Saturday update: Disney updates today that Marvel Studios Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 earned $48.2 million domestically on Friday, including Thursday’s $17.5 million preview.
The worldwide total stands at $120 million so far, including $71.5 million internationally.
For the weekend in North America, these results are consistent with prior analysis and expectations described below. Flight. 3the first full day of takes 4 percent more registers than Quantumania ($46.4 million), showing the first signs that the Guardians the trilogy capper will in fact be less frontal.
The studio is expecting a weekend of around $110 million, which is on the low end of previous trajectories detailed here earlier. Models outside of the studio continue to indicate that a $115-120 million weekend is more likely at this point.
Major international markets include Korea ($7 million), China ($6.9 million), United Kingdom ($6.7 million), Mexico ($6.1 million), France ($3.9 million), Japan ($3.4 million), Germany ($3.3 million), Australia ($2.8 million). ), Italy ($2.4 million), Brazil ($2.3 million), Indonesia ($2.1 million) and Spain ($1.6 million) with 23 million dollars combined from the rest of the 52 total markets in play.
Friday report: Disney reports this morning that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 earned $17.5 million from national previews beginning at 3 p.m. Thursday.
This figure is 40 percent behind Thor: Love and Thunder ($29 million), equal to Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania ($17.5 million) and 3% advance on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 ($17.0 million), this sequel’s most relevant analogues within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
By reaching love and thunderwas never planned (this sequel opened in mid-summer last year when schools were closed), Thursday’s figure falls within the expected $16 million to $18 million range shown in the final predictions.
That said, Guardians remains supportive of walk-in business throughout the weekend for the reasons stated in the analysis linked above. Audience scores for Early Rotten Tomatoes are very positive at 96% Friday morning, which could also help with internal multipliers this weekend.
Early weekend estimates at this point remain around $115 million per Wednesday forecast, with a range of $105 million to $125 million.
Globally, the film opened in 27 other markets on Thursday, giving it 47 in total. The two-day accumulation is $35 million internationally. United Kingdom ($3.6 million), Mexico ($3.2 million), Korea ($2.9 million), France ($2.5 million), Germany ($1.7 million ), Australia ($1.6 million), Italy ($1.5 million), Indonesia ($1.4 million) and Brazil ($1.3 million) lead the pack.
More updates as important news arrives.
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