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OW: $171k in 12 theaters. Second weekend, 55% drop. In top 5 of 2024 already. With strong holds overseas, 20th Century Studios/Disney’s Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes added $40.6M from 52 material international box office markets in the sophomore session. The offshore cume is now $136.3M for $237.5M global. SUNDAY AM: Saturdays were good to IF lifting the pic to a now $34M opening after a $13.6M Saturday, up 32% against $10.3M Friday and previews. Adding new TV spots from Star Wars channel. SATURDAY AM: IF is looking at $30.5M opening this weekend after a $10M Friday + previews, at 4,041 theaters and while that might scream lower than expected on the surface since it’s below its $40M projections, triple note, it’s a PG-rated live-action film. There’s a reason why they haven’t been greenlit in a while, and let’s not slam Paramount and John Krasinsksi for swinging for the fences on original content. Here’s the upside: with an A CinemaScore, this family movie is bound to leg out and fill a niche in the summer despite 50% Rotten reviews. That’s just what family movies do. Rotten Tomatoes audience score is 85% fresh. John Krasinski’s imaginary friend feature IF made $1.75 million in Thursday night previews that began at 4 p.m. It’s been awhile since we had a live-action PG-rated feature, so comps are tough. The outlook heading into the weekend is $40M. The top opening for an original live-action PG film was Hop at $37.5M in 2011. Not a rating! Stupid "thumbs up" %. Metascore 44: Cult Classic! You know the reviewer is a pretentious hack when you read: For me this is a passion project without passion: a bloated, boring and bafflingly shallow film, full of high-school-valedictorian verities about humanity’s future. It’s simultaneously hyperactive and lifeless, lumbered with some terrible acting and uninteresting, inexpensive-looking VFX work which achieves neither the texture of analogue reality nor a fully radical, digital reinvention of existence. You think this is Hollywood? LDS Motion Picture Studio, Goshen, Utah! View all replies >