.

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    • bawnian-dexeus • 1 year ago

      Possible.

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      • thedude1 • 1 year ago

        Finally went to see Hunger Games Catching Fire today, and I was disappointed. Haven't even watched the first Hobbit yet, but plan to in the coming week so I can watch this new film before it leaves theaters. 100 million seems very possible this weekend though.

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        • undeadslayer4 • 1 year ago

          wtf

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          • Rexorthedestroyer • 1 year ago

            Yes.

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