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Movie box office news, predictions, and analysis from the world's only true B.O. experts, Pat Stango and Clayton Gumbert.

Pat Stango and Clayton Gumbert


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    Ghostbusters: Afterlife keeps the IP out of the graveyard with $44 Million, plus we make our predictions for Encanto and House of Gucci

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 54:43

    Ghostbusters: Afterlife opened at #1 with $44 Million dollars. What does this say about the health of this IP? And how much of this haul was made up of tickets bought by fanboy parents for unwilling children? The B.O. Boys investigate.   Plus, Encanto is a Disney Animation movie and before the pandemic, that meant something. Does it mean anything now?   And finally, House of Gucci arrives this holiday weekend and the fate of Adult-skewing films hangs in the balance. The Boys predict whether the house will rise or fall.   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Clifford The Big Red Dog Rockets to #2, we Divvy Up The Millions for Venom 2, plus our predictions for Ghostbusters: Afterlife and King Richard

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 69:38

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    Eternals opens soft with $71 Million. Is this the end of the MCU?!? Plus, we make our predictions for Clifford

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 58:59

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    Last Night in SoHo is a No Go at the B.O. and Antlers makes no doe. Plus, we make our predictions for Marvel‘s Eternals!

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 68:47

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    Dune spices up the Box Office with a $40 Million opening, but is enough for a sequel? Plus, we give our predictions for Last Night In Soho and Antlers!

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 55:15

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    Halloween Kills SLAYS at the Box Office, The Last Duel loses and we make our predictions for Dune!

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 58:43

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    Bond underwhelms at #1 and we make our predictions for Halloween Kills and The Last Duel

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 79:55

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    Emergency Ep! Hotel Transylvania 4 finally gets an Amazon release date...and it‘s January 4th, 2022?!?

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 21:55

    The Boys jump on their mics to talk about Amazon and Sony's ridiculous decision to eschew the Halloween season and drop Hotel Transylvania: Transformania in January of next year. https://variety.com/2021/film/news/hotel-transylvania-4-amazon-sony-january-premiere-date-1235081967/ Plus, No Time To Die presales are beating F9 and Venom 2. Does this mean Bond could do $90 Million + this weekend? https://deadline.com/2021/10/no-time-to-die-fandango-presales-record-1234850717/   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Venom: Let There Be Carnage tongues $90 Million at the Box Office, The Many Saints of Newark takes a dirt nap and we make our predictions for Daniel Craig‘s last Bond film, No Time To Die

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 79:50

    This week we talk about Venom: Let There Be Carnage smashing expectations to debut with $90 Million. Is Venom in the same class as Joker?   Plus, The Many Saints of Newark sleeps with the fishes. We explain how this is a movie for exactly no one. Also, what's better Many Saints or The Sopranos: Road To Respect Playthrough?   Then, can Bond bring back the Oldsters with No Time To Die? We make our predictions!   And finally, we start our campaign to bring Jackass Forever back to 2021 with #JackassForeverNOW.   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Dear Evan Hansen falls out of a tree at the Box Office, plus Jeff Bock joins us for our MASSIVE Fall Movie Preview!

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 112:28

    In this special DOUBLE SIZED episode, the Boys welcome Jeff Bock of Exhibitor Relations Co. to talk about Dear Evan Hansen's tepid opening and how variable pricing could be the wave of the future.   Then, we pull out our calendars and tackle all of the upcoming releases in our MASSIVE Fall Movie Preview! This fall is special because it's basically Summer: Part Deux and the Boys and Jeff let you know what will hit and what will miss. So don't you miss this!   Find ERC: On the web at https://www.ercboxoffice.com Listen to the ERCBoxoffice Podcast Follow on Twitter @ERCboxoffice   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Cry Macho is a wet blanket at the Box Office, Christopher Nolan demands a 100 + day theatrical window for his new film at Universal and we predict calamity for Dear Evan Hanson

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 70:32

    This week we dissect what went wrong with Cry Macho at the Box Office. Was this Clint's last stand?   Plus, Christopher Nolan has a bomb movie set up at Universal and he's making crazy demands. We beat this dead horse as only The B.O. Boys can!   Then finally, we make out predictions for Dear Evan Hanson and Courageous (Legacy).   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Malignant is benign at the Box Office, we name our Summer Movie Season Winners & Losers and make our predictions for Clint Eastwood‘s Cry Macho

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 75:18

    This week we tackle the Top Five, tell you who won big at the Summer Box Office and who fell short, and debate whether the oldsters will turn out to see Clint Eastwood's Cry Macho.   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Shang-Chi DESTROYS the Labor Day Weekend Record, Venom 2 moves up 2 weeks and Top Gun: Maverick jets to 2022. Plus, we make our predictions for James Wan‘s Malignant and Queenpins.

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 68:34

    It's a triumphant weekend at the Box Office as Marvel's Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings OBLITERATES the Labor Day Weekend record set 14 years ago by Rob Zombie's Halloween. What does this mean for Marvel, theaters and big movies opening on Labor Day Weekend going forward? The Boys unpack it all! Then, we take Sony to task AGAIN for moving Venom: Let There Be Carnage all over the release calendar, agree with Paramount moving Top Gun: Maverick and MI:7 and puzzle at Jackass Forever getting equal treatment. Finally, we give our predictions for Malignant and Queenpins.   Packed show!   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Candyman makes the Box Office taste good at #1, Jungle Cruise motors to $100 Million domestic and we give our predictions for Shang-Chi

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 69:43

    This week, we unwrap Candyman's sweet $22M #1 bow, Divvy Up The Millions for Jungle Cruise's $100M Domestic haul and discuss whether Shang-Chi and the Legend Of The Ten Rings will energize the historically sleepy Labor Day weekend Box Office.   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Paw Patrol sniffs its way to #2 while The Protégé, The Night House and Reminiscence BOMB! Plus, Free Guy holds strong and we make our predictions for Candyman

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 72:34

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    Free Guy levels up to #1, Venom: Let There Be Carnage moves and we make our predictions for Paw Patrol: The Movie (w/ Brandon Gray of Box Office Revival)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 84:24

    This week we're joined by Brandon Gray creator of Box Office Mojo and founder of the new Clubhouse group Box Office Revival to talk about Free Guy powering up at #1, Don't Breathe 2 gasping for air at #2 and Respect making a respectable debut at #4. What does Free Guy's success mean for it's star Ryan Reynolds?   Plus, Venom: Let There Be Carnage moves to October 15th to go head to head with Halloween Kills. WHY?!? We breakdown Sony's dunderheaded move.    Finally, we look forward to next weekend and FOUR new late August releases (DUMPS): The Night House, Paw Patrol: The Movie, The Protege and Reminiscence. Which will bomb and which will make Baffa Bobo? We make our predix   Join Clubhouse: https://www.joinclubhouse.com   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Scott Mendelson from Forbes joins us to talk about the failure of The Suicide Squad and the future of movies

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 87:09

    This week we welcome a very special guest, legendary Box Office analyst Scott Mendelson of Forbes!   https://www.forbes.com/sites/scottmendelson/   Twitter: @ScottMendelson   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Jungle Cruise motors to #1, The Green Knight gallops to #3, Stillwater settles at #5, ScarJo sues Marvel and we make our predictions for Suicide Squad!

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 74:45

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    Old is the new #1, audiences say "G.I. NO" to Snake Eyes, and we make our predictions for Jungle Cruise, The Green Knight and Stillwater!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 65:45

    This week we plow through the Top 5 (0:49), talk about what Old's modest showing at #1 means for M. Night's career (2:48) and bury G.I. Joe as an IP with the massive failure of Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins (14:00).  Then, The Boys calm the waters by explaining why this crop of Summer movies have disappointed and why theatrical SHOULDN'T FREAK OUT! (27:36) Finally, we look forward to next weekend with predictions for Disney's Jungle Cruise, A24's The Green Knight and Matt Damon's Knoxploitation film Stillwater (40:51)   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Space Jam: A New Legacy SHOCKS the world as Black Widow plummets, plus opening weekend predictions for M. Night's Old and Snake Eyes!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 66:33

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    Black Widow makes $80 Million at the B.O. plus $20M on Disney +, what does this mean for B.O. reporting? Plus, Space Jam: A New Legacy is primed to BOMB next weekend!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 67:08

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    Will Black Widow open to $100 Million next weekend? The Boys give their predictions, plus The Boss Baby: Family Business and The Forever Purge debut at #2 and #3! And F9's second weekend drop!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 52:33

    This week, we plow through the Top 5 (3:00), talk about The F&F franchise's history of + 60% 2nd weekend drops (7:08) strategize how The Boss Baby: Family Business could have better utilized it's Peacock connection (14:01) and (possibly) dig a grave for the Purge Franchise (25:19).   Then we look forward to the biggest opening of the post (ish) pandemic Box Office: Black Widow on July 7th. Does it open to $100 Million Domestic? The Boys weigh in (37:41)!   Weekend Top 5 (July 2 - 4) 1. F9: The Fast Saga $22.8M (-67%) / Wk 2 2. The Boss Baby: Family Business $16M NEW 3. The Forever Purge $12.4 NEW 4. A Quiet Place Part II $4M ( -34%) / Wk 6 5. Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard $3M ( -38%) / Wk 3 9. Zola $1.2M NEW   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    F9 races to #1 with a stellar $70 Million 3-Day! Plus, we look ahead to 4th of July weekend and make predictions for The Boss Baby: Family Business and The Forever Purge

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 82:24

    This week we plow through the Top 5 (1:23), discuss F9's amazing $70 Million opening (4:35) and explain Nobody's huge 3,390% jump this weekend (32:30) Then we talk about films missing out on run-off business (40:19) and give our over-under on F9s 2nd weekend and predictions for The Forever Purge and The Boss Baby: Family Business (43:27).   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard limps to #1, In The Heights hits a new low and we make our predictions for F9!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 93:44

    This week we plow through the Top 5 (1:01), talk about In The Heights dropping a whopping 63% to land at #6 (2:52), discuss Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard's soft #1 opening (11:58), and celebrate Godzilla vs. Kong finally getting over the $100 Million Dollar hump at the Domestic Box Office (28:18) Then, in our most contentious segment EVER, The Boys clash as they attempt to divvy up A Quiet Place Part II's $125 Million haul. Who gets more, Blunt or Krasinski? Do the Sound Ghouls get the bulk? Will Cillian Murphy see a red (eye) cent? (32:27) Switching gears, we ponder Disney's reasoning for keeping Pixar's Luca completely out of theaters during a wide open Father's Day Weekend (48:16) and Pat has an exciting theory about why Hotel Transylvania: Transformania is moving to October (59:33) Finally, we make our predictions for one of the latest film in The Fast And The Furious franchise, F9! (1:08:14)   The-Numbers Weekend Top 5 (June 19 - 21) 1. Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard $11.3M NEW 2. A Quiet Place Part II $9M (-24%)/ Wk 4 3. Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway $6M (-40%)/ Wk 2 4. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It $5M (-52%)/ Wk 3 5. Cruella $4.8M (-28%)/ Wk 4 6. In The Heights $4.2M (-63%)/ Wk 2   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    In The Heights MASSIVELY underperforms, opening at #2! Quiet Place Part II becomes the first post-pandemic film to go over $100 Million, and we make our predictions for Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 97:33

    This week, The Boys plow through the Top 5 and do a postmortem on In The Heights' disappointing #2 finish at the Box Office. We cover every base to figure out how this film's prospects went from Baffa to nada over the weekend (10:52) Then we look at Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway underperforming and how its meta movie poster backfired (54:40) We venture outside the Top 5 to discuss The House Next Door: Meet The Blacks 2's strong debut in 420 theaters and Quiet Place Part II beating out Godzilla vs Kong to be the first post-pandemic movie to reach $100 Million Dollars domestic (1:02:58) Finally, we give our predictions for Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard, opening June 16th (1:13:37)   The-Numbers Weekend Top 5 (June 11 - 13) 1. A Quiet Place Part II $12M (-38%)/ Wk 3 2. In The Heights $11.5M NEW 3. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It $10.3M (-57%)/ Wk 2 4. Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway $10.1M NEW 5. Cruella $6.7M (-39%)/ Wk 3   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It horns its way into the #1 spot, MoviePass's fraudulent behavior was worse than we thought, and our predictions for In The Heights and Peter Rabbit 2!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 90:09

    This week, The Boys plow through the Top 5 and discuss how The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It was able to dethrone A Quiet Place Part II at the top of the Box Office, whether or not Godzilla vs Kong will beat AQPPII to $100 Million, and why Cruella's B.O. is not indicative of its overall success (2:00).  Then we come to grips with the Federal Trade Commission's reports of fraudulent behavior committed by MoviePass and its onetime CEO Mitch Lowe's. This one is personal, so The Boys make a call to action: https://mashable.com/article/moviepass-scam-ftc-complaint/ (34:20). We switch gears to tackle The New York Times BELATED attempts to get into the Box Office reporting game: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/04/opinion/movie-theaters-box-office.html (52:13). And finally, we make our predictions for In The Heights and Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway, both opening June 11th (1:06:24)   The-Numbers Weekend Top 5 (June 4 - 6) 1. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It $24M NEW 2. A Quiet Place Part II $19.5 (-59%)/ Wk 2 3. Cruella $11M (-49%)/ Wk 2 4. Spirit Untamed $6.2M NEW 5. Raya and the Last Dragon $1.2M (-45%)/ Wk 14   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    A Quiet Place Part II and Cruella SMASH B.O. expectations! Plus, predictions for The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It and Spirit Untamed. BOX OFFICE IS BACK!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 83:40


    This week, we plow through the Top 5 and celebrate Quiet Place Part II opening at #1 with a $57 Million 4-Day and Cruella strutting its way to #2 with a $27 Million 4-day. We evaluate the numbers from every angle and discuss what this massive success means for John Krasinski, Emily Blunt and Emma Stone (3:47). Then, we look ahead to next weekend and ponder whether The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It will scare up enough business to halt the franchises' sliding numbers at the Box Office and will Spirit Untamed soar or be broken (51:10). Finally, we pry open the mailbag to investigate the curious case of the Sylvester Stallone superhero flick Samaritan's June 4th release date.(1:14:44).   Deadline's Top 5 4-Day (May 28 - 31) 1. A Quiet Place Part II $57M/ Wk 1 2. Cruella $26.5M/ Wk 1 3. Spiral $2.9M | Total: $20.4M/ Wk 3  4. Wrath of Man $2.75 | Total: $22.76M/ Wk 4 5. Raya and the Last Dragon $2.57M | Total: $51.4M/ Wk 13   The-Numbers Weekend 3-Day Top 5 (May 28 - 30) 1. A Quiet Place Part II $47.5M/ Wk 1 2. Cruella $21.4M/ Wk 1 3. Raya and the Last Dragon $2.34M (+41%)/ Wk 13 4. Spiral $2.2M (-52%)/ Wk 3 5. Wrath of Man $2.17M (-27%)/ Wk 4    E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com


    Weekend of May 21 - 23: Can Godzilla vs. Kong get to $100 Million? Is Amazon buying MGM (James Bond)? Boss Baby day and date on Peacock, and our predictions for Cruella and A Quiet Place Part II!

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 79:39

    This week we plow through the Top 5 (1:12), brainstorm ideas for how Godzilla vs. Kong can get to $100 Million domestic (6:58), place bets on when the next Saw film will be released after Spiral's disappointing B.O. (22:51), give Governor Cuomo the business AGAIN over his capacity restrictions (30:33), discuss Boss Baby: Family Business going day-and-date on Peacock July 2nd (45:40), yawn over Amazon's possible acquisition of MGM (1:00:25) and give our predictions for Cruella and A Quiet Place Part II in what's shaping up to be a huge Memorial Day weekend at the Box Office (1:07:48).   E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Weekend of May 14 - 16: Spiral disappoints at #1, plus our MASSIVE Summer Movie Preview (w/Jeff Bock)

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 131:51

    This week we welcome Jeff Bock from Exhibitor Relations Co. to (reverse) blow through the Top 5 (2:50) and explain why Spiral, Those Who Wish Me Dead and Army of The Dead underperformed (5:20).    Then, we jump into our sprawling Summer Movie Preview where we pick what will tank, what will make bank and what will surprise you from your flank! (44:15).   Finally, we speculate on the developing Discovery/Warner Bros. merger and what it means for streamo content going forward (2:01:00).   This episode is like an old school, triple sized Entertainment Weekly Summer Preview issue for your ears!    Find ERC: On the web at https://www.ercboxoffice.com Listen to the ERCBoxoffice Podcast Follow on Twitter @ERCboxoffice   E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Weekend of May 7 - 9: Jason Statham's Wrath of Man opens at #1 and we look ahead to Spiral: From The Book of Saw!

    Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 85:32

    This week The Boys plow through the Top 5 (0:57) discuss Jason Statham taking over at #1 with Wrath of Man (10:00) break down how many theaters are actually open in North America right now and if Canadians will cross the border to see big new releases (17:00) track Statham’s B.O. history (25:30) and look ahead to next weekend to make our predictions for Spiral: From the Book of Saw, Those Who Wish Me Dead and Profile (35:30)   Plus, Clayton fights a woodpecker.   E-mail: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Weekend of April 30 - May 2: Demon Slayer overtakes Mortal Kombat at #1, but they both plummet over 70%. Should theatrical be worried?

    Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 75:08

    This week, the Boys plow through the Top 5 (1:18) talk Mortal Kombat and Demon Slayer’s MASSIVE 70%+ drops (3:20) explain why Goodfellas should be in NYC theaters in perpetuity (22:35) applaud the horror hounds for sniffing out a stinker with Separation (25:43) tell Governor Cuomo to Cut The Sh@t with his nonsensical No Capacity Restrictions but still Six Feet Apart edict (35:11) and try to make sense of LA’s proposed sectioning off of Vaxxed and Non-Vaxxed theater patrons (57:04).   E-mail: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Interview: Travis Irvine (Writer/Director of Killer Raccoons 2: Dark Christmas In The Dark)

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2021 39:37

    There wasn't much to laugh about in the Summer of 2020, but then a movie swooped in to fill that mirthless void. And that movie was Killer Raccoons 2: Dark Christmas In The Dark. For a few weeks in July and August, KR2:DCD was the #1 Comedy Film in America.  In this very special interview, The Boys sit down with Travis Irvine, the brains behind the scrappy indie powerhouse that took over theaters when we needed it most. We talk to Travis about the origins of the Killer Raccoons IP, working with unsavory creatures (Ron Jeremy) and what he has in store for the third (and final!) installment of the Killer Raccoons Trilogy. (Spoiler: The B.O. Boys will die in it!) Travis is proof positive that the scrappy indie sensibility is alive and well in American Cinema and it can lead to Box Office Success.   LISTEN AND BE INSPIRED!!!   Watch Killer Raccoons! 2! Dark Christmas In The Dark! Prime Video AppleTV Youtube Google Play Vudu   Watch Travis talk about KR2:DCD on WKYC In Cleveland   Follow Travis  Twitter @TravisIrvineUSA Instagram @travisirvineusa   E-mail: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Weekend of April 23 - 25: Mortal Kombat and Demon Slayer EVISCERATE the competition at the Box Office, plus Oscar reactions!

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2021 86:29

    (Note: Between the recording and posting of this episode, Mortal Kombat's weekend total has moved up to $23.3 Million and Demon Slayer's has moved to $21.1 Million) Mortal Kombat and Demon Slayer battled it out at the Box Office with Mortal Kombat prevailing with $23.3 million. But Demon Slayer wasn't far behind at $21.1 million, and in almost HALF the number of theaters! We break down the demos for each, talk about how anime movies over-index and praise the demo who earned Mortal Kombat the fatality over Demon Slayer this weekend. (Hint: It's not who you think!) Oscar, Oscar, Oscar... who won? We talk about the reasons this Oscar telecast is bound to be the lowest rated ever and theorize how much each Best Picture Nominee would have made at the Box Office in a non-pandemic year.    E-mail: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

    Weekend of April 16 - 18: The Boys talk to Box Office Mojo founder Brandon Gray!

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 97:50

    The Boys are honored to have OG B.O. Boy and founder of Box Office Mojo, Brandon Gray on the show to talk about the weekend Top 5, the origins of his site, what happened to it post IMDb, how he never worked for Exhibitor Relations Co., the future of theatrical and why Netflix and other platforms should #ReleaseTheNumbers already!  Plus, we give our weekend predictions for Mortal Kombat, opening April 23rd!   DO NOT MISS IT!   E-mail: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com Donate: https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest

    Weekend of April 9 -11: Kong triumphs again, Cruise moves and a B.O. Boy goes to the the theater

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2021 64:52

    Godzilla vs. Kong is king again, Nobody has a great hold and Voyager tanks.    Also, Top Gun 2 and Mission Impossible move, but it's Peter Rabbit 2: Runaway that's hopped around the calendar the most. We follow the bunny tracks.   Plus, Pat goes to the movies! We talk about his first theater visit in over a year, and we go deep on the theater cleaning process.   MISS IT AT YOUR OWN RISK   E-mail: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com Donate: https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest

    Weekend of April 2 - 4: Godzilla vs. Kong CRUSHES industry tracking with a $48.5 Million 5-Day!

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 63:25

    WOW!   Godzilla vs. Kong outdid all industry tracking to grab $48.5 in the 5-Day and $32.2 over the weekend. The Boys talk about what this means for theatrical, how did the HBOMax Day and Date availability affect the B.O. and who is the bigger star, Godzilla or Kong?   Plus, we divvy up the $48.5 Million dollar opening. How much does Kong get? What about Godzilla? Does Millie Bobbie Brown get her beak wet? Find out! Also, The Unholy shocks Nobody to debut at #2. Is this a miracle, or the work of the devil? Then, we look forward to next weekend. Will G v. K have a strong hold? Can Nobody rebound from slipping to #3? Will Voyagers make a dent?   B.O. IS BACK, BAY-BEEEE!   E-mail: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com Donate: https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest

    Weekend of March 26 - 28: Nobody rakes in $6.8 Million to debut at #1. Plus, will Godzilla vs. Kong gobble up monster B.O. this weekend?

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 82:18


    The Bob Odenkirk action film Nobody opened at #1 with $6.8 Million. Is Bobby O the most unlikely action star ever?    Godzilla v. Kong opens Wednesday (March 31st). Tracking says $20 - $30 Million 5-day, but what do THE BOYS have to say?    LISTEN AND LEARN!   E-mail: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com Donate: https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest


    Weekend of March 19 - 21: LA Opens up, Raya drops only 10% to stay at #1 and Black Widow and Cruella go day and date in theaters and Disney+ PVOD!

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2021 89:05


    LA theaters reopened this weekend, netting $1.55 Million and buoying the Top 5. The Boys run down what dropped the least.   Plus, Black Widow moves to July 9 and Cruella stays put, but they're both getting a day and date release in theaters and Disney + PVOD. On top of that, Pixar's Luca shifts exclusively to Disney + on Father's Day Weekend. What does this mean for Disney's relationship with theatrical? Plus we cover moves by Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Free Guy, Peter Rabbit 2 and more.   And finally, The Boys give their predictions on what the Bob Odenkirk action flick Nobody opens at this weekend. Will Bobby O become a late blooming star?   E-mail: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com Donate: https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest


    Weekend of March 12 - 14: Raya is still #1, but will The Snyder Cut slice into next weekends B.O.? Plus, Oscar Nominations!

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 51:45

    The Top 5 stay put as Raya hangs onto #1. But will it lose its claw hold next weekend?   The Snyder Cut drops on HBOMax on Thursday, what will this do to next weekend's Box Office? We break it down and explain how Tom & Jerry can benefit.   The Oscar Nominations are out. Which films will see a Box Office Bump and which "stars" will see their stocks rise?   theboboyspodcast@gmail.com Donate: https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest

    Weekend of March 5 - 7: Raya And The Last Dragon underperforms at #1 and Chaos Walking stumbles, plus F9 and A Quiet Place II move

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2021 61:21

    We need to talk about Raya. After Tom & Jerry's big opening last weekend, Raya The Last Dragon pockets a measly $8.6M to snag #1. Why did it see less green than expected? We break it down.   Plus, Chaos Walking fell flat at #3. What does this do for Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley's B.O. potential moving forward?   And F9 zooms back to June 25th. We tell you why it's a GOOD sign for theatrical.   BOOGIE DOWN, B.O. STYLE!   theboboyspodcast@gmail.com Donate: https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest

    Weekend of Feb. 26 - 28: TOM & JERRY chases down $14.1 Million to top the weekend Box Office!

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2021 64:56

    WOW! No one predicted this! TOM & JERRY chases down $14.1 Million at the B.O. this weekend, coming very close to WONDER WOMAN 1984's $16.4 Million Christmas bow. What does this mean for this dusty (or so we thought!) IP and WARNER BROS HBOMax day and date experiment?   Plus, we look towards next weekend, when RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON and CHAOS WALKING open wide with NYC THEATERS entering the mix.   BOX OFFICE IS BACK, BABY!   theboboyspodcast@gmail.com Donate: https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest  

    Weekend of Feb. 19 - 21: THE CROODS are back at #1, NYC Theaters open MARCH 5th and are TOM & JERRY a DEAD IP?

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 72:11

    THE CROODS: A NEW AGE is back at #1 for the second straight week. Will it outgross TENET domestically?   Plus, which one is TOM and which one is JERRY? Kids don't know and, more importantly, DON'T CARE! We predict how this new TOM & JERRY film will fare in theaters this weekend and whether it will outgross 1993's MIRAMAX TOM & JERRY movie.   And NEW YORK CITY theaters are set to open MARCH 5th. How will this affect the movies already in theaters and the ones coming out?   EACH EPISODE IS A NEW PEAK!   theboboyspodcast@gmail.com Donate: https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest  

    THE WAR WITH GRANDPA reaches $20 MILLION DOMESTIC! We celebrate with an ALL-STAR TRIBUTE!

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2021 85:03

    It happened! The little movie that could, DID! After 19 weeks in theaters THE WAR WITH GRANDPA made $20M domestic. In this very special, STAR PACKED episode, we celebrate DeNiro, divvy up the millions and most importantly, APPLAUD! theboboyspodcast@gmail.comDonate:https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest 

    Weekend of Feb. 5 - 7: Denzel repeats at #1! Plus, The Boys cover all the big Super Bowl trailers and discuss Paramount +

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 80:10

    Denzel wins the slow Super Bowl B.O. Weekend, but what movie trailer won the actual Super Bowl? And did the new F9 teaser reveal that it may be on the move? Plus, Paramount +, can it compete with the other pluses? We discuss! CLIMB THE MOUNTAIN WITH US! E-mail us:theboboyspodcast@gmail.comDonate:https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest    

    Weekend of Jan. 29 - 31: DENZEL reasserts himself as the big dog at the B.O. scoring a big #1 weekend for THE LITTLE THINGS! Plus, GOLDEN GLOBES!

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2021 73:26

    DENZEL WASHINGTON tells LIAM NEESON to sit the F down as THE LITTLE THINGS hits #1 with $4.8M. But is all that money because of Denzel? We divvy it up! Plus, GOLDEN GLOBES! How well these nomnomnoms affect B.O.?  E-mail us:theboboyspodcast@gmail.comDonate:https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest

    Weekend of Jan. 22 - 24: BOND moves again, pushing more blockbusters deeper into 2021 and 2022! Plus, what's the deal with AMC STOCK?

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2021 69:38

    More major blockbusters move deeper into 2021 and 2022. We tell you what moved where! AMC's stock skyrocketed, then fell back down to Earth. Wha- happened? We explain. Also, what to make of those articles touting WONDER WOMAN 1984's success for HBOMax? WE TELL YOU WHAT TO MAKE OF IT! E-mail us:theboboyspodcast@gmail.comDonate:https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest

    Weekend of Jan. 15 - 17: LIAM NEESON is #1 (again) at the Pandemic Box Office with THE MARKSMAN, how does it stack up against HONEST THIEF?

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2021 61:43

    Liam Neeson hits the mark again at the Pandemic Box Office, will anyone match his COVID Era output? Plus, Godzilla vs. Kong moves UP to March. Is this WARNER BROS. saying F-you?  And The Many Saints of Newark, The Sopranos prequel film, moves to the Fall. Is David Chase chasing Oscar? Or should he just 'fugetaboutit"? E-mail us:theboboyspodcast@gmail.comDonate:https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest

    Weekend of Dec. 8 - 10: WONDER WOMAN 1984 makes a (fake?) $3M in its 3rd Weekend and The Boys look at some blockbusters that might get pushed further into 2021!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2021 75:10

    WONDER WOMAN 1984 made an even $3M this weekend. Really? The Boys smell a rat! Sniff along with us. Plus, MORBIUS has already moved and it looks like it'll have company soon. When can we expect the next crop of BLOCKBUSTER to hit theaters?  And, WARNER BROS. is settling left and right over the fallout of their 2021 Day And Date HBOMax release strategy. Who's getting RICH??? E-mail us:theboboyspodcast@gmail.comDonate:https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest

    Weekend of Jan. 1 - 3: Jeff Bock and Karie Bible from Exhibitors Relations Co. join The Boys to talk about WONDER WOMAN 1984's 2nd Weekend plummet and to make PREDICTIONS for 2021!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2021 90:22

    The Boys are joined by Jeff Bock and Karie Bible from Exhibitors Relations Co. (ERC) to talk about WONDER WOMAN 1984's less than wonderful 2nd weekend, a surprise (and probably FRAUDULENT) $3M haul for SONIC THE HEDGEHOG  and why Kids Love Croods. Then we put on our prognostication hats and serve up some HOT PREDICTIONS for 2021! MISS THIS ONE AND BE SORRY! Find ERC:On the web at https://www.ercboxoffice.comListen to the ERCBoxoffice PodcastFollow on Twitter @ERCboxofficeFollow Karie on Instagram @cemeterytourguide E-mail us:theboboyspodcast@gmail.comDonate:https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest 

    Weekend of Dec. 25 - 27: Wonder WONDER WOMAN 1984 opens big! PLUS, our WINNERS & LOSERS of 2020!

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2020 92:54

    Wonder Woman 1984 open at $16M +, but did WARNER BROS. leave money on the table? PLUS, we run down THE TOP 10 DOMESTIC EARNERS OF 2020 AND The BOYS reveal THE WINNERS & LOSERS 2020 THIS IS A MUST LISTEN! E-mail us:theboboyspodcast@gmail.comDonate:https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest

    B.O. Boys Book 2 Screen Vol.1: The War With Grandpa

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2020 57:57

    In the first edition of B.O. Boys Book 2 Screen series, we review Robert DeNiro's Pandemic Era hit THE WAR WITH GRANDPA and talk about the differences between the film and the book. E-mail us:theboboyspodcast@gmail.comDonate:https://www.patreon.com/jakefogelnest

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